Silent weapons for quiet wars


Silent weapons for quiet wars

The following document, dated May 1979, was found on July 7, 1986, in an IBM copier that had been purchased at a surplus sale.


Excerpt from “Behold a pale horse” by William Cooper, Light Technology Publishing, 1991.

5 Replies to “Silent weapons for quiet wars”

  1. “keep the people busy w/ not time to think back on the farm w/ the other animals.” I think that says it all. The ironic thing is the social engineers are the real animals!

  2. Reminds me of the 60s to early 80s. A very brilliant source of similar knowledge is the privately published: The Matrix Series of 5 books and 2 over 300 pages each. Thanks for this wonderful read. Chris

  3. This controlled deception makes me angry and probably does make anyone with an assemblence of intelligence angry as well.
    At the the same time I have to admit it is brilliant on their part that they were able to observe and manipulate this concept to their advantage at the cost of every individual that could have achieved more from their own life
    through proper education and encouragement
    In the concepts of Natural Universal Laws.
    I think this says it all.

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