Through the Looking Glass
Alice in Wonderland: The Power of Applied Confusion

Alice in Wonderland: The Power of Applied Confusion

The aim of the Alice in Wonderland or confusion technique is to confound the expectations and conditioned reactions of the interrogatee. He is accustomed to a world that makes sense, at least to him: a world of continuity and logic, a predictable world. He clings to this world to reinforce his identity and powers of resistance. The confusion technique is designed not only to obliterate the familiar, but to replace it with the weird…as the process continues, day after day as necessary, the subject begins to try to make sense of the situation, which becomes mentally intolerable… he is likely to make significant admissions, or even to pour out his story


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One pill makes you larger

And one pill makes you small
And the ones that mother gives you
Don't do anything at all
Go ask Alice
When she's ten feet tall

And if you go chasing rabbits

And you know you're going to fall
Tell 'em a hookah-smoking caterpillar
Has given you the call
Call Alice
When she was just small

When the men on the chessboard

Get up and tell you where to go
And you've just had some kind of mushroom
And your mind is moving low
Go ask Alice
I think she'll know

When logic and proportion

Have fallen sloppy dead
And the White Knight is talking backwards
And the Red Queen's off with her head
Remember what the dormouse said
Feed your head
Feed your head
Down the Rabbit Hole


Most of us have asked many times... just WHO are the REAL PUPPET MASTERS. We all know each new President is just a Puppet... they are in office 4 or 8 years and then a new Puppet has to be trained. But who are the 'THEY' that run the show?

Well everyone has heard the term "Going down a DEEP RABBIT HOLE" whenever we talk about anything secret especially Military or UFO/Alien related.. In fact it has become the catch phrase...

We all read 'Alice in Wonderland" when we were kids... right?  Well again we see the Rabbit Hole...

I have shown you the "Looking Glass Project", a Los Alamos lab project that sees into possible futures.

Bob Lazar and Dan Burisch told us about the figurine of a White Rabbit with a Watch that is mounted over the entry door to S4 at Area 51

The Government has used the ALICE CODE for psysops purposes for many decades...
"Alice in Wonderland: The Power of Applied Confusion"

CERN has an "Alice Portal" 

Pine Gap is near ALICE SPRINGS Australia...

But that is not all....

THIS photo of Obama at the White House was sent to me a couple days ago....

Now when I saw that I recalled a picture from a few years ago...

Okay so... The WHITE RABBIT was in the White House during both Obama's and Bush's reign... so I did some checking...

Bill Clinton and the White Rabbit....

George W Bush Senior and the white Rabbits...

Ronald Reagan and the White Rabbits...

Ronald Regan had his Secret Service agents dress as the Easter Bunny for the 1984 annual Easter Egg Roll at the White House.

Nancy Reagan and the White Rabbits...

So as you can see... WHO is running the White House?

Jimmy Carter Killer Rabbit Incident

Dubbing the rabbit "PAWS," (JAWS was hot at the boxoffice) the press had a field day, and many
cartoonists depicted the scene, like this image from the Tri City Herald:

The Jimmy Carter rabbit incident, dubbed the "killer rabbit" attack by the media, involved a swamp rabbit that swam toward then–U.S. President Jimmy Carter's fishing boat on April 20, 1979. The incident caught press imagination after Carter's press secretary mentioned the event to a correspondent months later.


President Carter had gone on a solo fishing expedition in his hometown of Plains, Georgia. According to Carter a rabbit being chased by hounds "jumped in the water and swam toward my boat. When he got almost there, I splashed some water with a paddle."

The rabbit swimming away from the President

Upon returning to his office, Carter's staff did not believe his story, insisting that rabbits could not swim, or that they would never approach a person threateningly. However, the incident was captured on footage taken by a White House photographer.

Media accounts and public perception

Jody Powell, Carter's press secretary, mentioned the event to Associated Press correspondent Brooks Jackson on August 28, 1979, who filed the story with the wire service the following day. The story "President Attacked by Rabbit" was carried across the front page of The Washington Post, though the White House's refusal to release the photograph resulted in the newspaper using a cartoon parody of the Jaws poster labeled "PAWS" as its illustration. The White House still refused to release the photograph of the incident to the media until it turned up during the Reagan administration and the story saw a revival.

Carter shooing away the rabbit, at far right

In his 1986 book The Other Side of the Story, Powell recounted the story as follows:

Upon closer inspection, the animal turned out to be a rabbit. Not one of your cutesy, Easter Bunny-type rabbits, but one of those big splay-footed things that we called swamp rabbits when I was growing up.

The animal was clearly in distress, or perhaps berserk. The President confessed to having had limited experience with enraged rabbits. He was unable to reach a definite conclusion about its state of mind. What was obvious, however, was that this large, wet animal, making strange hissing noises and gnashing its teeth, was intent upon climbing into the Presidential boat.

The incident with the rabbit became fodder for political and ideological opponents who wanted to frame Carter's presidency as hapless and enfeebled, although the event's proximity to the Stateside release of the comedy feature film Monty Python and the Holy Grail, which includes scenes of a killer rabbit slaying humans, led to some people describing Carter as having "fended off a killer rabbit" instead.

The incident was parodied in 1980 in a song by the folk singer Tom Paxton entitled "I Don't Want a Bunny Wunny".

Humor columnist Dave Barry has often referred to the "enormous swimming rabbit" incident in his writings. In Dave Barry Slept Here: A Sort of History of the United States, he names it the uncontested single most memorable event of Carter's presidency.
"Lesson for life #1: if it moves, kill it. Lesson for life #2: if you can't kill it, for God's sake don't talk about it to the Associated Press.
SOURCE: Wikipedia

I Don't Want a Bunny Wunny

Words and Music by Tom Paxton

President Carter got into his boat;
Wasn't in a hurry, wanted to float.
Think about the country, think about sin.
Along swum a rabbit, and he tried to climb in.
(spoken) "And what did Jimmy say?"

"I don't want a bunny wunny in my little row boat,
In my little row boat in the pond.
For the bunny might be crazy and he'll bite me in the throat,
In my little row boat in the pond."

Look at him swimming, look at him fly,
Ears laid back and a gleam in his eye!
Hissing through his front teeth, swimming like a seal!
If you were the President, how would you feel?
You'd prob'ly say,


President Carter saved the day;
Splashed with the paddle, rabbit swam away.
Jimmy was a hero, felt it in his bones,
Said in the words of John Paul Jones,


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So now I am wondering about that Easter Bunny... What is he REALLY doing when he sneaks into our houses annually?

Wow that one looks like their Martian Cousin...

And this one attacking a Fireman?

I think we need to get to the bottom of this 'Rabbit Hole'  I am pretty sure that the ALICE CODE is the key to understanding EXACTLY WHO runs this planet.  So this thread is devoted to that research...

November 02, 2013, 07:29:09 PM by zorgon

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