January 23, 2008 (#66)




Title Copyright Alan Watt January 23, 2008:


© Alan Watt January 23, 2008


Title & Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - January 23, 2008 (Exempting Music, Literary Quotes and Callers' Comments)








"Code of Silence" by Bruce Springsteen


There's a code of silence that we don't dare speak
There's a wall between us and a river so deep
And we keep pretending that there's nothing wrong
But there's a code of silence and it can't go on


Is the truth so elusive, so elusive as you can see
that it ain't enough baby
To bridge the distance between you and me
There's a list of grievance 100 miles long
There's a code of silence and it can't go on



Hi folks. I'm Alan Watt and this is Cutting Through the Matrix on January 23rd, 2008. Now for newcomers I always ask them to look into cuttingthroughthematrix.com and look at the different topics and different talks I've given the past, which covers quite an extensive area of history and gives you a lot of the clues as to the controllers and how they manage us because we are managed. All governments manage people. That's what they're for. They're not there to serve you. They're there to manage you and that's been known since the earliest of times.


The con is to reverse it and make you think they're actually servants, but they're there to manage you because the differences among society and individuals even and all the conflicts that are caused, it means that they can't please everyone and we see that in our daily lives with interpersonal relationships. So long, long ago the big boys decided to give us management. Now they call it governance and we're going into global governance and therefore all those little people, all of us who are just too immature to grow up, are to be managed into the next phase where we can't cause any problems and like all roads to hell it must be made to seem enticing. It's the electronic age where eventually interfacing with computers will be the normal, it's a step-by-step process, as indeed the first computer given to the public was just the first step because they already knew where it was going to take us and that's to a world where we can’t cause any problems for anyone.


Now for transcripts, you can download them from alanwattsentientsentinel.eu and they're written in the various languages of Europe and Scandinavia.


Nothing in this world on a large scale happens by chance. In fact, even revolutions within countries or overthrows or assassinations cannot be kept secret because the big intelligent agencies are so massive. They're so intertwined all through the societies of each country that it's impossible to keep anything secret. For 50, 60 years this mesh of intelligence agencies has been guiding the world through overthrows, assassinations, coups and so on because it's all part of the big empire building plan to the global empire, until we're all under one singular system worldwide under the United Nations. We're hearing the squeaks now come out of politicians at the top, including Mr. Brown of Britain as he talks about the need, the need for some sort of global government system. Well, it's already there, isn't it? It's already there and he also mentions the fact in one of his little speeches in India that we have to give up our sovereignty for peace. I'll be back with more of this after the following messages.



Hi folks. Alan Watt back with Cutting Through the Matrix and I'm talking about the speeches that Mr. Brown and others are giving and have been giving these last few months as they tour the world and promulgate the whole idea of the global system, just to get us more and more familiar with the concept of it. We’re really well trained into it already. Most people don't really mind. In fact, most people don't mind much at all these days, really, when you think about it. They're talking about a new well-managed system worldwide and they go into the usual little announcements on the need to curb population and sustainable development and all of the usual stuff, and as this is happening we're finding too that the UN and all of its different facets – look at how many NGO groups belong to the United Nations. You'd be astounded. All those little announcements you get in newspapers, the World Wildlife Fund and thousands of other ones, are all part of the United Nations in reality, pushing for the sustainable development, which includes population reduction, massive cutbacks in all energy consumption. We have to really look in to the United Nations and their policies to get a better understanding of where they're going because prior to the United Nations there's simply the chameleon transformation from the old League of Nations into the United Nations and the same people, the same bureaucrats moved into the new seats in the new buildings. That's all it really was.


It was on the go from at least 1917 really and it was set up long before that quietly. In fact, long before Wilson pushed the idea because the bankers and the very rich men of the 1800's had already decided that they wouldn't need eventually a big population. They knew that even in the Industrial Era – remember these are economists that have the histories of the world in their archives. That's what they deal with is histories and population and numbers and debt and how many they need to pay off debts and so on. That's what economists and bankers work with. They had all of that at their fingertips in the 1800's and they could see that there would be a tremendous boom in the industries but they also saw that it would come to an end eventually as well.


It's kind of like starting up a locomotive train and getting up to speed and then at the right time you start putting the brakes on at the back to slow it, because that's how they kind of work. They work in centuries and right after World War I the same League of Nations had a lot of front people and members privately publish books under their own names all promoting the same agenda of massive population reduction because they said that the world war hadn’t killed enough people off. That was pushed in dozens and dozens of books all over Europe, mainly though in Britain. And to counter that there were local people, even clergy were taking the same facts they were given and contradicting them and pointing out the obvious; and that was that since so many of the elite were having these books published and some of them were writing them themselves, how come the elite who had the biggest families of all wouldn't volunteer to cutback on their own habits? Put it that way.


However, you see the elite believe they have the right, this is their world and we are the children and since most of the children they claim will never grow up we don't really have any rights, we're too base. We haven't evolved enough, and these people at the top truly believe in evolution. It's very Hinduistic in its understanding of the world. They do believe in evolution, which is, remember, a religion. Evolution is an actual religion. It's a belief system and simply because as Mr. Russell himself who was one of them pushed it, he also said a truth. He said, "because something is repeated over and over and many people come to belief it doesn't mean it's true," and that's how we're given most of our ideas and opinions is by repetition and today it's by repetition by experts. Doesn't mean it's true. It is a belief system and even Darwin himself admitted that to try and figure out how the eye of an insect was even constructed through evolution was an impossible task. It staggered him too, as it would stagger anybody.


It's an evolution theory and they have us all trained to believe in it and they also believe in evolution that there's some big plan behind it all, some hidden plan, some hidden force. That's where the whole world consciousness comes into play, where we're all part of this big world consciousness and we're all going together in a certain route, some manifest destiny that must work itself out. Nothing is further from the truth because you see the future is planned by the elite and we don't even take part in it. Most folk definitely – it's not the world consciousness. It's the world unconsciousness. Most folk don't even know it's happening. They just live through it and accept everything as it is.


Part of the old idea to bring the population down wasn't original. It was an old technique used thousands of years ago that they just simply introduced again, reintroduced. If you want people to cut down on offspring, what you have to do is promote the very thing that causes offspring. It had been done in ancient times and they'd even trained people to sacrifice their first born at one point, not just in the Middle East but in Greece and other Grecian Islands and that became the norm too. They could also promote promiscuity to ensure that bonding wouldn't happen because you need, regardless, in a natural environment, you need more than one person to bring up a child. It's that simple. We’re not living in a natural environment anymore. We’re in an unnatural environment and we're dependent upon the system in fact for everything. That's male or female. We're all dependent on their system.


In fact all the alternatives to the system, all the loopholes have been closed over the last mainly 50 years to be independent and so they promoted promiscuity again. We had the fallout from promiscuity, which was unwanted children, that came across with what they really wanted and they got that dealt with, not just orphanages, and people really thought they'd won battles over it; and it was noting to do with the ones at the top caring about women or men or children. It was about reducing the population. That's what it was all about and who'd have thought they'd gone even further. You see that's why they created a youth culture. A youth culture was given by a culture industry based in Hollywood as it was decided in the 1960's it would be when they debated whether Hollywood or London, England and the film studios should promote the new world culture. It was held by the Royal Institute for International Affairs and they brought over their cousins from the U.S., The Council on Foreign Relations, and debated this for about two or three weeks and published it in the newspapers that Hollywood would be given the job of creating the world culture which is to be a youth based culture.


Meanwhile, the Cold War was going on and all that around that time and people were thinking that the left-wing groups, all these radical left-wing groups were the cause of all the problems and it's now admitted to that the CIA funded the most extreme left-wing groups there were, and the right-wing groups. They funded all sides of everything and lead them too. They gave the leaders to us to promote all of their agenda and what they had to do was really promote promiscuity, the big global agenda. Nothing national about it. This is global although it was mainly the West that was involved initially, because as Plato said and they all read Plato in "The Republic."  All of the big boys read Plato. They're always quoting Plato that the public mimic what they see from Hollywood. "They copy the fashion on stage" as Plato said. They copy the scenes and the drama and they enact them in their own lives, including the affairs and everything else, and they sing the songs. They mimic the songs which they hear too, so much so that the youth were more susceptible to falling for the spells cast by singers. He wanted all musicians to be licensed back then because of the power they had. All of that knowledge has been reused again with the big entertainment industry to create a youth culture because they had to separate the generations and everyone but everyone has to be young. Doesn't matter how old you really are. You must be young.


Every ad on television has young smiling faces. They use 18 or even 15 year olds to put anti-wrinkle cream on telling you this is how you're going to look and people fall for this kind of stuff. However, the message really is if you're older you're just useless. You're not part of the equation. You're not to be listened to. You have nothing to say and that's worked so well. Look at the amounts of people today running off to have their bodies altered and their faces altered because they're terrified; terrified is the word, of getting older. Something that was cherished in many, many countries and all countries at one time. Those who were older and wiser had a lot of respect because they had something in wisdom to pass on, but not now. It's the youth orientated culture. So much so they're pushing younger and younger sex exactly along the lines that Lord Bertrand Russell advocated with his experimental schools because he said if they can get them actually having sex or thinking about sex before puberty, then once again the whole idea of bonding would become very, very difficult. They wouldn't have to bond. It would be irrelevant. That's happened. That phase is over with pretty well, which leads me on to the great coincidences that happen as we "evolve" as they say at the top; the great coincidences.


Now supposing their own religion was true, this evolution. For some major change to happen it would literally take at least thousands if not millions of years regarding the human condition physically, but it's not so, is it? It's not so. Since the 1950's with all this great healthcare and so on, we're getting sicker and sicker and we have much more worse side effects than that. We have autism going sky high. We have the official IQ being lowered because we're getting dumber. That doesn't happen by chance. I'll be back with more about this after the following messages.



Hi folks. I'm Alan Watt back Cutting Through the Matrix, and to follow what I've been talking about, about this evolution business and how we're brainwashed, constantly brainwashed with new theories and so on. A theory again is part of a belief system unless it becomes fact, then it's fact. It's not a theory anymore. Today most of the stuff we get fed happens to be theory and the fact is known at much higher levels but not for public consumption. This is from the Los Angeles Times from January 21st, by Susan Brink, Times Staff Writer. The headline is:


            "Girl, you'll be a woman sooner than expected.


            "At 8 or 9 years old, the typical American schoolgirl is perfecting her cursive handwriting style. She's picking out nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs in sentences. She's a little girl with a lot to learn. And yet, in increasing numbers, when girls this age run across the playground in T-shirts, there is undeniable evidence that their bodies are blossoming. The first visible sign of puberty, breast budding, is arriving ever earlier in American girls. Some parents and activists suspect environmental chemicals. Most pediatricians and endocrinologists say that, though they have suspicions about the environment, the only scientific evidence points to the obesity epidemic. What's clear, however, is that the elements of female maturity increasingly are spacing themselves out over months, even years -- and no one quite knows why."


Alan:  Ha-ha, ha.


            "While early menstruation is a known risk factor for breast cancer, no one knows what earlier breast development means for the future of girls' health. "We're not backing up all events in puberty," says Sandra Streingraber, biologist and visiting scholar at Ithaca College. "We're backing up the starting point." She has examined the research on female puberty and compiled a summary in an August 2007 report called "The Falling Age of Puberty in U.S. Girls." The report was financed by the Breast Cancer Fund, an advocacy group interested in exploring environmental causes of that disease.


Earlier breast development is now so typical that the Lawson Wilkins Pediatric Endocrine Society urged changing the definition of "normal" development. Until 10 years ago, breast development at age 8 was considered an abnormal event that should be investigated by an endocrinologist. Then a landmark study in the April 1997 journal Pediatrics written by Marcia Herman-Giddens, adjunct professor at the School of Public Health at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, found that among 17,000 girls in North Carolina, almost half of African Americans and 15% of whites had begun breast development by age 8. Two years later, the society suggested changing what it considered medically normal. The new "8" -- the medically suggested definition for abnormally early breast development -- is, the society says, 7 for white girls and 6 for African American girls.


Alan:  It goes on to say:


           "Through the ages. Puberty involves three stages: breast development, pubic hair growth and, finally, menstruation. Because the final event is typically the most memorable for women, it has been the one most scientifically documented in studies based on self-reported memories. The first 100 years that medical records were kept on the age of onset of menstruation saw continuous drops. Between about 1850 and 1950 in Europe, the average age of a girl's first period dropped from about 17 to about 13. (The U.S. doesn't have good data earlier than the 20th century, though trends were probably similar, says Steingraber, who prepared the August 2007 report after examining hundreds of studies on potential dietary, lifestyle and environmental causes of early puberty.) Much of that decline probably…"


Alan:  I like the word "probably."


            "…has to do with better nutrition and public health improvements that reduced the spread of infectious diseases. "Better diet, closed sewer systems, deep burial of the dead," Steingraber says. "By the beginning of the 20th century, those things were in place." Adequate food and good health signal the brain that it's safe to reproduce, according to theories of evolutionary biology."


Alan:  Here we are again. See they talk a religion right in there as they give you a possible guess, which is just a theory.


            "We're healthier and we weigh more," says Dr. Francine Kaufman, head of the center for diabetes and endocrinology at Childrens Hospital. "In some ways, puberty is a luxury."


Alan:  Now it's not really true they don't have records on this stuff, because there's records going back for hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of years, mainly to do with royalty and nobility and so on, in pretty well every country and they have multiple records and all this kind of stuff, just to put that straight in trying to feed their theory. Now I think the music is trying to cut in here so I'll be back after the following messages.



Hi folks. I'm Alan Watt back with Cutting Through the Matrix and cutting through the web of confusion that some would have us believe in when it comes to topics such as this because there's nothing really confusing about it if you do your homework. To continue, before I take the callers, to continue with this particular article the author goes on to say:


            "Adequate food and good health signal the brain that it's safe to reproduce, according to theories of evolutionary biology. "We're healthier and we weigh more," says Dr. Francine Kaufman, head of the center for diabetes and endocrinology at Childrens Hospital. "In some ways, puberty is a luxury. "With the brain picking up these signals, the hormonal parade can begin, first with the release from the hypothalamus of gonadotropin-releasing hormone, which sends other hormones from the pituitary gland through the bloodstream to the ovaries. The ovaries gear up production of a form of estrogen called estradiol, which initiates breast development -- the first step in puberty."


Alan:  By the way, the artificial synthetic forms of that is in water and everything now. Before I go on to the next part I should mentioned that Charles Galton Darwin in "The Next Million Years" when he was talking about the vast culling of the population, he did say that part of that would be the target the hormonal development of male and female.


To continue:


            "A second signaling pathway stimulates the adrenal gland to begin androgen production, which results in pubic hair. The final stage of puberty is the beginning of monthly periods. But the first two events are happening significantly earlier in the lives of today's girls than they did in the lives of their mothers and grandmothers. The age of first menstruation has dropped too, at a rate of about one month per decade…"


Alan:  One month per decade.


            "…for the last 30 years…"


Alan:  And when did the mass inoculations really hype up, start up?


            "…according to a January 2003 study in Pediatrics. Today, the U.S. average for first period is 12.5 for white girls, 12.06 for black girls and 12.09 for Latinas. The gap between the first appearance of breast buds and menstruation grew wider by as much as a year and a half between the 1960s and the 1990s, according to research published in the October 2006 journal Current Opinion in Obstetrics and Gynecology. The time from breast buds to bleeding, according to Herman-Giddens, is now close to three years. In short, that finely tuned biological process may have reached a tipping point. Since the 1960s, Herman-Giddens says, the decline in the age of maturity has crossed the line from positive reasons, such as better diet, to negative ones, such as eating too much, exercising too little and the vast unknowns of chemical pollution. The lack of adequate explanation has some experts worried…"


Alan:  Again, the experts, you know that big group over our heads, the faceless ones.


            "Over the course of a few decades, the childhoods of U.S. girls have been significantly shortened," Steingraber says. Redefining 'average'.  The new average age of puberty, some fear, may be like the new average weight -- typical, but terrible. "My fear," Herman-Giddens says, "is that medical groups could take the data and say 'This is normal. We don't have to worry about it. My feeling is that it is not normal. It's a response to an abnormal environment."


Alan:  It certainly is. It's a tremendous response to an abnormal environment, but we've also been tampered with incredibly since we're born through the inoculations, which I am certain are targeting the male and the female sex organs. I'm very well positive about that, enough been written about it in the past by members of the elite, and when you see things happening after the particular people wrote about it, very powerful people who spoke on the behalf of their own kind at the top, who don't simply make wish lists, they actually put it into action, then you can pretty well – like a court would come to its conclusion, you would base it on the preponderance of evidence and we have lots of it today. Lots of it today.


How I think there's a caller, Keith from Florida. Are you there, Keith?


Keith:  Hi, Alan. I'm here. Wow, what a cruel description of what these children have to face. Hey, how about questions. I have so many questions, so little time as always. But I'm sort of hung up on a couple of words and I think that you might be able to help me out here philosophically, you might say. Whenever I hear the word republic I always think of aristocracy, and when I hear the world democracy I always associate that with sort of the common people. Correct me if I'm wrong, but as I remember what I read about Plato and Socrates, that Plato really mischaracterized the trial and death of Socrates and really sort of pinned it, framed the people or the lower classes with that to give democracy a bad name. Am I on the right track here?


Alan:  It's yes and no. Whatever terms they give the ordinary people down below don't really matter because we've never had democracy and it's never likely we'd ever be – see what they all knew back in Plato's day is that he gave the Plebeians, as he called them, the Plebeian vote. All you had to do was to advertise and promise them things during the election and they would vote for the ones that promised them personally something for free and therefore the masses of the public could always be counted on to vote the way that the elite wanted them to vote. That was the little con game and democracy had been tried long before, remember, not just in Greece but even in ancient China, so they had lots of records on democracy and fascism. They had fascism in China too. They had all different kinds and socialism even before they even had feudalism. All of these systems have been tried out but what they count on really is conning the public into believing they have some kind of rights and that's how we're managed.


Keith:  I guess having been raised in America and having always been told that this is a "democracy" but it actually functions as a republic, but the word republic until recently hasn't been promoted too heavily but it's really the mass appeal of – and I understand the built-in divisiveness of that and it's very artful, but I was wondering if there was any esoteric hidden meanings in the words themselves.


Alan:  There is. RE is to do again, when you have re, and it's RE-PUBLIC, you see. It's another con on the public. I used to be amazed when I read the whole story of the Founding Fathers. They knew the history of every other country. They knew the ancient histories too. In fact they said they looked at all the old systems of government and thought that Rome had the best of the lot, ancient Rome.


Keith:  About 70 percent slaves, eh?


Alan:  Seventy percent slaves and you also had the Senate, which was an aristocracy. They ended up taking the land off all the people at the end.


Keith:  Yeah right. No wonder they call it the empire.


Alan:  I know. Yes and of course they use the eagle too and so I always thought it was kind of odd and the word "senate" is an Egyptian word. The senet is actually a chess floor. It's a chess game. It comes from the Egypt word, the black and the white squares, so you always get two opposing sides; and sure enough, as soon as the War of Independence was over, before you know it they started up an opposition and copied the exact same system that was already basically in Britain with the Whigs and the Tories.


Keith:  One more question. What do you know – I wonder if you have any knowledge or opinion of Ralph Nader the consumer advocate that's part-time presidential candidate every once in a while, because I've looked at some old films of him – well, not too old, a few years back. I tell you it's amazing the effort that the establishment especially the democratic party has gone to keep him out of the big picture and he's one of the few that I've heard advocate abolishing the Electoral College and I was wondering if you have any dirt on him. Do you know this guy?


Alan:  The only thing I can say about him – he's always put out in the press as saying the right things often you know. However, I did hear him give an election speech when he was running a few years ago and he was literally pushing the whole UN agenda and the banning of all – he wanted to eradicate ALL automobiles, all private autos, and I thought, wow, this is just the same old stuff from the top.


Keith:  I think a lot of well intended people get caught up in that UN fantasy and I personally, I ride a bicycle and I decided before I went to Europe last year that I would sell both my vehicles. I'm very happy not to have a vehicle, although I do like to have the option to have one, but I understand a lot of these environmentalists get a little extreme in their views.


Alan:  It isn't just extreme. It's all the same agenda with the habitat areas and no private property. You'll be stuck there running – you're literally ordered by the dictates of bureaucrats.


Keith:  World heritage sights.


Alan:  And that's no life at all, while they know darn well that the big cities are going to be the habitats for the majority of the public to get thrown into when they have no transportation. You'll be living like Soylent Green, massively overcrowded, while the elite and the bureaucrats will have all their beautiful places, very modern, outside in the country that you can't get to and they'll also be setting up their places which they are already in the Middle East in [Dhapur] and other places. 


Keith:  Dubai, I guess that's the big – that's one of their little enclaves, Dubai.


Alan:  That's going to be the most modern city in the world. They're building one up right now. It's more money than any other – it’s a brand new city they're creating all high-tech. Again, no private automobiles, so they say. There'll be some for a few very special people that will be classified as necessary vehicles only, but not for the average Joe.


Keith:  I heard that there was a little Middle Eastern country and I can't remember the name of it. It's only 30 years old and they actually in order to attract tourists they actually bought or leased part of if not all of the Louvre in France.


Alan:  The Louvre in France is actually paying to put up a duplicate of itself in Dubai. There's an exact duplicate and they're taking over or touring with all of their wares and showing them over there into the new Louvre once it's built.


Keith:  Well I guess what's next, London Bridge.


Alan:  Oh well, to be honest with you--


Keith:  Maybe they could sell that Washington Monument. I'd like to get rid of that thing.


Alan:  Eventually London will probably sell the rest of the country off. People don't realize that London already has sold parts of Scotland off and it still hasn't been explained as to how they could that.


Keith:  You see what I wanted to ask you real quick. Edinburgh in relation to Thomas Jefferson. I read years ago that Thomas Jefferson actually plagiarized the Declaration of Independence from the Declaration of Arbroath which was written by the Nobles of Scotland to tell Robert the Bruce that no king is above the law. Am I correct on that?


Alan:  It's rumored to be so and it truly is very similar indeed to it. Edinburgh is the old mystic city. It's also on seven hills and it's EDEN-BURGH.


Keith:  Yes that's why Eden-burgh. Jefferson from what I read said that was the Athens of his day.


Alan:  I can hear something there. I thought I was the only guy with trains that go by me.


Keith:  Oh no. The train is in my neighborhood.


Alan:  It's in your neighborhood, oh good.


Keith:  Yes, I'm in south Florida. Alan, it's great to talk to you I tell you. I mean you've really done a lot. I'm so glad I discovered you. I really am. Thank you very much. So did you ever spend any time in Edinburgh?


Alan:  Oh yes, I've been in Edinburgh for sure. I've played there.


Keith:  I think I called you a few days ago or last week and I mentioned I spent some time in Helsinki, Finland because my mother is actually from a little town Lappeenranta and I was actually there immigrating but you know what? I got so turned off to the European Union. The poor Finns are so furious about having been sold into the European Union. They are really – but they're very scared too.


Alan:  The Finns really have stood up against everybody. They stood up against Natzi Germany. They stood against the Soviet Union.


Keith:  They're tough people.


Alan:  They're tough people that just would not give up and it's sad to see them being tricked into it. When you fall for Spanish gold you can buy off the ones at the top, you know.


Keith:  Sure, absolutely. It's amazing. When I was over there – if you ever get a chance you can find good pictures of it. There's a Lutheran Church that was built in the 1830's by a German architect named Engel and it's fascinating because I was taken on a tour of that and I was shown the Illuminati symbols. I mean literally over each doorway, there are four doorways and they have the all-seeing eye in the granite relief over the door and there are 12 apostles with illuminati-like builder squares and the key dangling over the entrance. Yet that actual church was dedicated to the Czar, Nicholas the II, and he, from what I read, had outlined Secret Societies, so go figure you know.


Alan:  You always find that because the old ones, even the Comacines that built the big, big cathedrals throughout Europe were themselves a brotherhood and the initial ones were actually monks that lived near Lake Como in northern Italy and they lived on an island in fact but they trained themselves there. Those guys wore the red thread around the penis. That was the tie. That was their bound. They're bound by oath and they were an incredible secret society and they would put these symbols into all the big cathedrals and you could look up you'll see the little green man carved somewhere up in stone up way above your head, little pictures of robins.


Keith:  Well I tell you. Sometime I'm going to write you and I don't know if you've heard of this guy but I was in there four days because I'm a writer and I was trying to do some journalism over there and I got hooked up with [Igor Bach]. Have you ever heard of this guy?


Alan:  Yes.


Keith:  Okay. I mean all of a sudden I was in there four days and I was in his flat and listening to this whole saga and I tell you he knows a lot about Freemasons of Valhalla and I saw pictures of him with the Swedish king and queen where they're looking at him as if he was really the stuff you know, and supposedly Lenin actually visited his home and I mean this guy had oil paintings from Swedish masters on the wall. I mean it was very mind blowing really.


Alan:  Even Trotsky used to take trips to see these masters and he wrote a book about it because he was a Mason who he claims he was initiated while in prison at the time.


Keith:  That's really funny because Trotsky claimed that while he was incarcerated in Siberia he wrote "A History of Freemasonry" and I thought to myself where did he get his reference material? I mean it's pretty bizarre.


Alan:  I know, I know but Masonry runs this world. That's the religion around and within all religions. It's worldwide.


Keith:  All right. Well Alan, thank you very much. I really appreciate your time and I'm going to write you soon.


Alan:  Thanks for calling. I'll be back with more after these messages. Hi folks. I'm Alan Watt and we're Cutting Through the Matrix, and I think we'll just squeeze in another caller and there's John from New Mexico. Are you there, John?


John:  Hello. I'm here Alan. It's really nice to speak to you. I've been listening to you for an awful long time. I guess the first time was on Coast-to-Coast. Since I was a young child, I always knew that something was going on and I've been mislead all my life, completely and totally mislead, until I listened to you, but it's really nice listening to you. Anyway, I had a question. My sister really enjoys Harry Potter and I've never got into the movies. Me and my children, we don't really go to the movies that much and it never turned me on to even get involved with Harry Potter but the author of Harry Potter I guess came from rags to riches living in a --


Alan:  Ha-ha-ha-ha.


John:  In a car you know.


Alan:  I thought it was a flower pot.


John:  Who then becomes a billionaire.


Alan:  I think it was flower pot, yes.


John:  Yes, a flower pot, something like that, and do you know anything about that?


Alan:  I don't follow the nonsense they feed the public because obviously it's the usual occultic stuff that the average person wouldn’t even know that's put out by the Harry Potter movies. It's just the same old stories over and over and over again and the names are pretty precise that they use within those movies for old occultic figures in the past et cetera and deities and such, so someone living in a flower pot wouldn't dream that up unless they were maybe taking a lot of the pot along with it.


John:  I agree. So I haven't lost anything by being involved with Harry Potter, but I ordered your books and to let you know that I had gone through extreme financial challenges for the past seven or eight years going from living really comfortable to just living in the dirt practically, even though I've had my family that's helped me out quite a bit. But I had an order written out for you in September of 2006 and it was in an envelope ready to go and it got so old that I threw that away and then I thought I would send you a donation. I actually wrote the check out and I was just waiting for the money to come in to be able to send it and that got old, but I finally last week ordered all your books and I'm really excited to get them because I'm in the process of home schooling my children and we're going to use your books hopefully as one of the courses in our home schooling.


Alan:  That's a good idea. There's other people doing that too and the talks as well. They're using them.


John:  I have two children that next time I call I'm going to put them on the line. I'm out of town right now and not even actually listening to you. I called by son to look up your phone number.


Alan:  Okay. Well I'll look out for your order when it comes in.


John:  Okay. Well thank you Alan and I'll talk to you soon. Okay, have a safe time.


Alan:  You too. From Hamish and myself, up here in snowy Ontario, Canada, it's good night and may your god or your gods go with you.



(Transcribed by Linda)