Hollywood Hulk Hogan’s Magnum Loaded Illusion

Many still refuse to believe that politics in the West is just as fraudulent and scripted as the spectacle of professional wrestling. Perhaps the empirical evidence presented in this installment shall persuade those among the throngs of doubters and naysayers to at last reconsider.

Considering the growing majority of those in the West and in America, and to those who perhaps for the first time, are growing increasingly aware of those methodologies utilized by the mainstream media to manipulate the opinions, behavior and perceptions of the general public, hope, as they say, is beginning to spring eternal.

Given there seems to be a growing awareness of the actor based reality, would you now believe that one of professional wrestling’s most high-profile performers was also a noted and well-respected politician, and that prior to his career as “Hollywood Hulk Hogan”, this actor starred in the lead role of a very popular television network crime-drama series during the era of the 1980’s?

Subsequent to all of these varied careers, the host actor of such high-profile celebrity characters also assumed the role of Bernard Kerik, the police commissioner of New York City during the era of September 11, 2001, who later of course, fell under scrutiny and –  in a show of legal theatricality – was thoroughly disgraced.


Conceptually – If you can get past the puerile but nonetheless ironic spectacle of the formerly renowned characters known as “Hollywood Hulk Hogan” and his professional sidekick, Randy “Macho Man” Savage – the content observed in the video segment displayed above represents a prime example of predictive programming.

The two characters, Hogan included, are symbolic archetypes, and though they are posed before the general public as flesh and blood characters, they are esoteric concepts presented to the masses of the profane in the form of carefully crafted personas dressed up in the garb of exoteric super heroes. They are symbolic of the masonic pillars of Boaz and Jachin, and the moniker of their acting spectacle is the “Twin Towers”, a reference to not only the symbolic totems found in every masonic lodge, but their images also represent the masonic black magic ritual/psychological operation that would take place on that fateful day of September 11, 2001, and in tandem, they acted this out under the guise of a heavily promoted mass entertainment spectacle nearly twelve years before it took place.

Typically and not unexpectedly, Hogan’s biography is filled with numerological markers, the most telltale of all being that he led the curiously monikered upstart professional wrestling league “NWO” in 1996. During his career as a champion professional wrestler, Terry Gene Bollea (ll=24/6/33/the double L turns out to be a huge clue as to the identity of Hogan’s host actor), born August (8/44/destruction code) 11 (2 masonic pillars of Boaz and Jachin), 1953 (=27/2 7’s/Lucifer’s lighting/angelic transformation), became a thirteen-time world champion (13/summit of masonic pyramid), a six-time WWF World Heavyweight Champion and a six-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion (6+6=12/21/777/intelligence joker code). “The Hulk” was also inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2005 (7/Kabbalah Zayin, the mind weapon) by Sylvester Stallone AKA Hollywood entertainment industry executive titan David Geffen, AKA singer/fake politician Sonny Bono, and AKA fake 1960’s counter-culture serial killer, Charles Manson.

See: Hollywood Stallion Stallone Not Sly Enough?

Legal controversy struck before Hogan’s career reached dizzying heights however, when on March 27, 1985 (777/joker code/23/2 3’s/33), comedian Richard Belzer was allegedly injured after Hogan demonstrated one of his signature wrestling maneuvers. There is only one problem with this scenario though folks, because ear biometrics and facial recognition demonstrate Richard Belzer (Z=26/12/21/777) to be a fabricated show business character portrayed by former Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy AKA former Secretary of State, Donald Rumsfeld, and father of David Bowie AKA Henri Albert Gabriel Felix Marie Guillaume, the reigning Grand Duke of Luxembourg.

See: Actors in history’s grand stage play (Part III)

Richard Belzer:



Leonard Nimoy:



Donald Rumsfeld:



Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg:



One supposes that most of one’s loyal readers will now truly understand what the character of Donald Rumsfeld (who also served in the presidential administration of Tricky Dick Nixon AKA Warren Beatty in addition to that of George W. Bush) meant when he said this:

“Reports that say that something hasn’t happened are always interesting to me, because as we know, there are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns – the one’s we don’t know we don’t know. And if one looks throughout the history of our country, it is the latter category that tend to be the difficult ones.”

And, as the former Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg – the father of David Bowie AKA the current Grand Duke of one of the richest royal families in Europe with direct genealogical ties to the thirteen, ruling elite Jesuit families – His former Highness might be dismayed to discover the actor based reality in which he and his family have taken an active part is no longer unknown to the loyal readers here at Newsspell.

But would you believe, the identical host actor that portrayed “Hollywood Hulk Hogan”, also portrayed the renowned late US senator from New York, Daniel Patrick Moynihan?

The character posed as a renowned and credentialed political figure observed in the video featured above represents but one prima facie example of how strategically applied layers of latex facial stippling, accompanied by generous applications of wardrobe and hair coloring designs have, in the past, not only served to distort the viewer’s ocular perceptions, but promoted the perception of a fabricated character’s aged and distinguished image while concealing the host actor’s comparative youthfulness. This identical method of sinister operation can be observed in the case of former US presidents Dwight Eisenhower AKA Barry Diller, Lyndon Baines Johnson AKA Robert DeNiro, and Richard M. Nixon AKA Warren Beatty.

Note too, the video displayed above is from an era before CGI Mocap rigs, CGI markers and sophisticated digital post-production, photo shop and animation techniques, technologies that – though now present on all major corporate television news networks (ABC, NBC, CBS, ESPN, CNN, BBC, RT, etc. etc.) – then still existed in the relative infant stages of research and development. However, despite the extensive character modifications applied to both the Hollywood Hulk Hogan and Senator Pat Moynihan characters, facial recognition analysis still reveals that both characters have in fact been portrayed by the identical host actor.

Here is yet another performance from the Moynihan character appearing on “Firing Line”, the now defunct television political talk fest formerly hosted by the late and celebrated American political conservative guru, William F. Buckley. What is remarkable about this televised display, it exists as a recorded document of the post-modern actor based reality, and yet another prime example of a staged television spectacle at its finest, with admittedly, convincing performances by both well-conceived characters.

What is particularly ironic concerning “Firing Line”, and to a great degree Buckley himself – considered almost sacred touchstones for not only politically conservative Americans and intellectuals of a similar ideological persuasion during the era of the late 20th century – with senses well-attuned, one can readily ascertain that though the dialogue and formatting of the show were designed to appeal to a college educated and middle-class demographic the network brass knew would become convinced of its well-informed and even authoritative nature, detailed analysis reveals the show’s content to be rather shockingly bereft of substance, superficial and even banal, and while demonstrated to be rife with honeyed verbosity, empty semantical and rhetorical platitudes, and gross disinformation, the sole and ulterior purpose of Buckley’s “show” was to spoon feed politically propagandized talking points composed by Rockefeller funded CIA think tanks to its loyal viewers. Unbeknownst to those hosts of Buckley’s viewers, however, they were systematically held in thrall to the well-honed psychological manipulation of social and political behavioral modifications.

In truth, Buckley’s Firing Line was merely a scripted and theatrical performance, and a subversive psychological operation designed to condition the public to revel in feeling vicariously well-informed by well-trained actors posed in the guise of authoritative experts.

Yes folks, Buckley was portrayed by an actor highly-skilled in the performing arts of Shakespearean theater.

In fact, both facial and voice recognition as well ear biometrics analysis reveal that the Buckley character was portrayed by the celebrated and award-winning star of both theatrical stage and Hollywood screen, Robert Vaughn.

William F. Buckley:




Robert Vaughn:




Of course, Buckley’s official biographies make no pretense of concealing the fact his well-honed persona was thoroughly concocted by CIA, and that he was a member of Yale’s Skull and Bones. And, once again folks – as observed so often with other similarly fabricated characters – Buckley’s biographies reveal a nexus between the military and the actor based reality.

The following is a short excerpt from Wikipedia:

“Buckley attended the National Autonomous University of New Mexico {A CIA front} in 1943 {=26/2 6’s/12/21/777 intelligence joker code}. The following year, upon his graduation from the US Army Officer Candidate School, he was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the United States Army. In his book, ‘Miles Gone By’, he briefly recounts being a member of Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s {brother of Kermit Roosevelt AKA Adolph Hitler/Walt Disney/Walter Cronkite} honor guard upon the president’s death. He served stateside throughout the war at Fort Benning, Georgia; Fort Gordon, Georgia; and Fort Sam Houston, Texas. At the end of World War II in 1945, Buckley enrolled at Yale, where he became a member of the secret Skull and Bones society. In 1951, along with many other Yale alumni, Buckley was recruited into Central Intelligence Agency, including one in Mexico City working on ‘political action’ for E. Howard Hunt; who was later jailed for his part in the Watergate affair.”

Of course, by now, it is well-known the Watergate affair was just as phony as the recent Jussie Smollett imbroglio, and Wikipedia has all but admitted that the CIA created and trained the Buckley character to become a political activist who dutifully played out his role in the artificial but perpetual left vs. right political paradigm.

Still not convinced and require greater empirical evidence, folks?

Well, here is yet another of Buckley’s performances, this time accompanied by the former phony US Senator from Massachusetts, John Kerry:

In this video excerpt, the high-profile political character of John Kerry is performed by none other than future Hollywood screen star, George Clooney AKA late-night talk show comedian and host, Jay Leno, the ‘late’ John F. Kennedy Junior, and still later on in his career and aided by CGI facial applications, Supreme Court Justice, Antonin Scalia.

See: American Camelot: The Kennedy’s mythical dynasty (Part IV)

See: Jay Leno: the man behind the mask (part I)

See:  Jay Leno: the man behind the mask (part II)

See: Ginsburg’s court is a supreme hoax

During his run for the US presidency before the turn of the millennium against George W. Bush, the character of John Kerry revealed that indeed like his cohort in the actor based reality, Buckley, he was a sworn member of Yale’s not-so-secretive Skull and Bones.

Take note, that at one point during this scripted ‘debate’ (approximately between the 23:00 and 24:00 minute mark), the Buckley character mentions – regarding the nature of US military intervention in South Vietnam – the words ‘ambiguity’ and ‘ambivalence’.

As both of these CIA-trained characters were most likely well aware at the time, America’s military intervention in Southeast Asia had little to do with defending the sovereignty of an ally (South Vietnam) in that part of the world’s hemisphere, but everything to do with America’s contractual commitments for providing armed security (force) – both on land and at sea – in helping the thirteen ruling elite families consummate their own contractual monopolization of Southeast Asia’s vast natural and human resources – specifically that of the heroin trade (the identical but secret purpose of the “wars” in both Afghanistan and Iraq), and to lay the contractual groundwork for eventually ratifying a legalized agreement for the establishment of a central merchant bank in Hong Kong (Hong Kong Monetary Authority) to launder, handle and secret away the profits.

This is why the patriarch of America’s most prominent merchant banking family, Nelson Rockefeller – a trusted representative of the ruling elite family’s economic interests –  was later instructed to go abroad as an envoy to negotiate with high-level representatives from both China and the former Soviet Union to ensure contractual profits were fairly and evenly divided among each of those thirteen Jesuit families.

This is also why the ‘debate’ between Senator Kerry and William Buckley can be objectively categorized as nothing more than ideological balderdash.

There is simply one conclusion to be drawn from this alternative but objective analysis: these sorts of manufactured cults of personality, Buckley, Kerry, and Moynihan et al.  – trained and vetted by CIA – are placed into high-profile public visibility to not only influence public opinion, but to subsequently polarize it.


Magnum PI became one of the most popular network television crime-dramas broadcast during the era of the 1980’s. Upon examination of the popular television show’s history, several intriguing characteristics came to light. The show featured its main protagonist, Thomas Magnum, as an ex-Navy Seal turned private investigator employed by Robin Masters (allusion to the masonic master of the lodge/sums to 153 in English Ordinal gematria/Full Reduction/Reverse Ordinal/Reverse Full Reduction = 9/6/occult mirrored reversal/33), the owner of a sprawling 200 acre beach front property in Hawaii called “Robin’s Nest”, where Magnum is privileged to reside while surrounded by a bevy of beautiful woman and his two ex-service buddies who he often persuades – much to their consternation – to go along with him during his various investigations on behalf of clients.

According to the official documented history of the show, although the character of Robin Masters, Magnum’s benefactor, never appeared on camera, his voice was heard in several episodes. And wouldn’t you know it folks, the voice over actor (heard in only five episodes/2 3’s/33/high-degree Scottish Rite Freemasonry) the network brass hired to portray “Masters” was none other than our old friend Mister “War of the Worlds”/Citizen Kane, Orson Welles AKA Howard Hughes, and 007/James Bond director, Romolo “Cubby” Broccoli.

See: Howard Hughes: Man of mystery revealed (part I)

See: Howard Hughes: Man of mystery revealed (Part II)

See: 007 & The Legend of Tubal-Cane

If we’ve learned anything about the nature of the actor based reality, its participants have proved to stick closely together, in the hope of keeping their secrets even closer to the vest.

But not only do ear biometric, facial recognition and voice analysis prove actor Tom Selleck (double L/33), the star of Magnum PI, performed as the host actor for Hollywood Hulk Hogan and Patrick Moynihan, he also portrayed another high-profile but now disgraced public figure, New York City Police Commissioner, Bernard Kerik.

Bernard Kerik:



Tom Selleck:











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      1. Yes, Frontline is even more egregious. In fact there is a documentary they produced from the era of the 1980’s, an ‘expose’ concerning the influence of Las Vegas gambling on professional sports, specifically the NFL, which is filled with – including the host (Barbara Baines of Space 1999 fame AKA Jessica Savitch) which is filled with actors posed as ‘mafia’ figures. https://youtu.be/33i9Rj_v8Oc

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