The last time S.K. Bain wrote a book, he birthed an entire conspiracy genre about the 9-11 attacks. In his newest conspiracy book, Black Jack: The Dawning of the New Great Age of Satan where he warns that insanely powerful psychopaths are intent on killing people. Lots of them. Thanks to what he calls the Cryptocracy, the psychopathic elite who rule our planet at this point of time.
EUGENE, Ore., Sept. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The last time S.K. Bain wrote a book, he birthed an entire conspiracy genre about the 9-11 attacks with The Most Dangerous Book in the World (9/11 as Mass Ritual), an underground classic that questioned whether the tragedy was a mixture of false-flag terrorism and psychological warfare.
Which leads us to his newest conspiracy book, Black Jack: The Dawning of the New Great Age of Satan where he warns that insanely powerful psychopaths are intent on killing people. Lots of them. Thanks to what he calls the Cryptocracy, the psychopathic elite who rule our planet at this point of time.
Having worked for more than five years at one of Robert Murdoch's political magazines, the Weekly Standard as well as William Kristol, former chief of staff for Vice President Dan Quayle, Fox News' Tucker Carlson and New York Times columnist David Brooks, he has had first-hand exposure to the evils of popular culture, the three wars spawned by 9/11, the billions in profits made by the military-industrial complex during this wartime, the drastic erosion of American civil liberties, the emergency of the expanding domestic surveillance state, and the loss of countless lives around the world.
But this much anticipated highly-illustrated, full-color print edition of the investigative author is no fundamentalist screed on the existence of the Devil, or the impending arrival the Anti-Christ or Judgment Day. Bain is no end-times prophet warning of the imminent fulfillment of the Bible's Book of Revelation. He does ask, When are we? What moment in history does humanity occupy from the perspective of the neo-conservative cabal that birthed the atrocities of 9/11.
S.K. Bain informs us with his usual biting humor that there is a fast-approaching event on the horizon that we should pay close attention to, i.e. The Great Age, or Great Year, as defined by the 26,000-year Cycle of Precession, the only calendar that really matters to followers of the Dark Lord. As the author makes abundantly clear, the very streets and monuments of Washington, DC convey an undeniable message: It is the End of the World (as we know it, at least), written in stone.
This is not the same old, Hey, there's a pentagram in the streets around the White House. Everybody knows that. Bain's analysis goes much, much deeper—and darker. Washington, DC, is laid out in the long tradition of the builders of capital cities across the eons and around the globe who sought to reflect the heavens in their designs: it is a star map. Yet, although previous authors have written at length on this general subject, none have decoded the ultimate message revealed in Black Jack.
This is not your father's Doomsday book: there are no demons, no asteroids, no comets. As S.K. Bain explains, what you should be worried about are insanely powerful psychopaths wielding increasing power, right under your very noses.