Matt Simmons has died at the age of 67. There are varying reports on the cause of death. According to the Digital Journal, it was a heart attack:
“The controversial investment banker warned the Earth’s oil supply is running out and that Middle Eastern reserves are unreliable. The author passed away at 67.
Simmons died Sunday of a heart attack at his home in North Haven, Maine.”
Yahoo News tells us he had a heart attack, and adds that he was possibly having some career trouble lately:
“While Simmons’ views on peak oil were regarded as somewhat controversial, he drew even more attention for a June 9 interview with Fortune magazine, in which he predicted BP Plc would be driven bankrupt in “about a month” as the cleanup costs for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill mounted.
A week later, Simmons & Co International (SCI), the investment bank that Simmons founded in 1974, said it was cutting ties with its founder, who until that point had served as chairman emeritus.”
Regarding the cause of death, another report says he drowned:
And here again, he drowned:
“NORTH HAVEN, Maine — A former energy adviser to president George W. Bush and a founder of the Ocean Energy Institute from North Haven died Sunday.
According to the Knox County Sheriff’s Department, Matthew Simmons drowned around 10 p.m. Sunday on Salt Marsh Road.
Simmons founded the Ocean Energy Institute in 2007. The institute, based in Rockland, is “a think-tank and venture capital fund addressing the challenges of U.S. offshore renewable energy,” according to its website. “
Of course, it is possible that the heat from the hot tub raise his blood pressure, which brought on a heart attack, which then caused him to drown. But was it really a heart attack? And which came first, the drowning or the heart attack?
The following post on Current.com states that:
“According to Corporate Media reports, he drowned in his hot tub at his summer home in Maine. Followed by a later report from the Medical Examiner that concludes ” Simmons was suffering from heart disease ” which might have been a contributing factor in his death.”
Some people are speculating that Simmons was assassinated:
But who would want to kill Matt Simmons? Let’s look at who he was and what he had done. Simmons was an energy investment banker and a ig proponent of peak oil theory. He had published a book entitled ‘Twilight in the Desert’ aout declining Saudi oil reserves and was founder and CEO of Simmons & Co. Investment firm. He criticized the oil industry and called for increased transparency.
More recently, he had crtiticized BP’s way of handling the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster and had contradicted BP and the MSM’s official accounts on the seriousness of the situation. He had stated that far more oil was floing from the leak than BP was admitting, as much as 100 000 to 150000 barrels a day and that if left unfixed it could continue to leak for as much as 30 years. He also claimed that there was an open hole in the sea floor that was causing crude to gush from a lake of oil underneath, that there were multiple leaks and that the live footage being shown was of only a small leak, not the main one. Basically, he had said that the disaster was much worse than BP was making it out to be and BP wasn’t doing anything proper to address it. Here you can see an interview he gave shortly before his death:
Who would have wanted Simmons dead? BP? The government? Someone else? Would it have been a matter of ‘national security’ to shut him up? Naturally, some people would entertain these hypotheses. And would it even be possible to murder him in a way that mimics a natural demise?
According to the following article from Fourwinds10.com,
“According to Washington Post report on 4/2/1979, since 1950s, Office of Strategic Services (the World War II predecessor of the CIA) researched on methods to induce death (e.g. heart-attack, cancer) to knock off or assassinate their targets, so the targets appeared to die of natural causes. “The CIA project apparently started with an undated, unsigned note indicating concern about the vulnerability of US leaders to assassination by ‘natural causes’.”
(Source) “Assassination by ‘Natural Causes’ – CIA Considered Inducing Death”, WASHINGTON POST, 4/2/79 “
In addition to this, by 1987 the Russians apparently had a prototype for a weapon by which they could induce a heart attack in a goat from as far as 1km away, and the Pentagon had been working on similar projects since the 1960’s.
There are also drugs that can be used to induce cancer or heart attack, but the problem with these is that they may be detected during autopsy. For this reason, the military had prefered to focus on the use of radio-frequency weapons to induce heart attack and had developed such devices by the 1960’s according to “Wonder Weapons” by Douglas Pasternak, US NEWS & WORLD REPORT, (7 July 1997).
This is where things get even stranger and reality appears to overlap with the realm of science fiction. According to the Fourwinds10 article, the military also possesses the technology to make the assassins using such weapons not only invisible, but tiny as an ant and able to levitate. By deploying these agents to carry out their mission, they can completely evade detection. The origins of invisibility-creation for military purposes go as far back as WWII, when Albert Einstein helped the US forces to develop a technology that would enable a naval ship to not only disappear, but teleport to another location through the application of unified field theory. The Philadelphia Experiment involving the naval ship USS Eldridge was such an application. Although the ship disappeared from the harbor in Philadelphia and later reappeared intact, the experiment went horribly wrong when it came to the crew. Some of them went mad while others were found to be moleculary fused to the ship on their return, with as much as half their bodies embedded in the deck or other parts of the ship. The experiment was classified beyond Top Secret and all witnesses made to swear to silence. Nonetheless, information regarding the event came out via one man named Carlos Allende and a short documentary on this was eventually made by the History channel.
So was Matt Simmons simply the victim of poor health and a perilous hot tub, or was he the target of a tiny, invisible, levitating CIA assassing deploying a top secret radio-frequency weapon? While we may never know for sure, our biggest clue may be to wait and see if his assessments and predictions were right.