How Democrats Plan to Win in 2024: A cure for cancer that has been tucked away in their back pocket for decades

For over a decade, I have been saying that there are cures for most cancers. It wasn’t surprising to me that Israel recently announced their successful results with mice and that most cancers are treatable with some of this groundbreaking technology. The skepticism leveled at my claims in the past was that nobody believed that government would purposely kill people by denying them essential medicine. But I think all that was put to rest when we discovered that governments worldwide would do precisely that. We watched them overplay their hands with Covid and the denial that Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine could treat the man-made virus unleashed from a Chinese lab. The bottom line is that cancer is big business for the government partnership with big pharma, and we saw just how deep that relationship ran regarding the Covid vaccines. Now with a bit of history behind us, the Covid vaccine looks to be far more dangerous and much more deadly than the virus ever was. Yet watching the government on Covid has taught us much about how evil it can be. Nothing was more evident than putting Covid patients in nursery homes next to other elderly people knowing that the virus would spread and kill many more with weakened immune systems. I would call it murder. But to the kindest minds, we call it patient mismanagement. Either way, the tactical results were obvious. Would government kill people to maintain control over the population? Absolutely, yes! In fact, they would do anything to gain power and keep power. 

That’s why I found it odd that during the campaign, Joe Biden announced that he would find a cure for cancer if he won the presidency. And he has said similar things over the last few years. Now, when I heard that, I knew that there were already cures for cancer that was well-known for many years. And  NMN supplements can actually reverse the aging process. The fountain of youth wasn’t some obscure science fiction any longer. The technology was within reach and known to many. But at present, we are still dealing with a global order that wants to depopulate the earth, to make mankind dumber so they can’t catch on to the schemes of the religious fanatics involved in climate change. Even if Joe Biden wanted to, he wouldn’t be able to unleash a cure for cancer because there is just too much money in people dying to give it up, and the government is a direct benefactor of those deaths. Because it keeps them in power. So how would Joe Biden ever bring about the cure for cancer if big pharma was against it? Well, this is where judging people based on what they do, not what they say, comes in handy. The cure for cancer looks to have been Joe Biden’s secret strategy for a 2024 run all along, and he has been making deals to protect his vision since he was put in office by the Chinese through election fraud. As an elderly person, he directly benefits from this technology and would like to see it in the marketplace. 

Well, Biden’s strange yielding to big pharma when it came to Covid and playing the alliance with the government to the extent that he did, with the executive order regarding the Covid vaccines, is a dead giveaway to a market replacement for the next great crises, one that gets rid of one concern and replaces it with another. If mandatory vaccines could trade off cancer treatment as a guaranteed revenue stream for big pharma, that would allow for releasing that campaign promise in his fourth year, just before the next run. When you watch the Biden people drift through one flop after another, the high vaccine deaths, the terrible economy, the horrendous foreign relations mishaps, the controversy of the classified documents, the Hunter Biden laptop, and the constant talk about his old age, what topic would there be to make everyone forget about all that? A cure for cancer. Few topics would erase everyone’s mind more than this topic because just about everyone knows someone with cancer or has lost people to it. Its one of those deadly diseases that most lingers in the mind of just about everyone, and if Joe Biden’s presidency revealed a cure to it, such as the recent news from the Department of Energy for net energy production that has been talked about as a big technical breakthrough, its easy to see how the political machine is setting up this story. Biden gets re-elected, big pharma trades off cancer treatment for government-sponsored vaccines, and the globalists get to peel away some populations with the side effects of the vaccine surveillance. Those are my thoughts after watching a week of Davos coverage from the World Economic Forum. Public relations were not good this year; many angry people were reporting on their activities, which made me think that they are going to retreat underground again, as they have since essentially since the creation of the United Nations after World War II. They need a win, too, a new technology breakthrough that shows the value of a government/corporate alliance. Cancer cures are just the thing all these radicals have been looking for to save them in 2024. 

Most of that is conjecture based on my thoughts on the matter, of course. But the looming question that has to be answered to all of that is whether the government deliberately allows people to die of cancer while waiting for the right political window to unleash the cure. Well, the answer is yes! They have been caught doing it; they did it with the creation of Covid and the denial of medicine to truly stop the spread with phony methods designed by the World Health Organization to inspire a Great Reset with the China model in charge of the new global economy. Meanwhile, the billionaires stayed away from Davos this year because they have been snuffed out. They have retreated to the background, but they genuinely want Biden or some other puppet to stay in the White House. And Biden knows his role. So to throw society a bone to retain power and push back the pressure of populism is a strategy that they would absolutely be interested in. And this is a trait they have already shown they are willing to do, to kill people off, to retain their own power. Based on everyone’s behavior, the cancer release story makes the most sense about their pending strategies of Democrats, progressives, and global communists. They need a win, and cancer cures are in their back pocket. And many might call all this a conspiracy theory if we already didn’t know about the cures for cancer that have already been so well known. Yet, our medical industry has sat on those findings for decades; when Biden made such declarative statements about the cure for cancer, it was because he already knew. He’s not that smart otherwise. But they are waiting to release it because they think it’s the only way they can beat Trump without election fraud. It is to give people a solution to something that everyone in the world is concerned with. And by releasing it next year, ahead of the 2024 campaign, they hope to buy votes with a chance to live, even though the government itself is the most dangerous organization on planet earth. But people may well forget about all that if only they wouldn’t have to worry about catching cancer.   

Rich Hoffman

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The Technology of Crystal Skulls: “To destroy my enemies in their sleep”

For whatever reason, this year, which is different from years in the past, I’ve had a lot of people visit my office to reflect on the previous year and speculate on tomorrow’s opportunities. And every one of them has taken notice of my love of skulls, pictures, monuments, odds, and ends of every kind that would be hard to miss for the uninitiated. Even my books that have been published have a purposeful reverence for skulls on the cover of them. So obviously, that provokes questions about my commitment to the seditious side of human life. Then, of course, they see my crystal skull, which can look quite menacing, provoking questions about its crystal ball-like appearance. And my response to those questions about why I have it is obvious, “because I like to destroy my enemies in their sleep.” Consistently with this is a look of shock followed by my continued statement, “of course, there has to be some defense mechanism against all the forces of liberalism and jaw-dropping collectivism that inhabits the minds of the malicious. That crystal skull destroys people from the inside out and rearranges their personal constitutions making a mess of their sanity, and it works great. Why fight people face to face when you don’t have to, except for the traditional measures of valor, fairness, and justice?  When you have people coming at you from every direction and all levels of maliciousness, you need some reason to thin out the herd, which is why I love this guy,” I say, holding my crystal skull. Usually, the meeting of seasonal greetings ends at that point, and the conversation ends with well wishes and goodbyes, then backward glances as they make haste to be somewhere else. 

I am, of course, referring to what people believe is the nature of crystal skulls which is quite a thing in New Age speculation that people have been wondering about since the Mitchell-Hedges crystal skull was found in Belize by his adopted daughter while he was looking for the lost continent of Atlantis. Since Plato wrote about Atlantis, people have been looking for the lost civilization, which has picked up steam recently in very positive ways. There has been a lot of debate about the crystal skulls ever since that 1920s discovery, as most conventional archaeologists have deemed them all hoaxes. For whatever reason, many of the crystal skulls that have been found have been located in that region of central Mexico, including the one I have had a small obsession with that is currently in the British Museum. I made a pilgrimage there a few years ago to see it for myself; it’s a little less polished than the Mitchell-Hedges skull, but it’s on a big stage with all kinds of interesting stories behind it. Once there, I had a pretty sizable argument with the curator, who was on staff at the time and was tired of my questions about the display. It’s a similar story there that there is at the Cincinnati Museum Center’s display on the Cincinnati Tablet. These objects just don’t fit the historical record as they have been introduced, and museum personnel really don’t know where to showcase them or in what historical timeline. Are they Indian in nature or something else? I am in the “something else” camp. I think there is a lot of merit to the Mitchell-Hedges pursuit of finding Atlantis where he was looking. The various mound cultures all over planet earth indicate a global culture obsessed with observations from the sky that existed before the last Ice Age uniformly everywhere, indeed not regionally, and following the scientific rules of diffusion and cultural migration that is linear in its evolution. 

I love skulls for lots of complicated reasons, most of which make them esoteric symbols of life, not the death that they are utilized during the golden age of pirates. I like them for both reasons, for the punishment of enemies, but mainly as the symbols of life where the cell structure of varied lifeforms that make up a human body collect to form an individual person, out of the goo of all life energy that exists. The skeleton of a person gives something for all that life to hang onto, which makes an opportunity for a focused life that otherwise wouldn’t occur. The skulls then become symbols of that transition from life potential goo and the collection of it into a human body for the development of imagination and thought, what I think are the most miraculous elements in the entire universe, in whatever lifeform they collect in. The development of human imagination and intellect is a miracle of nature captured within a skull, and everything is built around it. And the crystal nature of the purest quartz that many of the crystal skulls are made of communicates with other life forms and energy that exist outside our everyday 4-dimensional existence. We are dealing with at all times over 11-dimensional realities, so it’s a developing science to understand how and why things work. I tend to think that crystal skulls are part of the ancient technology category, much like some future culture would ponder our cell phones of today, 4000 or 10,000 years from now, and their use of silicone chips and quartz to store information. 

I have run experiments on some of my quartz crystal skulls, and I can report that with them, there is usually a 10 to 15% buff to the reaches of my personality. I have worked to correct sentimental desires from such an experiment, but the results are noticeable. The ability to communicate beyond terrestrial limits opens up many opportunities, but it can be dangerous. Information is free-flowing, so madness or deceit can be the result for many people. There is a reason that occult references were very popular in our entertainment culture, such as in The Wizard of Oz where crystal balls were used as a convenient plot device. People at a subconscious level understand these things, and they run deep into our past as a culture that goes beyond their use as a taboo meant to discourage their use for the forces that want to control human thought and action in our visible reality. But suppose you have a forceful and resolute personality. In that case, the ability of crystal objects, like balls, skulls, or even jewelry, can certainly increase that influence across multi-dimensional realities for good or evil. This is similar to the use of Urim and Thummim from the adventures in the wilderness of Mt. Sinai, where Moses, Aaron, and the various high priests of the evolving Israelites spoke to God in the presence of the Ark of the Covenant. See Exodus 28:30 for just one of the references. 

Paranormal research, to me, is just science waiting to be discovered; I don’t see anything hoaky about any of it. Ghosts are likely explained by an individual spiritual energy that has simply lost their bodies or in bodies that exist on another level of reality found quantumly in dimensions higher than the four we operate in. So there is a lot more going on that we don’t understand because our science hasn’t figured it out yet. And I think in many ways we are more advanced today than we were 10,000 years ago, but in other ways, there is obviously a lot of technology, especially in interacting with multi-dimensional existence that was far superior in the past, just as we see in the moving around of big rocks. There was obvious technology available in the past that we have forgotten presently, which is why the rationalization I had with the staff at the British Museum was so preposterous. He believed that the British Museum crystal skull was a hoax because he couldn’t accept that very ancient people could have made it. After all, the technology wasn’t available until very recently. That has never sat well with me; its scientifically lazy, and now that we’ve seen to what extent a government will lie to people, with Covid, with election fraud, over just about everything, then I think everything the government has said about anything is subject to a reappraisal. And ultimately, my love of skulls reminds me to consider everything when making decisions, not just what is seen, but what is unseen, or not so easily seen, in the light of our living day because there is so much more just beyond our site that has an impact on a successful day and the treasures that are possible in a living life.

Rich Hoffman

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Big Government Using Big UFO Fears to Hold Power: Why Astrology was invented by a high civilization in the distant past

I deal with a lot of subjects and over time, for anybody who cares to investigate, I have a good track record of identifying a problem and proposing solutions that hold up, even when they may seem outlandish at the time.  But there is a reason I have been talking about aliens and UFO phenomenon more lately, I saw a pattern from the government with Covid that was the final straw for me.  For a long time, a very long time, I have considered that government largely creates anxiety over UFO visitations for their own benefit, to make the argument that we need a “big government” to deal with a “big alien conspiracy.”  Without a big and powerful military, then we would be vulnerable to aliens, and out of that fear that we must waste lots of money on super-secret programs, put up with intrusions on our constitution, and accept that government must always grow and that if they weren’t accountable to us, then it was for our own good.  And once that door was opened, as it was with Roswell in New Mexico in 1947, then putting accountability back into the box was impossible.  Once the government saw how people could be controlled and how violations of their constitutional rights could be conducted under “national emergencies” then the playbook for all that followed regarding government conspiracies was unleashed, abused, and we saw that playbook played across the world over the recent cases of election fraud and Covid pandemic creations that for me was the final straw.  A lot of people don’t know better, but because of the kind of life I live, I do.  So, I’ll go ahead and say it, our governments are far more dangerous than the species of various visitors who have been coming to earth for tens of thousands of years, likely millions.  And the reason the government wants to keep everything super-secret is because of their insatiable, very fallible desire for power by controlling information. 

Another contributor to this being on my mind more lately than in previous years is that in my community of Butler County Ohio, Pyramid Hill is getting ready to open the Fortified Hill complex in January of 2023 which I consider to be one of the great mysteries of the world.  Actually, I don’t think its much of a mystery to the way I think, but it’s one of those really strange things on par with Gobelki Tepe, the Pyramids of Giza, and of course the Great Serpent Mound in Ohio which is related to this very ancient earthwork in Butler County.  The Fortified Hill complex is around 250 feet tall and is a carved hill into the shape of a boar, representing the constellation Aries during a very specific time of processional movement from Taurus into Aries and specifying the constellation Pleiades 5000 years ago.  So, let’s fast forward through all the stuff everyone is struggling with now, just to catch everyone up, there is plenty of proof that there were advanced civilizations in North America and elsewhere around the world during and before the last Ice Age, more than 10,000 years ago.  We are just now figuring out some of this very advanced math.  Obviously, the zodiac was invented before the Sumerians claimed credit, by many thousands of years.  And obviously, Pythagoras from Greek society inherited his knowledge of mathematics because the Egyptians and the high culture of North America were already incorporating Pi into their man-built structures.  To make a long story short, there is evidence for instance at Gobelki Tepe in Turkey on Pillar 43 that the alignment with the constellation Scorpio would point the sun with that structure to the center of the Milky Way, to the bulge at the center of our galaxy that likely houses a black hole of immense size.  How would primitive people know about that?  There’s no way they could.  And there is a tribe in Africa near the Eye of Africa, which is a site associated with Atlantis, the Dogon tribe that knew before any astronomers did about the specifics of the Sirius star system, that it not only was a binary system with an A and a B sun but also that there was a Sirius C there as well.  And they knew about specific planet densities and all kinds of details nobody would know unless they had been there.  And the Dogon tribe are hunters and gathers and very primitive.  In addition to that, I just saw a UFO the other day, and I’ve seen them before.  They come and go all the time so I’m quite convinced that there have been travelers from other places around the galaxy coming to earth in either the form of a type 1 civilization or a Type 2 or 3.  Studying governments, things are usually hidden in plain sight because chaos often clouds our bandwidth.  We are often purposely directed to the chaotic stories of popular media so that we don’t see what is really going on.  It’s a military trick that the CIA figured out a long time ago, and the Russians mastered effectively during the Cold War.  And now all the pinheads of government know how to keep mass society distracted, and they use it to protect their means of power.  But these facts are abundant to anybody with a mind to see them.

So, to put my own spin on the various mysteries that nobody has yet figured out, the purpose of all these astrological alignments among a highly advanced culture all over the world in the very distant past, I think there is a very logical method behind it all.  Many have speculated, because they don’t want to deal with the controversy that the messages were intended by aliens for the use of aliens, but as messages of warning to our present age.  Someday we might figure it all out and learn something from these distant intelligences.  Well, since I live in mound country, and have been studying these things all my life, I think I’m in a pretty good position to add something to the mystery as to what all these mound structures really mean, such as the Fortified Hill in Butler County, or Serpent Mound, or the Newark or Portsmouth complexes.  Or Poverty Point down in Louisiana.  What are they?  What is Stonehenge and Avebury for that matter in England?  What does any of it mean?  Well, based on my studies and personal experience, I think astrology was invented by these people as a marker in time.  While traveling through space, time is relative, it’s not the same on earth as it would be on say a planet in the Sirius star system or some other place.  And the mounds are markers left by these visitors so they would know where they were in space and time while traveling, much the way we leave markers on the side of the highway to know where we are.  I have thought about this while traveling around the world, if you have ever left Chicago at 2 PM and landed in Japan 13 hours later, a long day of sunlight and having your clock suddenly be half a day ahead can be quite disorienting.  It takes time to adjust, and you need references to calibrate.  I think that is why there were so many markers left on the ground all over the world that specifically align to the processional travel of the earth and its sun through the 25,920 years of processional cycles so that it would be easy to align those symbols to a place in the sky and know roughly within 2000 years or so where in time a visitor would be.  And yes, I think it’s that simple. 

So knowing all that, and hearing recently that the Pentagon was denying that there is any credible evidence that there is alien life interacting with the earth, or that they exist at all is a gross insult to our intelligence, and I’m not going to put up with it.  The denial is simply a power move so that big governments can continue to use big fear to keep control of the population they wish to mediate.  It’s the same old sources of corruption that we’ve always had as a human race, whether it be kings, religious figures, or in this case some pin-headed government.  They use fear to keep people from the truth, and the truth is, they are far more dangerous than the aliens.  We are just scratching the surface with all this contact with life outside of earth, and it starts by asking the question of how a high civilization started before and during the Ice Age, to begin with.  How and why was astronomy, and specifically astrology being used well before we gave credit to any human inventors of it?  And what we end up with is the knowledge that if these interactions were destructive, like a War of the World scenario, we wouldn’t be here today.  Instead, it’s likely that we are them, and they are us.  We have mutual interests in each other’s persistent existence.  And the government is in the way of that relationship, not protecting us from them.  The evidence points to the fact that they were here long before government as we know them today.  Government has just been in the way and it’s time for us all to mature and face the facts.  And until we realize that, we will continue to support the big government for protection that is essentially the wolf dressed up in grandmother’s nightclothes.  The threat isn’t out there in space.  It’s in our government and a Pentagon that would knowingly lie to us, just as they did with the origins of Covid and the results of the 2020 election.

Rich Hoffman

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Atlantis Giants in Butler County Ohio: The Hilltop Earthwork of the Constellation Aries at Pyramid Hill, from 5000 years ago

I can’t tell you how happy I was to walk into the office at Pyramid Hill as I was asking about the status of the project that has been going on for a few years now and to get the look of concealment that I did. The workers that day were young people who weren’t sure how to answer the question, so they referred me to the Ancient Sculpture Museum, which is concealed deep in the woods down a large hill in a place that feels like it’s not even on this earth. It’s one of those little secrets in Butler County, Ohio, and is a treasure within a treasure. Noticing their cryptic reference, my wife and I proceeded to the museum and stepped into the first room and noticed immediately that finally, since 1836, when the site was first surveyed, finally the Butler County Hilltop Work was getting the attention it has always deserved. I’ve looked at that strange mound, which is around 250 ft tall and sits across from Joe Nuxhall Way on the west side of the Great Miami River, about 3 miles from downtown Hamilton, and always marveled at it. The museum staff already had an excellent display set up for an early 2023 opening that will connect the Pyramid Hill complex to this new massive ancient mound they plan to call the Fortified Hill. Sounds better than Butler County Hilltop Work. The staff person on hand that day told my wife and me that they were planning to open everything in January of 2023 if everything went well, which explained the cryptic looks at the main office when I mentioned it. There are very few people in the world who even know that the strange hill that looms large in Butler County, with thousands and thousands of people living around it, and driving by it every day, that it’s one of the most mysterious lost, ancient works of an advanced culture on earth. And yet, it’s been there before Christ was born as if dated celestially; it’s around 5000 years old. 

What makes it so exceptional in the world is that it essentially is dedicated to the constellation Aries that through stellar precession, shows a specific movement from the constellation Taurus through the Pleiades and into the age of Aries at a time when we have previously thought only of Indians marching in a steady stream toward civilization from hunters and gatherers and into city dwelling humans. I’m not one to disparage scientists, even the bureaucratic nonsense that often trails behind academia like the tail of a doomsday comet, because if not for them, there wouldn’t have been an attempt to preserve the Butler County Hilltop Work and opening it as a park would never have been possible. But science has been slow to acknowledge who these people really were who settled in Ohio as the center of a very advanced culture, who had an obsession with the stars and built all over southwestern Ohio many copies of earthworks that mimicked the constellations in the heavens on earth. These works are every bit as mysterious as the Nazca lines from Peru or even the Pyramids of Giza. Primarily, the reason for the big mystery is that they didn’t just build one of these sites that so accurately reflects an advanced knowledge of astrology. Still, the evidence is pointing increasingly to this same region, and that specific mound location, along with Serpent Mound off to the east, as the basket of an advanced culture that was eradicated likely during the Younger Dryas cataclysm, around 11,600 years ago. And what was left of these people who were interacting globally with all countries before the cataclysm is what we see during this late archaic presence in the Ohio Valley, which ended up a larger part of the Mississippi culture. These were the survivors of that cataclysm, and they marked the ground with a star map of the heavens with these massive depictions of, in this case, a wild boar, which they associated with the Aries constellation. 

Further, on top of the hill is where things get really interesting because the entrance to the effigy, to the north, has a maze that forces the participant to navigate it much the way that the spring equinox had to navigate the Pleiades constellation on its journey from the constellation Taurus into Aries. While on top of the earthwork, which you can see for miles in every direction, it becomes very obvious how difficult it was to shape that natural hill into the shape of a boar to match their celestial observations of the zodiac character of Aries. This was no small effort by any means. It was a massive undertaking, and for what purpose? Well, as I say a lot, remember Plato’s references to Atlantis, where the first god/king of their land was Atlas. And we all know from myth and mystery that Atlas was the creator of Astrology. And here was an obviously advanced culture that had enough leisure time not just to hunt, gather, and reproduce but to build all these magnificent earthworks all over Ohio. They seemed to connect into one grand mythology meant to be seen from the sky. A society obsessed with astrology, obsessed with an equatorial procession along the heavenly zodiacal belt where ages move by overhead every 2,160 years for a total zodiac year of 25,920 years. Society would have to be around for a long time to understand those kinds of time movements of the stars in a reliable way, to understand that their movements were not just coincidental, but over that length of time, were as reliable as a clock. These people did not spend their entire day trying to hunt a deer so they could eat by dinner time.  We have all had an image given to us by Hollywood and the progressive history of what an Indian is, a Native American or even an “indigenous person.” In truth, the reality is far more complicated, and by referencing the many books on Atlantis by Lewis Spence, a respected commentator on such things, or Giambittisto Vico of the great Vico Cycle, or the Bible, we know that very large people that smaller people called giants roamed the earth everywhere. We know Norse mythology had them, the Greeks called them Titans, the Bible referenced to them often living in the land of Canaan, and large people were everywhere dating back to the precise period of the earthworks in Ohio, precisely the one in Butler County formerly known as the Butler County Hilltop Works. Burial mounds all up and down the Great Miami River have reported the bones of people from 7 feet tall up to 10 feet many times, which can be found in Ross Hamilton’s outstanding academic paper called A Tradition of Giants: The Elite Social Hierarchy of American Prehistory which is available for free online. Just look up that title and print it out for yourself. It’s well researched and corresponds to the reports mentioned above about large people buried in the earthworks of Ohio, not just occasionally, but abundantly. I know of a case of a 7-foot person buried in a mound in downtown Hamilton as it was being built. It has been said in many of Spence’s reports on Atlantis that they were a large people and that once the Greeks and Egyptians inherited many of the myths of the lost Atlantis, their concept of the gods was forged in their cultures. Yet, those myths also talk of the Atlanteans coming from the west, and with them, they brought the pagan gods of astrology. There are mounds on the Butler County Hilltop Work site, just off from the top. In them, indeed, just as there is in the Middletown Mound up the river a few miles, then again at Miamisburg, even a few miles more up the same river, there are giant skeletons in them, and science has had a tough time dealing with the knowledge. Because it doesn’t fit our perceptions of who lived in America before America was what it is today. Instead, it looks like those who did live here moved all over the earth and took with them a massive religion of astrology to the far corners of the planet. And they did so long before Europeans were even thinking about building boats. And the natives of America that we call them today were likely global citizens 10,000 years ago, and the proof of their culture is there looming over Butler County like a ghost that is no longer invisible to the casual spectator, thanks to the great scientists and volunteer efforts to open it to the public with a great spectacle finally. 

Rich Hoffman

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A UFO Over My House: The Secret Society Hung League and the ancient religion of astrology and intersteller time travel

Well, of course, I believe in UFOs. There are way too many of them that occur too often not to notice them and to take note of our government’s reaction to them or the response of other countries. I’ve seen them before; I can tell many stories, especially when my daughters were growing up when we experienced paranormal activity, largely because we went looking for things, and unexplained events occurred. I tend to think of “unexplained” as needing more science. When you don’t have science to explain something, we call it paranormal because it exists outside of “normal.” And the governments of the world rule from within the safe confines of what is “normal.” But these are also the same governments who have lied to us about the reasons for getting into the Gulf Wars, who made Covid and unleashed it from China, then tried to force all people to take medicine from their political donors and lied to us about how to treat the virus because they wanted people to get sick with it so that they could control us. These are also the same people who have been telling us that there wasn’t any election fraud, even though we know by now that there was lots of it. So if the government says there aren’t UFOs, or they attempt to say they aren’t in contact with an alien species trading technology for peace, or something else, I don’t believe them. I have seen enough to know that there is something to the whole UFO discussion and that there is far more of it going on than anyone wants to admit. Most people, if taken out of a social setting, will acknowledge that they have experienced paranormal activity of some kind, but because of the social ostracization that comes with admitting it in public, just another form of control that governments use against people, taught to us in those dirty, rotten public schools, that is how these mysterious things stay hidden from the public. Isolating people from talking about their experiences helps keep secrets, secrets. 

I have two daughters, and over the years, hanging around me, they have had their fair share of paranormal experiences. Often we check these out as a family to prove they aren’t real. But too often, there has been something to the reports, and we end up with more questions than answers. One of my daughters has developed a keen eye for UFOs over the years, and she sees them quite a lot. They are often hidden in plain sight because people don’t tend to look up; if they do, UFOs are hard to see. UFOs are hidden in the procedure for airline pilots and military members. They exist outside our process controls for maintaining a pilot’s license. So the reports are often ignored or not mentioned for fear of sounding like a lunatic. But if you look up, anything above 1000 feet, even the big airliners, it’s hard to see. With that said, I wasn’t surprised the other day when my daughter came over to my house with fresh video she had taken from her front porch of a UFO right over my home. The craft was moving too fast to be a small plane and too low to be a big airliner, even coming in for an approach into Dayton or Cincinnati, which we see all the time. This was different; it was fast, and in the 4-second video, it can be seen moving behind a cloud before blending into the sky to disappear. The video was short because it took a moment to see it, pull out her camera, then zoom in on it to get enough of an image. And that’s how these things usually go. The video ended up a little fuzzy because she had to zoom in on it to get it to appear on camera. This was a pretty good one, but she sees lots of UFOs in her life because she has learned to look at things in ways that maybe other people have trained themselves to expect as “normal.” She, nor I, expect normal. I would say that we expect unique things to be hidden behind the expectation of normal, which is why many people don’t see these things. 

As I looked at her video and went outside to look at the spot over my home where the UFO had been, I thought about the various secret societies and their initiation rituals, such as those passed down from the Knight’s Templars into the modern Masons, and in this case specifically the ultra-secret Hung League in China. Because China has been in the news a lot lately over Covid lockdown protests, I always attribute planned crises, such as political positions to these secret societies and consider how much they are behind it. And when it comes to UFOs, it’s the initiation rituals that many of these secret societies have that give away their great interest in the stars and the life forms that come from them. As I’ve said before, many Indians, especially in America, when you get into their belief systems, believe that the earth was populated by Star People from the binary star system Sirius who settled ten planets, earth being just one of them. Hey, if the Indians say to worship the earth, liberals are ready to shut down our society over climate change. But if they say there are Star People who have settled earth and come back often to maintain our life here, they call it “crazy.” Yet, that’s what is said about travel from Sirius and other star systems. When you see the various motives behind secret societies toward astrology and processional interest in the constellations over time, it’s clear that knowledge is power, and the point of the secret societies is to keep that knowledge a secret so they can have power over people in general—the oldest motive in the world. Below is part of an initiation ritual into the Hang League that is typical of these secret societies, and you’d be surprised who is in them and why. I would say that the efforts behind politics make these kinds of beliefs normal:

The Hung League, considered by many the oldest religion of the Chinese, well before Confucius ever came along; these are questions of an initiate. And, of course, in the answer are the coded messages that let the secret society know that the initiate can behold the concepts of astrology. 

Q.           What did you see on your walk?

A.           I saw two pots with red bamboo.

Q.           Do you know how many plants there were?

A.           In one pot were 36, and in the other 72 plants, together 108.

Q.           Did you take home some of them for your use?

A.           Yes, I took home 108 plants.

Q.           How can you prove that?

A.           I can prove it by a verse.

Q.           How does this verse run?

A.           The red bamboo from Canto is rare in the world. In the groves are 36 and 72.

               Who in the world knows the meaning of this?

               When we have set to work, we will know the secret. 

The number 12 is the number of constellations in the zodiac. 30 is the number of degrees allocated along the ecliptic to each zodiacal constellation. 72 is the number of years required for the equinoctial sun to complete a processional shift of one degree along the ecliptic. 360 is the total number of degrees in the ecliptic. 72 X 30 = 2160, the number of years required for the sun to complete a passage of 30 degrees along the ecliptic, to pass entirely through any one of the 12 zodiacal constellations. 2160 X 12 = 25,920, which is the number of years in one complete precessional cycle or Great Year and the total number of years required to bring about the great return. You can also get to the number 25,920, which is the number of the Great Year from a Zodilocal perspective with 360 X 72.

I tend to think of astrology as the science of mapping time as it occurs on earth so that interstellar travelers will always have a reference for where they are relative to where they came from. We think of astrology as the horoscope we read in the paper, online, or in the Farmer’s Almanac, where star power influences us based on when we were born and during whatever period of time during the Great Year, which followers of astrology known as 25,920 years of processional time that our sun moves through all the houses of the zodiac. For instance, during the time of Moses and the Biblical Exodus, we were in the time of Aries, and goats were the offerings to God that were part of the appeasement process. By the time Jesus came along, it was the age of Pisces, the fish that people identifying as Christians put on the back of their cars. It takes 2,160 years to get from one age to another; the next one on earth is the age of Aquarius, etc. But to what effect does all this math matter? Well, if you travel from star system to star system, you have to know what time it is. So each planet will have its unique position relative to other celestial bodies, and any computer calculating space and time will have to understand that relationship. It looks like over time, people living on earth and interacting with these characters from Sirius or wherever else have associated astrology not as a clock for telling time but with its own religion, and that religion is at the center of most of our secret societies. As I’ve said before, Washington D.C. is loaded with a deep commitment to star alignments and the zodiac because it was built by Mason’s deeply committed to this stuff. 

So part of keeping that power over people occurring is the maintenance of secret societies and their true motives. Whenever I see a UFO, like the one in the video over my house, or hear about them, I think of this religion of astrology and the secret of government interaction with interplanetary influences. I don’t think of such concealed truths as scary; it’s just science and the quest to get more science to understand what’s happening in the world. But when members of those secret societies tell you that there is nothing to see, that’s when I say to look harder. And when the things they tell you aren’t real are flying right over your house, and you can see it, well then you know they are lying for many reasons that are important to them. But the truth looks to be far beyond most of their understandings. For them, such knowledge is power over their human competitors for knowledge. But for society in general, the truth is far outside our accepted reality, and to understand it, you must first be willing to look up and say, “hey, it’s a UFO.” And I’ve seen enough over a long period of time to see the connections between government, power, lies, and mass manipulation to maintain that power.

Meanwhile, there are many visitors to earth, and most are just doing their thing. And astrology looks to be their means of programming whatever travel computers they use to figure out where they are and what time it is at home because time moves at different rates depending on where you are in space and how that space is bent by gravity and other quantum forces. And much to the detriment of the secret societies, their secrets aren’t such secrets anymore.

Rich Hoffman

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Where the Evidence Leads: The spirit world of Ayahuasca and shamanic life of Pablo Amaringo

You must go where the evidence takes you, and the truth is, many of the categories of a profession that we organize in our lives are primarily designed to conceal the truth of things so that an elite subculture of human beings can operate in leadership positions.  They maintain this illusion by keeping large sections of mankind busy on trivial tasks that keep them in siloed thinking, designed to conceal the reality of what truly is from their eyes.  But if you really want to know what is going on and who is pulling the strings in our physical reality and behind the veil of humanity from the same spirit world that many find comfort in praying to, you have to think out of the box for the answers.  Many never question to whom they pray; they do it trusting that whoever answers is friendly and wants to see good done in the great fight against evil.  But, what happens if it is evil answering and playing the classic wolf dressed up as grandmother only to find that the big teeth are meant to eat you with?  Then what?  Well, those are the questions of our day where vast evil has shown itself not just in our governments of the world, but in Covid and the medical industry, and the mass hypnosis that is invoked through our mobile devices that keep us in a tech-trance not in our control, but by the mysterious input of Silicon Valley geeks and Revenge of the Nerds losers.  Yet they have power over humanity; why?

Increasingly, the ideas of the political left and the religion of climate change itself, if looked at for their roots, point to occult practices predating Christianity.  I’ve never been one who has taken drugs of any kind but growing up, I was very interested in all the brightly colored posters they sold at Spencer Gifts to be displayed with black lights.  I always saw the psychedelic drug wave given to America through the KGB as destructive, yet you can’t just look for your car keys under a light when looking for answers.  You may have lost them somewhere else.  But most people in life only look for answers where it’s most convenient for them to look.  And for me, if the answers to the current problems of mass spirit world involvement in our political existence is a real problem, and if that communication was happening by way of political sacrifice, mass rituals to appease those spirits, and the way to communicate with that world was through cultural intoxication, then it became very obvious to me, while I was dining with some friends at the Agave & Rye in Liberty Township.  Looking at all the bizarre Ayahuasca-inspired artwork there, perhaps the answers to most modern problems weren’t in the physical world, but in the spirit, where all kinds of crazy creatures existed outside our visual spectrum, perhaps in the realm of the neutrino, in particle activity that defied the physics of relativity and was faster than the speed of light.  Only a drug-induced brain could see and communicate with them, which is precisely what the latest drug cult of Ayahuasca, a mixture of two plants found in the Amazon River basin, induces upon the mind.

For about ten years, the name of Pablo Amaringo came up in my reading about shamanism in Peru, but it took the activity well outside my comfort level of curiosity.  But those who take Ayahuasca consider it sacred and a direct communicator with the spirit world.  So while I was in a book store I love a lot in Dayton, I decided to go over the deep end and buy an art book called Ayahuasca Visions by Pablo Amaringo, which was the last book he put together before he died in 2009.  There is another taco place I like a lot called Condado at The Greene in Dayton, and there too is a lot of street art all over the walls that look modern but are displayed like the Ayahuasca art shown in Pablo’s book.  So I bought the book, studied the pictures, and read what Pablo said about them.  Now, Pablo was a nice guy who lived in a very remote part of the world.  They didn’t even have a TV in his village.  Their only entertainment was playing music in their thatched huts in the evenings with their families.  So there was no way that some of the images that Pablo painted in his paintings came from a conventional, modern resource.  Yet he paints about all kinds of crazy monsters, UFOs from other planets, and wild plant life brightly colored remembered from his Ayahuasca visions as a shaman to heal members of his community or speak to spirits there who talked back to him.  These were live conversations with entities not of earth.  They weren’t hallucinations induced by DNA coding deep in the wiring of the human body created through chemical reaction because the interactions were just as live as if he were talking to someone on a street corner.  So I have accepted the science that Ayahuasca strips away in trained users their filters to reality and allows them to interact with hyper beings on another dimensional plane, and that the spirit world is very much a real thing, and that it is interacting with us every minute of every day, much like ultraviolent light does, or the wind.  We can see neither, but their effects can certainly be felt.  And thus, Ayahuasca gives users a feeling into a realm they typically couldn’t see, and Pablo’s book gave people a chance to see into that world without having to take the drug. 

And in reading about various shamans all around the world, especially in remote cultures not trained in conventional ways of looking at the world, the spirit world is interactive.  There are good characters and bad characters everywhere.  And knowing that much, especially the way the drug culture has been thrust upon us by elements of the world that would like to destroy the concept of America, you can see why they would work very hard to raise an invisible army in the spirit world to make a menace of all our lives, from places we couldn’t quite reach by conventional means.  Before Covid-19, I might have laughed all this off, but after and seeing the sheer level of evil that people like Bill Gates and Dr. Fauci have been capable of, there is no earthly explanation for their behavior.  The only things that start to make sense are to gaze into the world of Pablo Amaringo and to look for the keys where they may actually be hidden, in a place nobody expects us as human beings to go.  By visiting some of these crazy taco places, it is evident to me that our human culture perceives the problem at a remote subconscious level, and they are looking for answers in drugs, specifically Ayahuasca.  And even some of our most popular restaurants are starting to reflect that deep desire for solutions from which all the evil of the world is operating, just beyond our reach.  But we must reach it, and to understand it; we must be able to see it.  And by reading Pablo’s very unique book, Ayahuasca Visions, I am getting a much clearer picture, which is the key to solving these kinds of problems in the long run. 

Rich Hoffman

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Atlantis Discovered in America: The History the Younger Dryas impact destroyed, and revealed

It’s a subject I care about a great deal, the idea that there was an advanced civilization in North America going back to much longer times than has been attributed to the Bering Strait migration of people from Asia into what has been called the New World. I have done many articles on the giants of Ohio and on the probability that there was an ancient empire of very tall people all through the Ohio River Valley predating all known records based on the mound-building culture that is so abundant in the region. It really came alive for me when I made a trip to Stonehenge and saw not just the celestial alignments that were popularly captured by the large megalithic stones there, very similar to Serpent Mound in my home area of the world, but the many, many mounds that were surrounding the area. The history books seem to forget about those and concentrate just on the stonework that is so popularly recorded. That’s when I knew for sure that there had been travel between North America and the British Isles predating Christ. And during the Ice Age, this might have been possible since the ocean levels were 400 feet lower at that time. Land bridges like the Bering Strait would have allowed for travel all over the world to be much easier. But even that didn’t tell the story the way I knew it needed to be told and that occurred to me in an argument with a British Museum employee when I was looking for the famous Crystal Skull that is on display there. The employee explained to me as if he were trying to convince himself that the skull had to be a fake because when it was dated, nobody on earth had found a way to polish quartz in such a seamless manner. That technology wouldn’t be invented until fairly recent times. So the true answer was concealed in a kind of European, institutional arrogance that seems to put a wet blanket over all the sciences institutionally funded and so limited in scope to their specific fields. 

I have known about Graham Hancock for a long time; he has written several spectacular books that consolidate in a way that is appropriate all the countless hours from various scientific fields to tell a unified story based on a few centuries of discovery. And the stories coming from him are vastly different from the textbooks. Science cannot be analyzed in a vacuum, and determinations made based on the desires of whoever funds the activity. So to correct that problem, Graham Hancock has come on the scene and started to put the puzzle pieces together about a significant number of previously unchallenged assumptions. That makes his book, America Before into, what, I think, is one of the most important books ever written because it tells the story of a number of issues that places North America at the front of the train of human consciousness development and advanced nation-building in ways that have been building for a long time. But science and politics did not want to admit to it. It was clear to me at Stonehenge that a massive global culture had existed in the past; they had boats that could visit each other. To me, the only question was whether those migrations moved from Europe to America or America to Europe, and thus, the rest of the world. The resistance, just as was the case with my experience with the Crystal Skull in the British Museum, was that institutionalized mainstreamers did not believe that any oceanic vessels could make such a journey until Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue and discovered America. As it turns out, Columbus knew about the New World from old maps that predate the destruction of the Library of Alexandria, prior to the Dark Ages, which sought to cleanse the world of all pagan references, maps included. An ancient civilization made those maps, perhaps more advanced than our present society, and the timing of that society places it at its most prosperous period during the Ice Age some 15,000 years ago.

That civilization, as proposed by a lot of evidence provided in America Before, shows that a giant comet struck the earth in Michigan when the ice sheets were still there and created the Saginaw Bay in Michigan, which is essentially an impact crater. The results of the impact and trajectory of debris can be found all over North America, specifically in mysterious craters in Nebraska and the Carolinas. This is what is being called the Younger Dryas cataclysm, and it was a world killer in that it wiped out life on earth in most of the civilized areas. What was left as a result was those lives untouched by a civilization that remembered elements of the previous culture, and those elements showed themselves in various religions all around the world. Sumer, Egypt, Indus Valley, and the mound builders of the Mississippi Valley are all aspects of culture that reemerged thousands of years after the cataclysm that destroyed civilization and much of the life on earth at the end of the Ice Age. And this catastrophe has been hiding in plain sight for all this time because our focus has been on the Ice Age, not a cataclysm that occurred during it. While these pieces are still being put together in puzzle pieces mixed in different boxes, the picture is becoming much more precise, and the work that Graham Hancock did in America Before will prove to be the standard for all the future. He suggests that in North America, we are seeing the Lost Continent of Atlantis, perhaps a parent culture to that mythology. It was completely wiped out by the comet impact and the massive flooding that occurred in the wake. The ocean’s sea level rose suddenly by 6 feet during this time, which would only happen if vast amounts of ice from the Ice Age suddenly melted. 

For proof that mainstream scientists would seek to conceal evidence, we learned through Covid to what extent politics plays a part in science. So given the nature of the political world, and much to Graham’s frustration, his thoughts are being rejected just as hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin were rejected as treatments for Covid. Or the political establishment soundly dismissed the premise of election fraud because they wanted to get rid of Donald Trump from the White House at all costs. We see the same conspiracies here, with this idea that a very advanced civilization with intensely accurate understandings of the cosmos thrived in North America, climaxing over 100,000 years of evolution that science missed entirely because they were looking at the ice, not the societies. And they didn’t want anybody to figure out that their diffusion theories about the Bering Strait were no longer valid. Mankind rose and fell many times following the Vico Cycle, and the culture that was thriving around the world during the Ice Age was just one of them. But that it rose and fell away so completely reveals in us all the terminal process of civilization itself. We’d like to believe that what we do is permanent, and such a concept reveals how thin everything really is. And that is a frightening prospect to institutionalists who put everything into the process but not so much emphasis on the substance. And what America Before is all about is substance. The rest of the world will catch up eventually, and when they do, they’ll find that everything started in America, and at a fundamental level, we still know it. America is that shining city on the hill, not because it was taken from Native Americans. But because we knew it was once before, this current rendition of America is just a repeat of the past, without the destruction of a comet to wipe it all out.

Rich Hoffman

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The Strength of a Trump Endorsement: What does it tell us about the world of politics

In many ways, the story of the 22 Trump endorsements that all won in the primary elections across Ohio and Indiana is the biggest story of the week. It’s bigger than the Supreme Court leak over abortion, more significant than the 2000 Mules film, which provides evidence of election fraud in the 2020 election, and bigger than any Ukraine news. More important than the failing Biden administration and its out-of-control inflation numbers. Bigger than the stock market tanking ahead of continued bad economic news by a socialist, globalist organization run by the Desecrators of Davos. The Trump victories, of which J.D. Vance was the biggest, are a superb indicator of where America is and the rules of conduct for the world in the coming months. As much as the plans for a Great Reset have been by Klaus Schwab and the gang in the Davos party, and the many mechanisms of manipulation that they are employing to destroy the world so they can remake it, what was evident on the election day of May 3rd, 2022 was that Americans were following a course of action started well over a decade ago, with the Tea Party movement, and that the trajectory of that course was irreversible. Trump was a product of that movement, and it would certainly live on well beyond him. But in the here and now, despite all the ad dollars, the liberal controls of the media, of all the communist attempts over a century to completely take over the human race, it was failing and failing in a big way. 

I watched the most baffling conversation on Monday evening during a Fox News broadcast between Bret Baier and Brit Hume, where they discussed that they thought the Republican Party was moving on beyond Trump. It had, after all, been a year and a half since Trump had left office, and it was time for him to disappear over the horizon as all former presidents do. It was time essentially to lick his wounds, build a library, and just disappear into the history books. Brit, in fact, said at least three times in this discussion on Fox that he thought the election on May 3rd would show that voters were ready to “move on.” I kept thinking, “what planet are these guys on?” Did they know something I don’t? Are they looking at data I hadn’t seen? Perhaps, after all, it’s their business to know things that nobody else does. So I held my tongue and waited to see the election results, thinking maybe they had some inside baseball information that would lead to several Trump losses. They were ready to pounce as a media organization on so they could claim that all was back to normal. Ad revenue could resume based on a Karl Rove view of the world. Club For Growth would destroy Vance and all the future MAGA candidates, and life would be good at Fox News and the other mainstreamers. 

Of course, what happened was much different and perplexing to the establishment. It led to falsely installed president Joe Biden to say that the MAGA movement was the most dangerous political movement in the history of the United States. Well, if the destruction of America is the goal of the modern Democrat Party, then yes, MAGA could be viewed as dangerous to them. The preservation of America and making it great again would be dangerous if the plans were its destruction. But the strength of the Trump brand after all they had done to it, the conventional Republicans and the Democrats, was beyond comprehension for them.   Even Mitt Romney was starting to see the light of the issue. “If Trump wants to run in 2024, he can.” Do ya’ think, Mitt? Wow, there is some good inside baseball indeed, coming from a sitting senator at the federal level. But it says just how little these “insiders” really know about what’s going on in the outside world. I could tell them all day long, and so could many others. In Ohio, where DeWine held off challengers with only 48% of the vote out of a million Republican primary voters, many who flipped for the election from Democrat to put their support behind the very RINO incumbent governor, the tolerance for convention has well expired. People are voting for MAGA candidates in the Republican Party. They may not always agree on who those MAGA candidates are. But when Trump puts his official endorsement behind one of them, they win their election. That was certainly the case with J.D. Vance.

Before Trump provided his endorsement, J.D. was down in the polls, well behind Josh Mandel. I saw the impact right away. I ended up voting for Josh Mandel anyway, as did many, but J.D. Vance had a comfortable lead from the endorsement to the actual vote count that never went away, completely off the strength of Trump’s endorsement. That really spooked the Beltway insiders in the aftermath of the election. How could Trump have that much power, still? Well, I would say that Trump’s brand is strong by itself. He had built it over a lifetime, and there isn’t anything else like it in politics. From the Trump Tower building in the 80s to all the books, appearances in movies, and his WWE activities, Trump has always oozed Make America Great. But it’s more than that. In the Tea Party days, I remember when Trump struggled to get 100 people to gather in front of a stage, he was speaking at. Trump had to come to the Tea Party movement; they didn’t go to him. Trump had to stay married, to get more conservative.

Trump needed to start attacking Barack Obama, whom everyone at that time who hated him knew was a political plant from the Weather Underground. Obama began his political life in the living room of Bill Ayers. When Trump got blasted by Obama by accepting an invite to the White House Correspondents Dinner in 2011, it changed life forever. Trump went and was grilled by Obama ferociously. Trump then endeavored to get revenge by running for president to knock down Obama and all his plans, which are still unfolding today. Obama is the mouth behind Joe Biden, and that battle is still very much in the news daily. The Tea Party admired how Trump was willing to go after Obama, so they threw their support behind him, and the rest is history. The Tea Party never went away. It just became MAGA, and it’s stronger by far now than it was in 2011 or 2009. Now it’s mainstream, whereas it seemed like a fringe movement of grandparents and concerned constitutionalists back then. 

The Karl Rove types and the Brit Hume personalities have never figured it out. They keep thinking that, like some kind of rubberband, society will snap back into 1963. Democrats would become the party of the poor and Republicans of those evil businesses. Instead, we have something in 2022 that is very different, and they can’t get their minds around it. Few in Washington D.C. can. There are many reasons for it, but for the purpose of this election, the Beltway culture from all political parties was baffled by the results. But those results were real. They displayed an undercurrent of political sentiment that extended from local school boards to presidents of nations, and people were voting for change

Rich Hoffman

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Graham Hancock’s Great Book, ‘Visionary’: To what degree does the spirit world shape modern politics and our everyday lives

I do get excited about my books, and when I read a great one, I often talk about it extensively. Books are my favorite things in the world, I could never have enough of them, and they have been with me most of my life as priorities. But this year, I knew Graham Hancock was releasing an update to his famous book previously, called Supernatural, with the new title Visionary. It was coming out on April 4th, so I nabbed it up and treated myself to a birthday treat of reading it voraciously. I talk a lot about politics and education issues. Still, I enjoy no subject more than the pseudo-sciences, and Graham Hancock, the former journalist, turned pseudo-science investigator, is one of the best currently in the field.    So for a birthday gift to myself, I gave myself a few weeks of April to just sit down and read his new book and soak it up because it’s one of those types of books. Actually, it has all the potential to be a life-changing book because it deals with the kind of stuff that is at the core of all human concerns. What were we before we were born, and what will we become after? What’s the point of it all. Now, I love Graham Hancock’s books. He and I have very close beliefs about bureaucracy’s effect on the sciences. He is into pseudo-science because traditional science, institutionalized, just does not keep pace with the rate of discovery that is occurring in this information age that we are in. Institutionalism is at war with the rate of understanding occurring, and they hate people like Graham Hancock. But Hancock brings his background as a journalist to science and takes what is known by traditional scientific discoveries and pieces everything together in a noninstitutionalized way, which is how things need to be done anyway. And as a result, he asks big questions seeking big answers to things. And for human beings, there is nothing more significant than how the spirit world interacts with the conscious world. 

For many years I have talked about the role that ultraterrestrials play in our human lives. I had done many articles on the giant race of people who lived in the Ohio region well before the times of Jesus Christ and actually had an empire all the way to the Gulf of Mexico before what we know of as Native Americans were even on the world stage. They were as sophisticated as the Stonehenge and Avebury cultures in England and obviously were part of the same culture from the same time periods of influence. So Graham’s topics are not new to me. I learned about these giants while attending the Mothman Festival at Point Pleasant, West Virginia, so it’s a real thing that certainly is under-researched. Traditional science driven by the university system is just too slow. They are guarding too much of their previous assumptions actually to answer these kinds of questions, so that is where Graham Hancock comes in. After reading the book by John Keel on the Mothman Prophecies, I am quite certain that the ultraterrestrials talked about in that book, which Graham’s Visionary is essentially a sequel, the spirit world of angels and demons that so concern religions have shown themselves in stories chronicled in the work of John Keel so effectively. But he was just touching on the surface, and Graham Hancock has taken several additional steps toward unraveling these interdimensional worlds and how they interact with the world of the living and actually redefining what “dead” means. 

Now, where Graham Hancock and I part ways is over the issue of drugs. I get his argument on the Pinery gland and how drugs can pull off the restrictor plate of brain activity to see things that are always there but that we filter out within the visual spectrum of our senses. He advocates for the open and legalized use of drugs to produce real hallucinogenic effects. Still, they are elements that our eyes can’t see because we live life in a four-dimensional world. I’m against all drugs, at any time, over anything. I don’t even take aspirin. I will occasionally sip on a beer socially, but nothing more, and I certainly never get intoxicated. But I am not closed off to his ideas that some of these drugs don’t produce hallucinations but are, in fact, reality seen for what they really are. This is why I was so interested in his book. I recently saw petroglyphs in New Mexico and Utah that were almost identical to known cave art in South Africa and Europe that span thousands of years from each other, and many thousands of miles of travel, so the cultures could not have been communicating 15,000 years ago or even 50,000. Yet they all tell similar stories painted on the rocks, and how they arrived at those images looks to be something Graham has pieced together correctly. He also puts UFO phenomena into the mix, which I had just had a research trip to Roswell fresh on my mind. So, his book reaffirmed many things that I had already been thinking about. And to add to that, he actually used ayahuasca and reported what he had seen, which was independent verification that he didn’t know he would experience. I wouldn’t do it, but I’m glad he was willing to report it scientifically instead of from the perspective of some drug-crazed lunatic. 

There is a taco place I like to go to at The Greene in Dayton called Condado Tacos, and ayahuasca hallucinations obviously inspire the interior. Or is it hallucinations? Is it a reality? I think it’s reality personally, and I think when we talk about political elements, we have to understand that there is an influence from these places that run quantumly with our 4-dimensional existence. Remember, we mathematically know that our present universe supports 11 dimensions that are likely within our current reality. But, outside of our universe, there is a possibility of 26, and within each of those dimensions, likely lifeforms are interacting with us at all times. Our business is to understand these lifeforms, especially if they are interacting with us.

We may not have the eyes and ears to hear them, but our minds certainly do, even if remotely. And that’s not a very fair fight if they have an easier time at communicating than we do, and they take advantage of that aspect often to push the world where we may not want it to go. We might say it’s the will of the spirit world, but what if it’s a maleficent demon who wants to destroy the world and everyone in it. Do you really want to listen to it? Perhaps this is the kind of influence that has brought so much great evil into the world. Or, maybe this is where all the good is, and that the purpose of life is to build a great soul to travel in these realms as an individual instead of just a collection of cosmic dust, and that the act of creation is what matters, of life being a creative process that gives birth to a human soul that then sheds the body for this afterlife. And that the afterlife is just another life that is depicted on those walls at Condado’s in Dayton. I think perhaps so. But regardless, a great book like Visionary is a rare treat, and a journey I was happy to take, and one of the best birthday presents I have ever given to myself. Time and the content to think about that truly has meaning.

Rich Hoffman

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Vote No by Saying Yes: How Great Issac Adi and Darbi Boddy are for Lakota

Issac Adi and Darbi Boddy for Lakota School Board

I could tell you many stories about politics that are dire and would make you want to climb under a rock and never get involved again.  But sometimes, some stories are fantastic, and that is the case with the two endorsed Lakota school board candidates, Issac Adi and Darbi Boddy, who are running to replace incumbent Democrats in November of 2021.  Every event I have been to with these two has been good; a few examples are shown below.  The video might be a little rough, but it’s what they say that matters.  Darbi and Issac work well together and are as unselfish as I’ve ever seen in politics, in any position. I’ve said from the beginning that I supported four candidates for the school board, but in this race this year, the Republican endorsement is what matters.  In the past, liberals have infected the school board, so critical race theory and transexual policies became part of the dominant conversation. They have managed to hide their intentions by calling the school board “nonpartisan.” Well, we know that nothing in politics is “nonpartisan,” especially the Lakota school board.  But when this idea of supporting school board members for Lakota came up, I never thought that two of them who would win the endorsement would like each other so well. That’s when the “can you imagines” started coming to my mind, where the school board represented the conservatives of Butler County, Ohio truly, and that they worked well together.  It’s one thing to have conservative votes on the board to manage things the way voters expect, but that they would perform functional management is a bonus that didn’t seem possible. 

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For instance, Issac Adi went door to door in my precinct, letting people know who he was and when to vote for him.  My wife noticed him in our neighborhood, and they struck up a conversation at the end of my driveway.  Issac recognized her immediately, which I thought was remarkable considering the number of people he has met over several months, including big names like Jim Jordan.  I would imagine his head is spinning with all the people he’s had to shake hands with, so it did impress me that he remembered my wife.  That is one thing about Issac Adi; he is one of the most sincere people I’ve ever met in politics.  He truly cares and is a good person.  So he remembers people and cares about them long after the handshake.  Of course, he wanted to know where I was which my wife told him I was babysitting my grandkids inside the house.  So he came up to see me and talk for a bit. 

After talking and catching up, I noticed that Issac wore Darbi’s campaign sticker on his shirt.  He was doing the hard work of going door to door on a pretty hot day, full of enthusiasm after talking to many hundreds of people personally, and he was promoting Darbi along the way.  Now I know that they are both endorsed and are part of the same team.  But the way the vote occurs, they very much have to run individually.   The top vote-getters are the ones who win in these kinds of elections, and it’s always hard to beat an incumbent.  The union vote and latte-sipping liberals always show up on election night, making it hard for conservatives to get a lot of votes.  But here was Issac promoting Darbi just as much as he was promoting himself.  And as I understand it, Darbi has been doing the same.  She was out promoting her and Issac as a team, not just individual candidates.  For any election, that is a pretty unique concept that doesn’t have a lot of historical precedents. 

Adding their votes to that of the current Lynda O’Conner would be a game-changer at Lakota.  I have been to other events where I have seen the three of them talking, and the chemistry is just there.  You can see it from a long way off. I’ve been dealing with school board issues in many districts around Ohio for twenty years, and I have never seen such a good combo.  Seeing Issac that day took some of my natural cynicism toward politics into a place it had never been before.  It seemed possible that at Lakota, something good had a chance to happen.  They are both so much better than the other alternatives, and if people had an opportunity to see that for themselves, these two could get elected.   There are still very significant obstacles, but as hard as they have worked throughout September and into October, it seemed like more than a fantasy and more of an eventual reality.  Usually, when I think of the Lakota school board, I typically think of severe dysfunction and people who do not know what they are doing with the money.  But here were genuinely competent and hard-working people who actually liked each other, at least as much as I’ve ever seen in politics, and there was a chance for great things to happen at Lakota for the first time in forever. 

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Issac had to eventually leave and return to the campaign trail from my house, but it took a while.  I enjoyed his company so much that it took us a long time to say goodbye that day.  I can say that I have been talking actively with many of the old No Lakota Levy people preparing ourselves for levy fights in the years to come.  The current school board has been trying to find the time to put one up for a vote to satisfy the out-of-control spending the teacher’s union expects.  This was an election year. Otherwise, the current board would have proposed a tax increase this year.  Likely, they’ll wait until next year now that they’ve agreed to give all those teachers sitting home on Covid excuses a raise that they’ll have to pay for next year.  But a levy fight is so damaging.  It’s much better to support a new school board that would manage the money that we already give them, which is a massive 200 million-plus budget.  If you can’t teach 17,000 kids on that, you have problems.  But the school board has never listened. Instead, they have attacked businesses for more money, like trolls always looking for a shakedown of tax revenue to pay for their reckless and infinite spending ultimately. Lakota’s school board has been deficit spending for their entire existence; no matter how much money we’ve given them, they never find a way not to spend more than they take in.  When they did have a surplus for a bit because of declining enrollment, they couldn’t wait to waste it on something new.  With this prospect of an actual conservative school board to replace the majority of liberals, great things can happen.  Issac and Darbi have done the work to get people to know who they are.  Now it will be up to the voters.  For the first time in many of their lifetimes, they have a great choice as the Lakota school district residents.  They can vote for the same old tax and spend liberals that have screwed up so much at Lakota.  Or, they can vote for Issac Adi and Darbi Boddy, who enjoy each other, work hard, and care to give the board a conservative majority for the first time.  If voters don’t vote for them, then when the tax increases come, people won’t be able to complain about it because they had a chance to say no to those tax increases by saying yes to Darbi Boddy and Issac Adi. 

Rich Hoffman

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