9/11 Rogue Networks

Hidden Finance, Rogue Networks, and Secret Sorcery: The Fascist International, 9/11, and Penetrated Operations by Joseph P. Farrell. Pic by M.C.

I want to take a moment to pause for September 11, 2001 attacks on American soil when 2,977 lives were lost. This 9/11 post will be shorter than my posts from the last two years.

I decided to read Hidden Finance, Rogue Networks, and Secret Sorcery: The Fascist International, 9/11, and Penetrated Operations by Joseph P. Farrell to potentially share here. A large chunk of the book talks about three networks involved that ominous day.

Level one involves the “Islamic fundamentalist patsies,” flying airplanes into buildings under the direction of level two masters. Time is spent on Mohamed Atta and his criminal past. He kills kittens and curses God and possibly worked for Mossad and many other organizations/people that make him sound like he was serving more than one master. He doesn’t sound devout to any God.

Level two masters seem to be within the American command structure. Here President G. W. Bush and Vice President Cheney seemed to know about the military and government exercises and that “terrorists” were going to crash planes. But it seems that the Twin Towers coming down was not the intention. Supposedly, the goal was to create a false flag event to get America into war in the Middle East to secure its energy reserves and to destroy financial crimes. Apparently, there was a hidden system of finance that was used to bring down the Soviet Union.

Level three seems to be a “global network” and a “rogue network within a rogue network.” This part sounds like the JFK assassination where there were people from different sides within organizations and governments from various countries. In fact, the name Allen Dulles comes up. (Of course, he wasn’t alive in 2001, but the Deep State aspects are there.) How we know there was a level three of some kind? One clue is that someone called the White House switch board and said, “Angel is next.” “Angel,” was the code name for Air Force One. Dr. Farrell theorizes that level three’s actions indicated that they were severing ties with level two.

As I read I could see the different levels of criminals stabbing each other in the back like in a movie. Dr. Farrell has a way of connecting the dots like no one else. I can even hear his incredulous laugh. He’s a history nerd and can make any historical event fascinating. You can be entertained and enlightened by Dr. Farrell on his Giza Death Star website.

Happy Vegan!

Past 9/11 Posts
2020 Post-Nineteen Years
2021 Post-Solving 9-11

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Copyright 2022 Melissa Crismon

GF Vegan Oatmeal Cookies

My Bitchin’ Gluten Free Vegan Oatmeal Cookies. Pic by M.C.

In the 80s we ate oatmeal cookies. It seemed like my mom made then once a week. The Old-fashioned Oatmeal Cookies recipe is from my mom’s 1960s Betty Crocker cookbook. I couldn’t tell you which one. There are a lot of versions of the cookbook. I took the recipe and made these bitchin’ gluten free and vegan oatmeal cookies.

I remember using the sifter with the flour for my mom. I didn’t sift the rice flour for this recipe. I don’t even have a sifter. I found that Bob’s Red Mill sweet white rice flour wasn’t very grainy.

I am telling you the specific ingredients I used so that the cookies come out the same. Don’t skip simmering the raisins. The raisin water makes the cookies tasty and moist.

GF VEGAN OATMEAL COOKIES
1 cup raisins, Trader Joe’s organic Thompson seedless
1 cup water, filtered not tap
3/4 cup vegan butter, miyoko’s
1 1/2 cups organic brown coconut sugar, Big Tree Farms
2 egg replacers, Ener-G, recipe below
1 tsp. organic vanilla extract, Flavorganics
2 1/2 cups sweet white rice flour, Bob’s Red Mill
1/2 tsp. baking powder, Bob’s Red Mill
1 tsp. soda, Bob’s Red Mill
1 tsp. sea salt, Trader Joe’s fine crystals
1 tsp. cinnamon, Trader Joe’s
1/2 tsp. cloves, Sprouts
2 cups gluten free old-fashioned rolled oats from bulk
1/2 cup walnut pieces
1/4-1/2 cup chocolate chips, Enjoy Life semi-sweet mini chips

Egg Replacer for Two Eggs:
3 tsp. Ener-G Egg Replacer
4 Tbsp. warm water
Warm water in a kettle for about one minute. If the water gets too hot, let it cool. Beat the replacer and water until they are creamed.

Yield: 36 cookies

Directions:
Simmer raisins and water in saucepan over low heat until raisins are plump, 25 minutes. Drain raisin liquid into measuring cup. Add enough water to make 1/2 cup. Heat oven to 400°. Cream butter and sugar. Make egg replacer. Add egg replacer and vanilla to butter and sugar. Stir in raisin liquid. Stir in flour, baking powder, soda, salt, and spices. Add rolled oats, nuts, and raisins. Drop rounded teaspoonfuls about 2” apart onto parchment paper covered baking sheet. Bake 8-10 minutes. I do not wait ’til they are golden brown.

You’re really going to love these oatmeal cookies. I want to make some now.

Happy Vegan!

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