Sometimes I feel disoriented and lack perspective about my intelligence, my perception. Although I can’t claim to have ever accurately measured a person’s intelligence, I like to think I’m capable of sizing people up. But that may be an exaggeration. Maybe I estimate that someone is smart because they think as I do or have everyone else believing it.
Maybe there was someone out there who knew 9/11 was a deception. Someone totally disconnected from matters of that kind, yet instantly knowing. Someone who knew that the scary stuff people saw on their TVs was a walk in the park compared to the bad and unreported stuff going down.
If you’re someone who didn’t catch on to the 9/11 shenanigans or the concerted cover-up in the aftermath, then we have something in common. I don’t think my conscious mind formed the suspicions until 2007. Yes, I admit that it took 6 years before I was able to detect all the 9/11 lies and funny-business I had been blasted with since America was “Under Attack.” Even then, the pieces only began to assemble. And the only information at my disposal to help form new ideas about the whole affair was mostly disinformation. It was like trying to make an official record of history with only thousands of torn pages from poorly written romance novels.
Whatever the hell had kept me blind during all those years, I may never know. I’m still unclear whether I was an idiot at the time. If so, then simply having a paradigm shift over 9/11 wouldn’t itself have elevated me to the status of genius. Meaning that, I may still be an idiot.
When did you first have a clear problem with the 9/11 narrative? In 2007, as I did? 2005? Were you savvy enough to start questioning in 2004?
Don’t tell me you knew it was all wrong as early as 2002! Well, if so I would be proud of your uncommonly hawk-like vision. You saw through much of the world’s best and expertly crafted deceptions. A renegade, while everyone else panicked at the mere thought of “Freedom Fries” you were 3 steps ahead and on the run from “False-Flag Fries.”
If, however you weren’t so swift to see the problems underpinning 9/11 then prepare yourself. Prepare for the shocking possibility that you were and may still be an idiot.
I give you, ARMAGEDDON by artist Ben Frost.
The earliest copyright date for the following image is OCTOBER 2001!
Take a moment to let that set in. Seriously, if you consider what the world was like in the weeks post 9/11 you are likely to develop an appreciation for this artistic achievement. For the initiated, the overall impression resulting from the image only comes to the viewer through subtle connections to simple elements contained within. For those oblivious to the secret forces driving parts of the world around us, the image might even be disregarded as nothing more than illustration for a children’s book. I can’t image the process that took place for the artist to become comfortable enough to make all of the clear and nebulous suggestions contained herein. To help us both understand Ben Frost, I quote the opening entry in Wikipedia for the artist.
Ben Frost (born Brisbane, Australia) is a visual artist whose work seeks to challenge contemporary norms and values of Western culture and society. Frost’s visual work places common iconic images from advertising, entertainment, and politics into startling juxtapositions that are often confrontational and controversial.
Artist Frost currently lives and works in Sydney and exhibits locally and internationally.
Maybe living in Australia at the time was the key to being immune to the 9/11 hypnotic effect. Assuming that Australian media and social events were not targeted with the specific messaging required for 9/11 to succeed, it’s possible Ben didn’t experience the proper conditions that existed in the US. Or, maybe it’s more like susceptibility to hypnosis. I was deemed by a hypnotist at age 13 to be of low susceptibility to hypnosis. So, it isn’t likely preconditioning accounts for the 6 year lag for me to see what Ben saw right away.
Hopefully it’s not too late, and you haven’t yet begun postulating impossibly complicated messages hidden within Ben’s image. After reading through a lengthy thread at Above Top Secret, where I discovered this item I sure glazed over! So, let’s stop here. But, don’t click off without first seeing my image analysis below.
Analysis of Suggestive Image