The day before yesterday I broke out the last hour of my livestream on persuasion techniques, which centered a critique of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s candidacy. You can watch it here.
The post got a lot of comments (for my channel at least). They weren’t inflammatory, and I thank you all for that! Keep it up. There are three that I wanted to follow up on today. One commenter brought up the fact that Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s maternal grandfather was George Skakel of the Great Lakes Coal and Coke Company. Someone asked me to explain more about what I meant about water programming. Another person found the presentation Robert F. Kennedy Jr. gave to the Omega Institute. I appreciate everyone’s interest and participation.
Now, I know there are many others out there who have far more expertise on these topics than I do, but I decided to take this opportunity to compile links with information about some of the ideas that have been floating around in my head around water over the past couple of years. I can’t claim credit for this train of thought. It arose from a collaboration with a friend, but we hadn’t started to weave the threads together yet.
Upon reflection, I think this this may be a good time to pull that work back out given Kennedy’s “river keeping” background and political aspirations. If ever there were a presidential candidate who could be identified as a water guy, it would be Kennedy who for thirty-plus years (thirty three years for the gematria crowd) stewarded the waters of Hudson, a river with a complex history. It’s no understatement to say that many powerful interests have energetic connections to this scenic river.
I’m sharing links and thoughts here as a work in progress. I invite you to contribute additional links and/or themes; but please, no ad hominem. I’ve been subject to that myself of late, and it only muddies the waters (pun intended). If you want to weigh in, I’ll just ask that your contribution be thoughtful, straightforward, and focused on water. In this post I’ll be applying my personal lens which centers analysis of digital twinning, impact finance, game theory, and complexity theory.
Before taking on the “safe” vaccine / “anti-vaxx” mantle, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s archetype was environmentalist and “river-keeper.” His entry into the field followed his conviction for heroin possession in 1984. Treatment and six months of volunteer service with an environmental group followed. In 2000, his mentor, Robert Boyle, and seven other board members resigned after Robert F. Kennedy Jr. hired an ex-felon convicted of running a bird smuggling ring to do environmental monitoring for the organization. Those eight board members believed Kennedy’s decision would compromise their ability to bring legal action against polluters. They left, and Kennedy continued with Riverkeepers until 2017.
I would be interested in your thoughts on the design of the Riverkeeper logo. I see echoes of Taoism, frequency, and cybernetics.
I will note that the Hudson River is important symbolically as it was “discovered” by Europeans under the flag of the Dutch East India Company. Henry Hudson got as far as Albany before turning back around. He realized by then that they weren’t getting to the East Indies by that route. The Dutch are now leading the charge for emerging tech fin-clusion (financial inclusion), biodiversity monitoring, and world “peace” (Carnegie’s Hague Peace Palace). Consider the removal of the original people along the river, which I talked about that on a fall trip along the Palisades. Surely there are many memories of domination in the waters of the Hudson River.
Alison can you please explain programmable water with graphene. What are they programming the water for?
If I had to guess at the purpose behind the water programming, I would say ego-death, unity, and world peace in service of the creation of a liquid crystalline bio-hybrid global supercomputer. This all amounts to Teilhard de Chardin’s Omega Point. It’s interesting to note that in 2008, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was a keynote speaker at the Fearless conference hosted by Rhinebeck, New York’s Omega Institute. The institute advances Teilhard de Chardin’s teachings.
When I see these “circuits” and this water droplet “computer” I am reminded of labyrinths. When I hear them talking about ferromagnetic fluids, I think about the long-time push towards iron-fortification in food and the pushing of iron supplements on children of the global south as a condition for accessing “humanitarian” aid.
My friend recently shared a paper with me on digital biology authored by the late French immunologist and researcher into homeopathy Jacques Benveniste. We had both been looking into Michael Levin’s work into electrical communications among cells (other than neurons) and how that affects morphogenesis and regeneration. Clearly the future of bio-digital convergence, the merging of nature with machine, rests on understanding such exchanges at the molecular level. The three following paragraphs are taken from Benveniste’s 1998 paper, “Understanding Digital Biology.”
“After eight years of research, around 1991, my experiments showed that we could transfer specific molecular signals by using an amplifier and electromagnetic coils. In July, 1995, I recorded and replayed these signals using a multimedia computer. A computer sound card only records frequencies up to about 20,000 Hz. In the course of several thousand experiments, we have led receptors (specific to simple or complex molecules) to “believe” that they are in the presence of their favorite molecules by playing the recorded frequencies of those molecules. In order to arrive at this result, two operations are necessary: 1) record the activity of the substance on a computer; 2) “replay” it to a biological system sensitive to the same substance. Therefore, there is every reason to think that when a molecule itself is in the presence of its receptor, it does the same thing: it emits frequencies which the receptor is capable of recognizing.”
“Which means that a molecular signal can be efficiently represented by a spectrum of frequencies between 20Hx and 20,000 Hz, the same range as the human hearing or music. For several hundred thousand years, human beings have been relating sound frequencies to a biological mechanism: the emotions. Composers of pitched rapid sounds engender lightness of spirit, high-pitched slow sounds, sweetness, sounds both deep and rapid awakening the fighting spirit, while deep, slow sounds invoke serious emotions, sadness and mourning. These are fundamentally cerebral physico-chemical phenomena, triggered by defined frequencies. We do nothing more than this when we transmit pre-recorded molecular activities to biological systems.”
“What about water in all of this? It is the vehicle for information. This cannot be avoided, since there are 10,000 water molecules in the human body for every molecule of protein. There is no problem with this either, a submarine communicates with its base via low-frequency electromagnetic waves, not with megahertz frequencies, which do not penetrate water. We have recently completed very simple experiments showing that a molecule at a normally active concentration does not work in a medium devoid of water. Adding water is not enough to restore activity; it must be “informed.” In other words, when molecules trigger a biological effect, they are not directly transmitting the signal. Sound is not directly created by a compact disc. The latter carries data which is audible only after being amplified by an electronic system.”
So with this in mind, check out this short (1.5 minute clip) of the work of electronic composer Nigel Stanford in which he experiments with the affects of frequency on matter (watch in full here). Pay attention to the water.
The first thing that came into my mind given my research into radar, was the benefactor of MIT’s Rad Lab, Alfred Loomis, who maintained a private laboratory at Tuxedo Park, New York (not far off the Hudson River). Loomis and his scientists experimented with frequency waves, remote communication, and the impact of waves on living systems. World War II gave them a chance to expand their research under military cover. Some say that while the atomic bomb ended the war, it was actually radar, the RadLab’s work, that won it.
The use of water as a medium of communication seems to be key. I think there is a reason that the Navy has been a major player in the development of educational technologies, digital, remote, and now including wearables and biometric monitoring. Much of Bell Lab’s early work came out of partnerships with the Navy in World War I. The Office of Naval Research (ONR) funds the development of emerging technology, as well as the theories that underpin them, such as this project below on neural networks undertaken by Santa Fe Institute in the 1990s. It feels like it’s all about waves, not just on water, but the unseen waves that are not consciously perceived by most. Dani Katz alerted me to the overlap between ONR and the Santa Fe Institute, an organization we’ve both been researching – me with respect to genetic algorithms, complexity, systems engineering, and emergence.
One of Loomis’s scientists, the uncle of Jennet Conant who wrote a biography of Loomis, penned a lightly-fictionalized account of the work being conducted there in 1940. The book was titled “Brain Waves and Death.” Conant’s uncle, William Theodore Richards, died under suspicious circumstances shortly before publication.
I had hoped to go to Tuxedo Park to see the lab last fall. I understood that it had been converted into apartments. As it turned out, the gated community, which was established during the 1890s gilded age, still maintains a 24/7 guard. You can’t enter without an appointment. Alfred’s son Henry joined the staff of Voice of American and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and served on the board of Mitre Corporation for many years.
I’ve often heard it said that the future will be defined by “water wars.” We are led to believe these wars will be about access to water for consumption by people and crops. Such a future is depicted in the opening of the predictive-programing film “Sleep Dealer.” A Mexican father and son are paying for bags of water for their crops at an automated kiosk under remote surveillance.
I’m not discounting that may be where we are headed, but what if there is a second agenda in play?
Could another goal be to develop a global networked architecture to “program” all water consumed by humans, livestock, and plants and thus subtly shift our own internal states based on the water we take into our bodies? It makes me think of next-gen industrial agriculture where under the banner of “sustainability,” robots are being set up to tend plants and perhaps animals in vast warehouses under programmable LED lighting. I have real concerns about hydroponics – the nature of the water used and the additives that will likely be incorporated. I don’t see how artificial agriculture – no soil, no sun, no natural microbes – can sustain life. They’ve been programming processed food for decades and yes geoengineering has had an affect on agriculture already, but I sense things are about to be taken to a whole other level with Green Revolution 2.0. We must not forget the farmer’s protests in India. They were on the front lines, much more so than the Canadian truckers.
As far as drinking water, I see there are many social impact markets being developed around construction of wells and sanitation systems in the Global South, all of which will be linked to Web3 “Internet of Everything” data streams designed to provide “trusted” verification of health “impacts” on targeted populations to investors. Of course humans will be tied into the system, because financing through outcomes-based contracts will be linked to “improved” health outcomes. Sign everyone up for a biometric blockchain identity. That’s what the fine print will say.
It would be the perfect cover for installing digital programming into the world’s water systems. Consider wastewater treatment and the circular economy and forced consumption of domesticated, de-natured water that has been subjected to various chemical and electro-magnetic “treatments.” We know of water memory. What memories would such water hold?
Think about the rise of bottled water industry, an industry in which Mr. Kennedy has played a not-so-minor role with Keeper Springs. By the way he’s had his hand in Cleantech / wastewater treatment, too with Ostara in Vancouver. The bottled beverage industry contributed to the scourge of micro-plastic pollution and the great Pacific Ocean gyre. Will graphene filtration be introduced as a solution to preserve the “safety” of public water supplies, a disruptive nanotechnological addition to the population management toolkit?
Strategically it would make sense for a system advancing a goal of turning the world’s population into social insects for computational purposes to seek to control critical inputs into the maintenance of natural life, water being the most essential ingredient. See the recent development of hydrogels for use in optical computing. These materials are also commonly used in biomedical applications.
There is something about how the “legs” of the hydrogen are positioned that allows the the state of water to be altered with resulting affects on the body – the hydrogen bonds and the degree of coherence or incoherence.
The firm now manufactures speciality materials, including titanium dioxide, which in nano-particulate form is commonly used as an additive in food and consumer products.
Graphene is a one-layer hexagonal lattice of carbon and used to make carbon nano-tubes and elements of nano-machines.
The name Ostara is an interesting choice.
Those who control the water programming will be positioned to oversee biological information exchanges if they are able to attain the Omega Point and bring the hybrid, global supercomputer online. I see that in addition to “smart” power and telecommunications upgrades, many cities are embarking on civic infrastructure around water supplies. This is happening in Philadelphia right now – see our December 2022 “Water Revitalization Plan” – and water projects are being folded into Texas 2036, too.
All of this has me revisiting a very odd family zoom call between Robert and Alan Malina, sons of the late rocket scientist Frank Malina, and Robert’s wife Christine Maxwell, Ghislaine’s sister. You can watch the whole thing here, but below I pulled a two-minute clip of Roger dismissing water memory and homeopathy, even though he organized a summit on the “Power and Spirit of Water” with UNESCO in 2003. It was funded by the Ford Foundation.
It should be noted that Alan was a long-time water engineer for the World Bank and aid programs. At the end of the clip Roger cryptically trails off about the psuedoscience that intelligent life requires water noting something about SETI findings (he was a member) and they never get back to the subject. I’m starting to feel that areas of investigation relating to electro-magnetic frequency (Memerism) and water are being dismissed on the public-facing media front while further explored behind the scenes.
In closing, for now, I think it is important to reflect on the fact that Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was positioned (in part with Standard Oil money – copious Rockefeller Foundation grants to the Natural Resources Defense Council) as a high-profile “water keeper” who chose to raise money for his “environmental” causes by selling bottled water in plastic. He also consulted on venture capital deals in alternative energy and wastewater processing. His family, on his mother’s side, had ties to the coal and coke processing industries and profited from materials that are today being used in their nano-form to “clean” water.
I’m sure what to make of it all yet, but there are a lot of interesting pieces to this puzzle floating around, so to speak. I am still trying to pull it together, and would welcome other people’s ideas. I know many people are better versed on this topic than I am.