It’s been an amazing and heart-warming experience to watch the Great Awakening finally begin. I say “begin” because there still seems to be a great deal of confusion regarding certain issues, understandably so, given trends to bury their historical unfolding, figureheads, agendas and actions throughout history—how did we get where where we are, and who is responsible for it?

Yet it’s here a troubling trend or void in the Great Awakening is repeatedly observed by this author: that the alternative media, in what we may even view as the leaders of this awakening, have a tendency to continually and completely ignore the numerous and previously well-documented answers to that most important question. To continue on as though those answers don’t yet exist—that they are difficult to understand or perceive any better than a grainy satellite image of some far off nebula—is incorrect at best, disingenuous at worst. Official documents, patents, treaties and bail-outs have names on them, public hearings have attendees lists, familial lineages can be historically traced, and corporations have employee listings and owners whose product lines (and the damage they cause/caused) have been, and can continue to be, well established.

During this rather odd lull in the otherwise all-consuming war of competing realities, it’s a good time for people in the middle of their awakening experience—people who will be looked to or called upon for clarity and guidance in the future by those just beginning that same experience for themselves—to earnestly begin the task of due diligence in digging through historical records. They exist. They are well documented, and extremely detailed.

Below are three different documentaries/lectures, from three different sources, that vary significantly in length and texture. The first video is a one hour lecture by Jack Otto on the History of the Khazar Empire (2008). Readers may find this exceptionally interesting given the value of hindsight in recognizing repeating patterns, as they repeat today. Take note of how the elite use central banks to turn national economies on and off through interest rate dips and hikes, and how this contributes to class warfare. Otto also explains how our modern banking cartels were historically established. The second is a lengthier (three-and-half hour) documentary called JFK to 9/11: Everything Is A Rich Man’s Trick (2014). It contains valuable footage that lends needed context to historical events, and more than adequately demonstrates the functional operating patterns of the globalist elite—especially the manner in which they repeatedly orchestrate and fund both sides of wars. I’m not sure what to make of the JFK material in the beginning, having not researched it that deeply myself, but the rest of the material is highly thought provoking. The third documentary, The Psychopath Next Door (2014), is extremely eye-opening and discusses banks using the official psychopath trait checklist as a hiring guide just before the 2008 financial crash. Those accusations are well founded.

The common thread running between them, is of course the purposeful abuse—weaponization even—of the financial and banking apparatus scheme that holds entire nations hostage to a small group of people who use that weapon to achieve what they refer to as their ‘new world order’. Who those people are, and how they came to be running those institutions matters a great deal, and it doesn’t take long to establish that ‘social justice’ and ‘carbon output’ are but the next massive con job dubbed “the great reset”.

CAUTION FOR PARENTS: Some of the images and content contained in these resources is disturbing, and should be considered for mature audiences only.

Below are links to articles that are complimentary to the videos:

Humanity once again stands at a most important fork in the road; a moment exhilarating and exasperating, liberating and terrifying—may we have the wisdom and moral fortitude to choose the path of countless wonders. –Crystal Clark

Forbidden Knowledge – History of the Khazar Empire – Lecture by Jack Otto (2008)


The Psychopath Next Door 2014 Documentary


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