Self-Betrayal Rots the American Psyche — May 27, 2014

Michael Hoffman is perhaps the most brilliant and eloquent writer in the patriot camp. In his recent review of “The Most Dangerous Book in the World: 9/11 as Mass Ritual” by S.K. Bain, Hoffman discusses the sinister effect of accepting the Illuminati’s blatant treason and lying.

Jamie McIntyre: “From my close-up inspection, there is no evidence that a plane crashed anywhere near the Pentagon.” CNN Report subsequently suppressed.

by Michael Hoffman — “The 9/11 Terror Attacks as Alchemical Process” Revisionist History 72, April-May 2014

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The Pentagon after it had supposedly been hit by Fight 77, which is notably absent from the photo. Click to enlarge

Psychologically, [the American people] have the status of defeated and demoralized prisoners of war. They have cut a deal with the System: they won’t contradict the Cryptocracy’s lies in return for the Cryptocracy allowing them to “get on with their lives,” pursue a career, marry a trophy wife, raise and educate two children, root for the stadium sports team of their choice, acquire a boat, an RV and a second home.
In the course of this quid pro quo, they pretend they are concerned about the state of the nation and their children’s future, but their souls are rotting in the face of the lie they are living. Americans are being marched in the direction the Cryptocracy has been taking us since it immolated the King of Camelot near the 33rd degree line in 1963. The 9-11 attacks of 2001 represent the second stop on that alchemical jornada del muerto.….
What does the Cryptocracy thinks of us? These elitists always regarded non-iniates in any era as being not truly human, little more than “ghostly homunculi,” e.g. “goyim, gentiles, kelipot, cowans.” The “Cambridge (University) Apostles, “who produced a slew of traitors who spied for and defected to the Soviet Union, styled themselves “realities,” in contrast to the rest of us who they termed mere “phenomena.”

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