Tag Archives: conspiracy

And 7% of survey takers pick wrong answers on purpose…

I’m just making that stat up, but I hope that’s the reason a recent survey in E&T Magazine reports that eleven people of 1009 surveyed thought the first guy on the moon was Buzz Lightyear. Eight more thought Louis Armstrong … Continue reading

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Counterknowledge is counter-productive

For a thin little book, Damian Thompson stuffed a lot of fascinating things into Counterknowledge. I’ll have to do a series of posts to do it proper justice. The point of the book is to illustrate the flawed and faked … Continue reading

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Forbidden History – Michael Cremo & the Cover-ups

First, I announce the next non-fiction book project, Counterknowledge : how we surrendered to conspiracy theories, quack medicine, bogus science and fake history by Damian Thompson. I should get into that one mid to late November. I just processed it … Continue reading

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E.T., meet Power of Suggestion

A dozen or so years ago some kids drew some pictures of aliens which were considered to be some kind of proof we’ve been visited by at least three different groups. I guess the kids weren’t wearing their Thought Screen … Continue reading

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Nephilim Stargates: the end is truly nigh, aye!

I skipped some interesting things in chapters 9 and 10 of Thomas R. Horn’s delightful self-published fluff called Nephilim Stargates: the year 2012 and the return of the Watchers. The companion site contains only portions of what made it into … Continue reading

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Nephilim Stargates and the numbers game from outer-space

I’m going to have to pick up the pace of my Thomas R. Horn Stargates “analysis”. Last time I breezed over three chapters. If I don’t do the same from now on, I’ll be doing this until Mithra’s Birthday. Chapter … Continue reading

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Nephilim Stargates, more secret history

(My reading of chapters one and two can be found here.) Bonus reading material: IS THE VATICAN EASING HUMANITY TOWARD ALIEN DISCLOSURE? This morning, after reading a few more chapters of Nephilim Stargates by Thomas R Horn, I just had … Continue reading

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GELFs, fact vs fiction

Rob Grant and Doug Naylor of Red Dwarf fame (can hardly believe it’s been 20 or so years since it first aired…) created a group of creatures called GELFs – Genetically Engineered Life Forms. In the show, there was a … Continue reading

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Because the world needs more conspiracy theories

Apparently several earthquakes around the Pacific Rim yesterday are getting blamed on CERN and their Large Hadron Collider: This is not a joke. This is not a ploy. This is real. 4 major earthquakes in a single day, and it … Continue reading

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