posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 02:31 PM
Mary Shelly would simply be an example of effective cover maintained. She would not have to be involved with any known secret society, or occult
group to be what I think of as an Illuminatti member (not the Bavarain sect as much as a member of an illuminated underground). Any knowledge she
possess on such issues would never be written down in plain language. If it were written down at all, it would be in symbolically encryted form, i.e.
in story form, which is a very standard practice. "Medical details" would be standard issue knowledge for people who practice surgery on etheric
doubles, etc.... The Frankenstein story is made use of in a technically correct, symbolic fashion by movie makers (Rocky Horror, etc...) as it
relates to astral-occult vampirism. The idea is that a new person can be made from from old via "bite." The idea of transplanting brains and body
parts (talents), as well as using machinery (symbolic of astral ritual presence, born of secret network influence) to animate a "vehicle" is a
symbolic encryption of what can occur in someone's bedroom over the course of a decade or more. These people do their best journaling in their
mind's eye only. Anything else is cover. What they say about their works out in the open is different from what they think of their works.
Concrete information can only be arrived at by some serious thinking and researching on your part, to the point were your research paper will be
turned in a decade or two late. The information is simply not to be found in clear, explicit form.