Keep Your Shill Radar Up (A Quick Word About Gatekeepers)

If you’re not aware of the existence of shills and gatekeepers as you search for the truth about what really happens in the world, then you need to wise up and at least consider the possibility. Drop the notion of admiring people or having heroes, especially when it comes to so-called “truth researchers.”

Just in case you don’t know what a gatekeeper is, it is someone who deliberately tries to muddy the waters as it concerns the events that we see reported in today’s news and in history books, as well as so-called facts that we have always taken to be true but are actually false, including of course the flat Earth, gravity, the existence of dinosaurs, etc.

The point of a gatekeeper is to catch people who have discovered a certain amount of the truth on a subject, but then divert them from discovering the deepest root of the truth. A gatekeeper will reveal a certain amount of truth — some of which may be completely shocking — but then they will refuse to admit the possibility of a deeper deception — they refuse to go all the way. Unfortunately these gatekeepers are extremely effective, and have fooled a lot of genuine seekers.

In my opinion the two biggest no-no’s that gatekeepers will never touch are 1) the fact that the Earth is not a sphere, and 2) the possibility that the so-called holocaust is a massive deception and that Jews and their military intelligence cabal are directly responsible for an incredible amount of the world’s suffering (they are not the innocent, put-upon, persecuted group that they deceptively pretend to be).

If a “truth researcher” gets irate at you for questioning him, then be very suspicious. I understand how someone who is sincere can get upset at someone questioning his sincerity (which is something that has happened to me), because often a sincere researcher will put in a lot of work for absolutely no return — it’s a thankless job — but in the end, someone who is sincere has to understand the fact that other people might be suspicious of someone on the internet that they have never met.

For instance, right now I’m really loving the content produced by Miles Mathis. But I have to always keep in mind the possibility someone like him could be a gatekeeper. Mathis uses a lot of common sense in his writings and I love the way he thinks… However, he questions a lot of what NASA says, such as the moon landing, but yet denies the absolutely obvious, common sense fact that the Earth is a plane. This is very suspicious to me because in all of his work he is an expert at examining photos, and it is beyond me how he cannot see that every so-called photo that NASA puts out (as well as every other entity that declares that outer space is real) is fake. Mathis also denies the occult aspect of the world’s elite, claiming that to be a giant hoax, a rabbit hole utilized by military intelligence to deceive people.

I’m open to considering that theory, but I have to believe that a malevolent force is involved in the world’s evils in some way or another. Whether or not that means the elites are actually, physically practicing occult rituals is open to question I suppose. (Mathis does point out that Aliester Crowley was part of military intelligence. So it is possible that his whole occult persona was manufactured and is false. But I would say that it is possible that Crowley was military intelligence — which he was — AND he was a dark occult practitioner at the same time… that is my “take”).

So it should be clear that I’m not saying that I don’t still like Miles Mathis. I’m just saying that my shill radar has to remain up and running and I have to always remain open to consider the possibility that the person I am listening to or whose work I’m reading is a possible gatekeeper, especially when I don’t know that him or her personally.

Plus, even if someone is a gatekeeper, I don’t have to throw the baby out with the bath water. If a gatekeeper is actually doing his or her job well, he or she will reveal a certain amount of good information that is true that I can take in and consider. If they didn’t lure people in with common sense truth at the start, then they wouldn’t be able to fool anyone. But as I mentioned earlier, what a good gatekeeper will do is stop short of going all the way to reveal the man behind the curtain and try to divert attention away from the true rabbit hole.