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    Default Apocalypse soon? The interesting story of 'Commander Z'

    I don't usually post things like this — there are 101 silly scare stories and predictions all over the net — but this one got my attention.

    This is about a guy with the Marvel-Comics-like moniker of Commander Z.

    Do listen to this interview with Mal Fabregas, just a week ago:



    It's quite a story. The guy first came to attention when he accurately tweeted this year's Superbowl score... two days before the game.



    He then released a book:


    I've not read the book yet, but I intend to. The interview with Fabregas is fascinating... not with him, but with someone who'd been in close touch with him, Royce Christyn.

    One compelling correlation for me personally was the similarity with The Anglo-Saxon Mission, which many readers will know about, and which I'm convinced was authentic testimony.
    'Commander Z' only communicates by Tweet, and that's all here:
    And a PDF of that, so far (a very long one!) is here:
    Members' thoughts might be interesting. I don't think this is 100% necessarily pure fiction.
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    Default Re: Apocalypse soon? The interesting story of 'Commander Z'

    Quote Do listen to this interview with Mal Fabregas, just a week ago:
    I'm listening to Veritas vids and will get to this one on your recommendation Bill.
    I just posted a thread with Mal speaking to Jimmy Church which I found interesting.
    But it did remind me of his vids which I listened to weekly , as with Red Ice a few
    years ago. Since then there has been information overload for good or bad and
    its sometimes difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff, especially with all the
    different interpretation and views.

    Re: Fade 2 Black.708...'Host 2 Host'..with Mel Fabragas ( Veritas)....
    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...gas---Veritas-....
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    Default Re: Apocalypse soon? The interesting story of 'Commander Z'

    This reeks of dis info, the guy being interviewed confesses to having never met Commander Z face to face.

    Would you go out on a limb and be the face man for a story such as this if you never met the guy? He also refers to Commander Z as his friend. It makes no sense.

    Additionally, this commander Z is supposed to be the best remote viewer in the black ops world. If this were so he would be highly connected in the intelligence world. So why would he choose to have an unknown TV actor with no legitimate geopolitical, or exopolitical credentials be his mouthpiece?

    The speaker, Royce Christyn has acted on Tv shows who's stars are clearly programmed multiples. Zoey 101 (Jamie Lynn Spears), Brittany's sister, and Wizards of Waverly Place (Selena Gomez)

    Royce Christyn is most likely a programmed multiple himself or is at least highly suggestible.
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    Default Re: Apocalypse soon? The interesting story of 'Commander Z'

    I agree with bearcow, very suspicious. I mean at 22 minutes in, did he say China would be the initiator of the nuclear war? Seriously? That defies all reason, it'd be more believable to hear Corey Goode and his crew of blue avians being initiators of a nuclear war, for China to start it would be suicide. Everyone outside of the U.S.A, who've been watching the coup against Trump unfold and the geopolitical shifts taking place around the rest of the world, realises that the only people desperate to start a nuclear war are the neocon crazies in Washington. China are masters of the long game, reserved and patient, it's highly unlikely they'd be drawn into making such a desperate move.

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    Default Re: Apocalypse soon? The interesting story of 'Commander Z'

    I'm at a loss for words really, after listening to that.

    Adrian, sorry, CommanderZ has fallen well short in his pick of a media representative. If that was Royce's best effort at getting over crucial information for humanity, then it's an epic fail. There were/are just enough hooks at the beginning of this 'testimony' to bend the ear, but beyond that, woeful.

    I'm sorry, but that's a thumb's down from me.

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    I was fool enough to buy the book. Probably the most outstanding BS is the idea that in the 1800s people lived well past 100. This implies that all tombstones and records have been altered to show a shorter lifespan. The second piece of baloney is that we had an advanced technology that resembled the Steam Punk culture, based on steam energy. There is no proof of this because, of course, all library records have been changed. A third piece of BS is that our singular gift, as humans, is to tell the future. Although we can make good Remote Viewing guesses, that is not, IMO. our strength. Our strength is our manifestation ability and unpredictability, i.e. creativity which has heretofore been kept under restraint.

    I also have problems with the presentation. Why is it presented in an interview? I believe it is to lend it credence that it wouldn't otherwise have. I think the actor hired to front it is part of the psyop.

    What was the purpose of this book? A test balloon? Or sheer fear porn? Since I believe creativity and manifestation are our strengths, I believe this was a half-a**ed attempt to short-circuit manifestation out of the matrix by attracting fringe manifesters to a fear-based fantasy.

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    Quote Posted by Marikins (here)
    Probably the most outstanding BS is the idea that in the 1800s people lived well past 100. This implies that all tombstones and records have been altered to show a shorter lifespan. The second piece of baloney is that we had an advanced technology that resembled the Steam Punk culture, based on steam energy.
    Right. I had to rewind the interview to make sure I'd heard those correctly.

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    I think it depends, but is unlikely true. I believe a moment of true love today is input that God uses to plant gifts of that in the future and when those gifts have been set by God, there is nothing anyone can do about that, because it has priority, it has to happen, a series of events need to unfold because they need to lead to God's gift's of love. I believe it is very important to understand that when you love it shapes the future accordingly. Your love impacts everything much more than you think.

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    Whitelove:

    Quote Your love impacts everything much more than you think.
    All hail to that. Thank you for that most timely reminder.

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    Default Re: Apocalypse soon? The interesting story of 'Commander Z'

    I wouldn´t know if he is telling the truth or not. But so far he stopped twitting and disappeared. Why is that? Where did he get the superbowl results from? Answering this question might determine if he is an insider or an independent journalist.

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    The idea that the mantids only appeared around 1900 seems to contradict the ufo info that predates this. For instance, the evidence for negative alien/outsider involvement is evident in the descriptions of napoleon's invasion of moscow in the early 1800's where witness discriptions tell of an explosion and survivor illnesses that were the same as a nuclear bomb. Also, descriptions of events in the Vedas tell of epic airship battles. The final fall of Atlantis itself shows the marks of a prior human civilization that became dominated by evil, with likely alien input.

    Some would say that the development of the global society has followed a script, that most countries have control mechanisms in place, like masonry and religions, that developed several hundred years, or longer, before 1900, showing an insidious design that well predates the timeline suggested by commander z.

    This book and interview are cleverly using info already out there, true or not, about cloning, nanobots, stock market manipulations, trump's unexpected election victory, etc. The way this is presented, as aptly pointed out in other posts in this thread, make it less believable. A second party delivering the message in the interview, and the book narrative being an 'interview', hamstrings this tale. It is entertaining to some extent, though.
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    Default Re: Apocalypse soon? The interesting story of 'Commander Z'

    We should be mindful of what state of mind we create when it comes to rumours of nuclear war. Our consciousnesses are very powerful tools that can be manipulated if we put our guard down.
    I haven't listened yet but I plan to. Nailing the super bowl final score is interesting indeed. Apparently this guy is a remote viewer as well.

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    Default Re: Apocalypse soon? The interesting story of 'Commander Z'

    Thanks Bill, I also would not normally entertain these types of messages but I do so now for the following reason.

    The link here, http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...EN-WAITING-FOR is a testimony if true, changes everything in my opinion. I had not looked forward to hearing a testimony like this ever.

    If technology such as ‘voice to skull’, hive mind, behavioral modification, remote neural monitoring and control is operational then … IT IS OVER!

    If our loved ones, priests, teachers, judges, peace keepers, politicians, authority figures … ME… can be compromised at any time for any reason then there is no point of this experiment to continue. Because the inevitable end is to funnel life into a predictable program run by a few. Creativity will only exist within a small box. Some will say that exists now but this technology cements it in place for all our future. The wondrous unknown of human potential is erased. That is not life … or at least not life that I wish to be a part of.

    Nuclear armageddon? Dunno. But it is not any worse than having lost control of the last sanctuary of freedom I have … my own mind.

    Then again … nuclear armageddon might look the same to a remote viewer seeing the remains of an earth having undergone a kind of mitosis… with the archonic powers the proud custodians of a dead planet and Sophia, the Mother of Life, moving her children to sanctuary.
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    Default Re: Apocalypse soon? The interesting story of 'Commander Z'

    I think folks are jumping the gun here.
    Almost all disease occurring in the 1800's and before were the result of starvation induced weakness in the immune system's capability.
    Mankind routinely would starve before the advent of the McCormick reaper which gained widespread use in 1850 or so.
    These periods of starvation, which would occur during the lean cold months would bring about massive outbreaks of disease that a healthy well nourished person would have never succumbed to in the first place.
    With the rise in modern plumbing, clean water and food production the lifespan of the human being may very well have reached 150 or so if you imagine a world free of carcinogens, pollutions and vaccines. I think this is what they are inferring in the interview.




    I applaud Bill for having the guts to bring up this kind of testimony knowing full well what it's reception would probably be.
    I get the same reaction every time I discuss my personal opinion on what is coming.
    For the record my personal opinion on what is coming mirror very much what Commander Z is talking about.
    I'm of the opinion we need to worry less about WHO is trying to kill us and understand that they are indeed TRYING TO KILL US.
    The Depopulation agenda is in full swing and about to be implemented on a world wide scale.
    I've always been of the opinion that the agenda will be implemented by a bunch of rich guys who want the world that is currently dying to live past it's present expiration date so as their offspring can carry on their name.
    I personally think it is that simple.


    For folks living in the United States, I've triangulated three unconnected sources which offer the same opinion, even if they've never heard of one another.
    Edgar Cayce, John Titor and John Moore.
    I'm of the opinion that the safest place to live in the United States given the circumstances we are discussing here, would be the state of Nebraska.
    Nebraska has no major city worthy of a nuclear strike.
    Further more Nebraska is one of the absolute greatest US states in terms of food production. If one state could escape the Mad Max scenario, I believe Nebraska could be it.
    Nebraska is listed by both Edgar Cayce and John Titor as a place where civilization exists after it fails everywhere else.
    I will stop there.
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    Default Re: Apocalypse soon? The interesting story of 'Commander Z'

    An hour wasted....

    ...there maaay be some small value for the ignorant but I don't feel it would resonate well with them or hold their attention. For those who are familiar with general conspiracy theory what was presented was weak and thin.

    Remote viewing
    Mantis alien overlords
    Cloning leaders
    Nanobots in the brain
    Market collapse 2017-2018
    China starts nuclear war
    Pedophile agenda advances by normalizing homosexuality first
    Radio waves dumbing us down
    ...and steampunk? Seriously!!!??

    Much more thorough and credulous information available elsewhere on each topic.
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    This man is a disinformant, I am afraid. The most suspicious part is precisely that got our attention on him – he was able to predict a match score.

    Isn’t this the ploy of so many disinformants, to make a correct prediction to attract attention and then never be right again. Remember the unknown girl who predicted 311 then scared many with a few great quake predictions? C. High is also quite good at this, making correct but insignificant predictions, and always wrong when you bet on his financial scaremongering? You may ask how they could have known these, however small things to happen. Easy, as some insider says, the best way to predict the future is to create it.

    For a real whistleblower who is constantly running for his life, taking time to make a sports prediction is an extravagance (so is writing a book). On the other hand, we know TPTB are pretty good in fixing sports matches, besides fixing world markets.
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    Quote Posted by DNA (here)
    I applaud Bill for having the guts to bring up this kind of testimony knowing full well what it's reception would probably be.
    Thank you!

    Two things had captured my attention:
    1. The prediction of the Superbowl score. (A little hard to explain!)
    2. The correlation with The Anglo Saxon Mission (and other similar plausible material I've encountered).
    I've NOT read the book, but I actually would like to.

    If anyone comes across other interviews done by Royce Christyn, please do post them — not to promote the story, but just because it's more research information about all this.

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    Thanks Bill. Just watched the video above just now on Commander Z, then ordered the book plus a book I have intended to buy for a while, Alien World Order. They will both take a month or so from the U.S.

    Dr David Jacobs says in an interview that he thought the alien abductions began about 1930, which is not far off.

    Carol Rosin, says that she did a whole presentation without knowing the presentation content, while I think Wernher Von Braun lay in his hospital bed (or something like that), and she was up in front of an audience, or journalists, anyway, she did not know anything about the subject, but Von Braun used tech then where she could hear his voice clearly in her head, way back then, and she did the presentation, repeating what he said. So I assume that is, voice to skull. And yes, there is the alleged whistle blower podcasts recently shared this week on Avalon, regarding voice to skull tech being experimented on humans.

    Yes, remote viewing could see into the future, no problem by someone skilled at it. Probable future anyway, at that moment in time., as would forward progression done properly.

    An EMP attack or our electronics knocked out by specific solar activity coming our way would also be very effective, but perhaps not fit so well with their plan.

    Not good, no matter which way you look at it.
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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)

    Two things had captured my attention:
    1. The prediction of the Superbowl score. (A little hard to explain!)
    2. The correlation with The Anglo Saxon Mission (and other similar plausible material I've encountered).
    Of course, if this was deep state disinfo, and not genuine whistle blower information, then the deep state would undoubtably know how to post foot ball scores to Twitter and time stamp them with a fake date.

    Let me guess that there are many who take information like this into account on their stock market investments, and plenty of disinfo is posted in the conspiracy realm so that investors switch out of stocks to bonds, when it is in fact the bond market that is really going to experience a planned crash.

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    Default Re: Apocalypse soon? The interesting story of 'Commander Z'

    As suggested above, if commander z is not the straight arrow he claims, and he actually serves the evil 'black hats' (i like how he tries to twist that term around!), and the black ops can see the future sometimes, or they can fix the super bowl results, then that could explain why commander z could get the score right in advance.

    And, by the way, Lloyd Pye's starchild (dna analysis shows human mother and the rest unseen before, ie. alien) is an eight hundred year old physical evidence that abductions have been going on for eons, not since the early 1900s.

    The assertion that humans lived two hundred years before the twentieth century is absurd. We know that parts of the historical records have been faked or omitted, but this assertion has no basis in any account i have ever read.

    Although i like some of Edgar Casey's naturopathic readings, his predictions have by far been abject failures, so using him as a basis for measuring the accuracy of another prediction holds no water, imho.

    The Anglo Saxon Mission is an interesting tale, and the depopulation agenda has been confirmed from many sources, however the timetable for that plan is already ten years expired. So the similarity of that story line with commander z's may be because it comes from the same fear mongering source.

    Even though i have no doubt that the highest tech black ops have the means to depopulate the world right now, such as with biotech germs or nanotech, or as evidenced by the dustifying of the twin towers, they have not done so. They dont need a nuclear war to kill most of us off. I dont know why they havent pulled the trigger. Tptb seem to like to toy with the public, and play extensive mind games with the truth movement. They may not be so crazy to want to risk their own destruction by releasing something that could cause serious long term biospheric damage (ie. nuke war) or mutate to turn on everyone (ie. see the virus narrative in 'War for Planet of the Apes'). So perhaps tptb have to settle for manipulating markets, playing psyop chess and playing captain kirk with the ssp. I think commander z's account is in this vein.

    In the meantime, we have to hope that a majority of tptb grow a conscience, and rejoin the human race to help raise us out of this mess.

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