The 16 Red Flags on Mark Passio Exposed

NOTE: This article contains my personal bias against Mark Passio’s work. I recommend checking his work out for yourself and come up with your own conclusions.

Mark the angry Radical Right-Winger

True to individual sovereignty, freedom of speech, and unSpiritual Anarchy, I present my 16 Red Flags on Mark Passio. I’m sure Mark will appreciate FREE SPEECH CRITICISM.

Watch the video version of this article HERE

In the tradition of conspiracy theorists David Icke, Zacharia Sitchin, Jordan Maxwell, Alex Jones and Michael Tsarion, our planet is once again graced with a conspiracy evangelist who preaches with the “authority” of a freedom fighter.

According to his website, Mark Passio is an anarchist, independent researcher, public speaker, radio talk show host, conference organizer, and freedom activist from Philadelphia, PA. Mark has undertaken the task of assembling vast amounts of research in the areas of metaphysics, occultism, spirituality, symbology and consciousness studies. In 2007, Mark began presenting this information in the form of a presentation series entitled What On Earth Is Happening, with the intention of bringing the implications of this body of knowledge to greater public awareness. Mark launched his own web site in 2008 at

Mark Passio comes across as an “authority “on how the world works. Influenced by conspiracy quacks, his URGENCY to save the world under the banner of occult conspiracy is the perfect blend of truth, disinformation and extreme bias. He repackages right-wing Christianity, with New Age ancient aliens, into a form of anarchism. And to what aim? You guessed it — TO SAVE THE WORLD.

  • Jesus is the Ultimate Anarchist (good cop)
  • Satanism is the Ultimate evil (bad cop)
  • The governments of the world are bad (man-made authority)
  • Natural Law is the way (a divine moral law exists for humanity)
  • Ancient aliens rule the world (Biblical Pseudo-history)

I don’t have to listen to the volumes of information that he presents to discover the red flags of his teachings. All that is required is to “get” where he’s coming from. Of course, my motto is to “eat the grapes and spit out the seeds,” and there are some fruits one could glean here in the area of occultism. But it’s a slippery slope with his cleverly disguised dualism packed full of fake alien creationism. I’m not saying Mark is an Orthodox Christian, I’m saying that it looks to me like a repackaged version of Christianity.

Red Flag #1 -Mark attacks his audience.

This first Red Flag is a mouth full. Passio rages and rants. I can only assume that he wants to be like Alex Jones and considers himself some apocalyptical prophet like the fake Anarcho Jesus he invented in the image of himself. He attacks his followers and blames them for petty things.

In the below video, Mark bitches about one of his “issues” and unleashes a torrent of horrible insults. You can find examples online of him threatening to stop his work because people aren’t supporting him properly (check below Red Flag #12). He acts like a victim rather than a responsible adult. Its like listening to a 14 year old whine and complain about all their problems blaming everybody else.

Mark has stated that he knows he has a rage problem and uses his platform as a release, he said “its cathartic”. NEWS FLASH: You don’t motivate people by being a condescending asshole. If Mark wants to truly help the world, he’s going the opposite direction by attacking his audience. Instead of using his platform to project his rage on people, how about going to a therapist and getting a handle on his rage before going public. This is the responsible thing to do.

By blaming others and posturing as some “John the Baptist voice in the wilderness” he fools himself in thinking that he is a legit voice in the conspiracy woo department. The fact is, he’s a pawn in a much bigger game.

I had to dig around the internet to find proof that he was a priest in the Church of Satan. No where could I find the documents until a subscriber sent me a link. Why in the hell wouldn’t he put those docs on his website? Instead of presenting the documents on the bio section of his website, he goes into a blame game having to dig them out when asked by a follower. He says “this will put this nonsense to rest once and for all” . . . huh? You mean, its the audiences fault for DOUBTING your holy claims? You are a victim because people wanted proof? Watch him say that he’s “going to do his audience a favor” by showing them proof of his membership in the Church of Satan as if its their fault for asking:

Red Flag #2- Passio is a pawn in a bigger game.

I HIGHLY recommend that you read the article Why Mark Passio is just another rabbit hole . This brilliant aread exposes the real game behind “know-it-alls” like Mark and exposes the bigger picture . The following is from the article:

All of Passio’s work is a continuation of a long line of counterintelligence disinfo, and the mere act of watching hours of his video is the equivalent of undergoing mind control, so my suggestion would be to avoid his scary stories.

You see, Passio’s “research” is built on the backs of notorious frauds and disinfo artists, which is why I can dismiss it so easily. You cannot construct anything real based on “research” of people like David Icke and expect anything but bullshit to emerge the other end, because Icke is pushing total bullshit. Yes, I know some of the stuff Icke says is real, like there really is a conspiracy of power at the center of the banking industry. That’s obvious. But it’s not being run by aliens from outer space. That’s a hoodwink rabbit hole that serves only to protect the perpetrators by placing a false mirror over them. If you’re busy looking for shape-shifting aliens, you can look for a long time, because there aren’t any, and if there were, they would have killed people like Icke and Passio a long time ago.

Red Flag #3 – He promotes Pseudo-History, Creationism and Ancient Aliens.

THIS IS THE SMOKING GUN – Passio really believes in some Annunaki alien gods scenario based on a mistranslation of the Sumerian texts. He builds his entire conspiracy theory on a fake version of history. Zecharia Sitchin made famous the Annunaki and Nephilim and was busted for mistranslating the Sumerian texts by Sumerian scholars. Sitchin wasn’t a Sumerian scholar, he was an economist who fooled the public, and to this day, these so-called “ancient aliens” are promoted in the land of Woo. Maybe the most ironic part is how Mark exposes the New Age Woo while promoting it.

I HIGHLY recommend watching Ancient Aliens Debunked all the way through. Link below.

TRUTH – vs. PROPAGANDA – Mark Passio – Annunaki

Red Flag #4 – Mark acts like a Satanist.

Mark acts like a Satanist. If you’ve ever been around Satanists you will find they are angry and always on the attack. Mark clearly never worked his rage and that’s what attracted him to Satanism. In the Satanic church, he found a way to express his anger without being shamed for it. When the Satanic church no longer worked for him, he created his own ministry where he could vent his anger. He found new enemies to blame which gave him validation to stroke his own “save the world” ego.

Mark just replaced one addiction for the other in an effort to avoid the source of his anger. Of course, this is all speculation on my part, but as one who has worked out a traumatic childhood over decades and wrote a book on it, I can tell you that my observation is grounded in experience.

The truth is, his audience has shrunk because of his blame/game misplaced anger. There is some serious growing up that needs to be done on his part in my opinion. He should stop threatening to close his project and just do it . . . help save the world in THAT way because his message is the same regurgitated conspiracy junk as David Icke. His self-righteous “get off your ass and do something” rants reeks of inflated self importance. I don’t see Mark saving children from sex trafficking. He has said that he’s one of 7 people in the world that are doing the real work . . . the facts are, he’s one of a handful of conspiracy quacks that are deceiving the public by peddling a debunked narrative – watch this video for proof – Mark Passio’s Ancient Aliens Exposed.

Red Flag #5 – Mark Preaches.

Due to being raised in a Christian cult and later becoming a missionary and evangelist, I can smell a Christian a mile away. Mark’s repackaged Christianity presents Jesus as a literal historical figure who he claims was an anarchist. Along with Mark’s lack of research on Ancient Aliens, he has failed to do his homework on the mythical Jesus.

The following is from Debunking the Historical Jesus by Dan Barker:

Historians have no evidence of a historic Jesus dating from the early first century, even though many contemporary writers documented the era in great detail. Philo of Alexandria, for example, wrote in depth about early first-century Palestine, naming other self-proclaimed messiahs, yet never once mentioning a man named Jesus. Many other contemporary writers covered that era, yet there is not a single mention of any existence, deeds, or words of a man named Jesus.

Timothy Freke and Peter Gandy, in their book The Jesus Mysteries, explain how the myth and legend of Jesus could easily have arisen without a historical founder. The Jesus story was pressed from the same template as other mythical savior-gods who were killed and resurrected, such as Osiris, Dionysus, Mithra, and Attis.

The Gospels are not history; they are religious propaganda, contradictory, exaggerated, and mythical. The earliest Christian writings, the letters of Paul, are silent about the man Jesus: Paul, who never met Jesus, fails to mention a single deed or saying of Jesus (except for the ritualistic Last Supper formula), and sometimes contradicts what Jesus supposedly said. To Paul, Jesus was a heavenly disembodied Christ figure, not a man of flesh and blood.

I cannot recommend enough for people who believe in this 2000 year old Jewish zombie to watch Ceasar’s Messiah: The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus:

Just listen to his video presentations behind his pulpit and ask yourself where you’ve heard this tone and delivery—you got it, Christian evangelists. Preaching is on the top of my list of irritants. It REEKS of Authoritarian figures pointing down to the unenlightened  . . . uugh.

“You are never going to take the rules out of effect. Wanna know why? You’re not the maker of them. You didn’t put them into effect. The Creator of the Universe did that. And you’re not that force. You are not God. Okay? So, you’re not going to take natural law out of effect. It’s ALWAYS in effect. Its AAAAALWAYS the Supreme Force operating in the universe”. — Mark Passio

Mark cleverly repackages the mythical figure Jesus: by calling him “Jesus Christ The Ultimate Anarchist”.

Even though he boasts on how he could write numerous books on Astrotheology (which is the study of the ancient worship of stars and other heavenly bodies as deities), and allows for his viewers to believe in the historical existence of Jesus, he manufactures this mythic figure into some kind of antifa dude fighting for truth against authority. When in fact, history is filled with people who have fought against tyranny who had an ACTUAL historical life. Let me give you a few examples:

10 Heroic Women Warriors Who Fought Against Tyranny

Gabriella Silang & Dayang-Dayang – Filipina Guerrillas
Empress Taytu – Ethiopian Warrior Queen
Queen Nzinga Mbande – Matriarch Against The Portuguese
Nakano Takek – The Onnabugeisha
Mother Lu – The Chinese Restorer
Ani Pachen – The Warrior Nun Of Tibet
Christine Granville  – From Poland With Love
Lilya Litvyak – Hero of the Soviet Union
Rani Lakshmi Bai & Begum Hazrat Mahal – Revolutionaries Against The British
Mai Bhago & Bibi Sahib Kaur – Sikh Warrior Women

And all he could think of was a questionable mythic figure in Roman Catholic fantasy?

CHECK OUT: The Christ Conspiracy
For some perspective on the author of this book’s qualifications, here’s her credentials: Murdock is an alumna of Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, PA, where she studied Classics, Greek Civilization. She has lived in Greece and is also an alumna of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Greece. Acharya has excavated at Corinth, Greece, where tradition has St. Paul addressing the Corinthians, as well as at a Paleo-Indian site in the U.S. She speaks, reads and/or writes to varying degrees English, French, Spanish, ancient and modern Greek, Latin, German and other languages.

Did historical Jesus really exist? The evidence just doesn’t add up.
Jesus myth theory

Watch Mark preach his version of the mythical Jesus – Jesus Christ The Ultimate Anarchist

Red Flag #6 – Urgency.

From the start of his website through all of his videos and audio lectures, there is a sense of urgency. This isn’t to gather a group together to feed the homeless or raise money to stop child sex trafficking, no, this urgency is to SAVE humanity from the evil Archons ruling the world. Hmmm, now where have we heard that before? (look to the right)

Mark pulls popular topics from David Icke and other conspiracy theorists and mixes them with his version of the ultimate truth. I don’t see any reason for urgency other than to expose his non-existent Jesus, Annunaki, and lying about being a High Priest in the Church of Satan.

Red Flag #7 – Natural Law and Anarcho-Capitalism.

Noam Chomsky

Anarcho-capitalism, in my opinion, is a doctrinal system which, if ever implemented, would lead to forms of tyranny and oppression that have few counterparts in human history. There isn’t the slightest possibility that its (in my view, horrendous) ideas would be implemented, because they would quickly destroy any society that made this colossal error.

— Noam Chomsky: American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, historian and political activist.

Mark teaches Natural Law and a form of Anarcho-Capitalism. He is an anarchist and his teachings are built on the idea that man-made authority is bad. I find it ironic that Mark emanates an “authoritative” vibe (as a man) while demonizing established (man-made) societal/government authorities.

In my view, his work on Natural Law is a cleverly packaged form of religious thinking. The idea is that there exists some inherent morality in the universe established by some Prime Creator and that man-made authorities are, well, bad. Of course, this idea is backed up by the debunked fantasy of ancient aliens as the evil source of our slavery.

What he fails to admit is that humans are born killers. The animal that “is human” is not naturally a loving creature. Rape, murder, adultery, homosexuality etc., are NATURAL traits of human animals. Just look at our relatives the Bonobos and Rhesus monkeys. You will find both moral and immoral behavior ranging from petting and care taking to mothers stealing infants, killing, and eating them.

To believe in a magical idea that natural human reasoning is aligned with some cosmic natural law is to deny that humans interpret not only nature differently but morality. One person’s evil is another person’s good. Add in the fact that there’s nothing about the way the universe works that demonstrates some moral human universal law. Anything above the common sense of basic human rights is an ideology.

When it comes to demonizing established man-made authorities all you have to do is look at the nature of human beings. There is always an alpha in the tribe. No matter how “lovingly aligned with cosmic law” New Age followers may be, order and management must be established. The minute the “anti-authoritarians” get into power, they will become the new authorities policing the monkeys who hate their authority. It’s a catch 22. Also notice how Anti-Authoritarian types are VERY AUTHORITARIAN.

Red Flag #8 – He has no Academic Degrees in the Subjects he Covers.

I am not suggesting that Mark hasn’t done his homework or that he hasn’t demonstrated a high degree of competence in his work, but a common trait of self-taught “authorities” on world affairs is that they have no real education in the fields they pretend to be enlightened in. Such are the likes of David Icke, Zecharia Sitchin, David Wilcock, Coery Goode, Drunvalo Melchizedek and countless others.

Because of this lack of academic confidence, they demonize academia as a mass mind-control operation (hmm I wonder how many times Mark has been to the doctor?). There is a reason that historians specialize in various fields because no one person can tackle the whole gambit of humanity. How many academic historians do you know who bought Zecharia Sitchin’s mistranslated Sumerian text and believes in Ancient Aliens?

Conspiracy evangelists come across as rebels of the Empire here to save everyone by demonizing institutions around the world. Of course…it’s always the rogue uneducated guy that knows more than everybody else. From his website: Mark Passio is an anarchist, independent researcher, public speaker, radio talk show host, conference organizer and freedom activist from Philadelphia

Aren’t you happy that Mark knows the REAL history of mankind and is revealing to us the TRUTH that none of the other educated historians are telling us?

Red Flag #9 – Information Bombing.

A typical way these “saviors” generate interest and loyalty from their followers is to present an overwhelming amount of information in a short seminar with a sense of urgency coupled with a clear and present danger. There is so much information being presented in Mark’s seminars that it would be impossible for anyone to start a series of questions at different junctures of the presentation. I call it Information Bombing. These rogue researchers ALWAYS target the laypersons audience rather than approach the academic field. You will never see an actual debate between Mark and a real historian or economist in front of an academic audience.

Red Flag #10 – He Promotes ‘Feeling’ his Information.

Do you know of one science teacher or historian that would ask you how you FEEL about the facts of history? Mark encourages his audience to feel or “see how his information resonates” while presenting overwhelming amounts of information from a wide variation of categories on history, the occult, politics, religion etc. He then encourages his audience to do their own insurmountable research and not to believe him. Of course, he is saying this to a layperson’s audience and not educated scholars, historians, evolutionary biologists, anthropologists, or archaeologists.

There is a little trick to this. When you encourage people to not “believe” in what you are saying and suggest “doing their own research” while asking them to “feel” how this information is to their “inner knowing” with an added suggestion of “not being purely analytical,” you can bet there’s a rat in the closet. This granted freedom only BUILDS TRUST AND ACCEPTANCE in the leader’s message of salvation. Who is going to take the time to do all the research Mark has done when they can pay for it and get spoon fed by Mark the evangelist? This is the classic “give your audience more rope and they won’t take it”.

From his website: Rather than absorbing this information from a purely analytical point of view, it is suggested that one would benefit much more by simply going over the material with an open mind and an open heart and try to feel the information that is being presented from an intuitive point of view. Ask yourself if what you are hearing resonates with your inner knowing.

In no way am I asking anyone to BELIEVE anything that is contained in my presentation or on this web site. As a matter of fact, the absolute worst thing that could happen is that you leave here believing anything you’ve read, without seeking to verify it through your own research and in your own experience.

Red Flag #11 – All or Nothing “Us vs Them” philosophy.

His website rings like David Icke’s website in making grandiose statements about not just one field of humanity but the ENTIRE landscape of humanity. The name of his website “What on Earth is Happening” comes from the same mentality as “Guide to the Global Conspiracy,” “Infinite Love is the Only Truth, Everything Else is Illusion” and “Human Race Get Off Your Knees” (David Icke’s books). These titles assume an all or nothing, “us versus them” mentality that only feeds radicalism and conspiracy theories. There are the evil authorities in power and the innocent “knowing ones” rebelling against the Empire. Man-made authority is evil, the IRS is evil and everybody who doesn’t know this are BLIND (lucky for humanity Mark is awake).

In no way am I denying the transnational elite who rule the world, but that conspiracy preachers mix truth with fiction and embellish fallacies to mislead their followers. Telling his audience that he was a High Priest in the Church of Satan without any proof while promoting debunked information such as Ancient Aliens makes my point.

Red Flag #12 – The Destiny Card.

Mark cleverly induces a “sense of destiny” on the front page of his website with this quote:

it is not an accident that you have found it. We are led to certain experiences for a reason”.

This is the classic lingo of magical thinking. They believe the universe has an ultimate purpose and that everything has a meaning as part of a cosmic plan. The suggestion feeds confirmation bias and pattern seeking in individuals searching for answers. Do you know of a legit educational institution that tells their students they “came here for a reason” insinuating a source of cosmic guidance? Academia is not perfect, no organization is perfect, that is the nature of the human animal.

The problem with this type of magical thinking is one has to accept that rape, child abuse, murder, genocide, and infanticide, all happen for a reason. This is a slap in the face to those suffering from such horrors. If everything happens for a reason than God is a sadomasochistic psychopath. Shit happens, evolution is messy, and the only meaning one can truly gather from their child being kidnapped, raped and murdered, is to be more careful and protective of their other living children. These tragedies are not part of some delusional cosmic plan humans “chose” while in “earth school”.

It is this kind of manipulation is design to make people feel “special”. It is autosuggestion implying purpose with Mark’s message— in other words—hypnosis. I get that it brings some psychological order to the chaos of life, but belief in such things demonstrates a lack of experience, wisdom, or judgment.

We humans place meaning on the events in our lives. If everything happens for a reason, then there’s no limits to the horrors that await our so-called incarnations.

Red Flag #13 – The Pendulum Effect.

Just like recovering drug addicts who share their testimony on how they got saved by Jesus, Mark was raised a Christian, became a Satanist, and now he’s promoting Jesus the Anarchist. These types believe in a cosmic war of good vs evil (Star Wars), and usually have ping ponged from one extreme to another. This is black and white thinking. Legit research requires critical thinking that examines the full picture of a topic without this type of bias. Mark has an agenda that falls more on the indoctrination side than on the education side.

Red Flag #14 – The Blame/Shame Game.

One dead give-away to “conspiracy woo artists” is the blame/shame game. There must be a nemesis to blame for the evils of the world. Anarchy evangelists delude their audience into a false narrative that gives the illusion that THEY have special knowledge to combat the dark side.

In order to believe this nonsense, one has to assume that all of the hundreds and thousands of REAL scientists, educators and government officials around the world are part of a big conspiracy to delude the masses. Now, that’s not to say there aren’t conspiracies, malicious organizations, or alpha monkeys at the top of the food chain, it just means that Mark’s interpretation of the way things work is based in his religious Christian fantasies which are soaked in dualism, paranoia, ignorance and a lack of a real education.

Check out his blame/shame-game on the front page of his website. Notice the sense of urgency and the subtle shaming for lack of support while he has been slaving so hard to save the world.

LISTEN TO: Mark ranted vitriolically about not being able to find local volunteers.

I have repeatedly asked for help to move forward with my media production, both publicly and privately, over the course of the last year and a half. To date, my efforts to assemble a local ‘What on Earth Is Happening Team have been completely unsuccessful.

I have done all of the technical work that is necessarily involved in such a large undertaking almost completely by myself, apart from some assistance from friends, when they can. The presentation of this material, the web development, graphics, troubleshooting, and the audio/video work for ‘What on Earth Is Happening’ is a considerable amount of effort, and because this work has been generated largely by myself, it has *greatly limited* the amount & scope of information and material I have been able to put out. Much has been planned, but new projects have not been able to be realized without regular technical assistance.

I have given my personal time, effort, and knowledge very freely over the course of the last ten years of my life, while personal resources have been very limited. I feel that it is both reasonable and, at this time, absolutely necessary to ask for some volunteer help to try to grow the outreach of ‘What on Earth Is Happening’ and its message of Freedom. (here’s the ultimatum – mine) ‘Should the assistance I require not manifest soon, I will need to halt all public work related to ‘What on Earth Is Happening’.

This may be a mute point, and I can understand Mark reaching out for help, but this has all the earmarking’s of grandiosity laced with a subtle threat to withhold his work. What I find particularly amusing is that Mark could easily profit from his seminars and not guilt his audience into funding his “message of freedom”.

Red Flag #15 – Delusional Slogans.

People who set out to save the world tend to have a few slogans that sum up their beliefs. In Mark’s case we have:

All is Love. Fear is Illusion. All beings are Free. Truth can never be destroyed

True to the delusions of religious minded people who believe in a God who created the world and an ultimate battle between good and evil, Mark demonstrates his profound ignorance of nature. This statement smells of duelist piety and new age fantasy. NOTE: I am not saying that the below explanations reflect Mark’s definitions of his slogan. This is personally what comes to mind:

All is love – What evidence does the science of evolution (or your own experience) show that All is Love? Not only is the universe 70% dark matter, not only does it continually demonstrate unspeakable violence on a micro and macro scale, but it clearly, overwhelmingly displays all of the signs of an impersonal, meaningless, monstrous force that happens to grow puppies, flowers, dolphins and a wide range of man-eating predators. Add in the amount of horror that occurs in the world every nano second such as rapes, child molestation, child abuse, torture, genocide, murder, volcanoes, hurricanes, tornadoes, tsunamis, super nova’s, children born deformed, sickness, mental illness etc. So where is this ALL IS LOVE bullshit?

Fear is an Illusion – Again, I repeat, where do you see signs that fear is an illusion? Fear is a word we apply to self-preservation. It is what keeps us alive. It is built into our biology, via evolution, to protect us. And with all of the horror in the world it is FAR FROM AN ILLUSION. In fact, it is a reality that is part and parcel of the real world divorced from Passio’s fantasy. I realize that Mark teaches that fear is manufactured by the evil Empire to corral the herd into a false reality. And I would agree with him as it is a weapon of social engineering. But I would include that MARK IS MANUFACTURING FEAR TO HERD HIS AUDIENCE into a false reality that man-made institutions are separate from nature and thus EVIL. Evolutions, or nature, IS operating on all levels of humanity. Man-made laws are NATURES laws operating. Its just that some of them don’t fit into his “dualist” philosophy of a Prime Creator’s divine laws. Its repackaged religion. If you want to learn about the LAWS of nature study evolution and explore the horror of reality.

All Beings are Free – All beings are not free and never will be free as we are all puppets in nature’s genetic engine. Sure, we experience free will as an illusion but that doesn’t mean “we” as a volitional entity had anything to do with our biology in the first place. You are no freer than your biology allows for. You are totally dependent on your heartbeat, breath, air, food, water, sleep, sun, earth etc. People in prison aren’t free. Children in abusive households aren’t free. Dogs in China aren’t free. The ants in my front yard who just got sprayed with bug killer aren’t free. The mice I had to murder in my kitchen last week aren’t free. I could go on and on and on.

Truth can never be destroyed – Once again, wishful thinking and delusion rear their ugly head. Truth, throughout history has been destroyed countless times. If you let yourself just go with this a second, I’ll make my point. How many “true things” in the history of our planet has never been discovered or unearthed? For instance, how many violent crimes have occurred that were never solved? How many stories died with the people in the rise and fall of civilizations? How many books filled with truth were burned never to be recovered? How much about our history requires a wide range of scientific fields to merely scratch at the actual narrative lost in time?

If truth can never be destroyed, then why is the life of this so-called Jesus still a complex mystery to so many wishful minds? If truth can never be destroyed, then what happened to all of the electronic files deleted and papers shredded in zillions of court cases that could brought a criminal to justice? What about the serial killer who takes his own life before capture and takes to his grave the names and locations of all his victims? Do you think forensic scientists would agree with this religious decree? I think you get my point.

The “truth” is something that gets destroyed all the time. The truth that doesn’t get destroyed is a little thing called REALITY. Here’s a list of things that cannot be destroyed:

  1. All is not love.
  2. Fear is not an illusion.
  3. All beings are not free.
  4. The facts of reality cannot be destroyed.
  5. The truth about a given situation can be destroyed.

Red Flag #16 – Like Attracts Like.

Infowars, the far right Christian conspiracy broadcast, that has premiered people such as David Icke (who peddles pseudoscience, debunked topics, alien reptilians and “create your reality” nonsense), has interviewed Passio numerous times. All I am saying is that Mark’s repackaged Christian meme is attractive enough for hard-core right-wing conspiracy shows.

From his website: Genuine Christianity is not what most people think it is. Human beings have been given a false form of Christianity to keep them spiritually asleep. In this paradigm-changing presentation, Mark Passio points out the hallmark beliefs and behaviors of false “Christians” and defines what it really means to be an Authentic Christian.

The truth of the matter is that Jesus represents a bloody human sacrifice initiated by his father Jehovah to save humanity from his wrath. The death, torture, and resurrection of Jesus is the foundation of Christianity. Why would Mark go on the Alex Jones show which is the “hell and damnation” capital of broadcasts? My conclusion is to legitimize his fake Satanism claims.

In Closing:

Mark Passio has militia written all over him, and frankly, he gives off all the signs of a paranoid right-wing conspiracy theorist with his guns and bold declaration of “paying no taxes.” Although he demonstrates competency as an independent researcher, he REALLY believes that earth is a prison planet controlled by aliens (Annunaki Created The Nephilim). He reeks of repackaged Christianity masked in new age pseudo-history. I wouldn’t recommend his work to anyone any more than I would recommend David Icke. But that doesn’t mean that YOU won’t find something of real value in his work. If pressed, I would point toward his series on New Age Bullshit.

If you are able to sort through his research on occult topics, then I think you may find a few nuggets for reference, but I think you’re better off finding another source that isn’t shrouded in the fight and flight fancy of conspiracy extremism.


Published by Zzenn

Zzenn Loren is an author, musical artist, philosopher, bio-spiritual teacher/guide, subjective explorer and podcaster. His books challenge long held ideas about religion and spirituality and offer a body-based alternative.

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