Part II: Top Ten Stories

Part II includes our stories for culture, science & technology, space, and food & health.


Story #11: The Growth of Beauty

Cultural debasement may seem to be everywhere—but so is beauty. Judging by the crowds filling museums, concerts, castles, and cathedrals in Europe, people seem to realize how essential beauty is. Ignore the people at the top who are financing incoherence, because the market is going for beauty.

Story #12: Mind Control Concerns Go Mainstream

After years of being a fringe topic, it’s suddenly socially acceptable to talk about mind control. We can thank Truthstream Media for their remarkable videos that make mind control more understandable, and Dr. Farrell’s magnificent book looking at “soft” forms of mind manipulation in the arts and music as well as the power (for good and ill) of human intentionality. Why not choose beautiful art that reintegrates rather than ugly art that is dissociative?

Story #13: The Real Deal on Gender X

Introducing robotics requires legal, financial, and accounting systems to manage robots. The clever alternative to developing new systems from scratch is to figure out how to fold robots into the human payroll and taxation systems. And voilà, we now have gender X as an option on birth certificates so that robots can be citizens and taxpayers—no interruption of cash flows required. If this seems far-fetched, remember that corporations became people, too. This is all being sold as “rights.” We think it is about “replacement.”

​Story #14: Aretha Franklin’s Magnificent Legacy

The Queen of Soul was a remarkable person and artist. Listening to her music can help you appreciate one of the most powerful, loving, vital, full of life, and pro-human impulses of the 20th century. God be with you, Aretha!


Story #15: Holograms, Memes, and European Rules: Copyright and Content Integrity Gets Very Complex

We already knew that digital systems had no integrity, but now it’s possible to make a video of you saying something you never said, or headline a concert or political speech with a hologram. Copyright issues are about to get very dicey and expensive.

Story #16: EMF Radiation: Consumers Push Back

As 5G infrastructure rolls out with the FCC’s permission, local municipalities and consumers are fighting back. Expect this to become an even bigger story in 2019.


Story #17: Trump Creates the Space Force

The Solari Report’s 1st Quarter 2018 Wrap Up focused on the space-based economy, including discussing space as “the ultimate corporate offshore haven” and an outlet for the trillions in missing money. So, one way to view Trump’s Space Force announcement is as a signal that the U.S. is serious about protecting space assets. Trump actually talked about needing “another” Space Force—was this a slip of the tongue or a carefully crafted faux pas to get people ready for the rollout of a Space Force that, in fact, already exists?

Story #18: Satellite Security

One of the news items for this story is about Lockheed Martin’s Air Force satellite contract. Given the size of Lockheed’s government contracts—50% greater than its nearest competitor—and the fact that Lockheed was in charge of all the payment systems at HUD and DOD when the $21 trillion went missing, you have to ask, “Does Lockheed Martin run the government?”


Story #19: What’s Up with Blood?

Between stories about Silicon Valley collecting and selling young people’s blood, to reports of blood trafficking, to Mel Gibson saying that Hollywood feasts on the blood of children, something seems to be up with blood. When you connect the dots with other phenomena like pedophile networks, organ harvesting, abortion, sex slavery rings, and powerful people who never seem to age, it creates a pretty unsavory picture of a satanic technocracy at work. From an economic standpoint, we’re watching people being turned into natural resources to be harvested, even down to the level of harvesting their energy. The story of Theranos tells us that the national security establishment is also interested in blood.

Story #20: Glyphosate Gets Outed and Monsanto (Now Bayer) Loses Big

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is one of 2018’s big heroes. And it looks like Bayer got stuck with a “pig in a poke.” Was Bayer so focused on owning the seed and food system that it didn’t pay attention to Monsanto losing control of the narrative? Monsanto’s fall from grace provides an instructive example of what can happen when the public gets angry. Watch other corporations use smoke and mirrors to persuade people that they are socially responsible so that the Monsanto thing doesn’t happen to them.


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