Men in Power - Synchronicities and Parallels

Tuesday August 21, 2018

Last night I watched two CBS shows - Salvation followed by Elementary.

If you understand the concept of time-space - we are all having paralleling experiences moving our awareness in and out of different consciousness grids simultaneously. This goes along with an understanding of the parallel nature of the holographic universe.

In a world of parallel experience who should be featured in both TV shows - having the same sinister character profile - but non other than John Noble. You probably remember him as Dr. Walter Bishop the archetypal mad scientist who traveled between parallel realities along with his family and former partner/nemesis Dr. William Bell (Leonard Nimoy) in Fringe.

In Salvation John plays Nicholas Tanz the head of a sinister cabal dating back to the 1980's whose agenda is to run the world - or at least the US government. His nephew Darius Tanz is a billionaire genius and scientist who is trying to save the world from an impending disaster as an asteroid approaches - along the way becoming POTUS. Monday night Darius realizes it was his uncle who created the opportunity to be president - which he didn't want - and now equates to The Manchurian Candidate. Will Darius and his cohorts take down the cabal and stop the asteroid from hitting Earth?

Following Salvation on Monday nights this summer we find Elementary starring Jonny Lee Miller as Sherlock Holmes the world's greatest detective now living in Brooklyn. In season 4 (2016) we were introduced to Sherlock's father Morland Holmes played by John Noble, another shady character who runs a cabal type organization with global connections to which Sherlock has estranged himself.

Quote: There's a certain pattern that exists with geniuses - an eccentricity,
a lack of social graces and an inability to really communicate with mere mortals.

John Nobel Quotes

Guilt by Design

Trump was dealt double legal setbacks almost simultaneously on Tuesday, as his former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, implicated him in a federal crime, and his former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, was found guilty of bank and tax fraud. We have yet to hear from special prosecutor Robert Mueller, more from Omarosa , and perhaps from others as yet unmentioned.

Sometimes there are players in the game who have money, power, and superiority. They play above the law having avoided criminal action over many years if not decades. Mostly they work in the shadows while other times they are public figures. We find this type of character in real life, film, television, and more.

We dislike what they stand for and yet they have existed, and continue to exist in the game. We wait and watch for their overthrow be they in positions of authority in government, the church, business, or more directly in our own lives and workplaces.

In the past we've see these men overthrown only to be replaced by someone just as, or more sinister than they were. Alas, in end times, these antagonist - are going to fall by the wayside as those who protect and defend the rule of law assert their power to remove them.

The first two sitting members of Congress to endorse Donald Trump for president were:

1. Congressman Chris Collins who was indicted on felony charges less than two weeks ago

2. Congressman Duncan D. Hunter who is running for reelection in November. Yesterday Hunter was indicted on multiple felony charges which would have been made major headlines were the story not overshadowed by Manafort and Cohen being found guilty.

Who will be remembered for saying, "Truth isn't truth"?

Rudy Giuliani on "Meet the Press" Sunday August 19, 2018

"Truth isn't truth" - Ain't that the Truth.
Reality is built on conspiracies and lies. - Ellie

Giuliani tries to clarify 'truth isn't truth' comment