If mark is right, trump controlled by space aliens

Kerry Cassidy Wonders

So if DT has actually been the LEGIT PRESIDENT SINCE MARCH 2021… sworn in by the MILITARY… how MUCH LONGER IS THIS FARCE GOING TO CONTINUE?”

– Kerry Cassidy, Project Camelot, August 11, 2021

 

That is a big “if.”  I might rephrase it for her. “If my delusions feel like they they should be true, how much longer will I be stuck in reality?”

It reminds me of all the ancient astronaut and paranormal shows that begin with “if it is true” and then get progressively speculative by adding, “then could it also be true” — which gives a show freedom to advance almost anything without regard to plausibility or consistency. The viewer is led on a wild exercise but it is all based on a house of cards  

Although speculation can be a fun exercise, it should not be mistaken for a factual basis. When a position is based solely on an “if,” how seriously should we take it?  

Kerry cassidy wonders why predictions failIt is a sure fire mistake to add dates to the various predictions about the Trump restoration.   Q posted that Hillary would be arrested in the fall of 2017. The Awake and Aware presenter Simon Parkes wrote in January that Trump supporters “should expect something anytime from tomorrow, Sunday forwards.” Juan Savin stated that Podesta would be arrested in December 2020, Hillary would follow, and Trump would be back by April 1, 2021. Mike Lindell, the Pillow Guy, picked August 13 for the restoration day.  

Some believed that John Kennedy Jr. would become Trumps’s running mate in 2020.  Others predicted that Mark Richards would be released while Trump was president.  

The dates and predictions come and go, and continue to shift, but those who believe seem to follow along. 

It does not matter that there is no constitutional means for Trump to be restored to power — the need to ignore the Constitution may be the intent of tall the so-called constitutional patriots. If Kerry understands that, the question she is asking might be a call to another insurrection.

Given the many predictions, however, it is understandable that people are beginning to wonder about when Trump will return. Bill Ryan (Project Avalon) wrote earlier this year that he had not expected that it would take so long. While I do not understand why anyone would give the Big Lie or Grand Delusion even that much credence, certainly others must be thinking the same thing. 

Claims of inside knowledge and setting dates are a risky business. For over 2000 years people have been unsuccessfully setting dates for the Second Coming and no one seems to have learned. We are now being told that something will happen soon to change Trump’s status — other than whether he is going to jail — but the dates continue to shift as prediction after prediction fails.

QAnon and its related groups are united by their ability to be consistently wrong. To paraphrase Bob Dylan’s Blowing in the Wind, how many times can someone get it wrong before their credibility is questioned?

As I have posted, the failed predictions will probably not dissuade anyone, but does Kerry’s post express at least some bewilderment? Perhaps she is simply getting impatient.

The real question is often not whether a mistake is made, but whether people will learn. Using recent history as a guide, probably not. Juan O Savin is sure to make another prediction that will give Kerry reason to believe.  

Still, premises matter and a factual basis alleviates any number of issues and disappointment. So as a favor to Kerry Cassidy, this handy guide should help — feel free to print it for easy reference.

Mark Richards is not a Captain. Juan O Savin does not have insider knowledge. Trump is not president. Lindell’s “facts” were a made up fantasy.  

When used as a mantra, this guide should reduce any impatience when nothing happens.*

– A Public Service message from SpaceCapn.com, updated 8/14.

* Use as directed in conjunction with a dose of Mea Culpa. Not intended as a medical cure or for psychological treatment. Consult a physician in case of emergency. Be sure to talk to a doctor about whether Q is right for you.

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The adventures of mark richards- trump in space

Billionaires in Space

Are billionaires the future of space exploration?  While I considered that, for some reason, a 2020 interview with Jo Ann Richards came up that featured an image of Trump in space.  Although that was hard to imagine even in a fantasy, it brought to mind another president, Barack Obama, who was said to be a participant in the Not-So-Secret Space Program before he ran for office. Because the program is said to be secret, virtually anyone can claim that they or someone else was a member — just ask Captain Mark Richards, I have as much evidence to show that I am a SSP Captain as he does.

Obama of course has never claimed to have been to space.  Rather, former write-in presidential candidate, Andrew Basagio, stated that first met Barack on Mars. Basagio alleged that participants had been trained by the infamous Ed Dames, who taught them how to avoid Martian humanoids and predators. They used a “jump room” in El Segundo California, but it was very dangerous and tens thousands did not return.

Basagio stated that his trips to Mars took place from 1981 to 1983. During one of them, he was sitting on a wall beneath an arching roof that covered one of the jump room facilities as he watched Obama walk back from across the Martian terrain. When Obama saw Basagio he stated “Now we’re here!”  

The Obama White House denied the report.  Of course they denied it. The story was a bit of a let down.  Even a young Obama would have said something more interesting than exclaiming that they were there.  He would have at least said that the planet was red or wondered about the Martians.

The adventures of mark richards- trump and billionaires in spaceConsidering the current state of conspiracies, the story now seems rather quaint. A more modern right wing version might have Obama fighting on the side of the Dracos (the bad aliens) or using the secret space program to abduct children from pizza parlors and take them off world. [Pro tip: Kerry Cassidy take note.]

Although Trump does not seem the type, I almost expect someone to think that he is secretly going into space to defeat the Democrats and any number of evil forces. Why shouldn’t there be a Space Q conspiracy theory placing Donald at the center of the efforts? 

If Trump knew that Obama had been to Mars, he would have either canceled the program, or appointed Ivanka to oversee it while Donald Jr. figured out a way to profit.  The Trump brand would have expanded on Mars.  Any other result would not have interested him.

Where does that leave the billionaires?  Someone should soon figure out that Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson’s flights are a cover — billionaires battling aliens. It is probably a better reason than simply wanting astronaut wings.  

A short flight did not give them much opportunity to come across aliens, but perhaps it was a start of something far more encompassing or a diversion to distract people from the real action that is taking place up there — a false flag! [Another pro tip: Kerry Cassidy take note.]

If the space program is advanced as some claim, then their money is misspent. They should instead have beaten Trump to buy the rights to hotels on Mars and Venus — as long as we make peace with the local inhabitants and predators.  If Biden goes to Mars we will know what he is doing there.

I also wonder every time I hear the phrase “Secret Space Program.” After all that has been said about Gary McKinnon and Solar Warden . . . books by Dolan, Salla, and a host of others . . . John Lear . . . interviews with Kerry or George Noory . . .  all the self-identified whistleblowers including our own Captain Mark Richards — it clearly is no longer a secret. Those who use the term to identify themselves seem to want to increase their importance of being privy to secrets and adventures rather than offering something new. I was calling it the Formerly Secret Space Program but now the Not-So-Secret Space Program seems to work better.  Other suggestions are welcome.

 

 

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Conspiracy Culture

 

“What we need to do as science educators, journalists and historians is to educate the public — not necessarily on the specifics of each and every case but on the rules of evidence, the burden of proof and how experts come to an understanding of what something is or what it could be. That’s a difficult task. It’s a lot easier to say, “Could be aliens,” or “Maybe not aliens,” than to say, “There are a range of possibilities. Some are more likely than others.”

– Jason Colavito, Salon, 6-21-2021


Further adds a link to an article in the New Republic by Jason Colavito exploring the connection with UFOs and right wing conspiracies. Although Colavito does not mention the cast of characters that are discussed here, it is important to understand the rise of this movement.  

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Right wing conspiracy and UFO culture have never been entirely separate. The far right ideas of William Cooper (Behold a Pale Horse) and the early Patriot movement were embraced by many in the UFO world and are still influential — although Cooper eventually rejected the UFO portion of his ideas. That connection has grown through a common idea that there is a secret body of knowledge that explains how the world really works, which is being hidden from the public.  

The idea of a secret group has long been part of the basic stable of the UFO conspiracy culture. NICAP grew out of the belief that the military had secret knowledge. From the far end of the scale, George Adamski promoted the idea of a silence group that kept the secrets of alien contact hidden from the public. Today, Richard Dolan and others promote the idea of a secret breakaway civilization. Meanwhile, disclosure advocates offer the hope that soon everything will be revealed.  

It is not too far of a stretch to move from a UFO conspiracy to the idea that a secret cabal could have political or economic control. This has become even more problematic as consistently darker UFO conspiracies push the boundaries further. It is one reason why belief in UFOs is subject to manipulation. (See Adam Gorightly, Saucers, Spooks, and Kooks: UFO Disinformation in the Age of Aquarius.)

For some, the conspiracy itself is what is important. Once that path is taken, it is only a small leap to embrace any number of things. As Tucker Carlson said in 2016, in light of Trump’s improbable success could other things be true?  In light of his defeat, the improbable has taken on new meaning for many. There are those like Carlson or Juan Savin who weave even more tales to move their followers even further to the right

Kerry Cassidy and Project Camelot have long echoed the belief that “insiders” can explain what happening in the world and virtually every event is a false flag. This led her to Mark Richards. This also led her deeper into the world of Q and she has gone far beyond the earlier interviews with Captain Mark Richards to embrace Trump, Melania, and Savin –  a belief in the restoration of the Trump dynasty because they could not have been wrong about it from the beginning.

We may return to that topic in future articles, but Trump is a strange pick if you are against the either New World Order or the vaccine. Trump has claimed credit for the vaccine being developed under Operation Warp Speed and he promoted a world order based solely upon his profits and power. So what does Kerry and the conspiracy culture see in him?

As shown in The Dreams of Kerry Cassidy , there has been changing positions taken by Mark Richards over the years with respect to Trump. Was Mark simply going along with Kerry? If Kerry truly believes that Mark is a space captain and respects him as a whistleblower, does Melania’s role with the reptilians give her pause? Will Mark emerge as a voice of reason — or do Kerry’s recent articles simply make him appear to have been more reasonable than he ever was?

 

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