Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Whether or not one accepts Michael A. Hoffman II’s spiritual worldview or his insistence on a specifically freemasonic alchemical iconography, his fundamental insight that a sick sense of symbological humor seems to be at work behind various world events is difficult to dismiss. In recent history, this current manifests in the intelligence industry’s decision to dub its “Islamic” mercenary proxy “ISIS” – “she who bleeds but is not injured; she who bleeds but does not die, represented numerically by the mean number of days in the menstrual cycle, 5” – and for these reasons identified by Hoffman as the correlative of the five-sided Pentagon, the symbolic “feminine principle” in the 9/11 equation1.
Hoffman sees the iconographic system of the Rider-Waite Tarot as the inspiration for much of what he characterizes as the Cryptocracy’s “Great Game”. “The attack on the World Trade Center is represented in the Rider-Waite Tarot cards by the number 16 Tower card, and the attack on the five-sided Pentagon by the Tarot’s five of Pentacles. Sixteen plus five equals twenty-one,” he adds, alluding both to the game of chance and to 2001, the gateway year of the twenty-first century2.
“All that goes up must eventually come down of course, but in most cases the fall is the slow crumbling of decay,” Hoffman elaborates. “Whereas, what is built with god-like conceit – the occult ‘Edifice Complex’ – will inevitably fall catastrophically.” If the perpetrators of such feats of chutzpah are aware of this, why enact their operations with such boastfulness? “Because conceit does not necessarily imply ignorance,” Hoffman argues. “The greatest deviltry is performed fully conscious of the consequences.”3
The downfall of the tower in the inferno of Sept. 11 (9/11) is the 911 emergency call to the psyche of the Group Mind, unleashing imprisoned energy. [. . .] Properly channeled and directed, this Group Mind energy is harnessed to produce conditions for the imposition of an even more enormous and conceited tower. Every successive Babel is more towering than the previous one, thus enlarging the imposing empire of the “Grand Architect” from out of the ruins of the old.4
What does all of this have to do with Donald Trump? Aryan Skynet already exposed Trump’s phony populism for the controlled opposition it clearly represents, and few, in view of the fact that his name appears along with those of Alan Dershowitz and former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak in billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s “little black book”, should need much convincing that Trump is an irredeemable lowlife; but what connection, if any, does “The Donald” have to 9/11? Just last week the mogul announced the appointment of Michael Glassner, former Dole and Palin handler and Southwest Regional Political Director of AIPAC in 2014-2015, as Political Director of his own campaign. Glassner’s most interesting credential, however, is his 1998-2001 tenure as Chief of Staff to the Chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
In this capacity, Glassner was in charge of “lobbying strategies in support of the successful $3.21 billion dollar privatization of the World Trade Center complex”, a campaign which, with the support of Zionist billionaire Ronald Lauder, placed the property in the hands of “lucky” Larry Silverstein and partner Frank Lowy. The Chairman of the Port Authority at this crucial juncture was Goldman Sachs partner, Bush-Cheney donor, and current Finance Chairman of the Republican National Committee Lewis M. Eisenberg, who “imposed a news blackout” on negotiations before awarding the World Trade Center complex’s lease to the “No. 2 bidder, Silverstein Properties”.
During the Bush years Glassner served as Senior Vice President of External Affairs for telecommunications giant IDT Corporation, where he “Commanded the government relations, communications, and investor relations division of a multinational holding company with revenues in excess of $2 billion.” IDT, which through its entertainment division is “focused on developing, acquiring, producing and distributing computer-generated and traditionally animated productions and other productions for the film, broadcast and direct-to-consumer markets”, also employed former senator and 9/11 Commission stooge “the Hon.” Slade Gorton during this period.
For Trump to have associated himself with a such a person of interest in the architecture of the 9/11 matrix seems as glaring an indicator as possible that this ballyhooed “Great White Hope” and ostensibly populist hero’s motivations are not at all in keeping with what meets the eye. “In this role I work to increase the political participation of the pro-Israel community by managing AIPAC’s legislative mobilizations, conducting educational briefings with candidates for federal office,” Glassner explains on his LinkedIn page. “AIPAC is a registered domestic lobby whose principal mission is to work with Congress on legislation that strengthens the U.S.-Israel relationship.”
But to return to the premise posited in this article’s title – to wit, is Donald Trump somebody’s idea of a cryptographic joke? Trump’s brand, of course, carries an unshakable onomatological association with the opulent towers he famously raises and which prominently bear his name. The Tower is the sixteenth trump or Major Arcana card in the system of the Tarot. The American Heritage College Dictionary defines “trump” as a “suit in card games that outranks all others for the duration of a hand” or a “key resource to be used at an opportune moment”. A “trump card”, meanwhile, is one “held in reserve for winning a trick”. Those interested in understanding the ruse at the heart of the Trump candidacy are encouraged to read Aryan Skynet’s previous coverage of this publicity whore’s activities in “The Donald Deception”.
The trick, as always, is the mass manipulation of consciousness – a Great Game component to which “reality” TV celebrity Trump is no stranger. It may or may not also be noteworthy – though this writer would never think to accuse Trump or anyone else in his campaign of foreknowledge of 9/11 – that the undeniably shrewd mogul, in an interview given in the days immediately following the attacks, was quick to parrot the laughable explanation that “the tremendous amounts of fuel that was dumped on the building and 1600 [sic] degrees temperature – I guess that’s probably more than anything could take, no matter what.”
The Tower, according to Tarot Wikipedia, also “denotes someone who is ready to shake up the status quo. They often have emotional outbursts and behave in a way that rock[s] the foundation of relationships, families, work places and organizations. Wherever they go they rock the boat, often by revealing truths and secrets.”
When the Tower is showing up it lets you know that you must face the truth about a situation or issue to be able to have positive change in your life. Living in illusion is not going to work. You might fall off cloud nine to find yourself a whole new person, someone who is less likely to be fooled, lied to or taken advantage of. You are a whole lot less naive after the shocking effect of the Tower. The Tower shows up to free you from what is enslaving you.
Reversed, however, the Tower has an altogether different meaning:
Tower reversed denotes secrets and lies that would have brought down the false structures remain hidden and there is no shake up. There is no destruction and the Tower remains standing. The querent might not want to face facts as it will create too many chains of events that will change things. Things will remain in the dark and someone or something is preventing the truth from coming out. The false residents find their way back in, the lies are not revealed and the liars get away with it. Sometimes this card shows up reversed when the truth[s] are about to be revealed but the liars are too powerful, and the lightning that should have thrown them out of power is instead aimed at the innocent. They will not be believed and the Tower remains.
“The message of the Tower,” adds Aeclectic Tarot, “is [that] ‘The Emperor has no clothes!’[;] but the reversed Tower, in this case, indicates that the querent doesn’t want to hear that, refuses to hear it, refuses to believe it. And lucky for him, no one is going to say it. So everyone maintains the lies, and the status quo goes on.” If any metaphor captures Donald Trump’s essence as a figure in American politics, it is that of the pompously naked Emperor in his new clothes.
Trump, who for some reason says “I only go in buildings I own,” proposed rebuilding the Twin Towers in 2005 and publicly opposed the construction of Silverstein’s triumphalist Freedom Tower, but his plan was rejected as being “in poor taste”. As an indication of Trump’s subordinate standing vis-a-vis Jewish edifice builders, The Sun reported in 2008 that Trump World Tower, once the highest residential building in Manhattan, was “about to be ‘trumped’ by Larry Silverstein’s new condominium-hotel” at 30 Park Place. Silverstein’s architect, Robert A.M. Stern, tastelessly compared the view from the top to occupying “the cabin of a plane” before boasting, “The world is at your feet.”