Georgia Guidestones – Defaced By Bible Belt Conspiracists – Alleging Stones Are Satanist – Direct Attack On Doktor Snake Who Conspiracy Theorists Say Is In League With Illuminati And Satan

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Mysterious monument, the Georgia Guidestones, has been defaced by extremist Christians who believe that the structure was commissioned by satanic globalist elites whose agenda is a mass culling of the world population. But the anti-Satanist graffiti may be a direct attack on me… that’s what I’ve been told.


Because conspiracy authors are increasingly alleging that I am associated with the Illuminati. Here’s a screenshot of a book from one such author:

Eyes Wide Open: The Illuminati Tigress-Programing, -Training and -Using Angelina Jolie (Second Edition)
By Istvan Adorjan · 2018

This guy Istvan even suggests I have connections to a “national secret political organization” here in Britain, not to mention having helped Angelina Jolie in her rise to fame and in her later career on the world stage (others connect me to Angelina Jolie too). Because of these allegations, which are spreading like wildfire across the internet, I’m told that Bible Belt conspiracists believe that I know who the mysterious person was that commissioned the Georgia Guidestones to be built in 1980…. and that the anti-Satanist graffiti was actually aimed at me.

The Georgia Guidestones are an incredible feat of architecture and justifiably can be described as the “American Stonehenge” (the structure marks solstices and the annual travel of the sun). Unsurprisingly it cost a fortune to erect the structure. But what has got conspiracists going is the inscriptions on the monument (in eight different languages), which they see as the sinister agenda of the New World Order mapped out for all to see.

To me the inscriptions make a lot of sense:

  1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
  2. Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.
  3. Unite humanity with a living new language.
  4. Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.
  5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
  6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
  7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
  8. Balance personal rights with social duties.
  9. Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.
  10. Be not a cancer on the Earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.

It’s the first of the guidelines that leads our conspiracy friends to think that it’s all about a mass culling of the world population in the interests of creating a more harmonious world and a global community.

But I will admit I do have a good idea who was behind funding the building of the Georgia Guidestones – a cabal of quite wealthy people, in fact. I am party to this information due to a family connection. And the fact I do have that connection is what is setting off the current flurry of conspiracy allegations against me.

I’m not going to reveal the group that was behind commissioning the Guidestones. What I will say is this: Yes, there is a satanic element behind it all. BUT not the fantasy fiction variety of Satanism touted by Bible Belt religious obsessives. No. The Satanic element is that of atheism and rationalism, and instilling the precepts of the Age of Enlightenment on the world, which began in the 18th century, but has hardly impacted the masses, many of whom remain prone to superstition and “magical thinking”… obviously this sums up the mindset of Christian and Islamic extremists.

So this cabal was all about ridding the world of religion – ALL RELIGION. They didn’t believe there was one good religion on this Earth. But the big joke was the mysterious front-man who commissioned the Georgia Guidestones called himself “R. C. Christian.” Haha, truly brilliant!

Quite bluntly the vast majority of conspiracy theorists are religious extremists themselves. They have these deluded ideas about God and Satan – attitudes that belong in medieval times. The Age of Reason truly passed by conspiracy theorists!

The worst of it is, hardly a day goes by now without some rabid conspiracist accusing me of being in league with the Bavarian Order of the Illuminati and Satan, not to mention the British Royal Family and Freemasons.

It’s actually getting out of hand, which is tempting me to call upon Brother Satan himself to lay a nuclear strike hex bomb on these people. I might just do that. We’ll see.

All I’ll say is: don’t listen to maniac conspiracy theorists – they are religious extremists in sheep’s clothing. What’s more, any involvement I may have had with the British establishment was afternoon tea and interesting conversation at Kenwood House, on Hampstead House in London, and on occasion at the St. James Club.

But come on… Illuminati and New World Order, I don’t think so. And the truth is, when it comes to globalism, well, look at the damn pandemic… we desperately need global cooperation otherwise things get radically out of control like they are now with Covid 19. So again we see what absolute fools these conspiracy people are. Talk about Luddites keeping us in the Dark Ages.

12 replies
  1. Fabian Lewis
    Fabian Lewis says:

    So come now. I thought you were my good friend you know Doctor. But now I realise you ain’t. How comes you have such connections with the Illuminati and others and cant even recommend me to them? I would like to join you know. And here I was thinking you and I are good friends. Lol lol lol lol lol lol. A mean I cant laugh anymore on this nice Sunday evening in Jamaica. Lol

    • Doktor Snake
      Doktor Snake says:

      Well the truth about the Order of the Illuminati, it’s really the ethos that survived into modern times; some is good, some I’m not so keen on…. you see it in the World Economic Forum, not certain about the IMF. Those Georgia Guidestones sum up the good side, whatever people might say. And with me, over the years I’ve kind of run into people in the establishment. It was eye opening in terms of what you pick up in general conversation; otherwise it would be talking about all sorts from Nietzsche to Crowley, William Blake to whether the Neanderthals were spiritual (researchers think that wasn’t in them at all). All over a nice afternoon tea at places like Kenwood in Hampstead, or Fortnum and Mason, etc.

      • Fabian Lewis
        Fabian Lewis says:

        It’s kind of bewildering at times to hear what people actually believe in. And the funny thing about all of this nonsense is these people who espouse such things actually rarely benefit off it.

        Makes me wonder at times. I guess in times of uncertainty people will believe just about anything.

        As for me, I have no time for such foolishness. I have just one thing focusing on and that is to try and create wealth to elevate my life. And as one very wealthy Jamaican recently said if you dont own something you cant create wealth. And that’s what am gearing my mind and whatever else I can muster towards.

      • Doktor Snake
        Doktor Snake says:

        Belief is the curse of humanity in many ways. Rationality and awareness of one’s thinking and emotions is quite rare. But that maxim that you need to own something to create wealth is a good one. It doesn’t have to be property, could be shares in companies, your own firm, you own internet real-estate, etc.

  2. Twumasi Ankrah
    Twumasi Ankrah says:

    Doctor I wanna join the join the illuminati please just help me,cos yo the best please, help doctor I’m loyal to you and the new world order illuminati thanks!!

  3. Vajranagini
    Vajranagini says:

    Don’t know how you could be connected to the “Bavarian Order of the Illuminati” if it doesn’t exist any more.

    • Doktor Snake
      Doktor Snake says:

      People tend to use the term “illuminati” as a catchall for global elites… and that in itself is a misnomer in the sense that you can more-or-less see who directs the world, International Monetary Fund, etc. With me, I think it’s down to my general support for the need for the “nudge” effect, and also some of the organizations I’ve had some involvement with over the years.

  4. Diana Henry
    Diana Henry says:

    This is just awful,Doktorsnake, these groups of peoples telling lies on you. This is frightening to me for you.

  5. clayton ray davies
    clayton ray davies says:

    I want to say that I would love to curse these extremist christians, send some demons to wreck their lives, but something in me says that would only add fuel to the fire,, in the wrong way,, in this case.


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