Jonathan Royle has been called the successor to David Icke.
I’m not familiar with his work, but Icke seems to be a good man with some good points: after all, he supported Cathy O’Brien in her claims against George Bush.
Nonetheless, David Icke has some strange ideas, and we should take nothing uncritically.
Aliens, David? You gotta be kidding me!
Haven’t you heard of PROJECT BLUE BEAM?
The plan for a fake alien invasion?
But let’s take a look at Icke’s self-styled successor: Jonathan Royle.
What’s up with the Illuminati symbols all over his ad?
Maybe he’s asking us to notice them, because he’s exposing NWO, but maybe something else is going on….
Jonathan Royle looks like controlled opposition marked with cartel signaling.
You can watch Jonathan Royle’s video, Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis, in full, below.
It looks pretty shady–although it briefly raises some points.
Maybe it’s an advertising gimmick for his hypnotism business….
There seem to be some positive types, like Richard Grannon, who attempt to use neurolinguistic programming for good.
But NLP, which Jonathan Royle employs, is the enemy’s tool, and he looks suspicious in a way that Richard Grannon doesn’t.
Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis emphasizes the fact that people take hypnotic suggestions, which are nothing but attacks from the outside, wrongly, to be aspects of themselves.
But the film’s point is undercut by its employment of hypnotic techniques.
Not to mention the bizarre appearance of a mason’s hat.
Here’s Royle with the masonic hat again–not to mention a whip.
A common hypnotic technique is to appeal to a subject’s resistance with a subliminal command, on a deeper level, something like…
The more you resist, the more you will listen to my suggestions.
That seems to be going on when we watch Jonathan Royle’s film, which is supposed to wake us up although it features constant scenes of the “doctor” putting people to sleep.
Reverse psychology, huh? I’m not gonna fall for that one….
Or does that mean I’m falling for it?
Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis does not mention forced speech or forced movement–which are the whole game.
Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis touches on the use of cybernetic technology, about which you can learn in several of my articles.
Many medical doctors and concerned citizens have spoken against 5g.
But I experience microwave harassment wherever I go, and I know that similar attacks have gone on for hundreds of years, back to Benjamin Franklin, Matthew Boulton, and Luigi Galvani–not to mention Nikola Tesla.
The greater issue with 5g seems to be its use to promote thousands of new satellites.
Not to mention the way it provides an easily surveillable and interference-prone means of communication during the COVID Shutdown.
Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis shows how the internet, television, and movies reenforce hypnotic suggestions.
That’s not the world’s deepest point.
Your television is a mind control device that watches you back.
The same goes for the internet, which was started by the Deep State, in the form of ARPANET, and funded by the CIA, through IN-Q-TEL.
Unless you’re reading my site–or doing something similar–the internet can be an unhealthy influence!
Smartphones are even worse: they are designed to be addictive, they employ color programming, and the enemy can piggyback signal off them.
Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis suggests how the New World Order drives people to medication, a subject addressed in my article on the misdiagnosis of mind control.
But absent a discussion of microwave harassment, or processed food, or something, this is not the deepest point.
Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis describes the use of fear, by the New World Order, to drive us to false solutions, a subject addressed in my article on false flag attacks.
Funny how the film uses the same technique, scaring us with the New World Order, and advertising the “doctor’s” expertise, while it suggests he has a solution for us….
That involves us giving him money, so we can use hypnosis against the gullible–just as he does to his customers.
Notice how his weird-looking partner, wearing the satanic colors, has a masonic name that suggest thievery?
That’s an interesting emblem on the jacket of the King of Hypnotists.
It looks kind of like the Star of Ishtar….
You know? Like the one used by the satanists at CIA?
Or the one used by the satanists at the 30th Intelligence Squadron of the Air Force?
Or the one used by the satanists at the Canadian Forces Intelligence Branch?
That one has a crown–just like the one suggested by Jonathan Royle, the King of Hypnotists.
Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis touches on the satanic calendar, and the enemy’s insane interest in numerology, about which I have written in connection with luciferian beliefs, soul contracts, and sacrifice.
Meanwhile, Jonathan Royle wants to sell us the Ring of Destiny (Combination Number Lock Mentalism) for the low low price of only thirty dollars….
But wait: there’s more!
Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis touches on human hunting parties, at places like Bohemian Grove, about which I have written.
Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis touches on secret societies, like the masons, which my friend, Dr. Katherine Horton, has exposed.
Jonathan Royle’s treatment of these matters is superficial at best.
Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis touches on the use of organized religion–only not as deeply as Phil Collins’ trenchant analysis.
This is a topic addressed in my exposé of Islam.
Certainly, as I have suggested elsewhere, the acceptance of criminals and child molesters in the Roman Catholic Church is a sign of brainwashing.
As the Illuminati hedge, backing the Wahhabists and the Zionists, armageddon is the end game.
Meanwhile, Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis touches on the deep complicity of the banks, fractional reserve banking, and the fraud of money, which I have addressed in my article on fake green causes.
The Creature from Jekyll Island is an excellent book to read on this subject.
Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis touches on the complicity of Illuminati Families such as the Rothschilds and the DuPonts, about which I have written.
But let’s not forget the Windsors–a clan that rivals even the Rockefellers.
You can learn more about Illuminati Crime Families in Fritz Springmeier’s book on the Thirteen Bloodlines.
Fritz Springmeier co-wrote excellent books on Illuminati mind control with Cisco Wheeler, whose grandfather’s brother, General Earle Wheeler, was Head of Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Trauma-based mind control, as used by the Tavistock Institute, is something about which you can learn in Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis.
Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis barely touches on the role of Malta in the plot against all life, a subject addressed in my articles on color programming.
Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis touches on the connection of Josef Mengele to MK-ULTRA.
The Angel of Death tortured my grandfather at the Rockefellers’ company: ARCO.
And the boys at MK-ULTRA once threw the grand-daughter of a Nazi cyberneticist in my way.
She was actually a nice lady, who had nothing to do with this.
It’s a subject about which you can read in my soon-to-be published books, which are finally in production.
Some prefer videos to articles, so there may be some things in Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis that some can learn more easily, and simply, than on my site.
It’s almost as good as The Scarlet Pimpernel: Sink me if I’m wrong!
Too bad the creator does not share my sense of sartorial splendor….
Nor does Royle understand American politics, as he attacks our former president–a man admittedly challenged in his coiffure.
Royle skirts dangerously close to globalism and socialism at times, while he bashes nationalists, and he looks genuinely creepy in the hypnotism scenes.
This is not acceptable, nor, to a lesser extent, are the homosexual shows Jonathan Royle puts on.
In Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis, Jonathan Royle says he does these kinds of acts because he is a family man….
It’s not acceptable to call oneself a magical guru, or to teach or employ hypnotism–although it may explain why anyone would be with a man like this.
Jonathan Royle started his “career” as a clown who looked suspiciously like the victim of sexual abuse, and now he looks like a clown who is the perpetrator of sexual abuse.
If you must watch Jonathan Royle’s film, Extreme Danger – Extreme Hypnosis, you can do so below.
I’d be damned if I’d sign up for hypnotherapy, or stage hypnotism, with this character, or anyone for that matter; but the magical guru understands something of how people are brainwashed.
The question is…what is he doing with that knowledge.
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