Einstein psyOp

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Lux brings up on cluesforum.info the . I look at Einstein like a or Mozart: an entity created to promote a mythical new way of thinking called the theory of relativity and perhaps give a face to the nuclear myth. Humans need names and faces to follow and these entities are the best way to lead them. Build up the next messiah of ___ and you’ll get a crowd, no matter how smart the crowd thinks they are. Those that lead us have studied the oldest science in the world: how to manipulate humans and make them do what they want willingly.

I think Einstein has a lot to do with these science problems you mentioned. Or I should say, the Einstein Psy-op because that’s what I believe it was (and still is).

Science was different before Einstein and the media creation of him as a sort of physics god is what brought about that change which is still with us today.

The idea that Einstein was a fraud is certainly not new but the question I’ve never seen asked about him is WHY? Why was Einstein created?

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9 thoughts on “Einstein psyOp

  1. wolfman9

    To obscure the nature of reality, rockstars of religious science cults emerge. I think Tesla’s theories are closer to the ‘truth’ but, his story, the one we have been given, doesn’t ring entirely true to me, either. Obviously, the subject matter must be important, if there is such an effort being undertaken to distort..

    The buddhist teach that, the nature of reality or, reality of nature, is beyond existence and nonexistence. When I start to get all confused about what is the ‘truth’, somehow I seem to remember this concept, at times. There appears to be an underlining truth in all forms that are presented to us. When one tries to cling to the ideas or appearances of different forms (usually some kind of judgement, good or bad), the attempt is to lock a specific ‘truth’ into place. The ‘truth’, to me, seems to always be changing. It seems one can always look at the forms from a different angle and henceforth, have a new ‘experience’ of what the ‘truth’ is for them, at any particular moment. If one can let go of judgement and flow with the ever changing forms and appearances of forms, the ‘truth’ than can express itself without our ego minds trying to control it (as if it could). I sense that there is a underlining ‘truth’, we will probably never look at it entirely the same way but, that’s ok, because ultimately, it is the same truth, we all just have unique ways of looking at it. By allowing myself to have my OWN perception of things, I feel much more at ease allowing others to have their perception of things.

    I feel that people are most likely controlled by the judgements that they hold on to. There is no way to be jerked around if you are not holding on to judgements. Literally, it is a marketing technique to appeal to people’s cognitive biases and sensibilities, and we are usually given suggestions on how to judge things. Buy judging something, one is trying to limit the ever changing nature of the ‘truth’, trying to put it in a box, defining it. Is the truth ‘definable’ (definite)? Or is it, perhaps, ‘infinite’? I attempt to convey my truth but, I know these are just words, they are not the actual experience of whatever it is I am talking about, I can only give symbolic approximation of it. At that point, everybody starts seeing it their own way. If one uses their words affectively, it usually seems to have the ability to describe, more or less, ‘universal’ experience and can remind us of a ‘truth’ in all of us, no?..

    May seem like a stretch to live without judgement but, is it not possible to recognize what one’s place is and do what they feel is necessary? Isn’t that what everyone is attempting to do anyway? How does one ‘just do it’, instead? I think ‘judgement’ will keep one going in circles (even to judge judgement, ha!) but, the trick seems to find the ‘discernment’ (no emotion necessary, which usually comes from judgement) to navigate into new worlds, honoring possibility and the ever changing forms.

    Stand in your OWN truth, NOW and you’ve WON! Cheers!! ?

  2. Carole Thomas

    Don ‘t forget Shakespeare who might well have been a spy as well as an actor – he certainly wasn ‘t the Author:-)
    He lived at the same time as John Dee – Elizabeth I’s house magician, originator of the term “The British Empire”, and template for James Bond:
    John Dee was the “15th century bearded Welsh genius, the original 007. He used the now famous signature to inform the then queen that letters were for her eyes only.

    “In 2004 two things were ( a11egedly) stolen from the Science Museum in London by ‘a man in a long black coat’ – Dr Dee’s ‘crystal ball’ and a statement on the ball’s use by the 17th century astrologer and botanist Nicholas Culpeper. ”


  3. LusitAna

    and what about Pasteur, the creator of “the germ theory of disease”? Another unquestionable myth?

    After his ‘work’ we had vaccines and pasteurization.

    There are at least two books on the subject, ‘Pasteur Exposed’ (1923), by Ethel Hume and ‘The Dream & Lie of Louis Pasteur’ (1942) by R. B. Pearson.

    In the same fashion, we had Freud widely accepted as the father of modern psychology and psychiatry.

    1. Carole Thomas

      Thanks for the book tips – will certainly check them out. For the best expose( IMO) of the corrupt medical industry as well as good nutrition tips, check out Ray Peat. He is over 80, an artist as well as an endocronologist and has written a slew of newsletters, some of which are available at his website. He is a strange attractor – his writing style is dense and erudite and the feeling you get by reading through them is a little like watching September Clues – you don ‘t get it first time but you keep coming back for more because it turns your world upside down. Here ‘s a sample


      W hen I first discovered him, he was relatively inknown on the internet, but over the last few years many fan websites have sprung up here and there. He is truly the Simon Shack of nutrition:-)

      1. LusitAna

        Thanks Carole. I discovered about Ray Peat about 8 months ago. You’re right, his language doesn’t help understanding the information. I tend to save my energy for the theories that make sense and that I don’t perceive as complicated – maybe they’re not complicated for others, it works for them and it’s fine. I don’t believe in universal formulas, rather in first hand experience. I’m glad you found Dr. Ray Peat’s and that it works for you. Maybe it’ll make total sense to me someday, who knows? I do appreciate you bringing it up so other can see it and know the information exists.

        I liked Dr. Peat’s idea that it’s good to stuff my face with candy and ice-cream. 😀
        I know, it isn’t exactly what he defends.

        One of the pasteur books I mentioned is available online here:

        Have you heard about Dr. Hamer (German New Medicine)? IMO, cancer is another psyop and what a relief it was for me to look into his research!


        1. Carole Thomas

          I live in Germany and love Dr Hamer and Dr Budwig’s approach. ( Quark anyone?) Dr Peat also refers to the German school. It seems common sense and medical research was hijacked in the early 19th century by Big Industry. That’s why we eat polyunsaturated fats ( aka paint thinners) instead of saturated fats ( aka real food ), as industry needed to dispose of its waste profitably.
          Thanks for the links and stay well:-)

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