To fully understand Mark Passio, one need only study the history of conspiracy theory, a term invented by the CIA following JFK’s assassination to spread confusion over that murder most foul. The spin experts at Langley were working a great media Wurlitzer and realized the value of flooding America with “Elvis is Alive,” “We Never Landed on the Moon,” and “The Aliens have Landed.” These stories were manufactured to divert attention away from Kennedy’s murder and most of the seeding involved the popular supermarket tabloids.
Two of the most influential members of intel’s Tin Foil Hat Patrol were Kerry Thornley and Art Bell. Thornley wrote an outlandish fake narrative concerning the Illuminati that unfortunately got swallowed whole by Robert Anton Wilson, while Bell became the first promoter of the chemtrails, in which globalists are allegedly fomenting death and disease by releasing toxins from airplanes at great heights. Suddenly, that white cloud vapor created by jet engines (which is made entirely of water) became a source of great consternation to a gullible minority. The story got a lot of traction when a former FBI official from LA confirmed chemtrails were a plot to kill off a large percentage of our population.
Why would anyone spread toxins at great heights when the wind carries them hundreds of miles away and they could instead be cheaply inserted into vaccines? The chemtrail conspiracy never made sense and never had a shred of evidence. Meanwhile, a monkey virus called SV-40 had been accidentally inserted into the polio vaccine, something that could have played a role in the later emergence of a cancer-causing monkey virus called AIDS. Tragically, that did not need to happen at all because monkey kidneys were never required to grow vaccines. That can be done cheaper and easier with agar. So why kill all those monkeys? But the most important detail is both Robert Anton Wilson and Art Bell initially ridiculed Jim Garrison’s efforts to blame the CIA for JFK’s murder, while supporting the wackiest of conspiracy theories.
By the 1990s, the misguided belief a vast satanic conspiracy was running the oligarchy was already well-established, as well as the fear these elites were kidnapping children for mind control experiments. We know drug-induced brainwashing flourished in the 1950s and 60s, but after some in the CIA (including William Colby) sought to expose some atrocities, the evidence was erased during a Rockefeller-led investigation. The person pushing the original satanic conspiracy was that same former FBI official, Ted Gunderson.
Today, Gunderson has been replaced by “Q” of Q-Anon. The dumbest among us are easily hoodwinked into crackpot conspiracies, and the more outlandish the more likely they are to be swallowed. The flat earth society and Q-Anon represent the pinnacles of this operation.
President Trump was never interested in exposing the deep state because that would involve releasing the JFK documents on JM/Wave, and he would have launched a new investigation into 9/11, and sought to identify those who profited, including the ones who placed wagers on certain airline stocks. But that would attract serious blowback from the real deep state. Fake whistleblowers like Gunderson always emerge first to snag the center of gravity after deep state operations. Real whistleblowers get disappeared quick while the fakes typically wind up on the cover of Time.
When President Reagan deregulated the banking industry, the CIA stepped in and busted out a string of banks, one of which was in Omaha, Nebraska: the Franklin Savings & Loan (which had links to squeaky clean Warren Buffet.) The bank was run by a pedophile named Larry King who had a bedroom installed inside his office. King deployed the most famous Catholic orphanage in America (Boy’s Town) as a recruitment center for his child sex slaves. The kids were given drugs and subjected to trauma. Toddlers later claimed to have witnessed the murder of older kids deemed no longer useful. The children knew they could easily be killed too and that fear kept a lid on the story for years. But eventually, some of them began talking and a state representative launched an investigation.
The Franklin Savings & Loan conspiracy stretched into the upper ranks of the Republican Party, which is why it was completely discredited after a sham grand jury ruled the children had fabricated all the horrific tales of abuse. The victims became victims once again as they were charged with perjury and forced to recant or go to jail. In many respects, Franklin was a mirror of the operation run by Jeffrey Epstein. Children were sexualized and then turned over to prominent people so the abuse could be secretly videotaped.
I spent a lifetime investigating these operations, and unfortunately got hoodwinked into a few rabbit holes myself along the way. Eventually, I concluded war is the driving force behind all this, as well as our greatest economic engine, which is why wars are so carefully engineered. The winner is always the one with the most resources. Fomenting war is a matter of state security. On September 11, 2001, the internet was flooded with crackpot conspiracy theory, all obviously prepared in advance and dropped like chaff and flares. This instant internet campaign was evidence of a conspiracy. The same Tin Foil Hat network that spread paranoia about chemtrails and satanism also spread the fake memes on 9/11.
Nothing excites nationalistic fervor like war. It’s no accident most are waged in the name of one religion or another. Religion is a form of magic, and for those who don’t buy into the mainstream magic show honoring the meek and mild, there’s an alternative magick show for opening the floodgates of desire. Historically, wars are instigated through false-flag operations.
The primary psychological control mechanism over the masses has always been religion, and since many of our schools and universities are run by religious institutions, the system has a corrupting influence on education, which is why the belief a man called Jesus really walked the earth flourishes in some universities as fact. When people buy into a magical Santa Claus story as fact, their judgment becomes compromised.
Passio was a devoted Satanist who apparently got kicked out of his coven. His current world view was lifted from David Icke. According to Icke, the central banks are run by shapeshifting aliens from another dimension. Passio’s version is a bit different as it revolves around a satanic conspiracy. Demonizing old money is a misdirection because most of these elites worship in mainstream religion, something they already own and control, even if they do play around with occult ritual in secret societies like freemasonry and college fraternities. Passio’s satanic conspiracy and Icke’s alien conspiracy serve to place a protective bubble over the real story because these satanists and aliens don’t exist.
Passio’s theories are rife with errors of judgment. He supports the idea that soma of the Rig Veda is a reference to a mushroom (and not cannabis). He supports the idea anger is an expression of “true spirituality.” He supports the idea the covid pandemic is a psyop and advises people not to wear masks. He supports the idea we must arm ourselves and wage violence in the name of protecting our freedom.
Satanism and Christianity are flip sides of the same coin and obey the same rules. You can worship a benevolent deity or some power deity, but both are entirely in your imagination. The important thing about magic is it only works on believers. Magic manipulates telepathic energy and that energy runs through us all naturally. You can’t do ceremonies without it. But magic can be twisted by predators and deployed to ensnare acolytes. Some people crave the comfort of a guru, just like they crave belief in eternal life and want desperately to reunite with past loved ones. In reality, nothing is eternal and the dead are gone. And paying a psychic won’t bring them back. There’s no heaven nor hell, nor any sort of nirvana afterlife. To be truly enlightened, one must accept this uncertainty and stop seeking magic formulas, incantations and gurus.
The king of dark magic is undoubtedly Aleister Crowley, although few realize Crowley was often deployed as an MI6 operative. His secret society (OTO) began in Germany as a revival of the Illuminati. Crowley was able to penetrate and take over that society, similar to the way a German military intelligence officer named Hitler penetrated and took over a racist rightwing society. Hitler got crucial support from the biggest corporation in Europe (IG Farben), which was constructed by John Foster Dulles using Wall Street loans. The company was designed as a mirror of Standard Oil, which was owned by Dulles’ in-laws. These two mega corporations did business throughout WWII and afterwards Farben splintered back into five pieces while valuable patents were given to American corporations. Today, one of those pieces owns Monsanto.
You won’t find anything close to the real story of mind control in Passio’s vast satanic conspiracy because his story is just another form of mind control. The original Illuminati never discussed politics nor religion because they sought to manipulate all sides. They recruited the virtuous and the non-virtuous equally and kept those two separated. Their goal was acquisition of power in secret and had nothing to do with advancing satanism. The founder was a lawyer of canon law at a Jesuit university. But then, the Catholic church has long maintained masons are satanists, which is why they are officially forbidden to partake in communion.
Like his mentor David Icke, Passio manufactures paranoia for profit and ego attention while leading people away from real enlightenment by steering them onto a well-worn trail of demonization. The real psyop of our time mostly concerns magnifying violence and Passio plays a minor role in this game.