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Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. Philippians 4:8

A reader of this website wrote in with the following inquiry:

I came across your website (1/2/21) from a person responding to a post on Parler regarding UFOs. I haven’t read too much but already I “see” in my own life these effing implants. So now, this begs the question, “Who am I, really?” What info can I trust? Can I trust the Bible? Have ALL of my “extra” ordinary experiences been falsehoods? I feel like I have to start on a blank slate and it’s exhausting at 52. What kind of life have I prepared my children for? Thank you for sharing this information. It seems to me that 99% of life as I know it is a hoax. Where to go from here?

Jeff says:

Hi (name withheld by request),

Those are some big questions you're asking. I don't think I can adequately answer those in an email; however, I'll just offer a few observations and suggestions.

Curly from "City Slickers"You are still you. The technology allows them to artificially put thoughts and dreams into your head. But YOU are not those thoughts and dreams -- you are merely PERCEIVING them. Does that make sense? So the question of "who am I, really" is a philosophical question that all people have asked throughout history, regardless of mind control tech. So you're in the same boat as everyone else regarding that question. What's the meaning of life? "That's what YOU'VE got to figure out," like the cowboy in the movie City Slickers said. Being a subject of this kind of abuse (or any other) dosen't really change that.

What info can you trust? I'd suggest that the safest general attitude is to TRUST NO ONE. Keep your guard up. You don't have to be a nervous wreck about it. Stay cool and be courteous and friendly with people. But just be careful about how close you get with anyone and what you believe. Anyone even talking about these subjects should be immediately suspect, just because normal people don't care and don't want to know. They want to watch basketball and Netflix and go for drinks. A lot of the people who present themselves as "researchers" and "journalists" dealing with these issues are disinformation operatives. It's a minefield. They'll put out 95% good information, stuff you haven't heard anywhere else, to gain your trust, then hit you with the poisionous payload in the other five percent.

Sometimes that poison 5% is that the government is keeping secrets about aliens, or about to finally disclose what it knows. I say that's bullshit. I studied the alien abduction books, a lot of them, a decade ago, and what most of them had in common was that the "aliens" were telepathic and that human military personnel were also often observed. Meanwhile, targeted individuals nowadays report synthetic telepathy being used to read and control their thoughts. So I don't believe anything to do with aliens. It's all a smokescreen. Check out Martin Cannon's essay "The Controllers" in its entirety for starters. That's one of the most important essays you'll ever read on this subject, and it's only a few dozen pages long.  Well worth your time.

Next, go on my website (on a computer or tablet, but not a phone if at all possible) and you'll see a menu at the top. There's a menu option for mind control research. Whenever you have time to seriously study, check out that information. I spent a lot of time putting it all together, and I suggest that it's worth your time to review. I put up my site specifically because most of the other sites out there dealing with this subject matter were either too speculative, not credible, or downright disinformation. I think it's so important that I put it up as a website for everyone to freely access. I could have written a book and tried to make money off it but that's not what this is about. This is about warning the world that we're being covertly enslaved and they had better wake up. Few seem to care, though. People are waking up a bit now due to the election controversy but I think that's a controlled spectacle. Trump is in bed with big pharma just like Biden.

You asked whether ALL of your "extraordinary" experiences have been falsehoods.  I can't answer that without knowing the details of those experiences. But I'll bet that many of them probably were, if you're a mind control subject / targeted individual.  Did any of them involve "strange coincidences?"  That's usually a red flag.  Put your guard up way high when you notice coincidences. Another term for this is "artificial synchronicity."  It usually means that you're being actively messed with by the spy agencies at that moment. And if you tell anyone about it, especially authorities, you risk being diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic suffering from "delusions of reference."  The spy agencies control psychiatry, medicine, and probably many other professions, along with the politicians and mass media.  See the Weaponized Psychiatry section of this website for more on that.

I've also noticed that I'll get a lot of seemingly-sincere email inquiries like yours, compose a thoughtful response like this one, and then later get a follow-up response which leads me to believe that the writer is, IN FACT,  totally psychotic. I think that the intel agencies will in many cases deliberately target and mess with people who have legitimate, actual, psychiatric issues.  Then, when those people complain about the effects of the mind control or other covert activities, they will complain about it, but the general public will respond by thinking those types of claims stem from the underlying mental illness, because this person is obviously nuts. Then, when the CIA or whoever go after a legitimate political dissident and start messing with them, and the dissident complains, it's easier to label that dissident as a mental case as well, because a precedent has been set.  See how this works? In many cases, a dissident whe was originally totally mentally sound can be MADE to become mentally ill, through the application of mind control tech, drugs, or other methods. Shades of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest."  By the way, while I'm on this point, make absolutely sure, as a top priority, that you listen to all of Jeremy Radlow's podcasts.

As to your question about whether you can trust the Bible. I'm a former agnostic, now Christian, and suggest that if you have doubts, look at the story of Jesus in the New Testament. The essential message is that Jesus offered His life for our salvation, and it's a free gift. All you need to do is accept it. There is no other price tag attached. To my way of thinking, if there is a God, that's exactly the kind of thing He would do, and that He would want us to believe. So I choose to accept that. And it doesn't mean that I have to buy in to all of the other baggage that some people bring to religion. Like bibliolatry -- the worship of the Bible itself as an idol, which is a sin, but which a lot of religious people will try to convince you that you need to do. I'm a Christian but not like most ... I still find more philosophical common ground with Ayn Rand, who was an atheist, than with many of the more obnoxious sorts of religious people. Anyway I have an article on my site that I wrote a few years ago called "The Will of God." Check it out if you want more of my thoughts on that.

Life is not a hoax, but just about everything that the politicians and media tell you is. So draw that line in your mind. Go about your life and make the best of it. Enjoy your family, friends, freedom, nature, and uplifting things. We only get one shot at life, so despite all of the horrific things that are going on out there, try to keep your knowledge of it separate from who you are as a person and don't let it get you down too much. Stay focused on the positive. Easier said than done, sometimes, I know. But in many cases that may really be the only power you have, so use it.

Hope that helps a bit.


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January 3, 2021. I received the below response from another reader, and post it here with their express permission:

Dear Jeff,

Just a quick comment in regard to your most recent post. This is such a kind and wise response. I hope that the person who wrote you is helped by it. That "shock" of first becoming aware of some of these things can be very difficult to take.

Every once in a while I send a link to particular articles on your site to friends who seem to be interested in understanding one aspect or another of our current world situation. To date none has have given feedback that I can recall. As you say in your post referenced above, most people don't want to know about this stuff.

May God continue to bless you with knowledge, understanding and wisdom.

(name withheld by request)

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Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things." Philippians 4:8