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Monday, December 30, 2019

Decemystery (2019) 30: Project Blue Beam

Welcome to the new age.
The fifth and final Conspiracy Iceberg story for the year, I’ve mentioned this particular one quite a few times before. It’s ranked at Tier 2 and is something I’ve wanted to cover for a very long time too—close to three years to be exact. It is, without a shadow of a doubt, one of the most maddening things I’ve ever read. It’s time we finally discuss the most confounding conspiracy I’ve ever heard of: Project Blue Beam.

Everything is Fake: The Mystery of Project Blue Beam

Erroneously named Operation Blue Beam on the Conspiracy Iceberg, our story today is one that primarily focuses on the New World Order, though it’s driving force is religion. The idea behind Project Blue Beam is that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is devising this extraordinarily realistic and three-dimensional holographic technology that they’ll use to simulate the Second Coming of Jesus Christ (though it isn’t limited to just Jesus, but more on that later). This simulation will, in the end, result in the Antichrist being appointed as head of the New World Order and from there, the End Days begin. As for its name, I cannot find a definitive answer to that, but from what I can gather, the device[s] will emit blue beams to create the holographic images. Take that with a grain of salt though.

This is the abridged version and we’ll go over in much more detail in a bit as Project Blue Beam is significantly more complex than what I’ve described. For now, we need to focus on who made this theory. That person is a man by the name of Serge Monast.

A French-Canadian journalist from the city of Montreal in Quebec, Canada, Monast proposed the idea of Project Blue Beam into the public’s eye in 1994 when he published a book entitled “Project Blue Beam (NASA).” In this book, Monast presents, well, the idea that I mentioned above and much, much more, such as how the project was to begin in 1983, but didn’t. He then said it’d happen in 1995, then changed the year to 1996, and finally 2000. Nowadays—based on my own observation, the project will come to fruition in either 2021 or 2023. These dates have, throughout the years, changed repeatedly and we’ll get to that much later.

That book isn’t the only one that Monast ever wrote though. In 1995, the same year that Blue Beam was supposedly going to be carried out, he wrote what Wikipedia calls his “most detailed work”, a book entitled “Les Protocoles de Toronto (6.6.6)”. This book was modeled after the extremely controversial book “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion”. If you’re unfamiliar with that book, it’s said to be a book that supposedly describes a plan for Jewish global domination. Officially, the book is said to be a hoax fabricated by persons unknown (though some say it was plagiarized from various authors) for antisemetic purposes. I’ve always wanted to cover it from the perspective of who exactly authored it, but due to the absurdly volatile nature of the topic—let alone the book—I’ve always been hesitant to do so. Maybe if someone badgers me enough, I’ll give in. Until then though, let’s move on before this blog is shut down for merely mentioning the book.

Moanst’s book takes a different approach to things. In it, he claims that there’s a Masonic group named “6.6.6.” that, for two decades (at that time) had been world’s elite in an effort to establish a New World Order and to mind control the everyman. This belief is still held strong nowadays and whether or not Monast himself helped fuel that belief, I cannot say for sure.

A mere year after the book was published though, Monast died from a heart attack on December 5, 1996. His death has been the center of controversy from those that subscribe to the idea of Project Blue Beam and it’s not hard to see why if you’re at all familiar with stories like this. To many, he was assassinated by the Canadian government (alongside another journalist whose name is unknown), likely via a “heart attack gun.”

Silly as that may sound, a gun like that exists (or at least existed in some capacity). When former disgraced US president Richard Nixon was investigated by Congress for fear of having abused his power, a former CIA employee named Mary Embree stated she was tasked with developing an “Ice Gun.” This gun would fire a poison into the system of whoever was shot. They wouldn’t feel much more than a sting that’d be akin to that of a mosquito bite, nor would there be a noticeable sign of a wound (save for a “small red dot”). When an autopsy was performed, it would make it appear as though the victim had died of a heart attack.

This isn’t to say that Monast was killed by one of these so-called “heart attack guns”, but those that claim that such a gun exists—or existed—aren’t spouting off nonsense. Even if it was merely an idea, that’s enough for some to believe that perhaps there was a prototype that was used in a case like this. After all, get too close to the truth and people may want to stop you before you uncover something you weren’t meant to ever see.

I’m not here to backup any side though. I’m here to be nonpartisan (for the time being anyway) and merely convey information. As such, let’s move on.

There are claims that the intention was never to always murder Monast. Rather, there are theories that the Canadian government kidnapped his daughter first in hopes that that would convince him to cease any and all investigation into Project Blue Beam. This, naturally, failed, though it surprisingly has some “truth” to it.

Should we go by what Wikipedia says: in 1995 and 1996, Monast alleged that he was being “hunted” by the Canadian government. His children—who he’d homeschooled—were also made wards of the state in September of 1996 as the state wished for them to receive a public education. So, to some degree, his children were taken by the government. Though whether or not this was an attempt at making him stop his research into Project Blue Beam is unknown.

That’s more or less the story of Monast. He was arrested in December of 1996 and spent one night in jail. Then he died of a heart attack the next day in his home at the age of 51. His legacy is one for the books though as Project Blue Beam has lived with a decently strong following.

Though what exactly is this supposed project? I guess now is the time to discuss it the specifics of it. I did describe loosely when I discussed the City in the Sky back in May, though I do deeply regret how harsh I was towards people that believe in this theory as I try to refrain from such hostilities when I discuss things on here.

Nonetheless, what I did say in that entry was more or less accurate to what Project Blue Beam is. Though I didn’t go into much detail. As such, let’s finally discuss in more detail as to what exactly this project is capable of. Below is a list of events/phenomenon that are either said to have been created—or made—by Project Blue Beam. I’m sure there’s more out there that I’m missing, but I did my best to compile everything I could find.

#1: The Moon

While this theory doesn’t originate from Blue Beam itself, some have connected the two and as such, I’m including it. Anyways, there’s a very persistent theory that the Moon is a hologram. This, according to those that believe in the theory, is a cover for one of two reasons.

The first of these reasons is that the real Moon is in fact inhabited by aliens. While Project Blue Beam itself doesn’t directly deal with aliens (at least actual aliens), there are those that believe our Moon is a home to them and that the governments of the world cover up their existence to prevent mass panic. Some also claim that we exchange information with them for access to their technologies. This theory has long been prevalent in the UFO community and some go as far as to say that in exchange for this technology, the powers that be granted access to their citizens for aliens to experiment on (e.g. alien abductions).

The second is that the Moon has, in fact, been destroyed, and the one we see at night and in the early morning is in fact a hologram. How it was destroyed is up for debate, though I imagine that it was due to aliens or Planet X passing by. That’s all there really is to this, so let’s move on.

#2: Saturn’s Rings

Our next stop is one that I once heard was connected to Project Blue Beam, but I cannot recall where. Nonetheless, I’m including it as I want to be as thorough as possible.

Saturn has a strange reputation when it comes to many fantastical claims. There were those that believed when the Cassini–Huygens spacecraft crashed into the gas on September 15, 2017, there were those that thought this was to awaken the Great Red Dragon described in Revelation 12. Here’s the beginning of Revelation 12:

1 And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars:

2 And she being with child cried, travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered.

3 And there appeared another wonder in heaven; and behold a great red dragon, having seven heads and ten horns, and seven crowns upon his heads.

4 And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth: and the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be delivered, for to devour her child as soon as it was born.

I’m not a Biblical scholar, but Verses 1–3 were claimed to be fulfilled on September 23, 2017. This is a controversial theory that was debated heavily that I won’t get into here, but depending on who you speak to, either it was a genuine sign or Scottie Clarke was seeing things that weren’t there.

Anyways, regarding Saturn itself, I’m going to let a fellow blogspot (that seems to be lifeless as of the time of this writing given it hasn’t posted anything in three years) called “One New World Order”. Click here for the full post. Otherwise, here’s the excerpt I’m focusing on:

Using the Hadron Collider which is considered a mass weapon, man will be able to tap into somethings that we need not to mess with. With this mass weapon with using quantum physics for quantum tunneling, they will be removing the veil. What I mean is that they will open up a portal which is simply a tunnel to connect with Saturn. I know this all sounds very strange and yes it is very strange. Once they connect by opening up the portal, it will be open for several minutes. During that time, they will be sending and receiving data, electronic data and entities from Saturn. They will be taking in different type of entities by allowing them to come down through this portal at light speeds. This will be capable do to Google/NASA Quantum Artificial Intelligence using QUANTUM COMPUTERS. Data will be able to be read and computed at serious speeds that will help in unlocking other discoveries. Now keep in mind while this portal is open for several minutes, and seeing how the rate of exchange will be at light speeds, there will be many, many unwanted entities coming through this portal. So that you will be more clear on what I mean by entities. I simply mean that the fallen angels (demons) spirits will be coming down to this planet. These entities that live in the other dimension because that is what it’s being tapped into, are spiritual and physical. To go back to quantum physics, there is a particle wave and energy wave. The particle wave is the physical and the energy wave is the spiritual. By tearing into the fabric of space which will alter time, it will allow much more entities from different time dimensions to come down through the portal to earth. They believe that they will be able to create a new race of people!

So where does Blue Beam fall in with all of this? Well, some out there think that Saturn’s rings—the thing the planet is most well known for (aside from the fact that if it could fit on Earth, it would float on water)—are in fact holograms. I recall David Icke, the man who popularized the shapeshifting Reptilian alien theory, mentioned this, but I don’t think he directly connected it with Project Blue Beam. Others have however and as such, it warrants a place on this list of examples.

#3: 9/11

This is something that’s extremely bizarre. Project Blue Beam tests have long been said to have been nothing more than anomalistic creations in the sky—or rocket launches (which we’ll get to in a bit). The September 11th attacks are the only time where anyone’s been directly harmed in a tests, let alone close to 3,000 people. I have no idea as to why this is, but given the photo that you see above, one can assume it has to do with supposed plane wings vanishing.

According to those that think 9/11 was the product of Blue Beam, the planes that struck the World Trade Center and the Pentagon were all holograms and guided missiles were what struck the buildings. As for United Airlines Flight 93, that was a drone. No one died on the planes and it was all a very elaborate false flag attack.

Look, I won’t get into 9/11 truth or even try to explain the weirdness that one can find when it comes to the rabbit hole that that conspiracy goes down. However, in the case of this supposed test: I may have to do an entire entry dedicated to the case that surrounds it as it’s something I lack the current time to dive into enough. At least, not without driving myself up a wall.

#4: The City in the Sky

I wrote about this one earlier this year, so if you want the full story, the link is at the very start under the word “few”, The short version is that a supposed city appeared in the sky over a city in China that was allegedly seen by many in said city. This happened more than once if my memory is correct.

There were many theories as to what exactly this wondrous sight was, but most chalked it up to nothing more than an illusion. Though some were adamant that this was, in fact, the work of Project Blue Beam. After all, if you’re to simulate the Second Coming, you’d likely want to also simulate the Kingdom of Heaven. So why wouldn’t you test this out by having it appear a mostly religionless state? Actually, that makes sense.

#5: Indiana Anomaly

There are two images I’m showcasing as an example here and it’s due to the nature of the photo being a bit on the difficult side to show through one. If you can’t tell what’s going on, watch the video below (it’s the first example given).

If you don’t want to watch the video, the anomaly here is a strange object in the clouds that looks like it’s playing peek-a-boo with the world below. It moves back and forth in a very strange manner. This has led some to think that it’s a test for Project Blue Beam; a test run for the movements that will be needed to simulate religious figures in the sky.

#6: Norwegian Spiral

Some state that this was a recreation of what the actual event looked like. As such, I've included it.

In 2009, a peculiar spiral formation appeared over the Nordic country of Norway. It captivated the minds of people around the world as to what it was. Speculation included aliens attempting to contact us to a Wormhole having opened on our planet. Ultimately, the Russian Defense Ministry stated it was a Russian RSM-56 Bulava SLBM. This same event had happened not long prior and created a similar spiral shape. Some disagreed however, stating the spiral was “too perfect” to be a coincidence. As such, those people have claimed it was a test of Project Blue Beam.

#7: Miami Anomaly

This object was wildly famous when it was first seen. While the official explanation it was a rocket test, there were countless theories as to what it was. Some claimed it was a UFO, others said a secret government aircraft, and then last but not least: Project Blue Beam.

Even with the official explanation having been given, the adamancy of some that this was either a UFO or Blue Beam still goes on and it’s one of the few times where in a way, I can fully understand. It’s a bizarre sight and definitely one that I’d ever want to see if I looked outside.

#8: Jesus in the Sky

Let’s all sing Spirit in the Sky as we discuss this entry.

Via the Daily Express (I’m aware that many UK magazines don’t have the best of reputations, it’s just that it was the only place I knew the story was run; don’t hate me), after a terrible landslide in Columbia claimed the lives of 17 people, people were astonished when they saw a cloud formation that appeared to be of Jesus Himself. To many, it was a sign that all would be okay in spite of the tragedy. To others, it was merely a cloud formation and people looking for a sense of comfort.

Then to others: it was a test by Project Blue Beam to fool those in need of a sense of comfort; another step in the mass indoctrination of the world’s population.

Seeing Jesus in everyday life isn’t the most absurd thing out there. I’ve heard stories of people seeing Jesus in their toast, on their wall, or even on their toaster. Though I guess given Blue Beam’s affinity for clouds, it’s not all too surprising that proponents of the conspiracy would latch onto a story like this.

#9: The Anomaly in Space

Here’s a really weird one. It comes from a video that can be viewed here. I’m using a hyperlink as this and the other two from this video are also examples (the 11th and 19th to be exact). So all credit for those three images go to that video. Anyways, the image comes from what looks to be an object in space where a series of objects appear to be stationary in space. I can’t tell if it’s a still frame from a video or what, but it’s definitely odd. As such, given that Blue Beam purports that the images it’ll create will come from the sky, some claim that it’s from Project Blue Beam.

#10: The Early 4th of July Display

What happens when a test by NASA results in a fantastical light show in the sky? Well, first you joke that it was an early 4th of July fireworks display. Then you get people who say that it was yet another test for Project Blue Beam. Indeed, this happened on July 3, 2017. After several failed attempts, NASA’s Malemute rocket ended up creating artificial red, blue, and green clouds that were seen in places like North Carolina and New York. This was in spite of the rocket—which reached an altitude of 118 miles—being launched at Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.

It’s not hard to understand why people thought this was a test for Blue Beam. That’s an incredibly long distance for something to be seen. Nonetheless, NASA maintained that it was a rocket they tested and as such, all but those that believe in Blue Beam insist it was the enigmatic hologram creating machine.

#11: The Flying Object

After trying to record some lightning while out on the road, a man caught a black object that flew by his car. The photograph above shows it in mid-flight in what honestly looked like something I’d expect to see in a video posted by Chills/Top 15s. That said, I cannot find any more information on this video and whatever it may have been—be it a spirit, an animal, CGI, or Project Blue Beam is up for debate.

#12: The Cross in the Sky

I cannot find an exact source for this image, but like several other examples I’ve given (and will give), the idea that clouds form into different looking objects is nothing out of the ordinary. Nevertheless, some believe this to be yet another example of a Blue Beam test.

#13: The Portal Above CERN

From this YouTube video.

CERN is something I honestly should’ve put in this years Decemystery given its status as a haven for some very strange theories. These include things like opening portals to Hell to bring about the Apocalypse, trying to enter alternate dimensions, and pathways to other worlds/planets. It’s like something out of a Sci-Fi movie, but without Matt Damon or Matthew McConaughey.

Nonetheless, there are those that think such a concept isn’t limited to the realm of Hollywood—the Satanic, New World Order, Illuminati monsters that they all are. Rather, those folks believe that it’s all within the realm of reality and it’s happening at CERN thanks to the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The LHC is the device used to simulate the Big Bang on a much smaller scale; it also caused a brief scare when there was that teensy, tiny, microscopic chance it’d create a black hole and kill us all. Naturally, the media sensationalized it and it’s said that a Indian girl drank pesticide over the fear of dying.

Well, given we’re still alive, one can only assume that a black hole wasn’t created. That hasn’t stopped some from thinking that CERN is performing human sacrifices, contacting demons, performing Satanic rituals and other despicable acts. It also hasn’t stopped folks from thinking that cloud formations above the location are being created by Project Blue Beam. Given the conspiratorial nature of both, some have also connected the two, albeit they aren’t one in the same. As for the formation itself, this isn’t the only time that circular clouds have been believed to be caused by Blue Beam.

#14: The Illumination of New York City

This looks like a scene from the film Skyline. Though it isn't. This photo comes from the New York Times.

On December 27, 2018, a Con Edison transformer in Manhattan exploded, turning the sky in the New York City borough blue. Initially, people thought that it was either the End Days or an alien invasion until the official reason was given the transformer explosion. The NYPD also confirmed there were no extraterrestrial attackers once all was said and done.

Despite this, there are people who believe that it was a testing of Project Blue Beam. There are those that reported seeing blue beams from the sky and that transformer explosions don’t cause blue explosions, but are instead yellow in color. I cannot verify the accuracy of that statement, though it seems that a Con Edison transformer did indeed blow up where the lights originated from (and it proved to be a pretty bad explosion given Laguardia airport lost power). So make of this what you will.

#15: The Circle in the Sky

Unlike Square Enix that makes one wait 13 years for a third entry in their video game series, I don’t make one wait for the epic conclusion to circles in the sky.

Although the image itself is far from something wondrous or even that special, there’s a belief that such cloud formations are the product of Project Blue Beam. I will concede that the formation itself is very strange—even quite surreal. Though I find myself unsure if there’s anything that can’t be chalked up to one seeing strange patterns where there are none.

#16: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

I concede that I cannot find where this photo originates from. I watched a fair number of specials when I was younger on the Book of Revelation and I don’t recall any of them ever having any visualization of the Four Horsemen that looked like this.

Anyways, a quick bit of theological background: the four horsemen—War, Death, Famine, and Conquest (incorrectly referred to as Pestilence by some)—are said to be the heralds for the End Days. They ride when the trumpets sound and the seven seals are broken. In this case, when they arrive, the world is set to end and the final battle begins.

This would naturally give them a major place in the eyes of those who wish to simulate the Second Coming. When all is set to begin, they’d be on the to-do list to simulate. The photo above is, I guess, proof of that test. Though given I cannot find it place of origin, I don’t know if it’s an art project, a strange cloud formation on its own, or from a television special.

As a brief side note, given it looks to be in the sky, such formations aren’t out of the realm of the ordinary. I once saw something that looked like a steam engine while I was swimming. I recall thinking to myself, “Wow, is that a train bringing people to Heaven?”

I was a very innocent child once and now here I am writing about a machine that made holographic planes that hid guided missiles from the public’s eye that killed almost 3,000 people. Life’s weird.

#17: The Bird at Sunset

This one I found on a YouTube video that I failed to keep the link for. A shame as it included some other interesting cloud formations.

This image is very interesting as it showcases how we as a species love to find patterns and formations where there are none. In the case of the photo that I call “The Bird at Sunset”, we see what looks to be a majestic bird up in the sky with the sun setting (I think it’s setting at least) illuminating the world behind it.

Clouds are—as you might’ve surmised—a major part in “testing” for Project Blue Beam. This is unsurprising (to me at least) given that Blue Beam is centered on fooling the masses through the use of doctored imagery. What better way to test that than to create cloud formations that appear to be something when they’re, well, not? Perhaps creating an actual hologram, but I digress. There’s little here to see other than a cloud that happens to resemble something—or so say the skeptics. For others, it’s yet another nugget of truth to prove that Blue Beam is real.

#18: The Plasma Entity

This one’s more recent than most of the others. It’s from Arizona and comes in the form of a video that was posted on Facebook in November of 2016.

The video, which I can’t find because I’m a mixture of lazy and tired as I write this, shows a dark, gloomy, overcast day. Then, out of nowhere, a large, electric-blue light rises up through the clouds. It leaves what’s described as a “capsule-looking object” that’s jettisoned. After that, the strange, alien-like entity vanishes after it comes into contact with a second object.

According to the website “UFO International Project”, which is where I got the information above from, if one were to slow down the video and zoom in, it’s said that the details on the initial object resemble an “elongated, extraterrestrial” head. It’s also said that when the second object resembles an “alien hand with long, un-human like fingers”. This “hand” reaches down and grabs the entity before both vanish into thin air.

I’m unable to find an official explanation for the video, though it goes without saying that one theory is that it was a test for Project Blue Beam. The be-all, end-all for anything and everything enigmatic. Ironically, there’s a possibility that the object itself isn’t even real, which would put it in the same aisle as what Blue Beam is purported to create.

#19: Cthulhu

“Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn.”

Or if you don’t speak Lovecraftian: “In his house at R'lyeh, dead Cthulhu waits dreaming.”

Indeed, the most iconic of H.P. Lovecraft’s creations is said to have been projected by Project Blue Beam. If you see the image above, what appears to old squid-face himself is looming over the land with his wings spread. The end is about to arrive and it’s going to be pure madness!

I cannot find an exact origin for the image and while I admit I haven’t read, watched, or played anything related to Cthulhu, it doesn’t appear to be from anything that relates to him. Nonetheless, it’s been spread by some as being proof that Blue Beam is also projecting those that jokingly claim to worship Cthulhu. Or at least, that’s why I imagine that the old one is being showcased by Blue Beam.

#20: Space X Falcon 9 Rocket

This one I gathered from a YouTube channel called “A Call For An Uprising”, which reports on the New World Order, Satanic influence in the world (primarily Hollywood from what I can gather), Freemasonry and other topics like that. I listened to a few videos and while I don’t agree with his views,  I must give credit where credit is due: the narrator is quite good at delivering information in a concise fashion while never deviating too far from the topic at hand.

In one of his videos, which is but one of a few that deal with Project Blue Beam, he mentions how the launch of the Space X (a company owned by South African billionaire Elon Musk) Falcon 9 rocket was a test for Blue Beam. This, according to A Call For An Uprising, is provable because we’ve never gone to the Moon (the Moon Landing was faked as he states), that we’ll never go to Mars, and that the rocket goes horizontally as opposed to vertically. Two other major things he purports are that the Falcon 9’s boosters landing back on their platform is extremely suspicious and that the sonic booms that were heard when the rocket launched proved that Blue Beam was being tested. Where the sound will come from will be explained later.

There are some other reasons that he states as well. I will once more concede that listening to his reasoning is interesting—so much so that I’d dare say that he’s probably the best source for information on Project Blue Beam if you’re at all interested in learning about it (even if you don’t believe in it and, like me, just needed to do research into what it was about and events related to it). If you wish to watch the video, you can view it below. That said, as a brief side note and just to be on the safe side in case this blog ever becomes popular: please don’t harass the man. I know my readership is anything but big, let the man be and let him have his views. At the end of the day, we’re all human and we’re all allowed to believe what we want to believe. I get that it may be tempting to “disprove” what these people believe in, but this entry isn’t about disproving the theory. It’s about conveying the story of what Blue Beam is and painting the picture for what it purports. That said, let’s continue onward.

#21: Nibiru

There's no photo of Nibiru, so have this pic instead.


The final example I could find is the legendary planet Nibiru, more commonly known as Planet X. I’m sure that most of you know about this planet or have at least heard of it. Nibiru (as I will call it since it’s the more accurate name given its history) is a planet that Nancy Lieder was told about when she was abducted by aliens. It’s said to have an extremely long, bizarre orbit that brings it around the Sun once every 3,600 years. In this orbital path, it sometimes passes by, or comes extremely close to, Earth. These close calls lead to cataclysmic events that can (and normally do) cause Extinction Level Events.

Most people have likely heard of Nibiru thanks to the 2012 Phenomenon; that mast hysteria event where people though the end of the Mayan Calendar was a sign that the world was going to end. Where as that hinted at a planetary alignment though, Nibiru was brought in by others as some thought the Mayans knew that Nibiru was going to either pass by Earth or outright strike it and kill us all. Depending on the size of the planet (some say it’s the size of Earth while others claim that it’s the size of—or larger than—Jupiter), that would’ve spelled really bad news for us Earthlings.

So what does this have to Project Blue Beam? Well, as I stated in a rather standoffish manner in my write-up on Nibiru earlier this year, there are those who claim that the planet is being hidden by Blue Beam. There are a few variants as to how this is being done, such as the fake Moon or via a fake Sun. In the case of the latter of those two, I can’t quite gather as much as I’d have liked to, but it seems that the holographic Sun is being used to cover up the fact that Nibiru is visible beside—or behind—the real Sun. You can find many photographs online that show a supposed “second Sun” just below our home star. Skeptics claim that this is a lens flare while others say that it’s a “Sun Dog”, a phenomenon where two mock suns typically flank the real Sun within a 22° halo (or so says a quick Google search). Given the extreme skepticism of those who believe in Blue Beam, that explanation is often disregarded. As such, I leave it up to you to decide which side you take.

Anyways, those are the ones that I could find that are claimed to have been modified—or out right created by—Project Blue Beam. There are potentially more that I missed, but for the time being, let’s not dwell on errors as there’s more to cover. After all, we’ve merely discussed examples of supposed tests for this enigmatic machine. What exactly will happen when it’s used? I can the abridged version at the start, but what are the specifics? Well, lucky for us, we know what will happen thanks to some intrepid folks who either have access to that information or can merely speculate based off of the knowledge of the New World Order.

Project Blue Beam is divided into four meticulous stages that will be carried out over a period of time. These four stages are as follows:

Stage 1

Starting things off: the New World Order would trigger a series of artificial earthquakes in various parts of the world. This would unearth an array of “new artifacts” that would then reveal to us that the religious doctrines that billions have followed for millennia have, in fact, been misunderstood. The end result of this would be that every religion around the world would be discredited in the blink of an eye.

Monast claims that films like Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey were used to lay the foundation for this stage. The scene involving the monolith was a major part of this in laying what’s essentially the psychological framework to the inevitable unraveling of what we as a species supposedly knew about religion and of our world as a whole.

Monast also says that the films like Jurassic Park are propaganda as it teaches us evolution as opposed to the concept of creationism and subtlety feeding children and other naïve individuals that God’s word is nothing but lies.

Stage 2

The second stage of Project Blue Beam would begin with what’s been described a massive “show” that would be seen in outer space. Through the usage of three-dimensional holographic laser projections, we would see a UFOs and creatures as described in the Book of Revelation in the sky. This is when something truly fantastical and unbelievable would happen: religious figures would appear in the sky, though it’d correlate with what the country/area’s predominant religion is. For example: Israel would see the Jewish messiah, Christian countries would see Jesus, Buddhist countries would see Buddha, and Muslim countries would see Allah.

Exactly why predominantly Muslim countries would see Allah as opposed to their prophet—which is Muhammad—I don’t know. As for Buddhist majority countries, I consulted a friend of mine who’s a Buddhist and they don’t exactly have prophets, so it makes sense that Buddha would be seen.

I digress though. These deities—despite being seen in different parts of the and separated by thousands of miles in some instances—would then all merge into one single God. According to Monast, it’s at this moment that the “electronic Antichrist” would be born. Accompanying this event would also be Soviet-era computers that would assist in the psychological aspect of this event.

“Minute physio-psychological particulars based on their studies of the anatomy and electro-mechanical composition of the human body, and the studies of the electrical, chemical and biological properties of the human brain; every human has been allocated a unique radio wavelength.”

I grabbed that off of a 4chan post, so make of it what you will. I don’t think that’s how human psychology works.

>The destruction of religious and social order would eventually take place, resulting in countless fanatics showing symptoms of demonic possession on a scale never seen before. During this time, Beethoven’s Ode to Joy would be blasted across the planet as the anthem of the New Age One World Religion.

Stage 3

Stage three will involve “Telepathic Two-Way Communication”. This will consist of transferring artificial knowledge via satellites. This knowledge will enter the human brain and result in mind control. Here’s how Monast himself describes it.

“Such rays from satellites are fed from the memories of computers that have stored massive data about every human on earth, and their languages. The rays will then interlace with their natural thinking to form what we call diffuse artificial thought.”

I personally don’t get it.

I digress. This is all achieved through extremely low-frequency (ELF) radio waves that will make people believe that their God (or idol) is speaking directly to them through the use of telepathy.

On one final note: The Spectator, a magazine based out of the United Kingdom, published a response from Monast himself in regards to what will happen to anyone who’s skeptical of the complete and total mind control of the world’s population.

“If people do not believe this kind of technology is possible, or that it is science fiction, those people put themselves in great jeopardy. During the night when the new messiah will be presented to the world, they will not be prepared and will have no time to prepare to save themselves against that kind of technology.”

With Stage 3 done, we now move onto the most magnificent of it all.

Stage 4

The final stage of Project Blue Beam is comprised of three separate steps.

The first is to run propaganda that will fool the world’s population into thinking that there’s an enormous alien invasion—one on the scale of Roland Emmerich’s 1996 film Independence Day—is imminent and that it’ll be centered at every major city on Earth.

According to Monast, this step has also been prepared by Hollywood. In this case, via 2001, Star Wars, and Star Trek. He claims that the three films all involve a massive invasion from space and that all nations join together to fight off the extraterrestrial threat. This was also stated by former United States President Ronald Reagan:

“Perhaps we need some outside, universal threat to make us recognize this common bond. I occasionally think how quickly our differences worldwide would vanish if we were facing an alien threat from outside this world.”

This quote has commonly been believed as Reagan hinting that Blue Beam was real and would lead to the New World Order.

The second step is to convince Christians to believe that the Rapture has begun. To accomplish this, there’s supposedly a device that has been “perfected” that is capable of lifting a massive number of people into the sky. This device was allegedly tested in a very interesting way: UFO abductions throughout the decades were apparently the way that it was tested.

The third and final step will be the activation of “special microchips” (or just smart chips) that have secretly been installed into every single modern electronic and appliance. These chips will visualize displays that will be supernatural in appearance. However, in reality, they’re actually holograms created by Project Blue Beam.

Once these three steps have been completed, the level of chaos that’s taking place will supposedly lead to the world’s population begging for the New World Order to take complete and total control. As such, the one world government will begin. Once this is done and the New World Order has been officially established, everyone will need to take an oath to Lucifer through a ritualistic initiation. Those who resist will be put into one of seven categories.

#1: Children of the Christian faith are to be kept as either human sacrifices or sex slaves. Or, in Monast’s own words:

“Classification of Christian children, as they plan it, are to be used as human sacrifice. Where? Within the black mass ceremonies, they will participate in any kind of sexual orgy, some to be kept as sexual slaves.”

#2: The resistor will be kept for use in medical experiments.

#3: The resistor will be kept and used as a living organ bank.

#4: Those who are healthy and fit for manual labor will be thrown into a slave camp.

#5: Those who the New World Order are uncertain about will be put into a re-education center. After this, they’ll be put onto international television and forced to repent for resisting, after which they will learn to glorify and praise the New World Order.

#6: Should the resistor not fit into any of the above-mentioned categories, they will be thrown into an execution center.

#7: This classification is as of yet unknown. Why this is, I’m unsure.

It’s at this point that… well, things become a bit murky. Depending on who you are, this’ll be when the End Days begins (as described in religious texts) and Armageddon commences. For others, there will be more time before things like the real Second Coming begins. Though whatever the case may be, this is where the story of Project Blue Beam comes to a close. The zenith of what I consider to be a conspiracy theory, I’ve never shifted through such an amalgamation of theories, claims, and information before. Yet, shockingly, there are very few actual theories as to what Blue Beam really is. Why tell you though. Let’s get to them.


1. It’s real

First up: Project Blue Beam is in fact real. This is, naturally, the most popular theory amongst those that believe it. Can’t imagine why.
Evidence for it is a bit difficult to come by—and I don’t say that as a jab against those that believe in it. I haven’t read Monast’s book (though I wish I had prior to writing this so I could understand his perspective better). Most evidence for this comes in the form of strong faith and belief, plus Biblical verses that cite what will happen when the End Days finally arrive. I’m sure you’ve seen them posted by older folks on Facebook, Evangelicals who’ve said it on Twitter or on YouTube, or people who are simply waiting for the world to end. They don’t constitute proof (even if I’m Catholic and meant to be the most conservative/religious of the Christian sects), but to some they do. Unless I see Blue Beam for my own eyes, I'm skeptical and likewise am as good a Catholic as a marmot that’s been hit by a steam engine. Womp womp.

Anyways, that isn’t the only evidence believers have. There are four things that are cited heavily though in the way of proof. They’re patents and they are as follows:

#1: ADA338490

Accession Number : ADA338490

Title : 3-D Holographic Display Using Strontium Barium Niobate

Descriptive Note : Progress rept. Nov 96-Aug 97


Personal Author(s) : Heid, Christy A. ; Ketchel, Brian P. ; Wood, Gary L. ; Anderson, Richard J. ; Salamo, Gregory J.

Report Date : FEB 1998

Pagination or Media Count : 21

Abstract : An innovative technique for generating a three dimensional holographic display using strontium barium niobate (SBN) is discussed. The resultant image is a hologram that can be viewed in real time over a wide perspective or field of view (FOV). The holographic image is free from system-induced aberrations and has a uniform, high quality over the entire FOV. The enhanced image quality results from using a phase conjugate read beam generated from a second photorefractive crystal acting as a double pumped phase conjugate mirror (DPPCM). Multiple three dimensional images have been stored in the crystal via wavelength multiplexing.


Subject Categories : HOLOGRAPHY

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

If you want to view the document about this piece of technology, click here for a pdf.

#2: US5159703A

A silent communications system in which nonaural carriers, in the very low or very high audio frequency range or in the adjacent ultrasonic frequency spectrum, are amplitude or frequency modulated with the desired intelligence and propagated acoustically or vibrationally, for inducement into the brain, typically through the use of loudspeakers, earphones or piezoelectric transducers. The modulated carriers may be transmitted directly in real time or may be conveniently recorded and stored on mechanical, magnetic or optical media for delayed or repeated transmission to the listener.

Patent Granted: October 27, 1992

Patent Expired: December 26, 2009

I believe this is where the sound as described by A Call For An Uprising stated would come from.

#3: US4858612A

A method and apparatus for simulation of hearing in mammals by introduction of a plurality of microwaves into the region of the auditory cortex is shown and described. A microphone is used to transform sound signals into electrical signals which are in turn analyzed and processed to provide controls for generating a plurality of microwave signals at different frequencies. The multifrequency microwaves are then applied to the brain in the region of the auditory cortex. By this method sounds are perceived by the mammal which are representative of the original sound received by the microphone.

Patent Granted: August 22, 1989

Patent Expired: August 22, 2006

#4: US4686605A

A method and apparatus for altering at least one selected region which normally exists above the earth's surface. The region is excited by electron cyclotron resonance heating to thereby increase its charged particle density. In one embodiment, circularly polarized electromagnetic radiation is transmitted upward in a direction substantially parallel to and along a field line which extends through the region of plasma to be altered. The radiation is transmitted at a frequency which excites electron cyclotron resonance to heat and accelerate the charged particles. This increase in energy can cause ionization of neutral particles which are then absorbed as part of the region thereby increasing the charged particle density of the region.

Patent Granted: August 11, 1987

Patent Expired: January 10, 2005


According to Wikipedia: “BAE Systems Electronic Systems (ES) is one of three operating groups of BAE Systems Inc., the North American subsidiary of the British global defence contractor BAE Systems Plc.”

These four applications are the three biggest pieces of evidence to Project Blue Beam and they’re the only things I see cited in the way of proof. Everything else are comments made on YouTube videos like this one:
Project Bluebeam. Fake Rapture is imminent (2-4 years)! The final card of the global elite for ultimate control of the human race. Project Bluebeam in short, are holograms in the sky, along with sound "beamed into people's heads (do a search for silent sound spread spectrum) to make them think God/or their specific religious prophet has returned. It will all seem very real. You may even see a large planet seemingly out of nowhere in the sky when you wake up one day. Or even "spaceships" flying about in the sky. Even as if the planet is being torn apart, with giant pieces of continents seemingly lifting into the sky. You may have had dreams about this. That's what these satellites are for. A grand illusion to be played on the people. Notice an increase in the number of these rocket launches? Elon is a pawn for the NWO. 

Don't believe me? 

Search: ADA338490 

U.S. Patent # 5,159,703 

U.S. Patent #4,858,612 

U.S. Patent # 4,686,605 

Do not be fooled! Remember! Matthew 24;26 KJV, Jesus said: “Wherefore if they shall say unto you, Behold, he is in the desert; go not forth: behold, he is in the secret chambers; believe it not.”

Nonetheless, the patents are proof enough for some. For those that wish to have any more proof than this, I cannot find any other evidence beyond the examples I gave near the start that showcase odd cloud formations and some peculiar phenomenon. As such, I feel it’s best if we simply move on.

2. It’s the creation of a lunatic

Our second theory is as it describes on the tin: Serge Monast was a lunatic; a completely deranged man who believed there was something where there isn’t. It goes without saying that this is the case when you ask skeptics for their opinion of Project Blue Beam—and that’s if they’re tame about it. For many others, they see it as insulting thanks to its inclusion (though some may say exploitation) of the September 11th attacks.

Now as for evidence that this theory has to back it up, one of the first things that’s generally cited is the lack of anything having happened. Despite all of the supposed tests that have been performed, the predictions as to when the actual usage of Project Blue Beam will be enacted has never happened and not once has any concrete proof come forward. The patents I mentioned in the first theory can be convincing to some, but they aren’t by any means legitimate proof that they’re being used for Project Blue Beam. For all we know, they could be used for larger movie screens that’ll be placed in the sky. Or they’ll be used for floating football stadiums when we reach the age of Steampunk.

My joking aside, the burden of proof is on those that believe in Blue Beam and when claims that it’ll happen in the coming year[s], we’re left waiting, only for disappointment to hit us because history as taught us that predicting the end of the world or the rise of the New World Order has never happened in the past. So why should the next time be any different? Because “the signs are there”? Most skeptics would ask “What signs?” Seeing a weird cloud formation, a transformer malfunction that caused blue light, or a rocket being launched?

When the burden of proof can’t be fulfilled with the required proof, the normal response is to be skeptical or outright scoff at the claim. Given that Project Blue Beam has been a thing for a quarter of a century now, it merely stands to reason that what we’re dealing with is likely something that isn’t true. Until we all see Jesus, Allah, or Buddha fighting aliens in the sky in a chaotic display of lights, I believe that most people will be inclined to roll their eyes when they hear the claims brought to the table by those who buy into Project Blue Beam.

3. It’s knowingly fraudulent

The third and final theory posits that Monast knew that Project Blue Beam was hogwash; that he merely wrote it for the sake of making money. This is a belief that some have held over L. Ron Hubbard’s book Dianetics, which helped to spawn the highly controversial religion Scientology. A last ditch effort to make money that ended up striking gold, taking off in a way nobody expected, and now lives on as a beast of its own.

In the case of Monast’s book, this belief was spawned by other conspiracy theorists. Some believe that he may have plagiarized Star Trek when creating it. There are two specific examples are an unmade 1975 movie script that was written by series creator Gene Roddenberry. Entitled “The God Thing”. In it, the crew of the Enterprise has moved on from their postings. Captain Kirk is now an Admiral, McCoy has left Starfleet and become a veterinarian, the Enterprise’s engineer—Scottie—is now an alcoholic because he’s bored, Spock has returned to the planet Vulcan to discover how to control his human half, and many others now have desk jobs.

However, all of that changes when an alien that declares itself to be God. This self-proclaimed “God” obliterates a spacecraft that was headed to Earth. Because of this act of aggression, the Enterprise is launched (after Kirk gets the crew back together) and they combat this alien. During their battle, the alien transports a probe onto the Enterprise that takes many different forms (one of which is specifically said to be Jesus). After combating these forms, the crew of realize something: the alien and its ship are from another dimension. Their mission is not to destroy, but instead to create the religions of various planets in order to teach the inhabitants of said planets laws in a fashion that’s understandable to whatever point in development the species is at.

In this particular case, the alien is in fact malfunctioning. As such, the crew repair it and transport it back to its original dimension. With that, the day is saved and all is well in the world of Star Trek once more.

The second example cited is an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Specifically, the 1991 episode Devil’s Due.

I’ll keep this one shorter. The Enterprise gets a distress call from a man named Dr. Howard Clarke. He states that the population on a planet called Ventax II has been in a state of panic as they’ve been seeing the image of their mythology’s devil, Andra, in the sky. This is bad as they made a deal with her: in exchange for ending all wars, fixing ecological imbalance, and getting rid of the obscene levels of pollution, the entire population of the planet would become slaves to her 1,000 years later. With that millennium about to close, earthquakes have been occurring all around the planet and the aforementioned images have been reminding the denizens of the planet that their time is almost up.

From there, the episode takes a very interesting turn that I won’t spoil given that that one was at least made into an actual viewable piece of entertainment. While I can’t vouch that The God Thing was by any means readable at the time it was written, Devil’s Due was broadcast three years prior to Monast having written his book on Project Blue Beam. As such, some believe he saw Devil’s Due (and might’ve read The God Thing) and gotten the idea to create something based off of it. Personally, the latter of the two examples fits Blue Beam much more, but I cannot say for certain if Monast was a fan of the series or not. Nonetheless, it’s a very interesting connection and it’s not all that uncommon for inspiration for an array of things to come from popular entertainment franchises. Heck, I’m partially inspired to write about things like this because I was a die hard fan of Unsolved Mysteries as a kid. So it’s only logical that Monast might’ve been inspired by Star Trek.

My Take

I’ll freely admit that I’m not entirely trusting of the government. I think there’s more to many stories that they claim to be open-and-shut. That said, what we’re given with Project Blue Beam is something that I cannot, in good faith, claim is either plausible or even possible. The rant I had when I wrote about the City in the Sky is, deep down, how I feel whenever I look at this story, albeit I dislike insulting those that believe in it as that’s not how I wish to ever feel about any person. We’re all free to believe in what we want to believe in and should someone believe in Project Blue Beam, that’s their decision and I respect it.

That said, I don’t understand what exactly is believable about it. Yes, the United States government can (and absolutely is) shady. In fact, every government around the world can be (or rather outright is) shady. However, the level of absolute obedience for absolutely nothing to ever get out about something as massive in scale as Project Blue Beam is insane. It’s one thing if we’re talking about the Assassination of John F. Kennedy or heck, even 9/11. Black Operations is nothing new in the world of espionage or foreign interference and those people are trained to never speak about anything related to that. While that could apply to something like Project Blue Beam, this goes beyond a select group of people who are in on an operation. You can pick the most trustworthy or sycophantic people to be a part of it. You can’t really do that with something like Blue Beam as it’s based more in the field of requiring an obscenely large amount of participants to make it work.

Not only that, but it’d require an extremely large amount of money to fund. Now granted, there’s a persisting claim on there being permanent energy sources (clean ones at that if I’m not mistaken) that have been available for I think a century. So depending on who you are, one can assume that Blue Beam is being powered by that energy source. Though even then, what of the required tools, power sources, and other resources needed to make sure it can be built? What of those UFOs that have to be built to test the Rapture device? Heck, what about that device? This project would cost trillions upon trillions of dollars, unless it’s being funded for free and the labor that’s a part of it is cheap, paid for with free housing, and then killed to make room for fresh labor.

Let’s just set that aside though. Let’s just assume that that aspect works. It all just falls into place and it’s all fine.

Monast’s claims simply aren’t true.

For starters—and I say this as a movie buff—his movie comparisons aren’t true. Star Trek presented peaceful contact, 2001 not involving any sort of alien invasion (though aliens peacefully observe an evolving species), and that Star Wars isn’t focused on hostile aliens is unknown. This irked me as it showed ignorance to what he was using to compare his entire theory to. Star Trek and Star Wars were, and still are, two of the most revered Sci-Fi franchises in history. Yet, Monast shows no understanding of what they’re about. If he’s ignorant to something that was as widely celebrated as those two, why should I have any trust in him to understand everything else he talks about?

This may seem like a really flimsy argument—and I admit it most likely is—but when someone presents something to me as being the real picture of something, I expect them to understand the basics of what they’re talking about no matter what the topic. If you can’t make as simple of a comparison in the way of Hollywood films—especially ones that defined entire generations—then why should I trust you to be capable of properly something else?

Now to be fair: not everyone is savvy in the realm of cinema. So let’s say, just for the sake of argument, that this was an honest mistake. Fine, I’ll accept that. Though I can easily switch from that to the idea that armies of the world will all willingly fire and slaughter their respective country’s citizens. Will some do so? Yes. Will all of them? Absolutely not. When it comes to that, I cannot imagine that there wouldn’t be an immediate rebellion. Unless the army becomes filled with drones, there’d be armed rebellions around the world. There’d be nothing stopping a militarized force from seizing control of vehicles like tanks, Apache helicopters, and other high-end war vehicles to effectively blow apart the ivory towers that these supposed New World Order members live in. Some may argue that the Antichrist would have the power to compel them to submit, but given that the conspiracy explicitly states that people would have to take an oath to Lucifer, I assume that there’d be an actual option and we all wouldn’t fall to our knees and submit to them.

I then must wonder exactly the fourth step operates at all. An Independence Day style invasion would be impossible to fake. Anyone who’s seen that film knows that faking something of that scale (let alone anything with a nine-figure budget by Roland Emmerich) would be so monumentally gargantuan, you may as well ask Michael Bay to handle Fourth of July fireworks in the middle of Syria. It doesn’t work—especially not in the realm of reality. Some may claim that the fact the government has managed to carry out supposed false flag attacks in places like Sandy Hook and Las Vegas (the mass shooting with Stephen Paddock has been called a false flag for those unfamiliar with that specific incident). I, personally, don’t think that this is even close to being an acceptable answer. We’re not talking about a maniac with a gun. We’re talking about UFOs that can level entire cities with a single blast.

Although some claim that, because us sheep look at our phones 24/7, we’d simply “miss” these UFOs. How in God’s name anyone can possibly miss UFOs that are the size of entire cities is beyond me. If any of these people happen to see Independence Day: Resurgence, I want to know how we’d miss the mothership with a gravitational pull of its own.

I also have no idea how in the world various countries seeing the prophet of whatever religion is the majority would work. Given that news nowadays is shared at such a rapid rate that inaccuracies are normal, it would trigger an innumerable amount of alarm bells in the minds of everyone when it’s revealed that Iraq saw Allah, but Poland saw Jesus. There’s no two ways about this, that would make the entire planet confused and realize that there was something wrong about what just happened.

Faults like this are ultimately why I sit here for so long rambling on and on about this. I don’t mean to, especially since I’m sure it’s boring and, to most, extremely obvious. However, when I see so many videos with people preaching that it’s the truth, that it’s all real, and that the sheep will realize in X amount of years that we must repent (not that that is in of itself a bad thing) because the NWO will rise up and persecute Christians because Satan is the god of the NWO, then I feel the need to ramble like a lunatic. The number of people so convinced that Project Blue Beam is real makes my head spin and it makes me wonder if there’s something that I’m missing, if I somehow missed one very specific detail that proves that this is all real.

Yet, no matter how many times I look, no matter how many articles and write-ups I read, no matter how many videos I watch, and no matter how many hours I spend sniffing sharpies and glue, I find myself thinking the same thing.

Project Blue Beam is just nonsense.

Yet, by saying that, I know that if I had any semblance of a serious following, there’d be those that would immediately label me things like a sheep, a fake Christian, or a wolf in sheep’s clothing. If someone wishes to call me that: that’s fine. Go ahead. All I ask is that you share this blog with your friends and family.

Now, on the off chance that Project Blue Beam is real, there’s no way I’d ever side with the New World Order. I love my life and I love living, but Satan is, was, and always will be the enemy in my eyes. So to take an oath to side with him is the last thing I’d ever do. That said, until I see verifiable proof of Project Blue Beam’s existence, I’m inclined to believe it as much as Steve Hodel.


While I may think very little of Project Blue Beam, the theory remains fairly popular thanks to the Internet and an ever burning desire to find out the truth. As such, it’s unlikely we’ll ever see the story of this obscure project fade out of existence. Quite the opposite in fact. In my eyes, it’s likely to eventually reach the status of something like PizzaGate. As we continue to look to the stars as our destination and technology advances, we’ll probably see Project Blue Beam pop up more often for every major rocket launch. As holographic technology becomes more readily accessible, we may see those who push this theory say it’s proof that Blue Beam is the real deal.

Our world sure is peculiar.

1 comment:

  1. What's believeable about it, I ask you dear theorists? "YOU GET NOTHING!" YOU LOSE! GOOD DAY, SIR! There is nothing even remotely believeable about any of this. We see what we want to see, and well... if you believe in this conspiracy well good on you. I won't faul... well, I was going to finish that thought until I burst out laughing at the thought of it.

    We see what we want to see, we believe what we want to believe no matter how crazy town it is from images in the clouds to planets smashing into us.

    I'd suggest y'all check yourselves into good therapists, unless they laugh y'all out of the room.

    (Also Vert, half of the images don't really work on my end.)