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  1. annspinwall4

    Richard,

    Thanks, I found both books, used, on Amazon (around $9) and was able to find a couple that were Amazon prime so I get free shipping and will have the books by Friday or Saturday. Can’t wait to take a look at both.

    Regards,
    Annette

    1. richard benedict

      @annete

      I am delighted you ordered the books. A necessary book to read help understand Downard is Michel Hoffman’s Secret Societies and Psychological warfare
      www.amazon.com/Societies-Psych…

      Here is the lecture the book is based on

      The idea of masques as mentioned by Carol below is delved into deeply here.

  2. annspinwall4

    Carole,

    I keep forgetting to mention some additional facts regarding the JFK ordeal, facts that may not be known by people that aren’t old enough to remember.

    Since his “assassination” most of the focus and examination has been the ride through Dealy Plaza and the grassy knoll and the shooting. The event happened on a Friday. I was in 7th grade and schools closed early once the news came out. There was no regular TV programming that entire weekend. The nation watched and mourned as the pomp and ceremony continued through the weekend. My father said “I can’t listen to these drums another minute” and had to leave the house.

    I was going to add links to my comment, but hope Ab will put them up so more people will see them. It was truly an elaborate pageant.

    Annette

  3. Carole Thomas

    One concept I have been playing around with recently is “The Masque” – a form of courtly entertainment put on privately for members of the royal family in the 16th/17th centuries. Masques were put on purely for the enjoyment of the royals with an aim to gain patronage by the art of flattery. The masque took the form of an enacted tale or allegory performed by members of the royal household against a background of elaborate stage sets. Is this not similar to what we are seeing today, except that the public get a glimpse of the masque via the mass media and TV and take it for reality, whilst the cogniscenti know who is actually hiding behind the thin veils?
    Here’s what The Book of Knowledge has to say:
    The masque was a form of festive courtly entertainment that flourished in 16th- and early 17th-century Europe, though it was developed earlier in Italy, in forms including the intermedio (a public version of the masque was the pageant). A masque involved music and dancing, singing and acting, within an elaborate stage design, in which the architectural framing and costumes might be designed by a renowned architect, to present a deferential allegory flattering to the patron. Professional actors and musicians were hired for the speaking and singing parts. Often, the masquers who did not speak or sing were courtiers: King James I’s queen consort, Anne of Denmark, frequently danced with her ladies in masques between 1603 and 1611, and Henry VIII and Charles I performed in the masques at their courts. In the tradition of masque, Louis XIV danced in ballets at Versailles with music by Jean-Baptiste Lully.
    en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masque
    en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:I…

    1. annspinwall4

      I decided to leave the JFK funeral links in this comment section. I hope people will see it and check it out. Ab said I can start my on thread on the forum and I might do that later. Just wanted everyone to have an idea of the pageantry…cost was not a consideration.

      www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMqqRa… – day of drums – less than 3 minutes – by youtuber
      HelmerReenberg

      www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiqrUM… – funeral in color – 11 minutes – by youtuber
      HeartInThe60s

      There are numerous videos available on youtube.

      Annette

  4. richard benedict

    Another edifying discussion in what is becoming my favorite audio format. BTW, a classic book that supports John and Ab’s view of the elites is Ferdinand Lunberg’s The Rich and the Super Rich
    www.amazon.com/The-Rich-Super-…

    Lundberg notes that only one family made it into the rich Overlord class in the 2oth century: the Kennedys. Lunberg uses the Kennedys to make the point that the idea of an independent person becoming wealthy in the U.S. is a myth.
    In the opening paragraph of the book, Lunberg aptly points out that the average American would be no worse off that if he or she lived under the iron grip of a hostile dictator as the overwhelming majority work their entire lives and in the end only have a few sticks of furniture to show for it. How true.

    Also, the preeminent book on masonic hazing [and Masonic Sorcery Theatre in general] is James Shelby Downard’s harrowing biography Carnivals of Life and Death
    www.amazon.com/The-Carnivals-L…

    The deus ex machina of masonic sorcery/ media PSYOPS are to be found inside its pages, including the sinister practice of using imposters, as Adam Parfrey himself learned when visiting Downard at Downard’s sister’s house. “She thinks she is my sister,” said Downard sotto voce to Parfrey. “But she is not.”

    Like Annette, I lived through the PSYOPS of the 60’s and 70’s. I especially enjoyed the discussion on the Lewinsky affair vis a vis Wag the Dog. It all is so transparent now when I don my fakologist glasses.

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