April 23, 2017
Finally, someone intelligent and brave enough to post the real story.
19 October 2016 by Christine Lo
Read the full article: http://okhereisthesituation.com/2016/10/conspiracy-theorist-max-spiers/Thirty-nine-year-old Conspiracy theorist Max Spiers died on July 16th, 2016 in Warsaw, Poland under rather suspicious circumstances.
Max was a self-proclaimed Super Soldier, and Satanic Ritual Abuse victim.
Of course the term ‘Super Soldier’ connotes images of a super human–someone with God-like strength and abilities. But this is not really what the term means according to Max.
In the book The Men Who Stare at Goats, Welsh journalist Jon Ronson documented the how the U.S. military was trying to create these soldiers capable of parascientific combat techniques like remote viewing, astral projections, and mind reading.
Max and his foe and fellow Super Soldier James Casbolt assert that these fantastic claims are actually true. In fact the two have made a career out of extrapolating on the claims–regaling us with stories about being programmed with black magic, torture, technology, etc.
In fact both Max and James acquired a cult following of fans who were enthralled with their tales of epic battles on the physical and astral plane and on wild conspiracies regarding very famous and powerful people in a war over who would control humanity.
So who was conspiracy theorist Max Spiers?
Max claimed that he was involved in project mannequin along with James Casbolt in the UK which is an extension of the NAZI uberman projects — an effort to create a a super human warrior and breeder–that he had been involved with this since birth through his parents.
Max also said he was connected with the Montauk Project and time travel and manipulation–interesting in light of all of the recent events with CERN and shifting timelines.
Max was more sensitive than James. He was a little nervous and awkward, yet somehow extraordinarily charismatic whenever he spoke.
He never tried to hide the fact that he had multiple personalities. He mentioned it many times. I sort of felt it was a warning to his audience. The kind, charismatic Max that he always presented in interviews was only one aspect of Max.
There were others. The Alpha Max insisted he would never murder anyone, yet at other times he conceded that he had alters capable of real evil.
Thanks to Aug Tellez at: https://augtellez.wordpress.com