America Lost Over A Million People in 2022: The bioweapon of Covid leads straight to the door of the Desecrators of Davos

It’s nice to see more people this year are paying more attention to the Davos, World Economic Forum 2023 event than usual. Of course, two of the main themes there, the kind of things they talk about in the after parties and a looming topic in the background of everything economic, is population growth in the world and how it needs to be lowered to preserve the Earth, and they talk about it in a cult-like way more inclined to religion than science. Then, of course, there is all the climate change garbage which essentially is a continuation of the real villain of the Bible, Baal, the worship of the Earth and the moon, and all the stars of the sky letting the universe play them like cards from a Tarot deck instead of playing the cards to your advantage the way we do in American poker. For people like Bill Gates and many of his fellow billionaires he has an obsession with reducing the Earth’s population to help preserve the Earth. In contrast, intelligent people like Elon Musk have realized that population regression will only stunt the technical evolution of humanity. We need to make more people; we need more babies, and it’s not Earth that should be their home; they need to move onto the moon, onto Mars, and into a much more open space environment, settling space, which is the ultimate frontier. Instead, the focus of the World Economic Forum is population control and, ultimately, reductions. And now, finally, people are starting to put two and two together and can see what’s been going on, which I have been warning about for years.   Covid and the vaccine were created to control the population, and the guilt for the effort of distributing Covid all over the world as a bioweapon built by governments leads straight to Davos. 

As I always say, judge people by what they do, not what they say. Of course, as I call those World Economic Forum people in Davos every year, the Desecrators of Davos will say that they only have the best intentions. What they don’t tell you is that liberalism to them is a religion, and peeling away the population is one of their goals because they love the Earth more. The Earth has one destiny and one destiny only; it will be destroyed by a usual cataclysmic event that occurs routinely over geologic time. That doesn’t mean we should treat it unfairly, but this nature worship stuff is for the birds. We need as a species to dominate nature and to use it for our science for the survival of our species well beyond the terminal life of Earth. So with that context in focus, we can easily look at the year of 2022 and see the results that the vaccines have had, how many deaths came to us through Covid, and in general, what the population charts show happened from one year to another. There has been a lot of speculation regarding the Covid vaccinations, which government pushed on their populations from Pfizer and Moderna, and the after-effects have been terrible. A percentage of our population is suffering after the effects of the Covid shot and its boosters, which were untested when they were introduced under tremendous pressure. Many big government types are in complete denial about the role anybody played in the sudden death of people by accelerations of cancers suddenly taking advantage of destroyed immune systems, heart attacks provoked by myocarditis, and other advancements of diseases that might otherwise linger for years that had their effects suddenly sped up because of the contributions of either Covid to their systems or the government forced medicine that is the only change into the human species from one year to another. 

And these are the facts of 2022 regarding death rates, which can only be viewed as murder at this point. In the United States, we have a total population of 334,013,678. During 2022 there were 3,236,726 deaths in just America, including everything from the elderly dying of natural causes to heart attacks, cancer, all the usual causes. Yet, in 2022, we only had a population growth of 2,218,142. So in total, we lost 1,018,584 people in 2022. And suppose you look at population growth charts over many years. In that case, it is obvious that we had population growth outpacing population death for most years up until 2019, when Covid was introduced to the world through a lab in China. We had Bill Gates and Dr. Fauci suddenly telling us that we would all die unless we enacted climate change, stayed locked in our homes, wore a mask, and tried to hide from the virus. And to perpetuate the fear, they denied knowledge of any treatment in top medical journals, which the media picked up on the story denying that hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin could treat Covid and actually save lives. The Desecrators of Davos types did not want to save lives; they wanted to flip that population number where there were more deaths than births, and in so doing, we lost over a million people in America alone. If you multiply that trajectory across all advanced economies in the world that didn’t keep as good of records as were kept in the United States, there were many millions more lost in the total population on Earth. 

Now, if this had been a military invasion with tanks and troops storming into our neighborhoods, and a million people were killed in the process, we would have been talking about that every day in the news cycle. Instead, we see sports figures collapsing suddenly at the age of 24 who took the vaccine for Covid, and we try to ignore the obvious because most people were suckered into taking the jab, which is advice that came straight from the World Economic Forum. Straight from sources like Bill Gates and Dr. Fauci. And the results are a population decline, not growth. If the Davos talk hadn’t created a strategy for population decline, the birth rates would outpace death rates by the standard margin. So there is no other conclusion to make about the declining numbers of the population in relation to birth rates, that people have been murdered to fulfill a political agenda that centers on the old worship of Baal, the nature gods of old, and that the climate change talk is nothing but a religion where genocide is part of their strategy. And the vehicle of delivery is not the traditional one of military might. Instead, this is revenge of the nerds, the kind of treachery we should have expected from tech geeks, like those at the World Economic Forum who have obvious plans for the future of the planet that they feel entitled to conduct in elite ski towns away from the observations of the rest of the world. At this point, most of us know somebody who has died of Covid, and we have watched people have adverse effects due to the vaccine and the boosters. The death counts are just confirmation that something different wasn’t there before 2019 when all these Desecrators of Davos plans were introduced into society. And if you take that declining birth rate along with the death rates out over ten years or more, past the target date for many of the Desecrators of Davos plans of 2030, then millions of lives will be lost over that duration as part of a population control plan that they have imposed on us in the full light of day, right in front of our faces. And their purpose has been murder from the very start. They just planned for us not to figure it out until it was too late. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Psychological Warfare About a Fake Moon Landing: Neil Armstrong’s search for the ancient library in Cueva de los Tayos

In an information age, it should be expected that psychological warfare would be the primary strategy for all hostile agents worldwide. And social media, of course, will be a vehicle for it, as are all forms of mass media. And not all the hostile characters are governments. Governments are undoubtedly hostile, but technology has provided an even playing field for even the most maniacal character who knows how to use psychological warfare on a gullible public for nefarious objectives. And this strategy has been in place since the beginning of mass media, for the entirety of the last century, and has been on overdrive so far in the 21st. It’s not hard to understand why so many people believe so many things, even ridiculous things, such as the conspiracy theory that the moon landing was a fake. I would think of that conspiracy theory as an example of psychological warfare because the hostile agents who started it were not happy with what was learned with the actual moon landing by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin as when they landed on the surface, cut off communications with NASA which amateur radio operators picked up, for around 2 minutes where Armstrong revealed that there were other ships on the crater of the moon and that other lifeforms were there watching them. That, too, is considered a conspiracy theory, so what are we to make of any of it? Who do we believe? Can we trust anybody anymore? Well, the ultimate goal of psychological warfare is to erode that trust so that there is nothing but desperation among people and a hunger to believe what they deem safest. And the world’s governments position themselves as that “safety” option, and from that, they plan to gain much power. 

It was always odd to me that we never returned to the moon after those six Apollo missions. The rumor was that NASA was told by the lifeforms watching the moon landing to pick up a few rocks, fly around and take some pictures. But otherwise, stay away. And NASA and the American government did just that for the next 40 years. I sort of watched all this strange behavior by our government with knowing skepticism because I read everything and, as I say all the time, don’t judge people by what they say because they will lie. Judge them by what they do. I was very happy with President Trump’s statements during his inauguration speech, where he said, “we stand at the birth of a new millennium, ready to unlock the mysteries of space, to free the earth from the miseries of disease, and to harness the energies, industries, and technologies of tomorrow.” Who in their right mind wouldn’t like that? Well, governments who want to be in control didn’t like that, and by returning to space, it was going to reopen all the secrets of the Apollo missions, such as why we never dared go back to the moon or other planets for that matter. We had been waved off by something. Well, I make no apologies about it; I think the human race was filled with interactions with beings from all over the galaxy. I think there is highly compelling evidence that migrants from the planet Sirius gave ancient cultures a jump start and that Indian mounds all over the world play a part in helping space travelers know where and when they are in time while traveling around large distances that don’t behave consistently with time. I don’t think everything from Ancient Aliens the television show is correct, but I think they are knocking on the right door. But unlike those speculations, I don’t think those interactions ever went away, but that they still occur to this day, and governments and occultists are still working to have relationships with many species of living beings from all over the place.

When Neil Armstrong returned from his trip to the moon, he was never quite the same. He lived near me, and my wife and I looked to buy some property near his farmhouse outside Lebanon, Ohio. And people would run into him around town, and he would tell them things. He worked as a professor at the University of Cincinnati and eventually moved to Indian Hill. But I watched him for a long time and was always curious about him. As a kid, I was very moved by the museum dedicated to him in Wapakoneta, just up the road along I-75, a few hours or so. So I found his trip seven years after he walked on the moon to Ecuador looking for the reported ancient library there, supposedly built by giants and hosting 40-pound books made of gold in a secret library left behind by the visitors from other planets, compelling. The cave where this library was rumored to be located was Cueva de los Tayos near the Santiago River, and it was Armstrong who put together a small expedition there to see what he could find. As it turned out, they saw some strange things and mapped the cave but didn’t find the library. Some artifacts indicated there was certainly more to the story, but the fact that a very logical and respected figure such as Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, was interested in such a thing, added to his behavior for the rest of his life, indicates that he was clearly rattled by what he saw on the moon and was looking for answers, behind the veil of what governments and power-hungry despots conceal behind what we perceive as reality. Based on Armstrong’s behavior and conversations he had with locals, off the record, I believe what a seasoned test pilot and astronaut says more than a corrupt government with all kinds of illicit intentions and those powers do use psychological warfare to hold power over people. If people learned the truth about things, governments wouldn’t have the power they do. And even though Armstrong knew he was more afraid of the powers of our governments and the promises he had to make to them to get the opportunity to go to the moon, he spent the rest of his life essentially thirsty for the truth. 

The psychological warfare that was employed in this case was that the truth may have been that characters from some other planet were on the moon watching us land in our primitive little capsule and that the confidence we had in going there, to begin with, was because of our relationship with those same characters. People assume that contact with a civilization from anywhere but earth would lead to hostilities, but I would argue against that theory. Likely, they have been with us from the beginning and have been the gods of our myths from the beginning of time. And they fight among each other, are not unified in their endeavors, and we have just as much leverage over them as they do us, philosophically. They may have more and better technology than we do, but that doesn’t mean they are more innovative. I tend to think, based on their behavior, that they need us as much as we need them, and we have a lot of power-hungry corrupt people, just as are reported in the Bible, and every ancient book, who want to put themselves between them, and mass society. And to play that psychological warfare with the public, they started the conspiracy theory that Stanley Kubrick, the director of 2001: A Space Odyssey, faked the moon landing so that we could show the Russians that we beat them to the moon, when in fact we never left the ground. And in that way, they could hope to keep anybody from knowing the real truth, the thing that haunted Neil Armstrong for the rest of his life, that there is a lot more to the world than just what we are told in the news and from our governments. We have caught our governments lying to us about election fraud, the conditions of wars around the world, and of course, the conditions of Covid and what it did to all of us. And knowing all that, you can bet they would lie to us about much “bigger” things. Yet we can know that we landed on the moon because we have telescopes, and we know where we landed and what we left behind. Because the evidence is right there for all to see, we just need to look at it.

Rich Hoffman

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It is Joe Biden’s Fault that there Isn’t .50 A.E. ammunition at Cabela’s: Democrat Party communist tampering destroys supply chains from eggs to ammunition

There is an old Ronald Reagan joke, which I will include with this article, that talks about how ridiculous buying a car in Russia was during the open days of communism. Because of the tight government controls on the means of production, the joke went that it took ten years to get on the waiting list to buy a car. But that a person would have to know whether the car would be ready in the afternoon or morning because the plumber was scheduled in the morning, which might pose a conflict. The essence of the story is that government tampering with the marketplace causes production delays, and no matter where in the world it is tried, communism and socialism slow down production. But wait, what about China, you might say, or Vietnam? They are very productive and are the fastest-growing economies in the world. Well, two things are happening there; first, they are very industrious people, not afraid of hard work in most Asian countries, and they have a lot of people to overwhelm the inefficiency of government bureaucracy. The other thing is that the World Economic Forum has artificially propped up all Asian countries through corporate manipulation, so the money they enjoy and investments they see coming in are a direct result of market tampering by hostile forces hell-bent on taking over the world. So the value of Chinese manufacturing at all levels is smoke and mirrors. Communism is the pick of the Desecrators of Davos investors at the World Economic Forum because they like it, and banks like centralized control. So despite the realities of President Reagan’s jokes about Russia, there has been a global push to outspend reality and force the world into communism anyway.   

And there is a reason those same forces felt they had to steal the American election, just as they did the one obviously in Brazil. The world is on fire, and there are protests everywhere, Paris, London, Mexico, and just about anywhere that large populations are struggling to reclaim their capitalism from global commitments from finance into socialism and outright communism. And Joe Biden represents the Democrat’s deep desire to install Chinese communism in America and to rot away Americans’ expectations about production and market value. Now we are seeing the effects of this Democrat Party push for Chinese-style communism everywhere, whether we are talking about baby formula, gas prices, or the latest crisis, the price of eggs. Something many of us take for granted, eggs, which are easy to get in large numbers in America, are now rising in price to dangerous levels because the Biden administration policies have tampered with the market to such an extent that they have interrupted production and delivery which can’t keep up with demand. But for me, this is a much more serious issue going much further than the price of eggs. I see the destruction of the Biden administration differently every time I go to Cabela’s to buy ammunition. I have had through Covid thousands of rounds of ammunition for my .50 A.E. Desert Eagle, which is my carry gun, and it has taken me a while to burn through them. It hasn’t been an issue in a few years, but I used to be able to go to Cabela’s in West Chester, Ohio, and buy all the .50 A.E. ammunition I could want. It was just as easy to buy .500 Magnum S&W ammunition, my other carry gun I take with me everywhere I go. But on this particular day, I couldn’t find them, so I asked the store clerk if they had any, and he just laughed as if what I had said was the funniest thing in the world. “I haven’t seen any of that kind of ammunition in over three years,” he said as if me asking for it was the most absurd thing in the world. 

Now, I can make all aspects of ammunition on my own. I don’t need an ammunition manufacturer to do it for me. Most of the time, ordering all the components, I can assemble my own ammunition by reloading at my home. But I could just as well do it in the middle of the woods with no power grid. The government has obviously done what it can’t do with gun laws; tamper with the supply of ammunition by making it hard for manufacturers to produce it, and they have tampered with the supply chain. The result is that Cabela’s, which is one of their core competencies, has had a hard time getting any ammunition. For a long time during Covid, they struggled to get some of the most common ammunition in the world, 9MM. As I looked at the shelves, I thought they had managed to get most ammunition from .22 through .45 caliber, and equally rifle ammunition as well. But the really big stuff, the exotic stuff I like to use, has dropped off the radar and is likely interrupted forever. You could tell by the way the clerk talked that he had already accepted the limits of global communism and had made himself a victim to those lowered expectations. Whereas, under President Trump, during the year of 2019, the year before Covid, I would have asked for .50 A.E. ammunition, and he would have proudly said something like, “right over, there are six boxes of 20. And if you want, you can get a free hamburger and a 2-litter of Coke for free if you buy five boxes today.” Excesses are expected in American culture, which makes things cheaper.

But for the global market tampering schemes of communists, they want what is happening at Cabela’s. They can’t pass laws to get rid of gun rights, but they can make it hard for people to get ammunition to use. So they have attacked that sector of the economy for personal activism. I’ll still shoot my guns, but they have made it harder and much more expensive to get, and the efforts have been on purpose, clearly. It’s part of the overall communist philosophy of why the Biden administration was put in place, to begin with. Unlike the store clerk at Cabela’s, I don’t accept these ridiculous restrictions that have been artificially imposed on us by out-of-control, stupid government and their tampering desires. I expect to live in a country where I can buy a chicken sandwich at Chick-fil-A and stop by Cabela’s, which is right next door, and buy up several boxes of .50 caliber pistol ammunition all in about 10 minutes so I can get back to doing other things in my life rather than looking for ammunition. The real reason that communist countries have less productivity is that people waste time waiting on the government to do things, and that gives them less free time for personal pleasures. I don’t waste time in my life, so it is quite insulting to waste time looking for things like ammunition that should be easy and quick to get. It’s bad enough when these market restrictions start to emerge with common items like eggs. But you can best see the effects of globalism and the Biden administration’s communist philosophy on luxury items, which are always the first targets of attack by overly centralized governments. When the store clerk laughs at the assumption that we live in such a competent world that .50 caliber ammunition would just be sitting on the shelf, you know you have a big problem on the supply side of an economy. And it was made worse by government not by accident but by purposeful activism that is part of a global strategy. And it’s far worse than many people realize. 

Rich Hoffman

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I Love the Debate to Make McCarthy Speaker: More fights in congress will only push honesty to the top and give corruption no place to hide

One of the biggest problems with progressives is that they expect that everything will “progress” along with their assumed trajectory of destruction. There has been a plan for the destruction of America from outside forces who long ago figured out that fighting the American military was not going to work for them, so they turned to sabotage, political subversion, and even election fraud to wear away the American government into global submission gradually. Communism and socialism are the foundations of the progressive political movement, so one of their greatest weapons has been to erode away the republic style of government in America into a more democratic form of mass rule with consensus building, and for the last one hundred years, that has been the basic premise of all our government, from the school board level to the debates in Congress in Washington D.C. With all that said, I found it amusing and astonishing how people reacted to the vote for Kevin McCarthy as Speaker of the House during the first week of January 2023. It took debates all week and 15 different votes to get members of Congress to agree on McCarthy as the Speaker, which I thought was acceptable. I had no problem with the arguments; as I said, this is what government should look like. People should argue and push and shove while managing important matters because that’s how agreements on fundamental truths are determined. Yet I had many people asking me what I thought about the whole “speaker” issue because the media was reporting the whole thing as a travesty, and they believed what they were hearing, which was funny and sad all at that same time.

I have explained to Lynda O’Conner, president of the Lakota school board, the government school in my neighborhood, that government is not supposed to be centered on consensus building; it should be centered on honest debate. I had to laugh at her and some of the other school board members when they sat me down in a basement back in April of 2023 with some local Tea Party members and someone they thought was a great legal mind and tried to apply a new variation of the Delphi Technique on me, to get me convinced that the new school board member Darbi Boddy was bad for the school board and had to be removed. It was insulting to me because I have taught those techniques to hundreds of people for over two decades, and it certainly wasn’t going to work on me. Instead, I explained to them that I thought Darbi was great for the Lakota school board, we have been able to expose a lot of terrible stuff that we otherwise would have never known about because of Darbi, and I further told Lynda that this kind of contention and debate was how I liked to do things. Getting along isn’t the goal; I’ve been in meetings where chairs and computers are thrown, and holes are punched through walls, people get mad, they want to fight, and tempers flare. But that’s all good. I love it; it always forces people to work through their problems and get to the truth. I consider the consensus-building efforts she and others were trying to apply to me to be the evilest thing in the world, using friendships and peer pressure to whip up votes that don’t follow logic but sentiment. We left company that day to never speak again, with years of friendships tossed out the window. That is essentially what has been wrong with all government.

And that’s why I told everyone during the McCarthy vote that I was happy, not sad, by the process. We have a lot to do in the people’s House. There are many investigations into crimes that have ostentatiously occurred, the impeachments of Trump, the lies and manipulations that occurred under Nancy Pelosi, and the way that Congress grossly abused its power. We can’t play patty cake with these people. There have to be punishments for what occurred. And we still have to settle all the crimes that occurred with Covid. You can’t lock down society, conduct a coup against an American president, and deliberately kill people by denying them medicine for a government-controlled pandemic and just get away with it. There will have to be some complex discussions about where Covid came from, who made it, and who let it loose into the world. I think these are rhetorical questions at this point, but we need to ask them formally and take action correctly and legally. Then there is the Joe Biden mess, the laptop, the relationship with Ukraine, and the open border policy that is an open harassment of American sovereignty. Biden, at best, has committed sedition by not securing the border, either by sheer stupidity or purposeful insurrection. We must have a tough congress to ask those hard questions and overcome a media obsessed with consensus building who will try to sabotage the opinion of the American people the way I described the consensus-building exercise that school boards typically use to sell radicalism to the public. 

I was actually disappointed that things were settled by Friday night. I wouldn’t have minded seeing a month of debate, fistfights, and messy arguments. People keep saying that Marjorie Taylor Green has stepped over the line and is sleeping with McCarthy because she is so cozy with him. I see only good things coming out of Green. I met her a few times recently while she was campaigning for J.D. Vance. She knows what she is doing. If she can pull Kevin McCarthy from a RINO position into the Freedom Caucus and put her on some committees that will be investigating Joe Biden and others, that’s great. I hope that romance action isn’t part of under the sheet negotiations. With her, I don’t think so. But humans do those kinds of things. What I care about are the results. And the trajectory of change is not headed in favor of the progressives. Instead, it’s going the other way. I’m not particularly impressed with Speakers of the House and their third most powerful person in the world status. I have one living essentially in my neighborhood, John Boehner. I have a lot of mutual friends who love Boehner. I never have, not when he was at the height of his power, and certainly not now. Boehner realized what was cooking in 2015; the powers of consensus-building and progressivism were eroding and falling apart before their eyes. It’s not getting stronger. The same path of destruction occurred with Nancy Pelosi and Paul Ryan. McCarthy either gets right with the Freedom Caucus or will lose power. That is how it is and where it’s going. So I expected a fight. I also expected nobody but McCarthy to be Speaker.

There are still a lot of RINOs in Congress, but only 20 or so Freedom members. But that number is growing more and more each session. And eventually, it will primarily all be Freedom members. So there is no reason to play nice with Democrats and Progressives. Just don’t overplay the hands. And debate and fighting show the strength of the hand; that’s how you know what’s really going on. Playing nice and holding hands with consensus building will do nothing but create more corruption, and for voters, that’s what they are determined to see an end to. The debate shows that we are headed in the right direction. 

Rich Hoffman

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The NFL Experience: There are things more valuable than safety and security

The very next game after the Bengals had the Monday Night Football game canceled, I had a chance to go and see them in Cincinnati play the Baltimore Ravens for the last game of the season. It had been a busy year where literally every weekend was spoken for. But knowing that the Bengals were going to be in the playoffs and that, especially during this time of the year right after Christmas, this is when I like the NFL experience the most, I wanted to go to a game and enjoy what that product did for the entire city on a cold winter afternoon. It’s hard to experience the NFL product fully; it involves more than just watching the game for three hours out of your day like you do when you watch the games on television. Even that is hard for me and is often difficult. I get pretty mad when the team I’m cheering on doesn’t win because I feel that I wasted my time on them only to end up feeling not encouraged. So attending sports events for me is a lot like gambling. With my life so carefully managed from one moment to the next, investing in an experience where I don’t control the outcome is a lot of risk. But once the Christmas lights come down and we enter the full clutches of winter, I love that our culture produces the NFL playoffs to edge us through the hardest winter months. By the time the NFL playoffs are finished, and we have the Super Bowl, which I consider a great American holiday, we are almost ready for spring. The maple syrup starts flowing, and we know the days of extreme cold are ending. So the NFL experience is very valuable for all kinds of reasons, and they are best viewed from the Club Seats in Cincinnati. 

I was not supportive of the NFL calling off the game against the Bills literally just a few nights earlier because the game itself means so much more to people than just the events of a player who happened to get hurt. The NFL is a very progressive corporation, what many call the No Fun League, putting on the field a uniquely American product. So the NFL is always in an interesting tug of war between appeasing their fan base and marching to the beat that comes out of the World Economic Forum’s strategic intentions for world domination. And, of course, the attack comes from where nobody really understands the direction. While fans watch the military flyovers during NFL games, which are quite spectacular in their own way, and complete the National Anthem with hats over hearts, the tide of the game, which is entirely out of the NFL’s control, takes on a life of its own. And it’s something you can only ever really see in person by experiencing firsthand. During this particular game, I had a very personal relationship with the military craft that was used, and they flew over very low, so low and slow that you could see the pilots. With all the fireworks, I had my grandson with me, which was quite a ceremony. Clearly, he was having a moment with the whole stadium, and patriotism was fully in the air. The haters of American culture might have the ear of the NFL and are pushing for its destruction through woke policies, but the current of American society itself was on full display all around us, and I found it very refreshing, worth its own currency in those cold January months.   

Ultimately, the NFL is like a pioneer trying to cross the current of a raging river. They started something that Americans genuinely love, and that made them happy until their masters of finance leveled an attack against our culture, trying to use that love as a device of hate, to destroy that very culture by luring innocent people near it, then to influence them with extortion to social behavior changes that were controlled by the Desecrators of Davos as I call them, the Bond villains who are a part of the World Economic Forum. And those types of people called off that game against the Bills to remind people that safety and security were more important than the results of a game, which I will always argue are oppositely true. The result of a game, or an event in life of any matter, is far more important than safety and security. American football, represented by what the NFL puts on the field, is a dangerous sport that represents capitalism at its finest. It is different from European soccer in many ways that are critically important to our culture. Soccer is a kind of pinball game where skilled players get a random chance to kick a ball into a goal uniquely. American football is all about planning and precision. You get four downs to get 10-yard increments. Every play is like a business plan, and success is the end zone of all that planning and coordination paying off. The offense on the field is all of us. The defense is life itself, trying to keep you from scoring. Football in America has much more going on than most sports. People have an unconscious understanding of it, even if their conscious reality manifests into too much beer drinking and dancing to booming music. Football in America has a unique relationship with capitalism, and we have a perceptual understanding of that value, which is why globalist forces are attacking the game the way they are. If you want to bring down America, which many forces in the world do, then American football is the way to do so. That leaves the owners of NFL teams in a strange place. Do they follow the rules of wokism from the World Economic Forum, or do they listen to the fans who continue to make them rich and allow the currents of capitalism to wash over them in a way they enjoy and can thrive in? 

I tend to be very free with the wallet at these kinds of events; I like my children and grandchildren to know how vital NFL games are to Americana itself. I don’t complain about the expensive drinks or hot dogs. I like the very expensive jerseys and hats. I like to tip the guys out front of the east entrance who are playing the drums. I love the energy and the celebration of life that is obvious at all NFL games. And I wish everyone could win every time. It is much like gambling to investing so much time and money into the NFL experience, but I see it as nothing but positive. And after going, I was reminded how dumb it was to cancel that game just because a player was injured. When bad things happen, we want to take time to see them taken care of. But there was more going on with the Bills player who suffered a heart attack on the field during Monday Night Football during the first game of 2023. Likely the heart attack was brought on by the NFL’s push for untested government vaccines, playing their role in the Great Reset by Klaus Schwab and the gang of destroyers who gather every year in Davos about this very same period. There are a lot of hostile forces in the world, and fans at NFL games are uniquely prominent in their effects, which is obviously frustrating for those forces. That’s why games should never be canceled, no matter what. The show itself has a value that transcends the way antagonistic forces shape logic, and the rebellion against their wrath is very much the core of the NFL experience, an unintended consequence. It’s what people cheer for during the game and why going to the games is such a cherished activity. And it’s why we must fight to keep our corporate products out of the hands of global politics intent to rule us all behind bureaucratic rules and regulations centered on safety and compliance. Those are the real enemies, and we love to cheer when our football teams score, regardless of what defense is set up to stop us. In the end, that’s what people celebrate, and it’s certainly worth doing.

Rich Hoffman

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I Hate Love: Remember, Jezebel was thrown out of a window and eaten by dogs, which I think was a wonderful thing

One of the things I hate the most in the world is the word “love.” I absolutely hate it. Not because I don’t love things; actually, there are many things in the world that I “love.” I am very passionate about a great many topics and things. But the way the word “love” has been dispersed to us over a long period, most recently with the KGB intelligence strategy to impose in America the peace sign during the hippie movement, the goal was always to undo us to collapse while we were busy “loving” each other. The peace sign was meant to change our value systems from a warring nation with the best military, capital markets, and endless opportunities for the most people, and to erode those values so other countries could knock us off to be the new world players. The peace movement was always an attack, meant to take advantage of our natural inclination to “love” as we have interpreted the Bible by many of the same maniacal characters. The churches themselves have sought to be the big power players competing with governments for power since the beginning of time, so much of what values they have extracted from the Bible were interpreted for us in view of our role being sheep more than the shepherd or the wolf. I’ve read the Bible, backward and forwards, along with many other books, and I don’t get a message of love at all costs. Love has a cost, and that is the insult when a hippie culture of communists came along in the 50s, 60s, and 70s to impose on an entire generation a KGB strategy meant to undo us all by exposing our misunderstandings of Christian values that say we must love at all costs.

Instead, I look at love as a currency that has value. And by associating love as unconditionally, then we have allowed elements of our society to take advantage, and they certainly have. That’s not how it is in my life. If I love people or things, there are conditions. And if those parties don’t live up to the expectations, I don’t love regardless. And why would anybody? The idea that we should love each other no matter what we do to each other is ridiculous. It was the enemies of America who came up with all these dumb notions about hate, that “hate” hurts you more than it does me kind of thing. No, hate is a value system that pulls love away from those undeserving. And allows you to function guilt free when people betray you. And under such functions, a nation is then better able to make decisions on treason, sedition, and betrayal of each other or of our country and the values it represents.

The part of the Bible with Jesus in it saying things like “forgive them, father, for they do not know what they do” is very small. Over time, we have been directed to focus on it because those sentiments serve the power forces in the world in whatever form they present themselves. Many people who point at the Bible and say it tells us to love unconditionally never read the Bible but instead allow themselves to be seduced by an institutionalist from the church who interprets life much the way a common politician does. I would say that the God of the Bible is a vengeful character who killed many millions of people to stop them from essentially worshipping Baal. Satan, Lucifer, and all elements of the Beast are constructs of the pagan gods who predate the Exodus. God spent many pages of the Bible punishing those who keep running to Baal and breaking the Ten Commandments. Any modern interpretation of the unconditional love of God by sending his son Jesus to die for our sins is wrapped up in the powerful forces of the world who want their sheep to go quietly into the slaughterhouse instead of fighting for what’s right. 

Love is something that is earned, and it should be something that is a deterrent to bad behavior. If people don’t value God’s love, which is what much of the Bible is all about, then God’s wrath comes upon them, and they will be punished for their behavior. Sometimes it’s death, such as the holy man in Kings 13, who a lion kills because he disobeyed the Lord.   Apparently, he was punished for not listening, and a lion just came along and tore him to shreds. And people saw the body and just kept walking by as the lion stood next to an ass (a donkey). The churches of Europe throughout the Middle Ages after the fall of the Roman Empire, then up until the present period of subversion by intelligence agencies, whether it’s the KGB during the Cold War or the CIA in America yesterday trying to discourage voters from voting for President Trump, love has been the means to attack, to keep everyone unaware of the actual war that has been going on for centuries. And what you get in the end is the worship of Baal, just as occurred in the Bible repeatedly, from those who spit in the face of God and then had to feel the wrath. To my way of looking at things, the wrath of love lost should be a deterrent. To lose love should be something people don’t want to experience. And if they think love will always be there and you don’t have to work to maintain it, you will see a collapsed culture. 

And there is nothing worse than the “free love” movement where sexually, the whole ceremony of love has been cheapened on purpose. I have a significant social media imprint and can’t record how many women send me DMs for hookups, which I find repulsive. They don’t know better, especially the young women who are coming out of their teens and are 20-somethings looking for a welfare check from an older man. They were raised in this free-love environment that started with the topless losers at Woodstock in 1969. Many of these young women are the kids and grandkids of those old hippie, pot-smoking deadbeats. And love lost its currency a long time ago because it was cheapened, but it is an evil culture that has turned to Baal repeatedly, just as Jezebel did. Remember what happened to her? She was thrown out of a window and eaten by dogs because she went against God. And I think that was a good thing to have happened. We are at a point where we have to stop the strategy that Saul Alinsky and many other enemies of America have inflicted on us all, our gullibility toward love, and our misplaced value of maintaining love at all costs, because we believe it’s the thing God wants us to do. I don’t think God wants an immoral society and that everything is cool just because Jesus died on the cross. We live this life and die to be born again in heaven. Instead, I would argue that we should fight for what’s right, whether here on earth in 2023 or in heaven beyond time’s reach. Love is a currency we should cash in and distribute to those worthy. And to those who aren’t, they need to feel the wrath of hate and all that comes with it.

Rich Hoffman

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The NFL Should Have Never Called Off the Bengals/Bills Game: Woke values are attacking the core of American lifestyles

You gotta know what kind of fight we are fighting and how the enemy is fighting it. I said it the night of the big football game that the NFL should have never called off the event during the first quarter when Damar Hamlin had a heart attack on the field after a tackle made. The Cincinnati Bengals game with the Buffalo Bills was an event of big consequences; both teams were fighting for a top seed in the upcoming playoffs and are two of the best teams in the NFL. I wasn’t at that particular game, but I knew a lot of people who were, and I know they looked forward to it all weekend and were prepared to spend many thousands of dollars to enjoy it. But after Bill’s safety, Hamlin made a big hit; he collapsed on the field unconscious and it looked very scary. It turned out to be a heart attack, and CPR was performed on him in the middle of the Cincinnati stadium, with more than 70,000 people on hand watching and millions more seeing it on live television. After some time went on and they could remove the player from the field, the NFL called the game off, astonishingly, and the night was over as far as football, Monday Night Football at that. I thought it was a terrible decision by the NFL, a terribly woke one. It wasn’t a decision that would help Damar Hamlin, and it would ruin the playoff picture for many teams. The NFL would end up canceling the game for the year, which makes it terrible for all the teams competing because now, suddenly, the two best teams are going into the playoffs playing one less game for the year. That’s not fair to anybody. 

Obviously, the NFL is sensitive to all the attacks on them by woke elements of society, that the sport is too violent, that it’s a gladiator sport that exploits young people for the entertainment of everyone else. The pressure from pressure groups regarding concussion protocols is behind just about everything the NFL does these days, but everyone must understand that those concerns are not about safety. They are exploited that way, but their intent is just to attack another element of American society by trying to change the values we have for it. Such as, in this Bengals/Bills game, one deadly injury is suddenly bigger than the game itself and the playoffs and all the fans in the stands cheering them on. By the modern woke rules of anti-American sentiment, like many things are poised against American activities in business and entertainment, safety is the new club to ruin our country disguised as helpful but maliciously introduced to freeze unknowing executives into satisfying radical elements of society toward compliance. The NFL executives knew that if they played the game after removing Hamlin, the media would have a field day of criticism, which they have experienced several times this past season, especially regarding the Miami Dolphins quarterback who passed out frighteningly, essentially being knocked out for the season. Yes, football is a violent sport; everyone knows that going in. The players get paid a lot of money because of that risk to their lives and health, and fans know what they are watching. But the pressure groups are trying to change that, and the result is bad press for the NFL as a corporate product, and as we all know by now, the attacks against America have been to erode away the values of our corporations, especially in our entertainment culture. 

The result was sickening. I’ve been a first responder for the last three decades and have seen more than a fair share of terrible things happening to people, just as scary as Damar Hamlin experienced. The NFL has thousands of employees who are on a very public stage all the time. Statistically, there will always be strange things that happen, such as 24-year-old kids who have heart attacks that shouldn’t happen to anybody under 50. We will likely learn that the Covid shot the NFL forced on many of the young players has increased their risk of these kinds of things, and for liability reasons, the NFL is very sensitive to their blame for harming the health of so many young people. So they overplayed their hand. Then again, the pressure to force players to take the Covid shot came from the same radical, anti-American elements who were behind the government push and were behind pushing for players not to stand for the National Anthem. Watching the players stand around Damar Hamlin was embarrassing; these were young people raised in a coddled society by all these woke public school elements who were visibly shaken by the experience. And they shouldn’t have been. Bad things happen, and part of the game of football is managing bad things to a successful conclusion, whether inclement weather, physical injury or the pressure of rivalries. To see all these big, tough, young people crying on the field over a heart attack victim was very embarrassing, then to hear the media report that condition as a value. The players should be stoically valiant and supportive of each other through strength. Instead, weakness, sadness, and even panic were featured in the news coverage and looked bad to an equally sensitive audience. Because of the pressure groups, the NFL had to send the world a message that their individual players were bigger than the game, and they put safety and security as the number one priority, so they called off the game.

Even worse, we are dealing with entertainment unions here, and you know what I say about those, which is true. All labor unions are communist organizations, as envisioned by Karl Marx. They are anti-American in their design and are meant to threaten work stoppages to leverage shared protections for workers, which they exploit as ground troops in a different kind of war, in this case, against capitalism and the economy of America. And the labor union has its members always poised against management, and the concussion protocols have forced the NFL to really soften the game to satisfy these radical leftist elements. On camera, we have seen violent conditions before, especially compound fractures. I remember a Super Bowl in which the Bengals were in, where a grotesque injury occurred. The Super Bowl didn’t stop playing. They carted the guy off the field and resumed play as they should have. But over the years, the players union has softened up its members to align with the big leftist radicals in the media who are fully intent on changing the way Americans value things; it’s just another approach to the ESG madness. And for the first time that I can remember, especially regarding such a big game, the NFL caved to those radical elements and called off a game, which set a dangerous precedent. American football is not like the European soccer game; part of the appeal is toughness and fighting through adversity, even fear. And those are the very elements that are attacking the NFL product, through the players union, through liberal media, through regulations that force mandated vaccines that feature safety and security over victory and accomplishment. And for that reason alone, the NFL should have never called off that football game. Because the battle is bigger than the people involved, and when injuries happen, take care of those people the best you can. But the show, as is a motto in America on many fronts, must go on, always.

Rich Hoffman

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What Happened to Feminism: Now its transexual issues that show the real goals were the destruction of the American family

Wait, what happened to feminism, you know, all that crap about “bringing home the bacon, frying it up in a pan, and never forgetting about the romance of your man” that suckered millions and millions of gullible women into following some political disorder to their dooms? Because those same people who pushed feminism are the same losers who are now telling us that we can’t even designate what a woman is, that a man can compete in women’s sports, that we are bigots if we don’t want to date some dude dressed up in a skirt and lipstick, and that we have to change laws to accommodate such insanity such as the difference between a boys and girls bathroom. Did you see what they did there? And I have been warning about it for more than three decades. The feminist movement, as it was introduced at the end of the Gilded Age, ahead of the 1900s, was always a sucker ploy to destroy the concept of the American family; it was never about “women’s rights.” It was a wholesale attack on the creation of the family, taking moms out of the house, putting them in the workplace to serve corporate needs for labor, and ultimately destroying the family’s role in political society. It was a scam, and most people fell for it; now we see the aftermath. The insanity that is going on now, especially regarding the transexual movement, that was introduced to millions more misguided youth with the Rocky Horror Picture Show that was ritualistically shown on most college campuses where liberal professors were reprogramming the youth toward liberalism and introducing them to bizarre acts of sex at an impressionable young age, aimed at destroying their minds before they ever created a family.   Come on, admit it, the whole topic of feminism was a sucker job, and most everyone you know fell for it, and now they are trying to pick up the pieces of their lives, wondering what to do. 

And it wasn’t that long ago either, just a few years, even lasting until the end of the first Trump presidency. Women’s issues were what drove politics. Did they get equal pay to the men, and were they equally represented in government bodies? Remember Hillary and her “glass ceiling,” and as a liberal, I believe she believed it. And like some buffalo being pushed over a cliff in a stampede by hard-driving Indians looking for an easy slaughter of the herd, women followed the buffalo in front of them right over a cliff to their destruction, believing that the values given to them politically, through corporate culture, were the right ones, and not some malicious cult-driven attack on the very foundations of human life instigated by sheer demons from Hell itself. It was never about glass ceilings and fairness. It was about destruction and using the mask of fairness to separate family support from each other and to get at the children while the parents were too busy divorcing and having affairs. The promise that the public schools would take care of their children while the adults pinballed through life aimlessly pursuing corporate objectives and political destruction, all so that Aunt May wouldn’t call women names at Christmas dinner for not freeing themselves from the clutches of those evil men whom they shared a bed with. And now, to watch those same mindless activists for feminism defend transsexual issues is comedic if it wasn’t so serious and insane. Yet there it is, and within a few short years of Trump leaving office, the dial of social change has been turned up by those who always have their hands on such things, the billionaires who are members of the World Economic Forum who are always tampering with the human race through cultural collections, such as politics, entertainment, and the legal world flowing out of the Bar Association, once the criteria for insanity was set, people followed because they blindly trusted such “experts” without validating where those ideas came from. They just followed to their own destruction.

For over three decades, my wife and I have heard every kind of ridicule a person could listen to on this feminist issue. I’ve always thought it was stupid, and I told people that. I married young on purpose to a woman who wanted a traditional marriage and lifestyle. And we’ve been married for over 30 years and could write many books on how to have a happy marriage. But the short story on the matter is not to listen to political liberals, especially feminists. The whole game was meant to destroy the family, and my wife and I could tell stories about this topic for years without pausing the dialogue. We experienced the worst that humans can do to each other just over our decision to marry, stay married, and to have traditional roles in our marriage. She takes care of the domestic front; I take care of the stuff beyond the driveway. I don’t cook, ever, anything. I don’t even microwave my own popcorn. She does, and she brings it to my reading chair to me politely and is dedicated to preserving her husband in a very Biblical manner. And I take care of the world and all its vast evils, and I hand her all the various fruits of those efforts direction to distribute toward the family needs. The purpose of our marriage, which people still marvel at coming from the 80s as we did, was to fight this corrosive political order of liberalism meant to destroy the family. We had a front-row seat to that destruction, and family members were trying to push us into that life, which we both wanted no part of. So we got married, started our own thing, and have fought through it ever since. And we’re glad we did, and we love where we are now because of it. Liberalism was a lie; feminism was a scam. After years of arguing that fact with people, we are enjoying seeing everyone react to this transexual movement out of desperation now because the absurdities that were always there are now raw and out in the open and a lot of people have egg on their face.

I think it was because of Trump that all this is happening so fast now. I went with friends to a Rocky Horror Picture Show at Miami University to see what all the fuss was about in the 80s, the midnight show where everyone threw their garbage all over the theater. I knew then that I was seeing an occult evil that had manifested in a political movement by a few strange progressives who influenced politics and entertainment through the mechanisms of finance. There was a plan back then, more than three decades ago. That plan was meant to take a century or so to implement, to change the behavior of the human race into something else, something certainly pagan, anti-God, anti-family, and ultimately to fulfill the goals of climate change activists today, to depopulate the earth to save it from those pesky humans. And if men and women were too busy earning money for the corporate culture they controlled through policy and regulations, and the children were vulnerable to the babysitting service of public education, they might just be able to stop the progress of human beings and save the earth from its growth. But when we elected Trump, we scared them, so they have accelerated their plans which has revealed their absurdities now at a pace much faster than people are willing to put up with, and we see the train wreck that is our modern society. It was never about equality for women; it was to remove them as the strong family center so that families could be eradicated. That was all feminism ever was politically. And the proof is in how quickly they abandoned it in favor of transsexual issues and moved quickly to cram it down our throats as they did feminism, for all the same destructive reasons. 

Rich Hoffman

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Illegal Immigration is Election Fraud: Why Democrats want to get rid of the electrical college

There has been a push from Democrats now that they’ve seen the election results from 2022 to recognize more in presidential elections the popular vote. As has been the issue for many presidential cycles, the popular vote has gone to Democrats. In contrast, the electoral vote has gone to Republicans, revealing something of a long-established plan. And now that they are in trouble in more ways than one, they are trying to cash in on it while they still can. And this is yet another reason illegal immigration should be viewed as another form of election fraud because that’s ultimately what it is. In states like California and New York, where voting rules are very loose, they have it so illegal immigrants can vote. The Democrats believe that illegal immigrants will vote for the political party that doesn’t plan to export them once here. Hence, the entire mechanism is another form of election fraud that intends to commit the crime from the outset but is disguised as “compassion.” And that is precisely how California and other progressive states have managed to get more voters for their causes by allowing voters without voter ID and other controls to stuff ballots toward Democrats, especially in presidential elections. Then, of course, they expect people to accept those ridiculously high voter totals because they have been counting people illegally in America who never had a right to vote and to accept those results as reality. 

Of course, if such a method of election fraud is part of the plan of Democrats, they’ll want to use them to stay in power. And now that their other forms of election fraud, such as ballot stuffing through Covid rules, and early voting tampering, are now more exposed than they have been in past elections, the writing is on the wall for Democrats. Future elections will be harder to steal the way they have been doing, and they’ll need some method of safety to keep the results tilted in their favor. Their best investment is the method they have committed to, election fraud through illegal immigration, and to hope that if they could lobby to get rid of the electoral college, then progressive states could then rob conservative states of their impact in federal elections, which is why they are putting more of an emphasis on the popular vote and rejecting the electoral college. However, the electoral college was created to frustrate just these very kinds of efforts. The vote counts of California and New York have become a joke that Republicans automatically write off as a presidential possibility because of their specific recruiting of illegal immigrants to boost Democrats for voter turnout. Because of the electoral college, Republicans have been too quick to concede the problem and, to avoid conflict, have simply not argued the fact. This isn’t how we should deal with an election fraud issue, but because of the electoral college, Republicans figure they can win without arguing about it. But as a last resort after so much investment, Democrats can see that it will get a lot harder in future elections if they don’t start counting the popular vote with more seriousness.

It continues to be a running joke that Joe Biden beat President Trump in an obviously rigged the election in 2020. Nobody believes that Joe Biden had over 80 million voters and won the popular votes as he had run his entire campaign in his basement, much the way Katie Hobbs in Arizona had. They knew at the time their messaging was bad, and Americans didn’t like them, but they controlled the cheating mechanisms and believed that society was at a lazy place where nobody would want to question the results of whatever election occurred. So now we see this new kind of arrogance from politicians and their campaigns that know they have advanced cheating mechanisms in place and don’t have to campaign traditionally to earn votes because they can manufacture them on the spot at will. That lack of respect for the voting process is new, and it started to show itself with the Biden election. So confident were they in their election cheating methods that they no longer felt they needed to earn votes to win. Just as they have done with illegal immigrants, allow them into the country and paint Republicans as the big meanies who want to deport them. Let those people vote in their own self-interest to stay in the country with illegally cast ballots. But for that to work as effectively as they planned, Democrats have to get rid of the electoral college, and once they do that, states like California could steal elections away from states like Ohio. Or Florida, which manages its elections very effectively, would be washed away by progressive states like New York. The point Democrats have in getting rid of the electoral college is that they can get rid of voting accountability, thus opening up the possibilities for cheating even more in the process. 

What does that tell you about Democrats? To build an entire political party on election fraud is precisely what they have done, and to hide that fact, they need to convince society to measure elections by popular vote, as a democracy rather than the republic that it is, and to empower states to represent themselves individually, instead of a collective mass. It is far easier to focus illegal efforts of voting in a few states than to run an election fraud scam in 50 states. There are far more opportunities to get caught. As is increasingly part of the Democrat plan, because they do not have the heart of Americans, and they know it, they have lost the union vote to Trump, they have lost the women, and they are losing the minorities. They need illegal immigrants who don’t yet know how destructive Democrats are to vote for them illegally, and that will only work in states that do not require voter ID. That will then frustrate efforts in states with good election laws from being adequately represented in elections because their vote counts would mean less if widespread vote totals were utilized rather than the quality of the vote. This pattern persists at all election levels; Democrats don’t want a voting day; they want a voting quarter because Democrat voters tend to be lazy and have serious engagement problems. So they need a month to vote. And they can’t even be trusted to show up to vote, so Democrat votes have to be taken from their voters’ homes. Then to deal with all those problems, Democrats need fresh meat who do not yet know what scam artists they are as a political party, so they need illegal immigrants. This is why we have so many millions of new immigrants crossed into America illegally by Democrat policies to hide their real intentions of election fraud. Anybody supporting illegal immigration is also someone who is supporting the Democrat playbook to commit election fraud because that is really the only purpose for it. The intent to commit a crime is to stay in power as the voting base has rejected Democrat ideas. And it is for that reason that suddenly there is a push to get rid of the electoral college because only by making a push for a popular vote count can so many illegal votes be counted and used to hold power for Democrats.

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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