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I can't figure Aldous Huxley out. Was he an Illuminati disinformation agent or a speaker of the truth?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1595780:MV8yMzE4ODU2XzM5NTM4NzI5XzE2QTdBNjc5] [quote:Anonymous Coward 45012178:MV8yMzE4ODU2XzM5NTM4NjM0XzcwQ0Y4MUIy] Bill W of AA fame was not only bankrolled , but introduced to huxley by the old fraudster himself Rockefeller . Course huxley introduced bill to LSD as a way to kick start a "spiritual awakening". This never caught on in mainstream AA and has been mostly airbrushed out of AA history. Not saying there is anything wrong with LSD per se , simply who offered it and what it really had in it. Know your source [/quote] It was hoped that LSD would become the real life "soma" talked of in the book. But the propaganda pushing it to the Yippies didn't work. [/quote]
Just finished reading Brave New World again.
I believe that he is giving us insight into the goals, plans and agenda of the Luciferian Illuminati evil elite, but I can't figure out what his motivation for doing so was.
Yes, he was a wealthy member of an elite bloodline.
Yes, he was raised and educated in the elite system of Eton and Oxford.
Was he a rebel warning us or was he an Illuminati disinformation agent?
I really can't tell...
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