Conspiracy theorists aren't always a bunch of nutcases. Many of them are highly intelligent and work hard to present their ideas. But what does it take for a conspiracy theory to become popular?
Did Neil Armstrong really walk on the Moon? Or was the whole thing an elaborate hoax to distract the public from the Vietnam War?
You don't have to go or look far to find occult symbols and symbolism as used by the Illuminati and by Freemasons and other occult practitioners. Architecture and even the design of cities make use of esoteric and astrological symbolism, and...
When is the last time you saw your landlord in a historical picture with a dead president Salvador Allende? Two Doctor friends and one is a CIA spook! Glenn Beck where is this "WHISTLEBLOWER?"
Does it strike you as strange that a bunch of our leaders would don robes and attend a ritual in the middle of the forest that supposedly mocks human sacrifice? It did to me, here's the article.
Are Corporate Logos actually Illuminati Symbols? Let's look into some of the history of these corporations and see what's really going on.
There's often a wide gap between those who believe in conspiracy theories and those who don't. I hope to bridge that gap and provide some clarity.
Conspiracy Theories - Do they all add up to tell a remarkable story about what's really going on behind the scenes on our planet? And is there any solid evidence to support these conspiracy theories?
Many people believe conspiracy theorists like David Icke and Alex Jones are telling the truth and that a sinister plot by the Illuminati exists, but how much of the material they talk about is real?
There are tons of very dumb conspiracy theories, but the supposedly "intelligent" atheists are the group spreading the single most anti Semitic and stupid conspiracy theory of all - that all of the Christian Martyrs died horrific deaths for a story that they made up.