The Men Who Stare At Goats

 

In a recent book, I COULD TELL YOU BUT THEN YOU WOULD HAVE TO BE DESTROYED BY ME: Emblems from the Pentagon’s Black World,” author Trevor Paglen has documented, detailed, described and disseminated the bizarre communication rituals, ancient mingled with contemporary, which are extraordinarily obvious, strikingly specific in design with the precision of a master communicator intended for ‘the initiated‘ or flagrantly flaunted with purpose for “those who have eyes to see.”

 

President GW Bush reading a book about ‘goats’ when he learned of the second plane on 9/11/2001.

Using documents and testimonials furnished by the Freedom of Information Act, Mr. Paglen follows the paths of the guides and gestures these emblems discreetly articulate. The ‘off the cuff’ explanation of these symbols deny a voluminous and extensive program of darkness: one that was not to be penetrated until implemented and which has grown exponentially since September 11, 2001. The use of subliminals and psychological tactics for warfare is not a recent development: ancient tablets and scrolls validate some remarkably sophisticated methods.

Using our modern background as a springboard, author and pastor Russ Dizdar ofShatter The Darkness Ministry, is exposing the unseen and quite often innocuous methods by which the US Military has been infiltrated by malignant and malevolent forces.

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Sue Bradley 2008   © 2008 Sue Bradley|RaidersNewsNetwork

smbrad1229@aol.com   smbrad1229@gmail.com

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