became aware of the Glen Kealey affair and the problem that he had with Andre and theOutlaw Forum.How he presented his side of the story concerning both issues whilst on-air onlyserved to validate my suspicions. I also began to question Alan's evolution upon the radio-waves, trying to see from another angle why his view on Jesus in 1998 was so different from theone that he later espoused to callers on his own show in 2008. When he first appeared onJackie's show, Alan made it seem like he believed in the existence of Jesus the Man, saying thathe knew about the Mysteries etc., as he also gave an esoteric rendition for all of the Bible's keystories and characters (thereby linking it to the Mystery Religion and astro-theology) (and as faras how Jackie and Alan met, she said that he called her up one day out-of-the-blue, told herthat he had been listening to her show, and that she "almost had the truth")- but in Oct 2007,before I had heard Alan's and Jackie's interviews (when I was just getting into him), I rememberhearing him tell George Noory that Jesus the Man never even existed (and I had no problemwith that, as I had already seen Zeitgeist a few months earlier, and had begun to believe thatnotion myself). About a half a year later, in May 2008, after I had already heard Alan tell a fewcallers on his own show that Jesus the Man never existed (and after I had ordered from him his'24-hour lecture series on Ancient History and Religion', as well as his 'Waiting For the Miracle',
3 ‘Cutting Through’ Books, and two DVDs)
- I then began to hear him tell Jackie's audience (forthe first time) that Jesus had knowledge of the Mysteries, that the story of him being taken intoEgypt as a baby shows that he was connected to the Mystery Religion etc. I remember thinkingat the time, 'why not tell them the real truth, namely, that he never even existed?' Butobviously, the answer to my question would have been that Alan was only trying to "
" (in other words, help them, free them from their conditioning etc).
: You said that he had studied the mysteries and he became a renegade?
: He was openly (I say openly) but it was for those amongst the listeners who could understand the esoteric behind the stories that he was getting, but he was getting it out to the public and these were sacred things that were tobe kept for the inner religion"
(Alan Watt on "Sweet Liberty" with Jackie Patru Dec. 8
.But in Sept 2009, well after Zeitgeist Addendum had been exposed as NWO propaganda, andafter the Glen Kealey affair had become public knowledge, I started to do more research intoancient history, Theosophy, and the Freemasons. I started to notice 6 huge errors in Alan'swork (in fact, had noticed small errors here and there since 2008), and given that Alan is
tremendously smart, couldn’t fathom how he could of made them (unless, of course, they were
deliberate distortions). His 6 major errors made his 'I-want-to-deprogram-them-assertion' takeon a whole new twist. Though Alan does point us toward great sources of information, when itcomes to some of his grandest claims made in his '
Cutting Through Vol 1' (1999)
, we have toremember that we're never even presented with any footnotes or references that could backup what he says. On
(the title says 'History and Religion'), he writes that
"Humankind, inits present form, is over 190,000 years old" , and that,"during the sixteen thousand years that comprised the last ice-age, ancient earthborn Troglodytes had already achieved and continue to