Dark Satanic Mills

Bread is really complicated. Why don’t we just eat potatoes or bananas? Why all this hassle to grow loads of wheat (or other grain), laboriously sort it, then grind it to a small pile of flour, then another process to make the dough and bake it. Noone grows their own, too complicated. We all depend on The Miller.

The mill…
Grain was once ground by slaves using a pestle and mortar. Then someone invented the mill. The mill is incredibly complex too. Noone can have their own, so the Miller had a monopoly. I just visited a restored mill which is occasionally run to generate electricity, but this uses up more energy than it creates. Clearly they are not very efficient. The cost of building and maintenance must be huge. The massive water wheel, the huge grinding stones.

Keep the slaves busy…
The Greeks invented the mill, but the Romans carried on with the pestle and mortar method. The slaves must be kept busy, and never rest. Keep the slaves on the treadmill of life. So the purpose of the bread seems to be to create jobs, pointless tasks, just like we do for children at school today, and adults everywhere. How many people are in pointless jobs? Life could be much simpler, but that doesn’t bode well for the slavery side of things.

The Banker…
The mills are situated on the Banks of rivers, so they get the water power to turn the wheel. Building and running the mills must have required a lot of slaves. Why not just plant a few rows of potatoes? Surely mills were not built to help people and free slaves. So what’s the next trick on humanity? The grain was the currency, and the Miller had the monopoly on the grain and the food. It all had to be channelled through him. He hoarded Banks of Grain. He was a sort of banker, with everyone at his mercy. The farmers brought their grain to him, and he took a cut, a tax. He could take any amount he liked because the farmers were dependent on him. And I guess he could stockpile it and make the farmers more desperate if it suited him. Just like today’s bankers.

The Money Launderer…
The launder was the part of the mill that feeds the water to the water wheel. The Miller controls the laundering by a gate. The laundering is not for washing, it’s for power to transform grain to flour. I guess that different grains from different sources could easily be mixed in to the process to disguise things, like money laundering today. And one way of money laundering is to break down a huge amount into smaller amounts which are less traceable in the system. I don’t know what the Miller got up to, but I suspect that the term “money laundering” comes from him.

Grist to the Mill…
…means that “all things are a potential source of profit or advantage”. That sounds like corporate speak to me. It’s about exploiting people. Grain was used for profit and advantage by the Miller. Grain for gain. Grain was the currency, the Miller was the Banker.

The authors of Who Built The Moon conclude that barley is a genetically engineered crop, because a barley grain has very precise measurements in relation to the Earth’s measurements. This seems to confirm that there is a lot more to grain than just eating it. And possibly, it was not originally used for eating at all. The barley grain was used to measure things, which then perhaps went on to measuring people and keeping account of them, and then manipulating this, so that people were always in debt. The final master stroke is to make us eat the source of our slavery.

The Grain Master…
We call a thousand pounds of money “a grand”. Maybe it comes from the word grained. Maybe it was once 1000 pounds in weight of grain. And the Grain Master was the Miller. And now we have some of the most senior people in the land who are called Grandmaster of various orders, like The Order of The Garter, Grandmaster Prince Charles.

Staple food…
Somewhere along the line, we have been persuaded that we need bread to live, it’s our staple food. It’s a must have. And the only way to get the grain ground in sufficient quantities is to go through the Miller, because it’s so ridiculously complicated, you can’t do it yourself.

Our Daily Bread…
The Lord’s Prayer tells us to eat bread every day. “Give us this day our daily bread”. The hymn Bread of Heaven calls for more bread too. “Feed me til I want no more”. The hymn was written in Welsh, and the correct translation has no bread in it at all. The Royals patronise this hymn, at Di’s funeral, and the recent Royal Wedding. This is handy advertising for The Miller, and The Royals are obviously keen to praise bread. There could also be a double meaning here to do with their breeding, as Diana and Kate are of course used to breed the somewhat in.bred Royal family line.

What’s In Bred?
The Flour laws insist that even nice organic flour contains certain things, including Nicotinic Acid. Some cheap mainstream flour I bought recently looked like polyfilla. The point is we don’t really know what’s in it, do we? It’s a powder, and we just trust that the stuff has been ground from wheat with nothing added. We trust the Miller ! The phrase “I will grind his bones to make my bread” comes to mind, from Jack and The Beanstalk. Hey Giant, why not just eat the beans off the beanstalk? But that’s not the point is it? The big giant wants to process life into bread. The bread symbolises the Master Slave relationship that must be maintained. It’s not just the ingredients, it’s everything else that has gone into the bread too, the blood sweat and tears of slavery, our own enslavement. In French, bread is “pain”, very appropriate.

The Sand Witch…
We are told that sliced bread was the best invention since the wheel. That’s a coincidence! First the water wheel, then more bread ! Sandwiches make everyone eat more bread. Sand is another type of grain, a stone sort of grain, ground by the power of the sea, another type of water power. So maybe the Sand Witch is the Grain Witch. Have we been tricked into eating grain?

Millstone round your neck…
The millstone is massive and very heavy. But it is not just the weight of the stone that hurts your neck. It is the mill keeping you in slavery, bondage to the miller. The world commodities are controlled by bankers to this day. They grow nothing, do nothing, but everything is funnelled through them and they take their very big cut. A mortgage today is referred to as a millstone round your neck. The debt slavery of mortgages, rent, and now student debt too. It’s the idea that somehow we have to keep paying endlessly for things we have already paid for, so that we are held in constant bondage, keeping the treadmill going. That’s a heavy burden.

Millstone worship…
I know of two millstone monuments. There is a very new one outside Bath Abbey referencing the Cotswold Way footpath. It is a circular stone, about the size of a millstone, set into the ground. It says BEGINNING AND END AND… all joining up continuously, going round and round, like the Mill wheel going pointlessly round and round. The other one is in the very centre of Wells Cathedral, inlaid into the floor, with the Queen’s Eleventh commandment on it. It was to commemorate her Maundy Thursday visit, another slavery celebration whereby the Queen gives back some paltry amount to her slaves. And they get us to worship these millstones too.

Romanticising the grain…
We are fed imagery of cute water mill cottages, and home baked bread, and quaint streets where Hovis is made. It’s all so lovely and peaceful and homely. There is no apparent slavery in these images, and we are taken to a world that seems a better place. A world where people eat lots of bread.

Vitruvian Man…
Vitruvius is the first recorded mill designer. Funnily enough, Leonardo da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man is reminiscent of a water wheel, or perhaps a man on the treadmill, like a hamster on its hamster wheel. Pointless tasks to keep the hamster busy. Leonardo believed “the workings of the human body to be an analogy for the workings of the universe” according to Encyclopaedia Britannica. Was da Vinci drawing attention to the water wheel? To signify the slavery of humans by the symbol of the mill.

Grain allergy…
It’s not surprising that there are increasing allergies to wheat, our most common grain. Deep down, we are all aware of our own history and our own current state of slavery. As the global consciousness rises, maybe we are shaking off our chains by rejecting the grain. Saying No to the miller, the treadmill, and the daily grind.

(See also earlier posts: Banks, Don’t Pick The Berries, Housing Tax, The New Commandment, The Queen’s Alms, The Queen’s Debt, Be Positive, The Eyes and The Nose, Jesus da Vinci and Chakra, Shelf Life, Bridle and Groom, The Royal Olympic Fertility Ritual)

Book: Who Built The Moon by Christopher Knight and Alan Butler. They also wrote Civilisation One which has more on barley seeds.

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13 Responses to Dark Satanic Mills

  1. 5ocietyx says:

    Interesting post. Prisoners are granted or grainted their bread and water. In restaurants they are the only ‘freebies’ offered. Reminds me of Jordan Maxwell’s Law of Water. The two do seem to go together. X

    • suliwebster says:

      The more you think about it the worse it gets! You have reminded me of that punishment of children to be sent to bed with a diet of only bread and water. I hadn’t noticed the restaurant thing. But if you think about the effort involved to make bread or flour, it’s ridiculously cheap to buy. I still have bread in my house, but eat a lot less than I used to, and feel better for it. Will check out the Law of Water, thanks.

      • 5ocietyx says:

        It’s based on the concept that money is water that’s why it’s called ‘currency’ (or currents of the sea) because its currents flow through the river banks hence the term ‘banking’. ‘Merchant’ means ‘sea song’, when you spend money you ‘splash out’ or piss it away or spend it like water down the plughole, terms like ‘liquid assets’, bank-rupt sea, bail-outs etc

        So if mills are situated on the banks of rivers and water, which is already money, is used by the launderer via the banker to make flour (flow-er?) from grain (g-rain?) before it’s turned into dough to make bread, which are both slang terms for hard money or cash, so maybe the Miller performs the task of allowing the Mari-time Admiralty Law of Com-merce and its banking system (sea-stem?) onto the land?

      • suliwebster says:

        That fits perfectly, 5ocietyx! Converting water sea current to land grain currency. And all by trickery with words! The law lords fooling us again. I am looking into some other topics which I can now see link with this one.
        There is a port at Bristol called Sea Mills, a mill between the sea and the land, perhaps? It’s an old Roman port on the Via Julia Maritima. Its also at the end of the current A4 which starts in The City of London, where the money banks are. I have a post looming on these East West routes, and you have just given me another piece of the jigsaw, thanks!
        The names Bristol, Brighton, and Brighstone (Isle of Wight) are all variants of the same, all by the sea. I think they are Bri Stone. Brine. Britain and Britannia are not so different. Britannia rules the waves. It’s the sea that’s important. It’s amazing how much of our language comes from the sea, even the pulpit in the church is a boating word.
        There is AngleLand (England is Angleterre in French), and Anglesey, AngleSea. The land and the sea versions of Angle. Wills and Kate live in AngleSea, and it’s a very holy place. Now they are moving back to AngleLand for the birth.
        Yes I agree that grain is g.rain. The mill I went to had the biggest “catchment area” and never ran dry, because it got all the rain run off down to its pond. Therefore it was the most powerful mill in the area, because it always had the capacity to run if the miller chose. The rain catch determined the power of the Miller. And therefore his grain catch. G is the letter used by the Freemasons as their symbol. Sometimes I see a double G. I think this might be the symbol of Georgia. (See my post on The Georgian Empire).

      • 5ocietyx says:

        Yes, as soon as I read your post it clicked about the Maxwell thing. I’ll try and find the best clip of his as he explains it much better and in more detail.

        Another big Maxwell topic – trickery with words – why do you think we spell them? lol

        It seems like money-water is the stuff of blips on a screen – liquid assets, bail-outs, capital (which derives from captain of a ship) etc that are circulating in the fraudulent com-merc-ial banking system that adheres to Mari-time Law, the law of the high seas, the law of water and bread-money is paper money that you can hold in your hand and spend on the land so therefore adheres to the law of the land. You won’t be able to take your cash and go overseas and spend it as it will be a different currency.

        Both just as illusory. Banknotes are also produced from a mill.

        Money also seems linked to the moon which heavily affects water through tides. You may need to borrow money to ‘tide you over’. The moon is linked with time so time is money although Saturn is the ruler of time.

        Grain and raindrops even look the same shape. Water also helps the grain grow.

        Have also noticed the predominance of sea-faring/water terms in everyday language. The words ‘birth’ and ‘berth’ for example. Maxwell also talks about Maritime Law courts with their docks and wells etc. The word ‘bench’ comes from river bank.

        The knave of a church is also directly linked to navy, naval.
        The letter G also symbolises a whirlpool vortex, the Milky Way.

        The name George is encoding the name of a god long associated with the earth. The root ‘ge’ is an ancient word for Earth and is at the beginning and the end of the name. We still use this root today in words like geography. Saint George is England’s patron saint.

        We’ve also recently been discussing the Great West Road in relation to ley-lines. This may be worth looking into. X

      • suliwebster says:

        Wow, I live it when we get these synchronicities. That’s all very interesting. I live on or near a lot of the East West ways, and recently found out I did earlier in my life too. I also live a few hundred yards from a mill that used to print Bank of England banknotes, it was the biggest water wheel in England, and is called De Montalt Mill, somewhat Demon like! I think we are drawn to exploring things that we are connected to.
        I have written about spelling in The Dyslexics Are Right.
        I see birth and death as b.earth and d.earth, which signifies being of the earth, and departing the earth. The b and d are like an open and close quotes.
        Nave is navel too, and I see the layout of the Church as a map of the body, see Jesus da Vinci and Chakra post. The human body seems to be mapped out everywhere too. See my post on The Bath Skull.
        The canal builders insisted on being called navvies (navigators). I live near the East West canal route too! The canals (sea anal?) cleave (sea leave?) the land with water. I would like to live on a boat, I envy them their detachment from the system. I am wondering if the Big C in the media is the Big Sea, not cancer at all.
        Interesting G is vortex energy. I am curious about the plug hole thing with it being different in the North and South hemispheres. And why they always build roundabouts on energy nodes. In England that means clockwise energy on the node because we drive on the left.
        Just been writing about the tides on my other rambly blog! See http://sulirambles.wordpress.com/2013/06/04/ramble-tuesday-4th-june-2013/
        Hope to do a post on the East West routes soonish, if I don’t get distracted, and my resolve to reduce my Internet time doesn’t get in the way. Will probably be called George Street.

  2. Pratik Patel says:

    Hi I like to post a link of my one of blog similar to what you said… you pointed in one direction but it is general everywhere..

  3. rob frost says:

    “Give them bread and games”.
    Also, a staple holds things down and in place 😉

    I know the raw vegans emphasize avoiding wheat and I noticed it made a big difference when I cut it out.

    • suliwebster says:

      Yes, good point Rob. And they staple the stomachs of overweight people to stop them eating too much staples. Bread and games keeps us all shut up nicely, quiet and amused.

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