Click the link and read this whole article. The evidence is overwhelming, coming out of the latest Camelot interview with a Scientology "whistleblower".http://nwocollapse.freehostia.com/article.php?ID=373
For a while now, I have suspected Project Camelot to be a Scientology front. Why?
1. They will often put out 3 or 4-hour videos, in which almost nothing is actually said, and the content of the video can be summarised in 5 minutes. Yet, the guest will go on and on, leaving you in suspense, just watching the thing and wasting your time. This is much like the Scientology exercises in which you will sit and stare at a mirror for hours at a time.
2. Scientology has quite the association with Hollywood, as does Kerry Cassidy, co-creator of Project Camelot. She is a "failed" Hollywood producer who started Camelot as a way to "get back" at Hollywood with her own independent media outlet to reach people, in her own words. The logo for Camelot, the jaguar, is a spin-off of the MGM Lion, says Cassidy. I suspect that she is more a representative of Scientology, exploiting vulnerable conspiracy-tinted people. Indeed, her site is full of unsubstantiated claims about aliens, UFOs, free energy technology, a boy who claims to be from Mars. This is the kind of stuff you would see in a Hollywood movie, but it's presented as real.
3. Fans of the work are often desperate and urging to see the next released video. It is all they have in their lives, and so, they become dependent on Camelot, which does ask for donations and other financial support. In many ways, it is like the church of Scientology.
You may look at these 3 points and think these are vague things to say, and on their own they are. However, on December 11, Camelot released its latest "whistleblower" interview, this time by a man under the pseudonym of Dane Tops, who is supposed to be exposing "black operations" within the Church of Scientology.
Reading through the interview [mirror here], which is posted here, it becomes apparent that Camelot is serving one purpose: to promote Scientology. Here is my analysis:
"Bill Ryan: This fascinating story dates back to 1982, when a senior member in the Church of Scientology blew the whistle on its activities… which over the previous several years had become more and more totalitarian and repressive: a far cry from how its founder, L Ron Hubbard, had intended things to be"
Immediately, they suggest that Scientology was originally a great, humanitarian vision of L. Ron Hubbard, but has since been taken over. This is L. Ron Hubbard who is quoted as saying, "You don't get rich writing science fiction. If you want to get rich, you start a religion."
In actuality, Scientology is so negatively looked upon today because the Internet has been able to expose it. The information age has taken apart this fallacy, and so, Camelot is attempting to use the very tool of the Internet to cover up the bad publicity. It is interesting to note that Camelot co-founder Bill Ryan admits being a member of Ron's Org, which he describes as "an offshoot of the original Church of Scientology".
"Bill Ryan: The now-famous “Dane Tops letter” or “Dane Tops debrief” describes how the Church of Scientology, over a number of years, was being taken over by a mysterious force"
What, you mean commercialism?
"Bill Ryan: In this interview, Dane tells the true story of the takedown of Scientology. He describes the power of Hubbard’s techniques, which, when applied ethically and by properly trained practitioners, reliably enhance psychic and other abilities to dramatic levels"
Here, they are advertising Scientology as something that can actually use magical technology to help people better themselves. But the catch is: you have to know the right person, high enough up the pyramid scheme. They do not describe what "applied ethically" means, or what "properly trained" means, or any real-life, proven examples of enhancing "psychic and other abilities to dramatic levels".
"Bill Ryan: he shares how he still sees Hubbard’s techniques, correctly applied, as one of the means whereby we can escape the attempted grip and control of the very Illuminati that ended up in control of Scientology in a position to water down its techniques to a mere shadow of what Dane describes that they once were"
Somehow, I predict that none of these techniques will work, and that applying them correctly will involve making donations and purchasing books. Notice that they use the term, "Illuminati" to try and reel in the conspiracy types, also using a story about governments trying to get a hold of these technologies for themselves. Quite the story, but it's just that.
Also, he repeatedly says that the techniques were once great, but somehow not great enough for him to tell everyone earlier, decades ago, when he first knew about them.
Thus, I wonder if this "whistleblower", who cannot be revealed on video "because Dane’s life could quite easily still be endangered" is actually just Project Camelot itself, using the intrigue to pull in more viewers, donations and conference tickets.
"Bill Ryan: Almost in passing, Dane shares what he now believes was an ET contact, coupled with a deep understanding of Hubbard’s basic principles, enabled him in 1982 to go without food, water and sleep for three months"
Here, they are appealing to the Camelot fanbase, which is largely interested in UFOs, ETs and other magical, childlike fantasies. Indeed, David Wilcock, Camelot's most-interviewed guest runs divinecosmos.com, which allows you to purchase ebooks and products, using the term "magic" again and again. The site says, "David's own brilliant meditative music sets the tone for this high-fidelity MP3 Audio of magic and exploration". The idea is that buying these products will fill a void in your life, a void very much created by false conspiracies. This is the same mentality Scientology (amongst other religions) uses.
"Bill Ryan: He describes fellow Scientologists who also had various enhanced capacities. One such was the well-known Ingo Swann, whose abilities were honed to the point where he, with several other Scientologists including Hal Puthoff, Russell Targ and fellow-psychic Pat Price, was eventually funded by the CIA and - under the auspices of the Stanford Research Institute - launched the entire body of knowledge, ability and protocol that is now known worldwide as Remote Viewing."
Remote viewing has not been proven to have any credibility. Illusionist Derren Brown interviewed the world's foremost expert on RV, to see if he could predict where a woman was located in the world. The expert went on to draw a picture of almost every type of environment you could imagine. In other words, it's like throwing loads of paint at a wall and hoping some of it sticks.
In general, Camelot itself uses this technique, covering topic after topic, hoping that something they say is picked up and agreed with. They expect you to ignore the 99% of stuff that has no relevance whatsoever.
"Bill Ryan: [Scientology] spent at least $40,000 trying to track down Dane Tops and seal the leak
During the 27 years which followed ‘the letter’, Dane Tops entrusted his true identity with just two of his closest friends. When we were approached by him at the Los Angeles Conscious Life Expo earlier this year (February 2009), we became the third and fourth persons to know."
Wouldn't it have been easier to have revealed all the information in this Camelot interview earlier, anonymously, instead of waiting until now to reveal this to a fringe website with fake stories? A real whistleblower would not wait and wait.
"Dane Tops: The Illuminati thought it could not allow humanity to discover their true innate powers and ability."
But you can? And somehow, you're doing a massive long interview without publishing this right at the top of the page? Hmmm.... Seems like a.... pyramid scheme.
"Dane Tops: In the ’40s Hubbard discovered and demonstrated that there is no memory that cannot be recovered. That was startling and unbelievable. At that time he developed techniques to have people recall memories that occurred at birth AND from conception onwards. Memories were verified for accuracy with, for instance, the doctor at birth."
Wow, that does sound amazing. And doctors verified this too? How, then, was it possibly suppressed all this time? How, then, is this technique not used today? How do you go about suppressing something that is demonstratably proven and thus, widely known? You don't.
Does this not sound like tales told by religions and small villages? Does this not sound like a myth used at a time where the information age did not exist. This is why they say it happened in the 1940s: the Internet did not exist back then. Knowledge was not as well communicated and scrutinised.
Camelot is using a backwards model to promote the idea that pursuing Scientology enough will result in amazing powers. This is the type of fantasy promoted by children's television shows like Sabrina the Teenage Witch and H20: Just Add Water -- both creations of... Hollywood. Do you see the recurring theme here?
"Dane Tops: Now, he did this work in the ’40s, and he wrote about it in a book called Dianetics, a Modern Science of Mental Health in 1950. The book was a best seller."
It certainly was a best-seller, but yet, how many readers have managed to recall memories from their birth?
"Dane Tops: The Russians realized that the out of body perceptions that Hubbard was developing could be used to spy and collect information from remote locations. The Russians saw that the power of the mind could be focused remotely to influence the thoughts of others at a distance."
Yes, and for a while, the CIA investigated it too. It is the subject of a new Hollywood, film, The Men Who Stare At Goats. The film details how the intelligence agencies would pay people to stare at a goat for hours to see if it could be killed remotely. However, the CIA quickly tossed out the technology, admitting that it did not work. Project Camelot's "whistleblower" does not mention this.
"Dane Tops: After Camelot, I now realize that at that time - in the 50s - we had just recovered ET bodies in crashed disks."
He is referring to the Roswell Incident, which actually involved a crashed experimental high-altitude surveillance balloon being used in Project Mogul by the U.S. government, yet has been exploited for decades by the UFO community to sell merchandise, books and conference tickets. The Roswell incident occured during the heat of the Cold War, when many government military aircrafts were being tested by both the United States and the Soviet Union. These are always spotted at night time because it is classified technology. and thus, the details cannot be picked up as easily. No aliens or alien body parts have ever been discovered.
He brings up this incident to blend in with the Camelot fanbase and make his story seem more credible to Camelot viewers. This will result in more allegiance to the site and its brand, much like Coca-Cola putting out an advertisement with celebrities. This blends in the product with the masses and creates brand loyalty for the corporation.
"Dane Tops: Russia wanted to use Hubbard’s material without TELLING him what was happening with the influx of crashed disks and recovered ET bodies that escalated immediately following the bombing of Hiroshima"
This is Camelot's way of covering up the fact that Hubbard has never publicly said anything about a connection with Russia. If Russia was really trying to hire him and gain his technology, he would have boasted about it and used it as a way to gain more Scientology followers, so he could make more money. It would be a huge boost for him: great publicity. But yet, nothing was ever said.
"Dane Tops: The entire cold war was a front and actually the US and Russia were united behind the scenes, at the top, in fighting and attempting to “catch up” with the feared common unknown potential enemy, the ETs."
Technological development in the last 50 years would suggest otherwise. To say the Cold War was a front for ETs is one hell of a statement. Enormous amounts of evidence would be needed to prove that. "Dane Tops" provides none. Just statement after statement, vaguely tying in events like Hiroshima and numerical dates to make the story seem legitimately tied in with real history.
"Dane Tops: Some people had levitated, some had seen through solid matter, and others had gone outside of their body with full perception of where they were."
Yet, there's no photographic evidence of levitation? Scientists have only very recently levitated a mouse in 2009 using magnetic fields, and they provide complete photographic evidence. Yet, we're supposed to believe that the Russians were doing all of this and not showing it off?
"Dane Tops: Instead of using his techniques to naturally develop psychic abilities and to recall our past lives and in-between life memories as Hubbard intended, the governments extracted from Hubbard’s works what he’d discovered that has been done down through time to control human behavior through force."
But why would the government have a monopoly over this information? Hubbard could have easily told people all over the world about this through leaflets, in-person conversations. The list goes on and on. Camelot is promoting the idea that "the government" is responsible for this, which is a paranoid, unfounded excuse that appeals directly to their fanbase.
"Dane Tops: So the modern subject of mind control and Manchurian Candidates and much more was re-researched and developed to a fine art form. As best I know, the techniques were largely “inspired” from Hubbard’s material"
The "Manchurian Candidate" theory is that through specialised torture and traumatic events -- including drugging, isolation, sensory deprivation, sexual abuse, mind compartmentalisation and key "triggers" -- people can be programmed robotically. Commands can be issued and the slave will repeat an exact sequence of instructions.
Real or not (there is actually significant evidence to suggest it works), to suggest that L. Ron Hubbard is the inventor of this gives the man quite the appearance of grandeur. It creates a perceived level of great credibility, which is used by Camelot to promote Scientology, again. It gets people thinking about all these amazing possibilities, and they see Camelot as the source of this information, so give more allegiance to the site.
"Dane Tops: There are newspaper accounts of someone in England in the 1860s doing body levitation and flying out of one upper story window and into another one
Blavatsky, a researcher and author who had psychic abilities, actually killed an animal 40 miles away; that’s documented and witnessed. So Hubbard heard about all these things during the era he grew up in."
Helena Blavatsky is a highly-discredited researcher, referred to often in the works of Jordan Maxwell (see YouTube video: Jordan Maxwell exposed). It is thus unsurprising to see Project Camelot repeatedly promote Maxwell's work, which he is selling on his website for $24.95 a piece. So, it is a money-making operation.
The Scientology promotion goes on and on in this interview. It would be useless for me to analyse every aspect of the interview. It would take forever. By now, you get the point.
One might ask why I would even bother to expose such an obvious fraud as Project Camelot, and its possible connection with Scientology. The answer is: because I care about people. I don't want to see vulnerable people's lives ruined by a scam -- a religious-esque, pyramid scheme, money-grabbing hoax.
Because of the conspiratorial nature of Project Camelot, there are not many people out there who dissect the site properly. Most do not have the knowledge to refute the claims, and will resort in name-calling, which only strengthens Project Camelot, because they can come across as "an enemy of the establishment". Indeed, many times, Bill Ryan and Kerry Cassidy have said they are revealing information that could get them killed. It's all show. Thus, I thought I would take it into my hands to do so, being highly-knowledgeable in conspiracy research myself.
There are countless stories of people whose lives have been ruined by Scientology, paying out hundreds of thousands of dollars to the church to gain more "knowledge". What we are seeing is an advanced, technological form of 21st century slavery. When you can't think properly, your mind is enslaved, and thus, you can be used to do whatever the controllers want you to. In that way, it is also a dangerous cult. Admittedly, for most people, it is a bit of fun, but there are poor people who will take it seriously and it will ruin their lives.
According to Alexa.com, a web-monitoring organisation owned by Amazon.com, Project Camelot's popularity has increased 70% in just 3 months. With Project Camelot's viewership going through the roof recently, along with other alternative media websites, now is a good time to expose the site