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TERROR DATE 6/23/2010 CONFIRMED! First Illuminati Warning Found & Decoded.

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posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 05:15 PM
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Originally posted by DAMOo
reply to post by Gold_Bug
 


WHY THIS ARTICLE ?

This is really funny, a guy just read the news and said to himself "I will decrypt this article ! ". I mean this is ridiculous you could have done that with any article and find a different date.
If the situation described in this article do exist, if the events really occurred, then why trying to find a message in the name of a guy that really exists or numbers are actually correct ?

At least did you try to find if the article describes something real ? You need to answer that, this is how the work allegedly began...

[edit on 10/6/10 by DAMOo]


Hi DAMOo,

Maybe the media that delivered the article, which was the Telegraph, is questionable...


Could The Telegraph's Operation Blackjack Be The Illuminati's
www.youtube.com...

And what the hell is this?

Masonic references in games
freemasonry.bcy.ca...

Blackjack = game and game = prey. Coincidence?

Maybe the article is a part of the game.

I know one thing for sure, there's more than meets the eye.

Toni

[edit on 12-6-2010 by Antoniastar]




posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 06:05 PM
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Hi Gold Bug,

Thanks for bringing the subject of Blackjack to my attention. I had never heard of Operation Blackjack - that I recall - before being introduced to this thread.

Want to hear something crazy? I was at a grocery store a couple of nights ago. I was walking up the registers to pay for my goods when I felt compelled to stop and pick up a magazine ... some gossip mag. When I put it back, my eyes fell to the lowest rack and I saw a book about secret societies. I picked it up because on the front cover I noticed the All See[ing] Eye. There didn't seem to be anyone around where I was standing and I didn't see anyone watching me.

Thumbing through the pages, I got sidetracked on a page that showed people laying around after drinking Koolaid and that's when a man that works at the store walked by and said "Good Night". Apparently it was time to go, by the tone in his voice and I noticed that he looked at what I was reading as he walked by. So I said goodnight back. He then set up a bunch of papers and boxes not too far from me and pretended to not watch me.

I had to work fast. I found the story about the Illuminati. I scanned the first page and found a reference to a website address, then I put the book back and left.

When I got home I looked up the address on my laptop. Lo and behold it was a confirmation! I had already been to the website and bookmarked it.

The point is that there is a Shadow Government and they play shadowy games. The man at the store likely does not have a clue to the force behind his action to hurry me along. That's how the TPTB work ... and play...

The Game. The ultimate game...the take over of planets, matrices, galaxies game. It's a big game that's in bed with a big agenda.

Who decides whether I'm a game player or a game piece?

Am I to be picked up and moved by a shadow hand or am I playing along? Or maybe I am an opponent playing by "house rules". Do you ever feel like you're the player and the card at the same time?

Hit or Stand?
Blackjack
en.wikipedia.org...

Play or Draw?
Switch (card game)
en.wikipedia.org...(card_game)

Strategy plays a key role with the Shadow Government. But it's not any kind of strategy (we all strat throughout our lives) ... it's a focused kind of strategy that can follow through with a plan that is hundreds of years and hundred of players in-the-making. A strategy that is simple enough to duplicate so that it can be passed along from one generation to the next. A strategy that takes into account the big picture as well as the day-to-day details of the plan. A strategy that kills the killer, that wipes out a history of killing or, at the very least, obscures and/or evades from the truth of it.

They cover their tracks and they do it well. They should by now, with the expertise and knowledge of actual game play. Just because we might not know or remember what happened at the game table say 400 years ago, on a certain date and time, doesn't mean that the Shadow Government doesn't know or remember.



In essence, it's a game of elimination. Losers lose. Winners win.

Toni









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posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 06:46 PM
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Thank you for your nice comments.

Real life is indeed stranger than fiction. I have many many real life stories that if posted no one would believe, yet every one is true. Maybe over time I will post bits and pieces here and there. Let's just say that for more than 40 years, I've been hot on the trail of TPTB.

I throw you a bone and say this... Back in the early '80s, I was flat broke walking downtown near a state office tower with two computer geeks that I knew in high school. In that day in age, out of necessity we were all given access to the most powerful executives and secrets in the insurance industry, simply because we were developing custom administrative software. Over lunch the three of us envisioned a GUI (graphics user interface) and a global computer network. Our clients needed the GUI because they did not know CPM (the disk operating system that was purchased by Bill Gates and turned into MS DOS) and were having a hard time using our custom software. Some of that software was being used by insurance agents to print out applications that were then mailed into the home office and keyed back into the computer. What we envisioned was nothing less than WINDOWS and the INTERNET. We conveyed this information to our bosses (Top Insurance Executives and tried to get them to finance the development of this venture; mind you this was years before Microsoft released its first version of windows) the fool insurance executives were not interested in owning a software company that they did not understand and turned us down. Life suks


AT ANY RATE, the point is that the three of us realized back then the POWER of data collection on the net. We understood that everyone connected to the net would input data that we could collect, store, and analyze. We however did not envision the 'search engine' which in its own right is one hell of an invention. We did believe that we could uncover the entire power structure of the world over time as the people of the world entered their secrets into a network that we could tap into. The net in many ways is turning the world to glass as we are all able to see each other. The net is forcing a social revolution and it’s this revolution that is scaring the hell out of TPTB because their power structure may not survive the exposure of centuries of secrets.

If you have not done so already, you need to read this ATS thread:

www.abovetopsecret.com...&addstar=1&on=8653536#pid8653536



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 09:12 PM
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You are most certainly welcome. My pleasure.

You know I think you're contagious Goldbug. Whatever you've got, I want it.


You got brains, that's what you've got. I like the way you think. If more people were "hot on the trail of TPTB", where would we be? We'd be needin' to make the trail a wee bit wider.

Don't it make you wanna chew nails when people with backing ain't got brains and then the people with the brains ain't got back? Look on the good side will ya? You could be a bio-puppet for the PTB right now if you had received credit for the invention of your own version of Windows and the Internet.

You know it's funny that you mention it cuz I was reading something about the invention of the Internet not too long ago. Wasn't the Internet put in place to further the agenda of TPTB? So perhaps they snatched the idea from you guys and pretended not to understand what you and your colleges were presentin'. It wouldn't surprise me.

The no-gooders use us lower-classes (excuse me) to siphon creative thought and ideas ... many do it for free at less than a drop of a hat cuz they feel like they're "doing their part". Hell how many computer users are allowing their computers to be used for extra-curricular activities "in the background"? That is rhetorical okay? The only time that they are required to get involved is to choose the next project and, even then, the users can opt for the multiple projects option so that they don't have be bothered with it all. Wow. Talk about mindless intervention. It's so robotic if you ask me.

Yes life does sukc sometimes. So you got stories huh? I'd love to hear them, especially if they're stranger than fiction. I'm into that kind of thing. Strange is my middle name.
I am a writer so, hey, if you want someone to write your story, please let me know. I take gold for payment. Coins are good since bullion is too cumbersome for me. It's such a drag to go shopping like that. hahaha

Maybe TPTB know that you're on their trail and that is causing some of the strangeness? Just a thought. Can you see me now? Naw I know what you mean about search engines and secrets and all that. Transparency is only good for evil when it suits their purpose, otherwise it can be detrimental.

Wonder if I can tell what they had for breakfast this morning. Wouldn't THAT irk the nincompoops, incorrigibles and high-tech Toms?

It just prisses me off that they get away with murder! Ya know I think you're right about the exposure thing. Well it's their own damn fault..that's what they get for thinkn' they're the smartest kid on the block (when they're not) ... they're exposing themselves (perverts) by the very means meant to fan the flames of their need for power and dominance.

You'd think that they've factored this into to the equation. Oh yes that's right...who's gonna get to them in their high and and mighty and not-so-high hidden places?

It reminds me of my days on the farm. We had a "gopher problem". The farmer tried everything to get rid of those gophers but to now avail. They're smart little varmints. The games they played with that poor frustrated farmer are mind-googling. To this day the gophers are still at that farm as far as I know. That's because the farmer never used dynamite.

Yes! I have had the privilege of digging into the exciting thread called "All Roads Lead to Rome"!!!! I have not had the time to read all of it...but I have read some of it...both the work of the author as well as many following pages of commentary. Amazing the connections that the author makes from past to present. I'm floored by it all and intend to go back for more asap.

Thanks for the bone.


Toni

Uhhhh OKAY... I said to myself, "Well that's good, it's late...I'll just post this (speaking of this post)...and right as I hit the button to post it...I looked down at my computer clock...too late.

[edit on 12-6-2010 by Antoniastar]



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 10:23 PM
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www.facebook.com...

what do you guys think?

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posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 11:23 PM
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Originally posted by aquaman411
www.facebook.com...

what do you guys think?

[edit on 12-6-2010 by aquaman411]


Hi aquaman411,

I think some idiot is going out their way to debunk a creative code-cracking effort. Either the idiot needs to get a life or is purposely attempting to turn this thread and others like it, into a big joke by feeding off the creative ideas of others. I read the first part of the Fb broadcast and there are several points that were discussed on this thread that are used on the Fb page to form and project a distorted, perverted and sensational picture for readers.

On a more positive note: Other like-minded idiots will more than likely find the Fb page hilarious. Hopefully no hard-core idiots run across the page because they just might book a flight to the nearest Blackjack city.

It's tuff being Toni but someone's gotta do it.


[edit on 12-6-2010 by Antoniastar]



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 12:03 AM
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[edit on 12-6-2010 by aquaman411]

Hi aquaman411,

I think some idiot is going out their way to debunk a creative code-cracking effort. Either the idiot needs to get a life or is purposely attempting to turn this thread and others like it, into a big joke by feeding off the creative ideas of others. I read the first part of the Fb broadcast and there are several points that were discussed on this thread that are used on the Fb page to form and project a distorted, perverted and sensational picture for readers.

On a more positive note: Other like-minded idiots will more than likely find the Fb page hilarious. Hopefully no hard-core idiots run across the page because they just might book a flight to the nearest Blackjack city.

It's tuff being Toni but someone's gotta do it.


[edit on 12-6-2010 by Antoniastar]

I wrote that article because I think OP BJ is something to take for serious, and I think it's the only way to create exposure on facebook. the more people that know about it, the better, regardless of which side i was pretending to be on. it was obviously more of a funny thing, but i signed up on ATS just cuz OP BJ is concerning me



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 12:05 AM
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what i was going for was for people to laugh, and then be like wait a minute that is kinda weird....ya dig?



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 01:17 AM
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Think about it. If this threat is real then why not try to think like the terrorists to find other clues as to the 'where' of the perceived threats?

Why alert the general population to London, New York City, Washington DC, Toronto, Mexico City and Los Angeles?

There's a chance that some will avoid the six cities mentioned in Operation Blackjack on the date decrypted (assuming that the terrorists hope that someone will decrypt their clues and codes) and perhaps more would end up at the places that they actually want more people to be at.

What if the danger zones aren't obvious? Just a thought.

Another thing. I wonder if someone can do skip sequencing with the following cities? I made sure they're in the order given in the video..

www.youtube.com...

LondonNewYorkCityWashingtonDCTorontoMexicoCityLosAngeles

And maybe try it in reverse as well. What are we looking for? I dunno, maybe acronyms for names of airports. Or maybe the cities connect in some coherent way to separate airports, as routes or some other flight pattern.

At a glance I got a 2 and a 4 from the six cities mentioned...there are 2 cities located outside the U.S.A. and 4 located in the U.S.A.. It might mean nothing. Maybe 24 as in the 24th...the day after the 23rd? or not. Just brainstorming. Also all six cities begin with a consonant.

Denver, Colorado is mentioned in the Operation Blackjack vid as headquarters. It could refer to the underground military bases that are beneath the Denver International Airport. Apparently the black jackal that was recently moved into the airport is parked directly over an underground railway. Is black jack short for black jackal? It's possible that the two words were joined for website page purposes.

Here is an article announcing the not-so-warm welcome of the Anubis.

And Now: 26-Foot Tall Statue of Anubis, the Egyptian God of the Dead, Installed at Denver International Airport
cryptogon.com...

Here's another interesting statue at the Denver I.A. ...





The gargoyle is sitting on a suitcase that is chained to the gargoyle.

And here's a picture of a black jackal...




Notice that the jackal that they planted inside the airport facing the area where they plan on putting the King Tut exhibit, is a replica.

Toni




[edit on 13-6-2010 by Antoniastar]



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 01:33 AM
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Originally posted by aquaman411
what i was going for was for people to laugh, and then be like wait a minute that is kinda weird....ya dig?


aquaman411,

Oh yes I dig. But not for my own grave. Now that was funny.

Guess I personally didn't find your Fb page funny, but like I said before...some might it hilarious. As satire I can see it. Explain how something might think it's "weird" after a laugh? Weird as 'suspicious'? Is that what you mean?

Toni



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 01:33 AM
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Originally posted by aquaman411
what i was going for was for people to laugh, and then be like wait a minute that is kinda weird....ya dig?


aquaman411,

Oh yes I dig. But not for my own grave. Now that was funny.

Guess I personally didn't find your Fb page funny, but like I said before...some might it hilarious. As satire I can see it. Explain how something might think it's "weird" after a laugh? Weird as 'suspicious'? Is that what you mean?

Toni



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 01:52 AM
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Okay the Operation Blackjack vid also mentions the North American Union and here is the wiki for that...

en.wikipedia.org...

This could be tied into the six cities mentioned in the vid. Here's what the wiki says...

"The North American Union (NAU) is a theoretical economic union, in some instances also a political union, of Canada, Mexico, and the United States. It is loosely based on the European Union, occasionally including a common currency called the Amero or the North American Dollar."

The American dollar is predicted for complete collapse by the end of 2010. Another interesting thought is that the O.W.O. wants to do away with borders and a union of countries is not a new idea...

"Since at least the mid-19th century, numerous concepts for a union between Canada, Mexico and the United States, some including Caribbean, Central American and South American countries, have been proposed, such as the North American Technate."

One more interesting thought about the airport angle. What if gas prices soar so high that the air travel business is bought out and air space is controlled by government...and soon? Listen to the first few minutes of this vid..

www.youtube.com...

Maybe someone is planning on remodeling a few airports? As far as the one in Denver goes...it would be a great way to test the stability of the underground facilities.

Don't get me started.


Toni



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 01:57 AM
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Basically, I want people to look into the event more themselves and choose whether or not it's worth staying in their city if they are going to be there at the time those bombs are supposedly going to go off.

if you were to yell at someone to get the # out cuz a terror attack is coming, you can't just link them to a bunch of ATS articles to convince em of anything. you have to make them see that it's a common knowledge by people not on ATS too. facebook would be awesome for such a warning, and even if they don't believe it to be a legitimate threat, at least they were entertained. so you should really join the event and invite your friends.



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 02:23 AM
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Okay here's a connection to the Daily Telegraph and Freemasonry...

My keywords are "Sir Frederick Barclay"; freemasonry; illuminati"

And the one result came up with a snapshot that says...

"The Iconoclast - New English Review
The (FUU) said the clubs were "infidel" fronts for Freemasonry and the world .... bought by Daily Telegraph owners, Sir David and Sir Frederick Barclay. ...
newenglishreview.com/blog_months.cfm/m/2/y/2009/sr/300"

Unfortunately the page isn't cached and I don't have the time to weed through the whole page in order find the flower.

newenglishreview.com...

Sir Federick Barclay is one of two current owners of the Daily Telegraph...he's a twin. His brother's name is David. They are "billionaires" and "reclusive".

en.wikipedia.org...

Here's the results for keywords "Sir David Barclay"; freemasonry; illuminati" ...

"Alvin was right... the New World Order is coming - Deep House Page ...
25 posts - 15 authors - Last post: Apr 3, 2009
Amidst the unraveling of the takeover Sir David Barclay suggested that .... World leaders are just telling us their whole freemasonry plans. .."

www.deephousepage.com...



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posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 02:31 AM
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nice find!

is it abnormal that the telegraph is okay with fearmongering with the whole op bj thing, or is that something they would do to boost ratings?



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 02:32 AM
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Okay that's enough doubles for today. Omg. Wow. I was just reading down the page at ....

www.deephousepage.com...

And noticed that someone else, a Martin Red, had also posted about the Barclay brothers with a Wikipedia link. It's bedtime for me. I feel like I've come full circle for now.

Toni



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 02:40 AM
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Originally posted by aquaman411
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Basically, I want people to look into the event more themselves and choose whether or not it's worth staying in their city if they are going to be there at the time those bombs are supposedly going to go off.

if you were to yell at someone to get the # out cuz a terror attack is coming, you can't just link them to a bunch of ATS articles to convince em of anything. you have to make them see that it's a common knowledge by people not on ATS too. facebook would be awesome for such a warning, and even if they don't believe it to be a legitimate threat, at least they were entertained. so you should really join the event and invite your friends.


Sounds reasonable. If you find it your personal responsibility to warn people of a terrorist attack or to entertain people, then I see your logic.

No thank you, I have plans for the 23rd. Maybe if I had more notice and had a twisted sense of humor, I might think about joining your event. But only for a moment. Then the thought would vanish into thin air.



Toni



posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 02:49 AM
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posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 03:13 AM
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Originally posted by aquaman411
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nice find!

is it abnormal that the telegraph is okay with fearmongering with the whole op bj thing, or is that something they would do to boost ratings?



Thanks.


Don't have an answer for ya. Maybe you could ask one of the Barclay brothers. Or maybe they can't be reached. You could write to the Telegraph and ask them why they printed the Operation Blackjack slideshow.

""They're very secretive and it's hard to divine exactly what it is they want," said Roy Greenslade, a professor of journalism and a former editor.

"But we know that they're fairly Euro-sceptic, in spite of living in the Channel Islands; we know that they are broadly conservative, so in that sense the Telegraph is a perfect vehicle for them," he said.

The pair, thought to be in their late 60s, go to great lengths to guard their privacy, rarely giving interviews. Even their exact date of birth is unknown.

Worth an estimated £650 million, they live in a medieval-style granite fortress on the tiny island of Brecqhou, off southwest England."

Barclay brothers pounce on Hollinger
www.ioltechnology.co.za...

From the same news source I found the OP's article...

Major terrorists head to court
www.iol.co.za...

I wonder if The Daily Telegraph is considered "mainstream media". I'm pretty sure that it is. Other it's "alternative news".

Toni

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posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 03:18 AM
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Originally posted by AgentSmith
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Ah come on I'm not ready to die yet!



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