Hollywood Controls the Future: Predictive Programming, Mind Control, and Notorious Events in US History

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From attendance taking mechanisms in educational institutions to registrations within private and government bodies, the biometric system is today spread wide across the entire global. This system, despite being highly advanced- and according to critics a sheer breach into the personal space and privacy- has been very easily incorporated into the daily life of average Americans. The high levels of technological sophistication required to perfect the biometric system can be credited to years of research within scientific advancements. However, the time, resources, and efforts required to garner easy acceptance for this system into the human society hail back to many, many decades. If we are completely okay today with scanning our fingers to transport ourselves from one mere room to another, then the upcoming wave of intravenously microchipping employees too seems nothing more than just another corporate norm. This quick acceptance of new laws, norms, and even horrifying incidents, is what is called Predictive programming.

Term coined by Researcher Alan Watt, Watt defines predictive programming as, ‘a subtle form of psychological conditioning provided by the media to acquaint the public with planned societal changes to be implemented by our leaders. If and when these changes are put through, the public will already be familiarized with them and will accept them as natural progressions, thus lessening possible public resistance and commotion.” From terrorist attacks to presidential assassinations, to new technologies and important political events, predictive programming has been utilized in a number of ways by the government, media, and ultimately, unknown Higher Powers.

Controlling minds and preconditioning ordinary American folks through subtle expertize since their childhood, the media and the state set the ball rolling right when we are in our early developmental phase of life. The most popular example of predictive programming and its complex integration into the everyday life is that of 9/11 foreshadowing in cartoons, films, advertisements, and television series. Dating back to as early as 1948, with the animated series ‘Porky the Pig’ first mentioning ‘falling towers’ [1], the efforts dedicated to subconsciously readying American minds for an attack on the World Trade Centre have been thorough and extensive.

The resources allocated to this level of expert subconscious programming is evocative of the mightiness and high influence of the powers behind this entire super-structure. It is hard to believe that a structure so intricate can be laid out by solely human political actors; there are definitely other entities slithering in the backgrounds, master minding all the events that are now slowly unfolding!

On state interventions into the private lives of American citizens, Hollywood has played a major role in normalizing biometric verification systems, microchipping, face recognition technologies, and scanning systems. Science Fiction is quite a convenient genre for introducing the most wildest of ideas and concepts because when one combines fiction and science, the human imagination truly knows no bounds. This movie genre- surprise, surprise -also happens to be the one producing the highest numbers of films per year. Under the guise of creative freedom, Hollywood directors have for years been preconditioning our brains to slowly accept the most bizarre and horrifying invasions of our privacy. By bringing to the screens hyper-futuristic looking film plots and presenting technologies such as chip implants as being so far into the future that humanity will probably never be able to reach there, we today are completely brainwashed and readily accepting microchips surgically implanted into our palms!

The American youth belonging to the current generation are the largest consumers of mainstream media. This realization brings with itself immense fear because the concepts that are being slowly eased into their sub-consciousness are far more complex, high-tech, and powerful than those the previous generations were subjugated to. The groups in charge of the havoc slowly approaching the American society are absolutely relentless in their efforts and are willing to go to any extents to ensure flawless executions of their plans. If films like The Hunger Games and dystopian novels like 1984 truly are a part of predictive programming to prepare our minds for a global totalitarian regime, then now is the time to display complete and constant vigilance and uncover the real faces of those spearheading these otherworldly schemes


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Scientific Research on the Planet Nine Hypothesis

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This is part 2 of our blog on Planet X or Planet 9 (Nine) or Nibiru.

In the first part, we ended the blog on the thought that people associating Nibiru cataclysm with Mayan 2012 phenomenon were wrong but is NASA right to completely reject the other point of views.

What we understood based off our internet research, one of the scientists countered the idea of a rouge planet by suggesting that if this Planet X had come through the solar system in the past and that if it’s on an orbit of 3600 years, this planet would have definitely affected the orbits of the inner planets anywhere form Mercury to Neptune and possibly affecting the satellites like moons and other bodies that scientists have ascertained to exist currently.

We raised the question previously – Can it be that some parts of those theories may hold true? Is it possible that differing voices (against mainstream media and governments) know that something like Planet X exists and is real, but may not have entirely decoded the facts of this mysterious planet?

According to the researchers (Batygin and Brown) at Caltech who have been working on the Planet Nine hypothesis for last few years, first presented the idea in 2016 that a substantial planet may exist in our solar system beyond Neptune in Kuiper Belt.

(Kuiper Belt is the region ‘extending from the orbit of Neptune to approximately 50 AU from the Sun’)

Evidence of a Ninth Planet – Caltech 2016 report

In 2016, their research did not agree with the theory regarding orbit of 3600 years. Back then they believed that the orbit may be 20 times bigger than that of Neptune, which means that it could take anywhere between 10,000 to 20,000 years for this planet to orbit the sun. [1]

You can find their 2016 paper titled ‘Evidence for a Distant Giant Planet in the Solar System’ which includes a lot of cool scientific details at the following address: ->

These scientists are not the only ones on this quest for truth. Astronomers Chad Trujillo and Scott Sheppard first proposed this idea based on their research a few years back about ‘the existence of a large “perturber” far beyond Neptune.’ [2] Both these research is focusing on a lot of weird and unexplainable things happening in the outer solar system in the Kuiper Belt and these scientists, believe that there is no other plausible way to explain these phenomena other than a giant planet, five to ten times larger than the Earth.

In 2019, Batygin and Brown along with a few more scientists, published another scientific paper at Caltech titled ‘The planet nine hypothesis’ [3] in which their colleague Fred Adams from University of Michigan emphasized that there are ‘multiple reasons to believe that Planet 9 is real, not just one.’

Ancient World

Magic and Gender Roles in Ancient World

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For most of us, when we hear the word ‘magic’ we think of sparkling wands and rabbits coming out of hats. In reality, however, these are mere tricks used to entertain people. Magic is not something that people practice to entertain nor is it a stunt that the public would laugh at or enjoy.

The word ‘magique’ crept into English dictionary from French in the late 1300s. Majority of the definitions of this practice revolve around a single notion that it uses natural forces that are hidden otherwise.

Dark magic was practiced even in the ancient times but truth and lies are often mingled when it comes to history. It is difficult to unravel the complete truth since so much time has passed and the intentional secrecy around some facts makes it even tougher.

Historians from the 19th and 20th century were glorifying the Greeks and Romans so much that they deliberately kept their ugly truths very low-key. Anything contrasting their idealized view of these two civilizations was very efficiently brushed under the carpet.

One of the practices by Romans and Greeks that were intentionally never openly talked about was magic. The practice was widespread in the ancient Mediterranean but it was smartly skipped out. Today, however despite the forced discreetness, it is a legitimate area of study. The study of ancient magic practice reveals deep and dark secrets related to culture and social practices woven into ancient belief systems.

Magic was treated exactly in the same way as it is today; it was banned, punished, and was considered a taboo, even in ancient times, but it thrived no matter what! Historic findings show that the government or authorities ignored the power it held back then (despite condemning it).


Role of Women


Since women were destined to have a passive role in these ancient civilizations; there is far fewer evidence of them actively pursuing enchantments. Lack of evidence for women brought men into the limelight and it became one of the major reasons that magic has been hushed out by historians.

Roman and Greek men are glorified so much for their athletics and power games that there was no way for historians to think of them succumbing to magic. Men from both civilizations were depicted as warriors and knights in shiny armors which took away the realness from them to some extent.


Prevalence of Violence


Another noticeable thing in these spells is the language used. The spells are brutal and vehement and lack any sense of remorse. In the modern world, the words used are nightmarish, for instance, the spell inscribed on the tablet found with Louvre-doll.

It reads:

“Lead Ptolemais, whom Aias bore, the daughter of Horigenes, to me. Prevent her from eating and drinking until she comes to me, Sarapammon, whom Area bore, and do not allow her to have experience with another man, except me alone. Drag her by her hair, by her guts, until she does not stand aloof from me … and until I hold her obedient for the whole time of my life, loving me, desiring me, and telling me what she is thinking.”

There is hardly an indication of any emotion which can be related to love in such spells. These spells sound like seeking control and domination rather than asking for love. This points out towards the sexuality and gender roles in ancient times.
Since the subjects are mostly females hence, no repentance showed. It clearly is evident that men seeking women to show power and strength. It also shows that females were considered as the objects or possessions and were tried to be persuaded without consent (a tradition that never died).




The spells which involve doll-making were also popular. These dolls depicted the object of desire which in most of the cases were women (being treated as objects since centuries) who might be unaware or resistant to their admirers. Literature has been found which have instructions on how to make enchanted dolls, what should be said over it, and where and how it should be deposited.

It is a form of sympathetic magic which is an enchantment operating on the lines of ‘like effects like’. When a doll is used in sympathetic magic, spell-caster believes that whatever has been done to the doll physically or psychically, affects the human it is representing in the same way.

The most notorious and well-preserved voodoo doll in antiquity is “Louvre-doll” dating back to 4th century AD. This doll is a female in kneeling position, hand and legs bound, and pierced with thirteen needles. It is made up of unbaked clay and was found in Egypt in a terracotta jar.

This figurine was found, accompanying a spell, inscribed on the lead tablet. The spell refers to a woman named Ptolemais and the one, who cast the spell or paid for it, is referred to as Sarapammon. The spell has been mentioned already and it is enough to get an idea about what value was given to women.

The enchanted text merely shows how badly sarapammon wanted Ptolemais without even considering once about her choices that he was even willing to cause her pain. Like several other discoveries, the ones related to magic also depicts the sad state of women in antiquity.




There are two spells in Greek Magical Papyri which relate to the female same-sex desire. One spell dates back to second century AD called the gods Anubis and Hermes to bind Serapis (name of a woman) to Herais (name of another woman, who cast the spell).

The second spell, dated to third or fourth century AD, is again aggressively stating:

“Burn, set on fire, inflame her soul, heart, liver, spirit with love for Sophia, whom Isara bore, she, surrendered like a slave, giving herself and all her possessions to her, because this is the will and command of the great god.”
The same-sex spells cast a light on the desire among women in antiquity but there is no reference to whether these relationships were disregarded or tolerated?

The chances of it being acceptable are meek and maybe, this is the reason that magical help was taken. However, this is very less proof to know how same-sex relationships were looked at. The chauvinistic approach is loud and clear through whatever remains have been unearthed until now.


Most Common Magic In Past Civilizations


One of the most popular forms of magic were erotic spells. Yes, you read it right! One would think that those power-driven, control freak males would use magical charms to fulfill their hunger to seek greater influence but no! What they used spells for? Erotic love! And to assert their rule over the opposite gender.

There were professional magic practitioners who charged fees for their enchanted services. They used to make magical dolls, which are sometimes referred to as poppets, wrote charms, and even directed curses against love rivals.


Evident Male Dominance


Most evidence shows men as practitioners of magic and clients. Literature also shows that to practice magic one needs to be literate and women were mostly illiterate and didn’t have free access to any formal education. The sources are scarce when it comes to women in magic. Females were not allowed to roam freely or meet a lot of people which further limited their exposure to magic.

It is another example of the rigid system followed in ancient times where male dominance was applauded and females were given the passive role. Apart from the obvious gender roles many aspects of this secret enchantment business remain unearthed to date.


Greek Magical Papyri


There is a lot of archeological evidence available to attest the practice of magic in ancient times. Literature and spellbooks have been found from both Greece and
Rome. The Middle East and Egypt were not far behind, the literature dating back to ancient people from these regions, also proved the practice of magic.

There is even a collection of spells compiled from Graeco-Roman Egypt, known as the Greek Magical Papyri. The sources in this collection date back from the second century BC to fifth century AD. The large portion of this spell collection is dedicated to spells of attraction which are directed at, you guessed it!