Deborah Palfrey Channeled by Karl Mollison 15Nov2020

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Deborah Palfrey Channeled by Karl Mollison 15Nov2020

Deborah Palfrey: March 18, 1956 – May 1, 2008, dubbed the D.C. Madam by the news media, operated Pamela Martin and Associates, an escort agency in Washington, D.C. Although she maintained that the company’s services were legal, she was convicted on April 15, 2008 of racketeering, using the mail for illegal purposes, and money laundering. Slightly over two weeks later, facing a prison sentence of five or six years, she was found hanged. Autopsy results and the final police investigative report concluded that her death was a suicide.

Palfrey was born in the Pittsburgh area town of Charleroi, Pennsylvania, but spent her teens in Orlando, Florida. Her father was a grocer. She graduated from Rollins College with a degree in criminal justice, and completed a nine-month legal course at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Working as a paralegal in San Diego, California, she became involved in the escort business. Dismayed at how most services were run, including widespread drug abuse, she started her own company, recruiting mostly women over 25. In 1990, she was arrested on charges of pimping, pandering and extortion; after fleeing to Montana she was captured while trying to cross the Canada–US border and brought back for trial. Following her conviction in 1992 she spent 18 months in prison.  After her release, she founded Pamela Martin and Associates.

In October 2006, United States Postal Inspection Service agents posed as a couple who were interested in buying Palfrey’s home as a means of accessing her property without a warrant.  Agents froze bank accounts worth over US$500,000, seizing papers relating to money laundering and prostitution charges.

In early 2007, Palfrey reacted to the suicide by hanging of Brandi Britton, one of her former escort service employees, by saying, “I guess I’m made of something that Brandi Britton wasn’t made of.”

Palfrey’s escorts charged as much as $300 per hour, and many have had professional careers. Palfrey continued to reside in California, and cleared some US $2 million over 13 years in operation. Palfrey appeared on ABC’s 20/20 as part of an investigative report on May 4, 2007.

In response to Palfrey’s statement that she had 10,000 to 15,000 phone numbers of clients, several clients’ lawyers contacted Palfrey to see whether accommodations could be made to keep their identities private.  Ultimately, ABC News, after going through what was described as “46 lb” [21 kg] of phone records, decided that none of the potential clients was sufficiently “newsworthy” to bother mentioning.

Senator David Vitter (R-LA) acknowledged on the night of July 9, 2007, that he had been a customer of her escort service.

Thirteen former escorts and three former clients testified at her trial.

However, ABC News only published two of the names they had identified, men who were already known to have been clients of Palfrey — Randall L. Tobias, a State Department official, and Harlan K. Ullman, a Defense Department official.  Journalist Neil A. Lewis reported, in The New York Times, that ABC would not publicize any new names.

The witnesses were compelled to testify, after being granted immunity from prosecution. In May 2007 a team at ABC News reported on their efforts to determine the identities of Palfrey’s clients from her phone records. They reported how many of Palfrey’s clients phoned from hotel rooms to obfuscate their identities. They found some clients had exaggerated their importance-one who had bragged about his role in evacuating colleagues from the White House on 9/11 turned out to merely work near The White House.

On April 15, 2008, a jury found Palfrey guilty of money laundering, using the mail for illegal purposes, and racketeering.

Palfrey believed that contrary to the U.S. Attorney’s Office lower estimate, she might spend six or seven years behind bars. She faced a maximum of 55 years in prison.

On May 1, 2008, Palfrey was found hanging in a storage shed outside her mother’s mobile home in Tarpon Springs, Florida. Police found handwritten suicide notes in the bedroom where she was staying, dated a week before her death. The autopsy and the final police investigation concluded her death was a suicide.

Palfrey’s death resulted in her conviction being vacated.

Palfrey’s two handwritten notes were released to the public. In one of them, she wrote to her sister, “You must comprehend there was no way out, I.E. ’exit strategy,’ for me other than the one I have chosen here.” In another, she described her predicament as a “modern-day lynching”. She said she feared that, at the end of serving her sentence, she would be “in my late 50s a broken, penniless and very much alone woman”.

The New York Times’ Patrick J. Lyons wrote on the Times’ blog, The Lede, that some on the Internet were skeptical that her death was a suicide.  After investigating the crime scene, however, police found “no new evidence [that] would indicate anything other than suicide by hanging,” and a police investigative report released six months later concluded that her death had been a suicide.  The police stated that Palfrey’s family believed the notes were written by Palfrey.

In early 2007, Palfrey learned of the death, apparently through suicide by hanging, of Brandi Britton, one of her former escort service employees.  Palfrey reacted to this news by saying, “I guess I’m made of something that Brandy Britton wasn’t made of.” According to her former attorney, Montgomery Blair Sibley, she even took the extraordinary step of writing directly to the prosecutor, promising to show more resolve than Britton.

On July 9, 2007, Palfrey released the supposed entirety of her phone records for public viewing and downloading on the Internet in TIFF format, though days prior to this, her civil attorney Montgomery Blair Sibley had dispatched 54 CD-ROM copies to researchers, activists, and journalists.

Sibley, Palfrey’s former attorney, claims to have her phone records and that they are relevant to the 2016 presidential election.

In April 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court denied the request to lift a lower court order, in place since 2007, that bars Sibley from releasing any information about her records.

see https://maggiemcneill.wordpress.com/2012/05/02/deborah-jeane-palfrey/

https://www.corbettreport.com/episode-158-requiem-for-the-suicided-the-dc-madam/

Does Palfrey now see the pervasiveness of extraterrestrial mind control corrupting human behavior, from her place in the light?

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Deborah Palfrey Channeled by Karl Mollison 15Nov2020

Deborah Palfrey: March 18, 1956 – May 1, 2008, dubbed the D.C. Madam by the news media, operated Pamela Martin and Associates, an escort agency in Washington, D.C. Although she maintained that the company’s services were legal, she was convicted on April 15, 2008 of racketeering, using the mail for illegal purposes, and money laundering. Slightly over two weeks later, facing a prison sentence of five or six years, she was found hanged. Autopsy results and the final police investigative report concluded that her death was a suicide.

Palfrey was born in the Pittsburgh area town of Charleroi, Pennsylvania, but spent her teens in Orlando, Florida. Her father was a grocer. She graduated from Rollins College with a degree in criminal justice, and completed a nine-month legal course at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Working as a paralegal in San Diego, California, she became involved in the escort business. Dismayed at how most services were run, including widespread drug abuse, she started her own company, recruiting mostly women over 25. In 1990, she was arrested on charges of pimping, pandering and extortion; after fleeing to Montana she was captured while trying to cross the Canada–US border and brought back for trial. Following her conviction in 1992 she spent 18 months in prison.  After her release, she founded Pamela Martin and Associates.

In October 2006, United States Postal Inspection Service agents posed as a couple who were interested in buying Palfrey’s home as a means of accessing her property without a warrant.  Agents froze bank accounts worth over US$500,000, seizing papers relating to money laundering and prostitution charges.

In early 2007, Palfrey reacted to the suicide by hanging of Brandi Britton, one of her former escort service employees, by saying, “I guess I’m made of something that Brandi Britton wasn’t made of.”

Palfrey’s escorts charged as much as $300 per hour, and many have had professional careers. Palfrey continued to reside in California, and cleared some US $2 million over 13 years in operation. Palfrey appeared on ABC’s 20/20 as part of an investigative report on May 4, 2007.

In response to Palfrey’s statement that she had 10,000 to 15,000 phone numbers of clients, several clients’ lawyers contacted Palfrey to see whether accommodations could be made to keep their identities private.  Ultimately, ABC News, after going through what was described as “46 lb” [21 kg] of phone records, decided that none of the potential clients was sufficiently “newsworthy” to bother mentioning.

Senator David Vitter (R-LA) acknowledged on the night of July 9, 2007, that he had been a customer of her escort service.

Thirteen former escorts and three former clients testified at her trial.

However, ABC News only published two of the names they had identified, men who were already known to have been clients of Palfrey — Randall L. Tobias, a State Department official, and Harlan K. Ullman, a Defense Department official.  Journalist Neil A. Lewis reported, in The New York Times, that ABC would not publicize any new names.

The witnesses were compelled to testify, after being granted immunity from prosecution. In May 2007 a team at ABC News reported on their efforts to determine the identities of Palfrey’s clients from her phone records. They reported how many of Palfrey’s clients phoned from hotel rooms to obfuscate their identities. They found some clients had exaggerated their importance-one who had bragged about his role in evacuating colleagues from the White House on 9/11 turned out to merely work near The White House.

On April 15, 2008, a jury found Palfrey guilty of money laundering, using the mail for illegal purposes, and racketeering.

Palfrey believed that contrary to the U.S. Attorney’s Office lower estimate, she might spend six or seven years behind bars. She faced a maximum of 55 years in prison.

On May 1, 2008, Palfrey was found hanging in a storage shed outside her mother’s mobile home in Tarpon Springs, Florida. Police found handwritten suicide notes in the bedroom where she was staying, dated a week before her death. The autopsy and the final police investigation concluded her death was a suicide.

Palfrey’s death resulted in her conviction being vacated.

Palfrey’s two handwritten notes were released to the public. In one of them, she wrote to her sister, “You must comprehend there was no way out, I.E. ’exit strategy,’ for me other than the one I have chosen here.” In another, she described her predicament as a “modern-day lynching”. She said she feared that, at the end of serving her sentence, she would be “in my late 50s a broken, penniless and very much alone woman”.

The New York Times’ Patrick J. Lyons wrote on the Times’ blog, The Lede, that some on the Internet were skeptical that her death was a suicide.  After investigating the crime scene, however, police found “no new evidence [that] would indicate anything other than suicide by hanging,” and a police investigative report released six months later concluded that her death had been a suicide.  The police stated that Palfrey’s family believed the notes were written by Palfrey.

In early 2007, Palfrey learned of the death, apparently through suicide by hanging, of Brandi Britton, one of her former escort service employees.  Palfrey reacted to this news by saying, “I guess I’m made of something that Brandy Britton wasn’t made of.” According to her former attorney, Montgomery Blair Sibley, she even took the extraordinary step of writing directly to the prosecutor, promising to show more resolve than Britton.

On July 9, 2007, Palfrey released the supposed entirety of her phone records for public viewing and downloading on the Internet in TIFF format, though days prior to this, her civil attorney Montgomery Blair Sibley had dispatched 54 CD-ROM copies to researchers, activists, and journalists.

Sibley, Palfrey’s former attorney, claims to have her phone records and that they are relevant to the 2016 presidential election.

In April 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court denied the request to lift a lower court order, in place since 2007, that bars Sibley from releasing any information about her records.

see https://maggiemcneill.wordpress.com/2012/05/02/deborah-jeane-palfrey/

https://www.corbettreport.com/episode-158-requiem-for-the-suicided-the-dc-madam/

 

Gary Webb Channeled by Karl Mollison 07June2020

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Gary Webb Channeled by Karl Mollison 07June2020

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

Gary Webb August 31, 1955 – December 10, 2004 was an American investigative journalist.

He began his career working for newspapers in Kentucky and Ohio, winning numerous awards, and building a strong reputation for investigative writing. Hired by the San Jose Mercury News, Webb contributed to the paper’s Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the Loma Prieta earthquake.

Webb is best known for his “Dark Alliance” series, which appeared in The Mercury News in 1996. The series examined the origins of the crack cocaine trade in Los Angeles and claimed that members of the anti-communist Contra rebels in Nicaragua had played a major role in creating the trade, using cocaine profits to support their struggle. It also suggested that the Contras may have acted with the knowledge and protection of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The series provoked outrage, particularly in the Los Angeles African-American community, and led to four major investigations of its charges.

The Los Angeles Times and other major papers published articles suggesting the “Dark Alliance” claims were overstated. After an internal review, The Mercury News ultimately published a statement in May 1997 acknowledging shortcomings in the series’ reporting and editing.

The “Dark Alliance” series remains controversial. Critics view the series’ claims as inaccurate or overstated, while supporters point to the results of a later CIA investigation as vindicating the series. Criticism has also been directed at the follow up reporting in the Los Angeles Times and other papers for focusing on problems in the series rather than re-examining the earlier CIA-Contra claims.

Webb resigned from The Mercury News in December 1997. He became an investigator for the California State Legislature, published a book based on the “Dark Alliance” series in 1998, and did freelance investigative reporting. He committed suicide on December 10, 2004.

Is there really such a thing as engineered suicide?

https://ajrarchive.org/Article.asp?id=3874&id=3874

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Could the secret space program be responsible for dark doings Gary uncovered?  

Jeffrey Epstein Channeled by Karl Mollison 22Mar2020

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Jeffrey Epstein Channeled by Karl Mollison 22Mar2020

From https://www.biography.com/crime-figure/jeffrey-epstein

and  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeffrey_Epstein

Jeffrey Epstein January 20, 1953 – August 10, 2019 was an American financier and convicted sex offender.

He began his professional life as a teacher but then switched to the banking and finance sector in various roles, working at Bear Stearns before forming his own firm.

He developed an elite social circle and procured many women, including underage girls, who were then sexually abused by Epstein and some of his contacts.

With his net worth being touted in the billions (Forbes disputes this), Epstein lived a jetsetter’s life and mingled with the world’s elite, which included President Bill Clinton, Bill Gates, Kevin Spacey, Alan Dershowitz, President Donald Trump and Prince Andrew — the last of whom has been mired in controversy ever since a young woman (who was procured by Epstein) told the media she was forced to have sexual relations multiple times with the prince when she was a teenager, starting in 1999.

Epstein had reportedly provided underage girls and young women to his powerful friends and installed vast surveillance systems throughout his properties in New York, Palm Beach, and the U.S. Virgin Islands to record their sexual activities as a means of blackmail.

In 2005 the parents of a 14-year-old girl told authorities in Palm Beach, Florida, that Epstein had sexually abused their daughter. Although the investigation eventually uncovered dozens of young women and minors who had allegedly been sexually abused by Epstein, he was ultimately charged on just two counts: soliciting a minor for prostitution and procuring minors for prostitution.

Cutting a “sweetheart deal” with Florida authorities, Epstein agreed to plead guilty to the felony prostitution charges. In 2008 he served 13 of his 18-month sentence in prison with a generous work release and was ordered to pay three dozen of his victims in restitution and register his name on the sex offender rolls.

It was later revealed that Alexander Acosta, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida at the time, felt he had no choice but to offer the lenient deal to Epstein, because according to Acosta, he was told the financier was secretly working for the government.

However, Epstein wasn’t untouchable. His luck ran out in July 2019 when authorities in Florida arrested him for suspicion of sex trafficking minors.

Pleading not guilty, he was denied bail and sent to the Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) in New York City to await trial.

On July 23, 2019, Epstein was discovered with neck injuries in his cell and was placed on suicide watch.

On August 10, Epstein’s body was discovered in his jail cell at Manhattan’s Metropolitan Correctional Center on the morning of August 10, 2019. The circumstances surrounding his death were arguably suspicious: the guards had reportedly fallen asleep while on duty and failed to check on Epstein at the appointed times and the cameras monitoring his jail cell were not working.

The New York City medical examiner concluded Epstein committed suicide by hanging. Autopsy results showed that various neck bones were broken and among them, the hyoid bone, which is more commonly broken in homicidal strangulation cases.

Dissatisfied with the circumstances that led to the medical examiner’s conclusion, Epstein’s family hired their own pathologist \who believed the evidence suggested he was more likely murdered.

Has this infamous being found spiritual enlightenment now that he is in the light?

 

Roger Craig Channeled by Karl Mollison 01Mar2020

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Roger Craig Channeled by Karl Mollison 01Mar2020

From https://spartacus-educational.com/JFKcraigR.htm

Roger Dean Craig was born in Wisconsin in 1934. The family moved to Minnesota but in 1946 Craig ran away from home. He worked as a farm labourer in South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado, New Mexico and Oklahoma. Craig eventually married and settled in Dallas.

He was named Man of the Year by the sheriff’s office in 1960 for his work in aid in helping to capture an international jewel chief. He had a successful career in the DPD and was promoted four times.

Roger Craig was on duty in Dallas on 22nd November, 1963. After hearing the firing at President John F. Kennedy he ran towards the Grassy Knoll where he interviewed witnesses to the shooting. About 15 minutes later he saw a man running from the back door of the Texas School Book Depository down the slope to Elm Street. He then got into a Nash station wagon.

Craig saw the man again in the office of Captain Will Fritz. It was the recently arrested Lee Harvey Oswald. When Craig told his story about the man being picked up by the station wagon, Oswald replied: “That station wagon belongs to Mrs. Paine… Don’t try to tie her into this. She had nothing to do with it.”

Craig was also with Seymour Weitzman, Will Fritz, Eugene Boone and Luke Mooney when the rifle was found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository. Craig insisted that the rifle found was a 7.65 Mauser and not a Mannlicher-Carcano.

Craig became unpopular with senior police officers in Dallas when he testified before the Warren Commission. He insisted he had seen Lee Harvey Oswald get into the station wagon 15 minutes after the shooting.

This was ignored by Earl Warren and his team because it showed that at least two people were involved in the assassination. Craig, unlike Seymour Weitzman, refused to change his mind about finding a 7.65 Mauser rather than a Mannlicher-Carcano in the Texas School Book Depository. Craig was fired from the police department in 1967 after he was found to have discussed his evidence with a journalist.

In 1967 Craig went to New Orleans and was a prosecution witness at the trial of Clay Shaw. Later that year he was shot at while walking to a car park. The bullet only grazed his head. In 1971 Craig wrote When They Kill A President.

In 1973 a car forced Craig’s car off a mountain road. He was badly injured but he survived the accident. In 1974 he survived another shooting in Waxahachie, Texas. The following year he was seriously wounded when his car engine exploded. Craig told friends that the Mafia had decided to kill him.

Roger Craig was found dead from on 15th May, 1975. It was later decided he had died as a result of self-inflicted gunshot wounds.

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GetWisdom.com Webinar: The Suicide Deception 24June2018

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GetWisdom.com Webinar – The Suicide Deception 24June2018

What we’ll cover in this event …

Suicide is a Deceptive Solution to Solvable Problems
Karl and Denny discuss the multiple and mostly deceptive reasons a person will try and use suicide as a “problem solver”. No two suicide tragedies are precisely alike, but most have many elements in common. What is not widely known, and what this webinar will reveal, are the hidden reasons the afflicted, suffering, and often confused victim – to take their own life.

Overwhelming Compulsion – Where it Mostly Comes From
Karl and Denny will discuss the impulsing and “pushing” that eventually causes a person to take their own life.

Removing Tormenters with the Lightworker Healing Protocol
Most suicide victims are deeply tormented with powerful intrusive thoughts, feelings, and even audible voices pushing them to take their own life. Karl and Denny discuss and explain how the Lightworker Healing Protocol can be used to bring genuine relief and HEALING to the overly afflicted victims contemplating suicide as a means of escape. They will also discuss the fate of those who commit suicide and how the Protocol can still help them once they’ve passed.

Viewer Questions and Answers
The GetWisdom.com Founders will interact with the viewing audience and answer viewer questions about the suicide deception …

GetWisdom.com Webinar: Suicide Deeper Dive 24June2018

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Suicide Deeper Dive 24Jun2018
Karl and Denny continue the “disclosure” on the reality behind suicides. Karl will share new insights he received just this week from Creator.

Viewer Questions and Answers
The GetWisdom.com Founders will interact with the viewing audience and answer viewer questions about the suicide deception …

 

Phil Schneider Channeled by Karl Mollison 05May2017

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Phil Schneider Channeled by Karl Mollison 05May2017

Phil Schneider was a geologist, engineer, and explosives expert who was employed by the government and government contractors during 1970s and 80’s in the boring of the covert tunnel system underneath the United States. This led to his exposure to many classified government projects and cover-ups including a battle between Grey extraterrestrials and U.S. soldiers in a deep underground base near Dulce New Mexico. Phil was born in 1947 to a Navy captain who himself was involved in A-bomb testing in the Pacific and the infamous “Philadelphia Experiment”.

As a protection against assassination, Phil began telling what he knew at various conferences and lectures during the 1990’s. He died in his Oregon home in 1996 under suspicious circumstances that authorities attributed to suicide.

Questions for Phil Schneider

  1. You were employed by the government as a geologist in the construction of massive tunnels under the Western part of North America, is this correct? How extensive is the tunnel system under America and across the world today? Are extraterrestrial beings also living in these underground bases and which ones?

  2. You reported a mishap that occurred in 1979 in a deep underground base located under a mesa near Dulce New Mexico. Can you elaborate on this incident? What was the purpose of the Dulce base? Was it recently damaged? If it was damaged can you elaborate? If it is still in operation; in what capacity?
  3. You felt certain that your father, Captain Oscar Schneider, was somehow involved in the “Philadelphia Experiment”. Have you verified this? Can you describe this project in detail and its effects on other time lines?

  4. You had a friend who told you about a Portland Oregon manufacturing company that received a portion of a government contract to build over 100,000 railroad cars with shackled seating, to accommodate 15 million prisoners. Can you verify that now? Is there an ongoing governmental plan to incarcerate U.S. Citizens in the future?

  5. It was reported that you committed suicide in your home in January 1996. Please relate exactly what happened to cause your death.

  6. Why was I strongly compelled to choose you as a subject for channeling at this time?

  7. What advice can you give to current government whistle blowers?

Viewer Questions for Creator Channeled by Karl Mollison 27April2017

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Viewer Questions for Creator Channeled by Karl Mollison 27April2017

From Karl –

“So the idea of even talking to Creator is somewhat new for me. It took me years to get here. And I was influenced by the same notions that have been conveyed by the spiritual folk themselves “Oh you can’t really talk to Creator there’s too much energy there, it would be overwhelming, probably even fatal, if you tried to do that. Creator doesn’t deal with us, that’s what the angels are for blah, blah, blah” and so on.

 And I always assumed that was so.”

  1. If you were to be characterized as male or female to assist humans to understand you better which would be more accurate?
  2. What is the difference between a corrupted source and an uncorrupted source?
  3. Does a corrupted source depend on the source’s intention? What are the other factors?
  4. Would it be accurate to say that no good alien has an agenda to physically appear to humans?
  5. What can whistleblowers and others concerned about the interference by extraterrestrials do to help humanity?