The Dark Side of the Corporate Music Industry

I recently discovered Mark Devlin, a long-time radio DJ from the UK who for the past several years has been diving deeply into the dark occult, mind control, and social engineering aspects of the mainstream corporate music industry. Mark has himself largely been inspired by the book Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon by researcher Dave McGowan, a book that exposes the truth behind the Laurel Canyon (in Los Angeles) counter-culture hippie music scene of the mid-to-late 1960’s.

This is a huge subject, but the basic premise is that many of the world famous musical artists that we all know and love (or formerly loved, as in my case) — as well as corporate music executives and television personalities such as Jimmy Saville — were contrived creations of social engineering think tanks (such as The Tavistock Institute, The Rand Corporation, The Esalen Institute, etc.) for the purpose of culture creation and mind controlling the masses. There are also endless connections to the world of the dark occult and satanism, which in turn is always connected to child abuse and pedophilia.

I highly recommend checking out this mind blowing interview Mark did in February of 2018 on “The Higherside Chats with Greg Carlwood”…

Click here to check out more of Mark’s interviews on his YouTube channel >>

Pictures of the Moon with the Nikon Coolpix P900

nikonI just recently bought a Nikon Coolpix P900, which 83x Zoom capability. I am not very good at using it yet, but I have captured some good shots of the Moon. I have also taken some good videos of Stars, which I hope to upload onto YouTube soon and share on this blog.

I don’t think I would be able to zoom in so closely with an 83x zoom camera if the Moon was actually 238,000 away. But even if you pretend that IS possible for just a second, you can’t possibly believe that such a relative zoom can be accomplished with Stars that are quadrillions and quadrillions of miles away. And by the way they don’t look like Suns to me. Again, I hope to upload my Star videos soon, but for now check out this post here containing a collection of Star videos from different people using the Nikon P900: Click here.

For now, here’s the Moon at varying degrees of zoom…