Humint Events Online: November 5th Was the 10th Anniversary of Conspiracy Expert WIlliam Cooper's Death

Tuesday, November 08, 2011

November 5th Was the 10th Anniversary of Conspiracy Expert WIlliam Cooper's Death

Noted by the Anonymous Physicist.

Anonymous Physicist wrote about him here. Among many other things, Cooper predicted an attack similar to 9/11, and was killed not too long after 9/11 by sheriffs in a set-up.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you aware, guys, that Coop eventually recanted of the certainty of his long-propounded "aliens-contacting-Uncle-Sam" dogma?

I used to listen to Coop nightly on shortwave, back in the day, and I clearly remember when (after an intense study of the convoluted doctrines and devious practices of the various Secret Societies) he began to back off from all that "Aviary" and "MJ-12" disinfo.

Eventually he recognized that he (and lots of his original followers) had been duped -- by the insidious planners of some future, simulated BIG EVENT.

Since Spooked and the Physicist still apparently cling to the (Langley-manufactured) alien hypothesis -- maybe you should download a bunch of the late Mr. Cooper's later broadcasts.

Maybe you won't revere his memory so much when you discover that he "fell away from the true faith" and became a suspicious alien-agnostic in his last years.

And yes, he most certainly DID predict 9/11 -- and with far greater clarity and specificity that did his smarmy rival of the airwaves in those days, Alex ("I-used-to-be-Bill-Hicks") Jones.

12:11 AM  
Blogger spooked said...

Thanks... I am aware of that. So I am not sure what to make of Cooper, how much to trust him. I read parts of his "Pale Horse" book, some believable, some not. I should go back and look at it again. Too many things to do....

I do still think the ET phenomena is real and not entirely cooked up. The problem, like many deep conspiracy topics, that there is an intense amount of disinfo on ETs and UFOs etc.

10:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

12:11 is the Langley manufactured one here.

Cooper's book makes clear what he directly saw. The only thing Cooper said at one time was that theoretically maybe it was possible that the aircraft carrier sized UFO/USO that went in and out of the water several times and was photoed and seen on radar in theory could have been man made. Covering all bases.

But he ended the matter on one video interview by saying, "if they are extraterrestrial, they're obviously in charge."

No one can be right all the time, and all of us are fed lies, but unlike others all around us, Cooper never deliberately lied about anything.

Furthermore he may have been telling people, whether or not advanced off-worlders are ultimately in charge, humanity should fully resist.

And my books and articles show the massive direct and indirect evidence of who created us and have been in charge ever since. To deny this is ASSinine. But usually done by religionists and intel


5:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think Cooper was in some ways like the Claude Rains character in the old movie "The Clairvoyant".

He started out as just another huckster, and then he came to believe in the genuine power (over his followers) that he had acquired through years of practice.

And all the warnings he was giving them, near the end of the story, were frighteningly, devastatingly, absolutely true.

But not the BS he started out with.

Coop's many later publications never made it into the chain bookstores, while his amateurish, pastiche-work first publication has never gone out of print. It just keeps getting re-stocked on the shelves (in the "occult section" and remains popular in part because the ultra new-agey, Sedona-based publishing company who owns the rights to it (and whose dogma the later Cooper virulently detested and railed against most memorably in his "Mystery Babylon" broadcasts) has found it to be a cash-cow with the hungry-for-ET gullible.

2:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you think the Langley and Tavistock goons are out to pop your belief-baloons (regarding humankind's alien origins), you had better read Picknett and Prince's "The Stargate Conspiracy" mighty soon.

And they are true believers, just like you guys apparently are.

In other words, they're on your side, but they're also mighty riled up about having their cherished belief system HIJACKED (not debunked) for mil-intel purposes.

2:21 AM  

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