Sorcha Faal Claims Russian Military Wants to Use Lasers to Defend Against Fallen Angels and Their Aryan Allies
After writing about Christian Nephilim conspiracies Wednesday and Thursday, I was surprised when I discovered a “news” story published this week claiming that the Russian government had issued a warning about the return of Fallen Angels. It took only a few seconds to determine that the story, appearing on Before It’s News and other fringe sites, had been reprinted from an original published in February by Sorcha Faal, the pseudonymous conspiracy theorist behind What Does It Mean, a low-quality conspiracy website. According to Rational Wiki, Faal may be David Booth, the owner of the website. Faal once claimed to be a Russian scientist, but the character’s biography was later amended to make her into an Irish mystic, with the name referring now to a succession of high priestesses of the Order of Sorcha Faal, one of whom was Russian.
According to the report, the Russian Military Scientific Committee of the Armed Forces called for the immediate provision of space lasers to key countries to battle a group of “interdimensional entities” that they believed planned to invade and seize the earth. Faal states that Russian authorities had been aware of these beings since World War II, when the Soviets had discovered that the Nazis were in contact with fallen angels or demons, whom they identified as the pagan gods of prehistory. According to Faal, the Russian military accepts all of fringe history’s goofiest claims:
These “fallen angels/demons”, this report explain, were once vanquished from our Earth about 5-6,000 years ago in what was then referred to by the ancients as “the great overturning” that nearly instantly froze millions of wooly mammoths of Siberia, destroyed the vast city-state known as Atlantis, and is recorded in the stories, religions and legends of all of our planets peoples as “the great flood”.
But there is a dark side to Faal’s crackpot history, since Faal ties the fallen angels to Aryan race theory, arguing that the fallen angels lived in the Indian subcontinent through to the Ukraine, and that the angel-human hybrids they produced were the Aryan race. The symbol of the fallen angels, Faal says, is the swastika, which is why the Aryans in India and the Nazis in Germany both used it.
Faal throws in a boatload of material most famously seen on past seasons of Ancient Aliens to bolster this argument: John Dee’s alleged communication with Fallen Angels (extended now to the supposed Nuremberg “UFO battle” of 1561, even though Dee was not in Germany at the time), the Nazi bell-shaped “time machine,” the supposed giant copper domes of Siberia (identified as a weapons defense system, as per Ancient Aliens, despite the continued lack of evidence for their existence), and even Jacques Vallée’s by no means unique suggestion that aliens and angels share a common mythos.
It is interesting that Faal reverses fringe history’s usual glorification of the Aryans by making them the product of evil rather than the exemplars of all that is good. I’m not exactly sure why this is, but Faal’s attempt to diabolize Russia’s old imperial rivals England and Germany as having had the upper hand over Russia in the past only through the intervention of evil supernatural forces suggests that there may be a real Russian connection to Sorcha Faal after all—though a nationalist one, not an actual set of real secrets.
Also, and perhaps most disturbingly, this report concludes, US-EU attempts to demonize President Putin and embroil Russia in war are, in fact, “an elaborate masquerade” designed so that these Western powers can overrun Siberia to destroy/dismantle what by all appearances seems to be an ancient defense system designed to protect our planet from these “fallen angel/demons” who are now in league with, if not outright controlling, nearly all of the Western nations on Earth.
Yes, indeed: Fallen Angels are in league with both Nazis and the West, but not glorious Russia and its all-powerful hero-tsar, Vladimir Putin.
Not to put too fine a point on it, but in the “Aryan” race was originally considered to be synonymous with Caucasian people, but under the Nazis, Aryanism became increasingly identified with its “purest” form, the Nordic, Teutonic, and Anglo-Saxon groupings. Thus, in the final phase of Aryan race theory before World War II, Slavs, like the Russians, were not considered Aryan and thus the Nazis considered them to be subhuman. Hitler argued that the Slavs had too much Jewish and Asiatic blood to be true Aryans, except for those who could prove descent from medieval German settlers. The rest, he said, were a “wave of filth.” Anyway, in Faal’s alleged Russian view of history, this means that the Russians invert the received claim of Aryan purity by arguing that Russians are in fact pure humans while the Aryan nations of the West are the corrupt racial hybrids born of supernatural evil.
If there is one truism about fringe history, it is that the stories fringe historians tell are never about the surface claims but rather the deeper resentments and anger beneath the surface, whether these are political, cultural, religious, personal, or a combination of all of them. After all, if you weren’t dissatisfied at some level, you wouldn’t be trying to overturn the conventional historical narrative.
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