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The Mystery Of Houska Castle
"The most famous legend about host castle says it was built over a gateway to hell if that's true. Unfortunately there's no way to prove it. The question of whether a fiery afterlife exists is better left to theologians and philosophers but host gay isn't the only place that allegedly hides a portal to the underworld take for example. The stole cemetery. Otherwise known as america's most evil graveyard. It's a burial plot in remote. Kansas on the surface it's a bleak creepy looking necropolis. But according to legend it's much more just beyond the graveyard an abandoned church looms over the headstones and grassy walkways. Perhaps at one time it was elegant and beautiful but any hints of its old majesty have long since faded away by the nineteen nineties all that remained or a few crumbling brick walls without a roof. The church is significant because it supposedly sits atop a gateway to hell local legends says that in eighteen fifty lucifer himself emerged from the underworld afterward. Rumors suggested satan would rise in the graveyard twice a year. Once at midnight on the spring equinox and again on halloween and for decades locals apparently gathered for parties to watch the devils entrance only to be disappointed year after year when he never showed but while there may not be any satanic sightings inexplicable events have happened around stole cemetery in. It's church for example even though it doesn't have a roof the house of worship is said to always stay dry. Even when it rains people have reported seeing floating lights shadowy figures that vanish into nothing in rings of flame that appear out of nowhere these fires hovering the air. Even though there's no visible fuel source to keep them let you may be tempted to visit stole and see these phenomena for yourself if so you're out of luck rowdy. Crowds in supernatural enthusiasts. Repeatedly caused property damage forcing the owners to close the cemetery to the public in two thousand and two. The property managers demolished the church. It wasn't structurally sound and as far as we can tell. This destruction didn't unleash any demons upon the world which suggests the stories were just add stories but stole cemetery isn't the only alleged portal to the underworld in sunny southern california the la suburb of pasadena secret that surprisingly dark. The aptly named devil's gate dam was constructed in nineteen twenty two control flood waters coming down from the san gabriel mountains. The structure was named after a nearby odd-looking rock formation that vaguely resembles a horned devil face but before the dam was even built dark myths and legends suggested this stony shapes weren't the only demonic influence in the region in the nineteen forties. A man named jack. Parsons became convinced. That the devil's gate dam held other worldly power today. Corson's is famous for being one of the founders of the jet propulsion laboratory but he was also an occultist who belonged to alastair crawley's mystical secret society or does temporally orientalists. If you're interested we've covered croly and order tempe oriented extensively in our show secret societies but for our purposes. Here all you need to know is crowley was an extremely controversial occultist and magician once labelled the wickedest man in the world and he allegedly referred to the devil's gate dam as one of the seven gates of hell giving cronies association with the area. It comes as no surprise that parsons is said to have performed magic rituals at the devil's gate but some believe persons may have opened a portal to another dimension or to the afterlife itself. This sounds difficult to believe. But there's evidence to suggest that something strange was happening in around the dam in nineteen fifty-six a thirteen year old boy and an year old girl both went missing while biking through the area.
"jack parsons" Discussed on 600 WREC
"8777331011. In 1946 Jack Parsons, with Jet Propulsion Laboratory, named after an L. Ron Hubbard helped to bring a major shift in human consciousness with their magical form of quantum tunneling. But they called the Babylon working and it's actually there was a television series remember, called Strange Angel Strained Angel that was produced by CBS. But of course, it was a watered down version of what Jack Parsons was about Parsons and Hubbard. I wanted to do this battle on working ritual against the wishes of Alastair Crowley. So they journeyed into the desert to invoke the spirit of Babylon and threw a sex ritual. Want to invest the spirit of a guess You're corrupt, being in and out of a human And this, in theory was the ritual to create the moon child from the Scarlet Woman of Babylon, The anti Christ. It's believe these two merely ripped open a portal and did not close it. It was an act to bring about the apocalypse now. Course, this story sounds like an outrageous science fiction story. And while you may not believe in such things you need to remember that there are those who believe in the ritual. The process and the compliance is such things and there are those in the highest places of power. Who puts stock in the idea that ritual magic Could be used as a means of warfare and that through it, they can open portals and allowed dark forces of the underworld to come in and destroy their enemies. The 19 forties are on Hubbard and Jack Parsons believed and knew full well. The consequences of their actions. Circumstances dictate that what they did allowed for the arrival of the watchers or even perhaps the Lords of the fortresses. Those who are the demons if you will, the ritual performed correctly or if it was performed correctly opened up a doorway and allow the spirit of Babylon Andra woman during sexual intercourse, and the spirit would be that of a demon incarnate. Parsons believe. While the vortexes Stargate was open, he could call down a spiritual entity and directed into a human womb. Chris Everard, Ground zero tonight to talk about the I guess you could call it the progression of the darkest of magic, The darkest of divination necromancy and all that that we talk about around this time of the year is ever hard. Welcome back to ground zero. Glad to have you on Now we were talking about jumbo, which is that huge canister that was near the atomic bomb. And I waas a TTE. One time I did a presentation at a UFO conference where I was talking about the idea of breaking open the jar that held the um uncle. The apart started the homunculus and and that that was what they were doing. They actually had ah, baby or an unborn fetus or something in that jar and they were doing an experiment is that What? I Ah, I write about that, or am I wrong about? Well, I don't want to terrify your audience terrifying me all night, Chris. So go right ahead. Come on. There are thousands literally thousands of these human kill a ce misfit beings being created by various covens around the planet a long time. They don't live very long, and they are usually ritually murdered. And it's really a terrible, terrible thing. They don't actually need I fully sort of functioning human Oculus. Ah, lot of these covens, actually you say, for example, the heart Of a newborn baby that is no substitute for human human colas. We've had scandal off the scandal after scandal in Britain, for example. We had a situation where a hospital a natural hospital run by the British government, a doctor was keeping in a kind of cellar. 1400 babies in jars. And they were eventually found by accident. Most of the babies had just been left Tio rot. This is in the British hospital, and this was about Ah, 11 12 years ago. A natural fact It was part ofthe a nationwide scandal where babies and hearts of babies and organs from babies Were kept in these jars in weird sellers is never, ever being properly explained, of course, because the people doing this were all part of a coven. There was no prosecutions whatsoever, and the doctor just went on his merry old way, and he's still a doctor to this day. I get it. I heard some story too. About how I can't remember. There was. Ah guess something that was intercepted in Russia. It was on its way. United States It was a blue barrel. That was intercepted, and it was full of babies, dead babies, and there you go. I mean, we we've had the Hempstead Colts just recently where the Children admitted. Or, you know, confess to the police, and this is all on official UK police videotapes that babies were being delivered. To the coven school where they were holding these rituals, and they were delivered by FedEx and they were delivered by, you know. CNT would just turn up with the door and there'd be a cardboard box with a baby. Some of these babies were were drugged and then put in into these packages, so they weren't even dead. And the's Children made these very complex statements. I mean, far more complex than the kid just making up a story that had a huge amount of detail. Well, what the media did is that they suppressed because a ll covens are protected. Okay. I just want to say that Joe Biden's political mentor, was the father off the house on Capitol Hill. He was the longest running longest serving Senator in the house. His name was Robert C. Byrd. He played the fiddle on the Grand Old Opry during the day, but at night he was running a satanic coven. He'd also Recruited 150 people to the Ku Klux Klan that once you recruit more than 150, you get the right to run your own branch of the Ku Klux Klan. Which is anyone he did that is called a Clavin. It's a play on words, you see, because that's very similar to Coven and Robert C. Byrd was not only a member of the Ku Klux Klan. He was also a member of from this Satanic group. And Joe Biden read a eulogy at his memorial. Oh, and he was good friends with the Clintons to as faras. I don't know. And Hillary Clinton and this is absolutely you know, you can look up full of this stuff. I am not a conspiracy of used No. Hillary Clinton also admitted that she was part of a covenant one time I can remember the name of the coven..
"jack parsons" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And we are back with filmmakers Justin and Westfall higher entities the lost tapes is the documentary let me just do a quick summary here so in the the early nineteen forties Jack Parsons of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory performs this ritual the Babylon working ritual he he opens up this portal in two dimensional portal because he's a devoted a of of Alastair Crawley and he thereby allows these inter dimensional entities into our world shortly there after we have the modern day UFO phenomenon we have Roswell in forty seven we have the Kenneth Arnold sightings we have the flyover Washington in fifty three and then there is some sort of a an exchange an agreement made between president Eisenhower and the Nordics and the greys we get to a certain amount of technology and the these inter dimensional is basically get left alone to do whatever they it is that they wish to do including alien abductions and so forth and then we have this epic FBI documents sixty seven fifty one that was unearthed from the FBI falls by Chad Riley which basically states that the FBI knows the government knows that these are not extraterrestrials they are intricate mentions so west or or just and whatever happened to to Jack Parsons I mean was any consideration ever given to to closing to closing this service portal well unfortunately home self up Jack Parsons blew himself up at the level was in an accident was on purpose yeah it was an accident nineteen fifty two rolls around and better practice is nineteen fifty two at he he's in his own lab and there's an accident any bows and self up now in this and that practices that he was involved in there was a belief that whoever opens the portal in here the same one that had to close the portal and he unfortunately blew himself up by accident before you had a chance to try to close the portal not saying that he would have tried to close it but that's the story he died you were there whether any whether others that we're trying to do to close it did anyone step up from the columns elite and attempt to close it we don't have any evidence of that by any means the matter fact is when the call and we began to make their rounds they found out that there were how can I say this we need to give us an absolutely crazy but they call the league began to recognize people in the government in their own organizations that were engaging in satanic rituals they were engaging in these things and very much like what Jack Parsons was doing and it's very likely that they begin to study the read the writings in the works of Parsons and Hubbard in Crowley because they began to take part in their own type of satanic rituals in order to make communication with higher entities themselves now we we need to move into that I I think people are gonna want to know more about that and then what was going on with the government and then what they were doing specifically with some of these ideas and how they were making contact but it's important to note that this is this is not just one time isolated event we have we really wanted to reach out and and get as many connections with as many people as we could to validate the fact that there are still today various government programs working in the deep underground military bases with entities that was one of the things we really want to look into with this project not just the calling to lead but what what we would call other groups that are similar to the council the because it's interesting that when a group of of you know government agents begins to embark on satanic rituals for their you know for their gain that there's going to be some people that are not going to go along with it and so that's kind of what we've been finding out west wanted to briefly head on Tom warned another guy we interviewed whose brother in law worked at dole said I'm sorry your brother in law works for Los Alamos yeah do we we definitely we definitely need to bring everything currents on our policy coming close to the end but I just want to throw some I want to validate a little bit of of what we've been talking about because it sounds pretty fantastic if you sit back and listen to this I mean it's it's sounds really really wild but when we were interviewing Tom ward he will because after that I cannot and it's it's a great it's a phenomenal book I recommend that you know the your listeners check that out but when he was doing that he also worked in the call and will lead to see you know what he could find out about it and in his research he reached out to Nick pope this is the former director for the UFO studies group for the military defense of Britain and Nick cautioned against discrediting this information about the Congolese and he also went further to say that he knew of similar groups in Britain we believe that to put that off and on and on it in fact the monic he said that Israel and that its demonic in nature and then another one Tom contacted it was Gregory rich for this is an advanced flight specialist for ball aerospace so it's a massive contract with US government he also cautions cautioned against disbelief and the council we type groups and many went further to issue a dollar warning to be careful in investigating this topic is just was mentioned people been killed for much less right well there is a scene in the documentary were Tom Warren who's a frequent guest on coast to coast and I've I've spoken to many times myself where he cautioned both of you of the pushing too far in this story because you know he was trying on it was trying to get to the bottom this himself and and he kept hitting most of people that were just like yeah you know this is a very touchy subject it's it's it's hard to get down to the bottom two and you could open up the door and and and talk to somebody who is is on the other side of the coin in contrary to the Congolese and that's not who you really want to get a lot it hit pretty close to home for Tom tell me about his brother in law yeah so it's his sister vita and here post office you had some different experiences when she was younger where some grace came in and and basically holder down there were some sleep paralysis situation very similar to what you hear and and different stories of people that are you know that they're outspoken about their experiences and some years later she gets married and the guys they he was a physicist and some don't some sort and they moved they moved to Los Alamos and they're sitting there in the talking and he said they're just not having a couple drinks or something and she started to share her experiences with that with them and I believe his name was Joe cryo and and so Joe and turn says that yeah I know exactly what you're talking about a very familiar with us and he went even further to say that you know he's actually working on alien tak reverse engineering alien tack did which you know kind of goes along with the scenarios that she was describing so forty eight hours later Joe disappears never to be seen again and there's and invited us don't just losing that she's like you know what I do is my husband and search results Los Alamos Los Alamos doesn't give her any kind of any anything good you know to say they just they didn't have the information for and after after a little while she's she's wondering where her husband is she reaches out to the social security office because you've seeming that the worst has happened to him and the social security office says you know you you need to have the death certificate and and the evidence that your husband has passed in order for us to give you these benefits and she couldn't get that promotes Alamos's used you know long story short back and forth between the two of them well officially once almost gets in touch with her and says that your husband was actually killed in a tragic accident and we can't give you the details and the body can't be presented and then a few weeks after that she gets a call from the social security department the teller that she's good to go no need for the documentation your your solid benefits or you know all their hands away they were afraid that she was gonna speak the speak out absolutely she she started rattling the cage you know yeah the way this all works all federal compartmentalized and she began to rattle the cage higher and higher and higher now she actually had a job in the government as well if I remember correctly and.
"jack parsons" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Interesting that after we detonated, the atomic bomb, which basically created a whirlwind of fire into the sky that something strange started happening. I wave of UFO sightings began after the atomic bomb happened. I the Pacific northwest the first case. Does the Mariana fair Puget Sound Washington and the summer of nineteen forty seven man named Harold doll was out on his boat with his son? Christopher their dog into workers herald collected logs flooding, the sound lumber mills, according to dollar June twenty-first at two o'clock in the afternoon. Six identified flying objects appear to the sky of his boat. What are the saucers that exploded a medal substance started writing down for the sky? Then came another report. This report was filed by Kenneth Arnold who has called the coming, investigate the Mari island affair while flying his small plane over Washington state, Arnold cited nine flying boomerangs over mount rainier, though, Arnold said he initially thought the way you'd see, we're tests flexibility aircraft military later said, they've cut conducting note says flights during the time of the incident. Now a prospector on mount Adams saw the objects at around the same time as Arnold did bolstering, the story that would ask by the press. What was Kenneth Ronald Arnold reply that he saw some boomerangs flying saucers skipping across the water and the media. Oh, flying saucers. And that's how flying saucers began after that we just heard nothing but flying saucer this in the nineteen fifties now significantly nineteen forty seven there was a report. What was now called the crash, Susser, Roswell, New Mexico and not only as Roswell near the first nuclear test site at trinity. But also sits on the thirty third parallel, and this is where we begin speaking of the atomic alien theory, and whether or not the atomic tests, recruited opening up to aliens and synthetic intelligence that would Oppenheimer's bomb in New Mexico and Rico fair may the guy who came up with the, the ferry paradox, he offered wages on, whether or not the Bob, but ignite the atmosphere and caused a chain r-. Reaction if so, whether would merely destroyed Mexico, destroy the world or even a huge world. Wind of fire into the sky, creating turbulence, and maybe taking out other planets. That's how much he thought would happen suggested that there are billions of stars in the galaxy similar to the side. And this is why there has to be life out space, Fermi theorized that an explosion of great magnitude what signal possible alien races, and that they would very well visit this planet, at least to make some notes of the area where the bombings took place. So is it interesting how the bombs went off in New Mexico, and where was the first publicize daily crash New Mexico? Thirty third parallel. Where are the aliens crash? They're flying saucer. Thirty third parallel in New Mexico. It's almost as if they knew where this was being because, of course, the big bomb was taken put on the, the gay, where in Roswell New Mexico. So it's almost as if the aliens do with Bob was coming from. They were coming to see where this bomb had taken off and went to they wanted to find out more and what happened is they crashed. Where did the ritual take place with Jack Parsons took place in the desert's of New Mexico? So for some reason, on the thirty third parallel, they thought that this would be a great time to actually do this ritual. And of course, Jack Parsons of the bottle of trinity house, the goal he claimed that it contained a rudimentary life foreign place to sealed container with a variety of ingredients to the scientists who are coblets wanted to animate in the primordial matter by out chemical means. So that's what jumbo bottle was there at the trinity site. So the ritual, which single new age of creation and bring to the world closer to creating artificial life. All sounds unbelievable. But there seems to be some method to all of his alien chemical madness. Parsons, was later killed, and he was trying to make a smaller version of this ritual in his place in his house. Now the explosion destroyed the lower part of his lab Parsons, sustain, of course, fatal wounds but because Parsons was such a brilliant rocket scientist and says he was a founding member of JPL. He was honored with having a crater on the moon named after him, Parsons, is actually an impact traitor, on the far side of the moon now who would be able to even look at this or who would be capable of even appreciating a memorial on the moon. Makes you wonder how who would appreciate a memorial like that. Maybe aliens, maybe someone that he knew that they were trying to. I mean it's like the explosion the bomb makes you wonder if a whirlwind to fire bomb created, or a vortex. Afire could've been big enough to signal aliens corrected theories. With Jack Parsons trying to do an experiment. A similar scale to bring back the aliens kill him. These are some questions. Sure, we'll never go answered. But I mean we've we've seen the effects of shock waves on the I honest fear. They did some studies say during the, the European rates in bombings. There were also signs that it left impression over the areas that, that explosions that small could do bomb would do, so there's been speculation over whether or not the events that happened at Roswell, where purposely carried out by alien beings in order to begin something called the post biological era or the era of artificial intelligence. Remember what Phillip Corso said he said that when the crash at Roswell came together? All of the new technology was found there. All the new technology was sent to Dayton, Ohio, at Wright, Patterson, or it was sent to area, fifty one, and of course, Bob Lazar, who's going to be speaking here had was the man who keyboard, ninety-nine said, well, we're reverse engineering, these aircraft and these aircraft maneuvers where they're actually bending space time and bringing space time to through a warm all. So it's all about the wormhole technology. It's all about the technology and what's interesting, if somebody had brought up here in the audience about the vortex engines, Nazis us for their flying saucers burger was one of the inventors of this. And of course, you look at the Glock, which is the, the, the Nazi glauca, which, of course, is the bell technology that bell technology used it real power, but they also used it in avoid Tech's figured it was dark matter. That was very powerful. It was actually propelling their saucers, whatever they were able to do trips to the moon. They that was the speculation also able to take these flying discs and Artika speculations. What's going on there? So perhaps, we should remember that when Robert Oppenheimer spoke during the atomic tests at trinity. He used the line re said from the Bob gates that he said, I have become death. I have become death the destroyer of worlds and, and if you remember what he said, he said, a few people laughed, a few people cried, most people were silent, and I remember the line for the Hindu scripture, he said, Vishnu trying to persuade the prince that he should do his duty and to impress him takes on these multi armed form says, now I become death to destroy a world now, when do takes that furrow that form, they call they call achieva. They say this is she knew when he takes on Sheva. It's become Sheva. So statue of Sheva can be found on the campus at Sern. Now. We know what they do there. Right. It's a court cannon, they slammed particles together. Particles together. It's the same force that happened during when the big bang, let there be light. What do you think they're doing it? Sern. They're opening up portals are opening up holes, and they're bringing in what Parsons broad, and they're bringing in what Oppenheimer brought in they're bringing what Fermi realized.
"jack parsons" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Zero one one we are here. At the evening, minimums, UFO festival's twentieth anniversary of this. And of course, to commemorate the Trent UFO's side. One of the best UFO sightings in history and tonight to, you know, talking about those stranger moles in space and what it might mean for all of us. And, and talking about certain rituals would open these gates. We talked about John D. We talked about Ed Kelly, and then I brought up the, the Babylon working, which of course, was part of the one of the rituals that were taken from John, Ed Kelly, I performed by Alastair Crowley, and Croly and his followers wanted to usher in a, a morality, so severe that he got thrown out of Italy because of it, but a lot of things he did remiss understood. And a lot of rumors were that he was so abort that Mussalini didn't like him or, you know, a lot of baddies didn't like him. But of Crowly L Ron Hubbard and Jack Parsons attempted to open a portal using what of Crowly spells that was between nineteen forty five nineteen forty six and it was a series of magical ceremonies called the Babylon working. Many people believe that what came through were beings that looked like the alien grays L Ron Hubbard went on to Crete, Scientology course, love people see that as an alien religion religion, the teachers that alien entities responsible for using humans as avatars alien spirits. Get mankind to do things that are bad, Jack Parsons, became the founder of J, P, L and claimed that during the Babylon working, they both he and Hubbard were part of a widened portal. They widen the portal, even further something called Crawley's, alimentary working, and basically, what they call these beings. The came through the wormhole came through the portal are the secret chiefs and what the secret chiefs were were more or less honky lie, and that means that they were like, balding white pale sill flight creatures that came through, and there was also. Jack Parsons, also tried to. Open another portal, and he tried to conjure the lower key of Solomon to usher in the apocalypse. And so what he did a used used explosives because he thought, if I make a mini explosive like explosive we saw trinity, but a mini version of it, I could probably open up a smaller portal and let something come in, because he believed that what blew up at trinity. Timing bomb was big enough to send a signal to the aliens at haywar here. Okay, he believed that the atomic bomb explosion was a bigger bigger, explosion and bigger ritual. And so I mean and it's. It's been proposed many times that when the atomic bomb was detonated at trinity in white sands, New Mexico, that accomplished many things on only did it send the message to our enemies that we have the ultimate weapon, but it cinema to the magicians, who hid behind the science, and it was another working of source that channel the power of the atomic bomb into the universe, and the animated among animated, these beings got their attention, and they came to us. And there are so many that do not know what a hunky was is it looks like an alien alien gray with big is, it's a little creature. It's a creature that is officially made by magician, or an alchemist and in essence, it's just artificial intelligence, but it's done. So with magic and not necessarily in a lab. So I know science has made progress in and out of the last century with some of this synthetic intelligence, but they're numerous ethical issues that were now talking about with regard to creating life in a lab. And for some this is a logical progression of scientific knowledge for others. This is a realm, where we shouldn't be interfering with God or intervene with what God wants, we shouldn't be creating our own human beings or creating our little man, or whatever they call these things, he'll monkey ally. But related to creation of artificial life, genetic engineering, and human cloning. These are becoming everyday things in modern science, and in the past it was the field of alchemy. Vit- did this, it was the medieval scientists, they sought to artificially create life. And one of the beings alchemists reportedly able to create was the hunky, which means little man in Latin, they made the little man. What are we? We're trying to make robots. They're like us, we're trying to make little men. We're trying to make artificial lifeforms. We're trying to make synthetic life through synthetic biology. So the purpose of this among was to be a servant of man, and over time scientists magicians, wanted to bring into the world is perfect servant. Whether it be natural supernatural or unnaturally wanted somebody to do there. Bidding kind, like making a gin okay? Making a gin. Is something that would be magic or sorcery? I mean to the Coppola's you look at what the hell was to them. They called that the Gullam. Yeah..
"jack parsons" Discussed on Hysteria 51
"Yeah. I actually really like it too. It's it's awesome. So that's cool. John any parting gifts are words of encouragement for the the people out there listening. I think that they should go and check out Dan's book, I do too. And you know, what we all need to really make sure that it's a good book. So when you one out really really hope and pray says, thanks, I really hope and pray that it does. Well, so when you orgasm and opens that door, and Dan gets all the chiefs all the Steve you'll orgasm while you read my book. We just spent the last hour talking about sex magic as I make a sex magic jokin jungles. Let did you even pay attention to the orgy? I don't know. I mean you start so many sentences with well when you're masturbating. That's because we know you will your friends and family, John when you're masturbating. Maybe remember. Remember? I'm done with that said I've been Brent I've been John he's been conspiracy. But stay woke meet sex. I'll never get over. That's it for a number of of hysteria. Fifty one Joan brench will be back next week. We've yet more of the unexplained the unexplored and the unheard of. Oh, if it's unheard of what they know about it. Anyway, if you want to suggest Toby give us your thoughts or just Mike fun of conspiracy votes. That's my favorite. Join us in our Facebook discussion group hysteria nation, just log onto Facebook and search hysteria nation, all you can always tweet us at hysteria. Fifty one pot. Then listening to four hundred joint. You know, people say necessity is the mother of invention. But that's not always true. Sometimes the mother of invention is advertising. Yeah. Or pure accident. How about ego maniacal delusion? Absolutely. Or just a desperate longing. To be cool. I'm Robert lamb, and I'm Joe McCormick. We're the host of the science podcasts stuff to blow your mind. And now we're branching off into the exploration of invention. Invention is the story of human history told one piece of technology at a time the things we made and how they made us invention publishes every Monday, listen and subscribe to invention on podcast the iheartradio app or wherever you find your podcasts..
"jack parsons" Discussed on Hysteria 51
"What's that website, John? Let's hysteria fifty one dot com. It's a fun one. Let's skip the voicemails this John. Let's do it. The other way too many reviews. You wanna read have you seen any ones? I haven't we do have new reviews, and we'll do those in an upcoming episode. But I did want to throw a special spotlight on on one of our a lot of times people instead of posting hysteria nation. We'll post a comment or a suggestion. Maybe funny Meam to our actual Facebook page dot com. Stephanie one podcast, and and we just gotta post the other day that I enjoyed so much and it does tie into. It does tie into our our reviews. So I'm gonna read that for you right now, this is from Don low posting to hysteria fifty one podcast and Facebook, I wrote an unfavorable review on itunes, and it never showed up obviously, the five hundred and sixty four five star reviews out of six hundred and thirty five are suspicious, and that is not a conspiracy theory. Buck up little camper technologies. Not for everyone. You know? I mean, I'm sure you you hit enter at the no, here's the thing. They gotta realize and everyone needs to realize this. We have apple in our pocket. No, one fucks with big hysteria. Big hysteria. And they use their real. Let's good for them. They raised a real is it a real account, or is it a burner account that they I was impressed initially because most of the time we get one star reviews on itunes. We've no idea who leaves them than I didn't they they're not identified on. I tunes. They're not using their real name. It's you know, just a screen name. And so it's not that I'm going to call the people up if they leave us a bad review. It's just like, hey, I don't like it respond to say, I'm sorry or something like that. Or how can we get increase or get better? Yeah. We're definitely good. Sam sorry. So so I give her credit for doing this like raising her hand saying, hi, I'm the person. But then I went to the corresponding Facebook page. It's the goes to check Parsons from beyond the grave, obviously, he's angry. You're doing this E knew he was gonna slow slow-burn. I get Facebook page, and there's no photo. There's no posts there's no about anything. Now, you can set things too. You can set things to private. But they're still some like a remnants of information. This is just a burner account is this a burner account. I Don if it's not a burner account. I apologize. And I'd love to have you on the show to understand. No, no, no. I want to understand why she she accused us of getting rid of the one-star reviews. She didn't tell us why. She left us one. Oh, well, if we are we could we could sell that technology. All right. So if you want to leave us a review, you can do that at I tunes or there's a new kind of enjoying them until you this pod chaser. It's kind of interesting I've been using it a little bit. And not only does it have a page for our show. It actually has pages for you. And I the people who create it, and they tax in every show that we've guested on stuff like that. And you couldn't review shows and episodes and people and things like that. So, yeah, I'm gonna get on their interview you. Now, that's chasing baby so much. But it was there. All right. So Dan, Dan, one more time. Your lingerie fantasy where people find that. Find it on Amazon, and then we have accounts Lee Jiri book, Instagram Twitter, Facebook, L, I, N, G E R A book. Sweet sweet. And it's got awesome. Art, actually, really awesome. I saw. Who was a friend of yours did that it's not. It was an artist at was recommended to me through another podcast that I won't pitch on here. Let's go ahead. No. It's the friends of mine. Do the Super Mario brothers super show show where they watch all the episodes of Super Bowl super. That's awesome. An artist name rocky in Agron did the artwork for my book. And I'm really really love it..
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"I know we've talked before you buy into it at all. No. I mean, I do actually like the magic. It's just science. We don't understand that. But I mean, it has it's limits. But I think it does get people who are interested in that stuff to to go after the people who invented the flip phone we're going after the quarter from Star Trek. So I think it doesn't spire people. Right. The Tri quarter try quarter. Thank you you stupid fucking. Geek. Try quarter. You were much. The guy that has an entire room dedicated green lantern just a geek for the record. I only have that. Because the ladies Levin and brings him in for the sex. Magic orgies is not for me. For you, baby. Three glowing lantern. Want to touch my ring baby. So. Here's another question. What could he have accomplished? If he didn't believe in all this coal crap. Like, do you think he could have gone a lot further? Absolutely. He had a brilliant mind sky's the limit on this Cairo. Basically, let everything L everything other than work and science get in the way of that. And you see that you see that with a lot of brilliant people that burn out instead of fadeaway me look at the the whole the twenty seven club all the twenty seven year old artists mostly musicians that diet twenty seven mostly self inflicted. But they're they're making some of the most brilliant music. I mean, Jim Morrison Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain, these people the music they made is is transcendent, but they but life got in the way of of their they're calling, and I think kind of life got in the way, this is calling. I'm glad you didn't name one name there because we get a lot of hate mail. Thank you for not saying genius. And then mentioning Jahn musk because people love letter. No, he's a hack. No an idiot. Isn't that a moron? And are clearly has orgies. We just haven't heard. Right. Right, man. I we don't have enough time on this episode for me to go on that tire. Also didn't die at twenty seven. So thank God for all of us that he is out there still providing the future of our existence. What you guys over there? And if he was a spy or not. A spy on musk or. This. Okay. Dago head. No. I mean, he was so blatantly open about trying to to become the part of the state of Israel that yes, he was a spy, but he was telling people he was giving the state of Israel secrets I kinda agree with that too. I don't think it was anything. He didn't think he was doing the ferries. He's no, man. I took the stuff for for them. You know? But at that time we were in allies. And I think what he's probably thinking at the time is like, well, I also came up with this stuff. This is my word, right? I'm not working. I'm I'm working for you know, myself in and of itself. So why is this wrong? He cited non compete, but is for countries instead of. Yeah. So then the big one that leaves? I guess the big one is do you guys think did he die because he was stupid? Did he commit suicide or was he assassinated, I always say smoke. There's fire. I don't even think they're smoke here. I Dan you made the point earlier that I thought was really really. The most important point. It's like who in the world would would put the effort forth to knock this guy off when he's already he's already out of the game. I mean, he's he's working himself out of the game. I'll tell you that God damn sasquatch. Millon takes him. Seriously. He doesn't have access to anything. He's literally sitting in mixing chemicals in his garage. And hoping for the best. People do that all the time in Kentucky. You know, and our government does have a history of discrediting people into where no one's paying attention to them. Well, that mission was already accomplished by himself. He did that on his own government. Will look at that go. Okay. Well, he's not a threat anymore. Let's move on perfect sense that he would have blown himself up. I don't think it was stupid. I think he played like didn't accident, and he was very smart. But I think he made a lot of shortcuts. Yeah..
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"So he does what any normal person would do when they're love struck in scorned. He conducted the Babylon working a series of ritual designed to invoke the Olympic goddess Babylon earth, the great mother of the earth sexual icon so to speak. Talk about rebound. You do when they're like thirteen you tell your parents just summoning battle on come on. He still was in contact with Hubbard though, and he ends up marrying Marjorie Cameron in nineteen forty six. She was eccentric. She said she could see visions of a coming apocalypse, and she made a cult arc that that this co art became very famous later, especially after she's passed and things like that have come into the being more chic. Well, that's the thing. Even if you're art is bad. If you were somehow infamous for something, your art is very, although I was very happy to hear that Hitler's watercolors didn't sell at auction last month. No shit. I would have really I didn't even know there for sale, and I got really excited when I read the article 'cause I'm like, oh my God humanity just turned a corner. We we're ready for inter inter interplanetary travel. We are so good as a species. That we will not condone buying crap like Hitler's watercolors, and then I read well, the problem was that the question of authenticity. Like if there had been a little certificate authenticity signed by Hitler. They were sold for like gazillion Cutie. So not he kept working with Hubbard and his ex wife..
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"Acronym. And I think we're there on that one Dowsett Dowsett the Guggenheim because everyone wants to Guggenheim I like it high. That's what Guggenheim is when they take bread. And they dip it in juice us. Brent you mentioned that he never got a degree, right? And other than the fact that he was into something the devil. That's another reason that the scientific community generally didn't take him seriously. Right. The the thing that did take him seriously was when he went to Stanford, and he was in there. That's where they realized that he was a genius his the people in the chemistry and the physics programs like you have an off the charts, I q, and that's the first time that they really realized how smart he really was. But his work in and outside of college gave him the credentials without the degree to be able to work in a lot of the places that he did. So we told you about the gal because of the call them around the campus. The suicide squad because they always blowing shit up. And they literally the students thought they were going to kill themselves wanting these days 'cause they're out trying to fly these model rockets constantly when model rockets were thing they were making them. His story was really shitty. And should have ended about an hour before it did. Oh, I see what you did. Yeah. Yeah. Did you see suicide squad in? I actually forgot about it. That's why action. Thank you blocked. Tear down that wall that it took months to build. Block. The the movie so good. They've already three spin offs in the works. And that's not a joke. Yeah. I know. All right, man. Anyway, you know, AU it at little tangent. John DC fans, I'm just so disappointed with what they do their their TV shows have been good there. And they're just cartoons are fantastic. Art teens are really good. I just watched. Yeah. Some Batman cartoon Batman was like not in it the whole time but bat wing and bat night, and bam night wing and little Robin and Robin. Damian wayne. Yeah. Damian Wayne, and and that grill there's that woman. There's back girl that ma'am, I guess late was actually quite entertaining of. And then I just watched the death superman and the rises superman, and that was really that's coming up. I love that story line. I haven't watched it yet. But I'm expanded. I saw I the only part about it that I was disappointed. It's like they took it would've felt to me like a years worth of material and condensed it so much. They just skipped I they couldn't make a five hour cartoon. But right. Yeah. But still underutilized completely I think. Yeah. Yeah. It was still under you guys wanna see the best one in far as I'm concerned. Young Justice is fantastic. Now, the third season just came out finally, but it's on their streaming service. I am washed yet, but young Justice is amazing. All right. So in nineteen thirty nine in back with Jack Parsons, the galaxy group gained funding from the National Academy of sciences Nass to work on jettisoned take off Jay to-, lots of acronyms in.
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"The a reality is he had the reputation of being a womanizer, and he definitely was notorious for for flirting and having sexual liaisons with female staff members that he worked with both JPL and Aerojet later in life. I think the big thing that we're going to find out with this guy. And this is the kind of through line with this as he had some addictions, you know, one of drugs the other was sex, which is a very powerful drug, and he used lots of outside things to blame that. On and demon energy. He was demon energy as we. Also known for his personal s interesting such as greeting houseguests with a large pet snake around his neck. You know, who doesn't have that buddy driving to work in a rundown. Pontiac and using a mannequin dressed in tuxedo with a bucket labelled the resident as mailbox. You know, I thought you go down a different path. You mentioned the car he was driving. I thought you were just saying that he had a mannequin with tuxedo. So you could use the. What do you say resident? Faster. We said as a kid we mentioned he was inspired by science fiction, literature and pulp stories he developed an interest in rocketry in his childhood and in nineteen twenty eight he began amateur rocket experiments with a school friend, Ed form, an Ed foreman is kind of an important character design because it was really his only friend for a long time. Now, not to be confused with Abe frohmann who's actually the sausage king of Chicago. Oh, yes. Yes. So I know you're probably were salivating there. Little bit of those sane. So I get some. We've got over eats. You know, deliver it shit talion. All right. Yeah. That's always the big debate. If you're going to get it, get sausage for recipe. Are you buying hot Italian or sweet Italian never sweet I don't like same here. Always. And if I'm going to a talion beef place, I want the combo. I wanna tell you and sauces. Anton beef all I appearance beef only I do too. I got the combo an accident one time they they give it to me as mistake by mistake. And now, it's my thing convert. Hey, Dan, better. Sausage talk. Dan. Could you just go ahead and be a better guest? I wanna mean by that is I described one side of the spectrum Brent described the other, and you said me too. I like, no meat. I like gravy bread taking sites. My wife's literally orders gravy bread. Which is just let the fuck is. Crazy. If you see it's on all the menus. And I didn't know what it was either. It's just bread dipped in our shoe, and and then they like poor as you all over it. And it's bread with gravy on it. It's their their shoe saw eat, no meat just gravy. I mean, sometimes she'll get a sandwich of a lot of time. She just wants gravy bread, which is just soggy bread, soggy bread, please. But you're. Serve that discount. Like, it makes me gag. Now in producer leases defense. That's actually a wild and crazy version of her diet, another treat that I've seen her enjoys a bread sandwich. Oh, yeah. Two pieces of bread either like sandwich that is our meal. It's not like she's like, oh, I'm watching. She really likes bread. That is the the through line with her entire life as Brandon all forms. He just get in me. Hey, what's funny is I in you'll see or do this show walk in the kitchen? She got it make something should grab a piece of bread and wanted up into a ball and throw it in her mouth and eat it just a ball up red ball just read about did you put anything on that? No. You're gonna ruin the taste of the bread. Bread time. Our? So growing back to the harbour cast. I mean, that's such a good name. We should start the.
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"Parsons was born in nineteen fourteen which was actually eleven years after the Wright brothers had flown for the first time at Kitty Hawk the world, you could say head airplane fever, right? But he decided he wanted to build rockets. So he could go to the moon. He who's a one upper maybe I heard show someone give quote about Parsons. And they said that he. Wanted to rise above this world metaphorically. And literally what whatever that means. Like, you know, because he could be spiritually that could be demonic -ly. There's a lot of the sky and he set out to do both pretty early in life. He was influenced by as so many were at the time by pulp books and science fiction books that talked about space getting into space. Think you're shaping the minds of future. I don't know rocketeers with your your book coming out. You were thinking about that stuff. How I'm really important. I think that like somewhere someone's going to be like, you know, I I ninety nine cents burn a hole in my town, and this book shaped, my young mind. You're welcome class of twenty thirty two. That's good math. He was gifted in math. He was he was a smart feller. He and from an early age. He was also obsessed with magic. No that's magic with a K with a K the real stuff or a CK if you're gonna win he claimed later in life that when he was eleven or twelve that he summoned the devil. Yeah. And that was that was really what spurred on his interest. He said, it was frightening. I'm sorry. If it you say that's one hundred percent factual, if I was eleven years old, and I summoned the devil. I don't think that would then spur my interest into diving in deeper. All right. I hate to interrupt, but I am calling Horsham on that. I tried to seven the devil all the time. And all I ever get our low level demons f that noise. What top brass or nothing? You realize that the the cats that he tries to kill or what he's referring to his lower level demon. I mean, have you ever been around the cat? But actually kinda checks out. It's a good point. So he actually thought that magic and science were were one in the same. He thought the magic was just science that we had not figured out yet. Right. Because at the time scientists and everyone was saying that literally there's no way we could ever get to the moon because the math didn't work out. We could never have enough propulsion to leave our atmosphere stuff like that. And they actually were quoted as saying you want to get to the moon eating magic. Well, guess what this guy had both? And so he's going to combine the two I mentioned earlier that he was his parents got divorced at an early age, his father marvel than his mother Ruth Virginia. The interesting thing is they grew. He grew up with these folks with money the area, they rep on was called millionaire's mile in Pasadena, and and so he grew up with as a man of means it didn't it didn't hold later in life. But he certainly had it as a as a child his his parents divorced, and he lived with his mom, and she was actually taken care of by. Her father who kind of just paid for everything for them. His name DC. They get along. Good long crossed over here. And there. How about that? But you know, as we mentioned they did divorce in nineteen fifteen Parsons was considered an effeminate as a child now in in nineteen fifteen feminine, it meant that you cried. If you cut one of your fingers off. Right. Right. Of different definition decides that you know, he's going to spend his adult hood trying to not be imminent, and he had this whole macho what s two way to not be feminine Bill big explosive thing that are mustache his F. B I file actually described him as potentially bisexual. He wants expressed that he had experienced latent homosexuality. Well, I mean, but all all that's somewhat conjecture..
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"Not not not to get off on a tangent here. But when von Braun came over eventually he's like heading up NASA. Right. Then he does a series of PR videos. I'm sorry. I understand project paper clip, I understand our need for those scientists. But what I don't understand is. Why is he the new face of our PR brownie here for former nuts reminding you to rush every day? You might remember from World War Two. Yeah. Such such horrifying videos holocaust now. And Genesee genocide in you. He he invented the first rocket engine to use a Castell comp-. This is back to Parsons PS. Composite rocket propellant and pioneered the advancement of both liquid fuel and solid fuel rockets. Now. This sounds crazy. Why do these things well because he wanted to go to the moon? Oh, any looked too. Good time. Elsa Crowley as Pichul mentor. Everybody needs a hobby true checks out. You know, what you know, where he said he got the idea for Castell solid fuel. What that means essentially? Now, I'm not a rocket scientist. But what that means is whenever they would have fueled that could kind of settle that was a real problem like liquid fuel that could settle because it would just was inconsistent. The temperature would vary, and it didn't fire the way they did it to he was trying to come up with a Saul for that. And so he said that he thought of the stories of Greek fire where they wouldn't mix like tar with combustible substances. I mean like what was it? The the wedding that exploded on game of thrones. The green fire. What wedding? No the rent and your reading was the murder, but it was the trial, and they had those trial dry. Yes. Yes. Thank you. It's been so long game of thrones come back. No, the, but they had they had that trial. And they basically that's what you thinking when he says Greek fire, and so he thought of that. And so he wound up taking some sort of combustible material, and literally mixing it with like tar and it worked and that was the beginning of all this extending back. When he was at Caltech say that they had a few hoops, he's one of the UK's sees launched a piece of rebar in embedded into a concrete wall. Like a foot deep a rebar is think of spike a metal prod bar? But no, spike at the end know sharpen point the force of the blast. Like you. Imagine you being in undergrad labs and hoops, right? That could have been paled three people. And then you know, like I said we touch on this second ago he looked to and was literally correspondent in a big name in the whole teachings of Alister Crowley. He looked at his spiritual mentor Crowley was a character. Growly literally that song is about. And in the future wrote will actually do an entire episode him. We haven't got to it yet. But we're going to touch him some more this week. So what we're gonna do this week? We're going to tell you all about Parsons. Why someone so important to the nation is barely remembered. Like, I was saying people don't remember him and what happened to him. Yeah. I think he has been kind of swept under the rug as far as his contributions to rocketry, and and the fuel there in in the history of this country, and it's because of his ties to a cultism cultism possible communism. Possible spy, I mean, he hits all the fun. Yeah. Also being Basha crazy. I mean, it's knowing sitting here defending him as a man necessarily, but his contributions to the to science can't be forgotten crazier. No. No. You're exactly right. Right. So we're going to get more into him when we come back after the break on hysteria. Fifty one. Ten. Was Elster Crowley that lived in the hotel. Lisa lamb of intially died in was NM. No. That was Nikola tesla. I just made that up any opened up gateways or something like that was she the one where it was like the the security video of her in the elevator. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I looked up online. It was I we talked about he he stayed in the cease so hotel, and you know, people talked about how he did all these crazy things..
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"Brent we have a hilarious tonight. Good old marble Parsons. That's a beautiful name. It is a beautiful name. I mean, a marvel I feel like if I was given the name marvel I would hate it in my during my childhood because it wasn't like right Jim with new thirty. And you're like, I'm going by marvel. Aka, Jack Parsons, and if that name here's found I always tell people in my my around me, my wife and friends and stuff what we're doing coming up. And I found I said we're doing Jack Parsons they go out Jack who the hell is that like they knew the name. Right. But they really didn't know anything. Then you clarify new said marvel Whiteside Parsons. All right. I knew it. You know? It's funny. He that was his his given name. And the reason he went by Jack is because when he was young his father absconded just left and his mom's like well. We're not gonna we're not gonna call you that because we don't like that name anymore because like asshole. So she started calling him John back in the day. Jack was a nickname for John. John F Kennedy right at Kennedy. Right. Exactly. Right. And so it went from marvel to John Jack. And that's where we said today. Welcome back to the name entomology. Our? Sorry. We're we're trying to shop this NPR. So. Myself a little bit different. Yes. Yes. That's that's fascinating is very interesting. And you got our Ascott. We sent you. Right. It came with the pike..
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"We didn't even have to give pepper Potts new name. It's just fit in sedan. What are you working on? You got anything going on since last? We talked you. Yeah. I wrote a book I wrote a fantasy a humorous fantasy novel that you can pre-order Amazon question was it humorous on purpose or do people laugh when you're ready like. Exactly. I played the. Yeah. Yeah. Totally meant to do with their way. That's so it's valuable now. Yeah. Yeah. If you if you go on Amazon, it's Lynn. Julia L I N G E R. May recommend writing book. Exactly if you only right. Jerry, a bunch of lingerie pictures will show up so right Lynch Syria book or my last name Cao's E H and you'll you'll find the preorder it's ninety nine cents right now. So what what what Andy nine cents? That for job. You don't even have to you get a penny back. So what's what's it about? What's what's I know? It's a fantasy novel. I mean. Yeah, it is. It was originally a cartoon pilot that I wrote and that it just it wasn't working as a pilot. So I wrote it into a novel about a fantasy author who is about to kill himself. And instead he finds a portal into the world of the books that he wrote. And it turns out that the world is familiar with his books. They think they are their bible, and he is their God Jesus type figure, and he it turns out that you'll light-hearted fair. It's a dark dark humor. I guess a a wizard that he never wrote about his usurped power over the land. And he and his friends have to go find out what's going on very cool. Very cool. Actually, a different take on the John. I mean, obviously, there's at least fifteen books I know of the go down that exact rabbit hole. John is a Hugh he's big into fantasy and those type of wizard ING and word. I I was kidding. I was obviously joking about that. But yeah, I love I love a good fantasy book looking forward to reading it. I'll even give you the buck John because I like you. Nation. Everyone listening. That's a lie. He won't. Sadly, I would probably have to write you a check chase. But you never have cash. No cash until you know, like December is yeah. Hold off on them. So and then. And then you also right for the hard times dot net. Right. I do hard times and her drive, which is I love writing for them. So yeah, you can check them out to really funny stuff. If you aren't familiar listeners at home. It's I'm sure you probably get tired of this analogy. But it's kind of it's kind of onion ish. Satirical, satirical, writing satirical, website, really, really funny stuff. It is good. It is. And speaking of really funny..
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"Otherwise known as Chicago, we're your hosts and resident rocket scientists Bryn hand in Jugo fourth year. Right. Putting that Star Wars LEGO set together was rocket science to you idiots. There is a lot of pieces. Anyway, the third Voisey you're hearing is our resident peanut gallery. Also, robots built to help produce an research the show who instead just gets drunk and has delusions of taking over the world. He is the one and the only conspiracy about delusions are just dreams that haven't happened yet that doesn't even make sense speaking of dreams, I'll just on shark tank ups and downs highs and lows they said it could kill people. And we're going to report me to the authorities something about poisoning them. Anyway, most of them said they were out pretty quickly. But then at the last second eyesight a royalty deal with Mr. wonderful. I kinda like that meet sec. So you brought your bottle of rubbing alcohol with the label ripped off and the and the brand what what was it again? Vaucluse right, Bob. Ooh. So you brought your body booze to shark tank. Still never understand how you got to Culver city for taping. But regardless you brought the booze there and somehow actually got on the show, and then you actually got an investment from Kevin O'Leary. I mean, it's a fake product. That kills its customers. You're making me blush. Other than killing your customers in stealing product sounds like your businesses pretty much full. Thanks. I feel the same way. I even have a slogan now want to hear I thought you'd never ask. Okay here. It goes come bus to move. If you have the blues, it's chill it's fresh. It's conspiracy booze. Pretty good. Right. You know, the sad part probably work probably sell. I'm making boost great again. Oh, another good one. I better write that down. And on that note. Brent we have a guest with us tonight. A returning guest. We were talking recently. It'd been a long time since Kevin had been on had been a real long time since Joe had been on Dan Kozo. Our we didn't invite either of the twenty. I think is when the last time he was on. I gosh. I what did we even talk about the live? Then. They have the internet then welcome back, Dan, they guys thanks for having me on to talk about your erotic. Tony stark fan fiction is soon. This what we're talking about the best way to put this exactly if Tony stark and pepper were just really into beady SM type shit..
"jack parsons" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Tonight on ground zero. And we're living in the year of the pig. Certainly the year of the pig is the year of. Toxic masculinity. Women enrage too much like last year. But this time it's more prevalent. We have the pigs who are not repentant of being pigs and the black pig is a representation of power sex filthiness, and we were talking earlier about how the connections go to bathroom at the horror of Babylon. And we were also making some connections to Jack Parsons L Ron Hubbard and of course, Hillary Clinton, so Tracy you wanted to wrap that up. I did I have to point out one thing, and this was actually pointed out to me just a few days ago by Jim who I work with on the Rx only picture show that you can see on YouTube pointed out the facial similarity which I noted before, but never dawned on me, the meaning of it. Okay. The facial similarity between L Ron Hubbard and Webb Hubble who used to be a partner with Hillary Clinton at the rose law firm, and is rumored to be the actual genetics. Father. Of Chelsea Clinton who also looks just like him. L Ron Hubbard Webb Hubble always quite possible. If my theory. Well, you're. Up your theory with a little bit of fact. Okay. Okay. I know somebody who used to work in New York government that worked with Hillary Clinton and a one time over dinner, gene. And I were having dinner with this person, I won't identify who this person is. But she told me she said the rumor that was always spread around the government buildings in New York is it Chelsea Clinton was actually. Webb Hubbell's daughter. You go. I mean, you can just look at the two together. And it's you know. And then, you know, a little bit about the personal lives of the people involved. Yeah. That's definitely the father himself seeing. And then when you connected with Hubbard in the fact that Hubbard is working with Jack Parsons, and Jack Parsons may have in fact been the one who create Hillary Clinton in a laboratory, I kid you not. Look up. Look it up. There's a little search bar on my website, which is tracing dot com. Look up Hillary, you'll find the article, and there's so much evidence actually. President. It's a time traveler at least found is somehow acquainted with. With Nikola tesla. And then we have Jack Parsons may be acquainted with Hillary Clinton. That's that's amazing. He's the alchemist that creators sex. Magic is alchemy is form of alchemy. And that's that's how they created Hillary. This is my theory, and the the correspondences just piled on after I published this article, so okay. Yeah. Just take my word for it. Well, that would explain a lot. It really would explain a lot because it just goes to show you the power, and and how she still has influence and how she still has influence over marches women marches and everything that's been happening since she did not become.
"jack parsons" Discussed on KTRH
"Slash save. Each. Tonight on ground zero. And we're living in a year of the pig. Certainly the year of the pig is the year of toxic masculinity. Women enraged much like last year. But this time it's more prevalent. We have the pigs who are not repentant of being pigs and the black pig is a representation of power sex filthiness, and we were talking earlier about how the connections go to bathroom at the horror of Babylon. And we were also making some connections to Jack Parsons L Ron Hubbard and of course, Hillary Clinton, so Tracy you wanted to wrap that up. I did I I have to point out one thing, and this was actually pointed out to me just a few days ago, by gem who I work with on the Rx only picture show that you can see on YouTube is pointed out the facial similarity which I noted before, but never dawned on me, the meaning of it. Okay. The facial similarity between L Ron Hubbard and web. Hubbell who used to be a partner with Hillary Clinton at the rose law firm, and is rumored to be the actual genetic father of Chelsea Clinton who also looks just like him, so L Ron Hubbard Webb Hubble, it's quite possible. If my theory. Well, back backup your theory with a little bit of fact. Okay. Okay. I know somebody who used to work in in New York government that worked with Hillary Clinton. Okay. Okay. And a one time over dinner, gene. And I were having dinner with this person won't identify who this person is. But she told me she said the rumor that was always spread around the government buildings in New York is it Chelsea Clinton was actually Webb Hubbell's daughter. There you go. I mean, you can just look at the two together. And it's you know. And then, you know, a little bit about the personal lives of the people involved. Yeah. That's definitely the father himself seeing. And then when you connected with Hubbard in the fact that Hubbard is working with Jack Parsons, and Jack Parsons may have in fact been the ones who create Hillary Clinton in a laboratory, I kid you not. Look up. Look it up on my website, which is tracing dot com. Look up Hillary, you'll find the article and there's so much evidence. Actually. So we've got we've got a president. It's a time traveler at least found is somehow acquainted with with Nikola tesla. And then we have Jack Parsons may be acquainted with Hillary Clinton. That's that's amazing. He's the alchemists that created sex. Magic is a form of alchemy. And that's that's how they created Hillary. This is Mike theory, and the correspondences just piled on after I published this article, so okay. Yeah. Just take my word for it. Well that would explain. That would explain a lot. It really would explain a lot because it just goes to show you the power, and and how she still has influence and how she still has influence over marches women marches and everything that's been happening since she did not become president of the United States. And there's still that moment where she could come back and be the president of the United States in two.