Explosive! One of the Biggest Conspiracy Theories Erupts As Proven True by Experts! (Videos)


Recent events have caused prophecy expert, Paul McGuire and Pulitzer Prize winning Investigative Journalist, Troy Anderson (authors of best seller, The Babylon Code), to not just scratch the surface, but dig straight down to the core, separating fact from fiction. And the reality is much worse than you could ever imagine!  In this exclusive video, they uncover some of the most sinister, corrupt information ever! And with very recent events, things just got a little more dangerous and downright creepy! Find out what they have uncovered and what is about to happen in this exclusive video!

In the feature video, Troy Anderson states, “What we’ve tried to do with this book is meld together an investigative journalism book with this exploration of one of the Bible’s greatest prophetic mysteries. The reason why we call it The Babylon Code is there is a prophetic mystery or a code in the Bible involving Babylon. In fact, it’s the second most mentioned city in the Bible besides Jerusalem. This mystery begins in Genesis with the Tower of Babel and the story of Nimrod….”

Troy continues, explaining how Nimrod was the first type of an Antichrist, who built the first One World Government, economic system, and more.  But what Troy and Paul discuss goes far beyond this! They share a myriad of historical and recent events which line up perfectly with Bible prophecy. In fact, recent events, which also include the reconstruction of the Temple of Baal in New York City and London, as well as more to come globally, have them both extremely concerned.

Paul McGuire says the existence of a ‘very real’ Luciferian Elite who rules the world dates all the way back to the time of ancient Babylon, and they provide extensive documentation within their book, The Babylon Code, to prove this on all accounts. “As we documented in the book, there is a belief system or religious system that is very closely connected to the United Nations and goes back to Lucifer Trust…” he added, “then they changed the name to Lucis Trust.”

The Lucis Trust was founded in 1922 by Alice Bailey, a disciple of Russian Occult Teacher “Theosophist” Madame Helena Blavatsky who promoted the worship of Lucifer, or Satan.


Explosive! One of the Biggest Conspiracy Theories Erupts As Proven True by Experts


Scott Thompson of “Exposing Satanism” writes:

The roots of this movement date back to the 1870s, when Madame Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (nee Princess Hahn in 1831 in Ekaterinoslav, Georgia) was deployed by a combination of “Black Hundreds” forces that included the Okhrana (Czarist secret service) and the Russian Orthodox Church, to destroyAugustinian Christianity in the West, through the creation of an ideology known as Theosophy, which was a syncretism of Eastern religions.

As one Theosophical Society brochure made clear, its goal was, “to oppose the materialism of science and every form of dogmatic theology, especially the Christian, which the Chiefs of the Society regard as particularly pernicious.”

The deployment of Madame Blavatsky into the West had been part of the same effort – called the “Dostoevsky Project” by the Theosophically-inspired Frankfurt School – which led the Okhrana to unleash the Scottish Freemasonic forces of the liberal Alexander Kerensky, then the “dark forces” of the Bolsheviks (many of whom, including V.I. Lenin, had been trained on the Isle of Capri in the cult beliefs of the Emperor Tiberius, who murdered Christ), for an assault upon the Petrine state. 


Among those principally responsible for deploying Blavatsky into the West were:

  • Count Alexander Ignatiev, one-time head of the Okhrana as interior minister, whose family later joined with the Bolshevik Revolution

  • Imperial Privy Councilor Prince Aksakov, whose correspondence with Blavatsky reveals him to   be a key controller

  • Fyodor Dostoevsky, whose writings have regained popularity under Gorbachov, because they were a19th-century revival of the Russian Orthodox Church’s “blood-and-soil” doctrine that Moscow would become “the Third and Final Rome”

  • Mikhail, Vladimir, and Vsevelod Soloviev, who, from such bases as the St. Petersburg Ecclesiastical Academy, propounded the doctrines of Spiritualism that are being revived in Russia today, and who profiled Blavatsky as Tentacles of the Blavatsky deployment extended quickly through the West:

    —United States – In 1873, Blavatsky traveled to the U.S., where with the Spiritualist Colonel Olcott, she founded the American Theosophical Society, whose headquarters became Pasadena, California. Colonel Olcott had been involved in seances at this time on a farm in Chittenden, Vermont, with Mary Baker Eddy, who founded Christian Science as co-extensive with Theosophy. Later, Olcott accompanied Blavatsky to Adyar, India, which became the spiritual center of the cult. 

    —Great Britain – In 1883, Blavatsky’s disciple Annie Besant, who later assumed Blavatsky’s mantle as High Priestess of Theosophy, was a co-founder of the British Fabian Society (predecessor of the Labour Party) together with Gnostic Christians and Spiritualists, including the Spiritualist Frank Podmore, later British Prime Minister J. Ramsay Macdonald, Soviet agent Lord Haldane, Lord and Lady Passfield, the Freemason William Clarke, Earl Bertrand Russell, Viscount and Viscountess Snowden, Lord Sidney Oliver, Lord Thomson, and others.

    In the same year, Scottish noble Douglas Dunglas Home, who had sponsored Blavatsky as early as 1858 and given seances for the Czar, returned to Great Britain, where with support of the Cecil family, he founded the Society for Psychical Research, whose members included Arthur Conan Doyle, Lord Balfour, Lord Bertrand Russell, John Dewey, and William James.
    Another excrescence of Theosophy was the explicitly Satanist Edward Aleister Crowley’s Order of the Golden Dawn (or, Stella Matutina), which overlapped the predominantly Anglo-American Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO) and the Thule Society in Munich, which gave birth to the Nazi Party through the good offices of Houston Stewart Chamberlain, Karl Haushofer, Rudolf Hess, and the Wagner Kreis.

    —Germany – Blavatsky’s co-controller, Count Aksakov, established in Leipzig, Germany a Theosophical magazine, Psychische Studien, which was influential upon the careers of Sigmund Freud and especially Carl Jung. It also influenced the schismatic Theosophist Rudolf Steiner, who founded in 1913 the Dornach, Switzerland-based Anthroposophy sect, which has lately been a leading influence within West Germany’s Free Democratic Party, and also the seed-crystal in southern Germany of the fascist Green party. [2]

    Meanwhile, in the 1920s, a Berlin-based Theosophist, Graf von Reventlow, founded a European network of the Comintern’s Baku Conference of “Oppressed Peoples,” which sought to merge Marxism with Sufism.

    —Switzerland – The Ascona, Switzerland secret base of Theosophy – centered around a cult of Astarte – was the spiritual center of the Frankfurt School, which overlapped the Soviet GRU (military intelligence) through such founders as Hede Massing, Richard Sorge, and Max Horkheimer, who developed the “Authoritarian Personality” dogma to target and destroy those who based their behavior upon natural law. Ascona was also a spiritual center of the “Children of the Sun” gay and lesbian networks, which overlapped the Philby, Burgess, Maclean spy network in Great Britain.

    Finally, Ascona was the religious center for the Theosophical psychiatrist Carl Jung, popularizer of the Gnostic Bible. Among Jung’s disciple-patients were: Mary Bancroft, the mistress-secretary of Allen Dulles, who was OSS chief in Switzerland during World War II; and Mary and Paul Mellon, who, on their return to the U.S. in 1939, founded the Bollingen Foundation to propagate Gnosticism and a study center on witchcraft at Princeton University. Also, Lenin himself participated in cult dances on Monte Verita in Ascona 

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Alice La Trobe Bateman was the founder in 1920 of the Lucifer Trust, which represented a syncretism of Gnostic Christianity with Blavatsky’s Theosophy. Bailey’s Gnostic doctrine transformed God into Nietzschean Will, while Christ is considered merely a lowly part of the many “Ascended Masters,” who form a “Hierarchy,” that is eventually to be “externalized” to carry out a “Plan” for a “new world order” that is otherwise known to Bailey’s disciples as the Age of Aquarius or Age of Maitreya.

The Lucis Trust, which today has Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) status at the United Nations and has been given legitimacy by the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, has spawned an array of New Age fronts, including the Temple of Understanding.
Born in Britain, Alice was raised an Episcopalian, before separating from her first husband, a drunken missionary to the United States, who beat her frequently. Relocated from Britain to the West Coast, she was recruited into the Pacific Grove Lodge of Theosophy in 1915. By 1920, she became editor of the American Theosophists’ newspaper, The Messenger.

In this same year she married Foster Bailey (a Scottish Rite Freemason and Co-Mason), and she launched a fight with Annie Besant for control of Theosophy, which Alice Bailey lost, when Besant’s man, Louis Roger, was elected president. Immediately after the dust settled, Alice and Foster Bailey founded their own Tibetan Lodge, then the Lucifer Trust, whose name was abridged in 1922 to its present Lucis Trust. By the 1930s, Bailey claimed 200,000 members, and her faction of Theosophy grew even more rapidly after Krishnamurti in 1939 denounced Besant’s scheme to promote him as the Messiah. Throughout these years, Bailey spent her summers in Ascona, Switzerland, where along with Mary and Paul Mellon, she attended Jung’s Eranos Conferences.

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Bailey established a series of fronts, which include:

The Arcane School

Founded in 1923, the school gives correspondence courses in meditation from its branches in New York, Geneva, London, and Buenos Aires. A brochure states: “The presentation of the teaching adapted to the rapidly emerging new civilization stresses the training of disciples in group formation, a technique which will characterize the discipleship service in the Aquarian Age.”

World Goodwill

Founded in 1932, the organization is recognized by the United Nations today as an NGO. Ever since the dropping of the atomic bomb (which is seen by these kooks as a spiritual manifestation of Luciferian light), Lucis Trust has sought to give the U.N. a monopoly over nuclear weapons with which to impose a “one world federalist empire” upon sovereign nations. World Goodwill works directly with the “world federalists,” and is part of the work to “Externalize the Hierarchy” of “Illumined Minds,” which will usher in an “Age of Maitreya,” otherwise interpreted by Bailey to be the return of Christ prophesied in the biblical book of Revelations.


Founded in 1937, Triangles is the name for a global network of cells, whose members pray a “Great Invocation,” especially on the night of the full moon, when members of the Triangle can be influenced by the astrological signs of the zodiac.


This is the sacred community of the New Age movement, based in Great Britain. Bailey disciple David Spangler, another explicit Luciferian, became co-director of the Findhorn Foundation, when he formed the Lorian Association. He sits on the boards of directors of Planetary Citizens, the secretariat of Planetary Initiative for the World We Choose (launched at the Cathedral of St. John in 1982), and is a contributing editor to New Age Magazine.

But, Lucis is not limited to low-level Satanists. 

When he was Secretary of Defense in the early-1960s, Robert McNamara prayed to the full moon along the Potomac River, according to journalist Edith Roosevelt. The Lucis Trust endorsed McNamara’s tenure as head of the World Bank – which is hardly surprising, since Lucis believes in the Blavatskyian “Great White Brotherhood,” which is consistent with the neo-malthusian aim of the International Monetary Fund to exterminate darker-skinned races. [3] 

Not only does Bailey explicitly seek to destroy the nation state, which she equates with the “idealism” of the Age of Pisces, but in her 1954 work Education in the New Age, she also endorses Nazi eugenics and sex hygiene to purify the race.

Apart from U.N. Secretary General Javier Perez de Cuellar, spokesmen for Lucis view Mikhail Gorbachov as the greatest world leader externalizing their “Plan” today.

Sadly, far too many people simply write these things off as ‘conspiracy theories’ and don’t realize the hell that is coming upon us…very soon! In fact, when the phrase conspiracy theory is spoken, many things come to mind, from the Illuminati, to UFO’s and the Pope. But how is the term conspiracy theory really defined and where did it originate?  

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Wikipedia defines the phrase conspiracy theory as follows:

According to the political scientist Michael Barkun, conspiracy theories rely on the view that the universe is governed by design, and embody three principles: nothing happens by accident, nothing is as it seems, and everything is connected. Another common feature is that conspiracy theories evolve to incorporate whatever evidence exists against them, so that they become unfalsifiable and, as Barkun argues, “a matter of faith rather than proof.

People formulate conspiracy theories to explain, for example, power relations in social groups and the perceived existence of evil forces. Conspiracy theories have chiefly psychological or socio-political origins.[citation needed] Proposed psychological origins include projection; the personal need to explain “a significant event [with] a significant cause;” and the product of various kinds and stages of thought disorder, such as paranoid disposition, ranging in severity to diagnosable mental illnesses. Some people prefer socio-political explanations over the insecurity of encountering random, unpredictable, or otherwise inexplicable events. Some philosophers have argued that belief in conspiracy theories can be rational.

But from what source does this notorious phrase originate, and when?

The Oxford English Dictionary defines conspiracy theory as “the theory that an event or phenomenon occurs as a result of a conspiracy between interested parties; spec. a belief that some covert but influential agency (typically political in motivation and oppressive in intent) is responsible for an unexplained event”, and cites a 1909 article in The American Historical Review as the earliest usage example.

According to John Ayoto’s 20th century words, the phrase conspiracy theory was originally a neutral term and only acquired a pejorative connotation in the mid 1960s, implying that the advocate of the theory has a paranoid tendency to imagine the influence of some powerful, malicious, covert agency in events. According to Florida State University professor Lance deHaven-Smith’s 2013 book Conspiracy Theory in America, the phrase conspiracy theory was invented in the 1960s by the CIA to discredit JFK assassination conspiracy theories. However, according to Robert Blaskiewicz, assistant professor of critical thinking at Stockton University and skeptical activist, such claims have existed “since at least 1997”, but due to having recently been promoted by deHaven Smith, “conspiracy theorists have begun citing this work as an authority”. Blaskiewicz researched the use of the term conspiracy theory and found that it has always been a disparaging term, having been used to describe “extreme hypothesis” and implausible speculation as far back as 1870.

In response to angry reaction to her use of the term conspiracy theories when describing extreme speculations about the Jonestown massacre, such as claims that the CIA was conducting “mind control experiments”, San Diego State University professor Rebecca Moore said, “They were angry that I had called their version of the truth a conspiracy theory…In many respects, they have a right to be angry. The phrase ‘conspiracy theory’ is not neutral. It is value-laden and carries with it condemnation, ridicule, and dismissal. It is a lot like the word ‘cult,’ which we use to describe religions we do not like.” Moore alternatively describes conspiracy theories as “stigmatized knowledge” or “suppressed knowledge” that are based on a “conviction that powerful individuals are limiting or controlling the free flow of information for nefarious purposes”.

It appears no one really knows for sure where the phrase originates. However, we can be sure of one thing, not everything clandestine in our government is a conspiracy theory.  In dark, secret places throughout the world, the global elitists and government (Illuminati, NWO, Freemasons, etc.) are busily working behind the scenes to bring about their ‘perfect’ one world leader and ‘spotless’ one world government. Daily, they plan and devise, hiding in the shadows manipulating every type of situation imaginable, including mass destruction, in order to make events happen which will fulfill their sinister plans.

But what exactly are they planning and why?  The exclusive video features Paul McGuire and Troy Anderson, best selling authors of ‘The Babylon Code’ who share all the dark, mysterious details about what is really going on behind the scenes, including information never before heard or explained that is sure to leave you speechless!

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