Secret Project Revolution: The Postfeminist Kabbalah Jihad

Roseanne Barr and Madonna Louise Ciccone (a.k.a. the pop star “Madonna”) have been two outspoken feminist and ‘postfeminist’ figures from the 1980s-present. At first blush, there does not appear to be a great symmetry between the pair – however there is actually a very strong parallel in their social networks and plausibly ‘communistic’ social activism as women artists.

While it is no surprise that feminists will often adopt leftist or Marxist critiques of power which emphasize the disruption of patriarchal gender norms –  it is interesting to note that both Roseanne and Madonna have currently adopted post-Soviet narratives regarding politics and the occult which are connected to modern Russian Information Warfare, underpinned by (apparently) past and present ‘communistic’ influences. This may give the social ‘performances’ of Americans Roseanne and Madonna strategic value to Russia parallel to the work of anti-establishment postmodern Russian groups like Voina (War) and Pussy Riot.

Roseanne Barr in ‘She Devil’ (1989)

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The New Age of Russia. Occult and Esoteric Dimensions Series: Studies on Language and Culture in Central and Eastern Europe (Book Download)

This looks like a strong addition to the library in regards to my theories applying Russian occultism and mysticism to current propaganda and information warfare campaigns, and you can download it in full below. I have not yet read this but recently acquired a similar book on Russian occultism edited by Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal which I am hoping will inform the blogging here.  I can see numerous references to the Orthodox ChurchNicholas Roerich and HP Blavatsky, which I’m looking forward to exploring. Continue reading “The New Age of Russia. Occult and Esoteric Dimensions Series: Studies on Language and Culture in Central and Eastern Europe (Book Download)”

Nostradamus Parallels with Russian Apocalyptic Mythology

The ideas of apocalypse and antichrist in former Soviet-bloc countries are deeply culturally ingrained concepts associated with millennial/centennial mythologies. This has synergy with the apocalyptic and popular eschatological prophecies of Nostradamus.

Modern Russian mystic Aleksandr Dugin meets with Old Believers (2014)

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The Usual Suspects: Sergei Nilus and Konstantin Pobedonostsev

Did you know that the same people who advanced the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion were also responsible for the near-simultaneous canonization of Seraphim of Sarov?  According to Sergei Nilus and Konstantin Pobedonostsev – two conservative Orthodox figures closely connected to Nicholas II -supposedly the venerable Seraphim had predicted the death of Nicholas II by Jewish (e.g. ‘Bolshevik’) elements; painting him as a Christ-like martyr.

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Faked False Prophecy: Clear Eastern European Influence on the 9/11 Hoax Prophecies

Immediately following the 9/11 attacks, several fake Nostradamus prophecies circulated on the internet claiming the 16th century seer had predicted the crisis. In addition to reflecting clear fabrications of Nostradamus prophecy, the 9/11 fakes also included apparent elements of Baba Vanga prophecy. Baba Vanga (d. 1996) was a Nostradamus-like Eastern European mystic who is “extremely popular in Russia”, and who according to Sputnik News, predicted the 2000 Kursk disaster, the 9/11 attacks, and even Vladimir Putin’s succession of Boris Yeltsin (Sputnik 2010). Continue reading “Faked False Prophecy: Clear Eastern European Influence on the 9/11 Hoax Prophecies”

“Nostradamus Ratios”: Why is Russia an Outlier?

I just presented on the attached paper (and a poster of my political model of Russian conspiracism) at the 13th International Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security (ICCWS) which was held at National Defense University in Washington DC. The paper is based on a 2017 analysis of Google ‘hit count estimates’ (HCEs) for 38 news sites and 38 top level domains (TLDs) (two separate investigations) in order to test my theory that Russia employs the concept of Nostradamus and similar ‘prophets’ in a way that is different from the ‘West’. HCEs are a ‘webometric‘ which can potentially be used for conducting quantitative social science research on the internet.

(We are allowed and encouraged by the publisher to post these to personal web pages following the conference. )

Graphic from the paper of Investigation B – Average HCE for all pages on TLD plotted against average HCE for “Nostradamus” mentions on pages (includes regional translations; Top 10 superranked TLDs highlighted and *.com TLD omitted). This view highlights Russia as a clear outlier in the analysis

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Marxist Dracula meets Vlad the Impaler and the Propaganda Men

I wrote this paper about the connections between Russia and Dracula a year ago and thought I would get it published. It was kind of just an interesting ‘spin off’ of my research on Nostradamus. Now I lost interest in revising and publishing it, so it is for the blog.

Since I have written this, I have made some advances in my theory and personal understanding of anti-Semitism and antifascism. You may find it somewhat ‘primitive’ compared to my more recent analyses. But the nuts and bolts hold true in my opinion.

Marxist Dracula meets Vlad the Impaler and the Propaganda Men:

Dracula as Strategic Communications about Russia


Vlad Tepes, also known as ‘Vlad the Impaler’ and ‘Dracula’ was a 15th century Wallachian warlord whose brutality was immortalized in the stories of contemporary European publicists. These stories were brought to Russia and became the basis for Russia’s first belletristic text: “The Tale of Dracula”. The 16th century Russian Tsar Ivan IV (a.k.a. ‘Ivan the Terrible’) was a critical figure in implementing a cohesive Russian mythology, and he was equated with many stories formerly related to Dracula. The first English-language book which combined the concept of vampires and the historical figure of Vlad Tepes was Karl Marx’ “Das Kapital”. There is evidence that Marx influenced Bram Stoker’s conception of Dracula as a character. In the 20th century, film-makers have developed the concept of Dracula in ways which may undermine Stoker’s arguably Russophobic and anti-Semitic context while also introducing 16th century Russian mythology and modern geopolitics to the vampire story.

Keywords: Dracula, Antisemitism, Islamophobia, Third Rome, Propaganda, Russian History

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Fascism and Antifascism: Just Russia playing both sides?

There seems to be pretty good evidence that Russia exploits the extremes of our modern US political system in order to damage the establishment center (“playing both sides“) in ways which reciprocally advance Russian political and military interests. In a nutshell, this dialectic model of conspiracism forms the basis for my working theory of so called “active measures”.

I present to you that we should look to parallels in history to see this has quite likely happened before — specifically in the case of German fascism and Western antifascism.

Suspected Russian spy and Nostradamus promoter Helene Blavatsky — founder of Theosophy — was a strong influence on Nazi mythology. Note swastika imagery at top of graphic.

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