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Sunday, March 11, 2012

Kubrick, Apollo 11, and Chateau des Amerois.

Perhaps the most significant and singular effect of the explosion of information due to the internet are the questions raised as to generally accepted events which have defined and continue to inform our modern culture and societal awareness. Take the landing on the moon for example. When Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin, aboard their lunar module "Eagle"apparently landed on the Moon on July 20, 1969, near the Sea of Tranquility, the world was enthralled with an accomplishment which the late President Kennedy had made the centerpiece of his short lived administration, the fulfillment of which ironically fell to his bitter rival in the closely contested and disputed presidential election of 1960, Richard M. Nixon.

In perhaps one of the most outrageous of all the so called "conspiracy theories" the species of which are themselves the most profound evidence of the mass migration of human thought away from the most obvious and accepted notions of recent and contemporaneous history and into the realms of private and collective conjecture, it has been repeatedly suggested that the lunar landing itself was faked. A little known and less viewed documentary which purports to offer evidence of this conspiracy circulates on YouTube. It is ominously titled "The Dark Side of the Moon". Of course in the sixth and final segment it is revealed that this "mockumentary" is itself a large hoax with all of the major actors playing themselves, from Kubrick's third wife Christianne to the likes of Henry Kissinger, Alexander Haig, Donald Rumsfeld and Richard Helms.

Evidently the power politicians and other notables who have gratuitously lent themselves to this extensive and ridiculous endeavor, by their own admission, intended nothing more than having a little fun at the expense of the credulous and gullible fools out there who uncritically accept such preposterous notions or question the authenticity of other historical events which possess the unassailable validity of established fact. The spectacle of these dubious personages, who have spent their lives in service to Machiavellian intrigues of power and control over the fate of nations, yukking it up over this little ruse is more than a little disturbing itself. Given the pedigree of these power politicians and their indisputable penchant for mass murder and genocide, it might be suggested that there is some hidden agenda as usual lurking in the background not far from this supposed mere attempt at satirical humor.



Kubrick's death in the week after the final edit of his last film "Eyes Wide Shut" rekindled the old Apollo 11 moon landing controversies swirling around his alleged involvement with NASA and arcane agencies of the US government, and spawned another barrage of wild speculation concerning his connection to secret societies, notably the Illuminati, the occult and sex magic rituals of which some have suggested is the real subject of "Eyes Wide Shut". Some have even gone so far as to demonstrate that Kubrick left his trademark hidden clues scattered throughout "The Shining" perhaps the most notable of which is on display in the scene in which Jack Torrance's son Danny confronts the ghosts of the twin girls murdered at the Overlook Hotel. Danny's Apollo 11 sweater has provided more grist for the mill of the conspiratorially minded who have seized upon this image as more than a hint of Kubrick's involvement with the Apollo 11 moon landing.

As with most of the conspiratorial rabbit holes branching off into ever widening tunnels of befuddling complexity and yet possessed of a maddening similarity, the Kubrick oeuvre provides many such mysterious conjunctions, siren like beckoning to those cadres of serious researchers and investigators and to the merely mildly curious. All those many loose ends, some say, are tied together in the final testament of "Eyes Wide Shut" which some also suggest is what cost Kubrick his life, much like the young Mason Wolfgang Amadeus whose revelations of Masonic esotericism in his "Der Zauberflote" led to a similar tragic end. At the center of such ruminations are of course the recondite practices of the Illuminati involving ritual sexual abuse, pedophilia, and even child sacrifice.

As foreign as such accusations ring in the ears of those accustomed to the merely rational and exoteric, a compendious body of evidence concerning these nefarious activities, often and usually reaching to the highest levels of Western governments has been adduced across the internet. http://aangirfan.blogspot.com/Ranging from the Lincoln Savings and Loan pedophilia scandals which reached all the way to the GHW Bush White House, to the accusations of ritual murders at the Chateau de Amerois in Belgium, something is afoot which many feel would not stand the light of day.

It was to this shadowy world that some feel Kubrick was impelled in his last artistic endeavor which was for the most part lost on his largely unthinking audience. The great filmmaker was attracted to the large, mysterious, and haunted manses which contained the eldritch other worlds of "The Shining" and "Eyes Wide Shut." It has been suggested that the infamous Belgian castle of the Chateau des Amerois (colloquially known as the Castle of the Mothers of Darkness), where legend and rumor have it that grisly satanic rituals have, over the centuries, been enacted by the Black Nobility, was the inspiration for the mansion in England which comprised the mise en scĂ©ne for the masked ball/orgy in "Eyes Wide Shut." Indeed the orgy scene was filmed at Mentmore Towers the former country "house'' of Baron Mayer de Rothschild, a personage from a bloodline long associated with the Illuminati.

as we continued our exploration of this controversial subject we stumbled across the following recent post in our internet ramblings. http://northerntruthseeker.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/apollo-moon-landings-fraud-moon-hoax.html

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