Planet X: WSO Jan 24 – Are They Hiding God From Us?

Less Planet X, more philosophy on this one. These guys are debating dogma from a staunchly Western point of view. That’s all fine, but you can’t really get a grasp for the concept of God until you really dive into a number of diverse cultures… like I do. You can find my take on the My Articles page, under the Wisdom Of Renquist category.


YT description: Steiger Olson for one week, then back to WSO – but go subscribe because its the right thing to do..…

Title: WSO Jan 24 – Something is Afoot, are they Hiding God? (YT link) Uploaded by WSO.

Joseph Farrell: Knights Templar, Akhenaten And Columbus

For more on the Hebrew / Egyptian connection, search this blog for posts featuring Ralph Ellis and Douglas Petrovich.


YT description: Dark Journalist welcomes back Oxford Scholar and Author of the popular Giza Death Star book series, Dr. Joseph P. Farrell for his fourth appearance on the show. In a mesmerizing and revealing interview, Dr. Farrell outlines a fascinating web of intrigue and Hidden History that started in our ancient past with Egyptian Mystery Schools and continues with the tradition of occult practices in modern-day Secret Societies.

He exposes that secret holy orders such as the Knights Templar discovered in their quest for the grail that the legendary temple treasure was shockingly related to the reign of the controversial and heretical Pharaoh Akhenaten and that his attempts at revealing the secrets of the Egyptian Mysteries and the cosmic origins of humanity caused him to be assassinated by the corrupt black magic Egyptian Priesthood. Eventually he was erased from dynastic Egyptian history along with his powerful wife Queen Nefertiti leaving behind his vulnerable son, Tutankhamun, King Tut, who was also removed. Plus the shocking revelation that there is a prophecy concerning the rise of Akhenaten’s powerful wisdom in the 21st century!


Joseph Farrell: Knights Templar, Akhenaton And Columbus – (2016) 4 stars

Run time: 2 hours, 18 minutes. Ah-ha! Here is yet another researcher who has tied in the Hebrews as having come out of Egypt, and NOT out of Israel. I am at 37 minutes into the program, having covered how Akhenaton tried to revolutionize Egypt with the worship of his monotheistic god Aten. Part of the speculation Farrell has introduced is the idea that the Egyptian priests were resentful because all the money that was coming to them, their temples and their pantheon of gods would be going to Aten exclusively.

That’s a very Jewish thing, wouldn’t you agree? You see what happened to Jesus, allegedly, when he went and threw a tantrum against the Jewish moneylenders, and how he ended up! Also, throughout the Old Testament, we see the cult of Yahweh bitching against the rival cults of Baal and Dagon, over and over, less because their god was the ‘one god,’ as the Hebrews / Jews of that time believed in many gods, and more because they were losing followers and influence. Just take a look at the terrorist state of Israel today and tell me if anything at all has changed, because it hasn’t.

Okay, going by what we already heard from Ralph Ellis, if the Jews were originally the Hyksos, and if they really came out of Egypt and NOT out of Israel, what did the Romans gain by destroying the Library of Alexandria? There are a number of other theories, of course, but let’s stick with the ideas I’ve presented. Why did the Romans invent the Bible in the first place? It was to unify all contemporary religions under the ‘universal’ Church of Rome, under one authority just like what Akhenaton was trying to do in Egypt. So why didn’t Rome just say, here, all of you cults came from Egypt and that’s that, now play nice! The Egyptians would have said no, the Hyksos / Hebrews / Jews don’t belong here because we kicked them out a long time ago. The Jews knew they didn’t belong in that region, and so maybe they said, well, give us our own little territory somewhere else and we’ll be happy with it. So the Romans, hoping to quell the debates, maybe they said Jews, go and live in Canaan. The Egyptians are happy, the Jews are happy, and the Roman hierarchy breathed a collective sigh of relief. Oh, but let’s go and burn all these libraries so future generations won’t know what we did here.

Can I prove this? Loosely, yes, by pointing out the parallels I’ve seen from a number of other alternative researchers, some biased, some not, but we all know the official story is super-biased anyway. The Torah probably came from Egypt, a lot of Bible heroes had adventures and resided in Egypt, King Solomon and King David don’t have ruins in Israel, but Ellis says they had prototypes among the Egyptian pharaohs, and there is a whole bunch of other stuff that the Jews adopted or straight jacked from Egypt anyway. Besides all that, I keep hearing that Jerusalem did not exist at the time of Christ. A lot of this is speculation, but a lot is also from suppressed archeology, and too much of the mainstream story looks like a diversion to keep Israel in the limelight. Israel was never monotheistic in the entire Old Testament! And need I remind you, for a supposedly Christian nation, why does the United States have an Egyptian obelisk disguised as the Washington Monument? Why do London and the Vatican also have obelisks? Right, it has more to do with Jesus, and less to do with Egypt! Yeah, keep telling yourself that.

44 minutes in – The idea that Akhenaton publicized Mystery School teachings has parallels with the legend that Rabbi Jesus stole Jewish esoteric texts and also tried to teach them to the public. This could put Akhenaton into the same category as Hermes / Thoth, also esoteric and Hermetic figures. This is also why Rome persecuted the early Christians who worshiped outdoors or in their houses, because they weren’t going into the temples to spend their money. This is another think knuckleheads can’t seem to grasp very well. God does not need your money! That’s priestly bureaucracy! God wants your faith and devotion, not your wallet! Paying your way into heaven came from the Church of Rome.

Farrell starts talking about three levels of nothing, and how adding tiny bits of information to it causes these layers to become something. I liken this to my idea of a Cosmic Algorithm, a simple code that evolves and expands into more complex patterns. This is the Fibonacci Sequence in macrocosm.

At just over and hour in, Farrell mentions a chemical process where electricity and plasma produced small fragments of gold. I have heard this before, but if it were true, why are all of our nation’s gold reserves missing? Going with Farrell’s analogy idea, and tracing this lead into gold way back to ancient Egypt, India and Tibet, I am leaning more toward the idea that this transformation is not literal, but describes the ascension of the human soul. The idea of transforming metals only really started up in the Middle Ages, and again, it came from the Mystery Schools. Renaissance artists and Masons were murdered by Rome for talking about the soul and other esoteric subjects, so I believe they used this lead into gold analogy to throw their enemies off.

I’ve also heard that the process to produce gold in a lab is more expensive than it is to go out and actually mine for it, so take that for what it’s worth. And in my studies of Indian Vimana, I have come across the idea that high electricity applied to mercury creates a plasma called Red Mercury, which is a substance the negates gravity and allows a craft to levitate. This is what Nazi Germany really discovered, as proven by the sudden plethora of UFO sightings at the end of World War II, through Roswell and all the way to our modern times. Plus there is the idea that mercury itself is a quantum or fluid metal in its natural state, and that rivers of mercury were found under the Egyptian pyramids. This gives mercury properties that no other metal has, and certainly uses that modern science hasn’t even thought of yet.

Music, Trip Hop: Mono – Disney Town

This is one sweet track, reminiscent of early Hooverphonic and Goldfrapp. The album is titled Formica Blues. You can find it through a Youtube search.


Title: Mono – Disney Town (YT link) Uploaded by W69nderland.


Walls are white
Burning boredom
And her shoes are tight
They’re never right

Open shop, nothing left
Because they tied the knot
They lied a lot

He tells her
She feeds him
She hates him more
His teacup
She spits in
He loves her more

Once again
She frys his breakfast
As she counts to ten
Remembers when

Alone at night
The nylon head
Upon his trophy wife
Her talk show life

She throws up

He comes down
They watch tv
They live in
Disney town
She’s his barbie


He tells her
She feeds him
She hates him more
His teacup
She spits in
He loves her more

She throws up
He comes down
They watch tv
They live in
Disney town
She’s his barbie

Ah …

United States: The Occult Secrets Of Hotel Zaza And Room 322

Nice picture to have in your hotel room, right?

(Originally posted on my old blog, but now I’ve updated this article and moved it over to this blog.)

It looks like somebody got caught with their pants down.

The Hotel Zaza has two boutique hotels, one in Dallas, one in Houston, and soon, there will be a third hotel in Austin. These are luxury accommodations, and Houston branch boasts several one of a kind, themed rooms such as the Rock Star Suite and the Tycoon Suite. Here’s a link to the hotel’s official website, and a link to their their themed room page. The last time I checked the reservations area, these concept suites ranged in price from $500 to $2500 a night, so they’re quite pricey for a guy like me.

In their Magnificent Seven and Concept Suite pages, there is one room you aren’t going to see. This would be Room 322, as in the Masonic number 322. What’s in Room 322? Well, I couldn’t find the damage control room on the website anymore, but here’s what the hotel wanted you to think was in Room 322, which I previously copied from their website:

Jailhouse Rock – The Verdict on Room 322

You’ve been sentenced to Hard Times, consider this your A&O. While compact, your cell is well-equipped with all the comforts of home. Featuring coveted balcony views of the rec yard, you’ll be able to debunk the hearsay as you gather evidence that room 322 is rockin’. We’ll bare the burden of proof, because no one’s ever accused Zaza of being too much fun!

One Night Accommodations in Room 322

Motive Cocktail at the Chow Hall

Orange Prison Jumpsuit

Complimentary Transportation in the ZaZa Cop Car*

$50 for Commissary

Complimentary Valet Parking

It doesn’t sound that bad, right? Just some cool way to spend the night. Wrong! This was the hotel in damage control mode. A hotel guest was accidentally booked into room 322, and he got all the way into the room and got a good look at it. Not liking the feel of the room at all, he complained. The hotel sent him this message and told him to forget he ever saw the room:

Alleged message between the hotel and the guest.

Hotel: In exchange for a sum of $1,000.00 dollars wired to the account of your choice, please delete your submission/respond to no further inquiries regarding the hotel matter. Payment shall be made in 15 days if the request is honored. Thank you.

Guest: how about a cash drop at a location of my choosing?

Hotel: Choose your location.

Good thing he got some pictures. As the story goes, the guest probably pocketed the money, but this person passed the pictures to a buddy, who went ahead and posted them online. You tell me, does this look like the theme of this room is Jailhouse Rock?

View walking into bedroom.

View from chair in room.

Left side.

Right side.

Picture 1.

Picture 2.

According to the original guest, this room is 1/3 the size of other Zaza rooms. This brick wall doesn’t seem to belong here, and the guest speculated there was a hidden room behind it. The mirror could be a two-way mirror, and there is no carpet, but bare concrete floor.

False brick wall pushes the bed into the center of room.

Note chains on both sides of bed, and distinctive hotel ‘Z’ logo on lamp.

Note how cramped the room is, the hotel logo on the pillow, and the bare concrete floor.

So, who’s this asshole?

Smiling asshole picture high on wall.

This is Jay Comeaux. From the article on Bloomberg Business WeekThe U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission accused four former executives of R. Allen Stanford’s Houston-based brokerage of facilitating the sale of bogus investments that fueled a $7 billion Ponzi scheme.

Top officials at the Stanford Financial Group Co. unit willfully aided and abetted the fraud, which unraveled in February 2009, the SEC said today in an administrative order. The agency named Jay Comeaux, the brokerage’s president from 1996 to 2005, his successor Daniel Bogar, private client group head Jason Green and Bernerd Young, a former regulator who became chief compliance officer.

Comeaux settled the claims without admitting or denying the allegations and agreed to be barred from associating with a broker or investment adviser.

Comeaux went to Louisiana State University (LSU), and was part of the Delta Kappa Epsilon (DKE) fraternity, which happens to include a secret society that calls itself the Friars. Who are the Friars?

The Friars Club, founded in the Winter of 1908, is a social club and secret society on the campus of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. Upon its founding its goal was to revive the Zeta Zeta chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon of Centenary College of Louisiana, formerly of Jackson, Louisiana. The chapter had closed its doors at the outbreak of the American Civil War, when all of its members enlisted. (From the Friar’s Wiki article.)

You will notice that a chapter of the DKE fraternity was the Zeta Zetas. Is it a coincidence that the name of this hotel is Zaza? Is it a coincidence that the room number is 322, one of the New World Order and secret society’s favorite numbers? There’s the evidence; make up your own mind. Oh, and the Houston Chronicle was also doing damage control, when it tried to play down the significance of this room in a fluff piece, as seen below. This is hard proof of how the media deceives us. Italics mine.

From the article on ChronCuriously, there’s also a portrait of a man who appears to be former Stanford Financial Group executive Jay Comeaux.

“This particular room, 322, also known as ‘Hard Times,’ is compact in size but well-equipped, and a playful spin on a jail experience.”

The Hard Times room starts at $180 per night. Coots says a similar room on the same floor is designed to look like a ship’s cabin and is highly requested for its balcony, which overlooks the pool. (Note the misdirection by adding unrelated details.)

Robinson was moved to a more traditional room after his first night, and Coots says that while ZaZa wants every guest to have a memorable experience, if the room is not to a guest’s taste, the hotel will make efforts to accommodate that.

“It’s definitely a wacky experience for someone who’s looking for that feel,” Robinson said.

(Does any of that look like a ‘Jailhouse Rock’ or ‘Hard Times’ theme? See additional pictures, and download a Zip file for your own personal photo collection, over at Imgur. These pictures are also available for viewing on my Photobucket page.)

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