What’s that old saw we’ve all heard about a million times now? “You only attract enemy fire when you’re over the target”, is it?
If that’s the case, it looks as though Shellie Mote’s video featuring Jeanette Archer’s phone message to Niki Cooper wasn’t just over the target, it scored a bulls-eye.
Yesterday, in a Facebook live which veered from maudlin to furious and back again, Archer vented her spleen, while providing further interesting details about the message she left Cooper.
She claims that she sat by Sam Zen’s bedside at the hospice for three weeks, and says she was administering her medications to her. Really?
She also claims that one of Sam’s fondest wishes was to support Archer in her endeavours, and that any claims that Archer extracted money from Sam in an unethical manner are obviously the work of trolls and/or Satanists, yadda yadda yadda.
But was Sam really in any condition to make an informed choice about where her money went while she was drifting in and out of consciousness during the last days of her life?
Interestingly, Archer’s claims in yesterday’s video do not mesh with claims she made in a video she posted the day after Sam Zen died on 22 October 2020.
Yesterday, she emphasised that she’d spent three weeks with Sam and her partner in the hospice.
Yet at 4:06 in the earlier video, we hear, “It’s been a really long week for me, but the love and support that came through for Sam…. And you know that Sam is at peace now. She passed over early hours yesterday morning”.
At 6:40, Archer says, “And I spent the week with her…well, it was over a week, but the last week of her becoming very ill”.
Funny that this would have expanded into three weeks in the interim, isn’t it?
Similarly, Archer emphasises several times that by the time she was sitting at Sam’s bedside, she had already realised that her ex-associate Niki Cooper was a wrong ‘un. She refers to Cooper having “gone to the wrong side” and “betrayed us”…yet her recorded message to Cooper sounded pretty darn friendly to us: “Hi Nik, Jeanette. Hope you’re all right, darling…” and “All right mate, see you later“.
If she really thought Cooper was up to no good, she did a truly masterful job of covering it up. Listening to her voice message, anyone would have thought they were best mates.
In yesterday’s Facebook video, Archer mentions that Sam Zen had donated £1,000 to Cooper, and another £1,000 to “another person not relevant to this conversation”. Interesting…wonder why she was reluctant to admit that the second wad of cash had gone to her dear friend Jon Wedger? She was certainly happy enough to tell Cooper about it in that voice message.
Archer’s casual relationship with the truth has already been revealed in the series of short YouTube videos released over the past month or so by Shellie Mote, a former associate who realised that Archer was not the person she claimed to be.
In Mote’s videos, Archer answers questions about practices of the alleged cult she claims abused her. See if you can spot the differences:
Easter, Christmas…what’s the difference really?
“The memory of an Easter ritual was boys, from around 10 to 13 let’s say, ages, so, sort of adolescent boys, being hung upside down from a tree, tortured…”
“The other thing on Christmas Day which was a big one, for the cult I was in, was that children are hung upside down, boys actually, certain age, hung upside down, and, erm, tortured and mutilated”.
To pee or not to pee
“You are not allowed to even use the toilet unless you are told to. One of the forms of torture would be not being allowed to pee. So I would have to sit wherever I would be, whether it was in the home, in the barn, or in other houses, one of the torture methods was you’re not allowed to pee. And as you know, if you need a wee, and you can’t, it’s painful, and it hurts more and more and more. I would get to the point of not being able to pee and it being so painful, I would black out! And then lose bladder control. So I would wet myself”.
Archer: “And their flat was set up for torture. They would leave me in the corner with a bucket, I wasn’t allowed to use the toilet, so if I needed the loo I would have to go in the bucket…”
Wedger: “Oh gosh, is that the time?”
“Somebody asked me, was I allowed to celebrate my birthday? Yeah…yeah, because erm…I mean I don’t really have memories of it, but I’d say yes because I know we did celebrate Christmas and things like that. Because Satanic families behave normal to the outside world”.
“Children’s birthdays are celebrated by having a ritual”.
Satanic interior decorating
“There was a big room. And in the middle of that room, was a big, round, stone table with a star in the middle. So, specifically there”.
“And there was a big round table that spun round…[long pause, looks away, smiles to herself]…with a pentagram on it…”
Spinning giant heavy stone tables, folks. Get ’em while they’re hot.
Are they or aren’t they?
“And our Royals. Off the scale Satanic. And I speak from personal experience“.
“I don’t know about this in particular, so I can’t comment on it directly, but what I can say is this: they are—that family are—what we’re insinuating in this, okay? they are. Erm, just trying to watch my wording, but yes, they are a part of where I come from. Hundred per cent”.
This is just a tiny sampling of the inconsistencies and outright lies Shellie Mote has documented—we highly recommend that you pay her channel a visit for more.
We also recommend that if Archer tells you the sky is blue, you run outside to check.