Perspective, Use It or Lose It!


We are the most conditioned, programmed beings the world has ever known. Not only are our thoughts and attitudes continually being shaped and molded; our very awareness of the whole design seems like it is being subtly and inexorably erased. The doors of our perception are carefully and precisely regulated. Who cares, right?


It is an exhausting and endless task to keep explaining to people how most issues of conventional wisdom are scientifically implanted in the public consciousness by a thousand media clips per day. In an effort to save time, I would like to provide just a little background on the handling of information in this country. Once the basic principles are illustrated about how our current system of media control arose historically, you might be more apt to question any given story in today's news. If everybody believes something, it's probably wrong.


We call that Conventional Wisdom. In America, conventional wisdom that has mass acceptance is usually contrived: somebody paid for it. Examples:

  • Pharmaceuticals restore health

  • Vaccination brings immunity

  • The cure for cancer is just around the comer

  • When a child is sick, she needs immediate antibiotics

  • When a child has a fever he needs Tylenol

  • Hospitals are safe and clean

  • America has the best health care in the world

And many, many more! This is a list of illusions that have cost billions and billions to conjure up. Did you ever wonder why you never see the President speaking publicly unless he is reading? Or why most people in this country think generally the same about most of the above issues? Well, let's look at how this set-up got started in the first place. In a book titled, "Trust Us We're Experts", Stauber and Rampton pull together some compelling data describing the science of creating public opinion in America.


They trace modem public influence back to the early part of the last century, highlighting the work of guys like Edward L. Bernays, the Father of Spin. From his own amazing chronicle Propaganda, we learn how Edward L. Bernays took the ideas of his famous uncle Sigmund Freud himself, and applied them to the emerging science of mass persuasion. The only difference was that instead of using these principles to uncover hidden themes in the human unconscious, the way Freudian psychology does, Bemays used these same ideas to mask agendas and to create illusions that deceive and misrepresent, for marketing purposes.


Bemays dominated the PR (Public Relations) industry until the 1940s, and was a significant force for another 40 years after that. During all that time, Bernays took on hundreds of diverse assignments to create a public perception about some idea or product. A few examples: As a neophyte with the Committee on Public Information, one of Bemays' first assignments was to help sell the First World War to the American public with the idea to "Make the World Safe for Democracy." A few years later, Bernays set up a stunt to popularize the notion of women smoking cigarettes. In organizing the 1929 Easter Parade in New York City, Bemays showed himself as a force to be reckoned with.


He organized the Torches of Liberty Brigade in which suffragettes marched in the parade smoking cigarettes as a mark of women's liberation. Such publicity followed from that one event that from then on women have felt secure about destroying their own lungs in public, the same way that men have always done. Bemays also popularized the idea of bacon for breakfast. Not one to turn down a challenge, he set up the advertising format along with the AMA that lasted for nearly 50 years proving that cigarettes are beneficial to health. Just look at ads in issues of Life or Time from the 40s and 50s.


Bernay's job was to reframe an issue; to create a desired image that would put a particular product or concept in a desirable light. Bemays described the public as a 'herd that needed to be led.' And this herd like thinking makes people "susceptible to leadership." Bemays never deviated from his fundamental axiom to "control the masses without their knowing it." The best PR happens with the people unaware that they are being manipulated.


Stauber describes Bernays' rationale like this:

"the scientific manipulation of public opinion was necessary to overcome chaos and conflict in a democratic society."

These early mass persuaders postured themselves as performing a moral service for humanity in general - democracy was too good for people; they needed to be told what to think, because they were incapable of rational thought by themselves.


Here's a paragraph from Bernays' Propaganda:

"Those who manipulate the unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. We are governed, our minds molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested largely by men we have never heard of. This is a logical result of the way in which our democratic society is organized. Vast numbers of human beings must cooperate in this manner if they are to live together as a smoothly functioning society. In almost every act of our lives whether in the sphere of politics or business in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses. It is they who pull the wires that control the public mind."

Once the possibilities of applying Freudian psychology to mass media were glimpsed, Bemays soon had more corporate clients than he could handle. Global corporations fell all over themselves courting the new Image-Makers. There were dozens of goods and services and ideas to be sold to a susceptible public. Over the years, these players have had the money to make their images happen. A few examples:

  • Philip Morris

  • Pfizer

  • Union Carbide

  • Allstate

  • Monsanto

  • Eli Lilly

  • Tobacco industry

  • Ciba Geigy lead industry

  • Coors

  • DuPont

  • Clorox

  • Shell Oil

  • Standard Oil

  • Procter & Gamble

  • Boeing

  • General Motors

  • Dow Chemical

  • General Mills

  • Goodyear

Though world-famous within the PR industry, the companies have names we don't know, and for good reason. The best PR goes unnoticed. For decades they have created the opinions that most of us were raised with, on virtually any issue which has the remotest commercial value, including:

  • Pharmaceutical drugs vaccines

  • Medicine as a profession alternative medicine

  • Fluoridation of city water chlorine

  • Household cleaning products tobacco

  • Dioxin global warming

  • Leaded gasoline cancer research and treatment

  • Pollution of the oceans forests and lumber

  • Images of celebrities, including damage control crisis and disaster management

  • Genetically modified foods aspartame

  • Food additives processed foods dental amalgams

Lesson #1


Bernays learned early on that the most effective way to create credibility for a product or an image was by "independent third-party" endorsement. For example, if General Motors were to come out and say that global warming is a hoax thought up by some liberal tree-huggers, people would suspect GM's motives, since selling automobiles makes GM's fortune.


If however some independent research institute with a very credible sounding name like the Global Climate Coalition comes out with a scientific report that says global warming is really a fiction, people begin to get confused and to have doubts about the original issue.


So that's exactly what Bemays did. With a policy inspired by genius, he set up "more institutes and foundations than Rockefeller and Carnegie combined." Quietly financed by the industries, whose products were being evaluated, these "independent" research agencies would chum out "scientific" studies and press materials that could create any image their handlers wanted.


Such front groups are given high-sounding names like:

  • Temperature Research Foundation Manhattan Institute

  • International Food Information Council Center for Produce Quality

  • Consumer Alert Tobacco Institute Research Council

  • The Advancement of Sound Science Coalition Cato Institute

  • Air Hygiene Foundation American Council on Science and Health

  • Industrial Health Federation

  • Global Climate Coalition

  • International Food Information

  • Council Alliance for Better Foods

Sound pretty legit don't they?


As Stauber explains, these organizations and hundreds of others like them are front groups whose sole mission is to advance the image of the global corporations who fund them, like those listed before. This is accomplished in part by an endless stream of 'press releases' announcing "breakthrough" research to every radio station and newspaper in the country. Many of these canned reports read like straight news, and indeed are purposely molded in the news format.


This saves journalists the trouble of researching the subjects on their own, especially on topics about which they know very little. Entire sections of the release or in the case of video news releases, the whole thing can be just lifted intact, with no editing, given the byline of the reporter or newspaper or TV station - and voila! Instant news - copy and paste. Written by corporate PR firms. Does this really happen?


Every single day, since the 1920s when the idea of the News Release was first invented by Ivy Lee. Sometimes as many as half the stories appearing in an issue of the Wall St. Journal are based solely on such PR press releases. These types of stories are mixed right in with legitimately researched stories. Unless you have done the research yourself, you won't be able to tell the difference.


As 1920s spin pioneers like Ivy Lee and Edward Bemays gained more experience, they began to formulate rules and guidelines for creating public opinion. They learned quickly that mob psychology must focus on emotion, not facts. Since the mob is incapable of rational thought, motivation must be based not on logic but on presentation. Here are some of the axioms of the new science of PR:

  • Technology is a religion unto itself

  • If people are incapable of rational thought, real democracy is dangerous

  • Important decisions should be left to experts

  • When reframing issues, stay away from substance; create images

  • Never state a clearly demonstrable lie

Words are very carefully chosen for their emotional impact. Here's an example.

A front group called the International Food Information Council handles the public's natural aversion to genetically modified foods. Trigger words are repeated all through the text. Now in the case of GM foods, the public is instinctively afraid of these experimental new creations which have suddenly popped up on our grocery shelves which are said to have DNA alterations.

The IFIC wants to reassure the public of the safety of GM (genetic modified) foods, so it avoids words like:

Franken foods Hitler biotech Chemical DNA experiments Manipulate money safety Scientists radiation roulette Gene-splicing gene gun random Instead, good

PR for GM foods contains words like:

hybrids natural order beauty choice bounty cross-breeding diversity earth farmer organic wholesome It's basic Freudian/Tony Robbins word association.

The fact that GM foods are not hybrids that have been subjected to the slow and careful scientific methods of real crossbreeding doesn't really matter. This is pseudoscience, not science. Form is everything and substance just a passing myth. Who do you think funds the International Food Information Council? Take a wild guess. Right - Monsanto, DuPont, Frito-Lay, Coca-Cola, Nutrasweet - those in a position to make fortunes from GM foods.


As the science of mass control evolved, PR firms developed further guidelines for effective copy. Here are some of the gems:

  • Dehumanize the attacked party by labeling and name-calling

  • Speak in glittering generalities using emotionally positive words

  • When covering something up, don't use plain English; stall for time; distract

  • Get endorsements from celebrities, churches, sports figures, street people - anyone who has no expertise in the subject at hand

  • The 'plain folks' ruse: us billionaires are just like you

  • When minimizing outrage, don't say anything memorable, point out the benefits of what just happened, and avoid moral issues

Keep this list. Start watching for these techniques. Not hard to find - look at today's paper or tonight's TV news. See what they're doing; these guys are good! PR firms have become very sophisticated in the preparation of news releases.


They have learned how to attach the names of famous scientists to research that those scientists have not even looked at. This is a common occurrence. In this way the editors of newspapers and TV news shows are often not even aware that an individual release is a total PR fabrication. Or at least they have "deniability," right?


Stauber tells the amazing story of how leaded gas came into the picture. In 1922, General Motors discovered that adding lead to gasoline gave cars more horsepower. When there was some concern about safety, GM paid the Bureau of Mines to do some fake "testing" and publish spurious research that 'proved' that inhalation of lead was harmless.


Enter Charles Kettering. Founder of the world famous Sloan-Kettering Memorial Institute for medical research, Charles Kettering also happened to be an executive with General Motors. By some strange coincidence, we soon have the Sloan Kettering institute issuing reports stating that lead occurs naturally in the body and that the body has a way of eliminating low level exposure.


Through its association with The Industrial Hygiene Foundation and PR giant Hill & Knowlton, Sloane Kettering opposed all anti-lead research for years. Without organized scientific opposition, for the next 60 years more and more gasoline became leaded, until by the 1970s, 90 of our gasoline was leaded. Finally it became too obvious to hide that lead was a major carcinogen, and leaded gas was phased out in the late 1980s.


But during those 60 years, it is estimated that some 30 million tons of lead were released in vapor form onto American streets and highways. 30 million tons! That is PR, my friends. In 1993 a guy named Peter Huber wrote a new book and coined a new term. The book was Galileo's Revenge and the term was junk science. Huber's shallow thesis was that real science supports technology, industry, and progress. Anything else was suddenly junk science.


Not surprisingly, Stauber explains how Huber's book was supported by the industry-backed Manhattan Institute. Huber's book was generally dismissed not only because it was so poorly written, but because it failed to realize one fact: true scientific research begins with no conclusions. Real scientists are seeking the truth because they do not yet know what the truth is. True scientific method goes like this:

1.  Form a hypothesis

2.  Make predictions for that hypothesis

3.  Test the predictions

4.  Reject or revise the hypothesis based on the research findings

Boston University scientist Dr. David Ozonoff explains that ideas in science are themselves like,

"living organisms that must be nourished, supported, and cultivated with resources for making them grow and flourish."

Great ideas that don't get this financial support because the commercial angles are not immediately obvious - these ideas wither and die. Another way you can often distinguish real science from phony is that real science points out flaws in its own research. Phony science pretends there were no flaws.


Contrast this with modem PR and its constant pretensions to sound science. Corporate sponsored research, whether it's in the area of drugs, GM foods, or chemistry begins with predetermined conclusions. It is the job of the scientists then to prove that these conclusions are true, because of the economic upside that proof will bring to the industries paying for that research. This invidious approach to science has shifted the entire focus of research in America during the past 50 years, as any true scientist is likely to admit.


Stauber documents the increasing amount of corporate sponsorship of university research. This has nothing to do with the pursuit of knowledge. Scientists lament that research has become just another commodity, something bought and sold. It is shocking when Stauber shows how the vast majority of corporate PR today opposes any research that seeks to protect public health or the environment. It's a funny thing that most of the time when we see the phrase "junk science," it is in a context of defending something that may threaten either the environment or our health.


This makes sense when one realizes that money changes hands only by selling the illusion of health and the illusion of environmental protection. True public health and real preservation of the earth's environment have very low market value.

Stauber thinks it ironic that industry's self-proclaimed debunkers of junk science are usually non-scientists themselves. Here again they can do this because the issue is not science, but the creation of images. When PR firms attack legitimate environmental groups and alternative medicine people, they again use special words that will carry an emotional punch:

Outraged sound science junk science sensible Scare mongering responsible phobia Hoax alarmist hysteria

The next time you are reading a newspaper article about an environmental or health issue, note how the author shows bias by using the above terms. This is the result of very specialized training. Another standard PR tactic is to use the rhetoric of the environmentalists themselves to defend a dangerous and untested product that poses an actual threat to the environment. This we see constantly in the PR smokescreen that surrounds genetically modified foods.


They talk about how GM foods are necessary to grow more food and to end world hunger, when the reality is that GM foods actually have lower yields per acre than natural crops. The grand design sort of comes into focus once you realize that almost all GM foods have been created by the sellers of herbicides and pesticides so that those plants can withstand greater amounts of herbicides and pesticides.


Now I hope this chapter has given you a hint to start reading newspaper and magazine articles a little differently, and perhaps start watching TV news shows with a slightly different attitude than you had before. Always ask, what are they selling here, and who's selling it? And if you actually follow up on Stauber & Rampton's book you might even glimpse the possibility of advancing your life one quantum simply by ceasing to subject your brain to mass media. That's right - no more newspapers, no more TV news, no more Time magazine or Newsweek. You could actually do that.


Just think what you could do with the extra time alone. Really feel like you need to "relax" or find out "what's going on in the world" for a few hours every day? Think about the news of the past couple of years for a minute. Do you really suppose the major stories that have dominated headlines and TV news have been "what is going on in the world?" Do you actually think there's been nothing going on besides the contrived tech slump, the contrived power shortages, the re-filtered accounts of foreign violence and disaster, and all the other non-stories that the puppeteers dangle before us every day?

What about when they get a big one, like with 9/11 or Monica Lewinsky or the Oklahoma City bombing? Do we really need to know all that detail, day after day? Do we have any way of verifying all that detail, even if we wanted to? What is the purpose of news? To inform the public? Hardly! The sole purpose of news is to keep the public in a state of fear and uncertainty so that they'll watch again tomorrow and be subjected to the same advertising.


Oversimplification? Of course. That's the mark of mass media mastery - simplicity. The invisible hand.


Like Edward Bemays said, the people must be controlled without them knowing it.


Consider this: what was really going on in the world all that time they were distracting us with all that stupid vexatious daily smokescreen? Fear and uncertainty - that's what keeps people coming back for more. If this seems like a radical outlook, let's take it one step further:

  • What would you lose from your life if you stopped watching TV and stopped reading newspapers altogether?

  • Would your life really suffer any financial, moral, intellectual or academic loss from such a decision?

  • Do you really need to have your family continually absorbing the illiterate, amoral, phony, uncultivated, desperately brainless values of the people featured in the average nightly TV program?

  • Are these fake, programmed robots "normal"?

  • Do you need to have your life values constantly spoon-fed to you?

  • Are those shows really amusing, or just a necessary distraction to keep you from looking at reality, or trying to figure things out yourself by doing a little independent reading?

Name one example of how your life is improved by watching TV news and reading the evening paper! There's no question that as a nation, we're getting dumber year by year. Ever notice the blatant grammar mistakes so ubiquitous in today's advertising and billboards? Literacy is marginal in most American secondary schools. Three fourths of California high school seniors can't read well enough to pass their exit exams.


But it also doesn't stop the schools from giving them diplomas. If you think other parts of the country are smarter, try this one: hand any high school senior a book by Dumas or Jane Austen, and ask them to open to any random page and just read one paragraph out loud. Go ahead, do it. SAT scales are arbitrarily shifted lower and lower to disguise how dumb kids are getting year by year.

At least 10 have documented "learning disabilities," which are reinforced and rewarded by special treatment and special drugs. Ever hear of anyone failing a grade any more? Or observe the intellectual level of the average movie which these days may only last one or two weeks in the theatres, especially if it has insufficient explosions, chase scenes, silicone, fake martial arts, and cretinesque dialogue.


Radio? Consider the low mental qualifications of the falsely animated corporate simians they hire as DJs - they're only allowed to have 50 thoughts, which they just repeat at random. And at what point did popular music cease to require the study of any musical instrument or theory whatsoever, not to mention lyric? Perhaps we just don't understand this emerging art form, right? The Darwinism of MTV - apes descended from man.


Ever notice how most articles in any of the glossy magazines sound like they were all written by the same guy? And this guy just graduated from junior college? And yet he has all the correct opinions on social issues, no original ideas, and that shallow, smug homogenized corporate omniscience, which enables him to assure us that everything is going to be fine... All this is great news for the PR industry - makes their job that much easier.


Not only are very few paying attention to the process of conditioning; fewer are capable of understanding it even if somebody explained it to them. Let's say you're in a crowded cafeteria, and you buy a cup of tea. And as you're about to sit down you see your friend way across the room. So you put the tea down and walk across the room and talk to your friend for a few minutes. Now, coming back to your tea, are you just going to pick it up and drink it? Remember, this is a crowded place and you've just left your tea unattended for several minutes.


You've given anybody in that room access to your tea. Why should your mind be any different? Turning on the TV, or uncritically absorbing mass publications every day - these activities allow access to our minds by "just anyone" - anyone who has an agenda, anyone with the resources to create a public image via popular media. As we've seen above, just because we read something or see something on TV doesn't mean it's true or worth knowing. So the idea here is, like the tea, the mind is also worth guarding, worth limiting access to it. This is the only life we get.


Time is our total capital. Why waste it allowing our potential, our personality, our values to be shaped, crafted, and limited according to the whims of the mass panderers? There are many important issues that are crucial to our physical, mental, and spiritual well being. If it's an issue where money is involved, objective data won't be so easy to obtain. Remember, if everybody knows something, that image has been bought and paid for.


Real knowledge takes a little effort, a little excavation down at least one level below what "everybody knows". And that is where we are at now my dear friends, the level below what everybody else knows. You've made a great beginning too, in getting where you are now, I mean just look at the obstacles you have had to overcome in order to just begin to find the truth about anything these days! When you first opened this book I told you I was going to tell you a story, and that's what I've done to the best of my ability.


But in listening to my story you've also put yourself on another path, one less, way less, traveled by your fellow human beings. The information I've put in my story are all true facts, but less known than maybe those you've been used to hearing. Most people can't or won't believe facts anymore unless they've heard them from the popular newspapers, radio, or television outlets utilized for indoctrinating the masses. And that's pretty sad isn't it?


This isn't you though, is it? You are searching for the truth. And I can tell you with 100% certainty that if you keep searching not only will you find the truth, it will find you too! There isn't a lot of time left my dear friends but as long as we do have together I'll continue to do my best to tell you the truth and by the time we're finished, we'll be survivors in a much better world than the one we find ourselves in now.


And They Lived Happily Ever After.


The End.


Dave's website is


So, what do Dave's visions mean? He makes a good case for a soon to come world-wide catastrophe and the secret government preparations which have, been secretly made to with it. But, I'm a pragmatist, so my question is simple: what all this mean to me? I can't do anything about the Bush dynasty or the Anunnaki, but if the danger Dave has envisioned is real, there's a lot I can do to help people survive.

So, how real is the danger? Let's look at the evidence.


First, Dave's 1979 ten precognitive visions were proven correct. Thus, his second set of visions, last year, have to be considered seriously. Okay, what other evidence have we? Well, we have the hysteria Nancy Lieder last year with her predictions of Planet-X swishing past the Earth on its 3630 year sweep through our solar system.


She got a lot of radio exposure with her information relayed from the Zeta Riticulans. Planet X was supposed to be a brown dwarf' companion of our Sun, which, orbits through our solar system and regularly cleans our clocks. Think Atlantis. When her May 15, 2003 uneventfully we relaxed.


Next, Mark Hazelwood and his book, Blindsided- Planet-X Passes in 2003 - Earthchanges!


Mark does an excellent Job of tying known historical catastrophes to the regular visit of X.- like the sudden appearance of the Great Lakes about 3600 years ago. Mark has clearly done his home-work. I had trouble finding the book so I got a bunch from the publisher. It's #94 in my catalog and sells for $15.


After reading Mark's book, and one by Jim McCanney, Dave's visions didn't come as all that much of a surprise. Jim's book is Planet-X, Comets & Earth Changes. Jim is a well-respected scientist, even if at odds with the hierarchy at NASA over the significant affect passing comets have on the Earth. The rift was made much worse every time Jim used the passing of comets to predict earthquakes and volcano eruptions — and was right on the money. His book is #95 in my catalog, $18.


My own copy is highlighted on almost every page. Jim's theories tell us that one of the manifestations that a large body entering our solar system would be the heating up of the planets and the Sun.


Well, d'uh, NASA has reported that Pluto has recently warmed up and so has Mars, with its ice caps starting to melt And we have the Sun with massive solar flares and acting up as never before seen in recorded history. Hmm, what was that about global warming? Could that be from car exhaust and power plants making electricity, or Planet-X upsetting the solar system's balance?


Screw those Kyoto Protocols the politicians are waving at us and start digging a refuge somewhere in the mountains for your family. We're having a record number of volcanoes and earthquakes. Car exhaust isn't causing them. Maybe it's like Jim says, the disturbance of the electrical balance of the solar system. A recent survey of one area of the Pacific Ocean showed over 3,000 new undersea volcanoes. No wonder the Antarctic Ross Ice Shelf is melting and calving.


Oh, have you been following Yellowstone heating up? I understand it's been closed to visitors. Say, isn't that about where Dave saw the huge explosion from his vantage point in space? Some worry-warts have been telling us that if Yellowstone blows it could take out an area for 600 miles around. Golly, that's the western third of the US. Yoiks!


That's where Scallion's map of 21st century America has ocean. But, if something tha-a-at big is coming, wouldn't our astronomers be screaming bloody murder? Headlines? Extra editions of the National Enquirer?. Several concerned astronomers who've called me say that the world's major telescopes have been "shut down for repairs." The secondary telescopes are not available, once it's admitted where they want to look.


Further, I understand that the US and the Vatican have set up observatories in Antarctica. Booth's visions had Planet-X coming from the south pole up past the Earth. And what about those Australian astronomer reports of a new star... which seems to be growing in size?


Well, Dave isn't the only person to get visions of the future.. .what about some others? Ed Dames (Major Doom) is holed up in a cave on Maui. He's recently predicted Planet-X will cause a pole change, with 300 mile-an-hour winds. The highest wind ever recorded on Earth was 261 mph, atop Mt. Washington, here in New Hampshire. I saw what winds half that speed did to New Hampshire during the 1938 hurricane. Every tree in its path was flattened. Whole mountains of trees up through Franconia Notch, with not one left standing.


Gordon Michael Scallion is holed up underground a few miles from my home. He's got food and fuel for a couple of years. Dave's built an underground refuge for his family right next to his home. It's built out of a group of those big steel shipping containers. Ever practical, he's growing mushrooms in them for his organic food customers. If you don't know much about the accuracy of Nostradamus' predictions, read Dolores Cannon's Conversations With Nostradamus and come up to speed.


The old boy has been remarkably accurate. So what's he say? Five hundred years ago he predicted that shortly after the millennium there would be a pole shift which would wipe out 97 of humanity. Uh, oh! Well, we know there have been pole shifts in the past. We've dug mammoths out of the Siberian ice with tropical plants in their stomachs. And we've found huge piles of bones which resulted from a sudden tidal wave killing thousands of animals all at once. Archeologists have found plenty of evidence for past extinctions.


Planet-X, passing by, could easily shift me tectonic plates big time, giving us that pole shift. Nostradamus said the new poles would be over Siberia and South America. Whew, that would put New Hampshire where Florida is today. Wow, where's my scuba gear?


Okay, the evidence all fits the pattern. It sure looks like we're going to have enormous earthquakes, volcanoes, Yellowstone exploding, and a sudden pole shift. That means the mother of all storms, mile-high waves sloshing around the globe, wiping out all coastal cities, and unbelievable winds. We're talking about moving underground or joining the souls in heaven waiting for babies to be born for their reincarnation.


Oh, I almost forget Chet Snow's Mass Dreams of the Future. Chet's group, using hypnosis, progressed about 2500 people to their next lives. Very few were able to reincarnate in the 21st century due to a shortage of babies being born. They traced the problem back to some sort of mass human extinction early in the 21st century. Coincidence? Sure. So, if we want to survive this mess, what's our best bet? I like Dave's approach, burying steel shipping containers in which to weather the storm. You'll want to have a good supply of food and water. Are there any solar-powered water purifiers? A big supply of strike-anywhere matches. Hand saws, shovels and other non-powered tools.


Cots, sleeping bags, a wood stove and wood, plates and utensils... you make the list. You'll sure be glad you have a silver collide making kit. Silver is the best antibiotic there is and it's inexpensive to make. Penny a gallon. I have an ac-dc kit available which includes heavy duty pure silver wire, instructions, a small power supply that plugs into the wall while you still have power, and battery backup power for when the power is gone. Silver colloid works like magic on cuts, sores, rashes, colds, flu.. .or to wash germs off food.. .like salmonella and E Coli.


With the roads destroyed and no source of gas, even if some cars survive, we'll want to have mountain bikes for the whole family. If you're planning to weather the chaos Booth has envisioned you'll be faced with a continuing battle to survive in a world with few doctors and no drugs. One of the last things you need is to be sick, so I'm going to let you in on a secret. This is not a little secret, I think you'll agree that this is one of the biggest secrets in the world. It has to do with why we get sick and how we can get well.. .without any drugs.


The only reason we get sick... and I mean any illness... is because we've poisoned ourselves. Our bodies are a miracle of design, so doesn't it make sense that we'd have a first rate repair department built in? We do, and it's called our immune system. It's there to deal with any damage that we inflict on ourselves.. .cuts, bruises, broken bones, and so on. Also, when we eat, drink, or breathe anything toxic, get poisons on our skin, or are attacked by microbes, viruses, parasites, fungi, or yeast infections, the immune system rushes out the troops to deal with the problem.


And, if it isn't overwhelmed by multiple attacks, it can deal with almost anything. My Secret Guide to Health, goes into detail on the toxins we're unknowingly dumping on our immune systems and thus helping make us sick. Toxins? Unknowingly? Like what?

Number one is cooked food. Our bodies, over thousands of generations, adapted to the food that was available. Raw food. Raw fruit, not that stuff that's cooked in sugar and put in a can. Raw vegetables, not canned or blanched and then frozen for us to finish the cooking. Raw meat and fish.


As soon as you cook any food you kill the enzymes which your I' body needs to properly digest it. Your immune system then treats it as toxic, rushing out the white cells to fight it as an alien invader. In today's cooked food world this is helping to keep our immune systems maxed out so they can't fight cancer. Then there's sugar, a very addictive poison. And poisons such as caffeine (one drop injected into your body will kill you), alcohol, nicotine, aspartame (a.k.a. NutraSweet™), fluorides and chlorine in your tap water, pesticides in your food, mercury in your mouth, vaccinations, and so on...


My friends, we're doing a fantastic job of poisoning ourselves with stuff that wasn't around a hundred years ago, and we're paying the price with arthritis, fat, cancer, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, lost libido, depression, fatigue, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, and so on...everything from acne to zits.


Once you stop poisoning yourself your immune system will be able to get to work and repair the damage you've unknowingly done. You don't need any drugs. Readers of my Secret Guide to Health are calling every day with reports of disappeared cancer, lost excess weight, emphysema-destroyed lungs repaired, etc. The book is catalog #05 and is $20. With or without Planet-X, it sure pays to be healthy, so read my guide.


Once you see what a lifestyle change can do for you you'll be giving copies for your family and friends. Employers will be giving copies to every employee in order to drastically cut their health insurance costs and avoid sick days.


Silver Colloid

Solution Silver, is one of the best antibiotics ever discovered. The only serious problem with it is that it is not patentable, so the drug companies can't charge $20 a dose for it.


Silver is the only antibiotic that pathogens haven't been able to adapt to. On the plus side, silver colloid.. .which is a suspension of micro-scopic particles in pure water, particles so fine that they don't settle out.. .is easy to make on the kitchen table. I got fed up with so-called health stores charging $25 for a small bottle of silver colloid, so I've a kit which includes a small power supply you plug into the wall, two heavy duty pieces of silver wire, instructions, and a reprint of an article on the subject. There is also a battery clip kit so you can still make it when the power goes off.


A few minutes after opening the box you'll have made enough silver colloid to protect you and your family from colds, flu, rashes... and to rinse any food in that might have E-coli or salmonella, or any other germs. The kit is #82A in my catalog and costs $40 complete. Other Stuff Just in case America doesn't manage to get wiped out this year, I have some other books you'll want to read. My Secret Guide to Wealth ($5 - book #03) explains how just about anyone can make all the money they want and have the freedom this provides.


The "secret" is simple.. .own your own business.


My book explains how you can get someone else to pay you to learn everything you need to know to do this. Survivors are going to have to grow food. My book #86 ($3) explains twelve ways to grow bigger, better crops. We can grow ten times as much on the same land when we know how. And, with about a tenth the water we're currently using. My Secret Guide to Wisdom is a review of about a hundred books you're crazy if you don't read. These books will open your eyes to the endless lies we're being told.. .and the media cover-ups. Out of the millions of books that have been published there are just a few that are really important for you to read.


My Preparations First

I'm living on a 200-acre New Hampshire farm. My place is at 1,000 feet altitude, so even if the oceans rise a couple hundred feet I won't get my feet wet. We're busy right now converting the cellar into a storm-proof haven. I have two emergency generators, a deep well, a 700-gallon water tank, and a composting toilet. There are several natural springs within easy walking distance, and a 15-acre pond to provide fish and frogs.


Your Survival

If you're in a city when IT happens, you and your family are toast. I suggest you head for the mountains and look for a place you can build an underground refuge. You can go the David Booth family route, burying steel shipping containers, and making an apartment out of them. Mine cost about $ 1,000 each. Another approach would be to buy an old beat-up mobile home and bury it, with the ground around it beamed for protection. In that way you'll have a complete apartment all built in.


Underground homes are relatively inexpensive to build and they don't need much energy for heat in the winter or cooling in the summer. You want to run an air intake pipe a couple hundred feet about six feet down, where the ground temperature is constant year around. There are some excellent books on building underground homes.


I recommend Stu Campbell's The Underground House Book. This is an 8-1/2 x 11 inch, 200-page $11 book. Garden Way Publishing, Charlotte VT 05445 and ISBN 0-88266-188-3.


Then there's Mike Oehler's The $50 & Up Underground House Book. It's $17, Route 4, Box 618, Bonners Ferry ID 83805, ISBN 0-442-27311-8.


David Carter's Build It Under-ground, $8, 208-pages, Sterling Publishing, 2 Park Avenue, NYC 10016.


Malcolm Wells has a wonderful book, An Architect's Sketchbook of Underground Buildings, $15,200" pages 8-1/2 x 11-inches, 673 Satucket Road, Brewster MA 02631 (508) 896-6850, ISBN 0-9621878-1-X.


You'll want protection from super high winds, plenty of water, food, clean air, and a hamradio all-band transceiver powered by a bicycle-mounted 12-volt generator. You'll want lots of seeds. Make those the heirloom type, please.

You'll want a solar-powered system if you're going to have any electricity later on. Banks of solar cells, industrial batteries, and a converter to give you 120V AC. And lay in some spare parts to keep it going. If you can get a local group to prepare for survival, you'll have an even better chance. If Nostradamus and Booth are right, it's going to be a long time before any civilization infrastructure is rebuilt. Roads, fuel, power, and so on could take years to centuries to rebuild. If past pole shifts are any kind of a guide, the old boy wasn't exaggerating.


We're not going to have a big need for politicians, lawyers, bankers, stock analysts, airline pilots, and so on for a long time. Maybe hundreds of years. We're going to need savvy farmers. Maybe it's time to invest in gardening books. I remember Art Bell one night interviewing someone who claimed to be a time traveler from the far future. He claimed that a 21st century pole shift put us back to the caveman days for hundreds of years. How Come?

  • How come you haven't been reading about Planet-X in the newspapers and seeing it on the TV news?

  • The same reason you've never heard the truth about Flight 800 (unless you read “Into The Buzzsaw”).

  • And why you haven't seen any headlines about the UFO crash at Roswell or the alien they captured there.

  • Or the salvaged UFOs at Area 51 in Nevada, or the success of cold fusion,

  • Or why we get sick and how we can cure ourselves of any illness (including cancer) with no drugs

    • - the fluoridation scam

    • - the danger of vaccinations (particularly for babies)

    • - root canals

    • - nearby power lines

    • - electric blankets

    • - the real story of Pearl Harbor

    • - Aspartame in diet colas causing multiple sclerosis

    • - milk being dangerous to drink

    • - hamburgers being dangerous to eat

    • - sugar being an addictive poison

    • - coffee ditto

    • - medications such as Prozac, Ritalin, Zoloft, Paxil, etc., causing mania

    • - that the use of baby formula instead of breast feeding causes brain damage, reducing a baby's IQ by about 10 points (the difference between high school and college

    • - chemtrails

    • - the Apollo Moon missions all being faked

    • - there having been four bombs at Oklahoma City

    • - the space shuttle never having proved any value

    • - the space station never providing anything of scientific value

    • - cell phones frying brains, causing memory loss and brain tumors

    • - genetically modified foods not being safe to eat

    • - precognition being scientifically validated

    • - hot fusion never having any potential as an energy source

    • - sonograms being harmful to babies

    • - the Sun not causing skin cancer

    • - global warming not being caused by man

    • - a college education being unimportant for success

    • - ten year olds easily learning to speed read at 20,000 words per minute

    • - the dangers of mad cow and West Nile diseases being insignificant

    • - death certificate lies covering up fatal doctor and hospital errors.

These are the sorts of things I write about in my essays. You'll find I've done my homework.

Planet-X is going to have to loom in our sky before the media will admit it's there. And, with the official secrecy lid on, it's your guess as to how they will try to explain what we can all plainly see. I wish that David's visions didn't fit in with so many other recent events, and that his history of the world's major players didn't fit into the pattern we're seeing.


The Pollyana in me wants to ignore the whole mess and carry on with my life, ignoring his visions. More than any other single person I've helped us have cell phones and personal computers. My hope has been to lead the world into a wellness revolution. An educational revolution would be next. Hey, why think small? If the major players haven't finished me off by then, how about an energy revolution?


Cold fusion can supply all the energy we need at less than a tenth the cost of oil and coal, with no pollution products.


Wayne Green


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