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The glossary provides a list of terms used within the Fakeologist community, their origins and explanations.


Term References Description Notes
actor 1. Arts
2. Psyops
1. A person who portrays a character (see: character in the Glossary) in a performance, e.g. theater, film, Literature, etc.
2. An actor who portrays a character in a drill, a Hyper Realistic Drill Portrayed as Real‏‎ - HRDPAR or a staged event which is portrayed as real. Psyop actors are also called crisis actors or LARPers (See: LARP in the Glossary). Depending on the psyop script, the character lifespan can be short, long or even lifetime. Lifetime actors are used e.g. for the MCP psyops psyops.
[MSM 1]
ad hominem General Personal attack used as a tactic to rebutt one's argument by attacking his character or other personal characteristics [MSM 2]
alienland Disinformation and confusion narrative based on the psience' of space travel, Alien Races, UFOs and other fictional narratives altering the perception to an extent, that the ability to discern reality from fiction becomes endangered. See also: Conspiracy narrative
Alpha-journalist A journalist who is directly affiliated to the Military Intelligence Apparatus and has a leading function within a media network. All big western traditional media outlets (previous print media which now are digitalized) are subjected to the guidance of Alpha-Journalists who cooperate directly with Think-tanks of the national intelligence services of each nation state.
alternative media Fakeology 1. Media that seem not to be affiliated to big media cooperations and/or the Military Intelligence Apparatus.
angle 1. Photography, Film
2. Psyops
1. The position from which an object is viewed, photographed or filmed, or along which it travels or acts, typically as measured by its inclination from an implicit horizontal or vertical baseline.
2. See as an example the analysis of the fake imagery depicting the collapse of WTC2 here See also: Fakeology Technology Research
animation See also:
Computer Generated Imagery
From Latin animus: mind, the rational soul in man, intellect, consciousness, will, intention, courage, spirit, sensibility, feeling, passion, pride, vehemence, wrath, breath, life, soul. Animation means a visual medium in which images or objects are manipulated to appear as moving. [MSM 3]
[MSM 4]
asocial distancing Corrective Newspeak Gaia: corrective Newspeak for "social distancing", an oxymoron.
asocial experiment Corrective Newspeak Gaia: corrective Newspeak for "social experiment", an oxymoron.
astronot or astronut Fakeologism. Inside joke for astronaut. See also: psience [ab 1]
Black box psyops Xilefilex, UNreal En plein air psyOps - Intermediate psyOps : Characterization of psyOps depending on the level of opaqueness of the concept and modus operandi. Examples: Black Box psyops > are most aircrash psyops; En plein air psyops > Westminster car attack; Intermediate psyops > Nice truck attack
burden of proof General The burden of proof is a concept to indicate which side in a discussion has the obligation to provide evidence. It is well established in logic, philosophy, science and law, or whenever there is a discussion between two or more viewpoints.
change agent 1. General
2. Fakeology
1. A change agent is anyone who helps an organization transform by improving business processes and interpersonal interactions. Leaders focused on change management or change control are often labeled change agents.
2.Characters within a psyop narrative that have a special objective e.g. as leaders of controlled opposition groups or rabbit trail generators, etc.
character 1. Society
2. Arts
3. Technology
4. Psyops
1. The mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual.
2. A person in a work of art (literature, painting, photo, film, simulation)
3. A letter or symbol
4. A person displayed as part of a psyop playing a specific role.
charlanaut Taner T. See: astronot. [1]
chroma key Film
See also: Computer Generated Imagery
A visual effects/post-production technique for compositing (layering) two images or video streams together based on color hues (chroma range). The technique is used heavily in many fields to remove and replace background from the subject of a photo or video. Also known as bluescreening. [MSM 5]
circular reporting When a report is created by Military Intelligence Apparatus and then a second source relies on that first script as confirmation of a primary source, while in reality both reports were written by the same group. [2]
[ab 2]
COINTELPRO Military Intelligence Apparatus The FBI began COINTELPRO —short for Counterintelligence Program— in 1956 to disrupt the activities of the Communist Party of the United States. In the 1960s, it was expanded to include a number of other domestic groups, such as the Ku Klux Klan, the Socialist Workers Party, and the Black Panther Party. All COINTELPRO operations were ended in 1971. Although limited in scope (about two-tenths of one percent of the FBI’s workload over a 15-year period), COINTELPRO was later rightfully criticized by Congress and the American people for abridging first amendment rights and for other reasons. - Original Definition by FBI. [MSM 6]
Cold War 1.Fakeology Series of psyops of the type communist scare which have been conducted by the military intelligence apparatus during the historical period which extends from the end of WWII untill the end of the Warschau pact.
Computer Generated Imagery
CGI, cgi
General term to describe various techniques for the production of moving images in film, videogames, TV and digital media. Related terms are: Animation, simulation, Virtual Reality, 3D animation, crowd simulation and many more. One of the main characteristic of CGI is, that its visually perceived characters, landscapes and other motives are not representations of real world persons, landscapes, etc., but visual data generated by computer algorithms.
communist scare
red scare
1. PsyOps
2. Fakeology
1. Target culprit of psyops during the so called Cold war.
2. Type of PsyOps used for the construction of the dialectic of warfare from WWII till the end of the Warschau Pact.
confusion 1. Fakeology
2. PsyOps
1. Strategy of the Military Intelligence Apparatus to undermine, disrupt, misdirect and dominate the political discourse.
2. Informal feature of Conspiracy narratives of PsyOps. See: Conspiracy narrative, Fakeology Technology Research
conspiracy General From Latin spīrāre: breathe, expire and con: in common. Conspiracy means a secret plan by a group to act in an unlawful way in order to achieve political or military advantage.
Conspiracy narrative Fakeology Strategy of the Military Intelligence Apparatus to undermine, disrupt, misdirect and dominate the political discourse about PsyOps
conspiracy theory 1. Military Intelligence Apparatus
2. Use
3. Fakeology
1. The term conspiracy theory although not invented by the U.S. military intelligence, was strategically implemented and weaponised by them, as part of the hoax management of the Assassination of JFK PsyOp in order to combat skepticism.
2. The use of the term has two effects:
2.1 To discredit the content of statements, questions and arguments of a debate when attested;
2.2 To discredit the individual integrity of a person attesting him/her mental incapacity, insanity, diminished accountability, incompetency.
3. Concepts of conspiracy narratives which are produced and implemented as part of the strategy of the Military Intelligence Apparatus to undermine, disrupt, misdirect and dominate the political discourse.
[MSM 7]
conspiracy candy Fakeologist Fakeologists use the term to describe a narrative or an element of a narrative that has been produced and implemented as part of the hoax management of a psyop in order to attract the attention of potential researchers with seemingly convincing information and direct him/her to disinforming, time spending and dead end interpretations. See also: Fakeology Technology Research
conspiracy fatigue 1. UNreal
2. Fakeology
The Elite seem to be the ultimate control freaks and leave no field of human activity untouched. Wherever the ‘Nutwork’ have their hands, disinformation follow. What this means for the tiny fraction of alternative researchers that are not covertly part of the power-structure is that we are inundated with new conspiracies and psyops. By now most of us have probably made that very observation; wherever we look closely, things are not what they seem from the outside. It is very effective tactics – we loose our motivation and focus as the rabbit holes get more plentiful, disturbing and ever deeper. This psychological strain makes anyone who offer a way out look attractive and gatekeepers thrive in such scenarios. The temptation is hard to resist, and many buy in – they close down their inquisitive mind. But they are played. To stop any inquiry because of the presence of disinformation is a logical fallacy the Elite incites us to make and that they have planned for us specifically. DBA (discredit by association) is an example of a fallacy that build on Conspiracy Fatigue (CF) and act to end even the most resilient researchers quest: CF is a graveyard of independent thought. And we might all have smelt the seducing perfume of resting within our own conspiracy comfort zones – only we forget this is not how we got to where we are in the first place.
2. Conspiracy fatigue is one of the methods employed by the Military Intelligence Apparatus to undermine research. See also: Conspiracy narrative, Fakeology Technology Research
conspiranoia The prevailing sense that one may feel when they think they have discovered "The Real Truth", as a result of extensive online research into Conspiracy Theories, including the sense that one has become a threat to "Them" because they "Know too much" , or are somehow special apart from their peers. Ref; Targeted Individuals, Gangstalking. [HB 1]
controlled conspiracy media outlet UNreal A media outlet that is produced and distributed by the Military Intelligence Apparatus in order to influence the public in specific directions. Controlled conspiracy media outlets are important for the hoax management. Depending on the envisioned radius of the staged event, they can unfold in several waves and continue their operations over several years or decades. See also: Conspiracy narrative [ab 3]
controlled opposition 1. Military Intelligence Apparatus
2. Fakeology
1. Method to trigger controversy in a specific field of interest.
2. Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of PsyOps. See: Conspiracy narrative
Controlled Demolition-Strategic Relocation Fakeology
With this phrase researcher DaveJ describes the main type of actions that take place during war. It is widely acceepted that the destruction of the infrastructure of the "enemy" - be it a nation state or any other entity - as well as the relocation of its population are two of the central aims of any act of war.
corruption General From Latin corrumpere: mar, bribe, destroy. Dishonest, fraudulent, unethical, immoral, unscrupulous, shameful, unrighteous conduct by anyone in power, with the aim to gain personal profit of any kind.
cover-up 1. General
2. Fakeology
1. To prevent the discovery of the truth about a crime 2. Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of PsyOps. See: Conspiracy narrative
culprit General Person or group responsible for a crime or other misdeed
cut Film Technical term in film and video (post-)production stemming from the time when film was physically cut and put together on a special montage machine. See also: Fakeology Technology Research [MSM 8] [4]
denier Fakeology Weaponword: The word denier has been hijacked into one meaning: someone who doesn’t believe what is obvious and apparent and true or factual to everyone else. [ab 4]
Discredit By Association
1. General
2. Fakeology
1. A method used to discredit a person or a production of his/her because it is associated with established disinformation.
2. Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of PsyOps. See: Conspiracy narrative
Death of Celebrity Person
Fakeology Type of psyops. Describes the end of contract for a prolific media character. The real Individuum (if such was used) who encorporated that character may encorporate another character or retire. See also: Fakeology Technology Research [ab 5]
debunk 1. General
2. Military Intelligence Apparatus
3. Fakeology
1. To demonstrate the falseness of a story, statement, theory.
2. Method to trigger the dialectic of warfare in a specific field of interest using controlled opposition narratives.
3. Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of PsyOps. See: Conspiracy narrative
1. General
2. Fakeology
1. Deliberately cause someone to believe something that is not true, especially for personal gain. Deception: The action of deceiving someone.
2. Fakeology recognizes deception as one of the main methods of the Dispositive of Power to gain, maintain, consolidate and ensure their persistence in time, and to undermine humanity.
[MSM 9]
deceptive language 1. General
2. Fakeology
1. Art of language -written or oral- used consciously in order to deceive. Signs for deceptive laguage: To avoid self-reference; inappropriate present tense usage; Oaths; Answering questions with questions; Equivocation; Alluding to actions; Lack of Detail; Lack of Narrative balance. Synonyms: confusing, equivocal, ambiguous, fallacious, specious, spurious, false, mock, pseudo, illusory, delusive, evasive.
2. Deceptive language is one of the characteristics of disinformation narratives, disinformation agents, conspiracy narratives, controlled conspiracy media outlets and other forms of oral, written, visual or acoustic material produced by the hoax management.
disinformation agent
disinformation artist
1. General
2. Fakeology
1. A person who is a professional in the use of deceptive language.
2. Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of psyops. See: Conspiracy narrative, Hoax management
divide and conquer Latin: dīvide et īmpera; Strategy of gaining and maintaining power by breaking up opponents. [MSM 10]
drill Military Intelligence Apparatus Instruction and/or training in military exercises.
drill >
live drill
1. Military Intelligence Apparatus
2. Fakeology
1. A military exercise whith a realistic scenario played out under real circumstances as training for emergencies, accidents, natural catastrophes, etc.
2. Military live drills can be used to be portrayed by the media as real events. Fakeology calls them then Hyper Realistic Drill Portrayed as Real or HRDPAR PsyOps. See also: Fakeology Technology Research
Elite Gender Inversion
Field of research. Introduction by UNreal: Comparable to a cancer in our society, the elites have made war, misery and disinformation their prime material on which they’ve built their fortune, fame and even nations. The elites seem to be constituted of closely related families across every individual nations borders. Are they jews or gentiles, jesuits or black nobility we often ask ourselves. There seem to exist an invisible bond and a common accord between those in higher positions of power and influence that just seem uncanny. [ab 6]
energy >
free energy
psience The term is part of conspiracy narratives that imply that the Powers that Be do have access to supernatural resources, knowledge, etc. of which they deprive the public in order to use it for their sole advantage. Similar to the dialectics of public interests, there is position and opposition, mainstream and alternative, energy and free energy. In fact the term itself is a contradiction in terms, it is a non-sense term, because speaking of energy implies always the use of a resource for a specific function. The use is managed through a particular technology. Without the parameters of use for a specific function and technology it is obsolete to speak of energy. A waterfall is just a waterfall. Only if there is a powerplant we can speak of the waterfall as a source for energy.
evidence Society The available body of facts or information indicating whether a belief or proposition is true or valid. [MSM 11]
fabrication 1. Workshop or Industry
2. Society 3. Fakeology
1. The process of manufacturing or producing something. 2. An invention; a lie. 3. Material or abstract elements of a psyop which are produced as part of the deceptive content. [MSM 12] [MSM 13]
fake 1. Adjective
2. Noun
3. Verb
1. Not genuine; imitation or counterfeit. 2. A thing or person that is not genuine; a forgery or sham. 3. Forge or counterfeit (something). Pretend to feel or have an emotion, illness, or injury. Make an event appear to happen. [MSM 14]
fakeologist Fakeologist The term was invented by Fakeologist Ab Irato to describe the studies of media and science fakery as Fakeology and himself as Fakeologist. Everyone who studies Fakeology can call himself or herself a fakeologist. It is then written with a small f, while written with a big F it means Fakeologist Ab Irato. Fakeologist Website of Fakeologist about Fakeology, i.e. media fakery, science fakery and psyops. [ab 7]
Fakeology Fakeologist The studies of the art of media fakery, science fakery and other kinds of fraudulent and deceptive productions which aim to manage, regulate, influence, control the perception of reality on a local, regional or worldwide level.
false 1. Not according with truth or fact; incorrect. 2. Made to imitate something in order to deceive. 2.1 Artificial. 2.2 Not sincere. 3. Illusory; not actually so. 4. Disloyal; unfaithful. [MSM 15]
false flag
false flag operation
Military Intelligence Apparatus Covert operation designed and acted out by military means in order to be blamed on a party that is not responsible in fact. [MSM 16]
falsification 1. Society
2. Science theory
1. The term means the process of proving something false. 2. Principle of the scientific process. A statement, hypothesis etc. can be scientific, only if it is falsifiable. [MSM 17]
fascination 1. General
2. Origin
3. Fakeology
1.1 The power to fascinate someone;
1.2 The state of being fascinated. Synonyms: interest, preoccupation, passion, obsession, compulsion, captivation, enchantment, allure, lure, allurement, charm, attraction, intrigue, attractiveness, appeal, magnetism, pull, draw.
2. Latin fascinare: Deceive, hallucinate, obfuscate; Attract irresistibly; Make evil eye. From Latin fasces bundle of rods containing an axe with the blade projecting (plural of fascis bundle of wood), from Proto-Italic *faski- bundle, (source also of Middle Irish basc neckband, Welsh baich load, burden, perhaps also Old English bæst "inner bark of the linden tree"). Carried before a lictor, a superior Roman magistrate, as a symbol of power over life and limb: the sticks symbolized punishment by whipping, the axe-head execution by beheading. Hence in Latin it also meant, figuratively, high office, supreme power.
3. Informal feature of Conspiracy narratives of psyops which are based on attraction, fascination, etc. See: Conspiracy narrative, Fakeology Technology Research
[MSM 18]
fascism 1. Politics
2. Origin
1. Stemming form the Italian Fascist Movement of Benito Mussolini, it has become common term to signify nationalist, racist movements of the far-right spectrum.
2. The origins of the term are from a Roman symbol of judicial authority consisting of a bundle of wooden sticks, with an axe blade embedded in the centre; See also: fascination, term which derives from the same source.
[MSM 19] [MSM 20]
FC Gaia The Force of the Cosmos, be it gravitational, electro-magnetical/charge, ether, whatever. That force that keeps the gigantic harmonious 4D marble set of celestial objects in the Cosmos going.
We can only speculate what it actually is, because mankind can not and will never be able to go into space, see Space fakery.
See also: Gaiavity
fear 1. General
2. Psyops
1. Fear is an anthropological constant and an elementary constituent of existence. 2. The Military Intelligence Apparatus exploits the human trait to fear for psyops and other forms of control. Related: fear porn, fear tactics, fear strategy. See also: Fakeology Technology Research
Female To Male
Elite Gender Inversion - EGI Category within the research into Elite Gender Inversion investigating theory and praxis of female to male gender inversion.
fiction 1. Literature
2. Society
3. Fakeology
1. Literature in the form of prose, especially novels, that describes imaginary events and people. Synonyms: novels, stories, creative writing, imaginative writing, works of the imagination, prose literature, story telling; romance, fable 2. Something that is invented or untrue. Synonyms: fabrication, invention, lies, fibs, concoction, untruth, falsehood, fantasy, fancy, illusion, sham, nonsense; 3. Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of psyops. See: Fakeology Technology Research [MSM 21]
frame Material or abstract form which strengthens and supports something within that form.
framing Conspiring to incriminate someone
fraud Wrongful or criminal deception.
gaslighting To manipulate someone by psychological means into doubting their own sanity. [ab 8]
[MSM 22]
Gaiavity Gaia The attraction of the Earth; the force that makes everything non-floating in the atmosphere or orbiting us naturally fall towards Gaia; be it gravity, ether, density or charge; it's irrelevant in the end; it is little g.
gatekeeper Military Intelligence Apparatus Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of PsyOps. Gatekeeping is a strategy to avoid real critic and analysis of the perpetrator/s and the deceptive event by funding and supporting fake opposisiton outlets, persons in the public sphere and other entities, which analyze only secondary plots of the psyop narrative accepting thus the main narrative as truthfull. See: Conspiracy narrative
gender Socio-Technological term for "sex".
green screen See also: Computer generated imagery,
chroma key
Technique to replace backrounds in moving images in post-production.
guerilla marketing Marketing
Guerrilla marketing is an advertisement strategy concept designed for businesses to promote their products or services in an unconventional way. The original term was coined by Jay Conrad Levinson in his 1984 book ‘Guerrilla Advertising’. The term was inspired by guerrilla warfare which is a form of irregular warfare that relates to the small tactic strategies used by armed civilians. Many of these tactics includes ambushes, sabotage, raids and elements of surprise. Much like guerrilla warfare, guerrilla marketing uses the same sort of tactics in the marketing industry.
Guilt by Association - GBA 1. General
2. Psyops
1. Guilt ascribed to someone not on grounds of evidence but because of their association to some other person or belief. It is, to an extent, a version of a non sequitur.
2. Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of PsyOps used as part of Controlled opposition narratives. See: Conspiracy narrative, Fakeology Technology Research
[MSM 23]
hoax Fakeology
1. Noun
2. Verb
1. A falsehood deliberately fabricated to masquerade as the truth.
2. To trick or deceive someone. The English philologist Robert Nares (1753–1829) says that the word hoax was coined in the late 18th century as a contraction of the verb hocus, which means to cheat, to impose upon or (according to Merrian-Webster) to befuddle often with drugged liquor. Hocus is a shortening of the magic incantation hocus pocus
[MSM 24] [MSM 25]
hoax management Fakeologist The organizational structure of all necessary means for the realization and maintenance of PsyOps. See: Fakeology Technology Research
Holocaust Story The story presented as true, known under the mainstream term Holocaust.
1. General
2. Fakeology
1. Informal: A fraud or swindle.
2. A conman/con, a deceiver. The term was introduced by fakeologist SMJ to describe fraud, deception, trick, racket in the field of psience. E.g. Luis fuckin Alvarez is s hustler; Crystallography is a hustle. See also: See: Fakeology Technology Research
Hyper Realistic Drill Portrayed as Real
Fakeologist Type of psyops which are executed as live realistic drills while they are simultaneously covered by media as real attacks, accidents, etc. Examples of HRDPAR can be found on HRDPAR Feed.
hypothesis A projected explanation on the basis of limited evidence, which is used to further the reseach on the topic in question.
La-la land 1. Fakeology
2. Psyops
1. Disinformation and confusion strategy based on entertainment, aiming at the private capitulation in the face of the complexity of psyops narratives. See also: overload in the Glossary.
2. Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of psyops based on attraction, fascination, etc. See: Conspiracy narrative
LARPer Fakeologist Live Action Role Players. Persons - professional actors or amateurs - used for playing specific roles in psyops.
limited hangout Military Intelligence Apparatus Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of psyops. See: Conspiracy narrative, Fakeology Technology Research
logic Logic (from the Ancient Greek: λογική, translit. logikḗ), originally meaning "the word" or "what is spoken", but coming to mean "thought" or "reason", is generally held to consist of the systematic study of the form of valid inference. [MSM 26]
lone gunman 1. Military Intelligence Apparatus
2. Fakeology
1. A single person with a gun killing one or more others.
2. Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives involving the character of a lone gunman. See: Conspiracy narrative.
lone survivor 1. Military Intelligence Apparatus
2. Fakeology
1. A single person surviving an event (attack, crash, accident, etc.) from a group of people.
2. Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of psyops involving the character lone survivor. See: Conspiracy narrative, lone survivor psyops, Fakeology Technology Research
Male To Female - MTF Elite Gender Inversion
Category within the research into Elite Gender Inversion investigating theory and praxis of male to female gender inversion.
mass shooting Fakeology Type of Psyops involving one or multiple shooters who attack people randomly with guns. This kind of psyops mostly aims at spreading fear about the possession and use of guns in society. Possibly the longer plan of this kind of psyops is to educate next generations in order to concede to give up their constitutional right of carrying guns. Mass shooting psyops can be specified as school shootings, church shootings, theater shootings etc. See also: Mass shooting psyops
media >
mass media
Description of media technologies refering to the target group mass, meaning that the consumers of the information offered by the media do transform the political subject of the public sphere into an indistinctive element of a mass. Relevant terms are mass psychology, mass manipulation, etc.
media >
corporate media
Description of media technologies refering to the ownership of media, meaning that the control of almost all of the media is concentrated in few big cooperations. [CF 1]
media >
social media
Description of media technologies that were enabled by the internet. The term implies that social media are not mass media and not cooperate media but under the control of society. In fact social media are produced and controlled by the same or new big players in the field of communication although they enable forms of exchange that were not possible in previous states of technology.
media fakery Fakeology One of the main fields of research in the Fakeology studies as it is one of the main technological aspects of psyops and deception strategies to abuse the power of public communication in order to manipulate and/or deceive the public.
media fakery warfare Fakeology Warfare conducted by Military means using media fakery technologies for communication and persuasion.
Medical Celebrity Program
Fakeologist Lifetime acting role to help fund unknown diseases or conditions. See: MCP psyops [ab 9]
[ab 10]
medical scare Fakeology A play of words on medical care. Psyops meant to scare the people with mass panic. Examples are AIDS, Ebola, Zika and many others. [HB 2]
memorial 1. General
2. Psyops
1. An object which serves as a focus for memory of a person who has died or an event. Popular forms of memorials include landmark objects or art objects such as sculptures, statues or fountains, and even entire parks. In the age of internet a new form of memorials has errupted, the online virtual memorials.
2. In the field of psyops memorials do fulfill the function of manifesting the psyop in the real world. As a material thing PsyOp memorials commemorate the concept of the psyop, its reasoning, vicsims, impact on society, following actions of retaliation, etc. and they become part of the official historical record. In this way the memorial of a psyop intends to conceal the historical truth about the real event, materializing the differenciation between fiction and reality as a gravestone.
[CF 2]
[CF 3]
[MSM 27]
[MSM 28]
[MSM 29]
Military Intelligence Apparatus
Fakeology Term to signify that the seemingly separated and independent institutions Military, Intelligence, Media, Scientific Institutions (Academia, Think-tanks, Colleges, Universities, Specialized Research Institutions, etc., where the production of Communication Theory and Praxis takes place), the Executive, the Legislature and the Judiciary powers, are no more separated and independent but have merged into an undistinguishable status of mutual interaction, influence, assistance, consent and cooperation. It is unclear who governs the MIA. [MSM 30]
mind control Military Intelligence Apparatus Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of psyops. See: Conspiracy narrative
modus operandi Military Intelligence Apparatus Pattern, scheme, art, way, method of conducting a psyop.
muslim scare Fakeology Fakeological term to describe that the war on terror is in fact a constructed narrative for psychological operations - psyops. The muslim scare was used also in previous historical periods and it was reinvented as the narrative for the 21. Century warfare after the end of the cold war and therefore the end of the narrative of the communist scare or red scare.
narration 1. Society
2. Media
3. Fakeology
1. The act of storytelling which is an anthropological constant. 2. Concepts of variating the storytelling in order to produce interesting, artistic, but also deceptive or manipulative effects. These concepts differ depending on the technichal potentials of the media and the creativity of the producers. 3. The theory and praxis of narration builts a core element of psyops as they aim to become integrated into the public discourse as a natural phaenomenon.
narrative 1. General
2. Psyops
1. General term which describes the storyline of an event, an experience, a plan, a story. 2. The concept of a psyops. See: Fakeology Technology Research
Native advertisment Fakeology
New World Order
1. Military Intelligence Apparatus
2. Fakeology
1.1 Term used in international politics to describe a new period in world history signed by significant changes. One of the first uses of the term was in Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points and in a Call for a League of Nations following the devastation of World War I. See: [1]
1.2 Conspiracy narrative implemented to prevent, inhibit and/or prohibit the political discours about the form of governance after the end of nation states. [2]. Multiple artifacts support this narrative, beginning with H.G. Wells, The New World Order. See: Fakeology Technology Research
Noble lie Fakeology
Nobody Died Nobody Got Hurt
Nobody Died Nobody Got Hurt is a slogan introduced by researcher David Johnson. With this phrase DaveJ proposes to differentiate strictly between real accidents, natural or human made events that are not planned and executed by the military intelligence apparatus and those events, that are conceptualized, planned and executed by the military intelligence apparatus or other specialized organizations as psyops.

The concept of psyops in fact does not include the occurrance of real victims or injuries, it includes only the destruction of material and the mediated propaganda of the psyop narrative.

nuclear scare Fakeology One of the main scare narratives and a category of Psyops of the Military Intelligence Apparatus involving media fakery and science fakery, aiming at threatening the world with a major destruction by the use of nuclear weapons.
Nuke Hoax Fakeology Discourse Psyop involving media fakery and science fakery, aiming at threatening the world with a major destruction by the use of nuclear weapons.
Nutwork Simon Shack Simon Shack describes it as follows: "media fakery is the weapon of mass distraction used by a pesky network of nutty power brokers (I like to call it "The Nutwork") to fool the world to their advantage. It has worked out nicely for them for centuries, for such is the essence of human nature that, when squarely duped, a man's ego will prefer to ignore the fact rather than dealing with it. The Nutwork and their subservient media conglomerates have long been well aware of this inherent weakness of mankind; their news-hoaxing tricks are routinely employed to generate incalculable profits and public consensus for waging murderous, barbaric wars of aggression. But their insane obsession for mass mind-control is now turning against them. Their wretched deception ploys are now exploding in their faces - one by one." [CF 4]
occult 1. General
2. Fakeology
1.1 Verb: To cover or hide from view; To dissimulate, conceal, or obfuscate.
1.2. Adj.: Hidden from general knowledge, undetected; Related to the occult, pertaining to mysticism, magic, or astrology.
2. Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of PsyOps involving features of mystery, suspense, fear, superphysical powers and knowledge, etc.. See: Conspiracy narrative, Fakeology Technology Research
opposition >
controlled opposition
1. Military Intelligence Apparatus
2. Fakeology
1. Method to create a dialectic of warfare in a specific field of interest.
2. Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of PsyOps. See: Conspiracy narrative, Fakeology Technology Research
overload 1. General
2. Military Intelligence Apparatus
3. Fakeology
1. Load with too great a burden or cargo. 1.1 Give excessive work, responsibility, or information to. 1.2 Put too great a demand on an electrical system.
2. As part of the Hoax management the method of overload means the distribution of too many information (information overlod) about too many possible (conspiratorial) narratives within a psyop. See also: Conspiracy fatigue
3. Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of psyops. See: Conspiracy narrative,
[MSM 23]
1. Military Intelligence Apparatus
2. Fakeology
1. The targeted group of a Psychological Operation - psyop. They are accused of having conducted an attack or other criminal offence.
2. The so accused perpetrators are the target culprit of a military intelligence psyop
photo analysis 1. Gerenal
2. Fakeology
1. Analysis of imagery for several reasons depending on the context.
2. Photo analysis in Fakeology focuses on researching Rendering, Shadows, Proportion, Texture, Color Blending, Detail, C4D Use, Enhancing and other techniques in order to find evidence of manipulation in the material that is produced in the context of psyops. See also: Fakeology Technology Research
Photoshop Computer program used widely for editing digital imagery, regardless if it is of photographic origin or computer generated. See also: Computer Generated Imagery
predictive programming 1. Military Intelligence Apparatus
2. Fakeology
1. Term to describe media productions and publications from the time before the event takes place, as if they were produced to programm the people for the upcoming event. See also: Conspiracy narrative .
2. Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of psyops.
prescriptive programming 1. Kham
2. Psyops
1. Kham introduced this term to describe the fact that media productions and publications before a planned staged event do in fact announce the script of the upcoming event that shall be accepted and propagandized as reality by the media. See also: Conspiracy narrative
2. Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives. See: Conspiracy narrative
[ab 11]
production All that originates in human activity.
propaganda See also: History of PsyOps Technology Misleading, misinforming biased content, used to promote a political cause and /or war. [ab 12]
psience Fakeology Fusion from Greek: ψ (for psychology) and ψεύδο (for false, fake, untrue) and science; false non-empirical science used to conduct psychological operations.
Psychological Operation,
psyop, PsyOp
Psyop, psyOp
Military Intelligence Apparatus Organized plan which executed aims to change the perception of reality on a local, regional or worldwide level. See also: History of PsyOps Technology [5]
rabbit trail Military Intelligence Apparatus Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of psyops. See: Conspiracy narrative, Fakeology Technology Research
revelation of the method Revelation of the Method means the last stages and the strongest form of human subjection: When you tell someone what you are doing to them – murder, mayhem, kidnap, rape, you name it – and they do nothing to stop you or protect themselves, you have created a doubly enslaved subject. </ref>
script, scripted 1. Film
2. Fakeology
1. A screenplay or script is a written work by screenwriters for a film, video game, or television program.
2. A screenplay or script is a written work by screenwriters for a military psyOp
science Intellectual and practical activity to systematically study the structure and behaviour of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment. [MSM 31]
science fakery Fakeology One of the main fields of research in the Fakeology investigating psyops and deceptive strategies in the field of science.
shill Urban dictionary: "A person engaged in covert advertising. The shill attempts to spread buzz by personally endorsing the product in public forums with the pretense of sincerity, when in fact he is being paid for his services." [MSM 32]
sleeper shill
Fakeologist Fakeologism, play with the propaganda narrative of sleeper cell and the controlled opposition element of shill.
shot 1. Weapons
2. Photography
3. Film
1. The firing of a gun
2. A photograph
3. A film sequence taken continuously by one camera.
establishing shot
1. Film
2. Psyops
1. A long shot at the start of a scene or sequence that shows things from a distance giving an overview of the situation. Often an aerial shot, it is intended to help identify and orient the location or time for the scene and action that follow.
2. As psyops are mediated events, based on the technology of Television, Newspapers and Digital Media outlets, it has become an important aspect of psyops to produce and distribute visually recognizable memes for the conducted events. The establishing shot has therefore become a new specific function and form within the theory and praxis of psyops.
shooting 1. Weapons
2. Photography
3. Film
4. Psyops
1. Incident of shooting.
2. Session of photographic work.
3. Session of filming on set.
4. Category of psyops involving one or more characters conducting a shooting in several mostly public locations. Types: school shooting, mass shooting, theater shooting, church shooting, etc.
simulation 1. General
2. Psyops
1. Term to describe the loss of distinctions between images - also moving images, models, systems, concepts - and reality as a consequence of digital technologies that enable the production of images - also moving images, models, systems, concepts - that have no representational relation to reality. Further reading: Walter Benjamin, The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction and Jean Baudrillard, Simulacra and Simulation. 2. Term used to describe characters, narratives or complete psyop events that are fabricated, constructed and acted out as being real. See also: Fakeology Technology Research
sim Abbr. for simulation or simulated
simformation Hoi Polloi From sim (simulation) and information: For the needs of psyops the Military Intelligence Apparatus produces information which is completely fabricated. See also: Fakeology Technology Research
sim character Fakeology A simulated character. A character that is completely fictitious. (See also: character in the Glossary
sim victim
Hoi Polloi A simulated victim. A victim that is completely fictitious is a vicsim. Vicsims can be called also virtual victims. See also: Fakeology Technology Research
smoking gun Fakeology 1. Element of controlled opposition outlets.
2. Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of psyop. See: Conspiracy narrative, See also: Fakeology Technology Research
Space fakery
or NASA hoax
Fakeology Field of research investigating media fakery used by the NASA, the Soviet space program and other Agencies, to present to the public material about alleged space travel, Moon landings and other fictional stories.
Space travel Fakeology Category of Psyops based on several psiences e.g. Astrophysics, Relativity Theory, Rocket Engineering, etc. portraying and propagating to travel to places outside the world.
Spiritual murder A selfish act of bringing other's mind/spirit/mood into a state of mourning by for example the false witness of death, etc. Example: The period (Minute of Silence) during which a reported "death" is mourned (bewail, bemoan, grieve).
story 1. General
2. Media
3. Society
4. Fakeology
1. Account of imaginary or real people and events told for entertainment. Synonyms: tale, narrative, account, recital; anecdote; chronicle, history;
1.1 Plot or storyline. Synonyms: plot, storyline, scenario, chain of events; diegesis
1.2 Piece of gossip; a rumour. Synonyms: piece of hearsay, whisper, speculation;
1.3 False statement; lie. Synonyms: fib, falsehood, untruth, fabrication, fiction, piece of fiction; fairy story, fairy tale, cock and bull story, shaggy-dog story, whopper, fish story;
2. Report of an item of news in a newspaper, magazine, or broadcast. Synonyms: news item, news report, article, feature, piece, exposé, spoiler, scoop
3. Account of past events, experiences or in the development of something. Synonyms: testimony, statement, report, account, version, description, representation.
4. The core narrative of a Military PsyOp. See also: Fakeology Technology Research
storyboard Film A sequential series of illustrations, stills, rough sketches and/or captions of events, as seen through the camera lens, that outline the various shots, indicate camera angles, blocking of actors, and the size of the frame; they provide a synopsis for a proposed film story (or for a complex scene) with its action and characters; the storyboards are displayed in sequence for the purpose of visually mapping out and crafting the various shot divisions and indicating camera movements in an animated or live-action film; a blank storyboard is a piece of paper with rectangles drawn on it to represent the camera frame (for each successive shot); a sophisticated type of preview-storyboard (often shot and edited on video, with a soundtrack) is termed an animatic. [MSM 33]
strategy 1. Military Intelligence Apparatus
2. Fakeology
1. In the context of the state, strategy is the employment of specific instruments of power - political, diplomatic, economic, military, and informational - to achieve the political objectives of the state, in cooperation or in competition with other actors pursuing their own — possibly conflicting — objectives.
1.2 Strategy is about the future.
1.3. Strategy is not planning.
1.4 Strategic concepts provide direction and boundaries for subordinate strategies and planning.
2. Fakeology studies the technology of psyops- media fakery, science fakery, others - and the grand narrative or grand strategy, of which they are elements.
2.1 Fakeology theorizes the instruments of power of psyops producing interpretations about the means and ends of the strategy, its subordinate strategies etc. See also: Fakeology Technology Research
[MSM 34]
strategy of tension 1. Military Intelligence Apparatus
2. Fakeology
1. Geopolitical strategy of the Angloamerican Empire from 1945-1991 with multiple psyops in many countries mostly in Europe.
2. Grand Geopolitical narrative of the Military Intelligence Apparatus of the Angloamerican Empire from 1945-1991 used as a reference frame for multiple psyops most of which have not yet been researched from a fakological point of view.
[MSM 35] [6] [MSM 36] [MSM 37]
template 1. General
2. Psyops
1. A shaped piece of rigid material used as a pattern for processes such as cutting out, shaping, or drilling.
1.1 Something that serves as a model for others to copy.
1.2 Computing A preset format for a document or file.
2. Modus operandi of psyops. See also: Fakeology Technology Research
[MSM 38]
theory Human capacity, trait, characteristic, ability to contemplate;
Unintentional form of undirected attention, as an art of imagining.
transgender 1. Etymology
2. Origin
3. Usage
4. Fakeology Research
1. From: trans- across, beyond, through, changing thoroughly, transverse and gender
2. The term transgender was coined by John Oliven (1965) and popularized by various transgender people. [MSM 39]
3. Transgender is an umbrella term (adj.) for people whose gender identity and/or gender expression differs from the sex they were assigned at birth. The term may include but is not limited to: transsexuals, cross-dressers and other gender-variant people. Transgender people may or may not decide to alter their bodies hormonally and/or surgically.[MSM 40][MSM 41]
4. See: Transgender Agenda, Elite Gender Inversion [7] [ab 13], Transvestigation[8]
transhumanism 1. General
2. Fakeology
1. The belief or theory that the human race can evolve beyond its current physical and mental limitations, especially by means of science and technology.[MSM 42]
truther or truth seeker 1. General
2. Military Intelligence Apparatus
3. Fakeology
1. One who seeks for the truth.
2. Element for controlled opposition narratives.
3. Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of psyops. See also: Conspiracy narrative, Fakeology Technology Research
unobtainium Prescient Fakeologism; Inside joke: Material used for challenger's rocket hook, terrorist passports and mobile phones that stop bullets
victim A person harmed, injured, or killed as a result of a crime, accident, or other event or action.
vicsim Hoi Polloi Fusion of victim and simulated, created by Hoi Polloi in his research about the events of September 11, 2001 where none of the alleged victims could be verified as a real person but they were found to be simulated virtual characters. [CF 5]
Vicsim Report Hoi Polloi Results of the investigation into the alleged victims of the 9/11 psyop. [CF 5]
virtual See also: Computer Generated Imagery 1. Almost or nearly as described, but not completely according to strict definition.
2. Not real, not physically existent. The term is often used interchangeable with simulated or simulation.
[MSM 43]
[MSM 44]
virus 1. psience
2. Informatics
wall of tears Informal strategy of Conspiracy narratives of psyops designed to prohibit the investigation about the real ciscumstances and whereabouts of the announced victims, by appealing to the common understanding, that it is a hybris to not respect the dead. See: Conspiracy narrative
war 1. Military Intelligence Apparatus
2. Fakeology
witness A person who sees with his or her own eyes an event, a crime or an accident, take place. In the context of a psyop witnesses are part of the concept and management and played out by actors. The characters they incorporate can be a wounded person, police or first responders, media personnell and many more depending on the script of the psyops].
witness >
sleeper witness
Fakeology In case of psyops with a longterm narrative management, sleeper witnesses enter the stage at a predetermined time after the event in order to fulfill specific roles.

See also





  1. HBC Discord channel, February 2018
  2. John Adams Afternoon Commute w/ Andreas - September 29, 2016 - around 2:23 h


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