The Death of Max Spiers
On July 2016 Max Spiers died after vomiting up two liters of black fluid. Spiers had been due to give a conference in Poland about UFO’s, Governments cover-ups and black magic, and was well known for his views on the topic. While this alone would have been enough to rouse suspicion. Polish authorities considered it a death of natural causes, causing distress to followers of Spier’s work and of course to his immediate family. This was in spite of the fact that no post-mortem was carried out. Even more sinister was the text message sent to his mother days before his death, saying “If anything happens to me, investigate”. What is even more bizarre is that the Polish authorities refused to give the paperwork to Max’s mother Vanessa Banes on the basis that she did not obtain his written permission. She was simply given his death cert. Max also has a brother and sister who are trying to get answers about the nature of his death.
Max Spiers Conspiracy Response
Vanessa claims that Max was staying with a woman in Warsaw he had not known for long and that the woman had arrived home to find him dead on the sofa. She states
“But I think Max had been digging in some dark places and I fear that somebody wanted him dead”.
Max Spiers had made a living out of investigating UFO sightings and government cover-ups but was rumored to be investigated into the lives of well-known political and corporate figures before his demise.
The views and writings of Max Spiers can be accessed online at www.MaxSpiers.com. The site was set up for him by his friend Danuta Anna Sharma. Donation efforts are ongoing to continue the investigation. Renowned conspiracy theorist David Icke claims to have given 1000 pounds sterling to Max’s mother Vanessa after Polish authorities refused to continue the investigation. Max’s ex-girlfriend claimed that before his death he had been subjected to a satanic ritual in order to deprogram him and that he was in a coma for two days. He allegedly phoned her and said he was in a house in a remote forest and could not leave, needing to get to a church quickly but could not.
Journalist Nick Pope responded to Max Spiers conspiracy proponents by tweeting that UK government officials do not go around killing UFO researchers. He had previously investigated the UFO phenomena on behalf of the UK Ministry of Defence.
The Views of Max Spiers
Max, like Icke, was also a believer in the extraterrestrial. He said: “We are receiving all kinds of help from masters, ETs and extra-dimensional type angelic beings, and learning very quickly to go inward. The more we are able to go in and listen to that still quiet voice within us, the more we will be in tune with the changes that are occurring around us, and ultimately free us from this ultimate form of control”. Thus the views of Max are comparable to those of Icke and other well-known conspiracy theorists. Max believed in the New World Order, a group of Elites attempting to subjugate the masses via debt financing and media Mind Control.
He also believed in the MK Ultra Conspiracy Theory, that the Nazi’s who were not imprisoned after World War 2 went underground to continue experiments of mind control. Max also claimed to have been a victim of this “Fourth Reich”, a term used for this control regime by the Nazi’s, and to have awoken at the age of 31, brainwashed with the mantra “pain is pleasure, pleasure is pain”. Yes, similar to the mantra used in the famous fight club movie. The idea behind this Fourth Reich is that the Germans are still trying to subvert the world, this time in secret. Max believed that up to 2 million American citizens are subjected to the MK Ultra scheme. The rest of the population are subjected to Mind Control via Falsified history, advertising and fake news headlines. Conspiracy theorists seem to be polarized on the issue of who controls the globe. Some say it is an international cabal of Jewish Bankers, and others say World War II Nazis.
Max believed that Big Pharma and the psychiatric industry play key roles in this Fourth Reich mind control, convincing people that all their perception is a hallucination and prescribing medication to prevent any memories of Mind Control and to stop them from developing creative paranormal powers. Max also believed that there are numerous underground cities where genetic and Mind Control Experiments are carried out on a large scale on unwilling humans. On top of this Max believed that the world is ruled by Black Magic Magicians and that the assassination of JFK and Princess Diana was a Mind Control Experiment. Other beliefs held by Max Spier was that 9/11 was a false flag and that the Bush and Royal family are reptiles. The basis of this is that if the DNA of the body contains more than 50% reptile, these people have the ability to shapeshift and that everybody has some level of Reptile DNA. This is where the Max Spiers Conspiracy loses ground somewhat. The Max Spiers Conspiracy is linked to black magic and the occult, thus losing substantial credibility.
A Step too far
Needless to say, there are quite a lot of skeptics with regard to the theories of Max Spiers. Aliens, Reptiles and underground bases are quite far flung and unsubstantiated. The idea behind Genetic experimentation and Mind Control is gaining some level of traction, however. Numerous whistleblowers get labeled Conspiracy theorists, as they obviously cannot prove they were experimented upon. One notable journalist, Jon Rappaport, provides a more balanced and realistic view about experiments carried out by the CIA and other Government factions throughout the decades with sources provided.
The Max Spiers Conspiracy is yet another unresolved case, with bizarre actions by the official authorities in strange circumstances. While the theories of Max Spiers will never be validated there is no doubt that his death was highly suspicious. And the number of cases against the government with regard to Extra-Terrestrials and Government cover ups seem to be mounting year on year, with more and more coherence among the theorists. Should the Max Spiers Conspiracy theory hold at all, it is more likely that he went too far in investigating the wrong number of high profile individuals, as opposed to it being some sort of systematic, unified governmental cover up.