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Forbidden Science - The Occult Roots of the Space Program (VIDEO)

I just made a video about Jack Parsons if you guys are interested.

"Forbidden Science - The Occult Roots of the Space Program"

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Interesting video about unknown rocketeer Parsons.

Robert Goddard lived during the same era as Parsons. Goddard died in 1945, and Parsons died in 1952. That era, I call pre-Nazi. Once we initiated "Operation Paperclip" and brought all the Wernher von Braun Nazis here, all hell broke loose. The killing, the lying, and the fabrication of space exploration started post-Nazi era. Those same tactics have continued to the present.

very cool

i read that book about him as well as some of his own writing. fascinating. well done!!

A less obvious charade I suppose...

...than handing the Dutch leader a piece of Swiss cheese.

He was a libertarian?

Didn't expect to hear that.



minor point...

Obviously many early scientists mixed their pursuits with mystical ideas. But Adam W. was not one. He was basically an atheist.

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Adam Weishaupt, founder of The Illuminati, was

not a scientist. He had a doctorate in law, became a professor of law, and a philosopher. He was initiated into the Lodge of Strict Observance, Lodge Theodore of Good Council (Theodor zum guten Rath), at Munich in 1777. A requirement of Freemasonry is a belief in some 'higher power.' Higher Power doesn't necessarily have to mean ~I Am That I Am~

When public sentiment had turned against The Illuminati, the Bavarian government began raids on suspected members' homes/businesses, etc. There was a raid on one Xavier Zwack’s (lawyer, judge and electoral councilor) residence in Landshut on October 11th, 1786, and a search of Baron Bassus’s castle of Sondersdorf five days later. Illuminati documents were recovered in those raids and were compiled and published by the Bavarian government, under the title: Einige Originalschriften des Illuminaten Ordens, (Munich, 1787).

In those documents are detailed, freaky-deaky rituals and beliefs.

When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign: that the dunces are all in confederacy against him. ~J. Swift

I worded that poorly based on

I worded that poorly based on RAW's clip in the video. I should have said he was promoting science but not a scientist.

There were no strange rituals aside from Masonic-ones. He was politically motivated. It had nothing to do with believing in the occult. Quite the opposite.

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Great video, nice job.

Great video, nice job.

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Rad thanks!

Rad thanks!