Blame Game

The giant Controllers don’t like anyone to know who is the boss. This becomes even more important when the boss is attempting to influence governments, religions or the masses. To this end they might take the blame on themselves for anything their boss does. Alternatively they might attempt to place blame on their enemies. The latter applies to most of their activities.

For Reference see “What is Hidden

In Genesis chapter 12 Abraham travels to the land of Egypt.

Genesis 12:7 And the Lord (יְהֹוָה֙ Yahaveh) appeared to Abram, and He said, “To your seed I will give this land,” and there he built an altar to the Lord, Who had appeared to him.

Traveling out of body makes it difficult to navigate. Abraham used Sarah to find the Pharaoh’s harem while Yahaveh hung on to her. He had her claim to be his sister, knowing the Pharaoh’s princes would snatch her up and take her to him.

The Pharaoh gave Abraham cattle, donkeys, camels and servants in return for his “sister.” After that Yahaveh laid into the Pharaoh’s house.

Genesis 12:17 And the Lord plagued Pharaoh [with] great plagues as well as his household, on account of Sarai, Abram’s wife.

The Pharaoh returned Sarah and admonished Abraham for claiming her to be his sister and sent her her back to him. From that point on Yahaveh would know where the Pharaoh was. From that point he could torment the Egyptian leader at any time. Yahaveh had given Egypt to Abraham as he promised.

To help create illusion surrounding their activities giant Controllers will have conversations designed to deceive observers. The idea is to make the conversation seem impromptu (it actually might be) but sell a falsehood. They know they are being listened to; that is the point of the charade. This is no great revelation to some of us.

Before Yahaveh destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah he and Abraham had such a conversation. Abraham was not to be blamed for the destruction. Observing the 4th D now we know Abraham, his buddy puppet masters and rapists are the ones who made the town seem evil. Even claiming to reside there.

Brimstone was used as an ancient incendiary weapon when put on arrows. The Egyptian army destroyed the cities, but Yahaveh commanded the Pharaoh to make it happen.

From Genesis chapter 18

24 Perhaps there are fifty righteous men in the midst of the city; will You even destroy and not forgive the place for the sake of the fifty righteous men who are in its midst?

26 And the Lord said, “If I find in Sodom fifty righteous men within the city, I will forgive the entire place for their sake.

27 And Abraham answered and said, “Behold now I have commenced to speak to the Lord, although I am dust and ashes

28 Perhaps the fifty righteous men will be missing five. Will You destroy the entire city because of five?” And He said, “I will not destroy if I find there forty-five.”

“Skip a bit brother Maynard.”

32 And he said, “Please, let the Lord’s wrath not be kindled, and I will speak yet this time, perhaps ten will be found there.” And He said, “I will not destroy for the sake of the ten.”

This obviously exaggerated conversation serves the purpose of making Abraham seem to not be involved. Of course, Yahaveh did destroy the cities.

This story is repeated in Judges chapters 19-21. That’s because people repeat their past lifetimes. Notice the man from Mount Ephraim is not at all like Lott. It isn’t he that’s repeating patterns, in fact probably not the same person at all. Who are repeating are the Controllers making this whole drama happen. It’s a way to destroy a city and seem righteous in so doing.

We could expect these things to keep happening. See if you can find Abraham in the story below.

Two interesting characters in history are Philip the Fair ( Philip IV ) of France

and Pope Clement V, the head of the Avignon Papacy (Phil).

They were friends from youth.

King Philip IV was at odds with Pope Boniface VIII. The latter had issued two Papal Bulls. The first was Unam sanctam that asserted religious authority over the rulers of Europe. The second; Clericis laicos, prevented the seizure of church funds and conscription of church armies to fight their secular wars.

When Boniface died in 1303 there was a stalemate between the French and Italian cardinals who were about equal in number. The unofficial story is Philip told the cardinals to elect Raymond Bertrand de Got, his childhood friend. De Got was not a cardinal so Pope Benedict XI was elected instead. Benedict died mysteriously the following year (1304). The cardinals reconvened and elected de Got who became Pope Clement V.

Clement then moved the Papacy to Avignon France and it became the location of the new Holy See. Clement explained away the parts of Clericis laicos that applied to Philip IV and withdrew Unam sanctam. Philip IV’s imperial plans were now unhindered by the Church.

In 1307 Clement V had the Dulcinians arrested and their leader Fra Dolcino burned at the stake. The Dulcinian’s theories included

  • The fall of the ecclesiastical hierarchy, and return of the Church to its original ideals of humility and poverty;
  • The fall of the feudal system;
  • Human liberation from any restraint, and from entrenched power;
  • Creation of a new egalitarian society based on mutual aid and respect, holding property in common and respecting gender equality.

These were labelled heresies by Clement V.

In 1307, on Friday October 13th, Clement V declared the Knights Templar an illegal sect and had as many of them arrested as possible. Their supposed crimes were Satan Worship and Sodomy. Their Grand Master, Jacques du Molay, was held for 4 years. It was declared he had confessed but he claimed he had not. He was also burned at the stake.

The Shit Show of the time, obviously, was one of seemingly gay Templars worshiping Satan.

King Philip IV was in considerable debt to the Templar Order. He had financed his wars with loans from the Templar bank.

Other motives appear to have included concern over perceived heresy, assertion of French control over a weakened Papacy, and finally, the substitution of royal officials for officers of the Temple in the financial management of French government. Recent studies emphasize the political and religious motivations of Philip the Fair and his ministers (especially Guillaume de Nogaret). It seems that, with the “discovery” and repression of the “Templars’ heresy”, the Capetian monarchy claimed for itself the mystic foundations of the papal theocracy. The Temple case was the last step of a process of appropriating these foundations, which had begun with the Franco-papal rift at the time of Boniface VIII. Being the ultimate defender of the Catholic faith, the Capetian king was invested with a Christ-like function that put him above the pope. What was at stake in the Templars’ trial, then, was the establishment of a ‘royal theocracy‘” (Wikipedia).

It seems that Philip the Fair and Pope Clement V had complete contempt for the rest of Europe’s rulers and the Church. The Knights Templar were one of two armies of the Catholic Church. Jacques du Molay was concerned with the appropriation of the Papal Throne to France and Clement’s relationship with Philip the Fair.

Both the French King and his buddy the Pope died in 1314. Philip the Fair died of a stroke while hunting. Clement V died on 20 April 1314.

“According to one account, while his body was lying in state, a thunderstorm arose during the night and lightning struck the church where his body lay, setting it on fire. The fire was so intense that by the time it was extinguished, the Pope’s body had been all but destroyed” (Wikipedia).


John 8:44 You are from your father, the devil, and you prefer to do what your father wants. He was a murderer from the start; he was never grounded in the truth; there is no truth in him at all. When he lies he is speaking true to his nature, because he is a liar, and the father of lies.

John 8:56 Your father Abraham rejoiced to think that he would see my Day; he saw it and was glad.