Time Samplers - Issue 1: Escape from Jekyll Island
About this page

About this page

It was important for this first page to set a strong tone through the artwork and writing. The very first sentence of this comic nods at the main premise, that powerful forces are controlling society.

Symbolism

Just as important are the use of symbols throughout the artwork.

All Seeing Eye

A single eye or partly obscured face to show a single eye are with imagery often associated with MK-ULTRA and Project Monarch. Plenty more on both of those throughout this series.

Checkerboard Pattern

Subtle reference to the masonic foundation of western society, and also its intended meaning - that we all walk among a checkerboard of good and evil, there’s no way to avoid either so you must embrace both.

Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars

This analogy is a humble tribute to the document known as Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars, made popular in the cult classic Behold a Pale Horse by the late William Cooper.

Some circulating versions of Silent Weapons contain a claim that it had originally been uncovered by accident on July 7, 1986 when an employee of Boeing Aircraft Co. purchased a surplus IBM copier for scrap parts at a sale, and discovered inside a copy of the pamphlet.

Currency is a Current, See?

This is the core message of Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars: that human behavior (e.g. within the context of economics and currency) follows the same laws as an electrical current.

What Mr. Rothschild had discovered was the basic principle of power, influence, and control over people as applied to economics. That principle is “when you assume the appearance of power, people soon give it to you.”

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Behold a Pale Horse

Behold a Pale Horse

Bill Cooper, former United States Naval Intelligence Briefing Team member, reveals information that remains hidden from the public eye. This information has been kept in topsecret government files since the 1940s.

About Issue 1: Escape from Jekyll Island

About Issue 1: Escape from Jekyll Island

In the debut issue, Lex and Cal take a trip to Jekyll Island circa 1913 – the birthplace of the Federal Reserve. Here they must fight off hordes of sheeple as they uncover the plans of Alexander Graham Bell, JP Morgan, William Rockefeller, and other elites.

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Credits

Thomas Gorence

Thomas Gorence (writing)

Erik Koconis

Erik Koconis (writing)

David Pinckney

David Pinckney (writing)

Nicolás Colacitti

Nicolás Colacitti (artwork)

About Time Samplers

About Time Samplers

A pair of musicians travel through time and investigate conspiracies while fighting back against the illuminati’s hoards of sheeple (sheep/people hybrids).

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