Whoever mocks Rik Clays contributions hasn't done their research and can't explain how his insights and very clever associations have been
systematically tracked down on the Internet and
Whoever MOCKS anyone, mocks someone. That's all. Even people who know he's right, can mock him. Didn't you know that?
In any case, my criticism about Rik Clay so far is that although he has clearly investigated and researched a lot, he lacks certain understanding that
would be required to put a number of things to proper context, and he uses sweeping generalizations over things, and finally, he seems to also jump to
conclusions, instead of being critical about his information sources, ideas, thought patterns, and so forth.
He seems to 'advance too fast' instead of chewing the previous information properly. He IS on the right track in many cases, and he DOES present a
lot of undeniable facts (or at least did - who knows what he's doing now), but then he makes 'conclusions' without solid basis, and jumps quickly
to assumptions, when he should have stayed and researched some more, and been more critical.
He was very young when he died, and at that age, his own chakra system wasn't fully developed into 'spiritual adulthood'. I would have (and indeed
did) made similar mistakes at his young age with this kind of research, and so on.
For example, he concludes that because 'all the religious figures' have a sun drawn around their heads, that means 'sun worshipping'. That's not
the case - it's just that saints actually GLOW, because they are so high in their spiritual level, that even to a less spiritually sensitive eyes,
especially their head area appears to be shrouded in light and eminate a divine glow (which they indeed do). The same goes for highly evolved
Extraterrestrial visitors - the contact people and the abductees often claim they eminate a divine light, that they glow like angels, etc.
But because you can't create glow with paint on a canvas, you have to paint it somehow 'symbolically'. This doesn't mean you worship the sun, it
only means it's the only way to show that they had a distinguishable glow around their heads (and actually, their whole bodies, but it's the most
powerful around the head area).
He also never explains what's so wrong about 'sun worship'. He didn't seem to realize that it was never really 'sun worship' per se, and that
things were much more 'real' in ancient egypt, than in our 'symbolic-only' age. For example, people really DID have animal heads, and were of very
varying sizes - there were giants as well as really tiny people. Earth was not as 'solid' back then, so a lot of things were more possible than
nowadays. It seems like fairy tale fantasy now, .. but I digress.
This is explained better elsewhere, but I might try to explain the 'sun worship' thing briefly. It's not the visible sun that is worshipped (and
not really worshipped, but more like utilized and harnessed), it's the non-visible part of the sun. The etheric/astral sun, or the "black sun", if
What is "black sun" in german language? Schwartze Sonne.
It shouldn't be a surprise that the Nazis were fundamentally an occultistic cult. Especially the SS, which had the dual meaning in their name - the
actual one ("Schwartze Sonne"), and the official one ("Schutzstaffel"), to fool the masses.
It's no coincidence that the favorite NWO symbol (the skulls and crossbones) was the SS symbol, seen in many pictures on their caps.
(that is a HUGE picture, something like 4322 x 2892 - I wonder why they have such a high-res picture of THAT ugly thing, but often, when you want to
look at something beautiful, like old world art or craftsmanship, you only get a tiny resolution picture - the size is why I am not linking it
directly as an image here)
That same death cult symbol has always been the symbol of the same group - the human individuals of the group may die (and be reborn, with occultic
rituals they can even be guided to be reborn to certain families, and so on), but the 'demonic presence' of the group, whatever you want to call it
or think it is, follows it like it's symbolism, all throughout the history.
All the way from the pirates and their flag (the originators of voodoo seremonies and other occult stuff, for example in New Orleans - they were the
people who practiced this stuff - undoubtedly the same child sacrifice to moloch as they always do - not the 'black people'), down the line to the
Nazis and the SS, and then to the 'Skulls and Crossbones' SOCIETY (an important legalese word, relieving them from the 'other' society (where most
people are in)), and finally to the NWO / Illuminati / Shadow Government / Whatever you want to call it.
So, Rik Clay provides interesting information and insights, but -some- of his conclusions are not well research or thought-out, or based on real
evidence, handled with critical investigations. He was young.