A geopolitical dream from 2008 sheds light on the deteriorating diplomacy between US and Russia

I’d like to share an interesting dream I had during the summer of 2008. I feel that now is the time to share this dream with the few who visit my blog. Every so often, I write down my dreams in the hopes that I can solve their cryptic messages. Sometimes, I discover their meanings within a few hours, and sometimes it takes a few years. Like David Wilcock, I believe in the importance of dreams as a window to the psyche as well as future events.

Well, this particular dream I’m about to share has prepared me for the current geopolitical events centered around Vladimir Putin. Had I not had this very memorable dream, I would be more willing to doubt his role in the alliance against the criminal syndicate of the cabal. Maybe (and that’s the very faintest of maybes) I would be more willing to accept the mainstream narrative about Russia.

It was a very puzzling dream at the time because it happened around the 2008 US Presidential Election. Many Americans on the left had fallen for the charisma of Barack Obama. I, on the other hand, had become a great admirer of Dr. Ron Paul.

He did not pander and very rarely changed his stance on any issue. To me, he was a true statesman and actually cared about his constituents. Most importantly, Ron Paul was neither a Washington insider nor a power player.

Interestingly, his supporters were very diverse, passionate, and creative. Just search for the 2008 Ron Paul presidential candidate videos in YouTube, and you will find some moving ones made by his supporters. My favorite campaign stunt that his supporters came up with was the Ron Paul billboard blimp that said “Who is Ron Paul? Google Ron Paul.”

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Although I do not like to label myself politically, I have to stress that it’s the centralization of corrupted/corruptible power that concerned me most and drew me to the libertarian ideas of Dr. Ron Paul. While I did not agree with everything in his campaign (being a bit more socially liberal), I loved his gentle and steadfast demeanor. Many seemed to swoon at the speeches of Barack Obama (especially after years of hearing the awkward GW Bush I suppose). Yet, I was completely untouched by Obama’s drawing power and found Paul’s straightforwardness more striking.

It was in the backdrop of this 2008 campaign that I had this rather impersonal geopolitical dream. Since my dream journal from that time is buried somewhere in a box, I will recall the important parts of the dream from memory, one which I’ve pondered over many times…

The Geopolitical Dream from the Summer of 2008

In this dream, I saw Vladimir Putin standing out on a pier overlooking a huge lake. The lake was surrounded by heavy woods. Somehow I detected the presence of the Chinese somewhere in close proximity, but they never actually appeared in the dream. I just knew the Chinese were on the periphery of Putin and out in the woods.

Russia New Yearlakepier

As Putin was standing on this pier, two Western (most likely American) spies were hiding underneath the structure. They were trying to read his mind as he stared out at the lake. Putin was thinking about NASA. He was wondering about the agency’s plans for a global land rover/surveyor.

Some distance away (I assume Africa), I saw various groups of African tribes being lined up and slaughtered. They were taken up to the top of this hill, beheaded, and pushed down the slope. In one of the lines, I saw a young African woman desperately planning her escape. As she was herded across this covered bridge or structure, she sees a strange object dangling within reach. It was palm-sized and circular with other features which I cannot recall.

Somehow I knew that this object was an alien artifact. The woman grabs it for some reason and makes a run for it. She runs into this heavily wooded area with the alien object in hand. As she runs further, she spots a Caucasian man running at cheetah-like speed towards her. The woman knows that she is near the border and thinks that maybe the man will help her. He is an American working for the CIA. As he nears her, he grabs the artifact from her hand and continues his inhumanly fast-paced sprint away.

The woman is left bereft and wanders about helplessly. A small group of three (?) people comes across her. They are either Afrikaners or Western Europeans dressed like their vacationing on a cruise. The woman is heckled and harassed by this small group of people. She tries to run from them but is chased up this wooden tower that had a megaphone at the top.

megaphone

These “vacationers” continue to taunt and harass the woman who is clinging at the top of this tower. They eventually topple it, and the woman comes crashing down.

In the next scene, I see a large group of elites dressed in suits sitting on bleachers somewhere deep in the woods. They were from various industries and commerce. The meeting was secret, and they were planning something.

*** End of Dream ***

There was more to the dream, but these details were the meat of it. I had no idea when I woke up why I was dreaming about Putin alongside NASA, alien artifacts, and a hidden elite. Although I had been very much interested most of my life in the hidden aspects of world history and such forbidden topics as UFOs, secret societies, etc., I had never really thought about Vladimir Putin beyond how he is portrayed in the American media. No need to post the many photos of Putin bare-chested riding a horse and a bear (fake pic of course), fishing, and hunting.

There was some grand chessboard that I had tuned into without any conscious effort. After the events of the past few years, I now know why I had this geopolitical dream. According to Corey Goode and David Wilcock in Cosmic Disclosure, Vladimir Putin is part of an alliance along with China (though I think there is still some conflict here with Chinese interests) and other nations to break away from the stranglehold of the cabal. NASA is a front for the Secret Space Programs that are decades more advanced about which Putin surely knows.

The alien artifact in my dream represents the elites’ plundering of our planet’s alien heritage for their own selfish purposes. As Radu Cinamar tells in his book Transylvania Sunrise, top-level Freemasons had a hand in keeping ancient alien sites hidden from the world as they hoarded all the secrets and knowledge. The slaughter of African native tribes can be seen in their complete disregard for the populations of this planet whom they deem rabble and “useless eaters.”

The CIA agent in the dream steals the alien artifact from the woman, who at first had hoped he was her savior. Currently, the FBI and DHS are accusing Russia of hacking the US Presidential election in favor of Trump in the JAR, Joint Analysis Report: “The U.S. Government is referring to this malicious cyber activity by RIS as GRIZZLY STEPPE.” And CIA director John Brennan agrees with the assessment. But at least one ex-CIA agent thinks this is bogus, stating:

There is no evidence of particular mal-intent that can be traced back to the Russian government, much less to Vladimir Putin. Nine of the thirteen pages of the report deal with advice on how to keep your system from being hacked.

The “vacationers” in the dream are the people in the West who are still asleep and do not wish to hear the truth, knocking over the megaphone of truth in their ignorance. We have been trained to not think critically and even to mock those who question, calling them conspiracy theorists, a term which was created by the CIA in 1967 to attack those who would question the official narrative.

More interpretations can be gleaned, but my whole point in sharing this dream is that many of us are being prepared for when the s**t hits the fan and for some unwholesome truths to be disclosed. When I’m in tune with my Higher Self, surprising information surfaces often through my dreams and less often in my waking thoughts. This allows me to see the pieces of the puzzle in a larger context.

Despite all the political intrigues, we should remember not to get too caught up in the drama and focus on finding that inner stillness. Doing this will keep the chaos from tuning out the Higher Self and getting us lost in the madness of current events. And who knows what else we might find in our dreams when our channels are clear?

The war against the people: fear and loathing in NY and DC

[I’m on a holiday break now and have been enjoying some good home cooking with my family. So, I am rather behind on posting my personal thoughts on current events in the news, politics, and everything below and above the stratosphere (a full belly tends to slow the mind). Please enjoy reading this post by Jon Rappoport, an investigative reporter whose writings always contain extremely intelligent insights and commentary with which I resonate. He seems to have this wonderful gift of laying bare the facts in such a precise and clear-cut style and lifting any complex subject out of shadowy obfuscation to glaring transparency. Rappoport’s main site nomorefakenews.com is about how to take back your personal power and “exiting the matrix” by expanding your personal creative power, the very thing which the so-called elites wish to suppress. One way to achieve this is by freeing the mind and thinking beyond the consensus reality. As he asks us below:

So, dear reader, you can choose to obtain your news from purveyors of the Plan, or you can explore and keep exploring independent sources.

What is The Plan? Aiding and abetting the descent of America into a nation swallowed up in a global management system, where the Constitution, freedom, and the individual are relics of a discarded past.

Donald Trump is not The Answer. He never was. A declaration of independence can take many forms, articulated by many individuals, and backed up in different ways.

What’s your way?

My way is to keep listening to no higher authority but that of my Higher Self or I AM Presence, even if it goes against the grain and the popular consensus. And to always question those who say they are the higher authority, most often those who hide in the light, the proverbial wolves in sheep’s clothing. Keep centered and calm in these chaotic times. Or as my twin flame says. “Stay in the eye of the hurricane.” ~DV]

The war against the people: fear and loathing in NY and DC

The war against the people: fear and loathing in NY and DC

Thank you for your support. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

by Jon Rappoport

December 19, 2016

Vladimir Putin is the secret president of the United States.

Yep. That’s it. The US is now the USSR. It’s all over. Trump is a Communist who took orders from Putin. Trump is a Red. That was his game all along. He’s a billionaire Commie.

Here is how this would play out in a reasonable court, in the judge’s chambers—

Prosecutor: Your Honor, we’re prepared to offer proof that Putin personally influenced the election in favor of Trump.

Trump’s Lawyer: Nonsense. This is a ruse.

Judge: Mr. Prosecutor, what is the nature your proof?

Prosecutor: We will bring several CIA people to the stand and they will say they have proof.

Judge: Will they back up those statements with evidence, so Mr. Trump’s attorney can cross-examine them?

Prosecutor: No. Secrets must be kept.

Judge: Not in my court.

End of story.

Think about this: what will the major media do when their latest fiction about the Russians and Trump sinks below the waves? They’re lying so hard and so often…is there any end to it?

The answer is no. They’re committed. They can’t turn back.

They’re committing slow suicide in full view of the public.

It almost feels like they want to go down.

“Stop me before I kill again.”

Men and women of the news, whose whole act depends on securing trust and admiration from the public, are squandering whatever is left of it in the space of a few months.

“Well, they didn’t believe that outrageous lie. Let’s try one that’s even more ridiculous.”

Now they want to censor news which fails to fit their picture. And if they don’t watch out, they’ll take down Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter—their enablers—with them, as people find new social-media outposts.

Trump—love him, hate him, whatever—is playing his role. He’s virtually winning a new election every time the major media slam him and he comes back with a tweet that simply announces, “You’re full of it.”

Influential papers like the NY Times and the Washington Post have gotten a free pass for as long as they’ve been in business. Their staffs have developed a massive sense of their own importance, their own infallibility. They’re like popes—who’ve suddenly been exposed, in leaked documents, for falsely claiming Jesus wanted the Catholic Church built in his name.

George Orwell: “A totalitarian state is in effect a theocracy, and its ruling caste, in order to keep its position, has to be thought of as infallible.”

Recognize we’re in a unique situation here. This has never happened before—certainly not in a highly sophisticated civilization where the official means of communicating information were limited to a few basic sources. Those sources have lost now faith with the people. Instead, huge numbers of new outlets have emerged.

The mainstream is beginning to realize how great the shift is.

A centralized reality splitting up equals a centralized and hypnotized perception of reality splitting up.

Centralized reality, by its very nature, presents a false picture. In the absence of that monopoly, many new true stories emerge that were previously hidden. Each of these stories is, in effect, a new reality holding a candle in the dark.

Virtually all major news sources agreeing on the substance of virtually all important stories, over the course of decades, is completely unnatural and absurd. That agreement must be engineered. Concocted. Invented.

The “consistent concoction” is dissolving in the minds of the public. It no longer holds sway.

Hillary Clinton and her supporters should be thanked for contributing to this break-up. The public is viewing their actions as those of a child who refuses to admit she herself is at fault, and instead throws blame in every possible direction: thousands of “fake news” sites; the Russians; Putin; pollsters who failed to warn of impending doom; the Electoral College system; the “deplorables”; WikiLeaks; the FBI.

“It’s not our fault. It’s everybody else’s fault.”

Thank you, thank you.

Keep finding new people to blame. How about the Chinese, the Brexit supporters, some guy who owns a gas station in Death Valley, a massive tribe who live on the dark side of the moon and illegally voted for Trump?

Don’t stop now.

Interestingly, the big donors to Hillary Clinton’s failed campaign, who are shocked and irate after forking over their money, aren’t eagerly drinking the Putin Kool-Aid. They’re hard-headed, and they want real-life answers.  As Politico writes (12/15):

“…the wealthy Democrats who helped pump over $1 billion into Clinton’s losing effort have been urging their local finance staffers, state party officials, and campaign aides to provide a more thorough explanation of what went wrong. With no dispassionate, centralized analysis of how Clinton failed so spectacularly, they insist, how can they be expected to keep contributing to the party?”

“’A lot of the bundlers and donors still are in shock and disbelief by what happened. They’re looking for some introspection and analysis about what really happened, what worked and what didn’t,’ said Ken Martin, chairman of the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party and a top campaign bundler himself. ‘It may take some time to do that, but people are still just scratching their heads’.”

“Or, in the words of a Midwestern fundraiser who’s kept in touch with fellow donors, ‘A lot of people are saying, “I’m not putting another fucking dime in until someone tells me what just happened”.’”

The CIA-connected Washington Post can pump out as many “Putin-did-it” articles as they want to. But the big Clinton donors are unimpressed.

Don’t look for major media outlets to give those donors much face time. It would explode the blame-game narrative.

The NY Times is now calling Trump a threat to democracy. Translation: Trump is a threat to the NY Times, and by extension, all major media—because the Times is usually the first voice that sounds in the news echo chamber that bounces fake stories among hundreds of outlets from shore to shore.

I’m waiting for the term “Russian denialist” to pop up in the press, as a label for reporters who “ignore a mountain of evidence” that Putin hacked the election and handed it to Donald Trump.

“Stay with us. Coming up after the break, a list of Russian denialists who refuse to believe what’s in front of their eyes, say government officials. Some of the names will shock you. But first, six commercials for medical drugs you don’t need that could put you in the hospital…

“The media bubble is the ultimate symbol of what’s wrong with this country. It’s just a circle of people talking to themselves who have no f—ing idea what’s going on. If The New York Times didn’t exist, CNN and MSNBC would be a test pattern. The Huffington Post and everything else is predicated on The New York Times. It’s a closed circle of information from which Hillary Clinton got all her information — and her confidence. That was our opening.” —Steve Bannon, Trump’s chief strategist and senior counselor

The major media’s depth of hatred for Donald Trump is beyond most people’s understanding. Most people can’t fathom it, because they believe they know who these media personages are. They see them on television or read their words every day. How bad could these reporters be?

Very, very bad. The media personages see themselves as 12th-generation feudal barons who are suddenly surrounded by the peasants stealing their land, crops, animals, homes, and royal titles.

Here is what Paul Krugman of the NY Times recently wrote about Trump: “Thought: There was (rightly) a cloud of illegitimacy over Bush, dispelled (wrongly) by 9/11. Creates some interesting incentives for Trump.” —As if Trump might secretly provoke another huge terror attack on US soil and, by his response, improve his status in the eyes of the public. Heavy, heavy malevolent conspiracy theory from a baron at the Times.

Back in February, WND reported on a tweet from another NY Times writer: “A columnist with the New York Times caused a social media stir with a tweet that joked of billionaire businessman and GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s assassination.”

“’Good news guys,’ wrote Ross Douthat in his tweet, as found by Infowars.com. ‘I’ve figure out how the Trump campaign ends.’ Douthat is a foreign-policy expert who supports Marco Rubio and John Kasich. He then included a link to a YouTube video of the 1983 movie, ‘The Dead Zone,’ a flick that features Christopher Walken as a character who tries to shoot to death a politician played by Martin Sheen. Sheen’s character uses a human baby to shield himself from the assassination attempt.”

This is the media battling for survival.

Suppose, as rumored, Trump decides to re-cast the whole White House Press Office? Suppose, for example, he intends to deny many veteran reporters their press credentials, and instead welcomes independent journalists?

Suppose Trump decides to establish his own Web channel, and live- streams many fireside chats directly to a global audience, without even letting the press know his schedule?

Suppose the New York Times and the Washington Post fall to the bottom of the pile, left to scramble for crumbs?

Yes, things could get much worse for major media. And they should, because they have been lying to the public ever since the first brick was laid on their first office building.

Trump’s war on the media should become a centerpiece of his presidency. If not, they will shatter his term in office. I hope he understands that fully.

Suppose Trump’s inside man, Steve Bannon, puts his head together with a few deep-pocket investors and shows them how to create strong social-media alternatives to Twitter and Facebook, who are now trying to censor and bury independent online media operations?

Suppose Julian Assange and Project Veritas’ James O’Keefe vault to the top of the press hierarchy?

Suppose the American people laugh the Times and WaPo and CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, and FOX out of court?

Suppose their echo chamber falls apart?

The major media’s fear and loathing of Trump knows no bounds. Their loyalty to Hillary Clinton, who played a central role in the inhuman decimation of Libya, and whose Foundation set up a parallel government stop-and shop for global greedheads, is without conscience.

If you think independent media need your support now, watch what is going to happen in the coming months and years. Big media will keep throwing nasty conspiracy theories like cakes of dreck at the wall, hoping something, anything sticks to “fake news” sites.

These “liberals” are so firmly in the Globalist camp, they wouldn’t know how to escape even if they wanted to. The very notion that America might reassert itself as a sovereign nation is a silver bullet aimed at their vampire hearts.

They’ve been sucking all the blood they can out of this country, with their “kind and gentle” “share and care” con job. It pays for their lifestyles, and they fully intend to maintain their status.


Exit From the Matrix

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrixclick here.)


Not quite on the level of George Washington’s Farewell Address or Eisenhower’s last warning to America about the military-industrial complex, here is Obama at his final press conference—tortured logic, generalized garbled garbage, and veiled threats of censorship—looking for scapegoats after the election put a cap on his failed presidency:

“If fake news that’s being released by some foreign government is almost identical to reports that are being issued through [domestic] partisan news venues, then it’s not surprising that that foreign propaganda will have a greater effect. It doesn’t seem that farfetched compared to some of the other stuff folks are hearing from domestic propagandists.”

“To the extent that our political dialogue is such that everything is under suspicion, everybody’s corrupt and everybody is doing things for partisan reasons and all of our institutions are, you know full of malevolent actors and if that’s the story that is being put out there, then when a foreign government introduces that same argument, the facts are made up, voters who have been listening to that stuff for years, who have been getting that stuff every day from talk radio or other venues, they’re going to believe it.”

“So, if we — if we want to really reduce foreign influence on our elections, then we better think about how to make sure that our — our political process, our political dialogue is stronger than it’s been.”

Then Obama basically characterized the totality of the WikiLeaks emails as “gossip.” That was his overheated swan song.

He message for the media was: stick to the script; you know what it is; why did you cover material detrimental to The Plan?

“Mele Kalikimaka.”

—So, dear reader, you can choose to obtain your news from purveyors of the Plan, or you can explore and keep exploring independent sources.

What is The Plan? Aiding and abetting the descent of America into a nation swallowed up in a global management system, where the Constitution, freedom, and the individual are relics of a discarded past.

Donald Trump is not The Answer. He never was. A declaration of independence can take many forms, articulated by many individuals, and backed up in different ways.

What’s your way?

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALEDEXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

Obama must declassify evidence of Russian hacking

[The information war continues to play out with the FBI calling the CIA’s claims of Russian interference with the 2016 US Presidential election as “fuzzy and ambiguous.” In the article below The Intercept journalists Jeremy Scahill and Jon Schwarz outline the CIA’s own history of deceit and meddling of foreign elections. They say the CIA and Obama administration should be careful about supporting such accusations without solid evidence:

The current discourse on this issue is plagued by partisan gibberish — there is a disturbing trend emerging that dictates that if you don’t believe Russia hacked the election or if you simply demand evidence for this tremendously significant allegation, you must be a Trump apologist or a Soviet agent.

The reality, however, is that Trump’s reference to the Iraq War and the debacle over weapons of mass destruction is both utterly cynical and a perfectly valid point. U.S. intelligence agencies have repeatedly demonstrated that they regularly both lie and get things horribly wrong. In this case they may well be correct, but they cannot expect Americans to simply take their word for it.

Although you might not be a Trump fan, this article makes you hesitate about blindly accepting the CIA’s intelligence without further proof. ~DV]

OBAMA MUST DECLASSIFY EVIDENCE OF RUSSIAN HACKING

HERE ARE TWO of political history’s great constants: first, countries meddling in the internal affairs of others (both enemies and “friends”); and, second, bogus charges from a faction in one country that foreigners are meddling in its internal affairs to help another faction.

Both are poison for any country that wishes to rule itself.

So if we’re serious about being a self-governing republic, we have to demand that President Obama declassify as much intelligence as possible that Russia may have intervened in the 2016 presidential election.

Taking Donald Trump’s position — that we should just ignore the question of Russian hacking and “move on” — would be a disaster.

Relying on a hazy war of leaks from the CIA, FBI, various politicians, and their staff is an equally terrible idea.

A congressional investigation would be somewhat better, but that would take years — like the investigations of the intelligence on Iraq and weapons of mass destruction — and would be fatally compromised by the Democrats’ political timidity and GOP opposition.

The only path forward that makes sense is for Obama to order the release of as much evidence as possible underlying the reported “high confidence” of U.S. intelligence agencies that Russia both intervened in the election and did so with the intention of aiding Trump’s candidacy.

Intelligence agencies hate, often with good reason, to publicly reveal how they obtain information, or even the information itself, since that can make it clear how they got it. But the government would not need to reveal its most sensitive sources and methods — e.g., which specific Vladimir Putin aides we have on our payroll — to release enough evidence to aid the public debate over interference in our election by a powerful nation state.

And if there were ever a situation in which it was crucial to lean in the direction of more rather than less disclosure, it’s now. Obama should make that clear to the intelligence agencies, and that if forced to he is willing to wield his power as president to declassify anything he deems appropriate.

The current discourse on this issue is plagued by partisan gibberish — there is a disturbing trend emerging that dictates that if you don’t believe Russia hacked the election or if you simply demand evidence for this tremendously significant allegation, you must be a Trump apologist or a Soviet agent.

The reality, however, is that Trump’s reference to the Iraq War and the debacle over weapons of mass destruction is both utterly cynical and a perfectly valid point. U.S. intelligence agencies have repeatedly demonstrated that they regularly both lie and get things horribly wrong. In this case they may well be correct, but they cannot expect Americans to simply take their word for it.

It’s also the case that the U.S. has a long history of interfering in other countries’ elections, and far worse: The U.S. has overthrown democratically elected governments the world over. In fact, in 2006 Hillary Clinton herself criticized the George W. Bush administration for not doing “something to determine who was going to win” in Palestinian elections. It would not be shocking in the least if Russia sought to interfere in the U.S. electoral process.

But let’s have some proof.

In his Farewell Address of 1796, George Washington wrote, “Against the insidious wiles of foreign influence (I conjure you to believe me, fellow-citizens) the jealousy of a free people ought to be constantly awake, since history and experience prove that foreign influence is one of the most baneful foes of republican government. But that jealousy to be useful must be impartial; else it becomes the instrument of the very influence to be avoided, instead of a defense against it.” That was good advice then, and it’s good advice now. We have to force our politicians to take it seriously.

And if it comes to pass that the U.S. government refuses to back up these serious claims with evidence, then perhaps a patriotic whistleblower will do the public an important service. Here is our offer at The Intercept: If anyone has solid proof that Russia interfered with U.S. elections, send it to us via SecureDrop and we will verify its legitimacy and publish it.