The Consortium, the Quorum, the alien interface, depicted in 'romantic' fiction - what the heck?!

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I’be been making slow and steady progress with “From Paul to Mark”, but after reading Laura’s intro, I bought the Kindle version of the Billionaire Banker trilogy and practically whizzed through it. Definitely an easy read although the frequent and furious sex scenes still take some getting used to. Nonetheless the trilogy certainly answered some questions I’ve always had regarding the 0.01% that run the world. I could never understand how these guys could sacrifice their own families for power, but it’s based on habits and conditioning cultivated from birth just the same we (the 90%) are brought up to be poor, obedient worker bees. The ritual abuse at a young age breeds psychopaths and knocks any remaining light from your soul 😳.

Mild SPOILER

I thought it was very interesting how the author has woven a few recent historical facts from real life events into the books. The fall of the IMF boss who was also a potential presidential candidate in France was depicted as a very easy task by Blake’s Dad, and he quickly proceeded to demonstrate to Lana just how powerful he was. The power play is all about control, and as the C’s imply, this is the biggest weakness of STS, believing that you can absolutely control everything which in itself is wishful thinking ( recall from the sessions 35353535....).
So far the bankers and “Sons of El” have been revealed but I must read on and uncover Quorum and Aliens as suggested by Laura in her intro. My impression so far is that the Author May have encountered a real life Lana Bloom and she’s telling her story in away that keeps her source safe. But again maybe I’ve been reading too many Romance novels 🤪. Either way totally absorbing and many thanks for this new reading project!!
 

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Okay, I’ve now read the first three novels in ‘The Billionaire Banker’ series. Bought it as a bundle to my Kindle.

First, the overall impression I got was that this author is nowhere near the quality and elegance of writing and using English vocabulary as e.g. Balogh, but since, as I understood, this was not the reason to read these in the first place, I didn’t let it disturb me too much.

We had a session last night and I asked some questions about this, so stay tuned.

That said, the author is quite okayish in building up suspension and describing characters and surroundings - it’s like a ‘dumbed down’ version of great story telling.

That's what I noted too. Also, Joe mentioned how many books she has written in so short a time... we asked about that in the session too.

Second, the sex scenes are very ‘graphic’ and I’d classify then as pure porn. I’m not sure why the author chose to include them so frequently (almost at every turn!) and make them ‘porn’, maybe it was to get the sales up. Or, just maybe, it was to create a better cover for the inserts of the interesting stuff, the revelations of the ‘quorum’. In any case, towards the end I started speed reading and largely skipping the sex/porn scenes, since they didn’t offer anything new to the story. If anything, reading Balogh’s sex scenes after this will surely feel as small potatoes!

I think that sort of thing is there for a couple of reasons. 1) To appeal to a jaded, worldly audience that might very much need to know the other information the books deliver; 2) to stimulate the sex/emotional energies so that the message can be piggy-backed internally; 3) and what you mentioned, to create a cover and fly under the radar.

As to the ‘revelations’, the most interesting stuff in this first three parts bundle starts around 70% (Kindle). But also, along the way from the start some small glimpses are offered of the lifestyle and things these beyond-rich people do. The things the author present are nothing completely new that we didn’t suspect already that ‘they’ are doing, but taken all the bits together they start to form a more comprehensive understanding of ‘their world’.

That is one of the things that really caught my attention too.

These three first parts of the series are clearly just a prelude of what is to be learned about the ‘quorum’ people (or Sons of El as they are called in the series), as can also be seen in Laura’s original post. I think I’m going to read at least a couple of more parts to see which way the author will take it. Already in the last of the three (first) parts I could see that there was less porn and more interesting information compared to the first two parts. As a plus, the author is a good enough story teller to make the reading entertaining and fast (especially if you skip the sex scenes).

The rest of the books deliver more info. Even "Seduced" has a number of scenes and conversations between characters that take things even deeper. It's pretty shocking.

So far I’m not too convinced that the author has any inside information, but at the very least s/he has a good nose to do some ‘guesstimating’ of what is probably going on in those circles. And, I could be wrong, but it almost seems like the ‘porn’ parts and ‘revelation’ parts are written by different authors. The ‘revelation’ parts have a more direct style.

I don't think she has "inside info", I think she has access to what is widely available on the net, possibly even our site/forum, and the pieces started coming together in her head and some she "channeled". The end result was that she was able to put together a picture that is rather clear and chilling.

Note what I wrote above about the "porn" parts. I mentioned in the Romantic Fiction thread that I had returned to Balogh to "cleanse my palate" so to say. I find her stories way more moving in all ways.

I've finished the first two books of the box set. It's right to have this as a separate reading project. You don't get the exploration and resolution of karmic issues. What you do get is a more solidified perspective of the world we live in through a narration that's probably pretty accurate.

Exactly. The other reading project is for a very different purpose. This view of our reality is shocking and probably as close to the truth as we can get. And we do need to know the truth in order to clarify and solidify our own position, as well as understand what is going on out there to as great an extent as we can tolerate in these times of utter madness. Funny, it is rather comforting to know that someone else (or several of them) are doing what is within their capabilities to spread some truth.

I've been thinking about this for quite some time in terms of movies, wishing someone would show the true reality through that medium, but this does it in printed form. I think it's great! It has the effect of shaking loose any left over notions of, 'maybe it's not that bad.' We live in an extremely dark world. That is the truth and our hope because it's so far out of balance it almost has to be rectified one way or another. The C's have said that balance will be restored via the suffering of the masses. And that it's a triple bad day for these types at the top.

Yes, so true. The masses have absolutely no clue who the real baddies are nor how truly bad they are. If the knowledge in these books is being imparted to some of those masses via this method (which seems rather clever and tricky to me), then I think it is a good thing despite the failings of the books in the literary sense. At least Le Carre is not as bad as some of those I scanned for possible usefulness to our purposes.
 
I've also finished the first the first three novels in the "Billionaire Banker Series." I have to say I was pretty engrossed although what others said about the frequency of sex scenes being at the level of porn and "unrelenting" is so true. I got to the point where I just skipped over them/skimmed them by the end of the series. However,
there is one sex scene in particular which hints at the ritual incest that Blake endured from his father so to initiate him into traumatic dynamics of control that his father has over his son that was particularly telling. Blake, the "Billionaire Banker" matter-of-factly explains to Lana in the beginning of their relationship that "some of us are homosexuals and some of us are pedophiles." That's just how it is.

The other tidbit of psychology that struck me was how joyless Blake's world is pre-Lana.
Before meeting Lana, and falling in love with her, Blake described feeling dead on the inside.
I remember the Cass saying that those of psychopathic/severe characterological disorders ilk cannot experience joy.
Session 14 August 2016
(L) I don't think she's capable of telling the truth. Is that true, even for like psychopathic individuals? If somebody is pathological and lying is their nature, does lying take a toll on them, too?

A: Indeed. It is entropic and chaotic.

Q: (Chu) That explains changes in some leaders like Obama and stuff.

(PoB) Soros is doing well. All the Rockefellers are doing well.

(Pierre) Kissinger.

(Scottie) I wouldn't call Kissinger, "doing well"...

(L) No. They're alive, but what's the quality of life? What is their quality of life?

A: Robotic and inability to experience true joy.

Q: (L) Okay, you say they can't experience true joy, but I'm sure they experience plenty of pleasure. Is there a difference?

A: Indeed. Pleasure is rooted in physiology and joy is of the soul.

Q: (Joe) So, would people who tell lies that they know to be lies have a worse effect than people who believe what they're saying even though it's not true?

(L) In other words, is conscious lying worse than unconscious lying?

A: Yes

My opinion is that Blake is not a psychopath but deeply wounded. I would have liked to delve deeper into his father's psychology who does seem like a grade A psychopath. Perhaps that will come later in the series.
His father is killed in plane crash engineered by Blake. But is he really dead?? The book seems to allude that some part of his survives even if it's on the astral planes causing havoc. I'll just have to read on.

These super rich people seem like they cannot literally live without the the lifetime they are accustomed to. And this lifestyle is passed on through generations. I found the character of Billie to be a great juxtaposition to the filthy rich. She was raised in poverty but has a "devil-may-care" attitude, loving and creative.

Victoria frankly scared me.
When Blake broke off their "engagement" that was engineered by their respective families and her cat came to comfort her, I thought that she was going to kill it. Fortunately, she only threw it against a wall and it walked away unhurt essentially. But her rage and destructive tendencies were scary. She seemed to epitomize what the Cs meant by "entropic and chaotic" when the her facade was blown

The other anecdote in the book that I found chilling was how Blake's father could go on TV and appear like a benign figure pontificating about the economy and then turn into a monster in private ala Bill Gates and Fauci.
 

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I am halfway through to Seduced (read the earlier three) and in agreement with some of the findings and reviews already posted in this thread. These books provide a good inside view of how the hidden players operate within the vice-like grip of the system i.e. even they are not free to choose their destiny. Some of the characters appear to be above the level of psychopaths i.e. they are not machines but rather fully individualised souls looking to get harvested to the next level. They seem to have given up their free-will and are acutely aware of their place in the hell. And that is the reason behind lack of any true joy in their world.

There is hyper-anxiety which they try to counter with the sexual excesses confusing joy with pleasure. Interesting how the masks come off and how scared they are when they find themselves in an unmanaged territory. E.g. the character of Blake would not even dare travel to a foreign country which is not under his control to look for his supposed true love. He is not really in love but gripped by jealousy and possession. Ultimately, its all about control - the ultimate control of everything but done in the most covert and discreet fashion. And the control cannot be frittered away to the riff-raffs therefore protecting the blood-lines is of utmost importance enforced by dividing powers amongst different factions. They fear being exposed or their secrets spilled into the public view - that's like a death knell to them. Its no wonder why even the C's have not revealed their names because that would invite more direct attacks on the group.

I will keep reading to see what other aspects of the "the system"are revealed and post back findings. And yes, these do require a strong mental hygiene to overcome the shock of some of the sexual acts described. Some of the acts must be read in order to understand how jealousy and possession translates to the type of sex which is joyless and enhances STS energies. I was reminded of below excerpt from RA channelings. There's quite a bit channeled by RA on this which can be studied at this link.

RA said:
32.2 Questioner: Thank you very much. I will now continue with the material from day before yesterday. Our subject is how sexual polarity acts as a catalyst in evolution and how to best make use of this catalyst. Going back to that material, I will fill in a few gaps that we possibly don’t understand at this point too well.

Can you tell me the difference between orange- and yellow-ray activation? I am going to work up from red ray right on through the violet, and we covered red ray, so what’s the difference between orange- and yellow-ray activation?


Ra: I am Ra. The orange ray is that influence or vibratory pattern wherein the mind/body/spirit expresses its power on an individual basis. Thus power over individuals may be seen to be orange ray. This ray has been quite intense among your peoples on an individual basis. You may see in this ray the treating of other-selves as non-entities, slaves, or chattel, thus giving other-selves no status whatever.

The yellow ray is a focal and very powerful ray and concerns the entity in relation to, shall we say, groups, societies, or large numbers of mind/body/spirit complexes. This orange — we correct ourselves — this yellow-ray vibration is at the heart of bellicose actions in which one group of entities feel the necessity and right of dominating other groups of entities and bending their wills to the wills of the masters. The negative path, as you would call it, uses a combination of the yellow ray and the orange ray in its polarization patterns. These rays, used in a dedicated fashion, will bring about a contact with intelligent infinity. The usual nature of sexual interaction, if one is yellow or orange in primary vibratory patterns, is one of blockage and then insatiable hunger due to the blockage. When there are two selves vibrating in this area the potential for polarization through the sexual interaction is begun, one entity experiencing the pleasure of humiliation and slavery or bondage, the other experiencing the pleasure of mastery and control over another entity. In this way a sexual energy transfer of a negative polarity is experienced.
 

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I've also finished the first the first three novels in the "Billionaire Banker Series." I have to say I was pretty engrossed although what others said about the frequency of sex scenes being at the level of porn and "unrelenting" is so true. I got to the point where I just skipped over them/skimmed them by the end of the series. However,
there is one sex scene in particular which hints at the ritual incest that Blake endured from his father so to initiate him into traumatic dynamics of control that his father has over his son that was particularly telling. Blake, the "Billionaire Banker" matter-of-factly explains to Lana in the beginning of their relationship that "some of us are homosexuals and some of us are pedophiles." That's just how it is.

The other tidbit of psychology that struck me was how joyless Blake's world is pre-Lana.
Before meeting Lana, and falling in love with her, Blake described feeling dead on the inside.
I remember the Cass saying that those of psychopathic/severe characterological disorders ilk cannot experience joy.
Session 14 August 2016


My opinion is that Blake is not a psychopath but deeply wounded. I would have liked to delve deeper into his father's psychology who does seem like a grade A psychopath. Perhaps that will come later in the series.
His father is killed in plane crash engineered by Blake. But is he really dead?? The book seems to allude that some part of his survives even if it's on the astral planes causing havoc. I'll just have to read on.

These super rich people seem like they cannot literally live without the the lifetime they are accustomed to. And this lifestyle is passed on through generations. I found the character of Billie to be a great juxtaposition to the filthy rich. She was raised in poverty but has a "devil-may-care" attitude, loving and creative.

Victoria frankly scared me.
When Blake broke off their "engagement" that was engineered by their respective families and her cat came to comfort her, I thought that she was going to kill it. Fortunately, she only threw it against a wall and it walked away unhurt essentially. But her rage and destructive tendencies were scary. She seemed to epitomize what the Cs meant by "entropic and chaotic" when the her facade was blown

The other anecdote in the book that I found chilling was how Blake's father could go on TV and appear like a benign figure pontificating about the economy and then turn into a monster in private ala Bill Gates and Fauci.

These are all excellent observations. I hope others are paying attention in the same way. This is why I found the whole series so incredibly disturbing - the view inside that very dark world is unsettling to say the least. But, at the same time, I think it is helpful to know it even if we can't quite understand it. Lobaczewski advised taking the attitude of a naturalist studying wildlife and that is probably the best way to look at it.

I am halfway through to Seduced (read the earlier three) and in agreement with some of the findings and reviews already posted in this thread. These books provide a good inside view of how the hidden players operate within the vice-like grip of the system i.e. even they are not free to choose their destiny. Some of the characters appear to be above the level of psychopaths i.e. they are not machines but rather fully individualised souls looking to get harvested to the next level. They seem to have given up their free-will and are acutely aware of their place in the hell. And that is the reason behind lack of any true joy in their world.

There is hyper-anxiety which they try to counter with the sexual excesses confusing joy with pleasure. Interesting how the masks come off and how scared they are when they find themselves in an unmanaged territory. E.g. the character of Blake would not even dare travel to a foreign country which is not under his control to look for his supposed true love. He is not really in love but gripped by jealousy and possession. Ultimately, its all about control - the ultimate control of everything but done in the most covert and discreet fashion. And the control cannot be frittered away to the riff-raffs therefore protecting the blood-lines is of utmost importance enforced by dividing powers amongst different factions. They fear being exposed or their secrets spilled into the public view - that's like a death knell to them. Its no wonder why even the C's have not revealed their names because that would invite more direct attacks on the group.

I will keep reading to see what other aspects of the "the system"are revealed and post back findings. And yes, these do require a strong mental hygiene to overcome the shock of some of the sexual acts described. Some of the acts must be read in order to understand how jealousy and possession translates to the type of sex which is joyless and enhances STS energies. I was reminded of below excerpt from RA channelings. There's quite a bit channeled by RA on this which can be studied at this link.

Thanks for the Ra excerpt. That is very helpful.

Back when I was trying to learn about and understand psychopathy, I read a lot of true crime books that expose their thinking, actions and lifestyles. All of them were about pretty much low-level types as opposed to what these books expose of those at the peak of the pyramid of power. There is a big difference in scope, but not much difference in basic dynamics. Just recall the story of Ken McElroy and his reign of terror over several small towns in Missouri, I think it was. I also think that there may be a difference in intelligence level between the low-class and higher class psychopaths. Or maybe that is just an artefact of social status conditioning? I can't help but be reminded of Bill and Hillary Clinton and how desperate they apparently were/are to join the cabal. And the Bush family... and so many others. But I still think the ones we know about are still not the real deal of the "hidden hand" types.
 

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I have now finished the bundle of the first three books in The Billionaire banker series. It certainly is a very useful read, although the sex scenes are really too much. At some point I thought to myself with an eye-roll that maybe the dialogs were over and they were going to describe the Quorum using interpretative sex instead of actual words. Additionally, the descriptions are quite graphic and often not particularly tasteful. I ended up skipping large chunks of them because it was such an overkill and overload that I simply found them boring.

Some of the pedophilia-related stuff is revealed through sexual interactions between the main characters but since it is preceded by a dialogue that gave me heads up something was going to be different about the upcoming sex scene I didn't miss it.

What I found interesting was the fact that the power structure was a very closed circle that married among their own class. It actually makes sense, as Victoria put it when Blake said he wanted to marry Lana: "She won't have the stomach to do the necessary things". Unless the outsider was a perverted psychopath I guess they would really struggle with the ways the ruling elites ensure the survival and continuation of their system. Raping their own children was described as one of those ways, as Blake said to Lana, his father didn't sexually abuse him for sexual gratification but to cement his power over him. This was a way to teach little Blake discipline, and as Blake said, "our ways are different from yours". Rape and pedophilia being about power rather than sex were mentioned on this forum before, and it was interesting to read that the author presented it the same way.

That's pretty disgusting and scary stuff and no wonder it has continued for so long. We all know how hard even minor childhood programs are to break. People born into those families are conditioned from a very young age to be the monsters they grow up to be. We have certain idea of what to do to raise our children well - and so do they, although their idea of 'well' is completely different from ours. At the same time their survival depends on the system continuing so they probably put much more emphasis on their children being raised the 'right' way.

The below exchange between Blake and Lana illustrates it well I think:
'Your father raped and brutalised you when you were a child, and you think that is a form of discipline?

'My education was...vigorous and difficult. Very difficult. I would not wish it upon anyone else, but without it I would not be fit to implement the agenda'

'What agenda?'

'Without our banking services illegal drug trafficking would stop in a heartbeat. Without our economic policies there would be no poverty or starvation. Without our money wars would never be fought. By necessity we have to be cold and callous.'

Blake told Lana that child sacrifice ceremonies are largely for those below the ruling class of the highest order. It does make me wonder whether the pedophilia scandals of the lower class psychopaths and sickos aren't just an attempt of those marionettes to imitate what those above them are doing. The information revealed by Roland Bernard comes to mind. For those who aren't familiar with it, he used to be a successful banker who eventually left the profession and revealed the rotten practices of those at the top. He said he was effectively being trained to become a psychopath, but when he was invited to parties where sex with children was encouraged he decided it was a step too far and left. In one interview he said it was impossible to progress further without embracing such behaviours.

The book also reminded me of this exchange from 2019 where I wondered whether pedophilia was some form of training wheels for those who wish to progress on the STS path. Luc relied to me with a few useful thoughts that actually fit the context in which pedophilia is painted in the books.
 
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Blake told Lana that child sacrifice ceremonies are largely for those below the ruling class of the highest order. It does make me wonder whether the pedophilia scandals of the lower class psychopaths and sickos aren't just an attempt of those marionettes to imitate what those above them are doing
The same thing was mentioned by a whistleblower that I listened to at some point ca a year ago in a podcast. I'm sorry, but I can't remember what podcast it was but among many things this insider told was the thing she mentioned about these lower level people. She said that they're basically wannabees, who will do anything to get higher up the ladder of this evil 'satanist' pyramid – so they'll compete with each other at who will do the most heinous and evil things to show their devoteness to the agenda, and to gain the attention of those at the very top.

So among these wannabees you find the satanists, murderers, pedophiles etc. And, she said that those at the very top are looking down at these wannabees with amusement, but also following closely if they are making mistakes that will jepardize the elite. She said that it's exactly among these wannabees where the mistakes are made, because most of them are stupid (at least not as smart as those at the top), and quite often some of them need to be 'taken care of' (killed) because of their carelessness and mistakes. Still, those at the top need the wannabees to work as their minions, to do their dirty work.

I'll have a look if I can find that podcast/episode...
 

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These three first parts of the series are clearly just a prelude of what is to be learned about the ‘quorum’ people (or Sons of El as they are called in the series),
So far the bankers and “Sons of El” have been revealed but I must read on and uncover Quorum and Aliens as suggested by Laura in her intro.

Speaking of the Sons of El, it is possible that it is not the real religion of the hidden powers and the author(s) chose it because it fit the narrative and it was similar enough. But it piqued my curiosity so I spent some time last night reading up about El.

First of all, the first three books of the Billionaire Banker series do not mention the Israeli/Zionist connection to the hidden rules of our world, yet the mention of the Sons of El may be a covert mention of them. The deity called El is in fact present in the Hebrew bible and it was initially considered a Hebrew deity.

Here are a few points I found interesting:

First, a general description of El: El - New World Encyclopedia
In the Bible, El was the deity worshiped by the Hebrew patriarchs, for example as El Shaddai (God Almighty) or El Elyon (God Most High) before the revelation of his name Yahweh to Moses. But El was also worshiped by non-Israelites (...) Canaanite mythology about El may have directly influenced the development of the later Greco-Roman stories of the gods.

The theological position of Jews and Christians is that Ēl and Ĕlōhîm, when used to mean the supreme God, refer to the same being as Yahweh—the one supreme deity who is the Creator of the universe and the God of Israel. Whether or not this was the original belief of the earliest Biblical writers is a subject of much debate. Some form of monotheism probably existed among the Israelites from an early date, but scholars debate the extent to which they borrowed or inherited numerous polytheistic ideas from their Canaanite neighbors and forebears.

It turns out that 'el' is also used in names in a number of languages - including Hebrew:

As an element in proper names, "el" is found in ancient Aramaic, Arabic, and Ethiopic languages, as well as Hebrew (e.g. "Samu·el" and "Jo·el"). In the post-biblical period, "el" becomes a regular element in the names of angels such as "Gabri·el," "Micha·el," and "Azri·el," to denote their status as divine beings. The semantic root of the Islamic word for God "Allah" is related to the semitic word El.

Since El is a Hebrew deity I guess "Isra-el" could be added to the above list too.

Then there is the fact that the sons of El aren't immortal but can die like human beings. With a little bit of creativity and ego-driven pattern recognition I guess someone could come up with the idea that they are a son of God despite being a moral human:
Elohim (God) stands in the council of ēl
he judges among the gods (elohim).
(Psalm 82:1)

I said, 'You are gods (elohim); you are all sons of the Most High (Elyon);' But you will die like mere men; you will fall like every other ruler (82:6-7).

In context, this appears to signify that God stands in the divine council as the supreme deity, judging the other gods. He goes on to pronounce that although they are "sons of god" (bene elohim) these beings shall no longer be immortal, but shall die, as humans do.

As for the child sacrifice mentioned in relation to the Sons of El, the author was accurate about that and I found a quote that mentions this practice:
It was a custom of the ancients in great crises of danger for the rulers of a city or nation, in order to avert the common ruin, to give up the most beloved of their children for sacrifice as a ransom to the avenging daemons; and those who were thus given up were sacrificed with mystic rites. Cronus then, whom the Phoenicians call Elus, who was king of the country and subsequently, after his decease, was deified as the star Saturn, had by a nymph of the country named Anobret an only begotten son, whom they on this account called Iedud, the only begotten being still so called among the Phoenicians; and when very great dangers from war had beset the country, he arrayed his son in royal apparel, and prepared an altar, and sacrificed him.

I tried to find links between Sons of El and Satanists but I had no luck. The only mention was a phonetic similarity in a personal LinkedIn article where the author referenced 'Satan-el' saying that God was renamed from 'El' to 'Satan-el'. But this person clearly thinks that the Bible is a historical account of events and Jesus really existed so he's not a credible source. And given that I have very little (if any) knowledge about ancient religions I wouldn't be able to separate the wheat from the chaff in his article anyway.

Although some sources say that 'Yahweh' is a synonym to 'El', many say that El is the supreme God and Yahweh is translated as 'Lord' and not 'God'. Since Jews call their God 'Yahweh', I wonder if there is a secret version of Hebrew that is based around El, with Yahweh being beneath him? Whatever twisted religion the hidden rules follow and whatever beliefs it is based on I bet it would make the most horror-resistant stomachs turn in disgust.
 
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I'm nearing the end of the first Billionaire box that many have captured what I would say of the overall read. Whether within some of the regency characters or some of these modern day characters, their rakish ways are bonded, only the modern material ways (devices et cetera), language, social and symbolic difference stand in contrast; and the former writers are thankfully more reserved and expressive of natural beauty, although greed, rape and other depravities are a constant in time.

I also think that there may be a difference in intelligence level between the low-class and higher class psychopaths. Or maybe that is just an artefact of social status conditioning? I can't help but be reminded of Bill and Hillary Clinton and how desperate they apparently were/are to join the cabal. And the Bush family... and so many others. But I still think the ones we know about are still not the real deal of the "hidden hand" types.
That is a good point to consider (first bold). The second bold seems spot on. It seems that the ones out there on the front lines, as damaging as they can be (pick a few names), seem on the one hand, high level Bond Street window dressing that can be pointed at through the glass, either to be enamoured by the press, politicians and many in the public, or scorned for the abject lies of their actions. As Georgia Le Carre said through the words of Blake "You don't understand... We are different. We are not merely rich. We don't own tracks of land, we own countries and politicians. We have different responsibilities. We have an agenda."

This reminded me of pre WWII (and just post) wherein the wealth of nations (friend and foe) aligned along the French Rivera exchanging polite words and hidden words that profoundly effected millions. There were other rivers and lake estates, yet that was an example laid out in some detail by the likes of Joseph. Borkin in his book of those times. Moreover, as example back then, after the breakup of these major corporations (the control was the same in WWI) when WWII ended (before it went to its next stages), along with many others that were left unscathed, unfocused upon and out of mind, were the agreement of law protecting certain classes of shares from ownership never to be divulged despite the atrocities. We see this today with some of the behemoths, and the same rules of legerdemain apply. Through Blake, again he said "We have, uninterrupted, ruled from behind the scenes for centuries. Our secrets are precious."

Did not know exactly what to expect upon opening up the fist pages, and London became the initial main environment, along with the introduction of some old Earl type families. However, the person that first came to mind (related to the first banker to enter the story) was Bill Browder, not sure why - my mistake.

I will keep reading to see what other aspects of the "the system"are revealed and post back findings.
Yes, it will be curious as to what comes up, and so far (as Laura pointed out in opening up the thread), there are many cross references to things people have been made aware of over decades in the forum, and within the transcripts themselves (and on SOTT and elsewhere). So indeed, it is like Le Carre was receiving some weighty inspiration from many sources.

Whatever the case, the circles with circles are there to consider as one moves along in the stories.
 

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Speaking of the Sons of El, it is possible that it is not the real religion of the hidden powers and the author(s) chose it because it fit the narrative and it was similar enough. But it piqued my curiosity so I spent some time last night reading up about El.

First of all, the first three books of the Billionaire Banker series do not mention the Israeli/Zionist connection to the hidden rules of our world, yet the mention of the Sons of El may be a covert mention of them. The deity called El is in fact present in the Hebrew bible and it was initially considered a Hebrew deity.

Here are a few points I found interesting:

First, a general description of El: El - New World Encyclopedia


It turns out that 'el' is also used in names in a number of languages - including Hebrew:



Since El is a Hebrew deity I guess "Isra-el" could be added to the above list too.

Then there is the fact that the sons of El aren't immortal but can die like human beings. With a little bit of creativity and ego-driven pattern recognition I guess someone could come up with the idea that they are a son of God despite being a moral human:


As for the child sacrifice mentioned in relation to the Sons of El, the author was accurate about that and I found a quote that mentions this practice:


I tried to find links between Sons of El and Satanists but I had no luck. The only mention was a phonetic similarity in a personal LinkedIn article where the author referenced 'Satan-el' saying that God was renamed from 'El' to 'Satan-el'. But this person clearly thinks that the Bible is a historical account of events and Jesus really existed so he's not a credible source. And given that I have very little (if any) knowledge about ancient religions I wouldn't be able to separate the wheat from the chaff in his article anyway.

Although some sources say that 'Yahweh' is a synonym to 'El', many say that El is the supreme God and Yahweh is translated as 'Lord' and not 'God'. Since Jews call their God 'Yahweh', I wonder if there is a secret version of Hebrew that is based around El, with Yahweh being beneath him? Whatever twisted religion the hidden rules follow and whatever beliefs it is based on I bet it would make the most horror-resistant stomachs turn in disgust.
Thank you Ant22 for your thorough analysis.
I'm about to start reading myself the above-mentioned books, after finishing reading the last book from the Bedwyn saga.

Maybe I'm oversimplifying with the following though I was thinking about the Son's of El and their God, from my limited perspective those who chose to follow the sts path will do all that it takes to increase their sts FRV and naturally will worship the sts entropic center as their God which in itself is completely understandable and I'm not seeing nothing bad about that, in the end all is one and one is all right?

Also, lately I was thinking about the triple bad day for the Rockfellers and alike mentioned by the C's, with the upcoming changes caused by the Wave what if everyone here, on this planet will get it's due according to his own nature and spiritual progress. With that I mean that, those who have chosen to follow the sts path and are ready spiritually speaking may be able to navigate the Wave and transition on the other side, on the other hand the failed organic portals as the psychopaths will go under the wave, their connection with the information field being so week that they will drown which is understandable because they are where they are spirituallyspeaking. The same will apply to those who have chosen to follow the STO path, me thinks.

With all the above I'm trying to say that from an objective viewpoint it's interesting to know, to understand, accept and respect everyone's choices since, as I've mentioned above, all that exists IS ONE and ONE is all that exists.

Logically speaking the STS part of the existence is as much-needed and fundamental as the STO part of the existence, from a grander perspective me thinks that they are just mere paths one chooses by exercising the most important law in all existence, the free will in order to experience life according to the chosen path. In the end both paths are bringing one home, to the source so to say once you completed the cycle related to the chosen path and all starts over again, this time perhaps who previously had chosen and followed the sto path may choose to follow the sts path for the sake of experience.

The following approach helps me to take a more objective view on all the names of God, like Lobachewsky was describing in Politcal Ponerology the right approach to take in order to study the modus operandi of the psychopaths and pathological individuals.

Anyway, just wanted to share a few thoughts i was contemplating on for a while now, hope it make sense.
 

Mililea

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It looks like the Billionaire Banker series is going to pick up speed as I read your comments. Yesterday I told you that I have now finished the first book and so far I haven't found much that is shocking. It's more like an introduction to the main characters. Like a slow introduction to what is to come. Not a literary masterpiece, but still good to read. What is written there is in line with how I imagined the lives of the super rich.... until now. They haven't had a chance to escape it for probably thousands of years because that's how they've been brought up. I am really curious to see what happens next.
Q: (L) In other words, give warnings and the wise will take the warnings. Those who don't take the warnings, well... What can you do?

(Artemis) Something to remember is that romance and sex is how you give people information.

A: Note how similar in dynamics the books in question are to your beloved regency stories!

Q: (L) Well, that's a good point. Some of these stories, I mean... In the Regency stories, the bad guy gets killed in a duel or sword fight. There's almost like vigilante justice effected by the hero of the story. In these more modern ones, they set it as mafia dons or something and they just blow the evil doers away! It's just the modern version of it.

(Joe) A modern more graphic twist on the Regency Romance novels.
I found it very interesting in the new session that the Cs pointed out that they are very similar to the Regency novels, because that's exactly the thought I had. But possibly this is also due to the structure of a novel. So far with the only difference being that (at least in the first book) the ending wasn't really positive. But it's like in TV series when they put in a cliffhanger to make the viewer want to watch the next season so that everything finally ends well. Well, we'll see... :umm:
 

Arwenn

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You don't get the exploration and resolution of karmic issues. What you do get is a more solidified perspective of the world we live in through a narration that's probably pretty accurate...It has the effect of shaking loose any left over notions of, 'maybe it's not that bad.' We live in an extremely dark world.

I couldn’t have said it better. I’m reading the 1st three books in the Billionaire Bankers - I got the box set on kindle. I’ve enjoyed the protagonists’ transformations through their love for each other (especially Blake’s). However, sprinkled throughout the story is the dark backdrop of the very rich & powerful who control the world- below is one quote by Blake Barrington about the elite/PTB (his world):
“We are not merely different we are a different species entirely. We are willing to go further than anybody else. Our naked ambition is a cold vise-like clamp around our hearts that causes us to align ourselves to a horrific blackness. And the blackness craves power over others and maintains itself by sucking the innocent energies of others.”
We do live in a very dark world indeed.
 

Jones

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I've started on the second series. Originally I was skipping over some of the sex scenes too. Then I wondered if the billionaires had been greenbaumed and if there'd be some sort of trigger set off that would turn them darker and turn them against their partners so started paying more attention. I haven't finished the second series yet so that may be a spoiler.

Victoria is frightening but it's good they put a female psycho in there. Even though we've read about them it's good to keep the idea fresh given that females are less likely to be suspected.

I wondered if the girls that are the partners of the billionaires would have felt the same about entering relationships with them if they'd been older and had more experience? They are all young virgins at the beginning of the relationships.

Funny that monopolising water and deaths from drinking poor quality water was mentioned. I've thinking for a while about having a rocket stove and a simple stove top water distiller made because I thought that might come in handy in the future as an energy efficient way to clean and purify dirty water.
 
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