Alan Watt

Alan Watt passed away last Thursday.

Alan Watt was a truth seeker in the finest tradition. Through long and diligent research, he had come to understand that our lives and societies did not just come into being simply through chance events but were rather the result of carefully planned agendas that were being orchestrated by an ancient and occulted order. Concentrating his attention firmly on the instruments of this system he would clinically dissect their ideology and methodology whilst quoting directly from the relevant written and documented sources.

Alan was a gifted individual who could easily have made a more comfortable life for himself by “playing the game” but instead he chose to devote his not unsubstantial energies to the unglamorous and somewhat thankless task of trying to help widen the understanding of the tiny percentage of the general population that was willing to listen to what he had to say. He was not especially thrilled at having to do this, but he grafted away regardless and did so effectively for a very long time. Alan would talk endlessly about the most depressing of subjects whilst grumpily complaining about the minutiae of his own existence and yet he was still able to come across as likable and reassuring, don’t worry about these things too much he would say; this has all been going on for a very long time and it is not your fault so just remember to look after yourself and each other and always think for yourself.

Alan certainly has had an impact upon my own consciousness; he has been a guide to me and after listening to his talks I was motivated to expand my own reading a little. His recommended tracts could hardly be described as enjoyable, but thanks to Alan I am now at least able to criticise the likes of Bertrand Russell and Julian Huxley from a position of informed understanding. Alan had long said that one morning, when the listener tuned in for his regular weekly monologues, he would be gone forever. That day has sadly now arrived, and I miss him already. May his God, or his Gods, go with him.

 

Alan Watt on “waking up”

An individual vaguely perceives something is wrong in his/her life. This takes the form of fatigue at trying to “keep up” with real or imaginary crisis, the encroachment of government into every aspect of life, increasing taxation and so on. Sometimes it takes the loss of work and the realisation that the safety-net they contributed to has a gaping hole in the middle.

The individual discovers that justice is a joke and that all control mechanisms go up like a pyramid, taking their property, taxes etc. with it. This wealth is then distributed to help “bail out” or “prop up” “failing” trans-national corporations. Left-overs are channeled via Overseas Development Corporations to “developing nations,” where the loot is pocketed by front-men, dictators and their bureaucrats. Crumbs filter down to social services, which, after being guzzled by directors and staff, leave little for the needy except bundles of forms, in triplicate, of course.

The individual looks around for others already exposing “the conspiracy”. These established champions inform him which “conspiracy” books to read. Having then done so, the individual begins to “expose” the corruption, first to friends, then when friendless, he either publishes what he has gleaned or becomes paranoid and withdraws from society altogether.

Why does the waking-up process fail to spread through society?

He is terribly naive. He believes the massive corruption “just happened” to begin in his own lifetime, otherwise mummy or daddy or teacher would have warned him. It does not occur to him that his parents, teachers etc. were as conditioned as he was.

Most people do not wish to know. They, like farm animals, have been domesticated. Wild animals (original) have natural instincts of self-preservation. They sense the evil intentions of predators and they survive by trusting their own instincts. Wild herds do not “hang around” when one or more members drop dead. Specially bred sheep do.

Pavlovian conditioning/response indoctrination has been fed to every individual via cartoons, through schooling.

The media then takes over. People’s opinions are simply sound-bites from news, talk-shows or quotes from glossy magazines.

Trust replaces the instinct of self-preservation. It over-rides memory and logic. Controllers and shepherds encourage trust.

When threatened with loss of possessions, property, access to health care etc…people turn to government/predator for help, or/and organised religion. Should an individual persist in pushing for his “rights”, he will be removed from society and placed in a psychiatric hospital or prison on any number of pretexts. The alternative is death by “accident” or shot by police while “resisting arrest”.

Alan’s work can still be accessed online at the website “cutting through the matrix” and at the “debess” Youtube channel.