Pokémon

A clever scheme to seduce children in to occult thinking is Pokémon.

It is laced with eastern mysticism. Buddhist Mysticism, Hinduism, meditation rituals, Egyptian Book of the Dead, Book of Tao, the Analects of Confucius, the Gita, the I Ching, and The Tibetan Book of the Dead are some of the teachings that influence the game. It is all wrapped up in cute little characters to teach children Witchcraft and Satanism.

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Spawning Demons in Churches with the Pokemon Go App!

Listen to this Clip from TruNews with Rick Wiles as they describe an encounter with a Pokemon Nut! Satan has Grown men are women seduced by this demonic game. There is a video and then a story about what the app is really for other they placing Demons in places of worship!



Pokémon GO! and BIBLE PROPHECY? The Externalization of Augmented Reality. It surprises me that the person in this video says to go ahead and play it?

Pokémon Go Linked to CIA
Augmented reality software could turn smartphones into Imperial probe droids

Kit Daniels July 11, 2016 – The ‘augmented reality’ mobile game Pokémon Go, which uses the player’s

smartphone camera to ‘add’ Pokémon to real-world locations, has ties to the CIA.

The developer of Pokémon Go, Niantic, Inc., was founded by John Hanke, who previously received funding

from the CIA’s venture capital firm In-Q-Tel to develop what eventually became Google Earth.

In-Q-Tel was once described as an “independent strategic investment firm that identifies innovative technology

solutions to support the missions of the U.S. Intelligence Community.”

It’s easy to see why the CIA would have an interest in the software behind Pokémon Go; the game utilizes the

player’s camera and gyroscope to display an image of a Pokémon as though it were in the real world, such as

the player’s apartment complex or workplace bathroom.

Software like that could theoretically turn millions of smartphone users into ‘Imperial probe droids’ who take

real-time, ground-level footage of their cities and homes, reaching into dark alleyways and basements which

spy satellites and Google cars can’t reach.

For example, in the 2008 film The Dark Knight, Bruce Wayne intentionally places a back door into cell phones

sold by his company to implement a city-wide sonar grid.

Did that scene from the film reveal the intent behind ‘augmented reality’ software?

In the early 2000s, In-Q-Tel invested in Keyhole Inc., the company founded by Hanke which developed 3D

“flyby” images of buildings and terrain from geospatial data collected by satellites.

The name “Keyhole” was a homage to the KH spy satellites first launched by the American National

Reconnaissance Office.

Google later purchased Keyhole in 2004 and rolled its technology into Google Earth.

The CIA established In-Q-Tel in 1999 as its venture capital arm to “identify and invest in companies developing

cutting-edge information technologies that serve United States national security interests,” according to the

firm itself.

“If you want to keep up with Silicon Valley, you need to become part of Silicon Valley,” says Jim Rickards, an

adviser to the U.S. intelligence community familiar with In-Q-Tel’s activities. “The best way to do that is have

a budget because when you have a checkbook, everyone comes to you.”