License to Lie & Other True 007 Tales: Jay Dyer on Good Vibrations Podcast

From Mark Devlin’s podcast:

“US writer and researcher Jay Dyer of is our guest this time round, as we look at symbolism, mind control and culture creation through film. Many of the calling cards of the Hidden Hand are present in the movie scene, just as they are in its music industry cousin. Our chat focuses specifically on the James Bond stories, examining their creator Ian Fleming’s links to the military-intelligence world, and how elements of the New World Order elite’s plans have been reflected in the Bond stories for decades.”

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7 Comments on License to Lie & Other True 007 Tales: Jay Dyer on Good Vibrations Podcast

  1. james grey // June 3, 2016 at 12:55 pm // Reply

    child imprisonment, a secret underground base, mind conrol, drinking blood from skulls, snake pyramids and satanic human sacrifice in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom which takes place in British Crown India. The Prime Minister of Pankot Province is a graduate of Oxford University and Captain Blumburtt’s British infantry unit is at Pankot Palace for “exercises”. According to Roger Moore Steven Spielberg created Indiana Jones after being turned down as a Bond film director. “I went to Cubby very excited and said ‘This Spielberg would like to do a Bond. “They declined and said ‘He would want a big piece of the film’ and they didn’t want to give it away “And so he went off and did Indiana Jones, which is Bond in another way.”

    • Michael W // June 5, 2016 at 1:52 am // Reply

      Steven Spielberg may have been turned down as a James Bond director, but he didn’t create the Indiana Jones character. It was George Lucas. According to Wikipedia, and other sources I read at the time, Spielberg told Lucas, a close friend, that he wanted to do something “fun” like a James Bond film. Lucas said he had something “even better” and brought up the Indy Jones character.

      Lucas has said on several occasions that the character of James Bond was one of his primary inspirations for Indiana Jones. Other influences were Professor Challenger, created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in his 1912 novel “The Lost World,” and Allan Quatermain of “King Solomon’s Mines” created by Sir H. Rider Haggard.

  2. In Raiders of the Lost Ark Spielberg has Nazis rampaging through British-occupied Egypt in 1936. Perhaps the Duke of Windsor pulled some strings for his buddy Adolf.. But hey, it’s just a movie, right?

    • james grey // June 4, 2016 at 4:49 pm // Reply

      The BFG written by Roald Dahl directed by Steven Spielberg – Nephilim giant kidnaps little girl from orphanage and takes her to the Queen of England after nine anthropophagus (man-eating) giants try to cannibalise her. The book is dedicated to Dahl’s late daughter, Olivia, who died aged seven.

  3. andy j hunter // June 4, 2016 at 8:12 pm // Reply

    well done j check out webster g tarpley vsv queen ann mi6 etc

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