Malta yok is Turkish, a well-known expression among historians, and means “Malta does not exist”. In 1565, the Turkish armada discovered enemy ships near Malta. The admirals became so shocked by this that they sent the following message to the Sultan in Istanbul: “Malta yok.”
Today independent-minded historians use this expression when they come across previously inaccessible facts or sensitive historical data, which those in power deny or conceal. There are so many lies mixed with the truth that people get confused. But there is an alternative to the official truth, since things are often not what they seem to be.
In our world, which is controlled by freemasonry, one rule surely applies: if something has happened but is not reported by the mass media, then it has simply not occurred. But if something has not even taken place and yet is reported in the media, then it has nonetheless happened. We must learn to question the official truth! Professor Daniel Boorstin, Librarian of Congress from 1975 to 1987, once stated: “Americans live in a world of pseudofacts, which is created for them by their own media.”
People want to see what does not exist and wish to ignore reality. Life is therefore a matter of deception and self-deception. It is difficult to make any progress in this maze of myths. And we certainly live in a labyrinth of lies. It is difficult for many people to orientate themselves since they have not developed their powers of discrimination, that is the ability to distinguish good from evil. This is the reason why the freemasons have been so effective in deluding us with their so-called social ideologies. These lies are dutifully amplified by the megaphones of the mass media, which also attempt to silence, with-hold, or as a last resort mock all information and ideas that do not comply with their propaganda – whether it concerns the murder of Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme, the submarine incursions into Swedish territorial waters by the Soviet Union, the “Estonia” disaster (we now know by means of metallurgic analysis that this ferry was sunk through explosion), the writing of modern history or the freemasons’ activities.
Charles T. Tart, professor of psychology at University of California, called this ideological blunting of our intellect ‘consensus trance’ (“Waking Up: Overcoming the Obstacles to Human Potential”, Boston, 1987). Consensus means general agreement or understanding. Consensus trance thus implies the fact that we have accepted false conception of reality, not through logical processing of facts but through intensive manipulation (brainwashing) by the global elite. Too many of us have been affected by consensus trance, which thus is a common belief in these myths. The methods of suggestion that the freemasons and others manipulators have used in order to make us believe in their lies without second thought, have successfully turned most of us into victims of this audacious manipulation. For this reason, we instinctively shy away from uncomfortable facts, which threaten to demolish the false view of the world the freemasons have created and thereby awaken us from the trance. Many of us have been affected by mental paralysis.
But belief is a desire not to know, as the freemason and philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche stated. This is why it is important to expose the most dangerous propaganda myths. The mental anaesthetization of the Western World has been a great success. Most people have become victims of the type of blind faith called “political correctness” and prefer to live in their illusory world. The authorities have invented or exploited certain myths, which serve their purposes and work against us. These fantasies apply to history, health, culture, politics and other important subjects. One must have both faith and trust in oneself to find the strength to face the reality that is presented in this book.
Waking up from the trance is a difficult and laborious process. Certain key facts are necessary in order to achieve this, facts which the reader, despite all the lies, can recognize and has a possibility to verify. Here is a classic example from Darwin’s journals. The Patagonians (a tribal people in South Argentina) could not see Darwin’s ship, “The Beagle”, conceptually or even optically, since no large ships had hitherto been a part of their experience. Only the shaman of the tribe could see the ship. When the shaman began to describe the ship with the aid of objects known to the Patagonians, the ship became visible to all. They had a consensus reality, which applied to small boats, but lacked a similar conception of large ships.
Many journalists lack the critical judgement to crush the consensus reality applying to the real course of events during the M/V “Estonia” disaster – they have not even managed to understand that the Joint Accident Investigation Commission is obviously lying about key issues. Many of us lack critical judgement concerning our social, political and practical environment, since we blindly trust the myths that masonic sources feed us with through the mass media every day.
Most of us who prefer blindly to trust different political, social and scientific fabrications and deny any suggestion about hidden control behind the scenes, do not want to see that the most important political, economic and social events in the world are not haphazard, but planned by non-democratic groups who hide behind the name “freemasons”. The inferior and degrading conditions, which we see everywhere in different countries, did not just happen to turn out that way. If we accept this explanation, we immediately begin to understand everything that is happening and all the pieces of the jigsaw fall into place. Otherwise we will grope in darkness and understand nothing.