New Site is Finally Active


Off to a new platform!

After further research I figured it better to move to a site (and yes, I should have done that from the get go).  The new site’s address is :

And thank you everyone !  I’ve appreciated everyone’s comments, feedback, and criticism.  I’ve enjoyed getting to know many of you, and look forward to keeping our correspondence in place moving forward.  All of us realize there is more to these topics than a simple black/white or good/evil perspective; and that perspective, I think, is much more rewarding in the long run.

As a side-note, I’ll continue to move all material located here to the new site, so not all is lost.  I should have two new articles up on the new site by the end of the week.  Thanks again for everyone’s patience.

Breaking Down the Hatybov Mythos : A Perspective from Europe


The Hatybov mythos? What more can be said? I have always stated that the material is possibly a mix of science fiction, allegory, the motion picture The Matrix, and other random philosophies. One can see the work of Pythagoras, Robert Anton Wilson, and even Gurdjieff popping up randomly within the basis of the material. Whether the person existed or not, I still have no idea, but one still sees the name occasionally appear alongside ideas such as the Lunar Wave and even the black goo phenomenon of recent months. Continue reading “Breaking Down the Hatybov Mythos : A Perspective from Europe”

Hatibow’s God : The Land Management System

Originally published on 7/10/15

Continuing my exploration of the published works of Abdelelah Al-Khatib, aka A.M. Hatibov, AKA Hatibow, I’ve begun to piece together the Hatibow “system” that creates our world and creates the infamous Lunar Wave.  To begin with, let’s assume the following is true (forgive me, all – there are quite a few bullet points in this one in order to attempt to keep the info straight for you (and me!).  This is a long post, and I’ve tried to make this as readable as possible for everyone. Continue reading “Hatibow’s God : The Land Management System”