Letter From the Editor #5: How To Connect the Dots

by Wes Penre, Sunday May 3, 2009 at 3:32 PM

Wes PenreHello everybody! Some people are emailing me and writing comments as they are trying to connect the dots from the articles I’m posting. This is understandable, and I will try to explain:

All the time I have at my convenience, in addition to life’s other necessities, goes to research at this point. I don’t do anything else at the moment, only because it’s important that I get the pieces together for myself quickly, so I can deliver the whole picture to you. It has to be soon.

Therefore, I have very little time to write my own articles at this point, which is the reason I am almost only posting other people’s stuff now. This is my only choice at the moment, but it’s not a perfect way by any means, because sometimes there are important parts in an article, while other parts are irrelevant and maybe not even correct.

The reason I need to compromise is because the research I’m doing is pretty unique and there are no articles I can use that tell the whole story – I eventually have to tell it myself.

Try to compare what you read with previous postings I’ve made and concentrate on what resonates with the rest. This whole blog is just a preparation for the ‘down to the point’ information that will come soon. I simply want you to be prepared and do your ‘homework’ so the final information is easier to grasp and you can do so faster.

My whole idea is to complete my research to a point where I can publish it in a more of less finished form. At that point I will start a brand new blog site, write all, or most, of the articles myself in the order I want you to read them – maybe similar to an E-Book with chapters and everything so I am sure you read it in the right sequence to avoid confusion.

With other words, I will post my finished research all at once and will announce on this blog the same day it happens, and where to find it. It’s important that I post everything at once and not one article at the time like I do now. You will understand why when you read it.

However, when my final blog is up and running, this blog will still be here and available as an additional reference library you can go back to when/if you need to while reading the final work.

Hope this makes sense. So don’t go into contradictions that do exist in certain articles I post — just try to find a straight line through them the best you can.

Even when you think you are ‘lost’, don’t worry about it. Just read it and keep it in the back of your head. When you need the information in the future, you will vaguely remember that you’ve read it and can go back here and search for it on my blog search engine to the right if necessary to refresh your memory.

I have thought this through pretty thoroughly as of late, and this plan and solution is what I consider being the best. I wish I could give away everything little by little, but that would not only be confusing for the reader, but also jeopardize my final work. I could choose to be quiet and not post anything at all until I’m totally done, but I really want you to stay focused on this subject so you don’t leave and ‘forget about it’ and also like I said, it’s much better if I give you some information in the meantime that is connected to what is to come…


14 thoughts on “Letter From the Editor #5: How To Connect the Dots

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    1. iamlonefrog

      Hey GOD,

      WSup? Anyway, good to see you here cause I got a question or two for ya.

      Why must the world suffer? C’mon, really? Aren’t YOU confident enough that YOUR creation (man) can figure it out?

      One of my favorite sayings of yours is the one about casting pearls before swine.

      I actually think we are closing the gap between science and spirituality.

      In closing I would like to remind you that alot of trippy things are happening these days.

      Barry Sotero–black president
      Brittney Spears got her kids back
      And Pigs are flying–swine flu

      So it seems as if all that is left is a one world currency.

      Thanks for listening GOD,
      your favorite problem child,

      1. Is this Psy-op a Portent?

        by Henry Makow Ph.D

        It’s disturbing when a respected Illuminati researcher like Wes Penre is taken in by a psy-op. But we can learn from his mistake, and also glean some credible information from the lies directed at him.

        Starting in January, Penre has written an astonishing five-part series about a Tennessee-based, 35-year-old playboy- tycoon who Penre says is literally the incarnation of Lucifer but “redeemed.” [Penre has pulled this series It’s all hush-hush and Penre’s life is in danger. He has been contacted by defectors who said young Supriem David Rockefeller dictates to the likes of Henry Kissinger, Zbig Brzezinski and George H.W. Bush. He is going to save mankind by instituting a benevolent New World Order. He wants to atone for the Rebellion against God which is the source of all of mankind’s problems. He wants us to accept his rule so he can clean up the mess. (Right, and I have some land in Florida…)

        Henry Makow is a Ph.D

        Every one read the entire article here


  2. Keith

    As always Wes,Keep up the excellent work, and go with your intuitions!! No gripes here and i will stay tuned to the blog and your future blog(s).

  3. Kalima

    No problems with the current course…I for one am enjoying the “trail of crumbs” through the forest. It’s kind of like a scavenger hunt–and the adventure is just beginning!

  4. Carol KS

    Dearest Greatest Teacher,

    You deserve the “Golden Apple”. We promise you we will wait and watch without complaining or acting up. Got it Mark? We love you Wes. That goes for you too lonefrog! Because we are all each other in different forms. Just like Supreme says, ‘If you see the Devil, “I am” the Devil. If you see the “Almighty Supreme”, that is who “I am”.

    So bringing this down to our level of enlightenment, keep on sharing the good (or bad) information no matter the price, because, this all soooooo much fun!

    For the rest of my friends, check out this link for tears of joy:

  5. Carol KS

    Dear Best Teacher,

    You are the greatest and deserve the golden apple. We will wait and watch and not complain or act up. Got it Mark! WE LOVE YOU. You too Lonefrog. We are really each other in different forms. Like Supriem says, “If you see the Devil, “I am” the Devil. If you see the Almighty Supreme, that is who “I am”.


    In ALL Love, Light and life.

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