Pieces of Eight!  Pieces of Eight!

by Not Sure

24 September 2023


            Depending on the list, Elon Musk is the richest man in the world or the second richest man in the world, exchanging that position with Bernard Arnault or Jeff Bezos.

            According to Elon’s mother, she knew he was a genius when he was three years old.  Every mother thinks her child is a genius, but perhaps she was right.  Former president and CEO of Aspen Institute, Walter Isaacson, just released the authorized biography of Musk on September 12.  Isaacson is a star-maker and star-chronicler, who has written books about Benjamin Franklin, Henry Kissinger, Leonardo Da Vinci, Steve Jobs, Jennifer Doudna (CRISPR technology), and Albert Einstein.  The gods have spoken.  “He is one of us.”

            From the perspective of a mere mortal, Elon Musk plays the fool, the court jester.  Someone on his staff is always Tweeting (or Exing) something ridiculous or provocative.  His handlers trot him out on stage in motorcycle leathers, the grinning, harmless one-man Village People for the 2020s.   He was photographed in Berlin holding a motorcycle helmet, a staged shot.  “Oh, I just stopped by to check on my EV production before taking the superbike on the Autobahn.”  Photographer says, “Great.  Can you put the helmet in your right hand and hold it a little closer to your body?”

            Elon the Actor, comfortable in front of the camera, perhaps because his mother was a model for fifty years.  No homemakers or business types for Musk.  His first wife was a fantasy fiction writer (married from 2000-2008,) his second wife an actress he married and divorced twice (2010-2012, 2013-2016.)  He spent 2017 in a relationship with the actress Amber Heard.  Who would do that?  But evidently, Elon had been pursuing this drug and alcohol-addled, bisexual since 2012.  This led to accusations from Johnny Depp that Heard and Musk were having an affair during the time Heard was married to Depp, which both Musk and Heard denied.  Depp played a pirate in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, but evidently Heard preferred her swashbuckler to have a bigger stage. 

Musk then got into a relationship with a “talent” called Grimes.  I just sampled a few of her videos (What on earth would you call what she does?  “Song” seems so cheerful and purposeful.  These aren’t songs…)  She struts around in outlandish art-school costumes, smears paint on her face, contorts her body, brandishes a sword.  I can see a thousand mothers down through time, patiently reminding themselves that this is a phase toddlers go through.  “By the time she’s ready for school, she’ll leave dress-up and attention-seeking behind.”  But, my goodness, Grimes is 35!

            Confirmation of their pairing came when they were spotted at the 2019 Kardashian-Jenner Christmas Party.  Because that’s what a serious-minded, business tycoon does, right?  He hangs out with Kim Kardashian.  Here’s the PR “meet cute” on Grimes and Musk.  Supposedly, they both tweeted some similar joke about AI, the idea that AI will punish you when they rule the future, for not doing everything you can to bring them to power.  This is about an AI thought experiment called Roco’s Basilisk which originated from a forum/blog about philosophy, cognitive biases, psychology, rationality and artificial intelligence called LessWrong, which not many people would have heard of except for all the “meet cute” public relations stories about how Musk met Grimes.  They have a son named X AE A-XII, born in 2020 and daughter named Exa Dark Sideræl (who goes by Y, and sometimes Why? And even ?) born in 2021.  Their third child together is Tau Techno Mechanicus.

            Sadly, Musk’s firstborn, a son named Nevada Alexander, died at 10 weeks of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) in 2002.  Musk and his wife decided to continue their family with the use of in vitro fertilisation (IVF) and that resulted in twin boys in 2004 (Xavier Alexander and Griffin) and triplet sons in 2006 (Kai, Saxon and Damien.)

In 2022, Xavier announced his transgender decision and filed a petition to change his first name to Vivian, middle name to Jenna, and his surname to his mother’s, Wilson.  The filing listed the reason as “gender identity and the fact that I no longer live with or wish to be related to my biological father in any way, shape or form.”  Musk has said that he partly blames the Santa Monica, California private school, Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences, for changing his daughter (son.)  “She went beyond socialism to being a full communist and thinking that anyone rich is evil.”




Volume I (1999) of Alan Watt’s Cutting Through series of books is entitled The Androgynous (Hermaphroditic) Agenda.  On page 1, he made a pun on an old movie and called the section “From Queer to Maternity.”  On page 2, he showed the symbol of the CROSS, and illustrated its significance.  Crossbreeding, cross-dresser, cross-gender, a-cross the sky. 

Let us consider TRANS.  A transverse plane, or horizontal axial or transaxial plane cuts the body A-CROSS, into two halves, the superior and inferior.  The sagittal plane cuts the body into left and right halves longitudinally – head to toe.  The TRANSverse plane bisects the sagittal plane right about the navel, that concave little area that at one time fed you all you needed, mother to unborn infant.




            In 2022, Elon Musk added another set of twins to his offspring; he has now fathered eleven children.  This time the mother comes from the world of business.  Shivon Zillis is a Canadian venture capitalist focused on technology and artificial intelligence.  She is employed by Elon Musk’s Neuralink, the company that is working on a brain-computer interface (BCI) or brain chip and has just announced it’s going into human trials.  Good to go!  Only 1500 dead monkeys so far.  Zillis is Neuralink’s Director of Operations and Special Projects.  One can certainly say that the in vitro fertilized twins are a very special project indeed.  Walter Isaacson has confirmed the names, a son named Strider, and a daughter named Azure. 

            When news of the twins broke, Musk tweeted, “Doing my best to help the underpopulation crisis. A collapsing birth rate is the biggest danger civilization faces by far.  I hope you have big families and congrats to those who already do.”

            Elon Musk plays both sides of the fence.  Any fence.  On all issues.  Why?  Because he is the fool.  The court jester.  According to Musk, climate change is perhaps the biggest problem facing mankind.  He is focused on sustainability, electric vehicles, and Mars.  But he’s the billionaire wildcard who jests about underpopulation when everyone else in the Lucky Gene Club is crying “overpopulation.”  He has said that genetic reprograming, increasing the bandwidth interface of the brain, and artificial intelligence are areas ripe for innovation.  He has repeatedly said that no matter the caution with which artificial intelligence is utilized, humans will lose out in terms of employment and has been championing a universal basic income (UBI) for years.

            As the court jester, Musk’s employees tweeted hourly to mock various aspects of Operation Covid: masking, lockdowns, loss of freedom of speech.  But every time we saw him make a public appearance, he was masked.  Because of the total coordination of the media, there was little said about Tesla’s role in manufacturing the CureVac mRNA vaccine.  Elon Musk repeatedly sings the praises of mRNA vaccines while his team tweeted about the problems with the rollout and the unfairness of mandates.  Musk has gone on record to say that he and all his children have received Covid-19 vaccines.  

Musk offers free speech.  If it’s “lawful but awful” you will be throttled.  But he’d never ban you outright!  No!  He’s a man for the people.


            If you have never seen Things to Come, the 1936 film based on the 1933 book by H.G. Wells, The Shape of Things to Come, it’s worth watching.  As a cultural artifact, it’s interesting to see the use of a mini-skirt three decades before those were introduced.  They slipped by the sloppy censors, because it’s science-fiction, and naturally all women in the future will need to wear next to nothing.

            What H.G. Wells wrote about was a brotherhood.  He called it Wings Over the World, the brotherhood of the sky.  The brotherhood is based in Basra, Iraq and they’ve decided it’s time to put an end to war and run things their way.  Their pilots sprayed the sky with the Gas of Peace which renders the inhabitants of Everytown temporarily unconscious.  When they awaken, they find themselves under the control of WOtW, and so it goes, down through time.  By 2036, civilization is thriving and living in modern underground cities.  For some reason, the ruling elite wear very short togas.  They’re excitedly preparing for their first crewed flight around the moon.

            This is just about where we find ourselves now, gassed by decades of entertainment, too groggy to even realize how many of us fell victim to Operation C.  The man in the motorcycle leathers (toga,) his face emblazoned on everything, all the time, tells us how wonderful the future will be if only xxxx and xxxx are dealt with.  The X’s change on a regular basis.  What is an “X”?  A CROSS.



What do pirates do?  They plunder.  They steal by force, especially in time of war.  Pillage.


            In this Redux 128, from February 14, 2007, entitled “Public-Private-Pirate Enterprises / Sun, Stars and Spray,” Alan mentioned the movie The Devil’s Advocate, and how the Devil, played by Al Pacino, planned to take over the world with armies of lawyers.  Alan said, “…this is where we are today because we cannot say that the world system is illegal. They have made everything which they do legal. It's just simply immoral you see. It's morally bankrupt and that's the difference.”


In 2010, Tesla received a $465 million dollar loan from the U.S. Energy Department and that was repaid in 2013, about a decade before the loan was due.  This is a fact that is widely publicized and repeated on “green” and “sustainable” sites to answer Musk’s critics.  Presumably, SpaceX’s multi-billion-dollar contract with NASA and multi-million-dollar contract with the U.S. Air Force are straight payments for services rendered.  Haha.

            According to a Los Angeles Times investigation, by 2015 Elon Musk’s companies had received $4.9 billion in government loans, contracts, tax credits and subsidies, and in the eight years subsequent those companies will have received much more.  That’s just the U.S.  His businesses are international and tax credits and subsidies will flow in from all over the world. 

            During the second quarter of 2020, Tesla earned $428 million in regulatory credits.  Every quarter of every year, that one company is raking in those credits.  Here is how the perfectly legal pirate plunder works.  According to Car and Driver, “Through having an all-electric lineup, Tesla amasses regulatory credits from various sources around the world. The credits are given out to automakers based on the vehicles they sell; in some areas, credits are given out based on the number of electric vehicles an automaker sells, and in others, it is based on the emissions that come from the vehicles sold… Similar measures have been put in place in the European Union, where rules mandate average emissions from new vehicles. In order to avoid what could have amounted to over $2.1 billion in fines according to analysts, Fiat Chrysler paid Tesla hundreds of millions of dollars, so their vehicles are counted in the same fleet and therefore FCA’s emissions are averaged with those of Tesla.”  What mind can think up a scheme like this?  The pirate’s mind.


            When you’re making your way through the minefields of a system which is totally controlled, you can take for granted that most of what we’re given as “news” is spin, publicity and outright lies.  Alan always reminded us to think for ourselves.  

This is what I think about Elon Musk.  He plays a pirate in the same way that Johnny Depp played a pirate.  Well, not the same way.  Depp got eyeliner and earrings and Musk just gets unusual haircuts and motorcycle jackets.  But they’re both actors.  The Wall Street Journal and the New York Times and Forbes can dedicate as much space as they like in their publications to try and convince me otherwise, but I’m not swayed.  An Aspen Institute star-maker like Walter Isaacson can tell me that he had generous access to Musk over a two-year period, that Musk is not a micro-manager, but in Musk’s own words, a nano-manager.  Musk has a reputation for being a hard manager, but he’s misunderstood…on and on and on. 

People and institutions far above Musk have shaped our new world, generations in the making.  The companies under Musk’s “ownership” are an interesting collection.  They herald a bright future where the Brotherhood of the Sky reigns supreme.  But someone else is steering the ship. Musk is a figurehead, like the great ships always had.  A unicorn.  A mermaid.  Somebody had to play the role of the richest man on earth and right now it’s Elon Musk.



In the last segment of the original audio from February 14, 2007, Alan talked about H.G. Wells’ Things to Come and the scientific elite who would run the world.   Geoengineering, lines of chemtrails.  X marks the spot.


© Not Sure


Additional reading:


Grimes demands Elon Musk let her see her son, says SpaceX chief is ‘ripping my family apart



Elon Musk: The Modern Torch Bearer For Historic Technocracy



Other Automakers Paid Tesla a Record $428 Million Last Quarter (Jul 2020)



Even Among Corporate Raiders, Elon Musk Is a Pirate