Saying Hi To My Work Mates

Mar 25, 2015 | Category: Other Stuff | Comments: 0

Last weekend a friend from work saw that I had a copy of the satanic bible on my computer. It’s there purely for research. I don’t ‘believe’ in any ideology, especially subversive ones.

So as a joke, I have worn as much black clothing as possible at work for the past two days and it’s hilarious that no one has said anything to me, but they look at me a lot differently, and they’re even searching my name on Google!!

Yes “Paul Short Satanist” has been used as a search term to find my site a number of times now and the referring IP addresses are all local to the town I’m in!

Guys, Gals, anyone interested in hanging out at my grotto this weekend?

We’ll order pizza and conjure up some demons!


Lots Of Alternative News Blog Errors – Lets Point Fingers

Mar 25, 2015 | Category: Other Stuff | Comments: 0

I use an RSS news reader to subscribe to, and get instant updates from about 150 blogs and news sites. In the app, the headlines appear and you just click on them to go to the site. Saves a lot of time and hassle. But I’ve been noticing a lot of errors on a number of sites.

Clicking on the headline in the RSS reader opens my regular internet browser, whhich then hangs for a few seconds, and then there’s either a 503 error at the sites, the hosting control panel pops up saying the owner has not configured the site, or there’s a timeout.

That’s strange because the problems are not on my end, it’s their sites and hosting accounts. These errors are coming from their servers.

What fixes it? Simply refreshing the page. That’s it. So it’s not like all these sites are down for maintenance or something and come back in a few minutes or a few hours. It’s a case where seconds later, after a page refresh the site is there again.

One site being down occasionally is perfectly normal. But 2-5 out of 10 times accessing different sites means something else is going on. That many various sites having that many problems over a period of days is not statistically plausable.

I previously linked to and quoted a post from The Intercept about Canada’s major role in hacking sites and infrastructure and here’s another quote from that article which may be related to this. The bolding is mine:

Canada’s electronic surveillance agency has secretly developed an arsenal of cyberweapons capable of stealing data and destroying adversaries’ infrastructure, according to newly revealed classified documents.

The revelations, reported Monday by CBC News in collaboration with The Intercept, shine a light for the first time on how Canada has adopted aggressive tactics to attack, sabotage and infiltrate targeted computer systems.

The document suggests CSE has access to a series of sophisticated malware tools developed by the NSA as part of a program known as QUANTUM. As The Intercept has previously reported, the QUANTUM malware can be used for a range of purposes — such as to infect a computer and copy data stored on its hard drive, to block targets from accessing certain websites, or to disrupt their file downloads. Some of the QUANTUM techniques rely on redirecting a targeted person’s internet browser to a malicious version of a popular website, such as Facebook, that then covertly infects their computer with the malware.

Adversaries – The alternative media would certainly be considered adversaries, wouldn’t they?

Aggressive tactics, sabotage, infiltrate – Temporarily blocking access to alternative media sites to discourage people from visiting would certainly fall under that umbrella, wouldn’t it?

Block targets from accessing, disrupt file downloads, redirecting a person’s internet browser – Need I say more?

When problems occur, you point the finger at the person or people who have been proven to be actively creating such problems.

And yes, these people and agencies are operating by the dictionary definitions of what a cult is. ;)

Tim Osman = Usama / Osama bin Laden

Mar 24, 2015 | Category: Other Stuff | Comments: 0

Tim Osman = Osama (Usama) bin Laden

Tim Osman = Osama binLaden

Un-Occulted Documents Reveal Canada’s Secret Hacking Tactics

Mar 24, 2015 | Category: Intel/Corp Spying | Comments: 0

Psychopathic grand master Stephen Harper and his cult of liars, hackers and subversive filth have been hell bent on ruining Canada and putting Canadians in grave mortal danger by commiting acts of aggression on other nations who have the power to fight back… all in the name of protecting us, of course.

From The Intercept:

Canada’s electronic surveillance agency has secretly developed an arsenal of cyberweapons capable of stealing data and destroying adversaries’ infrastructure, according to newly revealed classified documents.

Communications Security Establishment, or CSE, has also covertly hacked into computers across the world to gather intelligence, breaking into networks in Europe, Mexico, the Middle East and North Africa, the documents show.

The revelations, reported Monday by CBC News in collaboration with The Intercept, shine a light for the first time on how Canada has adopted aggressive tactics to attack, sabotage and infiltrate targeted computer systems.

To prove that Canada’s intel agencies are, indeed, a cult, one only has to look at the above, which was hidden, secret knowledge before it was revealed in documents released by Edward Snowden a couple years ago.

Black Magic Occult Tactic – Invoking Fear Of Death

Mar 24, 2015 | Category: Hidden Knowledge | Comments: 0

The practicing occultist’s primary objective is to hide knowledge so that it can be used to gain an advantage over those of you who do not have the same knowledge. Magic, or what they refer to as Black Magic is one of the ways they go about hiding, or occulting both the knowledge they hide, and their methods of hiding it.

Fear of death

Chances are, you know, or have heard of a child who is afraid of the dark. For most adults, it seems like a childish fear because you all know that when the child goes to bed, turning off the light does not create any danger in the bedroom that didn’t exist when the lights were on. But to the child, that fear if danger is very real.

But what the parent doesn’t usually know is that the fear of the dark is an instinct that developed millions of years ago in our evolutionary ancestors as a survival mechanism. Imagine a small group of early humans living outside in the wilderness. At night, any number of predators come out to hunt stealthily, under the cover of darkness. So in order to survive they became more fearful and their senses became more heightened. They took measures to protect themselves from what may have been lurking in the darkness, like seeking or building shelter, lighting fires that cast light on their immediate surroundings to keep night time predators away, etc. It goes back even further I’m sure, because even the lower animals have natural fears that protect them, but this explanation should suffice for now.

Fast forward to the present.

How many people walking around going about their lives today even know they have primal fears that go back to beyond the time when their evolutionary ancestors walked on all fours or discovered fire?

If you ask them, they’ll probably say yes, they know about it, or acknowledge that it makes a lot of sense.

But try to tell them that when a priest talks about the dark forces of evil, or a video is realeased online of an ISIS terrorist dressed in black, or a local cop wears black riot gear, they are invoking that primal fear of darkness and the person will laugh at you or call you a nutcase.

Go farther and tell them that those people are performing a type of black magic called an invocation and see where it gets you.

Even the word ‘black’ when used in conjunction with the word ‘magic’ is, in and of itself, an invocation that ‘conjures’ those primal fears of the unknown dangers lurking in the dark.

As you read this, right now, you are experiencing fear and some discomfort, because I am talking about black, darkness, fear and black magic.

But just like the small child who was afraid of the dark, once the parent goes into the room, turns on the light and maybe shows the child that there’s nothing to fear in the closet, under the bed or behind the dresser, whether the lights are on or off, once people know what was previously unknown there is no reason to fear it. Or if some danger does exist, appropriate action can be taken to protect oneself from that danger without being gripped by fear, just like our evolutionary ancestors did millions of years ago.

It really is that simple. That really is all there is to it.

The magic only happens in the minds of the people who don’t have the knowledge of how the tricks are done.

Occult Practioners Have Taken Over The Internet

Mar 23, 2015 | Category: Hidden Knowledge | Comments: 1

What is the occult?

Back in May of 2012 I published the definition of the word occult as:

The word occult comes from the Latin word occultus (clandestine, hidden, secret), referring to “knowledge of the hidden.”

The Online Etymology Dictionary defines the word occult as:

occult (adj.)

1530s, “secret, not divulged,” from Middle French occulte and directly from Latin occultus “hidden, concealed, secret,” past participle of occulere “cover over, conceal,” from ob “over” (see ob-) + a verb related to celare “to hide,” from PIE root *kel- (2) “to cover, conceal” (see cell). Meaning “not apprehended by the mind, beyond the range of understanding” is from 1540s. The association with the supernatural sciences (magic, alchemy, astrology, etc.) dates from 1630s.

The definition varies slightly from dictionary to dictionary but the principle definition always remains the same – occult means hidden, to occult something means to hide it from view and occultists or occult practitioners are those who hide knowledge.

The handfull of companies, government agencies and other entities I mentioned in my previous post titled The Truth Is Dead Online, are, by all definitions, occultists and occult practitioners, as is any group or individual who hides knowledge and information to gain an advantage over those who do not have that knowledge

That’s a fact. And if you don’t ‘believe’ it, that’s called ignorance:

ignorant (adj.)

late 14c., from Old French ignorant (14c.), from Latin ignorantia, from ignorantem (nominative ignorans), present participle of ignorare “not to know, to be unacquainted; mistake, misunderstand; take no notice of, pay no attention to,” from assimilated form of in- “not, opposite of” (see in- (1)) + Old Latin gnarus “aware, acquainted with” (cognates: Classical Latin noscere “to know,” notus “known”), from Proto-Latin suffixed form *gno-ro-, related to gnoscere “to know” (see know).

Form influenced by Latin ignotus “unknown.” Also see uncouth. Colloquial sense of “ill-mannered” first attested 1886. As a noun meaning “ignorant person” from mid-15c.

And ignorance is both the goal and the result of the occult.

Is this making sense to you yet?

The Truth Is Dead Online

Mar 23, 2015 | Category: Psychological Warfare | Comments: 1


Twitter rolls out new filter for “threats, abusive language. Quality filtering” seen on iOS app; only verified users have access for now.

In the wake of leaked February statements by Twitter CEO Dick Costolo, the social media platform has rolled out a number of tools to help users deal with abuse, threats, and other rule-breaking content. However, those mostly consisted of improved reporting capabilities—meaning users may still see the nasty stuff; they could just tattle on it more efficiently.

That changed on Monday when Twitter quietly unveiled its first major filter for the service. After seeing the filter pop up in a post by tech entrepreneur Anil Dash, Ars confirmed with a Twitter spokesperson that “quality filtering” has gone live for a select number of “verified” Twitter users, so long as those users enable the option in the notifications settings of Twitter’s iOS app.

This means that if someone doesn’t like something, simply because they don’t like it, they’ll report it.

It ain’t much different than Google saying their algorythm is changing so that pages will be ranked based on ‘truth’. Who’s truth?

It doesn’t matter. Google will make it nearly impossible to do real research online where the person doing the searching gets to compare fact to fiction and find the real truth. Then when that real truth is published it will be buried in the search results because it contradicts the accepted truth.

Spam used to be UCE (Unsolicited Commercial Email) and when the ability to mark items as spam in email accounts was widely introduced by providers, they started marking things that annoyed them as spam, effectively adding legitimate people and newsletters as spam.

Trust ranking sites like web of trust allow anyone to report a site as an attack site or malware distributer and it is now used as a weapon to falsely mark sites that publish controversial material, effectively scaring people into not reading those sites any more.

Forums that claim to be free and open platforms have been taken over by socialist extremists and scientologists who go and modify legit user’s posts so that it fits the socialist agenda.

Intelligence agencies set up blogs and sites to counter articles written by independent scholars, researchers and journalists for the sake of countering them with lies.

Wikipedia articles stating the truth about police brutality are edited by police departments to erase their brutality from the public record.

It’s forced solipsism, where you can’t be sure if anything is real outside of your own mind, and you can’t even be sure that’s real since it was shaped by outside influences.

I have a solution. See my next post. It will be linked here as soon as it’s published.

People Who ‘Believe’ In Black Magic Believe I’m A Satanist

Mar 22, 2015 | Category: Hidden Knowledge | Comments: 0

Well folks, I hereby declare that the general public — or at least the portion of the general public I’m acquainted with — are suffering from a mental illness.

I just returned from a friend’s place where we had a nice time chatting and having dinner and the topic of conversation drifted toward how screwed up the world is. So during this conversation, I cracked open my laptop to transfer some relevant files to an SD card for the friend to peruse at her leisure and she happened to see some of the icons on the screen.

“The Satanic Bible?” she said, alarmed.

“Oh, it’s just some things I’ve been researching about the occult and satanism.” I replied.

Over the next few minutes, she became increasingly worried and incredulous as I tried to explain that, in order to find out more info on a subject, you have to research it fully and rather than reading a bunch of other people’s opinions, it’s best to research the source material.

You can imagine what transpired then… I excused myself and came home.

The emails that were waiting for me were even less coherent than her in-person rants.

“You don’t have to ‘believe in’ something just because you’re reading it.” I reasoned. “I’m researching it, that’s all. I don’t subscribe to anyone else’s doctrine. That’s why I am reading the source material, and it’s also why I don’t read opinions. I want to know the facts and truth.”

Well, that didn’t sink in either, so I gave up and now I’m writing this.

Mental illness. Those are strong words, but when someone who obviously ‘believes in’ black magic to the point where they think magic exists and that just by reading something you have to believe it too… that’s just silly… because after you read it objectively, without bias or belief, there is no magic.

Magic can only exist in the minds of people who don’t know how the tricks are done. Anything other than the primal fears inherent in humans, like the fear of falling from great heights, or the fear of being eaten by a shark or animal, is nothing more than fear of the unknown.

If you walk into a room and the lights are on, and there’s nothing in that room that can hurt you, does turning off the lights change anything in that room? Is your fear of the dark reasonable if nothing changed except the degree of illumination?

I prefer to turn on the lights and check my surroundings first, rather than than remain fearful out of ignorance.

Edit: She works at the same place I do. Maybe I’ll wear black every day this week at work Muahaha! :)

Google Adsense Spying Exposed

Mar 21, 2015 | Category: Intel/Corp Spying | Comments: 0


Publishers of websites who participate in Google’s Adsense monetisation
program should keep a close eye on visitor logs.

Several covert IP addresses are used by Google’s policy compliance

If you see any of these visiting your web pages, you are about to get a
nasty surprise. Your adverts are about to be disabled and possibly your
whole Adsense account suspended too.

At first look, IP range [] thru [] is
apparently TeliaSonera AB of Sweden. But in recent years, Google has
secretly acquired this block for covert spying. My contacts tell me that
this block is now based in Dublin, Ireland.

But they give the game away by also visiting the same web pages under
investigation in close sequence from well known Google Bot addresses
[66.249.*.*] at the same time. Just for good measure, Google’s corporate IP
blocks get in on the act too. These include [] thru

8 Week Long Jade Helm Domestic Warfare Military Drill Lists Texas, Utah As Hostile Territory

Mar 20, 2015 | Category: Real Terrorism | Comments: 1

You can download the Jade Helm PDF with the slides and info here.

“Jade Helm is a challenging eight-week joint military and Interagency (IA) Unconventional Warfare (UW) exercise conducted throughout Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah and Colorado,” according to an unclassified military document announcing the training drill, which runs from July 15 through September 15.

Multiple branches of the US military, including Green Berets, Navy Seals, and the 82nd Airborne Division, will participate in the 8-week long exercise, which may result in “increased aircraft in the area at night.”

Troops will be tasked with honing advanced skills in “large areas of undeveloped land with low population densities,” and will work alongside civilians “to gain their trust and an understanding of the issues.”

The exercise, in which some participants will be “wearing civilian clothes and driving civilian vehicles,” lists Texas and Utah as “hostile” territory.

According to the document, Texas was chosen due to the state’s “historically supportive… efforts to prepare our soldiers, airmen, marines and sailors to fight the enemies of the United States.”

Despite the document’s claims, multiple Army training manuals and studies in the past have specifically targeted such states due to concerns over the growing influence of right-leaning ideologies and groups, such as the “Tea Party.”

A leaked 2012 US Army Military Police training manual, entitled “Civil Disturbance Operations,” described how soldiers would be ordered to confiscate firearms and kill American “dissidents.” The manual also revealed that prisoners would be detained in temporary internment camps and “re-educated” to gain a new appreciation of “U.S. policies,” in accordance with U.S. Army FM 3-19.40 Internment/Resettlement Operations.

Also in 2012, a Department of Homeland Security-funded study characterized Americans “suspicious of centralized federal authority,” and “reverent of individual liberty” as “extreme right-wing” terrorists.