Climbing Mount Fakeology

How does a man find himself in a foreign land proclaiming that nobody died, nobody got hurt? If ‘outer space’ is a hoax, how can you explain the so-called ‘ISS’? Who is really behind the ‘internet archive’ and why is nobody else talking about this?

On Wednesday, 30-Oct-2019, I decided to do an impromptu livestream on my YouTube channel. During the presentation I tried to answer all of these questions and so much more.



This mp3 file is a slightly-edited rip of the video, with some dead air at the beginning removed, and audio balance / noise removal functions applied, for the benefit of the listener.


Coming soon.

Production notes. Livestreamed late Wednesday / early Thursday, 30/31 Oct 2019. mp3 file released 31-Oct-2019. Manual audio balancing, auto compression @ 5:1, noise removal applied, some dead air removed.


8 thoughts on “Climbing Mount Fakeology

  • 01-November-2019 at 12:44 am

    When I was listening to you description of the members of the website, the term “Motley Crew” came to mind.

    “A motley crew is an informal expression for a roughly organized assembly of individuals of various backgrounds, appearance, and character……

    “…..Motley crews are, by definition, non-uniform and undisciplined as a whole. They are typified by containing characters of conflicting personality, varied backgrounds and, usually to the benefit of the group, a wide array of methods for overcoming adversity.

    ” Traditionally in fiction writing, a motley crew who in the course of a story comes into conflict with an organized, uniform group of characters, will probably prevail.

    “This is generally achieved through the narrative using the various specialties, traits, and other personal advantages of each member to counterbalance the (often sole) specialty of a formal group of adversaries. (NPCs?)…….

    Motley from 13th-century Middle English means composed of elements of diverse or varied character. In the 15–16th centuries came the “motley”, the official dress of the court jester. The jester was an important person in court circles, who could speak the truth without punishment even when it was contrary to the king’s or senior officials’ opinion. Their uniforms were generally lively and multi-coloured.”

    Seems apt

  • 01-November-2019 at 3:10 am

    really enjoyed this! fwiw, imo you are in fine form! so glad your Hanoi internet situ seems to be working out!

    great job manning the decks and keeping things flowing too! – was nice to be reminded about your research into the Internet Archive, and i really enjoyed the clips from Nate’s vid as well. somehow, all of that rolling around in me brainz (along with Nate’s reading of Joe Alexander’s Sync Book contribution) helped me better grok the implications of what’s going on, in terms of ‘sync-ing’ with the Library of Alexandria (nobody died/got hurt) – WATTBA

    so it occurred to me when you were discussing the History Hoax, that with the membership (we motley crew) where it is now – an incomparable collection of post-conspiracy brain power actually capable of collaboration – there’s plenty of ‘crowd-sourcing’ potential to perform some of the ‘tasks’ mentioned, e.g., locate the ‘oldest’ text, create a list of texts whose ‘provenance’ is acceptable, etc. basically, become Superusers of the Internet Archive, i.e., make it our ‘Library of Alexandria.’

    at the very least, perhaps collectively we can efficiently tease out the ‘contours’ of the wire frame mesh, which could help us to see…what’s more?

    wherever the ‘brain of the apocalypse’ and the ‘motley crew’ reckon there’s ‘plunder’ to be found!

  • 01-November-2019 at 8:53 am

    P.s. I think this is my favourite of your live streams. Full of excellent content and commentary the whole show.

    Your description of what is happening to the UK came across as poignant, heartfelt but realistic and insightful.

    Your description of the freedom you have experienced in Vietnam cf. the West is something that I have been coming to a realisation over for the last 5 years or so. Once again I thought you did I good job of describing it.

    Lots of other good stuff but those were the highlights, for me.

  • 01-November-2019 at 5:24 pm

    Intersting thoughts regarding the ISS. I have also played with the idea that perhaps the thing was always up there. The space fakery is still high in my interest list because the fakery is taking place as we speak.

    A few observations:

    *There is a phenomenon that looks like the ISS up in the sky, the ISS tracker app works fine and the ISS will appear in your area up in the sky just like the tracker suggests.

    *As far as we know the science spruikers and scientist have not discovered the ISS be off track or some other way suspicious.

    *There is no footage of the ISS being built, there’s only a high production IMAX documenatary narrated by Tom Cruise about the ISS construction.

    *The fakery on board the ISS is with the glitches, dissapearing astronauts, astronauts on wires, singing astrounauts, gorillaz etc is so obvious, it feels like an ’Idiocracy’ movie almost. And let’s not forget Don Pettit.

    *The industrial valve expert letter on Mark Sargent’s show from 4 years ago still holds up great, : ’The ISS is great theatre but not reality’

    *Interestingly enough, for the first time in almost a year I decided to check out the Globebusters couple of days ago; they were also speaking about the ISS. The best part is where Jeran points out that according to the ISS tracker, the viewing path of the ISS just cuts out at one point:

    Whatever the ISS is, not in a million years I believe there are people inside the ISS floating around.

    • 01-November-2019 at 8:12 pm

      On the ISS, does anyone try to track it themselves? I don’t have a telescope.

      One fact that I am aware of, wrt a global model, is that you should not be able to see any satellites 90 mins after sunset. Those satellites would not be being lit up by the sun after that time – the earth would be shielding them from the sun and they would be dark (not lit). So the only time you can see satellite is within 90 mins of sunset (and sunrise). So, any observations at night outside of those times would indicate either that we are not on a ball, or that those are not satellites as they have their own light source (,or something else).

      So, when do people see the ISS? If it’s at midnight say, then something is amiss…

      • 01-November-2019 at 8:27 pm

        Just looked into this a bit more, and got to nasa’s viewing times page (for Watford, England).

        Given a location, it tells you the times you can see it – they are pretty much within 90 mins of sunset and sunrise. It also has the following note at the bottom of the page:
        ” Time is when the sighting opportunity will begin in your local time zone. All sightings will occur within a few hours before or after sunrise or sunset. This is the optimum viewing period as the sun reflects off the space station and contrasts against the darker sky.”

        So my test above is addressed 🙁

        Carry on!

        Mind you, I used to think I was spotting satellites looking at the night sky, but that would have been around midnight… Don’t know what to make of what I was seeing now!

  • 02-November-2019 at 3:50 am

    I am quite sure I have seen dots of light moving around the sky well past midnight, I mean I pretty much see them everytime I look in the sky at night

  • 02-November-2019 at 10:18 am

    I was listening live at work but then I had to make a call to tech support for a client issue. It f’ed up my whole program. Damn work! Why can’t muh see eye eh offer me a couple hundred grand a year to “distract and derail muh truf movement”? I could just sit back and collect the cash since conspiratards pretty much distract and derail on their own. I mean just listen to Gaia. He likes to argue against points he agrees with.

    P.S. This is a solicitation to TPWRTS in case you guys are listening. Lol

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