Archive for August, 2009
As many of you know, I have been following certain name-game and number threads throughout my research. One of these, as discussed in The Mothman’s Photographer III, is the “11/11″ mystery. These four numbers add up to 4, of course – another number that comes up a lot. For instance, we had a rash of sightings of four Mothmen (”The Four”) in the last couple of years. In 2006, the “11/11″ mystery reared its head when a fellow Mothman researcher saw a van near Cleveland with the license plate 11-1L. He and I were looking into the claims of a woman in the area who claimed to have experienced a multitude of paranormal events. Although she had declined my offer to film her testimony on video, this other researcher had gone to visit her. As he was leaving the area, a strange van, which he felt contained possible Men in Black, had driven alongside him for quite a while on the interstate. Tragically, a week later, two people close to the researcher both died – on 11/11/06. As this was happening, he and I, as well as Mothman experiencer Harriet Plumbrook, were receiving blank phone messages from the number “(000)000-0000.”
Oddly, the same weekend Adam Gorightly and I were having our White MIB/Squirrel encounters last June (see earlier post), Harriet woke up outside of her house, in the wee hours, with cuts on her wrist – an event that symbolically echoed the name of one of Indrid Cold’s cohorts, “Terry R. Wriste.” The “tearing of the wrist” is thought to be a Masonic symbol. Synchronistically, that same weekend I was told by plant expert Louise Lacey that she had found 11 sets of different plant species on top of Sedona, Arizona’s most sacred hill. There were only 22 plants on top, with two versions of each species present – the 11/11 motif in another form. Louise, Adam, and I visited the “runways” of Morgan Territory that weekend, where we discovered that the original inhabitants, the Volvon Indians, had worshipped a Mothman-like creature called “Molluk.” Yes, that would be the same creature represented by the Republican’s Great Stone Owl in Bohemian Grove… By the way, Harriet’s father was Swedish, was a Mason, and had intelligence connections. One wonders if Masonic/intel groups are still tracking Mothman experiencers to this day, or if experiencers like Harriet are simply manifesting new clues in physical form. According to Harriet, these cuts have appeared before, and they always seem to come in sets of approximately 10. When I asked her if there could be 11 of them, she said that it is possible; she didn’t think to count them each time it happened. There appearance seems to be part of a periodic revelatory pattern, which signals the experiencer to notice clues.
Just last night, I opened The Mothman Prophecies to a random page and found that Indrid Cold’s name was repeatedly misspelled by a major UFO organization as Indrid “Kuld.” Keel thought that this was most mysterious. Since “kuld” typically translates as “gold,” and “Indrid” relates to both Sweden and the fire god, Indra (who battles the Garuda or Mothman), an interesting set of possibilities arises as to why Indrid and his buddies chose their particular aliases. If Indrid’s full name means “hot gold,” then the recovery – during Mothman – of a golden sphere in Ripley, WV (which resisted high temperatures) becomes more prescient. Was gold merchant Fred Crisman of the CIA involved in the area, perhaps with Indrid Cold? Were the golden spheres related to the Nazi Bell weapon that one suspects was being developed in Institute, WV? Are Harriet’s cuts – their relationship to the “tearing of the wrist” – indirect proof that it was Indrid Cold who came to her house in 1968, in order to “investigate” the attempt made on her father’s life? When I asked Harriet her opinion of the possible photo of Indrid Cold (see earlier post), she stated that the man looks like he might be a member of the family of Jack Bruno, the mobster who lived next door to her. Bruno disappeared after entering the penal system following his conviction for racketeering. According to the investigating FBI agent, Harriet’s dad was mistakenly car-bombed instead of Bruno. It is possible, however, that it was really Indrid impersonating an FBI agent, as the FBI agent drove the same kind of car as Indrid.
My researcher friend recently told me about another event that had happened around the same time. Soon after he had seen the MIB van and the deaths had occurred, he had gotten a strange call from a number in Akron, Ohio, which is more or less where he had been when he encountered the MIB van. When he traced the number to a physical address, he found that it was 1111 Independence Ave. in Akron. He thought that this was highly synchronistic, and he was right. But there was more… When I did a Google search of the address, I found that it was at the back of a mall that had originally been an Indian sacred spot. As I found with the Grand Mound in Seattle, these spots often have a complex magnetic field – high and low frequencies mixed together. This can cause a wide range of paranormal effects on the human mind, from seeing entities to gaining synchronistic insights. Most amazingly, there are two buildings at 1111 Independence, and both look like the number “1″ from above. They form the number 11 or, if looking at them upside down, the letters “TT.” Check it out next time you are surfing the web…
Now, to make this a little more complicated, one hears stories about Masonic children having their births arranged for 11/11. Marjorie Cameron, wife of occultist and rocket scientist Jack Parsons, claimed that her birth was arranged for that date. The notorious Charles Manson was born on 11/12 [note in comments section that Adam Gorightly pins the date at 11/11]. If Manson were the illegitimate son of a high-level Mason – as one suspects – perhaps there was some controversy over whether or not to arrange his birth for 11/11. This may have resulted either in his being born a day late, or a cover story being created to make it seem like he was born a day late. At any rate, Manson lived for a time in WV on, or in close proximity to, land that was once owned by George Washington, a 33rd degree Mason. Indrid Cold also lived on land once owned by Washington, and there is speculation that Washington may have also owned the land on which Pt. Pleasant’s TNT Area – “home” of Mothman – was later built. Washington may have even been responsible for the murder of Chief Cornstalk, which instigated the “Mothman Curse” on Pt. Pleasant, as he was probably the chief U.S. military authority in Virginia at the time. The symbol most associated with Washington is the obelisk, which indirectly ties him to the Egyptian queen of obelisks, Hatshepsut, whose mummy was recently identified. Hatshepsut worshipped the goddess Mut, whose name and symbology correspond with entities seen on Woodward Drive. When one looks at George Washington’s Masonic apron, one sees a peculiar Masonic symbol: four columns at each corner of a square platform. The platform is depicted with more visual perspective than usual, allowing the columns to be read as four number 1’s with a slight space between: 11/11! Now we can begin to understand the reason 11/11 was chosen as a date for Masonic ops. And this symbolism seems to have bled over into Christianity, too, for the four columns may relate to the Bible’s mysterious koan about the “four angels at the corners of the Earth.” As my grandfather, Ed Gibson (a conspiracy theorist and general skeptic) used to say: “For there to be angels at the four corners of the Earth, the Earth would have to be square and flat, now wouldn’t it?”
One likely Masonic operation was the Centralia, WA massacre of 11/11/1919. Even though it could never be proved who shot who first, the deaths of five American Legion veterans on that day was erroneously spun in the media, sparking off a vicious, nationwide crackdown on labor unionists. The Wobblies were accused of shooting the Legionaires in cold blood, leading to mass arrests (such as the Palmer raids) and, in some cases, lynchings of innocent labor organizers. Although it was later shown that the Legionaires had attacked the Wobblies first, the damage to Labor was done, leading to greater hardships for the working class during the ensuing Great Depression. Were the Masons involved in the fight against decent wages? Interestingly, I received a notice on Aug. 12, 2009 that a bookstore in Centralia wanted to buy my copy of a rare book about the incident, The Wobbly War. As many of you know, Aug. 12th was Aleister Crowley’s favorite occult power day, and we have seen covert ops every year during that week of August. Last year, it was the Bigfoot Body and the Texas Chupacabra, both of which turned out to be hoaxes… Like most paranormal hoaxes, these manufactured charades are designed to distract from American military strikes in other parts of the world. Last year the attacks were in Russian Georgia; this year they were in Afghanistan and Pakistan – both of which were hit with U.S. “surges” on or around Aug. 12th.
In the first week of Aug., a Mothman crop circle apparently appeared in Goes, Holland, which was hyped on Coast to Coast – a show that has touted several different hoaxed Mothman photos. Strangely, they have ignored what is likely the only documentable photo of Mothman, taken by Spring Colvin in 1973. Is this because the 1973 photo shows none of the “red eyes” or other “demonic” evidence preferred by the show’s host, George Noory? A week after the hyping of the Mothman crop circle, a lady from Kentucky claimed to have had an apocalyptic dream of Mothman, which was reported to Forteans West. Regardless of whether or not this particular report is legit, the creation of apocalyptic scenarios is a common tactic among agent provocateurs, as it sets up a situation where the subject matter can be easily debunked (when the apocalypse doesn’t pan out). IMHO “Mothman” doesn’t work in apocalyptic ways. The clues are almost always small and indirect, and they are less common in dreams than they are in everyday, synchronistic events. My favorite hoax this August is the “Orbs Over WV Nuke Plant” video, which shows four white orbs flying around the stacks of a WV power plant. The video is very realistic, but not quite “right.” Whether the orbs are doctored into the footage or just real, ordinary drone surveillance craft, the spinning of the orbs as “extraterrestrial” fits the bill. It gets people off of thinking about U.S. aggression and about healthcare reform, which Obama oddly chose to push during the same week – probably because it would be doomed to failure amid so many other distractions.
This year, the idea was floated on Aug. 12th that Manson’s “wife,” Squeaky Fromme, might be soon be released from prison. Two days later, on Aug. 14th, Squeaky was released. Manson’s other old girlfriend, Sara Jane Moore, had been released a few weeks earlier. That same day, Aug. 14th, I put on my “Tour de France” watch and noticed that it had stopped working. The watch had been purchased a year or two prior in Pasadena, while I was there trying to get a feel for Parsons and Cameron, who lived there. Near the end of that trip, I saw a white orb while flying out of Burbank. I looked at my dead watch on Aug. 14th and noticed that it had stopped at 1:11. I looked at the date and it, too, read “1,” even though it was the 14th. Again, we have 11/11. The watch had been working fine previously, raising an interesting question: how did the watch get to be 14 days off while still showing the correct time? Confounded, I reached for my backup watch, made by the Coleman company. Unbelievably, it too had stopped at 1:11!
One can see that these sorts of synchronicities arise in order to give us some kind of information. In a sense, they are shortcuts to secrets that would probably take years to ascertain by normal means. They are wormholes through the vast space of disinformation; and since they usually coincide with elite ops designed to hoodwink the public, they are an invaluable tool in keeping the dream of true democracy alive.