Truth Jihad: Legendary 9/11 scientist AK Dewdney says “Bad moon rising!”

Did Creedence Clearwater Revival see what was coming?

AKDewdneyA.K. “Kee” Dewdney, founder of Scientific Professionals Investigating 9/11 (SPINE) is one of the world’s notable biological scientists, computer scientists & mathematicians. He’s also the guy who proved – in his Project Achilles experiments – that the alleged cell phone calls from allegedly hijacked airliners on 9/11 cannot possibly have been made from those airliners as alleged. (So what really happened? In all probability, those who placed the phone calls were forced to read from scripts ON THE GROUND as part of a “terror exercise” and then terminated with extreme prejudice. Your tax dollars at work.)

In this interview we discuss the prophetic song “Bad Moon Rising” and the false-flagging NWO it portended; the history of the Khazarian mafia; and religion & spirituality in light of Dr. Dewdney’s recent NDE (Near Death Experience) during heart surgery two months ago.


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6 Responses to "Truth Jihad: Legendary 9/11 scientist AK Dewdney says “Bad moon rising!”"

  1. Skeptic  May 11, 2015 at 8:10 pm

    “Did Creedence Clearwater Revival see what was coming?”
    yep – werewolves.. in London.

  2. mdi  May 11, 2015 at 5:46 am

    The word ‘creedence’ is spelled with a double-‘e’ in the band’s name.

  3. David Odell  May 10, 2015 at 8:39 pm

    I would also thank Dewdney for working soon after his medical ordeal. He spoke with the clarity often heard from folks who have just been through similar things. It has great value and is often time sensitive.
    Cheers to the dudes health.

  4. David Odell  May 10, 2015 at 8:34 pm

    I like the tie-in Dewdney makes about the word Creator and later quantum mechanics or theory. Titles as opposed to names leaves it unambiguous and instead actually bridges, science, spirit, and beliefs alike.
    It is more universally accepted. The scientific exploration of wave forms is what ultimately leads to the knowledge that another wave form would destroy everything, thus the concept of a single “former” which also agrees with Deism that all is apparent. The thing about the moon calendar is that it is not a primary calendar of those who keep many, but it does correlate the feminine emotions. This is an important thing to keep track of if you have a certain issue or on the negative side, wish to exploit the fears of women. The fears of women drive whole societies. The phase or location of the moon is usually only consulted when several other calendars do not yield the answer. The 20 day calendar is the primary for Earth.

  5. Charlotte NC Bill  May 9, 2015 at 6:49 pm

    I’ll listen to the whole interview ASAP.

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