mirror mirror

Ready to brave some more Peace-full discussions?

Willing to see beyond the tricks?

Then let’s take your 2% doubt on an adventure ride into a world of smoky mirrors.

If you are still desperately clinging to giving Peace a Chant Chance then come visit its modest modern birth place.

“The Palace of Versailles… is a royal château … 20 kilometres (12 miles) southwest of the centre of the French capital …  [it] was the seat of political power in the Kingdom of France from 1682, when Louis XIV moved the royal court from Paris, until the royal family was forced to return to the capital in October 1789…. Versailles is therefore famous not only as a building, but as a symbol of …


… the system of absolute monarchy of the Ancien Régime.”

“Versailles is a mirage, a sumptuous and theatrical entertainment. It is also a manifestation …

verse aye

… of glory and power imposed to a great extent by art, luxury, and magnificence,”

“Every detail of its construction was intended to glorify the king

face of peace

“It was the “Sun King,” Louis XIV (1638-1715), a ruler who chose the sun as his emblem and believed in centralized government with the king at its center, who would radically transform Versailles making it the seat of France’s government by the time of his death.”

“Landscape artist André Le Nôtre created …


… symmetrical French gardens that included ornate fountains with “magically” still water, expressing the power of humanity—and, specifically, the kingover nature.”

Now it was none other than this wonderful peace-filled palace that saw the signing of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919. Here the Great War ended & Peace in our modern time first began.

This signing of Peace didn’t just happen in any old room, it happened somewhere …


… extra, extra special.

Fair enough too, especially after all that blood splatter. I’m sure that’s why they wanted a super shiny place to sign on the dotted line.

Introducing The Hall of Mirrors. Number spotters grab your pens …



“The Hall of Mirrors … is the central gallery of the Palace of Versailles in Versailles, France.”

“The most famous room is the Hall of Mirrors, which runs along the entire length of the central building. One wall contains a row of giant windows looking out over the gardens … and the other wall is covered with 357 mirrors that catch the rising sun’s ray

“The principal feature of the room is the seventeen, mirror-clad arches that reflect the seventeen arcaded windows that overlook the gardens. Each arch contains 21 mirrors, with a total complement of 357 used in the decoration of the Hall of Mirrors … The central panel of the ceiling, [is called] Le roi gouverne par lui-même (The king governs alone).”

“The hall is flanked on opposite ends by the equally striking Salon of Peace and Salon of War.”

“The Peace Room depicts the glory of France as the reigning nation of the world … as well as a large oval piece of artwork over the fireplace, this time a tranquil painting of Louis XIV offering peace to Europe”

For those who are able to contemplate that this world is run by a Serpent Cult / Snake Brotherhood or Lucifer-Satan none of this should come as any surprise. Two sides of any coin still belong to the same coin. If they run war, why would they not also run “peace”?

A little more on the role of the Hall of Mirrors

“…. two of the three treaties of the Peace of Paris (1783), in which the United Kingdom recognized the independence of the United States, were signed at Versailles.”

“Prussian King Wilhelm I was proclaimed …


German Emperor … and the German Empire was founded.”

Interesting n’est-ce pas? The German Empire, the one that would be used to kick off WWI was born in the same place that ‘Peace’ would later be signed for. What’s more the same date was used for both events.

Jan 18, 1871 The German Empire is born
Jan 18, 1919 The Paris Peace Conference that led to the Treaty of Versailles begins.

But wait there’s more!

This Treaty of Versailles that led to PEACE was signed on 28 June 1919. How strange then that this is also the date that WWI was initiated. On 28 June 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife Sophie were assassinated in Sarajevo.

So let’s look at the Royalty behind Peace – & it is very much behind it.

Versailles/France was the …


… birthplace of a giant Solar Worship centre.

Louis XIV (the Sun King) was the hub of Versailles.

He took sun worship to extraordinary levels.

We’re going to see how history is made to repeat itself in the most unexpected places.

First a little history of history.

“In 1701 Louis XIV moved his bedchamber into the drawing room lying east-west in the Palace …

rising sun

… facing the rising sun. The three glazed doors into the Hall of Mirrors at the back were blocked off so as to form an alcove for the bed”

Ok got that?

Louis’ bedroom however was more than just a bedroom:

“The room where the king slept became the nucleus of the residence and, therefore, of the kingdom,”

Then Louis did something that by our standards would be considered very strange, if not downright kinky. Yet other royals have done the same.

He got his subjects to come & watch him …


… get out of bed & get dressed.
Every morning.
By now you should be seeing the veiled cock worship references.

“The levée (from the French word lever, meaning “getting up” or “rising“) has traditionally been a daily moment of intimacy and accessibility to a monarch or leader.”

“By the second half of the sixteenth century, it had become a formal event, requiring invitation. …Henry II allowed his subjects, from nobles to household servants, to come in while he dressed”

“This practice was raised to a ceremonial custom at the court of King Louis XIV. In the court etiquette that Louis formalized, the set of extremely elaborated conventions was divided into the grand lever, attended by the full court in the gallery outside the king’s bedchamber, and the petit lever that transpired in degrees in the king’s chamber, where only a very select group might serve the king as he rose and dressed.”

We know this was an important ritual because of the following:

“In fact the king had often risen early and put in some hours hunting before returning to bed for the start of the lever.”

This King sure needed a whole lot of worshippers for his ‘rising’. Of further interest are the Cock-worship symbols of France: fleur-de-lys and the Gallic cockerel or rooster

The Fleur-de-lis is the Lotus (water-rose), the flower sacred to the Lux, or the Sul, or the Sun. The ‘Auriflamme’ (the flame of fire, or fire of gold) was the earliest standard of France. The fleur de lys in the Plantagenet crest is also a phallic symbol.

The Rooster can speak for itself.



Please note that in this article we are looking at the vision of peace that has been provided for us.

This is not an attack on caring for each other & living well together – rather this is a questioning of the ‘concept’ of Peace. Suggesting it is a type of propaganda spread by elites, royalty, rock stars & gurus etc…

So now we’ll fast forward about 300 years to another Levee ritual with another King & his new Queen.

First off let’s get real about this Roi:

“Lennon, jealous by nature … often terrified Powell with his anger and physical violence. Lennon later said that until he met Ono, he had never questioned his chauvinistic attitude … The Beatles song “Getting Better”, he said, told his own story, “I used to be cruel to my woman, and physically—any woman. I was a hitter. I couldn’t express myself and I hit. I fought men and I hit women. That is why I am always on about peace”

The Royal Wedding of red & white rose:

red white

“Knowing their March 20, 1969 marriage would be a huge press event, John and Yoko decided to use the publicity to promote world peace. They spent their honeymoon in the presidential suite (Room 702) at the Amsterdam Hilton Hotel for a week between March 25 and 31, inviting the world’s press into their hotel room every day between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. After their nonconformist artistic expressions … such as the nude cover of the Two Virgins album, the press were expecting them to be having sex, but instead the couple were just sitting in bed, wearing pyjamas—in John’s words “like angels“—


… talking about peace with signs over their bed reading “Hair Peace” and “Bed Peace”.”

This historical story doesn’t actually make a lot of sense when you look at it squarely – in fact it sounds downright weird. Unless … an elaborate ritual was taking pace along scripted guidelines. If you watch the video – check out Yoko’s face & expression – does she remind you of anything?

Giving Peace a Chant

chant (v.)…    late 14c., from Old French chanter “to sing, celebrate” … (source also of Greek eikanos “cock,” Old English hana “cock,” both literally “bird who sings for sunrise;”.”

chance (n.)  …   c. 1300, “something that takes place, what happens, an occurrence” (good or bad, but more often bad) … from neuter plural of Latin cadens, present participle of cadere “to fall“.”

“When asked by a reporter what he was trying to achieve by staying in bed, Lennon answered spontaneously “Just give peace a chance”. He went on to say this several times during the Bed-In. Finally, on 1 June 1969, in Room 1742 at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal, André Perry recorded it using a simple setup of four microphones and a four-track tape recorder rented from a local recording studio. The recording session was attended by dozens of journalists and various celebrities

“In the performance of “Give Peace a Chance” included on the Live Peace in Toronto 1969 album, Lennon openly stated that he could not remember all of the words and improvised with the names of the band members sharing the stage with him and anything that came to mind: “John and Yoko, Eric Clapton, Klaus Voormann, Penny Lane, Roosevelt, Nixon, Tommy Jones and Tommy Cooper, and somebody.” The third verse contains a reference to masturbation”

“”Give Peace a Chance” … was released on 4 July 1969 in the UK, and a few days later on 7 July 1969 in the US…


… The song reached number 2 in the UK Singles Chart, and number 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US.”

The song quickly became the anthem of the anti Vietnam-war and counterculture movements, and was sung by half a million demonstrators in Washington, D.C. at the Vietnam Moratorium Day, on 15 November 1969.

Shortly after the death of Lennon, fans gathered outside the Dakota and sang “Give Peace a Chance”. The single re-charted in January 1981, peaking at number 33. The song is one of three Lennon solo songs, along with “Instant Karma!” and “Imagine”, in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll


Lennon’s death was as ritualistic as his Peace Chant.

A lot of the research Michael & I have been doing over the last few months has taken a clearer path by looking at the Old Testament in the Bible as a historical document. Again & again stories of ‘Fallen Angels’ who looked like serpents appears & in particular there are tales of a shining one who is worshipped by Solar cults throughout the world.

Using my 2% doubt theory I would like to recommend the work of Gary Wayne as a useful tool in getting a wider overview.

I also recommend the work of Matt Delooze as another extremely valuable insight stimulator.

I don’t have the time to run around crossing every t & dotting all the eyes here – if your mind is working well enough you will have picked up many clues today to allow the healing power of 2% doubt to do its work on the topic of “Peace.”

~  ~  ~

Of further interest:

Check out Miss Congeniality when the SandRA BULLock calls for World Peace –


… it’s made a BIG thing in the movie as well as being the very last thing she calls for.

With fallen Angels in mind – Check out the lyrics of Hall of Mirrors by The Distillers

I come down like a hurricane sucked up inside

Now I spit out the suffer, yeah

You say you want a revelation, revel in this my lover

Youre free at liberty is this what you want, sometimes I wonder

Theres a highway to, to the edge, yeah

Once a night you will drive yourself there

At the end of the road, you will find the answer

At the end of the road, you will drink abyss

then Check out the lyrics of Hall of Mirrors by Kraftwerk.

“Even the greatest stars change themselves in the looking glass”

August 29, 2016. Uncategorized. 5 comments.

clarity extravaganza

The following information has been extremely useful in providing clarity & insight & ideas.

Gary Wayne spent 20 years researching his book & does an amazing job at tieing things together.

Back soon with more on the Peace Trap


August 27, 2016. Uncategorized. Leave a comment.

paX marks the stop

It’s very big in this little world to call for World Peace.

But what exactly is it 


that we are summoning?

“The English word [Peace] came into use in various personal greetings from c.1300 as a translation of the Hebrew word shalom, which, according to Jewish theology, comes from a Hebrew verb meaning ‘to restore’.”

Restore what
or who?


The above reads:

“This memorial
is dedicated to

and all those

who have fallen
in the struggle

to preserve it.”

Maybe it would be wise to have a rethink about…


just who


‘the fallen’ are.

As well as wondering why preserving peace might matter so much to them.

Perhaps PEACE is …


not what we think it is.

peace (n.) mid-12c., “freedom from civil disorder,” …

This article exists because when reading the phrase “freedom from civil disorder” – I got the sense that Peace actually means ‘ORDER’ & I wanted to see where that might lead.

Looked at from this angle…

“Freedom from civil disorder”
may be translated as
a plea

peace keeping

(you know the New World kind.)

Using Matt Delooze‘s theory that we are tricked into worshipping & crafting our own enslavement, this would mean that every time we call for PEACE we are being tricked into calling forth the (New World) Order.

Looked at from another angle “peace” appears to have a lot to do with UNITY.

“peace (n.) mid-12c., “freedom from civil disorder,” …”… silence, permission” …”compact, agreement, … “to covenant or agree” (see pact).

pact (n.) early 15c., … “fix, join together, unite, make firm

piece (v.)… Sense of “to join, unite, put together” is from late 15c.”

Please pause for a moment & get clear about what ‘peace’ means to you.

What kinds of words or images spring to mind???

If you’re like me, you won’t get very clear at all.

Instead there will be kind of wishy-washyness with vague notions of NO war & people hugging & holding hands & children dancing. There might also be some doves & rainbows.


Any time my mind starts to go foggy like this I know there’s something hidden or distorted that needs to be looked at.

How about another strange angle.

What if peace is …


… the TWIN of war?

Historically, Peace has rather imposing faces.

“Worship of personified Peace was organized in antiquity under the name Eirene (“Peace”) in Greek-speaking areas and as Pax (“Peace”) in Latin-speaking ones. Her idols depicted a full-grown woman, usually with a horn of plenty and scepter and sometimes with a torch or olive leaves.”


Eirene / Pax (pact?)

“The Romans believed there was an intimate relationship between war and peace. Mars, the god of war, had another aspect, Mars Pacifer, Mars the bringer of Peace…

driving peace

He holds his spear and shield in his left hand so that he can lean forward and brandish an olive branch with his right.

Would you accept an offer of peace from this deity? Only with extreme caution, I would suggest. Though I do not think you would have had a choice. That olive branch is brandished just as forcefully as a weapon might be.”


“His spear is behind him, and he rests his foot on the helmet of a defeated enemy …


… This seems to equate peace with a field of dead enemies.”

Also hot off the press from the holyromanempire:

“The Ara Pacis Augustae (Latin, “Altar of Augustan Peace) is an altar in Rome dedicated to Pax, the Roman goddess of Peace. The monument was commissioned by the Roman Senate on July 4, 13 BC to honor the return of Augustus to Rome…


The sacrificial procession depicts animals being led to sacrifice … The interior of the precinct walls are carved with … ox skulls. [The] northern and southern walls depict scenes of the emperor, his family … in the act of processing to or performing a sacrifice. … scene depicts the sacrifice of a pig (the standard sacrifice when Romans made a peace treaty) … In 1938, Benito Mussolini built a protective building for the Altar.”

Getting a new picture?

“They make a wilderness and call it peace”

Let’s return to the traditionally accepted view.

is the brand that is…


accepted everywhere.

“Many Christians call Jesus of Nazareth the “Prince of Peace”.”

Its hand-holding hugginess is found in…

“Islam derived from the root word salam which literally means peace.”

all major …

all purpose


“Hindu texts contain the following passages:
May there be peace in the heavens, peace in the atmosphere, peace on the earth … and peace radiating from the trees … May everything in the universe be at peace. Let peace pervade everywhere, at all times. — Yajur Veda 36.17”

Including the New Age (of Unity) religion.

“Finding inner peace is often associated with traditions such as Buddhism and Hinduism as well as the New Age movement. Inner peace is also the first of four concepts to living life in the rave culture acronym PLUR (Peace, Love, Unity, Respect).”

As Unity continues to glue everything together, expect calls for


… ‘peace’ to be ramping up all over the place.

“[A] United Nations working group on Restorative Justice, have attempted to re-define justice in terms related to peace. From the late 2000s on, a Theory of Active Peace has been proposed which conceptually integrates justice into a larger peace theory.”

Peace is often obtained by force …

“The United Nations (UN) is an international organization whose stated aims are to facilitate cooperation in international law, international security, economic development, social progress, human rights, and achieving world peace.”


… and hides brutality

“Over the past 15 years, allegations of sexual abuse have been made against peacekeepers in each of the U.N.’s peacekeeping missions, including Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cambodia, Timor-Leste and Liberia.”

Anyone else find a sexual connotation in the name of these soldiers?

“The forces [are] also called the “Blue Helmets”.”

Lovey, dovey Peace has been placed in dodgy, elite hands for centuries.

“The late 19th century idealist advocacy of peace … led to the creation of the Nobel Peace Prize, [also led to] the Rhodes Scholarships, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and ultimately the League of Nations, [and] also saw the re-emergence of the ancient Olympic ideal … this culminated in the holding in 1896 of the first of the modern Olympic Games.”

A quick look at these folks:

Alfred Bernhard Nobel (1833 – 1896) …

“Swedish chemist, engineer, innovator, and armaments manufacturer [who was known] for …


… inventing dynamite.”

Cecil Rhodes – founder of De Beers …

Fall again


“It’s easy to see why Spengler, and later Hitler, were fans … he urged his executors to use his fortune to establish a secret society that would aim to redden every area of the planet. He envisioned … an imperial world government”

“Rhodes’s vision over one hundred years ago was to develop … leaders for the world’s future … to promote international peace

Andrew Carnegie: Philanthropist –  (be wary of ‘philanthropists’) …

“Scottish American industrialist who led the enormous expansion of the American steel industry in the late 19th century… often identified as one of the richest people in history.

work of friction

“Historians agree that Carnegie’s refusal to increase wages accordingly lead to the Homestead Strike in 1892. This violent strike ended in a dozen deaths.”

“If Pittsburgh is hell with the lid off,” observed Arthur Shadwell, an English visitor, “Homestead is hell with the hatches on.”

In his spare time Carnegie…

“was a powerful supporter of …promoting the spread of the English language”

“contributed $1,500,000 in 1903 for the erection of the Peace Palace at The Hague”

One of his biggest legacies is Carnegie Mellon University

“Carnegie Mellon consistently ranks in the top 25 in the national U.S. News & World Report rankings. It is home to the world’s first degree-granting Robotics … The university conducted over $703 million in research in 2015”

This university is one of the biggest researchers into understanding & managing human behaviour, a key ingredient of the Unity Agenda.

Lets now look at the two most venerated symbols of peace & ask is peace a whitewash?

soap opera

We are told it all goes back the flood…

“The story of Noah in the Hebrew Bible ends with a passage describing a dove bringing a freshly plucked olive leaf”

Interesting to see the original story tells of a vesica-shaped olive leaf not a phallic branch.

One thing I find really interesting is the similarity of the words …



Interesting olive history:

“The olive branch was often a symbol of abundance, glory and peace … and they were used to crown the victors of friendly games and bloody wars.”

“Olive oil was used for … lighting, sacrificial offerings, ointment, and anointment for priestly or royal office.”

“It was burnt in the sacred lamps of temples as well as being the “eternal flame” of the original Olympic Games.”

“The olive was sacred to Athena”

“The Mount [of Olives] has been used as a Jewish cemetery for over 3,000 years and holds approximately 150,000 graves, making it central in the tradition of Jewish cemeteries”

“The biblical designation Mount of Corruption … derives from the idol worship there, begun by King Solomon building altars to the gods of his Moabite and Ammonite wives on the southern peak”

“apocalyptic prophecy in the Book of Zechariah states that YHWH will stand on the Mount of Olives and the mountain will split in two”

“The Mount of Olives is … the place where Jesus stood when he wept over Jerusalem”

“Jesus ascended to heaven from the Mount of Olives according to Acts 1:9–12.”

“The olive tree and olive oil … is mentioned in one of the most famous verses of the Quran, Ayat an-Nur: “Allah is The Light of the heavens and the earth; the similitude of His Light is as a niche wherein is a lamp, the lamp in a glass, the glass as it were a glittering star-kindled from a Blessed Tree, an olive that is neither eastern nor western, whose oil would illuminate, even if no fire touched it, Light upon Light”

And on the Great Seal of America we find:

sea l

“The design on the … front of the seal is … a bald eagle  …From the eagle’s perspective, it holds … an olive branch in its right talon … the olive branch is usually depicted with 13 leaves and 13 olives … The eagle has its head turned towards the olive branch … In its beak, the eagle clutches a scroll with the motto E pluribus unum (“Out of Many, One”)”

If the Olive symbolises peace then this is not the wishy washy peace we’ve been fluffified with – this is serious stuff.

I’m sure you have all read lots of stuff out there about …


columbs, so no need to tell you that doves have nothing to do ‘peace’ as we think we know it.

So lets look from the angle that PEACE is not the opposite of war but rather the twin who murders his brother WAR & rises to greatness…

out of death

… from his corpse.

It is the Cain who kills Abel

It is the Romulus who kills Remus.

Now let’s go back & re-think a famous ‘joke’:

“”Peace for our time” is a phrase spoken on 30 September 1938 by British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain in his speech concerning the Munich Agreement and the Anglo-German Declaration …

It is primarily remembered for its ironic value: less than a year after the agreement [it] was followed by declarations of war on Germany by France and the United Kingdom…

peace praised
Chamberlain landed at Heston Aerodrome on 30 September 1938, and spoke to the crowds there:

The settlement of the Czechoslovakian problem, which has now been achieved is, in my view, only the prelude to a larger settlement in which all Europe may find peace. This morning I had another talk with the German Chancellor, Herr Hitler, and here is the paper which bears his name upon it as well as mine.”

Later that day he stood outside 10 Downing Street and again read from the document and concluded:

My good friends, for the second time in our history, a British Prime Minister has returned from Germany bringing peace with honour. I believe it is peace for our time. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Go home and get a nice quiet sleep.””

On the subject of peace out of death, exactly fifty years earlier:

“1888 – Jack the Ripper kills his third and fourth victims, Elizabeth Stride and Catherine Eddowes.

Stride’s murder occurred in the midst of the Jack the Ripper scare, when … However, unlike at least six other victims, who had abdominal injuries in addition to a slash across the neck, she had no mutilations beyond her slit throat … It is possible that the killer was interrupted before he had the opportunity to mutilate the body. Catherine Eddowes was murdered within walking distance less than an hour later, and both Stride and Eddowes lived in Flower and Dean Street.”

OK gonna wrap this up with some questions & odd bits’n’peaces to hopefully get you doing your own thinking & researching.

After all this was just a bit of crazy play.


Why is Jerusalem so important in end time prophecy?

“Jerusalem holy city in ancient Palestine, from Greek Hierousalem, from Hebrew Yerushalayim, literally “foundation of peace,” from base of yarah “he threw, cast” + shalom “peace”.”

Why is the phrase REST in PEACE used on gravestones?


“Grant’s Tomb, New York City, New York (USA).

“The largest mausoleum in North America. The bodies of Ulysses S. Grant [1822-1885], the Union Civil War General & 18th President of the U.S., and his wife Julia Dent Grant are entombed there. The phrase ‘Let us have peace‘ greets visitors at the entrance of the mausoleum.

the tomb is located … across the street from the monumental Riverside Church … conceived by … philanthropist John D. Rockefeller, Jr. [where] Martin Luther King Jr. voiced his opposition to the Vietnam War … Bill Clinton spoke at Riverside Church on August 29, 2004. Secretary-General of the United Nations Kofi Annan spoke there after the September 11, 2001 attacks. Cesar Chavez, Desmond Tutu, Fidel Castro, Arundhati Roy and Nelson Mandela have all spoken at Riverside Church.”

out of the dead

“The Landmark for Peace is a memorial sculpture in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park on the northside of Indianapolis … The memorial, which features King and Kennedy reaching out to each other.”

And lest we forget

“Get out there and get peace, think peace, live peace, and breath peace, and you’ll get it as you like it. – John Lennon July 1969 after the release of the Plastic Ono Band’s single “Give Peace a Chance”.”


Hey look there’s one of Matt’s Ferris wheels

“The Imagine Peace Tower (Icelandic: Friðarsúlan, meaning “the peace column”) is a memorial to John Lennon from his widow, Yoko Ono, located on Viðey Island … near Reykjavík, Iceland.

It consists of … 15 searchlights with prisms that act as mirrors, reflecting the column of light vertically into the sky from a 10-metre wide wishing well. …projected from a white stone monument that has the words “Imagine Peace” carved into it in 24 languages.

On a clear night it appears to reach an altitude of at least 4000m … Buried underneath the light tower are over 1 million written wishes that Ono gathered over the years …


Construction of the tower started on 9 October 2006 when Ono dedicated the location, and it was officially unveiled on the same date in 2007. … Yoko Ono said on the day of the inauguration that the tower was the best thing that she and John had ever done.”

I definitely recommend that you check out “peace” sculptures, monuments & exhibitions – they are a real eye opener & there’s a whole lot of them.

August 14, 2016. Uncategorized. 9 comments.