And when they shall say unto you, Seek unto them that have familiar spirits, and unto wizards that peep, and that mutter: should not a people seek unto their God? for the living to the dead? Isaiah 8:19
Speaking of Wizards that peep and mutter, on January 18, 2019, the Jason Goodman YouTube channel produced an 18.29 minute irreverent conjuration of spirits to mesmerize their audience into paying for an exclusive Patreon program starring those two Master Illusionists: Jason Goodman of Crowdsource the Truth and David Hawkins of Reverse CSI Storyboards.
The link to the advertisement for this show: Red Line Death in Zulu Time: Did Ramsey Use George Sweigert Patent to Call Police with David Hawkins.The description byline says, “David continues his deep dive into the patent office. Did George Henry Sweigert’s patented tech play a role in the Jon Bennet Ramsey murder or subsequent call to Boulder, CO police?”
What possible meaningful connection could there be between those two unrelated events? To find out where the lurid imaginations of David Hawkins and Jason Goodman end up, you must first prove your loyalty as an active financial supporter through their Patreon accounts.
Or you can make an educated guess completely free of charge by reading this Tracking the Leopard Meroz post.
A Classic Example of Real Time Discovery?
At the 1.48 mark of this video teaser for the Jason Goodman Peep Show, David Hawkins says, “Today is a classic example of what I think people who follow you and I can discover is that we are involved in real-time discovery so this morning I wake up, I know you’ve been getting a lot of harassment from this guy Sweigert, and I know that his father invented in, was patented, was granted a patent in 1966 for this cordless telephone. And I thought, well, wonder if the Ramseys used a cordless phone which would obviously be vulnerable to what is known as a man-in-the-middle attack. And incidentally I don’t say the Brits invented man-in-the middle attack, but I do say they are very good at it and one of the earliest man-in-the-middle, very well-known one was… (and Hawkins presents a story)…spymaster for Elizabeth the first, Sir Francis Walsingham who intercepted a message…”.
Hawkins uses this historical note to illustrate the work of a man-in-the middle attack, to explain that after the message was intercepted, a postscript was added that looked like Mary Queen of Scots was planning to have her half-sister assassinated [3.28]. This repeated use of the phrase “man-in-the-middle attack” by Hawkins throughout the video, causes one to wonder if this is some kind of veiled threat, a conjuring of a spell by Master Illusionist David Hawkins. What else is a reasonable person to conclude, given the joining together of unrelated historical facts to support the creation of absurd insinuations?
Further into this Peep Show teaser, Hawkins at the 4.10 mark discusses that Mrs. Ramsey “put the call in, but apparently the 911 dispatcher police, they all heard voices on the phone after the Ramseys said it had been hung up so then I thought of your friend, George Sweigert”. Jason then corrects him, saying, “was David, David George Sweigert.”
And at the 4.52 mark, David Hawkins mentions the “fascinating paths of a patent granted to George H. Sweigert.” Continuing on, [5.08 mark] Hawkins relates, “All of these patents are subject to what are known as some combination of submarining frauds or continuation frauds where a slight change is made in the core of the patent that buys them another 20-25 years. Now of course these patents can be very lucrative; that is to say, the benefits of a patent of 1966 can be passed through the estate of the late George H. Sweigert through the estate of his sons who may then be receiving periodically checks for the use of either the original patent or the continuation or submarine components of that patent. Now here is the sinister thing…[5.48]….Serco…man-in-the middle- attack on the U. S… 911…
HERE IS THE SINISTER THING?
I will tell you where the sinister thing is: the province of a video showing two men, who for filthy lucre, target Dave Sweigert by maligning the memories of his father.
George H. Sweigert fought in World War II, and according to War, Radio, and Me: The War Story of the Portable Phone, Sweigert recalls, “When the Marines shipped out of Guadalcanal in December of 1942, some Army units started getting moved up to relieve them. We thought we might get moved up, but then the word came down that we would remain on Fiji. Horror stories of Guadalcanal started filtering back to Fiji of all the hardships the Marines had there. I was especially interested in the stories about which radios worked and which ones didn’t in battle conditions. I found out very quickly the walkie-talkies had failed frequently, and the guys with pack radios had to go stand in a clearing or on top of the hill at times to get a good signal in the jungle conditions. This is not what I wanted to hear. My worst fears were confirmed in that these radio men were favorite targets of Japanese snipers. And yes, the Japanese really were using triangulation devices to triangulate on patrols and drop in mortar attacks on them. It was great motivation for developing my radio repeater further for jungle fighting conditions.”
Does that excerpt sound to you like George H. Sweigert, who was attempting to support his family in the years following his survival of the deadly World War II Pacific arena by acquiring a patent on his invention, has blood on his hands for the death of Jon Benet, because Mrs. Ramsey might have called 911 on a cordless phone? Hawkins fails to mention that the cordless phone has been used to call 911 countless times to protect helpless persons who need medical aid or police protection.
There is no moral connection whatsoever between the Sweigerts and a horrific child murder committed 30 years after Sweigert applied for a patent on May 2, 1966.
There is, however, a moral connection that was created by the merchandising of the malicious evil surmisings of David Hawkins and Jason Goodman. For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again. (Matthew 7:2)