I have been asked why I don't simply tell the story from beginning to end in a linear manner without dancing all over the place? It is a reasonable question that deserves a reasonable answer, and here it is:
Using my current theme on this Blog which relates to the meeting of Harry Spencer at 47 Dean Street in circa. January 1964, my 'dance' begins with an explanation of what exactly is meant by the word linear: It is defined by one dictionary as referring to events "arranged in or extending along a straight or nearly straight line: a linear movement"; and as events "progressing from one stage to another in a single series of steps; sequential."
But to accomplish a linear storyline means knowing all of the facts, or even explaining what we as a team now know, or are still uncovering, is why our version of events differs from the accepted version of events. The trouble is, we are still uncovering the real storyline and this provokes questions due to its contradictions of what is claimed to be true, versus what is true.
This Blog began as a reply to plagiarism from someone who took our research and grafted it onto the accepted mythology and made the confusion worse than it was. Then came criticism from trolls who had read the mountain of books and other publications about Ronan O'Rahilly, who we maintain was a fraud, and who some seem to worship as a messiah or even a god.
Now that we have shut out the trolls by blocking their barrage of cyber-stalking posts, we are proceeding at our own original pace as 'YesterTecs'. We adopted that term to describe our own activities that set our findings apart from the writings of so-called 'historians' who claim to have documented the history of offshore broadcasting. Most of them have failed miserably because they were deliberately led astray by Ronan O'Rahilly and his masters. O'Rahilly was a puppet on their string and the historians have fallen for his lies and distortions.
Because we do not want to be classified as 'historians', we needed another word to describe our activities, and thus we became YesterTecs.
YesterTecs are cold case detectives analyzing past events because no one else is doing so.
YesterTecs review the hard evidence to see what has been missed, and that involves a dance in itself. Names crop up that others gloss over. To learn more about the people behind these names it is often necessary to buy books and documents from a variety of sources, and often we are only able to extract a paragraph or two.
By documented I mean that sources are given by way of reference. We want to avoid hearsay. We also look for contemporary accounts and first hand recitals by people with first hand knowledge which can also be verified by other means.
With 'live' criminal cases, detectives will often dance around in their questioning in order to keep a suspected person of interest on their toes, because it makes it more difficult for that person to remember what they just said, if they are repeatedly asked the same question out of sequence. With our cold case, it is the existing body of skeletal evidence that causes us to join in the dance, because the clues to the real story, and not the accepted story, do not come in a convenient linear format.
To assist us in discovery, we borrowed the term 'O3X' from psychiatry, and then we combined its revision: 'E-O3X' or Event - Self, Time, Place', as our guide to cold case investigation.
The 'Event' refers to an actual occurrence in time such as the arrival of Harry Spencer at 47 Dean Street. The 'Self' is this instance refers to Harry Spencer. The 'Time' refers to the date and time (which at present is not specifically known) when this occurred, and the 'Place' in this instance, refers to 47 Dean Street.
Consequently, it depends upon which part of a thread we are tracking in terms of its relationship to the overall storyline, as to how it is then reported on this Blog. Now when all of the data has been sifted and analyzed, it will then be assembled into a linear storyline and that will appear in manuscript format.
As far as we know, we are the only team using this methodology as our guide to solving what everyone else has deemed to be "case closed" now that Ronan O'Rahilly is dead. But since the biographical accounts of Ronan O'Rahilly have been composed of lies and distortions, this case is not closed and our own investigation continues.