Since its formation in Europe over sixty years ago, the ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ has increasingly gone global, prompting ‘Conspiro Media’ to take a look beneath the event’s glam, extravagant exterior and ask: Is it being used to push the NWO agenda?…

Eurovision World Order banner

The annual kitsch & Camp-fest that is the ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ reached its deciding climax just a few days ago (Saturday May 14th) in Stockholm, Sweden and, as per usual, it was as glitteringly garish and head-scratchingly ridiculous when it came to choice of stage-costumes for some of the acts participating. Here’s some examples from over the years…

Eurovision costumes

The songs up for contest (if you can call them, “songs,” with a straight face) are – in the overwhelming majority – so bad and so lacking in any originality that they often pale into insignificance next to the more interesting, albeit bafflingly outlandish costumes on display as well as the (unintentionally) comical dance-routines and stage-props.
If you’re unfamiliar with this annual competition and the – erm – ‘music’ it serves up, then here’s a very brief, not altogether comprehensive (but concise enough) description… It’s modern, mainstream Pop at its most vapid. Think Justin Bieber or Leona Lewis and then degrade them both by 10 (actually – more). This’ll give you an idea of how awful it all is. Perhaps worse than that, most of the songs have often sounded so dated, especially if you’re used to listening on a regular/daily basis to what’s on offer by way of America and Britain, the trailblazers in popular music. It’s like turning on your loud-speakers and travelling back a couple of decades or more to the tunes that, not only you, but time itself would like to forget. For example, remember that achingly-terrible hit single, ‘Looking for Freedom’ by one-time ‘Baywatch’ and ‘Knight Rider’ actor, David Hasslehoff? It’s not actually a Eurovision number and ‘The Hoff’ has never participated in the contest either, but, as far as ‘Conspiro Media’ is concerned, both the song and its star would fit in to the event like the proverbial hand in the glove. Here he is performing it live on the Berlin Wall back in 1989…

Is it any wonder – given all this cheesy, campy pomp – that the Eurovision has become a favourite within the so-called ‘LGBT’ community, where culture-trash of the most glamorous and garish variety is not only laughed at, but championed and enjoyed? Perhaps this is why, in 2014, the Austrian singer and drag-queen, Conchita Wurst (A.K.A. Thomas Neuwirth) was given the platform to shine on the contest, ultimately winning it?…


Conchita Wurst performing at the Eurovision in 2014.

Years earlier, in 1998, the singer, Dana International made history of sorts, becoming the first ever transgender person to be crowned Eurovision winner. Some might say all this is a canny, commercially-savvy move by the organisers of the contest to woo the lucrative gay audience. Others – most notably with an ‘Alternative’ view – have suggested that there’s a much more malevolent plan at play. For example, some commentators believe this is a push on behalf of the so-called ‘global elites’ to promote and effectively normalise amongst the masses the idea of men becoming women and vice versa, thus bringing about the destruction of humanity. The title of Conchita’s winning song, ‘Rise Like A Phoenix’ has, not surprisingly, been open to suspicion too, given its dark occult connotations.


Dana International.

Dana International was the Israeli entry in the competition, which in itself has been a cause for question. After all, what’s a country from the Middle East doing in a Euro-vision event that was first held back in 1956 after the public-service media alliance and non-profit organisation, the ‘EBU’ (‘European Broadcasting Union’) decided to create a TV-show that could be transmitted simultaneously in all the nations it represented? Well, according to a page on the contest’s official website, this is why:

EBU broadcasting Eurovision area

Okay… so that’s that then. The above graphic also explains why Turkey regularly participates in the contest. Fair enough.
But!… Wait a minute…
Why has Australia been welcomed into the competition in the last couple of years? It’s certainly not highlighted in the graphic, which would leave one to assume – would it not – that it isn’t eligible for participation? Working on the possibility that the above map is, for whatever reason, inaccurate, ‘Conspiro Media’ went looking elsewhere for information that could perhaps conclude once and for all if this country in particular was adhering to the requirements for entry, one of which is that it must be what’s described as an “active member” of the EBU. Well, according to PDFs on the organisation’s official website, the answer to this, it seems, would be, no. A document dated, 9.3.2016 and listing all 73 members (56 countries) of the European Broadcasting Union, makes absolutely no reference to Australia. It does hold what’s described as an “associate membership of the EBU,” but, “it is important to note that associate membership does not grant access to the Eurovision system.” Mmmm… Are we missing something here? It makes no difference if we are, as it happens because the issue here isn’t whether or not any one country must honour these rules set out by the EBU in order to gain eligibility for the Eurovision contest, but whether there’s a suspicious, secret agenda behind what, arguably, was regarded in past decades as a quintessentially European competition becoming, in more recent times, increasingly global, taking in not only Australia but, this site is predicting, America as well. The all too obvious tell-tale sign of this was there to be seen and heard during Saturday night’s live contest when Justin Timberlake appeared mid-way to perform live. This would, undoubtedly, have shocked millions of viewers; a US Pop-star – especially one of his stature on the music-world stage – taking part in a show that has had no previous links of significance to the United States. As far as ‘Conspiro Media’ is aware, this is a first. It was also, perhaps, an orchestrated, introductory step towards the future involvement of the Americans? “No I don’t think so,” Eurovision executive supervisor, Jon Ola Sand reportedly told the UK-based newspaper/website, ’The Guardian’ when asked about the USA’s possible participation as a contestant in, say, 2017. Oh. But wait! He then went on to be quoted as stating that “this could change.” Aha.


Justin Timberlake performing at the Eurovision, 2016.

The first Eurovision Song Contest final consisted of just seven competing countries, those being: Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Switzerland. In 2016 the total was 26, including, as noted, some non-European entrants. Jon Ola Sand has reportedly dismissed any suggestion that the event will eventually grow into what’s described in The Guardian piece as, “Worldvision.” But, hey. Who knows? “This could change” too, right? There’s already talk of an EBU-backed ‘Asiavision’ equivalent coming our way, and in co-operation with the Australian, ‘SBS’ (‘Special Broadcasting Service’). Incidentally – and call this cynical if you like – but, is that the reason why the grand finalist competing in this year’s contest on behalf of that country ‘just happened to be’ the Korean-born singer/song-writer, Dami Im? Furthermore, the spokesperson appearing live-by-satellite in Sydney for the Aussie judges during the event that evening in Stockholm was the Special Broadcasting Service’s network-TV presenter, Lee Lin Chin who hails from Indonesia (with Chinese parents).

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Left: Dami Im performing at Eurovision, 2016 / Right: Lee Lin Chin / Below: Dami Im and friends during the judging phase of the final.

Dami Im & friends @ Eurovision 2016

So, who’s to say then that, in the space of a few years, ‘Asiavision’ won’t eventually merge with its ‘Euro’ counterpart before becoming a global model, much in the same way that researchers such as David Icke have warned us of the European Union and its eventual and inevitable integration into a One World Government by means of small, slow, unnoticeable, incremental steps – a devious process famously dubbed the ‘Totalitarian Tiptoe’? A hugely-popular event such as the Eurovision could, in its own modest but significant way, help realise the globalists’ dream through the use of NWO-friendly propaganda of both an overt and subliminal kind. There were certainly one or two moments during Saturday’s contest that raised the eyebrows in this regard, for example, there’s this…

eurovision come together

‘Come Together’ for what? For an end to individuality? For the eradication of countless national cultures, customs and ways of living? For the homogenisation of us all into one bland, compliant global Race with one government, one religion, and, perhaps, one language? You would have been hard-pressed to identify what country each of the acts on Saturday’s Eurovision were representing if you didn’t pay attention to the screen-captions or the voice-over announcers – and that’s mainly because all but one of the entrants reportedly sang in English! Veteran broadcaster and music-pundit, Paul Gambaccini, is quoted as saying that this “shows the evolution of what it is like to be European. When the Eurovision Song Contest began, almost everyone sang in their native language and now everybody knows English. It is just reflecting the times.”

This article is mostly based on a hunch after viewing certain scenes from Saturday’s competition, but there isn‘t much in the way of strong evidence to back any of it up, just one or two classic tell-tale signs for you to take a look at and consider. Some of what you’ve read here (if not all of it) might have come across as ridiculous to you – even if you do lean towards an Alternative view. No surprise, really. There is something almost comical in the idea of the much-mocked Eurovision Song Contest playing an invaluable role in manipulating the minds of the masses for the good of a One World Order. But, when you’re aware of what has actually been carried out in the past by the media on behalf of governments and the Military/Intelligence/Industrial complex, it’s perhaps not so preposterous a thought? The event was jokingly referred to by, of all people, President Obama during a visit to Germany last month. Joshing aside though, he did mention it, albeit very briefly, for a purpose, right in the middle of a speech promoting the European Union project in fact. He said, “with strength and resolve and the power of our ideals, and a belief in a unified Europe, we didn’t simply end the Cold War – freedom won. Germany was reunited. You welcomed new democracies into an even ‘ever closer union.’ You may argue over whose football clubs are better, vote for different singers on Eurovision. (Laughter). But your accomplishment – more than 500 million people speaking 24 languages in 28 countries, 19 with a common currency, in one European Union – remains one of the greatest political and economic achievements of modern times.” According to the contest’s official website, nearly 200 million people watched 2015’s grand final. That’s a hell of a lot of people, and a hell of a lot of minds ripe for manipulation! So, if you do in future find yourself for whatever reason exposed to a TV showing this event, seriously consider the possibility (if you haven’t already) that beneath that garish, side-splittingly amusing layer of cheese, there’s something going on with the Eurovision Song Contest that is by no means a laughing matter.

Gonna sign off here with an edited screen-cap of a page from the Eurovision’s own website from last year…

Eurovision eye stage

Take a look at the page in its unedited form here:


REFERENCE LINKS: Transgender singers are not alien to Israelis / Dana International

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Is the USA being lined up to compete at the Eurovision Song Contest?





Here’s a review of events from 2014 and a look ahead at what’s in store for ‘Conspiro Media’ in 2015 and beyond…

2015 Out with the Old In with the New

The initial idea that led to the formation of Conspiro Media was – in all honesty – much grander than what has transpired since the very first article was posted back in June 2011. The original concept was for the creation of a website brimming with topical content, a website complete with; 1) a constantly updated News Headlines page (with added blog commentary and analysis from time to time), 2) a section showcasing singers, rappers, musicians and remixers/producers of an Alternative nature who communicate a meaningful message (and who might not necessarily be widely-known), 3) a regular(ish) smattering of lengthy, in-depth articles, and 4) a YouTube channel featuring exclusive interviews with researchers, authors and others relevant to those of us seeking more information on the dark, arcane, symbol-ridden, plot-scheming (yet not always altogether negative) elements that are (and always have been) present in entertainment/media/The Arts. As its turned out, the last two ingredients in this ambitious wish-list have been achieved, but the first two havent. So, not the desired result of course, but by no means due to accident or disaster. Faced with the uphill challenge of building a large-scale website from scratch with absolutely no prior knowledge or experience on to how to achieve this, and mindful of the sheer amount of days, weeks and months that would pile up on the way to attaining this goal as a consequence, it was decided to go ahead with something less elaborate first. After all, why hold back on sharing information – any information that might be of value and/or relevance, however small or understated – just for the sake of a big idea that might not even materialise until a year (or more) down the line (if at all)? Best to engage modestly rather than never. Take each day as it comes and assess all progress regularly – test the waters, as it were ahead of any plans to expand as desired. And thats exactly whats been happening, and now, here we are with 2015 ahead of us, a period in time when folk make resolutions for the future and reflect on whats occurred in the previous twelve months Therefore, with all this in mind, its also time to issue an announcement here – and that is:

Conspiro Media is all set to begin its steps towards achieving that desired Grand Plan.

This is largely due to necessity.                                                                                               Why so? Well, one only need take a look back at the seemingly relentless stream of events that occurred during 2014 that were (are) worthy of note and that this site shouldve reacted to but couldnt and didnt; For starters, there were all those celebrity deaths, most of which were officially deemed as non-suspicious but that were met with doubt and even outright accusations of foul-play by the more Alternative-minded of us. It all began in February when Oscar-winning actor, Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his Manhattan apartment due to a drug-fuelled accident. In August, comedy legend and film-star, Robin Williams was a victim of suicide, and earlier in April, O.T.O.-follower Peaches Geldof died of – in the words of the inquest-report – an unintentional heroin overdose. There was no indication that any third party was present or involved, it stated. Her death, however, came just months after shed Tweeted some provocative comments, observations and revelations with regards to Ian Watkins, the paedophile Rock-musician who was jailed in late-2013 for a string of child sex-offences including the attempted rape of a baby. Had she revealed too much? And what about the constant air of suspicion that hangs around her father, Sir Bob Geldof who, incidentally, faced something of a critical mauling from cynics in the closing weeks of last year in relation to his Band Aid 30 project? peaches geldof-His ex-wife (and Peaches mother), Paula Yates, died in September 2000 of an accidental overdose, 34 months after the suicide of the man shed left him for, 80s/90s Pop sensation, Michael Hutchence. In a police-statement following the INXS stars death, she branded the Boomtown Rats front-man evil, and claimed he had intimidated her by bragging that he was above the law. As numerous onlookers and commentators have opined, a significant number of people closely connected to this sainted individual have ended up dead before their time, and from ugly circumstances. 2014 also saw the passing of TV-host and comedian, Joan Rivers whilst reportedly undergoing minor throat-surgery at a Manhattan outpatient clinic. Interestingly, two months after she died there came accounts of a federal investigation that concluded shed lost her life due to the mistakes of doctors. This has no doubt fuelled suspicions that she was ultimately silenced for calling Barack Obama gay and his wife, Michelle a transgender (we all know) just weeks earlier when approached by an on-the-street reporter. Did the veteran celebrity, like Peaches Geldof before her, pay the ultimate price for her candidness?

The issue of Hollywood paedophilia garnered notable mainstream-media attention towards the end of 2014. This was when the US documentary, An Open Secret was revealed to the public for the first, and, – when considering the apparent content contained within it – possibly last time. Directed by Oscar-nominee Amy Berg, its said to incorporate the testimonies of several ex-child performers including one by the name of Evan H. He gives his account of his abuse at the hands of his then-manager, Marty Weiss who, at a pre-trial hearing in 2012, pleaded no contest to two felony-counts of oral-copulation with a child under the age of 14.

Amy Berg

Amy Berg

Of the few who say theyve seen the documentary, theres focus, so they claim, also placed on Hollywood talent-agents, Michael Harrah (whos apparently caught on a secret tape-recording admitting to making advances on a minor) and Bob Villard who once represented a young Leonardo DiCaprio. According to reports, this individual was among nine people indicted by a federal grand jury in 1987 on charges of transporting child-pornography. In 2001, he was sentenced to three years probation after searches of his home uncovered thousands of photographs of boys in skimpy bathing-suits posing in sexually suggestive positions. He pleaded no contest, as he is also said to have done in 2005 when he was handed an eight-year prison-term for committing a lewd act on a 13-year-old male who sought him out as an acting-coach. Perhaps the best-known of all the individuals placed under the spotlight of suspicion in the documentary is X-Men director, Bryan Singer whose name is linked to Marc Collins-Rector founder of the now-defunct web-TV company, Digital Entertainment Network and who, in 2004, reportedly pleaded guilty in a US District Court to transporting minors across State lines for the purpose of sex. He was notorious in Hollywood – so its said – for his pool-parties where young teenage boys mingled with powerful and successful entertainment/media-men. These get-togethers were referred to in a lawsuit filed against Singer in 2014 by a former male child-model. He claimed the director sexually-abused him at the California estate where these drink and drug-fuelled gatherings took place and then did the same to him in Hawaii in 1999 when he was 17. The allegations were denied, and in August last year, it was announced that the case had been dropped.

Bryan Singer

Bryan Singer

The move to dismiss was, said the accuser, Michael Egan III, little to do with the strength of (Singers) defence, but rather, it is a consequence of the current circumstances regarding my case, my lack of legal counsel, and my inability to proceed in this matter acting on my own behalf. Amy Berg has reportedly said he was the victim of a faulty lawyer and had made a poor decision regarding not only this particular sexual-abuse suit but three others which hed aimed – but then also withdrew – against seasoned TV-heads, David Neuman and Garth Ancier, and Broadway producer and former Disney employee, Gary Goddard.

And as if all this wasn t enough

In December 2014, Stephen Collins, the American screen-actor perhaps best-known to millions for his clean-cut roles in countless television-shows such as the long-running 7th Heaven (in which he played the part of a church-minister, incidentally), admitted publicly to molesting and/or exposing himself over the years to a total of three young girls all aged somewhere between eleven and thirteen. His confession to the US magazine/website, People came just months after an audio-tape was leaked to the media in which he was said to be heard discussing these incidents. It was recorded during a confidential marriage-therapy session in 2012 with his estranged wife, actress, Faye Grant and without – he claims – his knowledge or consent.

Stephen Collins

Stephen Collins

As it happens, 2014 was something of a year for abuse allegations either made by or against the celebrity set. The rape-accusations surrounding veteran comedian and TV-actor, Bill Cosby attracted the most attention, and still do. But there were other notables. For example, sometime during the end of last year, the broadcaster, Howard Stern asked Pop-star, Lady Gaga whether shed been raped by a record-producer at some point in her life. She answered the question with few specifics but did seem to imply nevertheless that – yes – she had been, when she was nineteen, by a man who was twenty years older than her. Shes reportedly denied claims that the as yet unnamed individual was none other than Dr. Luke, the 41-year-old songwriter and music-producer. He himself reacted to the accusations by launching a lawsuit for defamation against prominent criminal-attorney-to-the-stars, Mark Geragos who – so were led to understand – sent a number of strongly-suggestive Tweets (most of which, its said, have since been deleted) that alleged the Pop hit-maker was the rapist in question. I said it because its true, the lawyer told entertainment-news website TMZ after the Twitter posts were pounced on by the media. Furthermore, he revealed his intention to call in Lady Gaga to give evidence for one of his clients, fellow Pop-star, Kesha, who in October 2014 filed a lawsuit for sexual-assault and battery against Dr. Luke. According to her legal complaint, the music-producer, whos credited with playing a prominent role in her career from the beginning, has sexually, physically, verbally and emotionally abused her for the past ten years in order to destroy her self-confidence, self-image, and self-worth so that he could maintain complete control over her life and career. Theres also references to her stint in rehab in January to March last year. The continuous and ongoing years of sexually, physical, verbal and emotional abuse and harassment at the hands of Dr. Luke took their toll, it states. She was forced to seek emergency medical help. Dr. Lukes abuse had caused her to suffer from Bulimia Nervosa, an eating disorder Doctors at the facility told her and her family that the blood pressure and sodium levels were similar to levels found in patients following a heart attack or stroke. She suffered from psychological effects caused by Dr. Lukes abuse, including severe depression, post-traumatic stress, social isolation, and panic attacks. The psychological effects of the repeated abuse suffered were continuous and ongoing…” Sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse, trauma well-worn words when describing the horrors experienced by an alleged Mind-Kontrolled Pop-puppet. She announced a change of identity of sorts after checking out of rehab; she reverted back to her birth-name, dropping the $ symbol for the letter s. Sources close to the celebrity were reported as saying the reason for this was because she was looking for a fresh start and the previous moniker reminded her of her old self. Make of that what you will. And likewise with regards to another star of sound and screen, Amanda Bynes. According to reports in October last year, she was admitted to a California hospital on an involuntary psychiatric-hold after posting a series of allegations against her father on Twitter, accusing him of physically, verbally and sexually abusing her. She then backtracked on these accusations shortly afterwards, Tweeting, my dad never did any of those things. The microchip in my brain made me say those things but hes the one that ordered them to microchip me. Strong stuff but perhaps not surprising when considering her back-story. Its one thats rife with details that you might collectively term, MK clues. For example, Bynes had been on the receiving-end of an involuntary psychiatric-hold prior to 2014. It happened in July of the previous year after she was involved in a series of often reckless and sometimes bizarre occurrences that included a drug-arrest, a number of motor-related episodes (for example, she was charged for two alleged hit-and-run incidents, although these were later dropped), and finally, a small fire that she was accused of starting in front of a strangers house in California and which was said to be the reason for her enforced hospitalisation after police were called. According to reports, a witness at the scene says they saw Bynes lying down near the driveway of the property with her left trouser-leg ablaze and exclaiming that her dog had been burned by the flames. There were also accounts that the animal in question was soaked in gasoline. During her spell on psychiatric-hold, TMZ stated that it had received information from sources that doctors had concluded the star was suffering from schizophrenic tendencies theres a good Amanda and a bad Amanda. The website reported that the star almost mimics an exorcism when talking about the bad Amanda, pulling at her body as if to remove the demon, and even biting herself. Furthermore, when hospital-staff quizzed her about the fire during a lucid spell when she was kind, quiet and nice her personality changed radically. She got frustrated and then shut down. Her fragile mental state was reportedly recognised by the courts which, as a result, accepted her parents request for temporary control of her personal affairs including her estate worth somewhere between three to over five million dollars. Once again, following her 2014 hospitalisation, they were granted conservatorship. This most recent move was slammed by Amanda on her release in October. She Tweeted, I am more than capable of handling my personal life and finances and I am enraged. Most interestingly of all, she then not only accused her mother and father of stealing money from her, but for doing so with the participation of an extremely notorious individual, an individual who she also held partly responsible for having her hospitalised, none other than Sam Lutfi. He was Britney Spearss so-called manager during her suspected MK meltdown back in 2007-2008 when she was, like Bynes years later, involved in a series of occasionally peculiar incidents that saw her shaving off all her hair, and attacking paparazzi with an umbrella before being put on – wait for it – psychiatric-hold. The Baby One More Time stars parents reportedly blamed him for his involvement in their daughters mental decline and slapped a restraining-order on him, stating, Mr. Lufti essentially moved into Britneys home and purported to take control of her life, home and finances. He also drugged Britney. Lufti – whos also been linked to other suspected MK-puppets including Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan – denied the accusations. Byness parents meanwhile are said to have rejected their daughters accusations that this so-called svengali was in any way plotting in league with them.

From top-left to right: Dr. Luke and Kesha pictured in 2011; Sam Lutfi and Britney Spears; Amanda Bynes circa 2013; Lady Gaga

Clockwise from top-left: Dr. Luke and Kesha pictured in 2011; Sam Lutfi and Britney Spears; Amanda Bynes circa 2013; Lady Gaga

As far as Conspiro Media can ascertain, 28-year-old Bynes is currently involved in a legal battle to win back control of her estate and personal affairs. A future article examining these events – as well as one focusing on the controversy surrounding Kesha, Lady Gaga and Dr. Luke – is most certainly being considered for inclusion on this site as is a feature on the role of the CIA in music. This will be in response to claims late last year that a firm based in Washington DC that works for the US Government-backed USAID (United States Agency for International Development) had secretly infiltrated Cubas underground Hip Hop movement for more than two years, recruiting unwitting rappers in a covert plot to spark youth unrest in Cuba and bring about regime-change in that country. The news-agency, Associated Press reported in 2014 that it had obtained documents, thousands of pages of contracts, e-mails, preserved chats, budgets, expense-reports, power-points, photographs and passports” directly linking this secret program to ’Creative Associates International, the aforementioned Washington firm. The AP states that “the idea was to use Cuban musicians ‘to break the information blockade’ and build a network of young people seeking ‘social change.’ At first, the Hip Hop operation was run in Cuba by Serbian contractor Rajko Bozic. His project was inspired by the protest concerts of the student movement that helped undermine former Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic in 2000.” In Cuba, Bozic “homed in swiftly on Los Aldeanos, a Hip Hop group frustrated by official pressure and widely respected by Cuban youth for its hard-hitting lyrics. Creative used a Panama front-company and a bank in Lichtenstein to hide the money-trail from Cuba, where thousands of dollars went to fund a TV-programme starring Los Aldeanos. It would be distributed on DVDs to circumvent Cuba’s censors.” The forthcoming ‘Conspiro Media’ article will provide a recap of all the allegations put forward by the AP (for what you’ve read here thus far is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg) as well as taking a closer look at the notorious histories of both Creative Associates International and USAID, an agency that – according to its website – “works to end extreme global poverty and enable resilient, democratic societies to realise their potential.” It claims to go about this through a variety of efforts that – on the face of it – might appear innocent enough to the casual observer; It “invests in… providing life-saving assistance in the wake of disaster, investing in agriculture, health-systems.” It ‘believes in’ “promoting free, peaceful, and self-reliant societies with effective, legitimate governments.” However, since its formation in 1961 under the watch of President John F. Kennedy, it’s been accused of meddling covertly in overseas affairs whether it be by influencing foreign elections and revolutions, or by supporting and/or administering torture and death. Mark Weisbrot, an American economist and founder of the think-tank, ’The Centre for Economic and Policy Research,’ is quoted as saying, “in a number of countries, including Venezuela and Bolivia, USAID is acting more as an agency involved in covert action, like the CIA, than as an aid or development agency.” In an April 2014 article, William Blum, former US State Department employee, now author and historian, wrote, “the grandly-named Agency for International Development does not have an honourable history; this can perhaps be captured by a couple of examples: In 1981, the agency’s director, John Gilligan, stated, ‘at one time, many USAID field-offices were infiltrated from top to bottom with CIA people. The idea was to plant operatives in every kind of activity we had overseas, government, volunteer, religious, every kind.’ On June 21st 2012, the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) issued a resolution calling for the immediate expulsion of USAID from their nine-member countries, ‘due to the fact that we consider their presence and actions to constitute an interference which threatens the sovereignty and stability of our nations.’ USAID, the CIA… together or singly, continue to be present at regime-changes, or attempts at same, favourable to Washington, from ‘colour revolutions’ to ‘spring’ uprisings, producing a large measure of chaos and suffering…”

So there you have it… just some events there from 2014, a year that ended with a few notable (and significant) words from Pop’s much-maligned ‘dark priestess,’ Madonna. During a Q&A-session with the music-magazine/website, ‘Rolling Stone,’ she revealed the inspiration behind six new tracks that, she claims, she was forced to rush-release after “unfinished” versions were leaked online without her permission. One of them is titled, ’Illuminati.’ In it, you can hear her state, “it‘s not Jay-Z and Beyonce; It‘s not Nicki or Lil Wayne; It‘s not Oprah and Obama; the Pope and Rihanna; Queen Elizabeth or Kanye. It‘s not pentagrams or witchcraft; It‘s not triangles or stacks of cash; Black magic or Gaga, Gucci or Prada. The all-seeing eye is watching tonight, that‘s what it is; Truth in the Light. Nothing to hide, secrets in sight.” You can check out the lyrics in full here:

“People are always using the word Illuminati but they’re always referencing it in the wrong way,” she opined to ‘Rolling Stone.’ “People often accuse me of being a member of the Illuminati and I think in today’s Pop-culture the Illuminati is perceived as a group of powerful, successful people who are working behind the scenes to control the universe. Not people with consciousness, not people who are enlightened. So people were accusing me of being a member of the Illuminati, and I kept going, wait – so first I had to figure out what that meant. Madonna 2014I know who the real Illuminati are, and I know where the word comes from. The real Illuminati were a group of scientists, artists, philosophers, writers, who came about in what is referred to as the Age of Enlightenment, after the Dark Ages, when there was no writing and no art and no creativity and no spirituality, and life was really at a standstill. And right after that, everything flourished. So we had people like Shakespeare and Leonardo Da Vinci and Michaelangelo and Isaac Newton, and all these great minds and great thinkers, and they were called Illuminati… They were illuminating people. It had nothing to do with money and power. Of course they were powerful, because they influenced people. But their goal was to inspire and enlighten. So when people refer to me as a member of the Illuminati, I always want to say, ’thank you. Thank you for putting me in that category.’ But before I can say ‘thank you,’ I feel like I had to write a song about what I believe the Illuminati to be, and what it isn‘t.” She most certainly wasn’t the only celebrity and oft-alleged ‘Illuminati stooge’ to comment publicly in 2014 on this notorious secret society, and – again – ‘Rolling Stone’ was there to document it. Katy-Perry-Rolling-Stone-Cover-August-2014In one of its summer editions, Popstress, Katy Perry was quoted as saying, “listen, if the Illuminati exist, I would like to be invited! I see all that s**t, and I’m like, ’come on, let me in! I want to be in the club!’ I guess you’ve kind of made it when they think you’re in the Illuminati. But listen, I believe in aliens, so if people want to believe in Illuminati, great.“ She claimed to have “no idea what it is. It sounds crazy. Weird people on the internet that have nothing to do find, like, strange triangles in your hand-motions.”

On the subject of “triangles” and “hand-motions” briefly, movie-actor and comedian, Jim Carrey gave us a new comedic interpretation of – for want of a better term – ‘Illuminati symbolism’ when he appeared on the US TV chat-show, ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ last year…

Jim Carrey's Secret Hand Signal5

When Kimmel asked him what the unusual signal meant, Carrey – to laughs from the studio-audience – replied, “you don’t know what that is? Come on, Jimmy. Seriously. The time is up. People are hip to this kind of stuff. I’m here tonight to blow the lid off it, to be the whistleblower. I’m sick and tired of the secrets and the lies. It is the secret symbol of the Illuminati… and it is the ‘all-mocking tongue.’ And I’m sick of it. I want everybody to be in on the joke, man. You know what I mean? For years now, talk-show hosts, people on television, people on sitcoms, have been hired by the Government to throw you off the track – to distract you, to make you laugh… make you happy and docile so you don’t know what’s really going on.” If you haven‘t yet seen it, take a look…

Actually, Carrey’s ’Kimmel’ appearance wasn’t the only occasion during 2014 when he publicly referred to “the Illuminati.” Here he is mentioning it in passing on ’Saturday Night Live’ during a skit parodying television-dating shows…

Judging by the comments left on blogs, forums, and chat-boxes amongst the more ‘Alternative-minded’ of us last year, opinion is divided as to what Carrey was aiming to achieve with these references. Was he mocking so-called ’conspiracy theorists’? Perhaps the intention was to cheapen and damage the credibility of, not only those of us who follow this line of research, but the very idea – the very possibility – that there do exist secret plots to control the masses? Or maybe – just maybe – he actually was whistleblowing, but secretly, through his characteristic brand of comedy?

Whatever the real reason was for Carrey’s public nod to ‘the Illuminati’ during 2014, one thing’s for sure, it’s no longer a subject exclusively discussed and debated on the fringes. As noted in a ‘Conspiro Media’ January 2014 article that reviewed events and happenings of 2013, this recent mainstream-media acknowledgement has been slowly brewing and growing for some time. So, it only stands to reason, there’ll be millions of people out there now who’re aware of this secret society – not from researchers, authors, journalists, and prominent speakers within the ’Truth circuit’ – but from the comments of globally-famous Pop-culture icons. Putting aside any questions or doubts as to what motivated these celebrities to respond to this subject in the way they did, there is of course an opportunity here for those of us with an interest in keeping abreast of the One World Agenda to take advantage of; We should be on hand in the face of this growing mass awareness, to guide and assist those who’ve been led to this point of consciousness by the likes of Carrey, Perry and Madonna and who are largely unfamiliar with the details of any grand (and very real) globalist conspiracy, to point them towards knowledge and information that we (you) believe to be credible and as reliable as possible (should they so ask or seek of course).

It’s appropriate then that ‘Conspiro Media’ is all set to follow-through with its much desired expansion now, because, as it stands, this site currently doesn’t possess the capacity to accommodate the rapid succession of events such as unfolded in 2014 – and hence why there’s been a serious lack of regularly updated material here in general actually (let alone in the last twelve months).

The overarching problem that’s contributed to the site’s shortage of frequent postings is… time. You see, in a genuine bid to deliver the most relevant, reliable and significant information possible, each article that’s available to see here will have been as a result of anywhere between a week to six month’s-worth of work. Most of this is spent on painstaking research (fact-finding, reference-hunting, cross-checking), and also – to a lesser extent – on the collating and arranging of all the relevant and useful data into a readable-enough format once it‘s been collected. Obviously, the priority is to get all this completed and published as soon as is possible. In order to achieve this however, one must apply a single-minded approach, and ultimately, at the cost of reporting on any breaking news-items and topics occurring in the meantime that might be relevant to this site.

The solution to this problem is… space. ‘Conspiro Media’ can – potentially – supply information on the latest news-events of relevance as and when they happen whilst continuing to deliver the usual, familiar heavily-researched articles as well, ideally, by moving away from the confines of the current web-address, ‘,’ to a more expansive location which can accommodate multiple pages of content more satisfactorily. It’s there (so it’s planned) you’ll be able to access a user-friendly menu-board that guides you towards the proposed ‘News Headlines’ area where you’ll be able to check out all the most recent developments, posted in a variety of forms, more often than not taken directly from outside-sourced reports (with the occasional additional commentary from ‘Conspiro Media‘ too) and complete with links straight to the sites they‘re lifted from. Meanwhile, the customary heavier articles will be published and available to read elsewhere in a separately-designated section of their own. All this should (it’s hoped) ensure that there’ll always be something fresh to see whenever you should choose to come and take a look. Also, don’t forget about the inclusion of an area dedicated to showcasing conscious-minded music-artists, so, please, if you’re a singer, rapper, musician, producer/remixer/DJ who has something meaningful to share, do get in touch and pass on your details, either by adding them to the ’comments’ section (via the speech-bubble at the top of this post) or by e-mail (contact, me – Matt Sergiou – at

It should be pointed out that this proposed expansion is currently in the very, very early planning stages. There have been discussions with one or two web-designers as to how this idea can be transformed into a reality, but that‘s as far as it‘s gone to date, so, it’ll be sometime yet before we’ll see the finished result – it could take three months, maybe six, perhaps twelve (the sooner the better, preferably). I sincerely hope you’ll keep checking back for any new articles that’ll be posted here in the meantime though – even if they are somewhat infrequent.

The author of a new book about movie symbolism chats to ‘Conspiro Media.’


A new book examining the occult motifs contained within popular films such as ‘The Wizard of Oz,’ and ‘Fight Club,’ as well as in the ‘Lord of the Rings’ series and the ‘Back to the Future’ trilogy is now available, and ‘Conspiro Media’ has interviewed the author for an up-close-and-personal perspective.
Why is James Bond’s numerical designation, ‘007’? Where does the name ‘Luke Skywalker’ come from? What’s the deadly bunny rabbit in Monty Python’s ’Holy Grail’ film representative of?… These are just some of the questions that are discussed with Robert W. Sullivan IV, the man behind, ‘Cinema Symbolism: A Guide to Esoteric Imagery in Popular Movies.’
Born and currently based in the US State of Maryland, 43-year-old Sullivan is a lawyer, jurist, historian, theologian, and antiquarian. In 1997, he joined Amicable-St. John’s Lodge #25, Baltimore, and, in 1999, became a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason (‘Valley of Baltimore, Orient of Maryland’). His first published work was 2012’s ‘The Royal Arch of Enoch: The Impact of Masonic Ritual, Philosophy, and Symbolism.’ This book – in his own words – “presents a real-life ‘Da Vinci Code / National Treasure’ mystery which, until the publication of this book, was previously unknown to history and historians in both the East and West.” The result of over twenty years of research, it “documents an undiscovered historical anomaly: How a high-degree Masonic ritual – developed in France in the mid-1700s – included elements of the ‘Book of Enoch’ (AKA I Enoch) which was considered lost until Freemason and traveller, James Bruce returned to Europe with copies from Ethiopia in 1773. This high-degree ritual titled, ‘The Royal Arch of Enoch,’ documents the recovery of the ‘lost word of a Master Mason,’ the Name of God.” It “also documents the symbolic restoration of the sun as the premier icon in all of Freemasonry.” Allegories pertaining to the sun are, as you might expect, at the core of ‘Cinema Symbolism.’ Sullivan talks about this during the ‘Conspiro Media’ interview, detailing the overarching solar motifs that are the inspiration for many of our best-loved and known movie characters and plotlines. They’re referencing ancient legends and myths associated with, what he describes in his new book as, “the idolatrous worship of the solar great father.” This inevitably leads us into the realm of astrotheology where the story of Jesus is revealed to be a metaphor symbolising the journey of the sun as it makes its way through each house of the zodiac from a northern hemisphere perspective beginning at the Spring/vernal equinox point (March 20th/21st) when its power and influence on the Earth starts to strengthen. Sullivan writes in his introduction, “the adoration and worship of the sun is the sign of Pisces in Christianity. For example, Jesus walks on water and washes feet since Pisces is a water sign that rules the feet. Jesus has also 12 Apostles who are the 12 houses of the zodiac anthropomorphised. Within occult Christianity, Jesus is the ‘sun of God’ who is dead and buried at the winter solstice (December 20th-22nd) only to be resurrected at the vernal equinox culminating with the ‘Easter’ celebration of the sun emerging from the three-month tomb of winter announcing longer days and warmer weather.” In movies, Sullivan tells ‘Conspiro Media,’ the sun is Neo from ‘The Matrix’ and Chance the gardener in the Oscar-winning 1979 film ‘Being There’ with Peter Sellers (to name but only two). Then there’s the counter-balance of the moon – the “lunar great mother.” This can be seen in the Princess Leia character in 1977’s ‘Star Wars,’ a heroine-figure who wears white robes “personifying the moon’s nocturnal brilliance.”

Robert's new book.

Robert’s new book.

‘Cinema Symbolism,’ also delves into movies that are immersed in iconography linked to numerology, the Tarot, alchemy, Freemasonry, and the doctrines of Gnosticism (which is a word taken from the ancient Greek, γνωστικός; ’gnostigos’ / ’learned’ from ’gnosis’; ’knowledge’). As Sullivan states in his book-intro, “Gnostic ideas influenced many ancient religions which teach that gnosis – variously interpreted as knowledge, enlightenment, salvation, emancipation or oneness with God – may be reached by practising philanthropy to the point of personal poverty, sexual abstinence and diligently searching for wisdom by helping others.”
In the ‘Conspiro Media’ interview (available directly below), Robert gives us his take on a number of films including ‘Black Swan’ and ‘The Omen’ and ‘Matrix’ trilogies, as well as the aforementioned ‘Star Wars‘ and James Bond series, ‘Being There,‘ and ‘Holy Grail.‘ In fact, he talks at some length about the Monty Python comedy-team and the very strong likelihood that they were (and are) very ‘switched-in’ to occult ideas, as was 007 creator, Ian Fleming incidentally.
He also talks about Bram Stoker’s Dracula in relation to Theosophy and Helena Blavatsky, the influence of occultists Aleister Crowley and John Dee in the world of entertainment, and the oft-asked question – that being; why exactly do top directors, producers, and screenwriters blanket their movies in occult symbolism?…

* This interview was recorded on August 12th 2014*


You can find out more about Robert at his website:

‘Cinema Symbolism’ (and ‘The Royal Arch of Enoch’) is available to buy from the following page on Robert’s site:


Not so long ago, the Illuminati was a little-known secret society acknowledged and discussed by few on the fringes. In recent years that’s changed and no more so than in 2013, a year when it was widely cited by the mainstream media. ‘Conspiro Media’ looks back…

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Before we consign 2013 into the archives once and for all, let’s just take one last look at it because it was the year when the Mainstream Media & Entertainment Complex was talking “Illuminati.” This is nothing new of course, after all, a number of famous celebrities have gone public in recent times to downplay their alleged involvement in the secret society and its dark practises. When Rihanna was asked during a 2009 interview with New York Hip Hop / R&B radio-station, ‘Hot 97’ if there was anything that the general public might’ve misunderstood about her, she answered that “them reading into my hand over my eye on my album-cover” was perhaps worth noting. She was referring to her album, ‘Rated R.’ She then joked, “I’m a Devil worshipper, what you talking about?!”

Rihanna's 'Rated R' album-cover.

Rihanna’s ‘Rated R’ album-cover.

Fellow suspect, Jay-Z meanwhile, the man who signed her to the ‘Def Jam’ label in the early 2000s, has also publicly refuted claims of Satanic worship and affiliations to secret orders, most notably on the track, ‘Free Mason’ taken from rapper Rick Ross’s 2010 album, ‘Teflon Don’ in which he states, “rumours of Lucifer, I don’t know who to trust / Whole world want my demise; turn the music up / Hear me clearly: if y’all niggas hear me just say y’all fear me / F**k all these fairytales. Go to Hell.” When his friend and associate Kanye West decided to go public on ‘Twitter’ in 2010 to rubbish claims that he too was in the Illuminati, he jokingly Tweeted, “I’ve got question about ‘the illuminati’ … what is it exactly ??? … and why do people think pop stars have a membership???!!! LOL.” He asked, “is illuminati and devil worshipping like the same thing … do they have a social network that celebs can sign up for?” Also, “… can you devil worship on the new iphone??? LOL!!! What’s better for devil worshipping Iphone or the Droid… Does lucifer return text… is he or she on Skype? Don’t wanna be sexist.” That same year during an interview on ‘MTV News,’ he responded to the speculation, especially with regards to a clip that surfaced on ‘YouTube’ of him at a 2009 gig spitting the lyrics, “I sold my soul to the Devil/I know it’s a crappy deal/least it came with a few toys like a happy meal/I’m spaced out God/I be on that moon talk/ I wonder if God ask Mike how to moonwalk…” He said, “there’s this line where I say, ‘I sold my soul to the Devil, that’s a crappy deal,’ and all these people said, ‘what you mean you sold your soul to the Devil?’ But when I say it, I’m saying, when I allow other people’s ideals to interfere with what I know is true to myself, that’s the Devil… So, it’s like, people talking mess on the blogs is the Devil or …trying to call me names, that’s what the Devil is. And me thinking twice about what it is that’s really in my heart because of what people’s reaction would be is me selling my soul to the Devil.” In 2012, Justin Beiber asked presenter, Nick Grimshaw during an interview for the BBC’s ‘Radio 1’ if he was in the Illuminati after checking out a tattoo on his arm. The singer – without any provocation – then said, “isn’t it so funny… how many rumours are spread about how many people are supposedly in the Illuminati? Everybody is in the Illuminati supposedly. I’m not. I’m not in the Illuminati, guys.” That same year came the track, ‘Outta My Mind’ by American artist, B.o.B and guest-rapper, Nicki Minaj who can be heard exclaiming on it, “told my baby when I get my new advance / I’mma blow that mother*****r on a blue Bugatti / You know I graduated summa cum laude / That’s why they thinking I’m Illuminati.” You can read more about that in the following ‘Conspiro Media’ article from May that year:

‘Conspiro Media’ also reported on the 2012 hit single, ‘Turn Up the Love’ by US Rap quartet, Far East Movement which – as it apparently turned out – was the first song with the word ‘Illuminati’ in its lyrics to make it into the UK Top 40 chart. In what appears to be an attempt to deny any alleged connections to the cabal, the second verse features the line, “too legit, we can’t quit the party / Super freaks, no Illuminati.“ Find out more here:

What differentiates 2013 from what came before it (and, as a result, the examples above) is it that it was the year when the subject was no longer only to be found in a lyric or radio/TV-interview not likely to have been seen or heard well beyond the eyes and ears of youngsters, music-fans, or indeed those of us keeping a keen watch on the Alternative media. It was when the “the Illuminati” was name-checked by mainstream news gatherers and primetime television, and not only by the usual bunch of rappers and singers, but actors, actresses and their equally famous (and suspect) friends and associates too, including business figures such as Sir Richard Branson. The ‘Virgin’ boss made his voice heard on the subject in no uncertain terms in May last year when he appeared alongside Hollywood star, Olivia Wilde, and U2’s Bono in a campaign-ad for ’,’ a charity co-founded by Matt Damon which, according to its official website, “believes everyone in the world should have sustainable and affordable access to safe water and sanitation,” although the majority of its projects are focused on some of the most vulnerable regions of Africa and Asia. In February 2013, the ‘Bourne Identity’ actor released a short ‘YouTube’ video of himself holding a mock news conference in which he announces that he will not visit the bathroom until every person in the world has access to clean water and a toilet. It ends with an appeal for viewers to visit the charity‘s web-page, ‘‘ Commenting on the spoof, he told the ‘LA Times’ that he hoped it would “generate new levels of awareness and participation in the cause.” The May campaign-ad featuring Branson, Bono, and Wilde was a follow-on to that. However, for some mind-boggling reason, all three of them – with the exception of Damon who also briefly appears – are shown jokingly referring to their supposed membership in “the Illuminati” for a significant chunk of it. What relevance this has with regards to the charity’s message is anybody’s guess – assuming there’s even a connection of course. Is it meant to be a stab at ‘comedy’ or ‘satire’? Perhaps it’s a bid to trivialise and/or ‘normalise’ the goals of the New World Order Plan within mainstream consciousness? What is quite clear is that it’s partly an attempt to reject and ridicule the growing number of us who seriously believe that such an agenda does exist. For example, during the ad, Bono tells us that “780 million people – that’s one in nine – lacks access to safe water,” continuing, “this is one conspiracy we can all agree on.” Why those involved would choose a campaign highlighting the importance of clean water to do this is not only baffling but somewhat inappropriate. Maybe the U2 front-man and friend of Presidents and Prime Ministers the world over is fed-up of critics questioning his supposed efforts to end global suffering? In 2010, his ‘ONE’ anti-poverty / disease organisation was under the spotlight following reports that it had received almost £9.6 million in donations in 2008, but handed out only £118,000 to good causes. In defence, one of its spokesmen stated at the time, “we don’t provide programmes on the ground. We’re an advocacy and campaigning organisation.” What’s more worrying is the fact that most of its funding comes from the ‘Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation,’ a long suspected champion of eugenics, especially in the so-called ‘Third World’ – a region that ONE focuses much of its attention. Furthermore, according to the foundation’s own website, “ONE originated from conversations between Bill Gates and Bono in the early 2000s,” which then led to them creating “an anti-poverty advocacy organisation called ‘DATA’” (… interesting choice of moniker). Formed in 2002, DATA also received the backing of equally suspicious figures such as ‘Sir’ Bob Geldof and the notorious George Soros. In 2007, it merged forces with ONE and now operates under its name. Two bigwigs at the ’Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation,’ Joe Cerrell and Jeff Raikes, sit on its board of directors, as do Helen D. Gayle – previously a member of the ’Rockefeller Foundation’ and the ’Council on Foreign Relations’ (CFR), Sheryl Sandberg – Chief Operating Officer at ’Facebook’ and onetime economist at the ’World Bank,’ Lawrence Summers (former World Bank), Morton H. Halpern (former CFR), and Condoleeza Rice (enough said!).

In October 2013, the long-established US magazine, ‘Rolling Stone’ made note of the Illuminati too. It did so in a lengthy interview with Popstress, Ke$ha who talked to journalist, Eric Spitznagel about the rumours of her alleged links to it. Here’s an excerpt:

ERIC SPITZNAGEL: Your last few videos, ‘Die Young’ and ‘Crazy Kids,’ featured a lot of Illuminati and occult imagery, with the inverted crosses and pentagrams and whatnot. There have even been online conspiracy theories that you’re working for the Illuminati.

KE$HA: It’s so much worse than they think. I’m really the leader of the Illuminati. That’s true.

E.S.: Thank you for finally admitting it.

KE$HA: I try to be straight forward.

E.S.: But seriously, the eyeball on your hand? Are you not trying to brainwash kids into thinking the Illuminati is cool?

KE$HA: Well actually, the eye on my hand is now a tattoo. So there’s no getting away from that one. It is what it is.

E.S.: Your videos aside, what’s the most occult thing you’ve ever done?

KE$HA: When I spend time at my house, it can get pretty occulty. I’ll have people put on robes, and I have an entire room in my house devoted to glitter. Sometimes I’ll just fill it up like a bathtub. There’s also a room that’s just dedicated to painting. So like, you can roll around on the floor, you can be naked, you can paint your body, whatever you want.

E.S.: And this seems like occult behaviour to you? Kesha-Crazy Kids video

KE$HA: Oh, and I also live in the woods. When it gets really late, we just run through the woods, screaming like banshees, covered in paint and glitter. This happens whenever I throw a party. Like, s**t just gets out of control.

E.S.: It’s becoming very clear that you have nothing whatsoever to do with the Illuminati.

KE$HA: (Laughs). What gave me away?

Was the ‘Rolling Stone’ journalist genuinely interested to know if Ke$ha is willingly “working for the Illuminati,” or was there another motive behind him raising this question? After all, there is a light-hearted tone to the exchange which might suggest that he was merely broaching the subject in order to treat it like a joke, just another loony conspiracy theory to be tossed aside? Maybe this was the intention all along, a joint strategy worked out beforehand by the magazine and the Pop-star’s controllers to throw casual readers off-guard? However, do note that there’s no straight answer provided when he asks her if she’s “trying to brainwash kids into thinking the Illuminati is cool.” This doesn’t necessarily mean a lack of co-operation on her part of course. Could be that she said plenty on the matter, enough in fact to confirm what many commentators on the occult workings of the music-industry have long suspected. It might’ve been edited out before publication though. It certainly wouldn’t be the first time; After her song, ‘Die Young’ was reportedly pulled from radio play-lists following the Sandy Hook drama due to its inappropriate lyrics about making “the most of the night like we’re gonna die young / We’re gonna die young / We’re gonna die young,” Ke$ha took to ‘Twitter’ claiming, “I had my very own issues with ‘die young‘ for this reason. I did NOT want to sing those lyrics and I was FORCED TO.” Not long later though, this short, sharp statement which could be (and has been) held up as evidence that Pop-stars are puppets pushing dark agendas, was deleted prompting widespread media speculation – both Alternative and mainstream. Why was it wiped? Was it because footage of an interview surfaced that clearly contradicted her Tweet and as a consequence made her look to some reporters as though she was trying to distance herself from anything linked to Sandy Hook? She’d told New York radio-station ‘95.5 WPLJ’ weeks earlier that she “wrote and rewrote that song ten times,” and that “every word rings true to me because I would never want to misrepresent myself”? Or was it deleted because she’d sailed far too close to The Truth, so close that her masters gave her no choice but to remove it? She made a bid to explain herself in a posting on her website, stating, “after such a tragic event I was feeling a lot of emotion and sadness when I said I was forced to sing some of the lyrics to ‘Die Young.’ Forced is not the right word. I did have some concerns about the phrase ‘die young’ in the chorus when we were writing the lyrics especially because so many of my fans are young… But the point of the song is the importance of living every day to the fullest and staying young at heart.”

Released three months before Sandy Hook, ‘Die Young’ is, as journalist, Eric Spitznagel hints, drowning in dark, occult, imagery, from upside-down crosses to pentagrams, skull and bones, Egyptian Eye of Horus symbols, and pyramids, as well as hints of lesbianism, and flash-scenes of animals having sex. Yep – just another slice of wholesome entertainment for those young fans that Ke$ha’s concerned about, then. You can read her ‘Rolling Stone’ interview in its entirety in the link below and find out more about the “vaginal exorcism” that her healer performed on her to rid her of the “dead entities” that “cling” to her. Could have something to do with the company that she keeps?…

Mainstream media acknowledgement of the Illuminati continued when it received a mention in December 2013 on one of TV’s best known programmes ever. Hailed as “America’s favourite quiz-show,” and with an estimated weekly audience of 28 million, the long-running, ‘Jeopardy!’ highlighted the subject in a question put to contestant, Carlos Ross, a customer-services representative from Boston, Massachusetts. In order to double his cash prize from $9,200 up to $18,400, he was asked for “the name of this secret sect said to have formed in 1776” which “is from the Latin for ‘enlightenment’… “ Nodding his head knowingly even before the poser was fully read out to him by host, Alex Trebek, he answered correctly and won his bonus. Jeopardy Illuminati

Earlier in November, good-for-nothing celebrity, Kim Kardashian was hitting back at claims she was Illuminati after she posted a self-made collage on ‘Twitter’ to mark the birthday of her friend, Brittn Gastineau. Because it featured a photograph of them both inside a triangle and also what could be (and was) perceived to be the shape of an eye, the reality-TV star was soon facing a backlash from posters, one of whom stated, “if this doesn’t scream illuminati I don’t know what does.”


Kardashian posted back and denied the accusations…


Her claim that she’s “a Christian” who’s “not into” cults appears to be at odds with a photo she posted to her ’Instagram’ account earlier in April that year in which she’s showing off a bracelet complete with depictions of Baphomet, the half-human / half-goat figure said to have been partly based on The Devil in Tarot cards and revered by notorious occultist, Aleister Crowley and adopted by ‘The Church of Satan.’ One onlooker who viewed the photograph replied, “illuminati.”



What’s interesting about the reports of Kardashian’s supposed links to the Illuminati is not that some of them came from the mainstream entertainment/gossip/news-media, but that most them did. The celebrity-obsessed website, ‘E Online’ – a branch of the ‘E!’ cable and satellite TV channel owned by the conglomerate, ‘NBCUniversal’ – even went as far as to explain the origins of the secret society and its goals for world domination (albeit very briefly and somewhat flippantly) when it covered all the controversy surrounding her birthday photo with Brittn Gastineau in an article that not only sided with the reality-star, but mocked the theories:

Not every mainstream report was as judgemental as you might expect though, including ones from ‘,’ the ‘Latin Post,’ and even the ‘International Business Times,’ all of which remained impartial, as did an article from the ’MailOnline,’ the website offshoot of the British tabloid, the ‘Daily Mail.’ In fact, it was borrowed ‘copy & paste’-style by Alex Jones’s ‘’ – and two days after it was published too. So, in a rare occurrence, the Alternative-news community was playing catch-up with its corporate competitors over a topic it normally would have been spearheading and which the mainstream wouldn’t have touched with a barge-stick. When Kardashian hit the headlines again over fresh “Illuminati” allegations weeks after her birthday-photo Tweet first went viral, the ‘MailOnline’ even ventured as far as to issue an article about it that appeared to be mimicking the approach of ‘Vigilant Citizen’ and other similar conspiracy-sites although in a seriously watered-down style. It was to do with the fuss surrounding the 2013 Christmas card that Kim posed for alongside the rest of her famous family-members. The website honed in on some of the blatant occult symbols it was festooned with, and which were fuelling the headlines. Titled, ‘Biting satire on the nature of fame, sinister Illuminati message… What does the Kardashians’ bizarre Christmas card really mean and are they in on the joke?’, the ‘MailOnline’ article stated: Riven with symbols, secret messages and evocative imagery; this year’s Kardashians’ Christmas card is a radical departure from their classic glamorous ensemble shot. Composed by Kanye West’s favourite photographic auteur, David LaChapelle, the complicated scene is a muddle of intriguing narratives that suggest there’s a wry commentary on the nature of the reality family’s fame at play; and perhaps even a message from secret society, The Illuminati. But are momager Kris and her ubiquitous daughters in on the satire? And how do you even begin to decipher it all… MailOnline is here to help.

It continues…

Modern myth-making: While the baby could signify missing Nori, the Illuminati pyramid and All-Seeing Eye is what’s got conspiracists all whipped up:


And there it is again: The Illuminati symbol pops up again between Kylie and Kendall and in front of a packet of ‘Wheaties’ featuring Bruce Jenner in the ’70s; it’s clear the photographer is having fun:


Note that the ‘MailOnline’ is putting forward the suggestion that the Kardashians’ highly suggestive Christmas card is “satire” – a bit of “fun“ – perhaps to deter the website’s casual reader from subscribing to the increasingly popular view that there’s a seriously dark message hidden within the symbols that needs to be investigated and exposed. Not surprising then that the article doesn’t draw attention to the visual clues pertaining to Mind-Control and child exploitation as picked up by the real-deal, ‘Vigilant Citizen’ in a piece posted a day earlier and which concluded:

Behind the Jenner sisters are two Illuminati pyramids, complete with the All-Seeing Eye. The card can’t be clearer about “owns” this entire family. Scattered around the card are dismembered mannequins, a symbol that is often used to represent Mind Control, a practice that is rampant in the Illuminati entertainment industry.

eye mannequins

Khloe Kardashian poses sitting on the backseat of a car (why?) while Kourtney’s son Mason lays on it, looking as if life was sucked out of him. Above them is a cardboard cut-out looking like a baby-Jesus, with a glory around its head. Is that North West? The matriarch of the family, Kris Jenner looks like some kind of female Pharaoh while Bruce is distress, stuck in a tube, about to run out of air. Between them is the word ‘cashier,’ maybe meaning that it is all about money transactions. Above both of them is tagged the word ‘fame,’ implying that they’re ready to do whatever it takes to be famous.


You can read and compare both the ‘MailOnline’ and ‘Vigilant Citizen’ articles here:

IN FULL... The Kardashians' 2013 Christmas card

IN FULL… The Kardashians’ 2013 Christmas card

The ‘MailOnline’ wasn’t the only widely-read mainstream UK news-source to link the Kardashians’ Christmas card to the Illuminati. Another was, ‘The Guardian’ website in an article by Lanre Bakare who takes a detour from the celeb familys’ exploits and embarks on a brief summary of the secret society’s links to the music-industry as well as its ever-increasing exposure in the media. He also comments on Alex Jones, and, interestingly, points out that “the commissioning of this article was suggested by “a reader by the name of “Juicylicious.” Wonder if he/she appreciated the mildly dismissive and sarcastic flavour permeating throughout? Bakare writes:

Most media outlets took the card at face value and instinctively laughed heartily at it, before mocking the Kardashians and moving on, but others looked a bit deeper and started to see the HIDDEN ILLUMINATI MESSAGES. Conspiracy theorist and shouty bloke du jour Alex Jones summed it up, calling the card “a rather grim and depressing summation of the entertainment world”, which most people would happily agree with. But then he went on to add the whole thing was a homage to the “shadowy elite that is turning popular culture into a toxic wasteland.” At that point most people switched off, but then even mainstream news sources started to ask; what is the secret Illuminati message? It’s a question that has increasingly been asked of celebs linked to Hip Hop over the last decade, with artists such as Jay-Z regularly having to bat away accusations that he’s part of an occult conspiracy. And Hova is far from the only rapper accused of having Illuminati ties. An internet search for Canadian cry-baby Rap-star, Drake, for example, will throw up… theories that his track-lists contain hidden messages about the end of the world. The rabbit hole goes even deeper with a whole host of outlandish theories about the death of Tupac, which mostly revolve around him being murdered by the Illuminati… Rappers are just the latest fall guys and they’ve taken the place of Rock-stars, who were regularly accused of occult connections in the ‘70s. David Bowie’s interest in the work of Aleister Crowley around the time of his Berlin triptych which manifested itself via lyrical hat-tips and the Beatles’ decision to include Crowley on the cover of Sgt Pepper’s was enough to have them accused of dark connections. So are the Kardashians simply the latest celebrity Illuminati messengers? Probably not… But then again I would say that, wouldn’t I? I could be part of the shadowy media cover-up squad.

Read the article in its entirety here:

Kim Kardashian’s fiance of course is Kanye West. He’s rumoured to have been the controlling force behind the 2013 Christmas card, reportedly providing art direction, as well as costume, and make-up ideas. He’s also said to have been responsible for hiring David LaChapelle. It’s worth pointing out for the sake of context that the much sought after photographer has a history of creating images rife with ‘Illuminati‘ suggestion…

LaCHAPELLE COLLECTION: From Top-left clockwise; Ewan McGregor, Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson, Angelina Jolie.

LaCHAPELLE COLLECTION: From Top-left clockwise; Ewan McGregor, Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson, Angelina Jolie.

Kanye West and LaChapelle had worked together before. The photographer was responsible for a controversial picture of the rapper wearing a crown of thorns…

David LaChapelle’s portrait of Kanye West on display at an exhibition in Paris, 2009.

David LaChapelle’s portrait of Kanye West on display at an exhibition in Paris, 2009.

In hindsight, the mainstream media’s coverage of celebrities’ alleged links to the Illuminati during 2013 are all the more fascinating given that it was also the year when not one but two of the biggest heavyweights in the so-called “Truth Movement” were invited to air their Alternative views on national and international TV as well as the tabloid Press. In March, David Icke was a guest on the highly popular UK television magazine-show, ‘This Morning’ which is best known for focusing on showbiz gossip, home improvements, lifestyle issues, and cookery and fashion tips. What’s particularly interesting about his ten-minute appearance is not that he spoke openly to hundreds of thousands if not millions of viewers about topics most of them wouldn’t have been aware of before such as the holographic nature of the universe, and the malevolent control-agenda that’s being sanctioned by the British Royal Family and banking cartels, but that his interviewers allowed him to do so without ridiculing him or talking him down. In fact, the hosts, Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield (especially), were respectful throughout.

David Icke (as if you didn't know!)

David Icke (as if you didn’t know!)

In June that same year, Icke was given an equally easy ride by ‘The Sun,’ the popular tabloid and one of the UK’s most widely read newspapers with an estimated daily circulation of over two million. In an article under the headline, ’I see children starving, banks lending money that doesn’t exist, people paying with austerity. If that’s insanity I’m glad I’m perceived as insane,’ he was given the platform to speak about the 9/11 conspiracy, micro-chipping, the dangers of GM foods, and the steps towards “a global Orwellian dictatorship.” And all this from a newspaper that over two decades before had ridiculed him mercilessly for his beliefs. Earlier in January, fellow campaigner, Alex Jones appeared on Piers Morgan’s ‘CNN’ show after he’d posted a petition on the White House website to have the British journalist and television presenter now based in the US deported back to the UK accusing him of using his TV programme in the aftermath of Sandy Hook as a platform to attack the Second Amendment right of American citizens to own firearms. During the heated exchange, the well-known conspiracy-reporter exclaimed, “the Second Amendment isn’t there for duck hunting. It’s there to protect us from tyrannical government and street thugs.” He continued, “the tyrants did it. Hitler took the guns. Stalin took the guns. Mao took the guns. Fidel Castro took the guns.” He then accused Morgan of being “a hatchet man of the New World Order.“ In case you missed all this first time round, you can watch it below…

Jones’s loud and explosive CNN appearance was derided within some quarters of the mainstream media. The UK’s ‘Telegraph’ website labelled him a “conspiracy nut” who’d gone “bananas” and also, a “radio-star who deals in wide-eyed conspiracy theories of the ‘Queen Elizabeth is a Communist lizard’ variety” (which he most certainly doesn’t by the way – any regular listener or viewer of his programmes would know that). The ‘’ meanwhile, an offshoot of the popular British tabloid the ‘Daily Mirror’ (which Morgan is a former editor of) described him as “bizarre.” On TV, Jones was lampooned by late-night chat-show host, Conan O’Brien…

Choice excerpts of Jones’s CNN appearance featuring him challenging Morgan to a boxing match and talking in a fake British accent were played on Jay Leno’s US talk-show to laughter from the studio audience when the former ‘Daily Mirror’ editor was a guest…

Jones’s mainstream media blitz continued. In June that same year he appeared on the BBC’s ‘Sunday Politics’ programme alongside anti-conspiracy theorist and journalist, David Aaronovitch to talk about the 2013 Bilderberg meeting which was being held in the UK town of Watford. Once again, towards the end of the interview particularly, he dropped his composure and launched into an unprovoked loudmouthed rant that turned what could potentially have been a calm, reasoned and adult discussion into something bordering on comedy…

If you watch the above clip you’ll hear Aaronovitch telling the ‘InfoWars‘ figurehead, “you have uncovered the New World Order which is deadly… it’s full of criminals e.t.c. who seek to run the world and will kill anybody who gets in their way and you are almost… a lone crusader powering against them. So – how come – how are you still alive? Which is the explanation? One; they don’t exist, or two, you’re part of the conspiracy. I say the first.” He may “say the first,” but untold numbers of Jones’s critics would strongly point to the second option. Indeed, many of his detractors believe he perhaps stage-managed his rants on CNN and the BBC in order to tar Truth-seekers with the ‘crazy lunatic’ brush amongst the wider mainstream population in his role as a paid-up member of the controlled opposition. His supporters however would argue that his explosive outbursts are part and parcel of his personality and the behaviour of a genuinely passionate man unable to keep a lid on his heartfelt desire to awaken as many people as possible to the New World Order agenda.

The principle aim of this article isn’t to accuse prominent Truth-activists such as Alex Jones of being shills, but to document the unprecedented coverage of the Illuminati in the mainstream media during 2013. However, few of us reading this would doubt that the Powers That Be controlling the very TV channels, magazines, and newspapers that have allowed this subject airtime are going to tolerate the Truth, the whole Truth and nothing but the Truth being laid bare for all to see. They will have been observing the growing tide of public awareness in occult secret societies from the wings, waiting for the moment to step in and steer it to the best of their efforts towards a dead-end, and if that means using shills and lackeys to spread disinfo and whatever else to throw us off the scent and/or to deter potential newcomers to the subject from researching it further, then so be it. Is this why comedian and sometime Hollywood actor, Russell Brand was allowed to hint at “revolution” on a BBC current affairs programme in October last year then? ‘Conspiro Media’ is of the view that – yes – it would certainly appear that way. During his interview on ‘Newsnight’ with broadcaster and journalist, Jeremy Paxman, he spoke about “the apathy” that “comes from the politicians,” and “the lies, treachery and deceit of the political class” who’re “only interested in servicing the needs of corporations.” He said he wanted to see “alternate political systems… that might be of use to humanity” that “shouldn’t destroy the planet, shouldn’t create massive economic disparity,” and “shouldn’t ignore the needs of the people.” That’s all well and good. Problem is, what’s motivating him and where does it root back to? During his ’Newsnight’ interview, Brand spoke briefly about his role as guest-editor of the political magazine, ’New Statesman.’ Founded in 1913 by the notorious British think-tank, the ’Fabian Society,’ this organisation has been accused of developing social-engineering programs that are then used by governments to change the thoughts and behaviour of the population in preparation for a One World State which would relinquish the rights of the individual in exchange for collectivism. Even its own website testifies that it “influences political and public thinking through a wide range of publications and events.” In his article, ’Secret Organisations and Hidden Agendas,’ author and political lecturer, G. Edward Griffin claims the Fabians’ goal is to “embed collectivism into society without alarm or serious opposition.” When it was formed by what he describes “an elite group of intellectuals” in London in 1884, he asserts it was done so “for the purpose of bringing Socialism into the world, not quickly by violent Marxist-Leninist revolution, but slowly and gradually by propaganda, legislation, and quiet infiltration into government, education, and media.“ Couple this with Brand’s call on ’Newsnight’ for a “Socialist egalitarian system” and alarm bells should start ringing in your ears – and all this incidentally from a man who’s been involved romantically with the associate-editor of the ‘New Statesman,‘ Jemima Kahn, daughter of now-deceased financier, Sir James Goldsmith and former sister-in-law of ’Illuminati’ heiress, Kate Rothschild. Remember also that he was once married to rumoured MK ULTRA puppet, Katy Perry who ominously stated in an interview in 2013 that she initially felt “a lot of responsibility” for her marriage ending but then “found out the real truth, which I can’t necessarily disclose because I keep it locked in my safe for a rainy day”(?!).

Russell Brand shill

So – in conclusion – what can we surmise from the Illuminati’s heightened profile in the mainstream media during 2013? Well, we shouldn’t by any means underestimate the power of the internet in recent years and the role of Alternative / non-corporate-financed bloggers, commentators, researchers and news-gatherers. No doubt, it’s partly thanks to their efforts in exposing celebrities’ alleged links to this nefarious cabal that we saw the likes of Bono addressing the subject in the ’’ ad. He’s not stupid. He’s well aware of what’s being written about him by online conspiracy theorists. We also have to acknowledge the strong probability that mainstream websites such as the ‘MailOnline’ are capitalising on the ever-growing popularity of this subject in a bid to boost their readership-ratings.

What of the future though? What does 2014 and beyond hold in store? Will we be hearing and reading more about the Illuminati in the mainstream media? Well, it’s anybody’s guess at this stage, but don’t bet against it. What those of us with an interest in keeping abreast of the New World Order agenda have to be ready for is, if or when that happens. After all, as more and more people become aware of this secret society, isn’t it only right that we’re on hand to assist them with important information, whether it be by writing a blog, chatting to friends and family who‘re keen to learn more, or helping them sort out fact from fiction or info from disinfo?


‘Conspiro Media’ is picking up more ‘Good Vibrations’…

Earlier in 2013, the DJ, author, and lecturer, Mark Devlin contacted ‘Conspiro Media’ to ask me – Matt Sergiou – if I’d be at all interested in appearing as a guest on his highly popular ‘Good Vibrations’ pod-casts. This eventually resulted in a two-part interview.

Mark Devlin

Mark Devlin

In the first instalment, I looked back at the life and times of Pink Floyd and the stories of Syd Barrett’s apparent descent into madness and the possibility he might’ve been a victim of MK ULTRA / Mind-Control as well as Roger Waters’ recent very public stand against Zionism. I also turned my attention to the suspicious goings-on at Laurel Canyon, the LA neighbourhood where well-known music-stars of the so-called late ‘60s ‘counter-culture’ era originated from – and many of whom hailed from backgrounds in the military and/or intelligence services.

If you haven’t yet heard this interview (which was posted here earlier this year), you can catch up with it in the link below:

And now, here’s the second instalment of the pod-cast in which I talk about the 28-year relationship between Jazz legend, Thelonius Monk and Pannonica Rothschild, the heiress of the Illuminati banking dynasty who effectively turned her back on it and a life of luxury and glamour to be at his side.

Thelonius Monk and Pannonica Rothschild

Thelonius Monk and Pannonica Rothschild

We also bring this saga right up to date to examine the details behind her great-niece, Kate, whose marriage to Ben Goldsmith – the son of wealthy financier, Sir James Goldsmith – hit the rocks amidst reports she was romantically involved with American rapper, Jay Electronica who she represents in the UK through her company, ’Roundtable Records.’ I explored this in a 2012 article titled, ‘The Rothschilds’ Musical Legacy – Part One: The Same Old Song.’ You can read that here:

During the interview (which was recorded in October 2013), I talk about some of the new information I’ve uncovered since that article was published, most notably information that challenges Jay’s claims that he comes from the rough side of the tracks.

Kate Rothschild and Jay Electronica

Kate Rothschild and Jay Electronica

There are also questions surrounding Jay’s music and who actually wrote it. Furthermore, I go into the reasons why there hasn’t been a follow-up to my 2012 article… yet!

Listen to it here:

Good Vibrations 2

Don’t forget, you can hear Mark Devlin – the UK’s leading speaker on the dark, malevolent workings of the music-industry – every Saturday night on David Icke’s new channel, ‘The People’s Voice,’ where he showcases some of the more socially and spiritually-conscious Hip Hop, R&B, and Reggae tracks:

*** Incidentally, here’s wishing you a Happy 2014! Thanks for all your support over the last year!

To mark the 50th anniversary of ‘Doctor Who’ in 2013, author and lecturer, Andy Thomas joined presenter, alex:g to discuss the show’s anti-authoritarian message and socially aware storylines.


How many people in the UK in the late 1980s would’ve guessed that the BBC sci-fi series ’Doctor Who’ would be captivating TV audiences three decades later, and with all the media fanfare and celebration that surrounded it in 2013, its 50th anniversary year?… Not many for sure. After all, the long-running show was brought to a halt in 1989 following reports of falling ratings, and amid accusations it had become irrelevant and almost ridiculous. “There was a pantomime aspect to ’Doctor Who,’” says Andrew Cartmel the programme’s script-editor between 1987-‘89. The low-budget special-effects and studio-sets were also a source of criticism. Michael Grade, who was the BBC’s Director of Programmes in 1986, said in 2002, “I thought it was pathetic, I mean I’d seen ‘Star Wars’ and I’d seen ‘Close Encounters,’ and ‘E.T.’ and then I had to watch these cardboard things… clonking across the floor trying to scare kids, you know, you just sit and laugh at it.” He also admitted, “I actually hate sci-fi to begin with. I’m not a sci-fi fan.” Sylvestor McCoy, the actor who was playing the part of the Doctor when the series was pulled in 1989, said recently, “it was obvious that those upstairs… they wanted rid of it.” With the exception of a TV-movie in 1996, the Time Lord was absent from our screens until the show’s revival in 2005.

First broadcast on November 23rd 1963 on BBC TV (a day after JFK‘s murder incidentally), ‘Doctor Who’ had been devised earlier that same year. One of the show’s principle creators, Sydney Newman reportedly said it “was really the culmination of almost all my interests in life. I wanted to reflect contemporary society; I was curious about the outer-space stuff. Up to the age of forty, I don’t think there was a science fiction book I hadn’t read. I love them because they’re a marvellous way – a safe way – of saying nasty things about our own society.” Another Doctor – but of an Earth-bound variety this time by the name of Matthew Ashton – is the author of the 2012 article, ‘The Politics of Doctor Who.’ He’s also a lecturer at the UK’s Nottingham Trent University specialising in the areas of both British and American politics as well as media politics. Speaking on BBC TV last month, he said the show, “like every good science-fiction book or film… can reflect contemporary issues. And like a lot of good TV, it works on two levels; firstly… a level for the kids to understand – monsters, adventures – but then kind of more jokes, satire, metaphors for the grown-ups watching.” A case in point perhaps: the Daleks. When asked in a 1978 interview who these death-hungry armour-encased genetic mutations were based on, their creator, the writer Terry Nation replied, “I suppose you could say the Nazis. The one recurring dream I have – once or twice a year it comes to me – is that I’m driving a car very quickly and the windscreen is a bit murky. The sun comes onto it and it becomes totally opaque. I’m still hurtling forwards at incredible speed and there’s nothing I can see or do and I can’t stop the car. That’s my recurring nightmare and it’s very simply solved by psychologists who say you’re heading for your future. You don’t know what your future is. However much you plead with somebody to save you from this situation, everybody you turn to turns out to be one of ‘them.’ And there’s nobody left – you are the lone guy. The Daleks are all of ‘them’ and they represent for so many people so many different things, but they all see ‘them’ as government, as officialdom, as that unhearing, unthinking, blanked-out face of authority that will destroy you because it wants to destroy you. I believe in that now.” The anti-authoritarian message in the show itself, suggests researcher, lecturer, and author, Andy Thomas, has been an inspiration for many in the so-dubbed ’Alternative community.’ He says, “the reality is, I think for a lot of people… people who are sort of interested in Truth issues and getting more to what’s going on – I think a lot of people were very inspired by this programme – because growing up, I mean, you had a character here in whatever guise who was trying to uncover the Truth – who was fighting control agendas.” The Doctor, he continues, “always champions humanity.”

THE NEW DOCTOR... Actor, Peter Capaldi took on the role of the 12th Doctor in the Christmas Day 2013 TV special.

THE NEW DOCTOR… Actor, Peter Capaldi took on the role of the 12th Doctor in the Christmas Day 2013 TV special.

You can hear more of Andy’s views about the show in the video below which is taken from his November 2013 guest-spot on ‘Doom Watch,’ the weekly current-affairs programme with an Alternative twist that’s broadcast simultaneously on the local radio-station, ‘Peterborough FM’ and in-vision on the ’UK Column’ website every Friday between 6pm-8pm. It’s hosted by alex:g who’ll be no stranger to those who remember ‘Edge Media TV’ (‘Sky’ channel: 200) where he presented ‘On the Edge’ and ‘Behind the Sofa,’ the DVD/blu-ray review show that was no doubt titled after the expression first used by the mainstream media back in the day to describe the actions of a frightened child watching ‘Doctor Who.’ Actually – judging by his CV – it’s probably safe to assume that he’s partial to a bit of sci-fi (to put it mildly). For example, he’s interviewed a number of the genre’s biggest names including, Gareth Thomas (‘Blake’s 7’), Ed Bishop (‘UFO’), Sylvia Anderson (‘Thunderbirds’), Dirk Benedict (‘Battlestar Galactica’), Claudia Christian (‘Babylon 5’), and William Shatner and Patrick Stewart (’Star Trek‘). He’s also been a regular fixture at the ‘Cult TV Festival’ weekender.

In the specially edited clip below, he makes reference to ’The Green Death,’ ’The Claws of Axos,’ and ’Invasion of the Dinosaurs,’ three stories from the show’s eighth, tenth, and eleventh seasons respectively and broadcast between 1971 and 1974. These imagined a world where then-British Liberal Party leader, Jeremy Thorpe and Labour high-flyer, Shirley Williams were both Prime Minister (a feat neither of them achieved in real life). They all starred Jon Pertwee in the role of the third Doctor who’d been exiled to Earth by the Time Lords and where he grudgingly joined forces with ‘UNIT’ (‘United Nations Intelligence Taskforce’). In the following clip, alex also reads excerpts from Matthew Ashton’s 2012 article – and which you can see for yourself in its entirety here:


Find out more about alex:g (and ‘Doom Watch’) here…

… and Andy Thomas here…

The interview below was first broadcast on November 22nd 2013 – the day before the special 50th anniversary episode of ‘Doctor Who’ was aired…



Artist, Gavan Kearney talks to ‘Red Ice Radio’ about the corrosion of culture.


Musician, painter, and writer, Gavan Kearney dropped in to ‘Red Ice Radio’ recently to discuss the corrosive state of today’s culture, a culture that celebrates nihilism and narcissism. It also, he believes, discards age-old wisdom separating the young from the elderly and, as a result, all the invaluable life experiences they could bestow. Instead, youths are manipulated into joining the “entirely manufactured” ‘teenage rebellion,’ a construct promoted by the Powers That Be, and that identifies a ‘rebel’ by what clothes they wear and what music they listen to. In the interview below (and released earlier this month), Gavan notes that many never break out of this “rebellion by the rules” and hold on well into their 30s, 40s, and 50s.

Born in Cork, Ireland, Gavan’s interest in drawing and painting began at an early age but, as he grew up, he became increasingly suspicious of the media attention and critical plaudits being showered on Modern/Contemporary Art having never met anyone himself who genuinely liked any of it. “Who is actually behind this,” he would ask, and who is benefiting from what is actually an assault on beauty?Gavan Kearney During the ‘Red Ice’ interview he delves into some of the possible answers, acknowledging the notorious ‘Frankfurt School’ in the process. As far as Gavan is concerned, it’s an attack on craftsmanship, talent, diversity, and freedom of expression. Much of this was brought home to him during his time at art college where, he claims, there was no choice but to accept the Contemporary/Conceptual form if you didn’t want to risk being left “very much outside of the loop.“ Anything that deviated from it or pre-dated it – especially of a spiritual and/or mythological nature – was rejected.

Gavan's 'Our Summer.' Oil on canvas - 2012.

Gavan’s ‘Our Summer.’ Oil on canvas – 2012.

Gavan moved to London in the early ‘90s where he formed and played in various bands. Although not necessarily hostile to the Pop-music medium, he is aware that much of it today is “dark” and “ugly.” He briefly touches on this during the interview suggesting that the best way to fight against performers such as Lady Gaga who actively push ‘Illuminati’ symbolism and ritualism in their work is by switching them off and ignoring them. Since completing a degree in Fine Arts / Sonic Arts, he’s maintained a recording-career of his own. Operating under the moniker, Sand Snowman, he’s currently involved in a project with long-term musical/life partner, Moonswift. Below, is the track, ‘Transfigured Forest’ from his 2011 album, ‘Vanished Chapters’…

As well as playing music, Gavan has written about it. Below, his article about John Lennon and available on ‘Nine Points Magazine,’ a website dedicated to the ‘Enneagram.’ Taken from the Greek word, ἐννέα (‘ennea,’ meaning ‘nine‘) and, γράμμα (‘gramma,’ meaning something ‘written’ or ‘drawn’), and with its roots having been dated back thousands of years, it refers to a circle inscribed by nine points which is used as a symbol to arrange and depict principal personality archetypes (or energies); 1 – The Reformer, 2 – The Helper, 3 – The Achiever, 4 – The Individualist, 5 – The Investigator, 6 – The Loyalist, 7 – The Enthusiast, 8 – The Challenger, 9 – The Peacemaker. These one-word descriptors can be expanded into further sets of traits. In his article, Gavan writes, “Lennon himself was a mass of contradictions; a man of peace with an infamous violent streak who was involved in several high profile aggressive episodes, who sang ‘imagine no possessions’ to accompanying footage of himself strolling through his vast Surrey mansion, and a man who castigated authorities and yet spent his life searching for an ideology or father figure to believe in. These traits reveal Lennon as an Enneagram type Six (The Partisan, The Loyalist, The Questioner).” Read more here:

And here’s one he’s written about David Bowie:

And below, his interview on ‘Red Ice Radio’ (first posted on the site, December 6th 2013) along with extra relevant Info and links: