Timeline Manipulation and Control

An old idea

It was 1815 and the Rothschild family had established a network of agents and couriers throughout Europe in the early 19th century to gather information and conduct business. This network allowed the Rothschilds to keep abreast of political and economic developments in different countries and to make informed financial decisions.

The network was particularly useful during the Napoleonic Wars, as it allowed the Rothschilds to gather intelligence about the progress of the war and the financial situation of the various combatants. The family used this information to their advantage in their financial dealings, and they played a significant role in the financing of the British government during this time.

The Rothschild’s network of agents and couriers throughout Europe gathered information, conducted business, and communicated with their agents and partners using the telegraph. This network was an important part of their success in the world of finance and banking, and it is likely that they used a variety of methods including carrier pigeons to ensure its efficient and effective operation.

The network had hubs in major cities such as London, Paris, Vienna, and Frankfurt, where the Rothschilds had established banking houses. From these hubs, the Rothschilds were able to gather intelligence about political and economic developments in different countries and to conduct financial transactions with their agents and partners.

Sophisticated intelligence gathering networks gave the financiers a clear edge over the governments they were slowly gaining control of. On June 18, 1815, agents of the British arm of the Rothschild family looked on as Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte fought desperately to save his army from the jaws of a British Prussion Pincer Attack. A Rothschild agent was able to get the news of Napoleon’s defeat at the hands of Lord Wellington to Nathan Rothschild, the head of the British arm of the Rothschild family, a full 20 hours before the news reached London. Nathan put out the rumor to the London Stock Exchange that Napoleon had won the war. Stocks plunged by 98% and Rothschild was then able to buy up the entire British economy for pennies on the pound. When the news of Napoleon’s defeat finally arrived, stocks soared. Britain was now the undisputed ruler of Europe and Rothschild ruled England. The already dominant empire grew even more aggressive, as her troops and bureaucracies spread across the globe. The sun never set on Britannia’s holdings. – Endgame (2007)

The Rothschild agent, via their technological advantages, was therefore occupying a very different timeline respectively to the rest of the population in London, albeit for a short period of time. This synthesis of opposing timelines was all Rothschild needed to capitalize on the event in a truly spectacular fashion.

The ability to control the narrative and manage the perception of a person within a timeline can be highly valuable, as it allows individuals or organizations to shape the way that others view them and the events in which they are involved. This can be particularly important when it comes to managing reputation and public image, as people’s perceptions of an individual or organization can have a significant impact on their success and influence.

For example, if an individual or organization is able to control the narrative and shape the perception of their actions or decisions, they may be able to deflect criticism or negative attention and maintain a positive public image. This can be especially useful in situations where there is a lot at stake, such as in politics, business, or other areas of public life.

On the other hand, if an individual or organization is not able to control the narrative and manage their perception within a timeline, they may be at a disadvantage. For example, if negative information about an individual or organization is allowed to circulate unchecked, it can damage its reputation and reduce its influence. Therefore, being able to control the narrative and manage perception within a timeline can be an important factor in an individual or organization’s success.

The Chronogarchy

The Chronogarchy is an idea that has been put forward online by a fellow named Alfred Lambremont Webre. While we won’t be going into explicit detail about his work here, it is mentioned because of the nature of the idea in general.

What is the Chronogarchy exactly?

The word ‘Chronogarchy’ is a neologism that signifies ‘Those Who Rule Through Time,’ or the manipulation of it.

 

The Chronogarchy is an interdimensional hidden power structure monitoring the time-space of Earth as its domain of influence, operating as a secret government using quantum access Time Travel technologies to carry out its operation and mandates. – Afred Webre

While Alfred’s work regarding the Chronogarchy is extensive and spans multiple volumes of his own work, it’s mainly noted here to highlight this idea of an oligarchy that uses the influence or manipulation of time or a set of events as its currency.

Typically this sort of timeline manipulation and analysis exists within the realm of the military. Advanced computers run models for threat detection and various simulations on how specific threats can be detected and neutralized. This model and strategy is something that has been practiced in war since the practical use of war games was implemented by the Prussians. The same model or course of action could also be applied to a domestic population. Not controlling the enemies of war, but the enemies of the state. A sort of social population control via threat detection and systems of aversion. Various timelines can be simulated and rolled out to a population in a sort of social programming to insure an accepted narrative within the realm of social control. Previously there have been talks about programs like ‘Looking Glass’ and other things like Minority Report where they touch on similar topics.

At the end of it all, it’s something that is less esoteric than what it might initially seem. Predicting the future is not something that is fake or something that is done by some charlatan. Is your local meteorologist a fraud or hoaxter? What in essence is being done is that there are weather forecasts on social narratives. In the same way that we can know that a thunderstorm might be a few hours away and people can be advised to take shelter, we can also map and predict social unrest and then seed in opposing narratives that can calm the storm as it were.

Mass amounts of data are collected each day on most individuals that use the internet if only for the use of advertising. This data can be collected analyzed and then used to make predictions on what a person might buy. Is this a form of predicting the future? Not exactly. But one could argue that the data itself is being used to shape future events.

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