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Sunday, October 31, 2021

Ambush at Bridgewater State College | The Origin of Occupy Hades

"According to the Social Security Administration, the onset of my disability came on April 15, 2004." - Alfred Wiggins Jr., a.k.a. Al Wiggins Jr., a.k.a. Mister Al. 

The following dialogue is from:
The Deposition of Alfred Wiggins, Jr.*,
transcribed by
Copley Court Reporting, Inc.
October 27, 2008

This interview features:
Q: Mr. Jim Cox, Esq., Attorney for the defendants.
A: Mister Al: The Plaintiff.

The Onset of Disability
Part One

Q. Do you recall going to Bridgewater State College on April 15, '04?
A. Oh, yes.
Q. What class did you have, if any?
A. I forget the name of the class, but I had a class that was taught by Professor [Zuwallack.]
Q. Do you recall what time your class started that day?
A. I'm thinking mid-morning, 10:00 or 10:30.
Q. How did you get to college that day?
A. I drove.
Q. Did you and your wife generally drive separately?
A. Separately, yes.
Q. So tell me what happened that day.

A. I took my -- actually, I was wearing this jacket. I took my homework, and I had a briefcase, a black briefcase, my homework in a folder and a bottle of water, and coffee, parked in the commuter parking lot where I always parked. I went to the library.

I got to the table where my group was, we studied in groups, and the head of my group told me that the professor wanted to meet [with me]. The professor tells me that the police want to talk to me, and that the chief was upstairs waiting for me. And I noted that the professor looked nervous, but I didn't give it any credence.

Anyway, I go to the third floor, and [Bridgewater State College Campus Police] Chief Tillinghast, and [a couple of his officers] were waiting for me. The chief introduced himself. He introduced his men. And I asked him if he had received my phone call because I had called [him]. I had left a message for him; I had some concerns about some things I had seen on campus. And he said no, but he wanted to talk to me because my wife had some concerns.

So I think we were at the rail. And he said my wife was worried about me, and she thought I should go to the hospital. Now, it seemed strange because I've talked with enough law enforcement officers, just talking to them, to where I know a vague statement when I hear it. And I didn't understand until he told me that he didn't want anybody else to hear what we were talking about. And that's when I believed that something went very wrong, something very serious had happened. And I believed that something had either happened to my wife or my child or both.

So, he said he was prepared to take me over to the hospital in his squad car, his men were prepared to take me to the hospital. And I said okay.

So, we're going back down the stairs. And as I'm going down the stairs, I was talking to the chief about a number of things. But after we got off the stairs, we're walking toward the entrance of the library. And I guess I must have been caught up in what I was saying because I didn't notice that the chief and his two men had formed a phalanx behind me. So I'm walking, here is the door to the library, I'm walking, and here the chief and his two men, they're in line. And I'm walking.

That strange feeling hit me again. I stopped, and I turned around, and I asked them, "Am I being arrested? Am I...charged with a crime?" And he said, "No, no, we're just taking you to the hospital." I smiled, and I said okay.

So I go outside with them. And as I get ready to get into the squad car, the chief tells me it's standard procedure to put people, I'm not exactly sure how he phrased this, but he told me it was standard procedure that I be put in handcuffs or something to that effect. Either way, he told me I was going to have to be put in handcuffs.

So I knew I had been tricked.

End of Part One

*Edited by Alfred Wiggins, Jr.

Music to code by.

Friday, October 22, 2021

The Advent of Scorpius | The Origin of Occupy Hades

Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect - Romans 12:1-2 (ESV)

"Scorpio carries the test right down into the physical plane life, and then, when it is faced and handled there, the life of man is carried up into heaven, and the problem which the test involved is solved by the use of [free will]." - Alice A. Bailey

"The...tests in Scorpio also concern the three aspects of the human being as they fuse and blend upon the physical plane. They are first of all, the test of appetite. This appetite is the natural predilections and tendencies which are inherent the animal and these are mainly three: Sex, physical comfort, and money, as concretised energy. They are, secondly, the tests connected whith desire and the astral plane. These are subltler in nature, producing automatic effects upon the physical plane; they are not inherent in the animal nature but are imposed by the desire nature and are again three in number: Fear, hatred and ambition or desire for power. Then there are, thirdly, the tests of the lower critical mind which are: Pride, separativeness and cruelty. Remember that the worst kind of cruelty is not of a physical nuture but is more mental in character.

When these faults are relised and are overcome, the result is twofold: the establishing of right relations with the soul and the environment. These two results are the goal of all tests in Scorpio." - Alice A. Bailey

"October 22, 2014 was the first day of Diwali, the Festival of Lights. Early that morning, I performed Kali Puja for the first time at home.

Once puja was completed, I went live on the air and began my podcast. I wasn't on the air long before there was a knock at my door. It was one of the property managers and a couple of maintenance men. The property manager, a young black man, wanted to inspect my apartment, without prior notice.

I balked at the suggestion. It was an unscheduled visit and I paused my programming just to answer the door. To any radio personality on the air, time is of the essence. I explained to him that I was disabled, and I was in the middle of my vocational rehabilitation.

The property manager then told me, "I couldn't care less about your vocational rehab, and if you don't like my behavior, you can feel free to move someplace else." As of that moment, that individual was Belial: worthless.

The surveillance cameras were running and he was on-camera in the hallway, but I was not. I looked over at the maintenance men. I could tell they were disgusted by what they'd just heard. I turned back to Belial and said, "Don't come back to my door with that loser mentality."

Belial insisted that he be allowed to continue his inspection. I let him. I watched him walk past my artifacts on the wall until he stopped in front of a religious artifact that was hanging there.

He then asked me if he could look in my closets. I refused and told him to leave. Before Belial stepped through the threshold into the hallway and back on-camera he said, "I can come up in here anytime I like, and there's nothing you can do to stop me."" - Testimony of the Host from 'The Outbreak of Hostilities | Occupy Hades'.

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