April 21st, 2010
So I might have a thing for conspiracy theories. The crazier the better!
I love them. They make me think at best, and crack me up at worst.
This one though... this one takes the cake.
Those cloud-like trails across the sky behind planes, commonly known as contrails? Yeah, thats the New World Order attempting to eliminate unnecessary population by spraying us with "toxin-laden aerosols."
I don't know how I'd missed these folks...
(Thanks to wildflowersoul for the link!)
I mean they call them CONtrails, which is an obvious sign that they are a con perpetuated upon the American people by the NWO.
Also, the black helicopters don't leave contrails. NEED I SAY MORE?!@!?
It's where Morgellon's Disease comes from.
(seriously, if you don't know that one, look it up. amaaaaaazing).
hah, yeah. That one's interesting.
I'm a huge fan of them too! Particularly the weird historical ones where by the end the Royal Family is secretly controlling the president's brain using the pickled brain of Jack the Ripper and blackmail about the October Surprise. :)
If you can get past the gaming suggestions for which they were originally intended, Kenneth Hite's "Suppressed Transmission" books are absolutely brilliant. He takes a particular conspiracy theory or historical figure and then spirals for about a thousand words about the various symbolic connections, possible alternative history implications, and mythological cross-currents. For a writer, they're pretty much indispensable for the bibliography alone.
Neat, thanks for the pointer! Will look into it.
Give Ken's lj
a whirl, too-and if you haven't seen the video for ALl Nightmare Long
, you should watch it.
My favorite conspiracy theory is the claims that Barbara Bush is Aleister Crowley's illegitimate daughter-which apparently started as a joke, but has been picked up by people who believe it.
i've just recently had well-meaning hippies try to educate me on this matter. Egads.
So they are real!
My dad's convinced it's all a big joke...
I'd ask "what the hell is wrong with people?" but I don't think I want to spend the next 40 years of my life listening to all the details of the answer. Sheesh.
Turns out one of the leading German "experts" on chemtrails hails from Oldenburg and was even hired by the local community college to give a lecture -- that is, until people pointed out that the man reads his lecture notes though a pair of loony goggles. Now he's out there crying Censorship! I guess it's all part of the conspiracy. ;-)