Aaliyah – Dana Haughton Channeled by Karl Mollison 29May2022

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Aaliyah – Dana Haughton Channeled by Karl Mollison 29May2022

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aaliyah

Aaliyah Dana Haughton (January 16, 1979 – August 25, 2001) known mononymously as Aaliyah, was an American singer, actress, dancer, and model. She has been credited for helping to redefine contemporary R&B, pop and hip hop, earning her the nicknames the “Princess of R&B” and “Queen of Urban Pop”.

Born in Brooklyn but raised in Detroit, she first gained recognition at the age of 10, when she appeared on the television show Star Search and performed in concert alongside Gladys Knight.

At the age of 12, Aaliyah signed with Jive Records and her uncle Barry Hankerson’s Blackground Records. Hankerson introduced her to R. Kelly, who became her mentor, as well as lead songwriter and producer of her debut album, Age Ain’t Nothing but a Number.

The album sold three million copies in the United States and was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). After allegations of an illegal marriage with Kelly, Aaliyah ended her contract with Jive and signed with Atlantic Records.

Aaliyah worked with record producers Timbaland and Missy Elliott for her second album, One in a Million, which sold three million copies in the United States and more than eight million copies worldwide. In 2000, Aaliyah appeared in her first film, Romeo Must Die. She contributed to the film’s soundtrack, which spawned the single “Try Again”. The song topped the Billboard Hot 100 solely on airplay, making Aaliyah the first artist in Billboard history to achieve this goal. After completing Romeo Must Die, Aaliyah filmed her role in Queen of the Damned, and released, in 2001, her self-titled third and final studio album, which topped the Billboard 200.

On August 25, 2001, Aaliyah died at the age of 22 in an airplane accident in the Bahamas, when the badly overloaded aircraft she was traveling in crashed shortly after takeoff, killing all nine on board. The pilot was later found to have traces of cocaine and alcohol in his body and was not qualified to fly the aircraft designated for the flight. Aaliyah’s family later filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the aircraft’s operator, Blackhawk International Airways, which was settled out of court.

In the decades since her death, Aaliyah’s music has continued to achieve commercial success, aided by several posthumous releases, and she has sold an estimated 24 to 32 million albums worldwide. Her accolades include three American Music Awards and two MTV VMAs, along with five Grammy Award nominations. Billboard lists her as the tenth most successful female R&B artist of the past 25 years, and the 27th most successful in history.

Viewer Questions for Creator Channeled by Karl Mollison 22May2022

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Viewer Questions for Creator Channeled by Karl Mollison 22May2022 

  1. What exactly are the “Face on Mars” and the apparent pyramids nearby in the Cydonia region of Mars? Is the “face” truly a megalithic sculpture of a humanoid face, or just a trick of light and shadow as seen from space? If they are real, what is their story; who built them, and why?
  2. Thoth and the Emerald Tablets Message Body: Who was Thoth and what do the Emerald Tablets represent? Was Toth an Anunnaki, a human or a hybrid?What is the truth of Toth’s existence, and what was the purpose of Emerald Tablets & Thoth’s teachings?
  3. If one third of people don’t go into the light upon their deaths, how do some do so years later if a human has not done a Spirit Rescue for them? 
  4. Are there scientists today that are seeking to find a solution on how to utilize the Quantum Field or Zero Point Energy as a power source and, at the same time, are turning to Creator for help to accomplish this?
  5. What are or were the values of such traditions and religions such as Paganism, Shamanism, and Druidry along with the other indigenous religions that were wiped out by the more modern state sponsored mainstream religions?In what way did these serve the Light and in which ways did they serve the ET interlopers?
  6. What are the plausible changes that humans would notice if the ETs were to leave? What would be noticed with respect to weather changes?Are there any other changes that would need some type of explanation given humans seem to think hurricanes and other severe weather and seismic disasters are part of the natural world?
  7. Is Graphene toxic? Is it now being used in chemtrails above the USA and other countries? What purpose does it serve? Does the Lightworker Healing Protocol cover this in terms of its harmful influence on humans and other living things?
  8. What can you tell us about the Georgia Guidestones?What is the purpose of this monument and what is your perspective on its message, warnings and origins?
  9. The typical human perspective towards reptiles, in general, is that they seem to be the antithesis of what we would consider as ‘love-based beings’ yet they were created by the same Creator that created the corrupted, but ‘love based’ humans who still seem to have vestiges of this loving nature. Can you explain these differences and how a Reptile could be reconsidered, especially in its healed state?
  10. If karma is an adjunct to the learning process, and Creator itself is, it seems, also leaning from the creation process, is it also subject to the Laws of Karma, and if not, why not? How is the Divine Realm itself subjected to the laws of karma as it relates to the created universe?

Louis Jolyon West Channeled by Karl Mollison 15May2022

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Louis Jolyon West Channeled by Karl Mollison 15May2022

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Jolyon_West

Louis Jolyon West October 6, 1924 – January 2, 1999 was an American psychiatrist involved in the public sphere. In 1954, at the age of 29 and with no previous tenure-track appointment, he became a full professor and chair of psychiatry at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine.

From 1969 to 1989, he served as chair of psychiatry at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Medicine and the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute.

West’s work on brainwashing techniques allowed him to exonerate U.S. servicemen under suspicion of treason for making false confessions during the Korean War-era. This brought him to the attention of the CIA, with which his relationship, at present controversial, requires further study.

He pioneered research into the use and abuse of LSD.

According to West, Scientologists attempted to discredit him and get him fired, using methods similar to those used in Operation Freakout. This was allegedly done after his contributions to a 1980 textbook that classified Scientology as a cult.

West participated in an American Psychiatric Association panel on cults. Each speaker had received a letter threatening a lawsuit if Scientology were mentioned; apparently others were intimidated. Only West, the last speaker, referred to the letter and the cult: “I read parts of the letter to the 1,000-plus psychiatrists and then told any Scientologists in the crowd to pay attention. I said I would like to advise my colleagues that I consider Scientology a cult and L. Ron Hubbard a quack and a fake. I wasn’t about to let them intimidate me.”

West was also active in studying the creation and management of cults, and anti-death penalty activism. Along with friend Charlton Heston, he supported the Civil Rights Movement, frequently participating in sit-ins and rallies.

In 1999, West died at his home in Los Angeles at age 74. His family said the cause of death was metastatic cancer. However, West’s son John would later assert in a 2009 memoir that he helped his father end his life at the latter’s choice by using prescription medication due to the terminal illness.

And from http://www.whale.to/b/west_q.html

Alleged persons he treated: Charles Manson, Sirhan-Sirhan, and later David Koresh. January 7, 1999, Reuters: “After examining [Jack] Ruby, the killer of President John F. Kennedy’s assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, West concluded Ruby was suffering from ’major mental illness precipitated by the stress of (his) trial.’’’ Member of the White House Conference on Civil Rights in 1966. For many years he fought for the abolishment of the death penalty. Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the FMS Foundation (as reported in the FMS Foundation Newsletter, Vol 4, No. 8, September 1, 1995). Dr. Colin Ross, who received many FOIA documents pertaining to U.S. government mind control research: “Started off as a Top Secret official for the Air Force who interviewed the American pilots who came back from Korea having been captured and brainwashed by the Communist Chinese. Joly West and Margaret Singer worked for Air Force Intelligence talking to those downed American pilots who were actually DDNOS level Manchurian Candidates. Director the Cult Awareness Network… funded under MKULTRA to study the psychobiology of dissociation. He will probably go down in history as the only person to kill an elephant at Oklahoma City Zoo with LSD…

Joly West was the expert witness in the trial for Patty Hearst. Who were the expert witnesses called to explain to the jury that Patty Hearst was actually a victim of coercive persuasion, mind control and brainwashing … Joly West, Margaret Singer, Robert Lifton and Martin Orne. So what did Joly West have to do with Vacaville? Joly West was Head of the UCLA Violence Project which was approved by Ronald Reagan when he was Governor of California, then shut down by public protest. It was spearheaded by a number of people including some people who were very interested in the history of CIA military mind control, and have written books about it. Well the UCLA Violence Project you are going to see in subsequent slides… [Joly was a] CIA and military contractor, and an expert on multiple personality and other things… he actually mentions multiple personality in his CIA proposal. He tried to set up this UCLA violence center that was going to be funded by Ronald Reagan and Frank Irvine from the Harvard brain electrode implant team was going to come. One of the things that was going to be done at the UCLA violence project and also at Vacaville State Prison under a separate administrative structure, but which got shut down by public protest, was that they were going to implant brain electrodes in violent sex offenders…”

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James Randi Channeled by Karl Mollison 01May2022

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James Randi Channeled by Karl Mollison 01May2022

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Randi

James Randi (August 7, 1928 – October 20, 2020) was a Canadian-American stage magician and scientific skeptic who extensively challenged paranormal and pseudoscientific claims. 

He was the son of Marie Alice (née Paradis; 1906-1987) and George Randall Zwinge (1903-1967), an executive at Bell Telephone Company. He was of French, Danish and Austrian descent.

He had a younger brother and sister. He took up magic after seeing Harry Blackstone Sr. and reading conjuring books while spending 13 months in a body cast following a bicycle accident. He confounded doctors, who expected he would never walk again.

Randi scored 168 on an IQ test. He often skipped classes, and at 17, dropped out of high school to perform as a conjurer in a carnival roadshow.  He practiced as a mentalist in local nightclubs and at Toronto’s Canadian National Exhibition and wrote for Montreal’s tabloid press.

As a teenager, he stumbled upon a church where the pastor claimed to read minds. After he re-enacted the trick before the parishioners, the pastor’s wife called the police and he spent four hours in a jail cell. This inspired his career as a scientific skeptic.

In his 20s, Randi posed as an astrologer, and to establish that they merely were doing simple tricks, he briefly wrote an astrological column in the Canadian tabloid Midnight under the name “Zo-ran” by simply shuffling up items from newspaper astrology columns and pasting them randomly into a column. In his 30s, Randi worked in the UK, Europe, Philippine nightclubs, and Japan. He witnessed many tricks that were presented as being supernatural. One of his earliest reported experiences was that of seeing an evangelist using a version of the “one-ahead”[ technique to convince churchgoers of his divine powers.

He was the co-founder of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (CSI), and founder of the James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF). Randi began his career as a magician under the stage name The Amazing Randi and later chose to devote most of his time to investigating paranormal, occult, and supernatural claims, which he collectively called “woo-woo”.

Randi retired from practicing magic at age 60, and from his foundation at 87. Although often referred to as a “debunker”, Randi said he disliked the term’s connotations and preferred to describe himself as an “investigator”. He wrote about paranormal phenomena, skepticism, and the history of magic. He was a frequent guest on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, famously exposing fraudulent faith healer Peter Popoff, and was occasionally featured on the television program Penn & Teller: Bullshit!

Before Randi’s retirement, JREF sponsored the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge, which offered a prize of one million US dollars to eligible applicants who could demonstrate evidence of any paranormal, supernatural, or occult power or event under test conditions agreed to by both parties.

In 2015, the James Randi Educational Foundation said they will no longer accept applications directly from people claiming to have a paranormal power, but will offer the challenge to anyone who has passed a preliminary test that meets with their approval.

Randi died at his home on October 20, 2020, at the age of 92. The James Randi Educational Foundation attributed his death to “age-related causes”. The Center for Inquiry said that Randi “was the public face of skeptical inquiry, bringing a sense of fun and mischievousness to a serious mission.” Kendrick Frazier said, as part of the statement,

“Despite his ferocity in challenging all forms of nonsense, in person he was a kind and gentle man.”

Andrew Goodpaster Channeled by Karl Mollison 30May2017

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Andrew Goodpaster Channeled by Karl Mollison 30May2017

It otherwise seems to be unknown amongst the various researchers and chroniclers of US Presidential assassinations and attempted assassinations.

Allegedly within the Goodpaster report an informant is quoted, “Obsessed by the idea that a carefully planned political assassination always leads to the necessary war, these officers always are constrained to think of all possible forms of a final action, of which the result could be the assassination by a fanatic of the Russian or American chief of state.”

The report continues, “Army officers—those stationed in Algeria as well as those stationed in the south of France—involved with right-wing Algerian activists, constitute a sort of secret society that is very well hidden.”

This is in alignment with information documented in Richard Cottrell’s book Gladio Nato’s Dagger at the Heart of Europe, The Pentagon-Nazi-Mafia Terror Axis.

General Andrew Goodpaster, was favored by Eisenhower to be the next CIA director.  However Dulles survivedin his office as CIA Director and it was John F. Kennedy, who after the Bay of Pigs invasion fired Dulles. Goodpaster commanded NATO under President Richard Nixon.

What about the U-2 Spy Plane incident? Here again General Goodpaster was involved: from Eisenhower’s Appointment Book he met following the NSC meeting with Acting Secretary of State Dillon, Secretary of Defense Gates, Director of Central Intelligence Dulles, the President’s National Security Adviser Gordon Gray, and Goodpaster when it was learned that Francis Gary Powers’ U-2 was shot down. What does he now say about this embarrassing episode for the Eisenhower Presidency?

Andrew Goodpaster’s story, now that he is in the Light and can reflect on his involvement in this dark episode and the other events of his time, reveals a chilling story of manipulations and mind control that is pervasive and extensive in the halls of government, the military and intelligence services.

Questions for Andrew Goodpaster

1) Is it true that there was a plot to assassinate Dwight D. Eisenhower?

2) What year was this assassination to take place?

3) How was the Secret Service Agents involved or not involved in this plot?

4) The next question involves and rather lengthy title which I am going to read in its entirety  and I apologize for that but it is part of this question Was your testimony as recorded in the ALLEGED ASSASSINATION PLOTS INVOLVING FOREIGN LEADERS AN INTERIM REPORT OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE TO STUDY GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS WITH RESPECT TO INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES UNITED STATES SENATE TOGETHER WITH ADDITIONAL, SUPPLEMENTAL, AND SEPARATE VIEWS – that was put out in 1975 – was your testimony in that document honest and accurate?

5) So this is question number 7 (actually #5) so we’re getting about half way through the questions – What was your relationship with Allen Dulles?

6) Are there any details regarding the Gary Powers spy plane incident and your interactions with Dulles and President Eisenhower that you would like to share?

7) Question number 9 (actually #7)  Did you know about the Dulce base and what was your understanding regarding the aliens and their purpose there?

8) The next three questions I’m going to combine into one question just because I think it might be easier to answer that way and you kind of addressed this to some extent already, but I am going to ask them anyway and its in three parts. Were you a victim of mind control?  Was your spiritual judgement suppressed as a result of your involvement with the US Army and US Intelligence Agencies? And – If so, how was this done?

9) OK this is the last question – What was the lesson for you in your life as Andrew Jackson Goodpaster?