The One About the Flu Shot and Timothy Leary


by Not Sure

24 July 2022


                We cannot get it through our heads that there are powers in this world that don’t have our best interests at heart.”

-          Alan Watt "Cutting Through The Matrix" LIVE on RBN, 1 Sept. 2008 “Terrifying Propaganda Says You'll Die - Oh What to Do?


In this Redux talk from 2008, Alan Watt discusses how private corporations (pharmaceutical manufacturers) hire publicists to put a positive spin on drugs (no need for truth in marketing) then make deals with governments to buy their products which governments in turn force us to take.  He read from an article in a Canadian paper which was downplaying any of the risks involved in the Gardasil vaccine for human papillomavirus (HPV) which was approved for medical use in the United States in 2006 for use in young females.  The slant of the article was that risks were very slight when weighed against benefits and even some of the worst side effects, e.g. anaphylactic shock, were not a cause for concern.  Don’t worry, we have the antidote for you if that happens!

                In 2008, there were quite a few articles about serious side effects associated with this vaccine and stories of young girls suffering with vaccine injuries.  Fourteen years later, what stories would I find about HPV vaccines and Gardasil in particular?  I did a “news” search with the keywords “HPV vaccine” and the top story that I came up with was from 21 July 2022 “Human Papillomavirus Vaccine (HPV) Market to Reach $10.8 Bn, Globally, by 2031.  I noticed that there is a big PR push in India for HPV vaccines right now.  From The Indian Express 16 July 2022, “Cervical cancer: What is the right age to take the HPV vaccine?  From MSN, 19 July 2022, “India's first cervical cancer vaccine Cervavac to be out soon, know how it works.”  And from Australia’s ABC News, “One dose of HPV vaccine enough to protect girls and young women against cervical cancer: WHO.”

                Because I remember the spate of bad publicity that accompanied the Gardasil release, I wondered why I couldn’t find any stories about adverse reactions, at least not without a lot of digging.  (I didn’t really wonder!  I know how this works and we’ve all lived through the Covid-19 and censorship.) Lots of digging and the first round went to law firms working on class action suits around vaccine injuries.  There’ll be a lot of money at stake and so I cannot rely upon the write-ups done by huge legal firms as these too are a type of PR.  More digging…

                What I found on my way to truth was a lot, I mean a whole lot, of positive spin on HPV vaccines, and how the incidents of cervical cancer have been greatly reduced because of these vaccines.  There is also coverage which is in the “outright lies” category, the real fake news.  Here’s an example from Insider (formerly known as Business Insider) 20 April 2022, “Common, rare, and entirely bogus side effects of the HPV vaccine.” A quote from that article (emphasis mine):


Misinformation about HPV vaccines has also raised concerns that it may lead to the following:


    Chronic fatigue syndrome

    Complex regional pain syndrome

    Postural tachycardia syndrome


Studies have found no increase in cases of these conditions among people who have been vaccinated against HPV compared with people who have not.”  


                When I read that line, I simply didn’t believe it.  I recognized it as the kind of outright lie that Alan mentioned in this talk was used by manufacturers (and the media who promote their products.)

This called for serious digging into the peer-reviewed science articles, themselves a viper’s nest.  Here’s a quote from a 2019 study in the Journal of Rheumatic Diseases and, “Hidden Toxicity of Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Ingredients” (emphasis mine):


Recent publications originating from Italy, Japan, Australia, Columbia, India, Ireland, Denmark, Mexico, Norway, Sweden, Canada, France, the USA, and the United Kingdom have reported post-HPV vaccination phenomena that share overlapping clinical features with chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis (CFS/ME), fibromyalgia (FM), postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS), complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), small fiber neuropathy (SFN), and autonomic dysfunction (AD) [1,2]. Typical symptoms include (but are not limited to) prolonged generalized fatigue, chronic headaches, widespread generalized pain, tremors, orthostatic fainting, postural tachycardia, alterations in gastrointestinal motility, gait disturbance, anxiety, paresthesia's, sleep disturbance, learning impairment, difficulty in concentration, and other cognitive phenomena.”


                Here is a quote from a study published in January 2022 on PubMed, “Post-HPV-Vaccination Mast Cell Activation Syndrome: Possible Vaccine-Triggered Escalation of Undiagnosed Pre-Existing Mast Cell Disease?” (emphasis mine):


For nearly a decade, case reports and series have emerged regarding dysautonomias—particularly postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS)—presenting soon after vaccination against human papilloma virus (HPV). We too have observed a number of such cases (all following vaccination with the Gardasil product) and have found several to have detectable mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS) as well as histories suggesting that MCAS was likely present long before vaccination. We detail 11 such cases here, posing a hypothesis that HPV vaccination (at least with the Gardasil product) may have triggered or exacerbated MCAS in teenagers previously not recognized to have it.


The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is efficacious in preventing complications of human papillomavirus infection including cervical cancer. However, there have been case reports of adverse events occurring after vaccination, one being postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS). This article reviews published data and other available information regarding the relationship between the human papillomavirus vaccine and POTS.


                Surprise, surprise!  Insider published outright lies. Misinformation. Fake news.  Here’s a current headline “World Health Organization declares monkeypox outbreak a global emergency.”


                Back in 2008, prior to this Alan Watt broadcast, LifeSite News published this piece, “Gardasil – 18 Dead, Thousands Suffer Complications.”  This is from that article:


Judicial Watch looked at more than 8,000 reports of adverse events in girls and young women after they were injected with the HPV vaccine Gardasil.  The reports reveal everything from massive wart outbreaks to seizures, paralysis and death.  Ten deaths were reported since September 2007 (LifeSite News published this in July 2008), bringing the total to 18 since the vaccine was approved for use in 2006.


In this year (2008) there have been 140 reported “serious” complications, 27 of which were categorized as “life-threatening,” as well as ten spontaneous abortions and six cases of Guillain-Barré Syndrome. “Given all the questions about Gardasil, the best public health policy would be to re-evaluate its safety and to prohibit its distribution to minors. In the least, governments should rethink any efforts to mandate or promote this vaccine for children,” stated Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.


Gwen Landolt, national vice-president of REAL Women of Canada commented on the lack of proper testing before Gardasil was pushed through the approval process and the consequences of its widespread use.


“The long-term consequences of Gardasil are not known. The manufacturer admits this and agrees it does not know its effect on young girls’ cancer risk, on their immunity system, on their reproductive system, or its genetic effects. In due course, we will know this, possibly in twenty or thirty years from now when these young girls, the innocent subjects of the Gardasil experiment have become grown women and then report the consequences of their having taken the medication in their childhood on medical advice.”




                In this talk, Alan read from a Daily Mail article "Flu jab that costs £115m a year does not cut death rate in elderly.”  According to the article, “Having a flu jab does not cut the death rate among the elderly… vaccination has a virtually non-existent effect on the risk of dying prematurely and that previous studies have ' exaggerated' the apparent benefits.”

                In November, the jab's co-inventor Australian biochemist Dr. Graeme Laver told the Daily Mail the jab did not guarantee protection.  He said 'I have never been very impressed with its efficacy.  'It is better than nothing and I wouldn't want to advise people not to take it, but you can't rely on it doing any good.'  

                The article continued, “However, a Department of Health spokesman said: 'Studies show that flu vaccines give about 70 to 80 per cent protection against flu infection.” (Emphasis mine.)


                The quote from an unnamed Department of Health spokesman struck me as another lie, so I did a little bit of research into the efficacy of the annual flu vaccine.  All throughout my adult life, I have this recollection of hype surrounding the flu, the promotion of the flu shot and then subsequent reporting that “we didn’t nail the right strain this year” or “it wasn’t as effective as researchers had hoped.”  According to WebMD in 2021, “This Year’s Flu Vaccine Is a ‘Major Mismatch,’ Researcher Says.  In March of 2022, The New York Times published “Flu Vaccine Was Not Very Effective This Season, the C.D.C. Says.”

                Was there someplace that tracked the “official” effectiveness of each year’s flu vaccine?  I went to the source we’ve all come to trust, the U.S.’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and looked at the following chart, “Adjusted vaccine effectiveness estimates for influenza seasons from 2004-2022.”  The CDC gives estimated vaccine effectiveness (and 95% credible interval [Cr I]) by age group and virus subtype.  First, you’ll need to read the CDC document “How Flu Vaccine Effectiveness and Efficacy are Measured.  I am not sure if my calculations are exactly in line with their measurement system which was complicated, to say the least.  You can get out your calculator and take a crack at it.  According to the first set of numbers supplied by the CDC, I average the effectiveness of the annual flu vaccine at just under 32%.  If I follow their second set of numbers (I never could figure out why two sets of numbers are supplied), then the average effectiveness of the vaccine is right around 50%.  And of course, we are only averaging seventeen years, not eighteen, because according to the CDC, “2020-2021 flu vaccine effectiveness was not estimated due to low flu virus circulation during the 2020-2021 flu season.”  Hahahahahaha!!!

                When you really sit back and see what you’re looking at, it’s just so ridiculous.  We’re supposed to rush out and take a vaccine, that is at best, only 50% effective.  As Alan said, you might as well cross yourselves for protection.


"Terrifying Propaganda Says You'll Die - Oh What to Do?

Roll Up Your Sleeve, Take a Jab, It May Prevent the Flu,

The Inventor has No Faith In It, and Studies are Askew,

The Makers Tell You'll Go to Hell if You Should Catch the Flu,

The Public's in a Quandary to Which Study Must be True,

Government's Mandate Says Don't be Late, We Must Prevent the Flu"

© Alan Watt 1 September 2008


                But you cannot suppress a good con.  According to the Mayo Clinic’s website, “Flu shot: Your best bet for avoiding influenza” which goes on to say “Getting a flu shot will often protect you from coming down with the flu. And although the flu shot doesn't always provide total protection, it's worth getting.”  Here’s a headline you gotta love from LiveScienceThe flu shot isn't that effective. Here's why you should still get it.”


                But what’s going on today, right now? What’s the latest spin on the Covid-19 vaccines?  Here’s a headline from Medical News Today, “New evidence finds heart conditions extremely rare after COVID-19 vaccination.”  This is what you are supposed to take away from reading the article, “A Canadian study shows that myocarditis and pericarditis after COVID-19 mRNA vaccinations are extremely rare… Experts stress that developing COVID-19 poses a greater risk of myocarditis and pericarditis than being vaccinated.”  And also, “Most cases are mild and ‘self-limiting’.” 

                Go back to sleep.  Relax!  Except I bothered to look at the Canadian study which was published last week in the British Medical Journal.  One of the conclusions of the study was that “adolescent and young adult men are at the highest risk of myocarditis after mRNA vaccination.  The word ‘rare’ was used in the following conclusion: “Incidence of myocarditis in children aged 5-11 years is very rare but certainty was low. Data for clinical risk factors were very limited.”  The study went on to say that incidents of myocarditis and pericarditis after Covid-19 vaccination appeared as early as April of 2021.  Symptoms include persisting chest pain, shortness of breath, palpitations, or a combination of these symptoms. 

                What does “self-limiting” mean? Because according to Medical News Today, most cases of myocarditis were ‘mild’ and ‘self-limiting’.  On the British Medical Journal, a doctor complained that if you looked online there were conflicting definitions of self-limiting.   a) a disease that tends to go away on its own, without treatment.  Or, b) a disease that is typically not affected by treatment and tends to persist.  According to the blithe treatment of the term in the Medical News Today article about the findings of the Canadian study on myocarditis, we would be led to believe it was a) a disease that tends to go away on its own, without treatment.  In other words, no big deal.  But according to most other sources, the treatment for myocarditis depends upon the cause.  Few causes are treatable and thus the focus is on treatment management.  Myocarditis has been reported to be a major cause of sudden cardiac death (SCD) in infants, adolescents, and young adults.  Complications include heart failure and cardiac arrest.  There are a lot of studies out lately about abnormal heart metabolism and something I had never, ever, heard about until this year called Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS), but any connection between SADS and Covid-19 vaccines has been debunked.

                My main takeaway from reading the study in the British Medical Journal is that researchers need much more time and data.  As with the Medical News Today summation, if any mainstream press outlets run with stories on this study, they will stick to finding that “incidence of myocarditis after mRNA vaccination is a rare adverse event” and ignore the conclusion that “continued surveillance of myocarditis after mRNA vaccines” is needed as is “long term follow-up of patients with myocarditis” and many more studies to “help to identify and guide recommendations for those who might be at higher risk.”  Of course, if you are one of the more than 8000 cases studied, you might quibble with “rare” and “mild” as descriptions of your very real suffering.




                At Cutting Through the Matrix, we are in the midst of a series of Redux and Excerpts on the New Age.  It turns out that Alan Watt had a lot to say about the New Age, and one of the educational aspects of putting out this series is that we get to see just how important all of the elements of the New Age are to the agenda of eugenics, sustainability and depopulation.  I was re-listening to the clip that started out the mid-week series on 13 July 2022.  The Excerpt was entitled New Age - Deactivate Survival Instincts from an Alan Watt blurb from 6 June 2007, "Tunnel Vision - Brought to You by Those with Vision."  It contained a few quotes that are pertinent to all the themes in this week’s Redux and this piece.


                The New Agers are taught to look upon the positive. Therefore, they don't want to know what's happening in the world, so they've been deactivated from participating and being indignant about the horrors that are happening and will happen… That's the sad state of the world. It's the true state of the world; and nothing grabs people’s attention more than escapism into the supernatural…There are other people who truly believe they can mix science with religion or those things that religion talks about or promotes. Yet, science itself has been directed for hundreds, if not thousands of years to a specific ending. You can't use something which is intended to dominate you.  It didn't come with two handles. It came with one handle; and those who design these sciences hold the handle. You can't have a bit of one and the other. "You can't have your cake and eat it too," as they say.  Science will not help. Science is designed to alter humanity into better servants. Science is designed to give massive life-extension to a small dominant minority. They will not extend it to others, because they have a de-population agenda on the go at the same time. Why would they give you life extension?  Think about it.  They don't think you're so special.


                The stories about Gardasil and the flu vaccine and myocarditis illustrate Alan’s point. Science will not help. Science is designed to alter humanity into better servants.  In this talk, a caller from Australia moved the talk away from vaccines when he asked Alan about “the higher states of consciousness that are described by various mystics and gurus throughout the new age and eastern philosophy and even the psychedelic movement.” 

                Alan and the caller discussed this topic for about twenty minutes and it’s very interesting, so enjoy it all, but here are the first few lines of Alan’s reply (emphasis mine): “Well, I don’t really go into the new age because I know it’s promoted.  It’s been given the go-ahead to be promoted from the 60s onwards.  There are so many con men out there.  They tie it in with saving mother earth and so on.  It’s all wrapped into the program of eugenics and depopulation and putting nature above man.  All you can do in your lifetime is go by YOUR own experience, no one else’s experience.  Because you ARE the microcosm.  The old mystics used to tell people, you are the microcosm and the first thing they do is join a group to find out what’s already gone before, what the majority are into.  If you do that, you are lost; you are being used.  You are being used right away because only YOU can get the experience.  If you try to get it through drugs or anything else, you’ll never have an experience that will make sense to you.  The experience that you have, even in ancient times, had to be logical; it had to bring you to a state of consciousness.  Once it was over and gone, that consciousness stayed with you every single minute of every single day.  You didn’t have to take drugs or bend your ankles around your neck to get that experience back again.  Or do shallow breathing until you create acidosis in your bloodstream… to make you light-headed.  So, YOU, only YOUR experiences matter and no one else’s.  That’s really what they used to call as the spiritual experience.”


                Alan and the caller talked about Timothy Leary and his CIA connection, LSD and the Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO) and Aleister Crowley.  As I say, it’s a very good talk with many avenues of research that you can go down.  The avenue that I went down was Timothy Leary.  Because he has had so much written about him, and had been so thoroughly covered, he just never really entered my consciousness except as a cultural icon like Elvis or Madonna, but I have spent hours this last week reading about Timothy Leary. He has been called the “godfather of LSD,” “the high priest of LSD” and Richard Nixon called him “the most dangerous man in America.”  “Hero of American consciousness” was what the poet Allen Ginsberg called him.  Later, Ginsberg (along with Ram Dass, aka Richard Alpert, and Timothy’s son Jack Leary) famously lambasted Timothy Leary for being “an FBI informant,” a “cop informant,” a “liar,” and a “paranoid schizophrenic.”

                Because Timothy Leary has been mythologized, even his fiercest critics have a hard time looking at the little man dispassionately.  The writer who came closest to summing him up in a way that seems to me to offer some accurate insights, was W.H. Bowart, a counter-culture figure who had been close enough to Leary to marry Peggy Hitchcock (of the Hitchcock family whose mansion – Millbrook - was for years Ground Zero of the LSD “mission.”)  Bowart was thick into the world of psychedelics and the New Age, so one has to look at his seminal work Operation Mind Control with Eyes Wide Open.  Bowart writes about Leary “That smile was his trademark. It was a smile which masked his vacuity and desperation. It was the smile of a pretender.”  This from a man who spent a lot of time with Leary. 

                I didn’t need to spend any time with him to recognize someone completely devoid of character, a self-aggrandizing, womanizing, celebrity wannabe whose son Jack said he “never wanted to be a guru. He wanted to be a rock star, a Mick Jagger, but he couldn’t play the guitar.”  When his first wife was distraught about his repeated infidelities and confronted him over his latest affair, he told her “That’s your problem.”  She committed suicide on his 35th birthday.  He married that mistress, but the marriage broke up shortly after police were called when neighbors said they heard him hitting her.  Years later, one of his daughters hung herself in prison where she was incarcerated for shooting her lover.


                With his buddy Richard Alpert, Leary ran those first Harvard “experiments” which ended with both of them being dismissed from the university.  From there Leary went to the Millbrook mansion and the homosexual Alpert went to India only to return as Ram Dass (from Ram or Rama, which means dark or black, he was “servant of Ram” simplified for the West as “servant of God.”)


                Everyone who tracked the Millbrook “studies” reported that nothing scientific or systematic was going on there; just an endless LSD haze.  A Village Voice article said Leary and William Hitchcock, who “claimed to be running ‘experiments’ in the LSD field, were actually hosts to a five-year-long acid-soaked Millbrook melee, a monster party which often filled the mansion with 50 or 60 hippies at a time, their eyeballs full of the latest batch of LSD.”


                What we’re talking about here is the CIA.  It’s how culture is created, and myths are made.  We’re given the story of how Leary was persecuted by the FBI and the disgraced G. Gordon Liddy, his arch-nemesis.  What we know is that Leary didn’t have a particularly good reputation as a psychologist or research scientist, and chinks like this are some of the “qualities” intelligence agencies look for in assets.  He ran in circles with the wealthy in the Eastern establishment.  There’s a connection with the publisher of Time and Life, Henry Luce, an internationalist, who during the early 1960s was very interested in LSD.  The documentation connecting Luce and his publications to the CIA is well-established.  (Also see The New York Times article on the many links between the CIA and journalists both at home and abroad, as well as Carl Bernstein’s article for Rolling Stone about the CIA and the media.)


                We are given the myths and the more time passes, the more secure the myths become. 


                If I criticize LSD by quoting Alan Watt, “Science will not help. Science is designed to alter humanity into better servants,” then those of you committed to hallucinogens as your doorway to God will rebut with cries of “natural” and “psilocybin” and “Ayahuasca” and “peyote” and “shamans” and Native Indians, blah, blah, blah.  In this talk, Alan said to the caller about Timothy Leary and LSD, “Timothy Leary is ‘Time of the Leery.’  That’s what it means.  A ‘leerie’ is the man who lit the flame on the gas lamp posts in London before the electricity came in.  That’s what a leerie is.  His job was to go out into the world and promulgate the beauty of getting yourself bombed out of your mind with LSD.  He worked, and it’s been declassified, FOR the CIA.  The CIA promoted the drug use and so on throughout the Western world.  This was all to get the children, the youngsters separated from their parents, which was very, very affective.  That was part of the program along with bringing in, again, the Beatles too.  They were TOLD to go over to India and start promoting the Hindu philosophies.” 

          [The Scottish writer R.L. Stevenson popularized the Scottish term for lamplighters – “leerie” – in his 1885 poem, “The Lamplighter”.  The leerie lit the gas lamps in towns and cities before electric light.]  

          You can stay bombed out of your skull, looking for God, ignoring the horrors all around you.  Myself, I am deeply leary (leery) of anything and anyone that is promoted for me to follow, and Timothy Leary was more heavily promoted than just about anyone in the last sixty years, along with drugs and all things New Age.





             While I was researching this, I saw that one of the “experiments” that Leary and Alpert did with LSD at Harvard was done at the Marsh Chapel (The Marsh Chapel Experiment aka The Good Friday Experiment.) There was a picture of one of the stained-glass windows there called the Rose window.  This was a type of window that was common in Gothic churches and cathedrals, Christ symbolized as the center light, surrounded by the four gospel writers, the apostles and the saints.  Some windows show God’s dominion over heaven and earth by including Zodiacal signs.  The Rose window at Harvard reminded me of a Hindu or Buddhist mandala and I learned that some Christian symbols such as those seen in esoteric Christianity, Christian Hermeticism, Christian Alchemy, and Rosicrucianism are often used as mandalas.  But where had I seen something so similar to that just recently? The Psychedelic Experience: A Manual Based on the Tibetan Book of the Dead by Timothy Leary.  The book has been issued with many covers, but several of them bring to mind the Rose window at Harvard and similar mandalas.


                I found an article and a video about Susan Sarandon’s 2015 appearance at the Burning Man Festival where she conducted a ceremony with some of the ashes of Timothy Leary.  She was one of a few people who received a small portion of Leary’s ashes when he died in 1996.  About the ceremony, Sarandon said, “I think he would have loved the chaos. He would have loved it. And all these people honoring him with LSD.”

                Most of Leary’s ashes were sent into space (don’t ask, I didn’t bother to find out how) in 1997, but Sarandon decided that the Burning Man Festival was the appropriate place for her to dispense with her grams of him.  She talked about how she wasn’t really into chemicals, but she had enjoyed Ayahuasca and mushrooms and “things like that.” 

                At the beginning of the film of the ceremony that I watched, there was a little statue of a cherub, “peeing” water, followed by a close-up of a photo of Timothy Leary.  Susan Sarandon was dressed in a short white wedding dress with a garland of white flowers in her hair.  The camera pans around to show that there are at least a couple of naked young men wandering about the tent.  Sarandon tells the crowd that they will walk with the ashes to the Totem of Confession that they’ve built for the climax of the ceremony and Leary’s ashes will stay there until they burn the Totem down. “He’ll be double crispy on Saturday.  He’ll be re-cremated on Saturday.”  She went on to say, “If anybody here doesn’t know who Timothy Leary is and you’ve taken acid, you should be ashamed of yourself.”  She tells them that she is so happy that everyone there has taken part in this sacrament and then goes on to praise Leary for taking LSD away from the CIA and making it a means of exploration for everybody.  She trots out the tired old myth about how he was persecuted by the FBI and imprisoned for his efforts.  She referred to Leary as a “prophet.” Sarandon talked about how the majority of Leary’s ashes were jettisoned into space, but he left a “tiny bit…just a little hors d’oeuvre-y portion” (gosh, isn’t she clever?) “for a few people, and I was lucky enough to be one of those” people.

                In the end, I’m not sure what Susan really did with her portion of Timothy’s ashes.  She told a few reporters that she drank them, while she told her fellow sacrament-takers that the ashes would be burnt “double crispy” on Saturday.  It’s all fun and games with the guru’s remains.


                One of the reveler/sacrament-takers was a bearded, neo-hippy with some really cool and expensive kaleidoscopic sunglasses, waxing poetic about how wonderful the world would be when all the commercialism was gone, when basically everything and everyone was wiped out, “all burnt wasteland” and only “the rawest, realest cats out there surviving through music and spirituality.”


                There was a picture of Sarandon at some kind of event sponsored by American Express, their logo plastered all over the background against which she was photographed.  On the wall beside the AmEx logos, was a picture of Timothy Leary with the caption, “To learn how to use your head, you have to go out of your mind. 


                In one of the pictures of Sarandon at the Burning Man Festival, she is sprawled on the floor, wearing overalls, surrounded by an open can of black paint and a hammer.  She was wearing a pair of suede shoe-boots and she commented that these were the perfect shoes for Burning Man.  Below her photograph there was a boxed window with an ad that read “Get Susan Sarandon’s Burning Man boots here.  The boots are “so versatile they’ll look good with a floaty bohemian dress or jeans and a white T-shirt.           


                But what really struck me was that I was watching a Rosicrucian ceremony.  Something like the Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz.  Alchemy, death, resurrection, ascension and the bride wore white.


                Years ago, maybe at an Academy Awards show, Susan Sarandon said (to her audience of insiders) that “we are the culture creators” and Sarandon has done her bit in support of progressive and left-wing political causes, for UNICEF, for LGBTQ rights.  Several years ago, at the end of a relationship she told a gay magazine, PrideSource, that "My sexual orientation is up for grabs."


                I wonder sometimes what other people see when they look at something that I’ve looked at.  Do they see Susan Sarandon in a wedding dress carrying the ashes of Timothy Leary and immediately think of Christian Rosenkreutz?  Or did they see something else I saw?  The remains of an actor-of-sorts carried to their final “resting” place by a shoe saleswoman.


© Not Sure


Additional reading/viewing:


Hidden Toxicity of Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Ingredients (2019)


Common, rare, and entirely bogus side effects of the HPV vaccine


Post-HPV-Vaccination Mast Cell Activation Syndrome: Possible Vaccine-Triggered Escalation of Undiagnosed Pre-Existing Mast Cell Disease?,POTS%20and%20CRPS%20%5B16%5D


Human Papillomavirus Vaccine and Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome: A Review of Current Literature


Association between quadrivalent human papillomavirus vaccination and selected syndromes with autonomic dysfunction in Danish females: population based, self-controlled, case series analysis


The Gardasil Girls: How Toronto Star story on young women hurt public trust in vaccine


Gardasil – 18 Dead, Thousands Suffer Complications


This Year’s Flu Vaccine Is a ‘Major Mismatch,’ Researcher Says


Flu Vaccine Was Not Very Effective This Season, the C.D.C. Says


Past Seasons Vaccine Effectiveness Estimates


Flu shot: Your best bet for avoiding influenza


The flu shot isn't that effective. Here's why you should still get it.


Flu jab that costs £115m a year does not cut death rate in elderly (2008)


Knowns, Unknowns of Vaccine Myocarditis Risks Summarized in ‘Living’ Review


Incidence, risk factors, natural history, and hypothesised mechanisms of myocarditis and pericarditis following covid-19 vaccination: living evidence syntheses and review


Sarandon Leary – American Express


Timothy Leary and Susan Sarandon - Future Eyes TV - Burning Man 2015


A psychedelic send-off for 'the godfather of LSD': Susan Sarandon lays Timothy Leary's ashes to rest in a 'church' at Burning Man


Inside The Strange Journey Of Tim Leary, From Harvard Professor To ‘The High Priest Of LSD’


C.I.A. Established Many Links to Journalists in U.S. and Abroad


Time Magazine’s Skewed Tribute to Henry Luce


Henry Luce and 20th Century U.S. Internationalism




The most interesting part of Timothy Leary’s FBI file is what isn’t in it


Leary Scored as ‘Cop Informant’ By His Son and 2 Close Friends


Timothy Leary's psychedelic life in Millbrook


Leary’s Daughter Dies After Hanging : Death: She was in custody after twice being judged mentally unfit to stand trial on charges of shooting her boyfriend last year. (1990)


Timothy Leary


'My Psychedelic Love Story'


Fifty Years After Timothy Leary’s Historic Laguna Beach Drug Bust, California Reconsiders Pyschedelics


Timothy Leary Turns 100: America’s LSD Messiah, Remembered By Those Who Knew Him


The long strange trip of Ram Dass and Timothy Leary


Ram Dass Rides the Holy-Man’s Circuit


The Acid Profiteers: Drop-Out, Turn-On, Cash-In


Timothy Leary, Susan Sarandon, Burning Man 2015


Acid Dreams (book)


Timothy Leary was an FBI informer


Was Timothy Leary A CIA Agent


April 13, 1953: CIA OKs MK-ULTRA Mind-Control Tests


Lords of the Revolution: Timothy Leary and the CIA. . .The Spy Who Came In From the (Ergot) Mold