“Tell a lie and find a truth.” – the Slavemaster Way

This article is primarily a short briefing about John Dee’s protege’ Francis Bacon and his role in forwarding the use of covertexts – where the entire subject is a code.

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“Tell a lie and find a truth.”

– the Slavemaster Way

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By Virginia McClaughry

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And experience showeth there are few men so true to themselves and so settled but that, sometimes upon heat, sometimes upon bravery, sometimes upon kindness, sometimes upon trouble of mind and weakness, they open themselves; specially if they be put to it with a counter-dissimulation, according to the proverb of Spain –

Di mentira, y sacar as verdad:

“Tell a lie and find a truth.”

~ Francis Bacon, student of Dr. Dee ~

The Advancement of Learning
originally published 1605, resurrected in 1893

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Introduction

Francis Bacon, student of Dr. Dee, tells us that the first lie, the first tale, will be prejudicially treated – meaning the person will believe it.

He’s telling us about the slavemaster way.

Even this far back, however, he knew what the Achilles Heel of that was. Getting caught.

pinocchio liar

Primus in sua causa justus: sed venit altera pars, et inquiret in eum.

Here is observed, that in all causes the first tale possesseth much; in sort, that the prejudice thereby wrought will be hardly removed, except some abuse or falsity in the information be detected.

Be detected…and therein lies the rub.

Falsity.

Their stock-in-trade.

Bacon also tells us the best way to spy on someone –

As for the knowing of men which is at second hand from reports:

  • men’s weaknesses and faults are best known from their enemies,
  • their virtues and abilities from their friends,
  • their customs and times from their servants,
  • their conceits and opinions from their familiar friends, with whom they discourse most.

General fame is light, and the opinions conceived by superiors or equals are deceitful; for to such men are more masked: Verior fama e domesticis emanat.

 

Interesting. Especially coming from a died-in-the-wool slavemaster.

Well, considering the revelation that one of their tactics is to lie to get someone to tell them the truth – one wonders why they cannot get the truth any other way. Thou who doth enslaveth doth not a trustworthy friend maketh….

Perhaps it has something to do with the hatred humanity has in its bones for these men and women.

After all, if it is your intent to make slaves out of most of humanity…you might have bothered to consider the ramifications. Always known, always hated, and more importantly?

Never forgiven.

Never forgotten.

Perpetually alone; doomed to an eternity of lies.

cold existence image 08-Eternity by Mikko Lagerstedt

Eternity is not so long…

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Unless you spend it arm-wrestling yourself, and then it can be a really long time. So perhaps maybe…

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Tell a lie and find a truth.

is not really the best way of doing things.

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The Slavemaster Way

 

It was under Catholic Pope Eugene IV, that the European slave-trading of Africans began with “fees” enriching the Catholic Church, utilizing the Portugeuse as the slave-traders.

capturing african slaves

It was in 1441 that the Portuguese captains Antão Gonçalves and Nuno Tristão captured 12 Africans in Cabo Branco (modern Mauritania) and take them to Portugal as slaves.

By 1444, the Portugeuse had formed a company for human-trafficking of all the enslaved Africans. The company was founded by Lançarote de Freitas, a tax-collector from the Portuguese town of Lagos. On 8 August he landed 235 kidnapped and enslaved Africans in Lagos, this was the first large group of African slaves brought to Europe.

Pope Eugene became ill from sexual diseases, and as he lay dying he nominated Cardinal Piccolomini (Nicholas V real name) as his successor. In March 1447 he was elected Pope.

Pope Nicholas V was deeply involved in searching for “ancient” knowledge of black arts – which in modern terms means he was looking to try and give himself “super powers” – and he was also looking for new and unusual ways of torturing “non-believers” and enemies. Worse, this was the man who actually legalized the enslavement of African “infidels” with profits going to the Catholic Church. He issued “Dum Diversas” (18 June 1452) authorizing King Alfonso V of Portugal to “attack, conquer, and subjugate Saracens, pagans and other enemies of Christ wherever they may be found.

 

What this means is –

ANY non-Christians were now reduced to the status of slaves.

 

The Pope then proceeded to enrich himself and the treasury of the Church through this sanctioning of slavery, by the creation of the ‘sugar-slave complex’. Sugar is first planted in the Portuguese island of Madeira and, for the first time, African slaves are now forced to work. They were taken to these plantations on a work-or-die mandate.

Romanus Pontifex, issued on January 8, 1455, then sanctioned the purchase of black slaves from “the infidel”.

His excuse?

“… many Guineamen and other negroes, taken by force, and some by barter of unprohibited articles, or by other lawful contract of purchase, have been … converted to the Catholic faith, and it is hoped, by the help of divine mercy, that if such progress be continued with them, either those peoples will be converted to the faith or at least the souls of many of them will be gained for Christ.”

It most certainly was not “Christ” he was looking to “gain” those poor slaves for, nor did he give a fig for their “souls”.

It was power and money, plain and simple, that he was after. He was trying to shore up that faction of the Nesilim – the Catholics – and their insane world-domination plans.

It was also under Nicholas V, in 1452, that his Dominican Inquisitor Nicholas Jacquier “confirms” witchcraft as heresy in Flail Against the Heresy of Witchcraft thereby justifying European witchhunts. This began the burning of over 200,000 people over the next two hundred years – mostly women – on the charge of Witchcraft.

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Slavery and burning witches began with this guy, he was the real thing – a slavemaster.

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Pope nicholas V by Peter_Paul_Rubens in 1616 Nesilim nose – See book The Reckoning, Chapter 2

 

The first African slaves arrived in Spain (Hispaniola) in 1501. By 1518, King Charles I of Spain approved the shipping of slaves directly from Africa as a trade.

Human slavery, despite all the flowery protestations of “humanism”, was the cornerstone of the fledgling British Empire. That term itself, British Empire, having been coined by slavemaster agent Dr. John Dee.

The first rumblings of what we call the Rise of the Slavemasters, had begun with Henry the VIII, Queen Elizabeth’s father. His was the House of Tudor, whom many considered had no rightful claim to the throne. Rightful, meaning as approved the Catholic Church, in other words. Henry accomplished many things during his reign, not the least was the breaking of the stranglehold that the Nesilim – the Holy Roman Empire – were exerting over what was termed “the world” – which was really just a small, obscure part of it. A few islands and some land on the continent.

The English, or “britons” all had their roots in the same race – a race which today we call “German”.

The English are the descendants of three Germanic tribes:

  • the Angles, who came from Angeln (in modern Germany): their whole nation emigrated to Britain, leaving their former land empty.
  • the Saxons, from Lower Saxony and
  • the Jutes, from the Jutland peninsula (Danish).

They, in turn, had been part of an emigration of the Nesilim, when they left their homeland of Nesa (modern Turkey), and settled first in Constantinople and then spreading to what is now Germany.

Their priests were what you know today as “the jews” and “the catholics”.

Their kings were what you know today as the British nobility and the Kings of Europe.

The name England (Old English: Engla land or Ængla land) originates from the first of the three tribes mentioned above. Their language, Anglo-Saxon or Old English, derived from West Germanic dialects. Anglo-Saxon was divided into four main dialects: West Saxon, Mercian, Northumbrian and Kentish.

After the Norman Conquest, their language changed into what is called Middle English, in the years leading up to the Rise of the Slavemasters.

This is the language we mostly find Dr. Dee having his “english” – as opposed to Latin – writings be in the form of.

All throughout this time period, what people refer to as “the Bible” was only in Latin, and very few people were even allowed to be taught this unnatural and invented language – a form of code – not dissimilar to the type of languages small children invent to speak to each other so that “grownups” don’t know what they are saying.

Note: There are no real records, of anyone using a language called Latin prior to the rise of the Holy Roman Empire. It is the invention of that empire, and the Catholic Church.

The use of this “special” language. This meant that priests and scholars could pretty much tell “the people” whatever they wanted as to what some book or tract said – or what God said even – and no one would be the wiser. That is how propaganda, (the word itself came from the Catholic Church) was handled prior to the 16th century.

To this day, many subjects have their own “special language” – in some cases using this same Latin – this act as a sort of ‘insider knowledge’. A fact, and an exclusory practice, which is in no way unintentional.

Medicine, Science, all of them defer to the use of Latin within their naming processes. Don’t you find that odd? Why should Latin be the chosen language – if not as still some sort of control mechanism to separate the “learned” – still viewed this way – unwashed masses of Heathens and Sinners. Not to mention an excellent form of financial control or exclusion.

And then there are subjects like scientology, and other “new age” sillinesses. Some of these have huge amounts of nomenclature that one must learn, filled with words that are redefined as something other than their original meaning, as well as…more Latin derivations.

Even the word ‘scientology’ has been given that particular treatment, as was the word ‘dianetics’. More Latin/Greek deferential origins and word-coinage.

But, again, what of code, or ciphers and such? See our new collection in the REAL History section for much more about that.

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Why?

 

It’s been said that power corrupts, and that absolute power corrupts absolutely. But, I don’t think that’s true. Power cannot corrupt, in and of itself, it is usually those who are the least trustworthy (and most vindictive) that seek power, purely because they feel powerless to do to others what they really want to do to them. It’s about a lack of self worth, more than anything else.

I don’t subscribe to any protestations of “you have to play the game” or “you have to go along to get along”, especially when it comes to such wholesale enslavement and devastation that these so-called humanists would soon wreak upon the world.

Unfortunately, that’s the kind of man that Dr. Dee became, merely a tool of the very people that would cause humanity such horrors in the name of “advancement”.

To ask, was it worth it? – would be to ask how many millions of people were enslaved, or killed, how many natural resources plundered and destroyed, for what? A better map? A careful catalogue of all the creatures in the world?

I think the question is an intentionally loaded one that is also even a trick question that should not even be answered. It’s a rhetorical device. I say that because only these type of people, those who should never have power, would even go about “advancement” in such a way that millions must die or spend their lifetimes as slaves-of-progress for it to be achieved. Only they would conceive such a thing even necessary.

In fact, it’s still that way. Think you’re free? Can you not go to work at some 9-5 job within their little hive of society, and still live comfortably and happily? Not usually, no. If you think that it’s a natural state of affairs to have to live your life that way – you are a slavemaster’s dream “citizen”, a lovely little worker ant who thinks he’s “participating”.

A slave.

Think not?

Try not participating, and see what happens.

Most things these days require permission from various masters.

  • You can’t drive – without permission.
  • You can’t travel the world anymore – without permission.
  • You can’t heal the sick or damaged anymore – without permission.
  • You can’t eat well anymore – without permission.
  • You can’t build a house and live in it somewhere anymore – without permission.

The list goes on and on. This is the human race becoming advanced?

Confused-Man scratches head

A friend of mind once said that a Slavemaster needs slaves…and when they rule larger areas? A Slavemaster needs more slaves.

Sometimes, I think I’d like to go live in Antarctica with the penguins – which, yes, I’m somewhat joking (somewhat) but what a statement it is for how things are since the march of the Slavemasters began, that the only places left on the planet that are truly free? Are usually unlivable to all extents and purposes!

This is the result of the spread of the so-called “light” that England loves to ascribe to itself, and I think that was about as welcome as someone blazing a spotlight into the faces of peacefully sleeping creatures. Darkness, if that’s what peace has come to be positioned as, has become more and more scarce in the face of all this “advancement” of the Slavemasters and their technocratic slavery obsessions.

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Bacon and The Lamp

 

 

Right around Francis Bacon’s time, the passing of secret knowledge began being referred to as Lampado trado.

 

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Cujus quidem generis traditinis, methodus mathematicorum,
in co subjecto, similitudinem quandam habet; generatim autem non video,
quod aut in usu sit, aut quod quis inquisitioni ejus dederit operam;
proiinde eam inter desiderata numerabimus, camque traditionem lampadis,
sive methodum ad filios appellabimus.

Translation

Whose, indeed, of the genus traditinis, the development of mathematical objects, in co a subject, it has a likeness; Generally however I do not see, because they are either in use, or that a person has given attention to his inquiry; Consequently, it will number among the desiderata, camque tradition of the bowl, or a method to call.

~ Francis Bacon, student of Dr. Dee ~

The Advancement of Learning
originally published 1605, resurrected in 1893

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The above image refers to Lampado Trado – the tradition of the “lamp”. That is what Bacon is referring to in the above quote.

The image was created over a hundred years after the time of Dee and William Cecil – Bacon’s mentors and predecessors – by Jacob Cats in 1658.

 

Many persons have attempted to characterize this passing the lamp business as being passing the “secret” knowledge of the spirit, aliens, or even black magic.

That is false, and merely a way to try to subscribe more power and superiority onto the pathetically not Slavemasters.

As part of that continuing misrepresentation, (and propaganda-for-hire patronage) even the image of Bacon, Dee and the Lamp gets altered. Usually reversed horizontally and with the addition of a big “rose” on Bacon’s shoe.

Like this in Jacob Cats book p. 673:

 

That addition of the “rose” on Bacon’s show is sort of a propaganda within a code within a cipher.

Why do I say that? Because

The only thing “secret” about this knowledge – math, engineering, astronomy, biology, etc. – was that it could get you killed if you spoke up about it or tried to teach others without permission.

It was not magic.

But what it was, was power. A closely held power that the Nesilim used to make it look like they were “magic” and spiritually above everyone else.

So, what happened here, was simply that one faction of in-the-know Nesilim decided to use that power against the other, and literally raise an “army” of people so initiated into the black arts, the “occult”, the abracadabera of the Mountebanks, as Thomas Jefferson put it.

You will notice that this knowledge was not given to common people, but only to the nobility – which says a lot right there. It was not until centuries later – and only because they were given no choice by someone else – that they began to educate the “masses”. But, even then, it was arranged on a hierarchial basis (as I mentioned earlier) with barely 1 percent of the population being allowed to even be educated in the “secret knowledge” of medicine, etc., let alone what is being still completely guarded – the REAL history of humanity.

Not to mention that you can still see the incredibly aberrated (perverse and convoluted) Nesilim views on things that infect even those subjects – especially physics, bio-engineering and medicine.

So, coming back to this addition of a “rose” on Bacon’s shoe –

That is a reference to Rosicrucianism, which Bacon was at one time an Imperator of.

Why would that be part of a propaganda within a code within a cipher as I put it? Because it was a deliberately created propaganda that was part of King James I attempting to garner support of his rule (and the expansion plans of the British slavemasters) and a continuation of the codes/ciphers that William Cecil and John Dee had already established using “magical” writings as a spy code.

Bacon once said that:

“…the more discordant, therefore, and incredible, the divine mystery is, the more honour is shown to God in believing it, and the nobler is the victory of faith.

De augmentis

He is revealing the tactics of the slavemasters in deliberately making ridiculous stories (the more ridiculous the better) and saying that if one believes them they are showing honour and nobility.

Wow, right?

Since when is believing in LIES a trait of of either honour or nobility – since the slavemasters, that’s when.

The big rose on Bacon’s shoe is a reference to rose+cross=Rosicrucian. The idea and the rose, or rose-on-a-cross symbol itself, was developed during a propaganda campaign during the time of King James I (his reign started in 1603). A campaign that was run by the next generation of Cecils – William’s son Robert.

Just like today, this was propaganda-for-hire, a marketing or public relations campaign. Only in Elizabethan times it was called patronage.

From my library article Backdated Overpopulation Myths and the Forging of The Bible

What is a patron?

Patronage in Elizabethan times is an interesting subject. To ask someone to be your patron, meant that you were asking for their financial and material support, but it also meant that you were asking for their protection. In a time where simply translating the bible was assigned the death penalty, protection was as important or even more important than just financial support.

All princes and nobles of this period were especially preoccupied with reputation and honour. Patronage figured very prominently in their desires to promote their self-image as a method of establishing that ubiquitouus thing called “reputation” – still all important amongst the British slavemasters even up until today.

An aristocrats clothes, his servants, his manners, and his “dispensing largesse” to the comment people, all were part of creating this IMAGE.Therefore, the intellectual performances of their scientific clients whom they had taken on as patron, were considered to reflect back on the patron for better or for worse.

These “clients”, as people who were bestowed patronage upon were called, were expected to provide works that pleased the aristocrats egos.

 

Once William Cecil was in place after Elizabeth was crowned in 1559, patronage became a shrewd and calculating method of controlling and monopolizing particularly scientific clients and their discoveries or knowledge, not to mention controlling what and how they write or presented such works.

William Cecil had a lot of attention on creating the right conditions to set-up the “rule of the world” and the “supremacy” of the English, his real goal being creating the prosperity to wage war, and self-sufficiency in the event of war. Warmonger that he was, this was his “most constant political preoccupation”.

As part-and-parcel of all this maneuvering, you can see why the Cecils would have so much to gain with this “patronage” carrot-and-stick control point.

In fact, recent studies by historians have shown that William and his son Robert Cecil (later made Earl of Salisbury by James I), have demonstrated that:

“…the Cecil family were not only politically dominant, but also formed the vital centre of a network of cultural, artistic, economic and intellectual patronage unequalled in England in the second half of the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries”.

As you can see, patronage would also include written works for hire, such as the story and invention of Rosicrucianism. Written works for hire….

The reason there was a rise of what was called “Rosicrucianism” or The Rosy Cross, had to do with works arranged for by Robert Cecil that began alleging this egyptian/scottish/masons triad myth.

Towards the end of William Cecil’s prominence, and the rise of James I, Cecil had sold the British nobility on using “the public” as a patron.

Through he and Walsingham’s efforts, they had introduced the idea of public opinion – the people – to influence financial and government matters, much like he did to create pressure on Elizabeth to execute her cousin Mary.

By the turn of the seventeenth century several countries, including England, had a flourishing commercial press and an audience willing to consume vernacular works – as in plain and colloquial English.

Coinciding with that, was the changeover from Queen Elizabeth to King James I. The only person who survived that changeover, as far as power plays go, was William Cecil’s son Robert.

As usual, a Cecil was right in the thick of choosing and arranging the next ruler (for them to control) to take the throne. The spy network was used to ensure this ascension. William Paddy, one of Robert Cecil’s physicians, had the code name “No. 40” in the secret negotiations that secured James I’s accession.

Upon success of their machinations, James effected a clear-out of Elizabethan personnel when he arrived in 1603 with his Scottish entourage. Robert Cecil became James’s ‘first favorite’ and was made Earl of Salisbury, whilst Paddy was knighted and served James as a personal physician.

Drawing on the previously commissioned declamatio works from the Constantinople emigres (more on this later) Rosicrucianism was given the usual billing of “revealed ancient knowledge” in the later days of William Cecil, and the early days of King James I.

All very mysterious, alien, and as Bacon put it: discordant and incredible.

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The “revealed ancient knowledge” idea is probably one of the longest-running propaganda slogans there is – it’s still being used even today.

sacred tradition ancient egypt

These “client” scholars that had been hired by Cecil etc., engaged in a tactic actually pioneered in England by John Dee. You can see my article Backdated Overpopulation Myths and the Forging of The Bible for a more full discussion of that topic, but basically, he invented an entire history of King Arthur having explored and found Atlantis (what Dee termed America as) therefore pre-dating the Spanish claiming of it by Columbus.

Dee had taken a snippet of a tale – a very small snippet – that he had overheard in a tavern and then built it into this entire fabrication of ancient English history. This was all done to try and legitamize the throne of England’s claim.

This is the same thing that was done to create what we know today as Rosicrucianism. The hired authors started with a not too well-known Scottish myth regarding the Scots ancient Egyptian ancestry, and then added “interpretations” of referenced (and themselves fabricated) sources attempting to prove this claim and further legitimize King James’ rule in the eyes of the scottish people.

Hector Boece’s Scotorum historiae, for example, argued that hieroglyphic was the original Scottish script.

They also drew on previous declamatios of the supposed history of Hermes (later termed Hermeticism) and combined it with creating an alleged secret and ancient group called Masons.

The thing you have to really get here, was that Masonry (freemasonry) was just in the early stages of being created in the 1600’s, but it’s creation came complete with some spurious story of that it was a continuation of a group already in existencenot a new group.

See how tricky that is?

It was William Schaw, who had been appointed Master of the Work and Warden General for King James in 1583, who combined the earlier invention of Hermes (Hermeticism) with the first hints of an alleged egyptian group of masons, as well as with architectural symbolism and especially the “art” of memory.

Schaw was commissioned to “reform” – that really meant REINVENT – Scottish masonry.

His work presented (exactly as ordered) that Hermes:

“…had played a major part in preserving the knowledge of the mason craft and transmitting it to mankind after the flood”.

Oh really…

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Schaw then presented that his (Hermes) statutes emphasized possession of “the art of memorie and the science thairof”.

See where our coding is entering in here? The positioning of science is your big clue. The Lampado Trado – the tradition of the “lamp”.

…the development of mathematical objects, in co a subject, it has a likeness….

It’s just math…

The Advancement of Learning – Francis Bacon
originally published 1605, resurrected in 1893

It’s just math, see, but it “has a likeness” – and that’s your coding/ciphering and architectural symbolism.

Like the “rose” on Bacon’s shoe –

Or the “rose” on the cross symbol – variations on the theme have been used by not only the Rosicrucians, but also the Golden Dawn, Temple Emanu-El and scientology.

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Schaw’s idea of this supposed “art of memorie and the science thairof” drew on another commissioned author – Alexander Dickson. Dickson became a court favorite after he “renounced” Catholicism and spying. His De memoriae virtute (1583) discussed the “art of memory” in this Hermetic Egyptian context.

Dickson’s compatriot, William Fowler, was another “expert” in this art of memory. His manuscripts include a treatise on it and discuss “teaching your maiestie the arte of me[m]orie” – referring to King James.

It is defined as a “method or set of prescriptions that adds order and discipline to the pargmatic, natural activities of humans“.

The interesting thing about this subject is that it isn’t what it appears by the title. What it really was about, was how to manipulate people’s perceptions of things.

A large part of this subject closely paralleled (and were obviously the origin for) modern methods of manipulation as seen in advertising, psychological warfare, and politics.

It deals mostly with training in rhetoric and the manipulation of thought processes under the heading of “logic” – which is an oxymoron when it comes to slavemasters. I say that because logic, true logic, depends on truth, and we already know that truth isn’t exactly the slavemasters main preference, to put it mildly.

There were drills and exercises “to organize” ones memories, improve recall, but more importantly (and this is part of the code aspect) to assist in the combination and ‘invention’ of ideas.

Propaganda training, in other words.

Some of the techniques taught, which you can immediately see were actually manipulation of others methods, were things like associating emotionally striking images with a visual of a location; the chaining or “association” of groups of images – like a montage, for example. You can see that particular one start appearing in a lot of the visual art of the period.

Another technique was the association of images with signs, markings, and figures in Latin, or just the simple association of text with images.

In fact, “practice” of this technique, often involved the contemplation or study of architecture, books, sculpture and paintings looking for what it associates, or “evokes” to use in similar creations as part of the manipulation of people.

Some examples of: the association of images with signs, markings, and figures in Latin –

The image of a Dr. Dee looking character passing the “light” of knowledge on a moonlit night on a less traveled road, with the comically large rose (by way of emphasis or “code” for rosicrucian, and the whole image being titled in Latin as Lampada trado.

 

A modern example would be positioning volcanoes with Latin words – such as the cover of Dianetics (which is a latin-based term).

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Note: the above new cover art for the Dianetics book was first introduced after the restructuring of the scientology “bridge” (1967) to include the overpopulation myth/flood story of OT III – volcanoes featured prominently in this galactic soap opera, as well as being a veiled symbolised reference to Darwinism and the “evolution” of man. See Backdated Overpopulation Myths and the Forging of The Bible and A Comprehensive History of the Oahspe for much more about what was involved there.

 

Both of those examples certainly fall under the ‘emotionally striking images with a visual of a location‘ technique. Considering that these art of memory principles have always been used in particularly the religious arena, it’s not surprising at all to see later slavemaster front groups such as scientology, mormonism, et al, still employing such knee-jerk manipulation techniques.

The other important area that art of memory principals were employed was in the realm of the magical.

In slavemasterese, their “special speak” –

That means codes and ciphers

 

Of course, religion and magic were often both coded together with all manner of false information and misleading occult practices. Dee taught ‘angel magic‘ ciphering to Cecil, Walsingham, and Francis Bacon.

The image where John Dee is supposedly pictured as “passing the lamp” to Francis Bacon has been used countless times to promote or front for exactly that type of misinformation.

Even a casual search of the internet will reveal many sources trying to sell you some spurious “legend” concerning just that image alone.

Amazing, eh? They’re still trying to “sell” this crap of ancient secret this, and ancient secret that.

Hopefully now you’ll understand why that is just a little bit better now.

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