Got tuned into some very old classic 60’s episodes of The Outer Limits and The Twilight Zone, specifically two episodes.  The reason I find these two fascinating is the predictive programming involved, which was common place during early 50s and 60’s TV, and which has evolved somewhat megalithically since then.
 
 The first episode from The Outer Limits was first aired on 30 September 1963, during the first season.  It’s titled, ‘The Architects of Fear’, and pretty well sums up what is going on today in geo-politics, and has done since the end of WWII.
 
From Wiki:
 
WARNING: PLOT SPOILER
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Architects of Fear (1963)

The world has entered a Cold War-esque setting in which nuclear holocaust appears imminent. In the hope of staving off an apocalyptic military confrontation between nations, an idealistic group of scientists, working at United Labs, plan to stage a fake Alien invasion of Earth, in an effort to unite all humanity against a perceived common enemy. The Scientists have managed to study the planetary conditions on the planet Theta. They draw lots, and Physicist Dr. Alan Leighton is chosen to undergo radical surgical procedures that will transform him into a projected figure from a planet with a different atmosphere. Leighton’s death is faked and the bizarre series of transplants and modifications to his body proceed. His wife Yvette persists in not believing he is dead, she feels sympathetic pain as Alan suffers on the operating table. Complications arise when the effects of Leighton’s transformation extend beyond physical appearance and begin to affect his mind, a situation compounded by the scientist’s strong psychic link to his pregnant wife.

 The scientists’ plan is for Dr. Leighton as the Thetan creature, equipped with a energy weapon and spaceship, to land at the United Nations in an effort to create panic initially, that will be resolved as the world unites to fight the invader. Alan now a perfect simulation of an inhabitant of the planet Theta is launched into orbit as a weather satellite, but the mission goes awry when the spaceship comes down off course and lands in the woods near the United Labs facility, where, after disintegrating their station wagon with his laser pistol, the doctor is severely wounded by three duck hunters with shotguns, he stumbles back to the lab. 

 

The alien threat

Yvette again feels his pain and hurries to the lab looking for her husband, she arrives as the thetan enters, it collapses to the floor, and before dying of its mortal wounds, the creature demonstrates “the mark against evil”, a personal gesture they both shared, and Yvette realizes the horrifying truth that the alien is in fact her husband.

If anyone of you has read or understands what Project Bluebeam  is, then this should be self evident.  In theory, it is the claim that NASA is attempting to implement a New Age religion with the Antichrist at its head and start a New World Order, via a technologically-simulated Second Coming.  In otherwords, a (faked) alien invasion as spoken of in the above Outer Limits episode, to bring about ‘World Peace’, yet introducing a fascist, authoratarian dictatorship of enslavement.

Watch the episode:

Now to lead on from this, with the idea of a faked alien invasion, how else could we be made fearful?  Well, if there was an alien invasion (real or not) the question asked would be “What for?”  Why would they come and what is their agenda?  There could be one of many reasons; to bring peace, to sort out our environment, to ‘enlighten’ us, or something more malevolent?  Who knows, but it’s intriguing.

Consider this: A warning of the future from the past given in a short Twilight Zone episode first aired on TV on 2nd March, 1962. Titled, ‘To Serve Man’.

WARNING: PLOT SPOILER

An alien visits the earth. He says they’ve come as friends, and they desire to help the earth and set up reciprocal visits to their planet. The aliens have noticed that the earth is plagued by both natural and un-natural calamities, and they only wish to help. They offer a new power source, an end to famine, and a force field to be used as a defense shield. The alien states, “We wish only that you simply trust us.” As he departs, he leaves a book behind.

To come in peace

 

To Serve Man

 

At this point, the decoding experts for the U.S. government go to work. A man named Chambers is part of a team assigned to translate the book, which turns out to be a most difficult task. While he is discussing the situation with several army generals, his assistant Pat rushes into the room with news that the title of the book has been deciphered. The title reads To Serve Man.

The warning

Meanwhile, the delegates at the UN watch a film of several tests given to the alien. It’s basically a lie detector test, and the results show that the Alien is making truthful statements. He repeats his motive of coming to earth only to offer help.  The countries of the world offer their thanks as deserts become gardens and armies are disbanded. Next we see people standing in line to board spaceships as the reciprocal flights to the Alien’s planet begin.  They are weighed upon entry, and speak of upcoming events as we would speak before embarking on a vacation.

Chambers and his assistant, Pat, discuss all the recent events. They note that there are no more codes to decipher, that nearly 2000 Aliens are now on earth, and how easily man decides to go off to a strange planet. In fact, they are both on a waiting list to go. Although Chambers has given up on deciphering the book, Pat states that she is still working on it and getting close to a translation.

Chambers is now in line to board the spaceship. As he is ascending the steps, Pat rushes up desperately trying to get his attention. As she is held back by the Aliens, she warns Chambers, “Don’t get on the ship! The book, To Serve Man, IT IS A COOKBOOK!”  A struggling Chambers is forced into the ship.

The fight for survival

Chambers is taken to a solitary room. He is offered a meal, but he tosses it on the floor. An Alien enters the room, picks up the meal, and gives it to Chambers stating, “Eat. We would not want you to lose weight.”

Chambers faces the camera and speaks directly to us.

 He says, “Whether we are on the ship with him or back on earth, it does not matter; we will all be on the menu.

I could not say it any louder. We will all be on the menu!!”

WATCH HERE:

In conclussion, with all the recent UFO sightings, crop circles and other strange phenomena, odds are that there is more to it than meets the eye.  As the above episodes have shown, man is too hasty in his quest for ‘enlightenment’ without waying up all the evidence and the options available.  If space beings ‘arrive’, and I use this term loosely, then what are the POLITICAL implications for this?  What is going on in the world at that moment?

Then think, who is leading the charge behind ‘disclosure’?  Research them and find out their agendas (political or not).  But most importantly, look at the ancient texts and cultures and research what they say about ‘Men that come down from the sky’.  Do they say good things?  Bad things?  Or indifference?

Either way, I think it is fundamentally important to understand the ‘programming’ that goes on within these TV shows, and I’m more so including the main ones we have on TV today!  What are they ‘saying’ and who are they saying it to and in what way?  It is out there, it is happening, and it is real!!

Keep your nose to the ground and your eyes to the sky!

JP

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