Dec 11, 2010

'WikiLeaks and the Fall of America' (Max Igan video) and our US Saturn Return



Is WikiLeaks' Julian Assange a CIA plant, a whistle blower with a conscience, or __other__?

What do you think the WikiLeaks embroilment and subsequent calls for Assange's assassination are really all about?

Max Igan explains...how the promised (threatened) release of internal docs from Bank (Robbers) of America is one very good reason why Assange has been pursued and remanded to a Victorian-era jail in London...detained on a dubious complaint without bail (bail hearing next week, I believe.) It's a he-said/she-said situation of mutual interest that the shes didn't want him to be prosecuted for. Trumped up, say ye? Or was his surrender an excuse for Mr. Assange to receive rescue?

After all, the Midheaven degree (The Goal) at his surrender to police last week in London has this Sabian Symbol upon it: "A Drowning Man Rescued"...hmmm....?

Crazy? Yes, but who will be next if we allow this gagging of free speech to stand? By degrees they harangue and seduce us. By degrees.

From the video image above of Blind Justice lifting high the (Libran) Scales of Justice to Igan's refrain of 'accountability' for global criminals, this audio/video presentation helps demonstrate the current cosmic atmosphere in the US: we're in the midst of a national Saturn Return which began in earnest this month and stretches well into 2011.

Yes, Saturn's return to its 1776 degree (14Lib48; with Saturn exalted in Libra) may time America's often-predicted 'fall from grace' (which a 10th house Saturn portends if one doesn't own up to Saturnian requirements for taking responsibility, acting in a mature and steady way, and accepting accountability for past actions when the piper presents his bill - have we?) so our nation's Saturn Return 2010/11 is a very important transit which cannot be ignored, no matter how cravenly the US government conspires to cover up further WikiLeaks revelations with the biggest 'State Secrets' shovel they can muster.

Yet you should be advised that Mr. Assange's possible status as a corporate and/or government and/or Vatican shill is under quite a bit of consideration behind the scenes of this blog, and perhaps I may get back to you on that before the worm turns or the jig wheezes out. Plus, we'll want to see if the Vatican comes in for more scrutiny as the weeks go by...or if it, like Israel and Zionism, are given a virtually free pass by WikiLeaks.

Meanwhile, I do hope you'll benefit from watching the above Maxwell Igan video for they always display rather psychedelic, cosmic visuals along with useful informational fare so if possible, take 14 minutes or so of your time to view Igan's presentation while pondering the WikiLeaks Saga - which the media is apparently using as quite a hypnotizing diversion, as Igan points out.

And you, dear reader, may remember that that's one of my mottoes: when politicians say, Look Here! always glance in the opposite direction where you might be able to discover what they want so desperately hope to keep hidden from your gaze!

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SO'W sends admiring kudos to Senator Bernie Sanders for his recent 8-hour-plus filibuster against the tax-relief-for-the-rich legislation which also takes a swipe at Social Security! Where in Congress are the American middle class' other champions? Lining up to protest the president's devils' agreement, I hope.

Blog Notice: if you dare, check out the latest political poem now posted @ Lim's Limericks: Assange the Limerick. If you don't find it in very poor taste, then we must have similarly odd senses of humor! jc

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Killing the messenger is always a bad idea but it is done all the time.

http://cpj.org/killed/index.php

An estimated 843 journalists have died since 1992. This total does not, of course, count the American investigative journalists and witnesses who died while hunting down the truth behind the assassination of JFK, Iran/Contra, the Atlanta child murders, "Son of Sam," and even 9/11.

Michael Ruppert, who wrote "Crossing the Rubicon", was harassed, shot at, and intimidated with "legal" sanctions. He is very lucky to be alive. He's alive because he quit. The investigation into events leading up to 9/11 nearly killed him. Mr. Ruppert said:

"I want to repeat something I have been saying in private emails over the last month. Personally, I am through forever with investigative journalism and public lecturing. I am leaving public life. It is my hope that by continuing to repeat this sincere position that many of the inexplicable difficulties which have dominated my life over the past months will ease."

"It is time to move on. I spent twenty-seven years as a dedicated public activist and that is something which I am no longer able or inclined to do. The price was ultimately too great."

The price for disseminating truth should not be death, incessant harassment by "legal" authorities, or jail time due to ridiculous charges but all too often, that is exactly what happens.

Americans have been denied the truth about what those in power have done for such a long time that it makes Julian Assange and WikiLeaks an even more numinous archetype of truth. One has to ask, did he not know exposing the malfeasance of the rich and powerful would result in harassment, jail, or even death?

I agree with Max Igan that the particulars about whether or not Mr. Assange is a CIA plant do not matter. His sexual peccadilloes certainly do not matter. In 2010, he is the Prince of Truth.

jude cowell said...

Good points, thanks! Yes, i have a copy of Michael Ruppert's Crossing the Rubicon which is invaluable for its detailed timeline of 9/11/01, info on PROMIS software, and other topics.

Imho, Ruppert's (necessary) retirement has been a great loss to investigative journalism and efforts to hold government accountable for its wrong=doing. jc