Sunday, April 27, 2014

#1015: Ron Patton

Ron Patton is yet another mainstay, specializing in mind control. Patton runs the site, and gives you a brief history of mind control here, where he focuses on all the usual (and some less usual) suspects: The Roman Catholic church, the Nazis, and The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, the apex having been reached with the Project MKULTRA and the non-existent Project Monarch.

Apparently these are all pieces in Illuminati attempts to control the general population. “A majority of the victims/survivors come from multi-generational Satanic families (bloodlines) and are ostensibly programmed to fill their destiny as the chosen ones or chosen generations,” says Patton. “Physical identification characteristics on victims/survivors often include multiple electrical prod scars and/or resultant moles on their skin,” so be on the outlook for people with these characteristics.

Patton’s theory even yields predictions. “Non-biological ‘twinning’” occurs when “two young non-related children would be ceremoniously initiated in a magical [it is worth pointing out that for Patton, mind control is not a matter of technology but of magic] ‘soul-bonding’ ritual[; they] essentially share two halves of the programmed information, making them interdependent upon one another. Paranormal phenomenon [sic] such as astral projection, telepathy, ESP, etc. appear to be more pronounced between those who have undergone this process.” Science cannot explain these phenomena. Patton can. What more validation could you ask for? You can see Patton interview Marion Knox on mind control here.

But Patton does of course not limit himself to mind control. Here is his take on aliens and demons. Essentially, UFOs and aliens are really Satanic demons – the Nephilim – and they founded most of the ancient civilizations “Egyptians, Babylonians, Aztecs, Mayans, and Incas.” Proof? Look at all the characteristics they shared: primarily that “they believed they had aquired metaphysical knowledge from the ‘gods’, whom they perceived as coming from the stars and also the subterranean level of the earth” (the other purportedly shared characteristics are demonstrably false; read them in Patton’s screed).

Mkzine is apparently a regular periodical that publishes articles that wouldn’t have been published elsewhere (because they are exposing the conspiracies, according to the authors, but we have to admit sympathy for a competing hypothesis). Its goal is “to be a nexus for psychological, occult, and religious perspectives, Christian and non-Christian, as well as experiential and scientific, on the vast subject of coercive mindcontrol.” This is, in other words, the place to go if you wish to read Roger Tolces talk about “Electronic Harassment” or “Our Isolation: Survivor Conferences and My Personal Experiences” by Neil Brick, not to mention “Voice-to-Skull Microwaves: Air Force Patent” by Dr. Allen Barker, “The Semiotic Deception of September 11th” by Phillip Darrell Collins, “The Age of Etherics and Reconfiguring the UFO Question, or Does Janus Shave with Ockham’s Razor?” by Columbia Jones, or the balanced “An Empirical Look at the Ritual Abuse Controversy” by Dr. Randall Noblitt. All very enticing.

Diagnosis: I’m inclined to agree that there may be mind-related issues in the case of Patton and his associates. He is probably harmless, however.

1 comment:

  1. Wanted to suggest Dr. Stephanie Cave for addition to your great Encyclopedia of American Loons.