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Month: December, 2012

Meaning of the name ‘Tyler’

by 5ocietyx

Operation Mayhem

Project Mayhem

Project TYLER is a key component of Project Mayhem. It is described as a ‘virus’ and a ‘weapon of mass seduction’. The idea put forward is for millions of insiders to leak confidential information as evidence of official or corporate wrong-doing building up to 11.11 21 12 2012.

Tyler is derived from the Old English ‘tigele’, meaning “to cover”. In Middle English it became Tiler, and was an occupational surname applied to persons that made and laid “tiles” or bricks.

Origin & History
Paralleling or rather complimenting its history as an occupational surname, the name Tyler is also associated with the Freemasons as a title for someone who stands guard outside the lodge to ensure that all who enter have both the authority and the credentials to do so. Along with other secondary duties the Tyler is also responsible for reviewing the credentials of prospective members and then guiding the accepted initiates into further Freemasonhood.

Tyler, Freemasonry

Tyler, Freemasonry

Tyler was an ancient office, responsible for delivering summons to lodge meetings and acting as doorkeeper, which was particularly important for any Lodges meeting in a tavern. The Tyler also had a traditional role of representing poor and distressed freemasons.

This has led some anons and commentators to suspect that Project TYLER is a masonic honey-pot to collect the data-leaks and gatekeeper to attempt to identify leakers. This theory appears to be dispelled as the peer to peer network that TYLER is based on means there is no centralised storage of information and is transparent to everyone.  Freemasonry has a bad name on the interwebz. It is usually said to be behind every conspiracy in existence.  This situation has arisen for two main reasons. Firstly, the influence that freemasonry has had on the world has been significant. This is played down by lodges who prefer a low-key approach to their work. This has given credence to accusations of secrecy and plotting.

The other main reason for the misunderstanding is that like all noble institutions Freemasonry has been infiltrated by various nefarious groups who then alter its rituals to serve their own purposes.

There are also left and right hand paths, white and black lodges. These are then grouped together as one brotherhood according to the internet. And in a way everything in the universe is one.

This state of confusion with regards to freemasonry is illustrated by the fact that most of the founding fathers were masons so they find themselves as both the freedom fighters and dastardly global fascists simultaneously in the same play.

George Wasington lays the cornerstone of the U.S Capitol building in 1793

George Washington lays the cornerstone of the U.S Capitol building in 1793

A Declaration of teh independence of Cypherspace
In what is in effect a call for a second American revolution (or evolution) the Youtube video that announced Project Mayhem is extremely well produced. Obvious Fed is obvious? Or underestimating the diverse capability and nature of an evolving Anonymous movement?

The message of the video of itself is promoting openness, freedom, unity and love. Albeit with a need to bring down the old system first.

Project TYLER videos here and here

Softpedia gives the low-down:

The Anonymous hacktivist community has released a new video to reveal the initiation of TYLER, an operation part of Project Mayhem 2012.

“With censorship bills being passed and bills that attempt to rid us of our freedoms that this country was founded upon the time has now come to act. We have devised a plan to bring forth the final act of the evolution,” the digitized voice says.

TYLER is described by the hacktivists as a form of protest against the United States government and its Cybersecurity Act of 2012.

“We now call upon the top hacktivists, coders, crypto anarchists, cypher punks, Non-violent Civil Rights activists, Internet Censorship and Freedom of Speech activists everywhere to collaborate to jointly BRAINSTORM IDEAS to develop TYLER,” they explained.

“TYLER is a massively distributed and decentralized Wikipedia-style P2P cipherspace structure impregnable to censorship. TYLER will improve where Wikileaks could not. In other words TYLER will be a Wikileaks on steroids.”

The activists reveal that on the symbolic date of November 5, TYLER will be out of beta testing and in the timeframe between December 12 and December 21, 2012, it will be put to use.

During this time, everyone who supports the movement is advised to gather as much information as they can on illegality, fraud and corruption and upload it to the new service.

At the end of the video statement, Anonymous warns that TYLER is only a small part of Project Mayhem.

The name of this particular phase of Project Mayhem 2012, Tyler, is most likely inspired by Tyler Durden, the character played by Brad Pitt in the movie Fight Club from 1999. It appears that Durden’s attitude is one that’s considered to be appropriate for this operations and its success.


Whether Project Mayhem peters out into a damp squib or causes a breach of the matrix only time will tell. Whether it is malicious or a breath of fresh air remains to be seen. It depends on how the interwebz reacts to it and the robustness and usability and trust in the system that has been developed. The limited time-frame for the leaks and the obscurity of TYLER may be a problem as it would need to run and run and build trust in the internet community. It has been said to be a replacement for Wikileaks which is also an issue as not every anon agrees with this stance.

One thing seems certain though. The alchemical dialectic of the unstoppable force of Anonymous and the free internet versus the immovable object of the U.S Government and its Cyber Security apparatus will result in a cypher-space whereby all internet traffic is encrypted with virtually unbreakable keys. It will no longer remain economically viable (unless secret quantum computers are operational) to monitor everyone. Law Enforcement, as well as requiring warrants, will only be able to eavesdrop on specific targets. This is how things used to be before the surveillance grids were installed in atomic space as well as cyberspace.  This is how things should be.

George Washington in Freemasonry regalia

George Washington in Freemasonry regalia

Max Clifford: Guard Dog of the Stars

by 5ocietyx


Cerberus the Guard Dog of the Kingston Zodiac

Maxwell Frank Clifford was born in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey in 1943. Interestingly, although he grew up poor, his family survived financially partly due to his sister working at the time as PA to the London vice president of the Morgan Trust Bank.

PR fixer Clifford, 69,  lives in a £3m mansion in Walton-on-Thames. The town of Walton is situated on the tail of Cerberus, the guard dog of the Kingston Zodiac.

Burwood Park itself is situated just off the hind leg of the dog. This is the gated community where the Clifford residence is located.

Max Clifford's Surrey mansion

Max Clifford’s Surrey mansion

According to Clifford it’s a private gated estate with a golf course and a lake set in the grounds of one of the deer parks where Henry VIII would hunt with his dogs. Clifford also walks his dogs here. It’s fair to say that this is Clifford’s stomping ground. There are many people in Britain who would describe Max himself as a dog.

Clifford ticks all the right boxes to present himself as an upstanding member of society – visits to hospitals, children’s charity work including spin doctor for Children in Need, family man, friend of the stars etc.


Notable accomplishments in his career include:

Launching obscure A&R man Simon Cowell to super-stardom
Promoted Cliff Richard in his early days
Invented the ‘Freddie Starr ate my hamster’ headline for his client Freddie Starr
As well as a string of kiss and tell stories for a number of decades

But Max sees himself more of a PR man than a publicist now. He has said that 80% of what he does is protection – to prevent stories appearing in the papers rather than making them happen. A gatekeeper, the guard-dog to the constellations of stars.

He has always been quick to distance himself from peadophiles and has stated on numerous occasions that he would never cover-up for child abusers. He claims to have helped expose Gary Glitter and Jonathan King. When asked what motivated him he said he could not stand hypocrisy in public life, and reserves a particular disgust for lying politicians. However, he appeared to contradict these claims in a secretly filmed interview where he admitted to knowing his client Alan Clarke ‘interferred’ with 2 under-age girls, what Clifford described as ‘slightly serious’. Whether his admission was after it was made public has not as yet been ascertained.

Few details of the exclusive interview he gave the Metropolitan Police have been given and once again despite what we may think of Clifford his innocence has to be presumed. Having said that, every utterance from his mouth needs to be taken with a bucketful of salt.

Amidst all the intrigue of the past few weeks, we are at present keeping an open mind as to whether Clifford is the guard dog to the false matrix of ‘stars’ and has been covering for them all along or whether he is the fierce yet noble defender of the Kingston Zodiac, the town of his birth-place, a vast star temple mapped onto the west London area and its outskirts which we hypothesise is how the ancient Britons laid out their dwellings and travelling routes.

It is interesting to note that many of the ‘stars’ caught up in the ‘Savile, Savile and Others and Others’ scandal live or have lived in and around this area too.

The problem that Clifford now faces as he finds he himself to be the story in the full glare of the media is that he has admitted to being a professional liar. Despite his obvious media savvy credentials this could prove a major stumbling block for him as he mounts the PR campaign of his life…for himself.

Max Clifford's Surrey mansion

Max Clifford’s Surrey mansion

Will the Fed end in 2012?

by 5ocietyx

Federal Reserve Note

Federal Reserve Note

A theory circulating the interwebz suggests the charter the U.S Government granted the 12 private banks that run the Federal Reserve will expire on 22 12 2012.  This is because the maximum duration of a United States Government charter is 99 years before it needs to be renewed. The Federal Reserve Act was enacted in the Congress on 23 12 1913 as this was when most congressmen had already left Washington for Christmas holidays.

The poetic justice is almost too good to be true.  For this is the day after 21 12 2012, the date of the galactic alignment. On this occasion it seems that something that sounds too good to be true probably is.  The act runs in perpetuity unless the Congress abolishes it.

Section 31. Reservation of Right to Amend
1. Reservation of Right to Amend
The right to amend, alter, or repeal this Act is hereby expressly reserved.

The recently retired U.S Congressman Ron Paul is pushing for an audit of the Fed with the view to its controlled wind-down and abolishment but with time hurtling towards 2013 via that most auspicious of dates there doesn’t appear to be any open plans, at least within Congress, at this stage.

H.R.1207 – Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2009
To amend title 31, United States Code, to reform the manner in which the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System is audited by the Comptroller General of the United States and the manner in which such audits are reported, and for other purposes

However, as pointed out by Ron Paul and others, the value of the U.S dollar has declined on average 1 cent for every year of the Fed’s existence.  This trend suggests the dollar will become worthless in 2013.  With U.S taxpayers $16,313,784,836,446.66 in debt and rising, and with other nations forming blocs and drawing up plans to replace the dollar as the world’s reserve currency their days appear to be numbered.

The Federal Reserve Note also faces a challenge from precious metals:

Ron Paul believes that the first step towards monetary freedom is to allow open competition in currencies. Once gold and silver are allowed as legal tender and can be sold without sales tax, everyone can use them to store their wealth and to pay for the things they want to buy. The Federal Reserve will finally have a very compelling motivation to stay honest and maintain the value of the dollar because if they don’t, they will simply lose all their customers.

Helicopter Ben Bernanke

Helicopter Ben Bernanke

The reason for The Federal Reserve’s existence in the first place was to ‘stabilize the economy’.  Instead they have looted it. With Timothy Geithner and Helicopter Ben Bernanke printing paper measured in football pitches it is easy to see why Americans and the world are fast losing faith in the dollar. Once confidence in the system goes the confidence trick loses its power.

‘The Federal Reserve System is neither federal or a reserve, nor is it a system’


Jinn Witches of Britain

by 5ocietyx

three Scottish witches

The last person to be executed for witchcraft in the British Isles was named Janet Horne, and it was in Dornoch, Scotland in 1727 that she – along with her daughter – was convicted. The name Janet Horne, or Jenny Horne was a generic name at the time for a witch, so the actual name of the convicted woman may not have even been Janet Horne.

Lets take a look at the names Janet and Jenny. Both come from the name Jane. Janet comes from the French diminutive form of Jane, which is an affectionate version of a name given to a child or loved one. In French they add ‘Jan-ette’ to indicate the diminutive, and in the British Isles ‘Jane-y’ is used. So as well as Janet, here we also have a possible explanation for the origin of the name ‘Jenny’. Although, back then Jenny was pronounced ‘Jin-ee’, and it can be said this is a dialectic version of the name ‘Jane’, it is also an old name for an entity that we know today as a ‘Genie’.

The English word ‘Genie’ actually comes via the French ‘Génie’, which in turn comes from the Latin word ‘Genius’, which described a guardian spirit thought to be assigned to each person at birth. Ultimately this comes from the PIE root ‘Gen-‘, meaning ‘to produce’. The Arabic word ‘Jinn’ comes from the Arabic root ‘g-n-n’ which means ‘hide, conceal’. ‘Jinn’ means ‘those who are concealed’. It is the name given to a group of spirits who are said to cohabited Earth alongside Humans, but in another realm. The singular term is ‘Jinni’. The French translator of ‘The Book of One Thousand and One Nights’ used the word ‘Génie’ for the Arabic word ‘Jinni’ because he felt it was so similar in meaning and sound.

There is no known link between the roots of these two words, yet both so obviously describe the same phenomenon, a spirit form that is not the Anima, but is still in some way important to the Human experience. Perhaps the Scottish word ‘Jenny’ was in fact an older word too – not an English or Arabic one at all – but a much more ancient indigenous name for someone with a dark, malevolent spirit attached to them. Could all three have ‘coincidentally’ picked the exact same phonetic and descriptive word for this adversary?

The name Horne however still alludes our research. But i think its fair to say we have a good contender for why the name Jenny was used to describe a witch in 16th Century Britain.


Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Names

The ITU logo and the mythological thunderbolt

by 5ocietyx

ITU logo

ITU logo

The ITU logo appears to have been knocked together  in an early version of Power-point using clip-art which we guess is a cheaper option than paying brand consultants £100,000’s. It features the globe tilted what appears to be 23 degrees on its orbital axis.

The red lightning bolts would appear to represent electricity. has an in-depth study of the thunder/lightning bolt symbol and from what we can ascertain they suggest it isn’t a representation of lightning bolts at all but rather plasma weaponry or plasma ejections from planetary bodies. Early thunderbolt iconography represented weaponry of the gods rather than natural phenomena:

A thunderstorm is a remarkable, often terrifying event.

So it’s not surprising that few scholars have paused to wonder about the prominent role of lightning in ancient mythology.

Archaic images of huge lightning gods roaring in the heavens, or of celestial armies hurling lightning across the sky will appear perfectly “understandable.” Thus, students of folklore assure us that, through the primitive logic of the lightning myths, our early ancestors sought to describe one of the more frightening aspects of everyday life.

This common supposition is unfortunate, however, because it has prevented even the most discerning comparative mythologists from seeing the underlying patterns, none of which describes the phenomenon familiar to us.

As strange as it may seem, all of the most common lightning motifs speak of things never observed in our time.


The obscure ITU claims to have made everything from satellites to the internet possible by bringing together state bureaucrats to agree treaties and standards on how the world will interact with each other.

According to Wikipedia

The International Telecommunication Union, previously the International Telegraph Union, is the specialized agency of the United Nations which is responsible for information and communication technologies. ITU coordinates the shared global use of the radio spectrum, promotes international cooperation in assigning satellite orbits, works to improve telecommunication infrastructure in the developing world and establishes worldwide standards.

They are currently reconvening in Dubai, that bastion of freedom, to rethink the 1988 treaty on the powers of governments on the internet and the powers the ITU hope to invest in themselves.

The ITU assume they own the internet. The only involvement they should have is to help build the meat-space infrastructure in developing nations where appropriate. Everything else should be abstracted away ftom their grasp as they are very much a part of the ‘weary giant of flesh and steel’. The closed shop conferences are attended by government representatives only. The public, internet companies,  and other standards bodies are frozen out of the decision making process and are not even allowed to see the results of secret ballots.

In doing so they defy the spirit of the internet which is open and inclusive, decentralized and uncensored. It is a shame they didn’t call themselves the International Communications Union or ‘ICU’ or ‘I See You’ as their plans for more governmental control of the internet including by nations such as China, Russia, Iran and others is very much a part of the Big Brother control grid and scientific dictatorship.

While attention is now focused on the WCIT 12 meeting, the ITU have already agreed to adopt a Chinese proposal at a related meeting also in Dubai called  WTSA 12 to eavesdrop on internet traffic. The Y.2770 standard will allow governments and ISPs to access not only ip headers of packets but their contents too using deep packet inspection.

According to c|net among other things

‘network operators will be able to identify “embedded digital watermarks in MP3 data,” discover “copyright protected audio content,” find “Jabber messages with Spanish text,” or “identify uploading BitTorrent users.” Jabber is also known as XMPP, an instant messaging protocol.


ITU: Storm clouds gathering across the interwebz

Wherever governments poke their noses into, taxes, censorship and centralized control are sure to follow as night follows day. They cannot help themselves and need to constantly find things for themselves to do.

The ‘lightning/thunder bolt’ symbol has been used by a rogues gallery of characters ranging from Sir Oswald Mosley’s BUF, the SS, Harry Potter, Lady Gaga, Marilyn Manson, KISS and others.

BUF logo

BUF logo

Schutzstaffel symbol

Schutzstaffel symbol

Oblique Sig Rune as used in Nazi occultism

Oblique Sig Rune as used in Nazi occultism

Marilyn Manson logo

Marilyn Manson logo
Lady Gaga logo

Lady Gaga logo

KISS logo

KISS logo

ACDC logo

ACDC logo

Harry Potter logo

Harry Potter logo

London’s forgotten Arcadia

by 5ocietyx

Richmond hill

Sunset on Richmond Hill. photo 5ocietyx

By the 17th century the region had become a haven for artists, philosophers, mystics and kings. They settled here, inspired by romantic vistas and the promise of a cultured, disease free life. A century later their King erected a Meridian down the centre of the River Thames. Curiously, it appears to have been positioned in such a way as to commemorate the rivers most sacred landmarks, symbolically intersecting them, joining them together in a sacred landscape they called Arcadia.

From the thought provoking andrew gough’s arcadia

Richmond Hill

Richmond Hill. photo 5ocietyx

“Trams and dusty trees.
Highbury bore me. Richmond and Kew
Undid me. By Richmond I raised my knees
Supine on the floor of a narrow canoe.”
The Wasteland, T.S Eliot

Folly, Ham

Folly, Ham. photo 5ocietyx

Ham House, Ham

Ham House, Ham. photo 5ocietyx

Old Isleworth

Old Isleworth. photo 5ocietyx

Richmond Hill @ sunset

Richmond Hill @ sunset. photo 5ocietyx

Meaning of the name ‘Heinrich Himmler’

by 5ocietyx

Heinrich Himmler

Heinrich Himmler

Heinrich Luitpold Himmler  7 October 1900–23 May 1945) was Reichsführer of the Schutzstaffel (SS), a military commander, and a leading member of the Nazi Party (NSDAP) of Nazi Germany. Nazi leader Adolf Hitler later appointed him Commander of the Replacement (Home) Army and General Plenipotentiary for the entire Reich’s administration (Generalbevollmächtigter für die Verwaltung). Himmler was one of the most powerful men in Nazi Germany and one of the persons most directly responsible for the Holocaust.

Heinrich is a given name of Germanic origin and cognate of “Henry”.

Henry masc. proper name, from Fr. Henri, from L.L. Henricus, from Ger. Heinrich, from O.H.G. Heimerich, lit. “the ruler of the house,” from heim “home” + rihhi “ruler.” One of the most popular Norman names after the Conquest.

Last name origin & meaning:

German: topographic name for someone living at a high altitude or in a pleasant place (see Himmel), the suffix -er denoting an inhabitant.

Read more on FamilyEducation

So we can deduce that the name ‘Heinrich Himmler’ means ‘one who rules the homeland (or fatherland) from a lofty height’. So when Himmler met Hitler in the Kehlsteinhaus in his role as Commander of the Home Army and later on the Reichsführer-SS, nominative determinism seems to have played a part.

If you include his middle name of ‘Luitpold’ which derives from ‘Leopold’ which means ‘bold people’ then it becomes ‘one who rules the homeland of bold people from a lofty height’. Yep, sounds like Nazi Germany alright.

Perhaps the reason there has been 9 kings of England named ‘Henry’ is because the royal houses were encoding the meaning in the name like a self-referential meta-tagged holographic cryptogram. Kind of like ‘King King’.

Crypto-Smasher V3.10 and the black cube of Saturn

by 5ocietyx


Crypto-Smasher V3.10

Crypto-Smasher V3.10 appears in John Hughes’ Weird Science when Gary and Wyatt hack into military networks in order to have enough computational power to create their ideal woman. Ridiculous, we know, even with today’s technology, but we noticed Crypto-Smasher took the form of the black cube and hexagon. They enter a sprawling 16bit version of cyberspace via the black cube that morphs into a hexagon.  A whirlpool vortex even makes an appearance within the black cube.



Decode path: 1111


Decode path: 1111


whirpool vortex appears in black hexagon-cube


Golden ring clock-face, rings and time are symbolic of Saturn


The Tardis

by 5ocietyx

The current TARDIS seen at BBC TV Centre ©

The current TARDIS seen at BBC TV Centre ©

The Doctor’s TARDIS — sometimes called the Ship by the First Doctor, and most often known simply as the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space) — was the Doctor’s primary means of transport. It was capable of travelling through space and time. The Doctor voyaged in his vessel from the Big Bang to the end of the universe in the year 100 trillion.

The craft was prone to a number of technical faults, ranging from depleted resources to malfunctioning controls to a simple inability to arrive at the proper time or location.

However, because the TARDIS was a living being, these “faults” may have instead been at least partially attributed to the manifestation of the Ship’s free will; in other words, she could have actively intended to only appear unreliable. Indeed, the TARDIS herself once told the Eleventh Doctor that she deliberately refused to take him where he wanted to go, so as to take him where he needed to go.


The language of flowers

by 5ocietyx

The language of flowers

The language of flowers

The language of flowers, sometimes called floriography , was a Victorian-era means of communication in which various flowers and floral arrangements were used to send coded messages, allowing individuals to express feelings which otherwise could not be spoken. This language was most commonly communicated through tussie-mussies (small flower bouquets), an art which has a following today.


The nuances of the language are now mostly forgotten, but red roses still imply passionate, romantic love and pink roses a lesser affection; white roses suggest virtue and chastity and yellow roses still stand for friendship or devotion. Also commonly known meanings are sunflowers, which can indicate either haughtiness or respect – they were the favourite flower of St. Julie Billiart for this reason.

Inevitably there are geographic variances.


The language of flowers

The language of flowers

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