At face value, SORCHA FAAL and her website, WhatDoesItMean.com, are a bit of an anomaly in the world of independent journalism. The site claims to be the “World’s Largest English Language News Service With Over 500 Articles Updated Daily.” This, of course, is a complete lie. One need only to look as far as the Associated Press, Breitbart or Reuters to supplant such a false claim.
The site is best known for publishing gravely outlandish articles with absolutely no substantiation whatsoever, such as the April 2016 report “Mysterious Planet Ejected From Black Hole At Center Of Galaxy Warned Could Soon Impact Earth” and “Shocking Alien Fears Force Pope From Office .” Egads! [/sarcasm]
Virtually EVERY article on the site is said to have been leaked from “secret Russian reports” that are “circulating around the Kremlin.” Of course, PROOF of such reports is NEVER offered. No sources are EVER cited. SORCHA FAAL apparently expects her readers to fly on [BLIND] faith alone.
So, who is “SORCHA FAAL”? In 2005, the site claimed the she was a Russian researcher. Her name is said to have come from the ancient Gaeilgebranch of the Goidelic languages of Ireland, meaning “She who brings light to the dark and barren place.” And the person behind the name? Well, according to her website:
“Sister Maria Theresa is the 73 rd Sorcha Faal of the Sorcha Faal Order, Elected as Mother Superior, 3 February 2007, whose order comprises 18 Monasteries in Ireland, Russia, Egypt, Lebanon and the United States.”
The site claims that “SORCHA FAAL” is not a PERSON, but rather a TITLE, which a woman named MARIA THERESA currently holds. The site further explains:
“The Order of Sorcha Faal was established in 588 [BCE] in Tara, County Meath, Ireland, whose founder was the oldest daughter of King Zedekiah, Tamar Tephi.
The Sisters of Sorcha Faal are a cloistered order [kept away from the outside world; sheltered], devoted to ancient Biblical, religious and scientific study, whose only contact is through intermediaries.
The WhatDoesItMean.com website used to disseminate Sorcha Faal reports was created for and donated to the Sisters of Sorcha Faal in 2003 by a small group of American computer experts, led by the late global technology guru, Wayne Green [1922 – 2013], to counter the propaganda being used by the West to promote their illegal 2003 invasion of Iraq.”
So, the site claims to have been started in response to the 2003 Iraq war. But WHO started the site? Well, it wasn’t started by SORCHA FAAL, because “SORCHA FAAL” DOES NOT EXIST! She is a figment of the imagination. Who’s imagination? DAVID BOOTH.
An archive of an early version of the site reveals that BOOTH is the person behind the keyboard. Who is DAVID BOOTH? He is purportedly a researcher and a psychic, claiming to have foreseen and predicted the May 1979 crash of American Airlines flight 191 in Chicago, Illinois, which killed 273 people.
BOOTH is also an author. He penned the book “Code Red: The Coming Destruction Of The United States, 2004.” However, the book was quickly revealed to be nearly COMPLETELY plagiarized and fabricated. BOOTH gleefully ripped off entire portions of text from author AMITAKH STANFORD’s 2002 copyrighted article “Nibiru And The Anunnaki” [not to mention numerous others] and reproduced her work, in its near entirety, passing it off as his own. He also claims to be a cousin of the late Pope JOHN PAUL, II.
BOOTH has established himself as a cook and a con artist, but it gets worse. He reportedly has ties to the CIA [United States Central Intelligence Agency], specializing in COINTELPRO [counter-intelligence programs].
His site claims the following attributes:
WhatDoesItMean.com is a wholly owned subsidiary of Oculus Miranda
848 North Rainbow Boulevard #2098
Las Vegas, NV 89107
Google Maps reveals this location to be an inconspicuous strip mall [an obvious fake address]. The phone number belongs to a VOIP [Voice Over Internet Protocol] account in the Westchester area of Washington, D.C., lending credence to the CIA accusations. The Latin phrase “Oculus Miranda” is a loose English translation of “all-seeing eye,” an Illuminati staple. The site also features Illuminati images of the Freemasonic compass, a pyramid with the all-seeing eye, the 6-pointed star and the Egyptian sun.
But what about BOOTH’s webmaster, the late Wayne Sanger Green, II? How does he fit into all of this? GREEN was an author, editor, HAM radio broadcaster and the owner of a software company. But was he more than that? Some believe that GREEN was BOOTH’s CIA “handler” and the brains behind the entire WhatDoesItMean.com operation.
So, what is the reason for all of the disinformation? Why all the fear-mongering? “SORCHA FAAL,” BOOTH’s made-up character, claims to have access to secret Russian intelligence reports. The majority of the doom-and-gloom stories on WhatDoesItMean.com promote anti-U.S. sentiments. Could this site be designed to foment war between Russia and the United States? It is clearly a psy-op [psychological operation], designed to misinform and lead astray the masses.
“SORCHA FAAL” likes to strike when the iron is hot, adding exaggerated hyperbole to trending news stories. By mixing fact with fiction, WhatDoesItMean.com is able to bait readers with just enough truth for a story to initially seem plausible, before interlacing enough bullshit to lead them into the valley of the nonsensical.
For example, combining stories about joint U.S.-Russian military exercises and a vibrant meteor shower yielded “Asteroid Targeted By Massive United States And Russian Military Forces Missile Launch Hit And Destroyed, Debris Rains Down Upon Northern Hemispheric Regions.” Why the hyperbole? One word: CONTROL. If you control the news, you control public opinion. Do you want the tax-payers to fund a certain project? Create a problem pertaining to that subject and then offer a solution.
Former CIA Director WILLIAM CASEY put it best:
“We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.”
Want to create fear of or sympathy for a certain group of people? Publish bullshit articles like “Australia To Imprison All Muslims In Concentration Camps.” Boom! Muslims are now feared by one half of the masses and showered with sympathy by the other. You will have the tax-payers eating out of the palm of your hand, begging you for a solution to the problem that you created [which may or may not even exist].
These tactics of disinformation are nothing new. One need only to look as far as the CIA’s “Operation Mockingbird” for their roots in modern journalism.
Want to scare the masses and create anti-government sentiment? Publish nonsense like “U.S. President Orders Military To Begin Jailing All Civilian Protesters To War.” Knowledge is power, even when that knowledge is fake and engineered. Remember, it is easier to fool someone than to convince them that they have been fooled.
Adding more fuel to the fire, the DHS [United States Department Of Homeland Security] utilized information from 10 SORCHA FAAL articles in compiling one of their federal reports. WhatDoesItMean.com can, without a doubt, be placed under the category of GOVERNMENT-SPONSORED DISINFORMATION.
With the fervor surrounding “fake news” in the air as late, you can’t get much faker than WhatDoesItMean.com.
~ Merit Freeman