AEON of HORUS: The Occult History of NASA




Since its inception in 1958 the truth of NASA’s occult origins has been discretely hidden from public awareness; origins linked to perhaps the most “wicked” of all occult practitioners in modern history, Satanist, Aleister Crowley. As well, the highest echelons of NASA’s administration were dominated by secret society initiates including Freemasons and Nazi SS personnel, most notably, Wernher Von Braun. This high-tech occult cabal secretly used the Apollo moon missions, not to advance science, but to serve their devotion to the mystery gods of ancient Egypt.





The Tragic Tale of the Rocket Maker




When the history of the American space program is finally written, no figure will stand out quite like John Whiteside Parsons. (Richard Metzger, “John Whiteside Parsons: Anti-Christ Superstar,” April 8, 2003)

He was an unorthodox genius, a poet and rocket scientist who helped give birth to an institution that would become mankind’s window on the universe. He was also a devotee of the black arts, a sci-fi junkie and host of backyard orgies on Pasadena’s stately Millionaires’ Row. (“Life as Satanist Propelled Rocketeer,” Los Angeles Times, March 19, 2000)

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Hitler’s Hidden Drug Habit




Hitler’s Hidden Drug Habit; Downton Abbey review – high Hitler, and hang Bates

by Sam Wollaston

‘Hitler has only got one ball. / The other is in the Albert Hall.” Not true, I’m afraid. It’s on the kitchen wall? And Göring’s are very small? No, the first line, re: Adolf’s monorchism – a lie, according to a 1945 dossier compiled by the US military based on Hitler’s medical files. “Sexual organs showed no indication of abnormality,” it reads.

Don’t worry, though. Because there’s plenty of other stuff about the Führer’s health and medical characteristics in this dossier and in the journals of his personal physician’s journals, on which this Secret History documentary Hitler’s Hidden Drug Habit is based, that shows tons of abnormality.

He had constant stomach cramps due to a vegetarian diet mainly consisting of beans, which had to be mashed up because of his rotting teeth. The beanz did their traditional thing (meanz flatulenz) too, of course; he may not have had any children (officially), or grandchildren, but he was a farter, and a gross farter, certainly not someone you’d want to be bunked up in a bunker with. Especially with the chronic halitosis as well. Mustard Gas Breath they (possibly) called him behind his back, because that was the only safe place to be. Poor Eva Braun, anyway.

Oh, and his stool, described in the medical records as “dirty grey-brown, very thin and mushy”. That’s not the stool of the leader of a master race, for whom bravura, confidence and youthful vigour was so central, is it?

So Hitler got himself this personal physician, Theodor Morell, whose journals are being seen here on British television for the first time. Morell was dodgy; not just a greedy opportunist and a chancer, but a quack and charlatan. He believed the cause of his master’s mushy grey stool was bad bacteria, and the cure was good bacteria from the gut of a healthy person. Which was extracted from the faeces of healthy young German soldiers (the Turd Reich). To be crude about it, eat scheisse, Herr Hitler.

Which Hitler did, and declared that it worked. Morrel had cured him and in doing so, gained the ear and the trust of the most powerful man in the world. He also applied leeches to the temples of the man he came to know as “Patient A”, and injected extract of bull semen to boost his testosterone levels (often before he was to see Eva at their Alpine residence, the Berghof, and perhaps before a major offensive such as the invasion of Poland). And he prescribed drugs. So many drugs. There were drugs to make Hitler go to sleep and other drugs to make him wake up again, downers and uppers, barbiturates and amphetamines, other artificial stimulants that act on the nervous system and induce seizures, glucose injections and morphine based painkillers for the stomach cramps. Heroin, basically. Crystal meth, too, which was actually used by millions of German soldiers, factory workers and housewives to help get them through the hardship of wartime Germany. Hitler wasn’t just breaking wind, he was breaking bad, all over Europe. The junk flowed through his veins as the Junkers flew overhead. Heil Begbie, basically.

Hardly surprising, then, that the Führer once ranted at Mussolini for two hours without stopping – he was whizzing off his Nazi tits; and that his left hand shook behind his back as he pinched the cherubic cheeks of young blond boys with his right; and that electrocardiograms in the files hint at coronary artery disease.

But also, given what Morell was putting into his patient, and that his close association – here he is in so much footage, sharing a joke at the signing of the surrender agreement for France, or partying among the inner circle at the Berghof (even though Eva wasn’t keen, apparently) – coincided with Hitler’s quest for world domination, it makes you wonder how much this relatively unknown quack has to answer for. Worrying and fascinating, and worryingly fascinating.


[H/T The Guardian]



Symbols of an Alien Sky




A video documentary that could change everything you thought you knew about ancient, pre-historical times and how much ancient mythology we have carried into modern times and religious thinking.

Based on more than two decades of systematic research and cross-cultural comparison by comparative mythologist David Talbott reconstructs a cosmic drama when planets hung in the sky close to the earth–an epoch of celestial wonder giving rise to time-honored symbols.

Symbols of an Alien Sky will introduce you to celestial spectacles and earth-shaking events once remembered around the world. Archaic symbols of these events still surround us, some as icons of the world’s great religions, though the origins of the symbols appear to be lost in obscurity.

Cultural history seems fragmented and contradictory. But as demonstrated in this introductory episode, there are also levels of deep agreement between the cultures. According to David Talbott, these “archetypes” allow for a radical reinterpretation of both human and planetary history. Competing regional symbols are aspects of “one story told around the world,” a story both awe inspiring and terrifying.



In the second episode of Symbols of an Alien Sky, The Lightning Scarred Planet, David Talbott takes the viewer on an odyssey across the surface of Mars. Exploring feature after feature of the planet, he finds that only electric arcs could produce the observed patterns. The high resolution images reveal massive channels and gouges, great mounds, and crater chains, none finding an explanation in traditional geology, but all matching the scars from electric discharge experiments in the laboratory.

As a scientific follow-up to episode one, it provides a definitive answer to a question posed by the reconstructed events in the first episode. Was Mars carved from pole to pole by intense interplanetary discharge?



The third episode of  Symbols of an Alien Sky, The Electric Comet is still in development. For the present listing of credits (being developed simultaneously with extensive scientific review), see our credits page:

We believe that this critical analysis of textbook comet theory can have a major impact on human understanding of these remarkable bodies. It can also reach well beyond the specialized science of comets to provoke a reconsideration of the Sun, planetary history, and a good deal more. We live in an Electric Universe, and the enigmatic behavior of comets provides unique insights into the role of charged particles and electrified plasma throughout the Cosmos.