For decades now – appearing in bold headlines on the front pages of scandalous periodicals such as Weekly World News and National Enquirer – there have been periodic reports of “Elvis” sightings.
Oh god – one can hear the groans from afar – in what direction are we being taken now?
What the majority of those among the dismissive majority fail to understand: this is how the ruling thirteen Jesuit families choose to release credible information through sources which – like the headline from the “Weekly World News”, seen immediately below – are perceived by the American general public to exist as less than credible sources.
Yes folks, those among the highest echelons of the Jesuit order, as masters of psychological operations, have always sought to make the pursuit of truth appear to be a ridiculous exercise in absurd futility.
Weekly World News: Elvis is Alive!
Though, lately, such fantastical reports of “Elvis sightings” have been infrequent, when they do appear, oftentimes, such accounts represent the sort of sensational absurdities which are always eschewed and even mocked by both the MSM and the general public, alike.
But mocking the discovery of even the smallest grain of truth amid a mountainous compilation of lies is all part of the grand game of manufacturing the public’s consent and managing their programmed perceptions, to ensure everything they believe as self-evident truth is a blatantly fabricated canard.
Generally, these sorts of “stories”, concerning “Elvis sightings”, have always been classified as urban legends, or, even, discredited and filed under the dreaded label of “conspiracy theories”.
Turns out, however, everyone has seen “Elvis the King of Rock” quite frequently and on more than one occasion. Nearly every popular music enthusiast, to-this-day, has seen him perform on stages around the globe.
He has even appeared as a popular character on what existed as an even more popular American television show, a show which claimed to be “about nothing”.
No one, until now, has recognized him in his various character iterations.
Why should this be so, everyone may ask?
Since the King’s “death” in 1977, he’s been performing under another very famous name, someone who was even knighted by the British Queen, Elizabeth II! Continue reading “Some Music Legends Only Die Twice!”