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THE MOOG DOODLE

Posted by George Freund on May 23, 2012 at 7:50 AM

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Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends...

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The infamous Google doodle has returned with a very unique variation on the theme. At first glance I thought the theme would have developed into a simple type of Enigma coding machine used to great effect in WWII. It required advanced knowledge of the settings to set the code wheels in the machine. However, encryption codes at even that level are easily broken with modern computers.

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I feel confident that we are still dealing with a code based on riddle and innuendo of facts related to the subject in this case Robert Moog. He invented the Moog Synthesizer an electronic instrument that was all the rage in the early days of rock music. Everyone who was anyone used them. The introductory line was from the group Emerson, Lake and Palmer known as ELP. It was from their song Karn Evil 9 on the Brain Salad Surgery album. If I was a betting man, I'd look at that song for settings on this Enigma.

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One of the most famous groups to use the Moog Synthesizer was of course the Beatles. They used it in Here comes the Sun and Maxwell's Silver Hammer. In light of the recent solar eclipse we have to assume the worshippers of Amen Ra were in all their glory. A human sacrifice would really set things straight. The use of Maxwell's Silver Hammer could make quite an epitaph to someone.

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Of all the possibilities I feel the lead candidate would be Stephen Ivens the missing FBI agent. He allegedly broke down and exposed his fellowes as dark and sinister claiming an impending terror attack on U.S. soil. Stephen worked as a high level intelligence officer. He was in a position to know. His neighbour reported him staggering on the street the day before he disappeared May 11th. It was common practice to sacrifice dogs to Amen Ra. The maniacs who run the asylum may have very well felt that way about him.

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It is alleged that Stephen approached a Russian diplomat in Los Angeles. He was concerned that a false flag operation was to be set into motion. He was said to comment on his fellowes being all insane. The plot was so evil perhaps even Karn Evil. It must have been good whatever it was because Stephen would have been locked up for a very, very long time if he got caught revealing the deep dark secrets of the plot to a foreign power.

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In light of the fact a group of patsies were arrested in Chicago for the NATO conference provides a solid clue that our surmise is in fact quite accurate. In the classic application of the false flag attack as evidenced successfully in Oklahoma City and almost achieved in the Toronto terror plot by the infamous Toronto 18. That one was stopped by moi because I was following the police and intelligence operatives and blew their cover on several radio forums when they started hauling explosives into the downtown core of Toronto. They find and develop a group of fools to have them stand in the open while the events in the shadows are unleashed. That usually implies preplanted explosives lately. It is EVIL. They are INSANE. Ivens is quite correct.

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Moog developed another electronic machine as well called the Theremin. It was invented by a Russian which puts us on track with a Russian liaison. This machine allows a hands free application as it plays to the movements of your hand like a puppet or a patsy on a string. It is this trail that reveals the innuendo that has great significance in the classic sense of the Google doodle. You see the Moog was used in the scores to several pertinent films. They include Spellbound, The Lost Weekend, and The Day the Earth Stood Still. They are each cult classics. Their plots fit the design of the information being revealed.

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Spellbound is a psychological mystery thriller about a mental hospital in Vermont. It is classic Hitchcock. A doctor in the hospital is murdered and replaced with a double whose memory is blocked. Psychological operations are all the norm at the FBI's Manchurian Hilton.

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The Lost Weekend is a Ray Milland classic where the lead character wanders the streets in a drunken stupor lost trying to pawn his typewriter. It almost sounds like our FBI agent Ivens. He was last seen staggering and has been 'lost' for more than a weekend.

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Finally The Day the Earth Stood Still ends the trilogy. An alien lands at the White House and tries to invoke peace only to be attacked by man. Has the Earth stood still over the weekend? The NATO radar was turned on. The Cold War is on slow boil. We are faced with a denouement. Klaatu, the alien, is the subject of a massive manhunt just like Ivens. Ultimately he is shot. A robot in company with Klaatu will lay waste to the Earth. The phrase "Klaatu barada nikto" stops him. The world is saved from destruction. Has the Google doodle told us the same? The Theremin was a robotic device. These are strange times indeed. Without guides we are condemned to the wilderness like perhaps Ivens.

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We have been warned. In other clues to the doodle Avant garde jazz musician Sun Ra often used the Moog as his instrument of choice to achieve his unique sound. Sun Ra is of course reference to Amen Ra. The group Bread used the moog on their "London Bridge" album. And Moog from a German family origin came from Marburg. Marburg fever is a deadly pathogen. They are all insane. We cannot leave anything out.

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