It amazes me what captivates the imaginations of the indolent who, like a junkie working the street for a fix, surf the internet twenty-four seven for when all is said and done amounts to nothing but rumor and gossip. Those that were really there seldom talk about it. They must learn to forget, if not for anything else then to just continue their existence in what is now clearly an artificial reality to anyone seeing further than their next payday.
The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time by Preston Nichols and Peter Moon is where the simulated reality began, its where I began. I wrote for five years on the internet, and garnered millions of reads, without ever even mentioning it, except in a book that would remain unpublished for eight years, until finally being goaded into it by assorted spooks and gremlins. When I did, I was purged from the internet and Nexus Magazine refused to have anything more to do with me. The price of the truth is anonymity and since man is a social beast it’s a price no man wants to pay.
My second piece on the topic was in 2017; Peter Pan Meets Pyramid Head, and when it was published in Veterans Today and Nexus Magazine, to say the shit hit the fan would be an understatement. I grew up in the shadow of the Montauk lighthouse and radar dish of Camp Hero. My father was stationed there during the Korean War. Preston Nichols was a very good friend of mine and I dare say he told me things Peter Moon never even dreamed of.
Below, in chronological order, are the articles that transformed me from Americas budding answer to David Icke to a National Security issue. It started innocently enough with Montauk, a synopsis of what the Montauk Project is according to Preston Nichols and a short take of one of my experiences in Montauk. But I am not an innocent man and neither are they…
Below are two links where you can purchase Those Who Would Arouse Leviathan. I would suggest you buy it in hardcopy, not because I make more, I actually make the most from Amazon E books, but because you will avoid giving Amazon any money. Frankly you should be shooting Amazon employees in the street, Google too.