I am a huge fan of your site, and check it for new stuff at least once a
I am wondering what you can tell me about "medievalism", which
seems to be a growing cultish type of organisation, and is certainly international.
My brother has been involved with medievalists from university for a long
time now, but until I saw his new website, I had no idea just how involved
These people are secretive, elitist and strange. They perform all sorts of
ancient rituals and actively promote changing your way of life to a "medieval
What are your thoughts about this sort of stuff? How much do we have toi
worry about this as a growing trend and about it claiming more members? My
brother is obsessed with it, spends all his money on medieval stuff, hangs
around with other "medievalsists" and on weekends is always going
off to what he calls "immersion events".
If you look at the photos on his website you will see just how strange this
stuff is, and how many people are into it. Even though there are so many people
doing this, how often have you heard about it on the news?
Who are the leaders? Where are they getting the funding for all that equipment
and what are their long term goals? I'm looking forward to hearing what you
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, September 21, 2004 4:48 PM
Subject: Re: link re cultish conspiracy
Thanks for letting me know. I haven't read the info yet, so I'm only working
off the top of my head, but you should be concerned about this. The satanic
NWO crowd have a thousand and one ways to induce young people into their ranks,
and this sounds like one of them. If you remember Dungeons and Dragons from
a few years ago, that was a similar ploy to suck in young people. Just about
every video game is a ploy to suck little kids into the mind set of competitive
violence and combativeness, which is the world that the NWO thrives in.
TV shows (reality TV. Extreme this, Extreme that shows, etc) stive to accomplish
the same thing: dog eat dog, survival of the fittest, and ZERO promotion of
humaneness, charity, love, forgiveness, tenderness, mercy, spiritualism, etc.
Medieval,. of course, means a feudal world or serfs who own nothing and royal
elites who own everything and control the lives of the serf population. Now
can you guess who will play the role of the elites and who will be the serfs
if the NWO gets their way?
This is EXACTLY the sort of world the NWO is trying to engineer into existence,
so naturally, they want to get young people to play with it and become acclaimated.
The hallmarks of cult activity are secrecy, rituals, and obsessive preoccupation
with the cult mind set. They PROGRAM (mind control) people who get sucked
into cults. Those "immersion" events are more likely "mind
control programming events" of which your brother is completely unaware
of what is actually taking place.
You can find out more info than I can from your brother. You need to help
him to get out of this and realize that he's being played for a chump.
Why don't you start digging and keep me posted.
I'll post your letter.
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Brown" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 3:17 PM
Subject: Re: "Medievalism", a new Name for an old Game
This is one of those where people can get really bent, scared, or whatever
for no real reason. One would think that a brother would ASK his brother what
it is that so absorbs him---particularly if it bothers him as much as this
boy SEEMS to be bothered. I recognize the style of armour. The guy is in an
organization which was listed on Richard Nixon's infamous "F.B.I. Black
List (of subversive organizations)" as "...mostly harmless monarchists.
The organization in question is the Society for Creative Anachronism, an organization
with the stated goal of "re-creating the Middle Ages---the way they SHOULD
have been". There are no serfs, slaves,etc. Everyone in this game is
considered to be of noble birth so the link to the "old game" is
severed. There are more people involved in the arts & sciences aspects
of life in the Middle Ages than ever show up on the battlefield. This includes
the de facto international convention every August about an hour north of
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania attended by approximately 10,000 "gentles".
People of all walks of life re: age, race, occupation, faith, religion(they
are different concepts), political (party, understanding/consciousness,etc.)--gosh,
just like in "real life". As you may have gathered, I, myself, was
a part of the SCA for many years. Most of it, I enjoyed immensely, participating
as a bard(singer of [old] songs, teller of tales), an artist (mostly calligraphy/illumination)
and as an archer and marshall (safety officer) of archery. When I did interviews
for the press, I bragged on our heavy fighters as being the safest contact
sport in the world because, at least as of 10 years
ago, there had never been a fatality linked to the organization--though the
media in California made the attempt once. The idea for many of the fighters
is to go on the field and "kill" as many of the opposition as possible,
then join them in the encampment of one side or the other for singing, drinking
and wenching. Wow! This is getting LONG! Sorry, Ken. I am a former teacher
with a Master's degree in behavioral psych. and I have seen much good in the
SCA. If it is an attempt by the Powers That Be relating to the new world order,
they screwed up big time. For the official information on the
Society for Creative Anachronism,
check out www.sca.org.
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