posted on Nov, 18 2012 @ 01:25 AM
I know this is a dead thread, but I read almost alll of it, and I have some impressions. I'm an editor/writer and I can often read into things by
the way someone writes. I can also garner a lot from their use of grammar, puctuation and also word choice.
I think Hidden Hand had some wisdom he wanted to impart on people, but he is not a member of a ruling bloodline family. What he did was this: He had
to find a vehicle in which he could interest members here when deciding how he would spread this info. This being a conspiracy site, he decided on
the ruling bloodline story, believing that would hold our interest the most.
Although mostly an eloquent writer, he was inconsistent. Think of his communication as a mask, and he'd often drop the mask sometimes--being that
who he was trying to portray is not who he really is. He couldn't be consistent all of the time. For example, at one point he wrote something like,
"My father wanted me to get off the flipping computer...." This is an unusual word choice for someone who was trying to come off as a
sophisticated, English man sitting in a castle somewhere, and well educated, etc.
The use of the word 'whilst" is British, as were the spellings of many of his words, like "colour." I would guess he is not from the United
States. This may have been done purposely, but it would have been hard to pull off consistently if he was not really British.
While his speech was inconsistently eloquent, his punctuation was consisently incorrect. For example, when using quotation marks the punctuation
always goes within the quotes. The correct way: "happy." not "happy". For someone as educated as he feigned to be, this was a very consistent
mistake in his communications and would not be done by someone who was brilliantly educated.
His writing showed that he was lying about his family circumstances, as he was over zealous about communicating it. It didn't read as "real."
Every chance he got, he wrote about how busy he was, how he was off on a long journey to Rome, etc. You could tell it was part of a story line he was
incorporating into his writing and not just the musings of a man. It didn't "play" correctly--it stuck out. He was purposely trying to
communicate these details to fit into the character he was playing and to be more convincing, but it stuck out as odd and not at all real. A man in
his position would not have shared those details--except one that wanted to convince us that he was who he said he was. If you were going to make up
a character, you'd feel compelled to include details to paint a picture of that character, and that is exactly what he did.
I think HH knew a lot about the topic he was writing about, but he merely made up a character he thought would be compelling to the people here and
used it as a vehicle to get inside. He should have just written to us as an expert on this subject and been himself. Lying takes away from the
I am 100 percent certain he is not a man from a major ruling bloodline. I could see the inconsistencies in his story, in his language, in his
"mask." He dropped the ball here and there--just enough to punch holes in his character.
I think the material was interesting and compelling, and I can see why people were so taken with him. But he is not who he said he was.