Entrainment, Subliminal Programming & Financial Manipulation
"So long as it is digital and centrally controlled, Mr. Global could not care less whether the new currency system is called dollar, peso, franc, gold, silver or wampum beads."
~ Catherine Austin Fitts
This Thursday evening on the The Solari Report (6pm PT/9pm ET) I will be speaking with scientist Adam Trombly about the use of entrainment technology and subliminal.
It's hard enough to protect ourselves against dirty tricks. It is another thing to protect ourselves against invisible technology and dirty tricks that we cannot even fathom exists. On Thursday evening, Adam and I will talk about entrainment and subliminal programing--what is it, how it works, how we guard ourselves against it and how we compete in a market place up against people who use it for power and profits.
Adam Trombly is a scientist with years of experience as an inventor working with game changing energy and geophysical technologies. In the process, he was challenged to learn a great deal about the dirty tricks used to control and manipulate advanced technologies and the people and enterprises that might popularize them. Adam is now the director of Project Earth. He was a sponsor of the conference I attended in Switzerland last year that brought together energy scientists and engineers in a panel that was the most enlightening and inspiring presentation I have seen in years. If we have time, I would love to touch on that as well.
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