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crazy how most of what

people know today about the occult stems from much of Jordan's research. And of course, they conveniently, rarely, if ever, credit him.

Even though a lot of what Jordan does is analyses and discerned aggregation of existent, rare to unknown info (hey, what else is history but sometimes re-discovering works of those who came before us?), the way he can simplify and synthesize into short catchy etymological bursts, for the hungry Red-Pillers' consumption? That's all Jordan Maxwell (aka, Russell Pine), 100%.

Unfortunately, people outright copy his works without ever crediting him, all the time, INCLUDING Dan Brown's DaVinci Code. In the movie version, the entire scene where Tom Hanks is speaking about the eye of the pyramid as the slideshow's image is projected onto his face, is literally angle for angle, straight out of one of Jordan Maxwell's presentations.

The man needs to have a library, a school, a museum named after, dedicated to his works. yet, he'll most likely pass on penniless. And all those 'Anti-NWO Johnny Come Lately' claiming to 'debunk' Jordan are just frauds who're pissed off at what he says, particularly in regards to astro-theology. He's not saying the story isn't true, he's saying BECAUSE the story is same in many cultures who supposedly never spoke to each other in pre-Diluvian era, how is it possible that they all share similar human origin myths, unless they all either experienced it or heard about it from their ancestors about the same story: so there must be a single origin of that story, despite its myriad of seemingly disparate cultural iterations.

Well, he has a new website and radioshow, now. To those who maybe interested and were not aware of it, check it out y'all:

Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul