Conspiracy Theories Articles
By Robert Torres
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Synchronicity: is the experience of two or more events that are apparently causally unrelated occurring together in a meaningful manner [to the observer]. To count as synchronicity, the events should be unlikely to occur together by chance. If you believe synchronicity is simply coincidence, then you haven’t read any of the top experts in the field. The famous psychotherapist Carl Gustav Jung coined the term synchronicity in the 1920s to reference the alignment of universal forces with a person’s experiences.
By Marie D. Jones and Larry Flaxman
Monday, April 20, 2015
Mention the words “mind control” to most people and they will tell you to put on your tin foil hat. Long associated with conspiracy theories, despite so much evidence to prove it has existed in some form or another from the time humans could interact, mind control is finally getting the respect it deserves, thanks to an unprecedented era of privacy invasions on all fronts that can no longer be denied. From the technology we have all come to know, love and depend on, such as cell phones and pads and computers, to the social networking sites we now live our entire lives on for all the world to see, to the creepy presence of cameras on street corners and satellite/drone eyes in the skies...we think we still control our own private lives. We think we control our own thoughts, desires, behaviors and actions. We think we control our own minds...but further examination proves we are exposed in ways we might never have imagined.
By Nick Redfern
Monday, October 21, 2013
Mahatma Ghandi, the man who ultimately led India to gain independence from the United Kingdom, made a wise and knowing statement: “A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of history.” Ghandi’s words were intended to be interpreted in a wholly positive fashion. That is to say, when people put their minds to tasks in hand, and their belief is solid, strong and unswerving, they can achieve just about anything and everything they desire...
By Philip Gardiner
Sunday, July 15, 2007
The Da Vinci Code and the madness that surrounds
it is indicative of one thing – the fact that in
the 21st century mankind is still in the dark about a
great many things.
By TS Caladan
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Conclusions of my two-year investigation will not be accepted when I report them, back at home base. It was difficult for my superiors to believe first information that the one once considered 'wickedest man on Earth' was kept alive and will be for some time in the future. They contemplated the awful possibility that when it came to 'free will' of the human race, the reason roads to war were taken before paths to peace, might be because of a single and 'vile consciousness' that remained alive even in the 21st Century?
By TS Caladan
Sunday, February 8, 2015
The following statements could all be true: Stanley Kubrick was a super-genius and the greatest cinematic artist of the 20th Century. Stanley Kubrick was coerced to work for the government and faked the Moon landings that were shown to the public. Stanley Kubrick placed hints of what he had secretly done in a number of his films. Stanley Kubrick was murdered for what he did and what he knew...
By Robert Torres
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
A major part of my story has to do with government targeting and it is also a big part of the whole UFO slash paranormal cover-up story which is what I write about. UFOs are cited as a main reason for being targeted by the government. The alien agenda cover-up is a big part of this and to some the biggest conspiracy in history. Secret wave weapons research and applications cross over into the subject of "targeting" that has to be mentioned. Many a writer would extend this to say that any unorthodox science is a target of the conspiracy. It's the dumbing down of man by the use and purposeful distribution of misinformation. Everything is explained away as something else. Every UFO is swamp gas or an errant missile. Ghosts are hallucinations; mass sightings are mass hallucinations and so on…
By Tray Caladan
Thursday, August 1, 2013
Ayn Rand (1905-1982) was a Russian novelist, best known for ‘The Fountainhead’ (1943) and ‘Atlas Shrugged’ (1957). She developed a philosophy called ‘Objectivism’ and had been interviewed by the likes of Mike Wallace, Johnny Carson and Phil Donahue. Considered one of the elite (extreme right-wing) intellectuals, her books continue to sell and influence millions. In this totally-unknown writer’s opinion, such a fact is a crying shame.
By Doug Yurchey
Sunday, October 28, 2012
Why not have a New World Order? The Old World Order hasn’t worked too well. What could possibly be wrong with CHANGE?
Top Conspiracy Theories Newslinks
In 2010 a retired U.S. Army veteran name Paul Epley made a 'deathbed confession.' This disclosure included several supposed covert operations and classified incidents that he claimed to be involved with.
Privacy seems like such a quaint 20th Century concept, doesn’t it? Unbox Therapy has posted a video of the CX-10 Mini Drone, which is described as the world’s smallest drone and is a definite harbinger of things to come. In other words, it looks like privacy is finally toast.
Pictures found in an attic may shed some light on the UFO incident in 1947. Slides that were kept secret for 25 years will now be revealed in Mexico.
I had put out a call to anyone with knowledge of 2 separate Bigfoot / Sasquatch encounters near Goose Bay, Labrador (Newfoundland), Canada in which military personnel killed one of these beings during each incident? The 1st was said to have occurred between 1953-55 when Goose Bay (Goose Air Base) was a SAC AFB. There isn't much information beyond that. The 2nd incident was said to have occurred in the late 1990's by AFSOC (USAF Special Operations Command) while on training maneuvers.
Did Dorothy Kilgallen, a well-known celebrity reporter, die because she knew who killed John F. Kennedy?
All religions are one and are derived from Vedic Sanatana Dharma. Famous historian P.N. Oak claimed that the word Vatican originally came from the sanskrit word “Vatika“, that “Christianity” came from the sanskrit words “Krishna-neeti“, (“ethics of Krishna” or “the way of Krishna”), and that “Abraham” came from the sanskrit word “Brahma“. He further claims that both Christianity and Islam originated as distortions of Vedic beliefs.
In his book, “Some Missing Chapters of World History”, Oak claimed that the first civilisation was developed in India from which all world civilisations grew.
Changes were made to the page of Lee Harvey Oswald to say that he had assassinated John F Kennedy “on behalf of the regime of Fidel Castro” and the biography of former US defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld was changed to describe him as “an alien lizard who eats Mexican babies”.
Was it a Bigfoot...or something else? At the time, I called it a 'Bigfoot' because, frankly, that was the only way I could have described it. It wasn't human...it wasn't an ape. I have tried to comprehend exactly what it was I witnessed.
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Who was Valiant Thor? He was said to be a Space Emissary by the Department of Defense, who landed on Earth with the promise of a bright future for the world. It is also said that Thor lived at the Pentagon for 3 years, interacting with the President, Vice President and military brass. Can this be true? I have included some excerpts from Stranger at the Pentagon written by Dr. Frank E. Stranges, Ph.D. in 1967