Following the Money & Influence – Part 1 The Ways We Were Kept Asleep ~ Addictions

My work and research is leading me down the path of uncovering how the new historical narrative was created and implemented, and the process of how the original history was deconstructed and reconstructed into a new narrative.

I think the positive, life-enhancing planetary grid system was reverse- engineered into a control system.

By following money and influence, the true picture of what has taken place here emerges.

I am going to take a three-post detour from the series I just started involving the San Francisco alignment in order to get this information out sooner rather than later.

I believe up until a couple of hundred years ago, we were on the very positive and advanced Human timeline of the ancient Moorish Civilization.

At that time, which I believe took place between 1740 and 1741 in our current timeline, negative parasitic and opportunistic beings deliberately created the conditions for a liquefaction event which resulted in what is being called the mud flood, wiped out the original civilization, and these negative beings were able to incarnate and be on earth human physical forms. They invented their new timeline based on the existing physical infrastructure and original history. 

I believe the causal event of the mud flood was connected to the Great Frost of Ireland in 1740 and 1741. During this time in Ireland,  there was an almost two-year period of extremely cold, enduring weather in Ireland, killing hundreds of thousands of people. 

The cause is not known and this information is in the historical record, but kept pretty much out of sight.

This was labelled as a photograph of Kansas City before the 1870s…

…and this one in Pittsburgh in the early 1900s.

They took copious liberties with the true history and gave us their version of history with them in it.

If my date of 1740 – 1741 for the main causal event is correct, and the new reset timeline officially started in the mid-1850s, there would have been a little over 100-years to set the stage for the “New World” so to speak, and to dig out enough infrastructure to re-start civilization. 

The existing infrastructure of earth was remarkably similar and geometrically-aligned in diverse places, like at the Fort de la Bastille at Grenoble, in Southern France…

…Fort Jefferson on Dry Tortugas State Park west of Key West in the Florida Keys, only accessible by ferry or boat, and the largest brick masonry structure with 16 million bricks in the United States, said to have been built between 1845 and 1861…

…the doors of Pueblo Bonito in Chaco Canyon in northern New Mexico…

…and the Cisternerne, or The Cisterns, in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Now a museum, The Cisterns are located underground beneath Frederiksberg Hill in Sondermarken Park. This is the above-ground entrance to it.

This is a good segue into places where people could have lived until the surface of the earth became habitable once again. There are extensive networks of underground infrastructure including, but not limited to underground cities and subway tunnels, all over the world.

For example, I studied Budapest, Hungary for my blog post “Going Deep into Underground Rail Systems.” I found out that Budapest is called the “Capital City of Underground Wonders,” with places like the Kobanya Cellar System…

…and, like The Cisterns in Copenhagen, Buda Castle is situated on a hill, called Castle Hill. It was the historical palace and castle complex of the Hungarian Kings…

…and has extensive underground passages in what is called a labyrinth.

This is what is found in “The Crowned Head and the Ottoman Alley” underneath Buda Castle.

I find it to be extremely odd…and noteworthy. It looks more like a petrified head, covered up to the nose and ears by mud, than an intentional work of art.

So how were we put, and kept, asleep?

This is a big, multi-layered subject, but in this post I am going to focus primarily on the intentional creation and promotion of addictions..

An addiction is a compulsive, chronic, physiological or psychological need for a habit-forming substance, behavior, or activity having harmful effects.

My starting point will be John Molson. I ran into him a while back when I was researching railroads. All the information I am presenting is found in the historical narrative we have been given.

John Molson was born in England in 1763. He became a brewer and entrepreneur in colonial Quebec and Lower Canada.

In addition to being given the credit for financing the first public railway in Canada, the Champlain & St. Lawrence Railway, chartered in 1832 and built in 1835…

…he founded Molson Brewery in 1786 in Montreal…

…financed the first steamship built in North America in 1809, “The Accommodation…”

…and was President of the Bank of Montreal.

John Molson was said to have been orphaned at the age of 8, when first his father died, then his mother two years later. He lived with various guardians until he left England for Montreal, Quebec in 1782 at the age of 18. This is a 1761 map of the “Isles of Montreal.”

After his arrival in Montreal, he moved in with a brewer, Thomas Loyd, and shortly thereafter became a partner of the brewery. At the age of 21, he took over the brewery completely.

Soon Molson’s beer was in high demand, which was said to have appealed to different classes of Montreal Society, with customers increasing every day.

Between 1788 and 1800, his business quickly grew into one of the larger ones in Lower Canada, having sold 30,000 gallons, or 113,500-liters, of beer by 1791.

As his wealth grew, he started branching out into financing other interests, like the railroad and the steamship.

He was appointed the Provincial Grand Master of the District Freemasonic Lodge of Montreal by the Duke of Sussex in 1826, a position he held for five years before resigning in 1831.

He died in 1836, and was interred in the Molson Mausoleum…

…in the Mount Royal Cemetery.

The Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. This is a post card of it from the 1930s.

Today the company employs over 30,000 people, and operates twelve breweries in the United States.

The Busch Entertainment Corporation, which was founded in 1959, became SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment in 2009 with its sale to the Blackstone Group, an American multinational private equity, asset management, and financial services firm based in New York City.

It was founded as the Bavarian Brewery in 1852 by George Schneider, but financial problems forced him to sell the brewery to various owners during the late 1850s, one of which Eberhard Anheuser, a prosperous German-American soap and candle-maker. The name became E. Anheuser & Company in 1860.

A wholesaler who had immigrated from Germany to St. Louis in 1857, Adolphus Busch, became Eberhard Anheuser’s son-in-law in 1861.

He was the twenty-first of twenty-two children in a family that did well financially selling winery and brewery supplies in Mainz-Kastel in Wiesbaden, in Germany’s State of Hesse.

After serving in the Union Army during the American Civil War for six months, Adolphus Busch returned to St. Louis and began working for the brewery.

Soon he became a partner, and served as company secretary until his father-in-law died in 1880, at which time he became president of the business.

During the 1870s, Adolphus Busch had toured Europe to study changes in brewing methods at the time. In particular he was interested in the pilsner beer of the town of Budweis, located in what is now the Czech Republic.

In 1876, he introduced Budweiser…

…and 1876 was the same year he introduced refrigerated railroad cars to transport beer.

By 1877, the company owned a fleet of 40 refrigerated railroad cars.

Expanding the company’s distribution range led to increased demand for their products, and the company expanded its facilities in St. Louis during the 1870s.

Busch implemented pasteurization in 1878 as a way to keep beer fresh for a longer period of time.

He established the St. Louis Refrigerator Car Company in 1878, and by 1888, the company owned 850 cars.

I will be getting more into these types of things later in this series, but it is too good of an example of the practice of consolidating wealth to pass over it.

In addition to refrigeration and pasteurization, Busch adopted vertical integration as a business practice, in which he bought all the components of his business, from bottling factories to ice-manufacturing plants to buying the rights from Rudolf Diesel to manufacture all diesel engines in America.

This illustration was of the Bevo Bottling Facility in St. Louis.

He also founded the Manufacturers Railway Company in 1887, which operated until 2011.

What about the founding of distilleries during the same time period?

Jack Daniel’s is a brand of Tennessee Whiskey, and the top-selling American whiskey in the world.

Jasper Newton “Jack” Daniel was born sometime in the mid-1800s. The birth date of 1850 was on his tombstone, however, his birthdate was said to be listed as September 5th, 1846 in Tennessee state records from the time.

He was the youngest of ten children, and his mother died shortly after he was born.

When his father died in the Civil War, he ran away from home because he didn’t get along with his stepmother.

He was taken in by the local lay-preacher and distiller, Dan Call, and began to learn the distilling trade.

He was said to have received an inheritance from his father estate’s after a long dispute with his siblings was resolved, and he founded a legally-registered distilling business with Call in 1875.

Shortly afterwards, Call was said to have quit for “religious reasons.”

That seems strange! If he was a preacher, why would he have even gotten involved with distilling in the first place if that was the case?

He was said to have purchased the hollow and land the distillery is on in Lynchburg, Tennessee after taking over the distillery in 1884.

That sure is a lot of high-proof alcohol in all of those barrels!

Alcohol is classified as a Central Nervous System depressant, meaning that it slows down brain function and neural activity. Alcohol proof is the measure of the content of ethanol in an alcoholic beverage. We’re talking 70-proof and over for the different products made by the Jack Daniel’s Distillery.

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey was said to have had a surge in popularity after receiving the gold medal for the finest whiskey at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair, also known as the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, held to celebrate the centennial of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803.

Adolphus Busch was on the Board of Directors for the 1904 Exposition in St. Louis.

What are some other profitable addictions?

One would be cigarettes.

R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company was founded in 1875 by R. J. Reynolds, born in 1850, and the son of a tobacco farmer in Virginia.

He sold his shares in his father’s tobacco company, and went to Winston-Salem in North Carolina to start his own company, the closest town with a railroad connection.

The first year he produced 150,000 pounds, or 68,000 kilograms, of tobacco, and by the 1890s, he was producing several millions of pounds and kilograms.

The company’s buildings were the largest in Winston-Salem, and had the new technologies of steam power and electric lights.

Interesting to contrast the brick factory building on the previous illustration of the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company’s physical plant with the depiction of what looks like a wooden, log-cabin style building in this coin commemorating the company’s first hundred years.

Prince Albert Smoking Tobacco became the company’s national showcase product in 1907…

…which led to high-profile advertising in Union Square in New York City.

R. J. Reynolds’ Camel cigarette became the most popular cigarette in the country.

R. J. Reynolds’ Camel cigarette became the most popular cigarette in the country…nothing to see here with the camel, the pyramids, and the palm trees, right?

Five of the company’s brands are in the top-ten of the best-selling brands in the United States, and it is estimated that every one-out-of-three cigarette brands sold in the United States is a product of R. J. Reynolds.

Another way to profit from addictions would be gambling.

What in the world could make people from all walks of life willfully throw money away by playing the odds, with nothing guaranteed in return?

A great case study of this phenomenon is Las Vegas, Nevada.

Between the late 1800s and early 1900s, gambling was brought to the area now known as Las Vegas, which was founded in 1905 as a stopover for Union Pacific trains travelling between Los Angeles and Salt Lake City.

The oldest casino in Las Vegas was the Hotel Nevada on Fremont Street. It opened in 1906, and then in 1909 had to be closed as a casino due to a gambling ban that was introduced in Nevada. The casino was reopened in 1931 when the ban was lifted.

Fremont Street was named after John C. Fremont, an American explorer who led five expeditions to explore the West in the 1840s, and he came through the Las Vegas area in 1844.

The Hotel Nevada became the Golden Gate Hotel & Casino in 1955. It was renovated over the years, and operates to this day.

The El Cortez Hotel & Casino was built in 1941, and was the first major resort in downtown Las Vegas, also located on Fremont Street.

The El Rancho Vegas was also built in 1941, and was the first casino hotel in the area that came to be known as the Vegas Strip.

The main buildings of El Rancho Vegas, including the casino and restaurants, were destroyed by fire in 1960. The El Rancho Motor Inn operated as a non-gaming hotel until the remaining buildings were completely demolished by 1979.

The Golden Nugget opened in 1946, and was the first stand-alone casino in Las Vegas.

At that time, it was the flashiest and biggest casino in the world.

The Flamingo opened in Las Vegas the day after Christmas in 1946, and is the oldest hotel on the Vegas Strip still standing.

The man behind the idea of the Flamingo was Billy Wilkerson, founder of “The Hollywood Reporter” magazine.

Along with mobster Bugsy Siegel, Wilkerson wanted to build a casino that “trap” gamblers, and keep them playing for hours. For example, having no clocks or windows in the casino to facilitate people losing track of time.

This is how the Vegas Strip appears today.

In the second part of this series on following the money and influence, I am going to be looking into how the promotion of distractions have been used to keep us asleep, distractions being things which prevent people from giving their full attention to something else.

Author: Michelle Gibson

I firmly believe there would be no mysteries in history if we had been told the true history. I intend to provide compelling evidence to support this. I have been fascinated by megaliths most of my life, and my journey has led me to uncovering the key to the truth. I found a star tetrahedron on the North American continent by connecting the dots of major cities, and extended the lines out. Then I wrote down the cities that lined lined up primarily in circular fashion, and got an amazing tour of the world of places I had never heard of with remarkable similarities across countries. This whole process, and other pieces of the puzzle that fell into place, brought up information that needs to be brought back into collective awareness.

2 thoughts on “Following the Money & Influence – Part 1 The Ways We Were Kept Asleep ~ Addictions”

    1. Thank you, Barrie! It will be good. I have some ideas on where to go with it. Will definitely include sport, possibly not religion and science. While I agree with you, I will stick with more contemporary past-times and see where I end up.

      I did see your previous comment about the fresco. I will let it percolate in my brain and see where it ends in the future.

      Best regards,

      Michelle

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