Killshot – Real? Psych op? HAARP? Preparing for Operation Project Blue Beam?
Well I also thought it was a hoax.. riding on the wave of Snowden’s popularity… but its a scientific proven fact that there CAN be a killshot… we had it happen before somewhat around 1890 where people haven’t been slaves to electricity yet.. so it didn’t do any harm… nowadays it will destroy our complete infrastructure… and the solar activity IS at its highest peak…
MOSCOW, Russia — Edward Snowden, hacker-fugitive and former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor, revealed Tuesday that a series of solar flares is set to occur in September, killing hundreds of millions of people. Documents provided by Snowden prove that, as of 14 years ago, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) remote viewers knew that the event was inevitable. Ever since, the world’s governments have quietly been trying to prepare for the sweeping global famine to result.
Paul Joseph Watson
August 8, 2013
The Internet is ablaze with yet another baseless conspiracy theory that only serves to distract from real cover-ups and issues of genuine significance – the hoax that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden recently warned of a “solar flare killshot’ set to wipe out hundreds of millions of people in September.
According to the original article, “Edward Snowden, hacker-fugitive and former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor, revealed Tuesday that a series of solar flares is set to occur in September, killing hundreds of millions of people. Documents provided by Snowden prove that, as of 14 years ago, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) remote viewers knew that the event was inevitable. Ever since, the world’s governments have quietly been trying to prepare for the sweeping global famine to result.”
The story has since gone viral, appearing on countless forums and websites and attracting thousands upon thousands of comments.
Like all popular hoaxes, the story has a thin veneer of authenticity. The sun is set to exhibit some strange behavior as a result of a magnetic field flip that occurs around once every 11 years. This will cause a “feverish” peak in solar activity, leading to more solar flares and coronal mass ejections, potentially disrupting satellites and power grids on earth but not leading to the slaughter of hundreds of millions of people.
Given that there are so many actual cover-ups, scandals and issues of real significance that we could be concentrating on, it’s really quite disappointing that so many people have wasted their energy on something that is so transparently false. The hoax also serves to distract from Snowden’s authentic revelations about NSA surveillance.
The source of the story can be traced back to ‘The Internet Chronicle’, which if you read the site’s ‘about’ page is clearly a satirical website which disseminates false and overtly ludicrous stories.
The website jokes that it originated, “After crash landing in an asteroid December 30th, 1976, the alien husks of Chronicle editors rapidly adapted to Earth climates and bacterial flora. They are able to survive naturally in the wild and reproduce freely.”
“Receiving tweets twice daily via fax from religious advisers impregnates our right-wing furnace of hate, enabling us to bring you the most horrifyingly sensational headlines you’ve ever seen, or your money back – guaranteed!” states the website.
And if that wasn’t enough to convince you that the website is a hoax, just take a look at the other headlines featured on the front page, many of which are based on bizarre manufactured stories involving Edward Snowden.
– Vatican Forces Storm Dome of the Rock, Pope names Snowden Messiah
– Edward Snowden killed by drone strike on Ecuadorian embassy
– Snowden Reveals Second Shooter in Zimmerman Case
– Snowden Granted Sainthood
– NSA Whistleblower Ed Snowden: Saddam Hussein did WTC 7
– Obama Pardons Edward Snowden
Other hoax stories appear with headlines like ‘Paula Deen commits suicide at 66′ and ‘Wendy’s unveils new hacker theme for restaurants’.
The gullibility of thousands upon thousands of people in falling for such a patent hoax because they didn’t spend 30 seconds checking the source only provides the mainstream media with more ammunition to shoot down very real cover-ups and conspiracies, such as the death of Michael Hastings, by lumping in genuine issues with baseless conspiracy theories such as the Edward Snowden ‘solar killshot’ hoax.
Which Could Have Caused Nuclear Meltdowns from Coast-to-Coast
August 4, 2013
Whew … That Was Close
We’ve sounded the alarm for years that a large solar flare – like the one we had in 1859 – could cause worldwide nuclear meltdowns … and numerous other problems.
2 weeks ago, we just barely dodged the bullet.
Washington Examiner reports:
The earth barely missed taking a massive solar punch in the teeth two weeks ago, an “electromagnetic pulse” so big that it could have knocked out power, cars and iPhones throughout the United States.
Two EMP experts told Secrets that the EMP flashed through earth’s typical orbit around the sun about two weeks before the planet got there.
“The world escaped an EMP catastrophe,” said Henry Cooper, who lead strategic arms negotiations with the Soviet Union under President Reagan, and who now heads High Frontier, a group pushing for missile defense.
“There had been a near-miss about two weeks ago, a Carrington-class coronal mass ejection crossed the orbit of the Earth and basically just missed us,” said Peter Vincent Pry, who served on the Congressional EMP Threat Commission from 2001-2008. He was referring to the 1859 EMP named after astronomer Richard Carrington that melted telegraph lines in Europe and North America.
“Basically this is a Russian roulette thing,” added Pry. “We narrowly escape from a Carrington-class disaster.”
Pry, Cooper, and former CIA Director James Woolsey have been recently demanding that Washington prepare the nation’s electric grid for an EMP, either from the sun or an enemy’s nuclear bomb. They want the 2,000-3,000 transformers in the grid protected with a high-tech metal box and spares ready to rebuild the system. Woolsey said knocking out just 20 would shut down electricity to parts of the nation “for a long time.”
But Washington is giving them the cold shoulder, especially the administration. Woolsey told Secrets that some in Congress are interested in the issue, but the administration is just in the “beginnings” of paying attention.
The EMP effect is not rare. One occurred in Canada in 1989, knocking out Quebec’s electric transmission system. And North Korea is reportedly testing a device to attack the U.S. with an EMP attack.
The trio appeared at an event in Washington this week, but Pry said getting the nation’s leaders interested in the issue is difficult and educating the public about EMP hard too. “The education curve isn’t going up fast enough,” he said.
It would cost a pittance to protect our nuclear plants from such a flare.
But it’s hard to get politicians’ attention when they’re focused on throwing money at corporate welfare queens, insane military and security boondoggles and pork, harmful quantitative easing, unnecessarynuclear subsidies, the failed war on drugs, and other frivolities.
This article was posted: Sunday, August 4, 2013 at 4:30 am
Project Blue Beam is a conspiracy theory that claims that NASA is attempting to implement a New Age religion with the Antichrist at its head and start a New World Order, via a technologically-simulated Second Coming.
The allegations were presented in 1994 by Quebecois journalist and conspiracy theorist Serge Monast, and later published in his book Project Blue Beam (NASA). Proponents of the theory allege that Monast and another unnamed journalist, who both died of heart attacks in 1996, were in fact assassinated, and that the Canadian government kidnapped Monast’s daughter in an effort to dissuade him from investigating Project Blue Beam.
The project was apparently supposed to be implemented in 1983, but it didn’t happen. It was then set for implementation in 1995 and then 1996. Monast thought Project Blue Beam would be brought to fruition by the year 2000, really, definitely, for sure.
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Project Blue Beam has all the usual hallmarks of a conspiracy theory:
- It attempts to shoehorn events that have happened, and are happening, into its “predictive” framework, particularly with references to films being used to prep people psychologically for the conspiracy’s dramatic conclusion.
- It shows a lack of comprehension of the practical psychology of those who are not paranoid.
- It plays on fears of alleged advanced technology that most people, including its author, do not understand.
The theory itself cobbles together past conspiracy tropes, starting from paranoia and progressing to technologically implausible plans with motivations that literally do not make any sense.
The theorist’s death from a middle-age heart attack cut off its possible spread early and left it short on source material in English — though there is the tantalizing promise of several books’ worth in French — but did cap the theory itself off nicely.
The theory is widely popular (for a conspiracy theory) on the Internet, with many web pages dedicated to the subject, and countless YouTube videos explaining it. The actual source material, however, is very thin indeed.
Monast lectured on the theory in the mid-1990s (a transcript of one such lecture is widely available), before writing and publishing his book, which has not been reissued by his current publisher and is all but unobtainable. The currently available pages and videos all appear to trace back to four documents:
- A transcript of the 1994 lecture by Monast, translated into English.
- A GeoCities page written by David Openheimer and which appears to draw on the original book.
- A page on educate-yourself.org, compiled in 2005, which appears to include a translation of the book from the French.
- Monast’s page in French Wikipedia. The French Wikipedia article is largely sourced from two books on conspiracy theories and extremism by Pierre-André Taguieff, a mainstream academic expert on racist and extremist groups.
From these few texts have come a flood of green ink, in text and video form, in several languages. Even the French language material typically does not cite the original book but the English language pages on educate-yourself.org. However, conspiracy theorists seem to use quantity as a measure of substance (much as alternative medicine uses appeal to tradition) and never mind the extremely few sources it all traces back to.
Proponents of the theory have extrapolated it to embrace HAARP, 9/11, the Norwegian Spiral, chemtrails, FEMA concentration camps and Tupac Shakur. Everything is part of Project Blue Beam. It’s well on its way to becoming the Unified Conspiracy Theory.
 The theory
“”Without a universal belief in the new age religion, the success of the new world order will be impossible!
The alleged purpose of Project Blue Beam is to bring about a global New Age religion, which is seen as a core requirement for the New World Order‘s dictatorship to be realised. There’s nothing new in thinking of religion as a form of control, but the existence of multiple religions, spin-off cults, competing sects and atheists suggest that controlling the population entirely through a single religion isn’t particularly easy. Past attempts have required mechanisms of totalitarianism such as the Inquisition.
Monast’s theory, however, suggests using sufficiently advanced technology to trick people into believing. Of course, the plan would have to assume that people could never fathom the trick at all — something contested by anyone sane enough not to swallow this particular conspiracy.
The primary claimed perpetrator of Project Blue Beam is NASA, presented as a large and mostly faceless organization that can readily absorb such frankly odd accusations, aided by the United Nations, another old-time boogeyman of conspiracy theorists.
According to Monast, the project has four steps:
 Step One
Step One requires the breakdown of all archaeological knowledge. This will apparently be accomplished by faking earthquakes at precise locations around the planet. Fake “new discoveries” at these locations “will finally explain to all people the error of all fundamental religious doctrines”, specifically Christian and Muslim doctrines.
This makes some degree of sense — if you want to usurp a current way of thinking you need to completely destroy it before putting forward your own. However, religious belief is notoriously resilient to things like facts. The Shroud of Turin is a famous example that is still believed by many to be a genuine shroud of Jesus as opposed to the medieval forgery that it has been conclusively shown to be. Prayer studies, too, show how difficult it is to shift religious conviction with mere observational fact — indeed, many theologians avoid making falsifiable claims or place belief somewhere specifically beyond observation to aid this. So what finds could possibly fundamentally destroy both Christianity and Islam, almost overnight, and universally all over the globe? Probably nothing. Yet, this is only step one of an increasingly ludicrous set of events that Project Blue Beam predicts will occur.
 Step Two
Step Two involves a gigantic “space show” wherein three-dimensional holographic laser projections will be beamed all over the planet — and this is where Blue Beam really takes off. The projections will take the shape of whatever deity is most predominant, and will speak in all languages. At the end of this light show, the gods will all merge into one god, the Antichrist.
This is a rather baffling plan as it seems to assume people will think this is actually their god, rather than the more natural twenty-first century assumption that it is a particularly opaque Coca Cola advertisement. Evidence commonly advanced for this is a supposed plan to project the face of Allah, despite its contradiction with Muslim belief of God’s uniqueness, over Baghdad in 1991 to tell the Iraqis to overthrow Saddam Hussein. Someone, somewhere, must have thought those primitive, ignorant non-Western savages wouldn’t have had television or advertising, and would never guess it was being done with mirrors. In general, pretty much anything that either a) involves light or b) has been seen in the sky has been put forward as evidence that Project Blue Beam is real, and such things are “tests” of the technology — namely unidentified flying objects. Existing display technology such as 3D projection mapping and holograms are put forward as foreshadowing the great light show in the sky.
This stage will apparently be accomplished with the aid of a Soviet computer that will be fed “with the minute physio-psychological particulars based on their studies of the anatomy and electro-mechanical composition of the human body, and the studies of the electrical, chemical and biological properties of the human brain”, and every human has been allocated a unique radio wavelength. The computers are also capable of inducing suicidal thoughts. The Soviets are (not “were”) the “New World Order” people. Why NASA would use a Soviet computer when the USSR had to import or copy its computer technology from the West is not detailed.
The second part of Step Two happens when the holograms result in the dissolution of social and religious order, “setting loose millions of programmed religious fanatics through demonic possession on a scale never witnessed before.” The United Nations plans to use Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy” as the anthem for the introduction of the new age one world religion.
There is relatively little to debunk in this, the most widely remembered section of the Project Blue Beam conspiracy, as the idea is so infeasible. Citing actual existing communication technology is odd if the point is for the end product to appear magical, rather than just as cheap laser projections onto clouds. This hasn’t stopped some very strange conspiracy theories about such things popping up. Indeed, the notion of gods being projected into the sky was floated in 1991 by conspiracy theorist Betty J. Mills. And one US general, Edward Landsdale, actually floated a plan to fake a Second Coming over Cuba to get rid of Castro.
 Step Three
Step Three is “Telepathic Electronic Two-Way Communication.” It involves making people think their god is speaking to them through telepathy, projected into the head of each person individually using extreme low frequency radio waves. (Atheists will presumably hear an absence of Richard Dawkins.) The book goes to some lengths to describe how this would be feasible, including a claim that ELF thought projection caused the depressive illness of Michael Dukakis’ wife Kitty.
 Step Four
Step Four has three parts:
- Making humanity think an alien invasion is about to occur at every major city;
- Making the Christians think the Rapture is about to happen;
- A mixture of electronic and supernatural forces, allowing the supernatural forces to travel through fiber optics, coax, power and telephone lines to penetrate all electronic equipment and appliances, that will by then all have a special microchip installed.
Then chaos will break out, and people will finally be willing — perhaps even desperate — to accept the New World Order. “The techniques used in the fourth step is exactly the same used in the past in the USSR to force the people to accept Communism.”
Project Blue Beam proponents believe psychological preparations have already been made, Monast having claimed that 2001: A Space Odyssey, Star Wars and the Star Trek series all involve an invasion from space and all nations coming together (the first two don’t, the third is peaceful contact) and that Jurassic Park propagandises evolution in order to make people think God‘s words are lies.
 The New World Order according to Monast
The book detailed the theory. In the 1994 lecture, Monast detailed what would happen afterwards.
All people will be required to take an oath to Lucifer with a ritual initiation to enter the New World Order. Resisters will be categorised as follows:
- Christian children will be kept for human sacrifice or sexual slaves.
- Prisoners to be used in medical experiments.
- Prisoners to be used as living organ banks.
- Healthy workers in slave labour camps.
- Uncertain prisoners in the international re-education center, thence to repent on television and learn to glorify the New World Order.
- The international execution centre.
- An as yet unknown seventh classification.
 The actual source of the theory
Joel Engel’s book Gene Roddenberry: The Myth and the Man Behind Star Trek was released in 1994, shortly before Monast’s lecture on Project Blue Beam:
- In May 1975, Gene Roddenberry accepted an offer from Paramount to develop Star Trek into a feature film, and moved back into his old office on the Paramount lot. His proposed story told of a flying saucer, hovering above Earth, that was programmed to send down people who looked like prophets, including Jesus Christ.
All the steps of the conspiracy theory were in the unmade mid-’70s Star Trek film script by Roddenberry, which were recycled for the ST:TNG episode Devil’s Due, broadcast in 1991.
There is no evidence of deliberate fraud on Monast’s part; given his head was quite thoroughly full of squirrels and confetti by this time, it’s entirely plausible that he thought this was the revelation of secret information in a guise safe for propagation (can we say Wormhole X-Treme!?). However, the actual source was so obvious that even other conspiracy theorists noticed. They confidently state it was obvious that Monast had been fed deceptive information by the CIA. Of course!
 Further reading
Not just in French, but on paper. You’d think we were Wikipedia.
- Serge Monast. Project Blue Beam (NASA). Presse libre nord-américaine, 1994. The original book, long unobtainable and not reissued by Monast’s current publisher. If you have or can track down a copy, this article needs you!
- Pierre-André Taguieff. La Foire aux illuminés : Ésotérisme, théorie du complot, extrémisme. Paris, Mille et une nuits, 2005.
- Pierre-André Taguieff. L’imaginaire du complot mondial : Aspects d’un mythe moderne. Paris, Mille et une nuits, 2006.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Project Blue Beam (Educate-Yourself); and a slightly different translation from the GeoCities page.
- ↑ He was homeschooling his son and daughter; they were made wards of the state in September 1996 so that they would receive schooling.
- ↑ Project Blue Beam (Contact, April 1996)
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 NASA’s Project Blue Beam (translated transcript of tape); another translation
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 Good Lord! What in heaven’s name is that? (David Hamling, Sydney Morning Herald, February 5th 2000) The article is about ridiculing the blithering stupidity of those who would advance such a ridiculous plan. But somehow it’s become a special favorite of conspiracy theorists, who seem to ignore how the last two paragraphs point out that normal people just aren’t stupid enough for this sort of thing to work, even as they mirror it widely.
- ↑ Blue Beam Project (David Openheimer). On GeoCities, the hallmark of quality.
- ↑ Serge Monast (French Wikipedia) — which was then translated into English for RationalWiki’s Serge Monast article and for the English Wikipedia article, the latter then being translated again for the Romanian Wikipedia article.
- ↑ This RationalWiki article has itself been redigested into a Romanian Wikipedia article (translation), which was translated back for English Wikipedia and then deleted.
- ↑ A technical term meaning “made shit up.”
- ↑ Project Blue Beam-HAARP and the NWO, page 1 (Above Top Secret forums)
- ↑ UFOs, Project Blue Beam, mind-behavior control (Deborah Dupre, 2010-10-09)
- ↑ NWO Project Blue Beam: False Holographic Second Coming (Chase K. Hunter, 2012 Pole Shift Witness, 3.9.2010)
- ↑ Chemtrails, HAARP, Project Blue beam? (NowPublic, June 1 2009)
- ↑ Don’t Be Surprised: p3 Project Blue Beam and Chemtrails (First Contact Radio)
- ↑ Concentration Camps in America (Texe Marrs, Power of Prophecy, December 2002
- ↑ e.g. ,  — all thanks to this tweet
- ↑ The Watcher Files
- ↑ As it happens, “Ode to Joy” is already the anthem of Europe[wp]. Surprisingly, the Blue Beam fans have not yet noted this much.
- ↑ Including people thinking that the entire sky is a hologram: Holograpic sky??
- ↑ As I See It: The Vision and Circles of Power (Betty J. Mills, January 1991)
- ↑ Faking the Second Coming (Nick Redfern, Mysterious Universe blog, 21 August 2012)
- ↑ What is the Blue Beam Project? (David Openheimer)
- ↑ Devil’s Due (episode) (Memory Alpha)
- ↑ Project Blue Beam Exposed! (UPDATED) (Christopher Knowles, The Secret Sun, 2010-11-03)