I have no idea as to the veracity of the information, as is usual with most of the UFO/Hidden History categories, but thought it should be posted here
for those that are interested and missed it.
The platform /people discussing it are newbies to the subject, but John Warner IV is a guy who was born into two powerful American families
(Mellon-Warner) that were in the middle of many historical events and he wrote a work of fiction with allegedly factual information about Earth's
hidden history and power structures. I suppose his family is an appeal to authority, but again, no idea on my part.
Basically, according to Warner, the following subjects have validity (in no particular order): David Icke's lizard folk/ Tartaria and other ancient
lost civs/ Illuminati/ UFO-UAPs/ Nazi hidden tech/ Humans are an alien created slave race/religions are control mechanisms (don't burn me- just the
reluctant messenger) /Earth and humanity are far older than we were told / universe is littered with life/ etc.
Again, I don't endorse it, but present it just because. I hope it's horse-poop and delirium because if not, the alternative is... troubling.
Have fun. Playing at 2x is a useful thang.
Oh, the YouTube channel is "Project Unity" and the book is called Little Anton -by John Warner IV ; historical fiction about the guy that started
edit on 2/21/2021 by Baddogma because: added source info
One thing, it's too bad that the "library fairy" that helped weird researchers back in the analog days has been replaced, for the most part, by
algorithms and are thus less based in synchronicity (whatever that is, exactly) and more... artifice.
I tend to agree that humanity is amazing and the "slave race" label may be hasty, but 1) I wasn't there at our inception to see first hand and 2)
humanity being amazing is primarily due to a lack of a broad example of sentience with which to compare, so far.
With the developing train wreck of the virus narrative, I'm warming to Warner's assertions.
edit on 6/11/2021 by Baddogma because:
edit on 6/11/2021 by Baddogma because: predictive spelling fails again
Saw this guy on Dark Journalist. Man, dark journalist has really took a new agey wierd turn lately. Disappointing really cause now he is basically in
the david wilcock bag if you ask me. Dude has lost it
I would have agreed with the assessment re 'DJ losing the plot' not too long ago, too, but all the weird "new agey" and conspiracy stuff is being
validated to some extent lately, so I'm far less inclined to laugh these days.
For many reasons, I hope I can regain my sense of humor and perspective regarding dark conspiracies.
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