Anonymous - Thursday, September 9th, 2010 - 2:59 PM
Hey there. I'd like to try assembling a list or something of people to be confirmed, or highly likely illuminati members and get this section going. I'll kick it off with Jay-Z. There should me more than enough proof bout him being a mason in more than one of his songs.
What was long toted as fairy tales and ancient mythology (or to some, the Word of God) is undergoing a new form of translation, revealing something of a sci-fi nature with more depth and prophecy coming to surface.
Those at the site: http://www.thechronicleproject.org/
Are taking a new approach to the language written in the Bible, methods quite similar to how Mayan alphabet works, and the results are astounding.
It reads less like a fairytale, more like a sci-fi and oftentimes an actual memoir of events of the past.
- The Ten Commandments actually have some reasonable compassion in them.
- Adam and Eve were genetically created and exiled, not for disobeying a closed-minded God (The Ruler), but because of laws that even The Ruler was bound by. Like any King who must live by rules.
- Eden not necessarily referring to a Garden. The knowledge of the fruit giving you the option of understanding it, or fearing it. The known issue with giving societies more power than they are mature enough to handle. If we were to visit worlds in space, we should know better than to interfere and give them information they can't handle,...
CainHunter - Tuesday, January 15th, 2013 - 8:48 PM
by Airman 1st Class R. Alex Durbin
633rd Air Base Wing Public Affairs
10/23/2012 - JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS, Va. (AFNS) -- The grainy film showed a round ship floating out of a hangar. Its silver, aluminum exterior glinted in the sun as it hovered a few feet off the ground. As it glided over a pool of water, it kicked debris into the air and the glass canopies of the two cockpits were showered with grass and gravel as the saucer flew forward.
It may seem like a scene out of a classic Hollywood blockbuster, but the footage is documentation of testing held by the U.S. government on an experimental aircraft. This prototype, and fascinating piece of American history, sits on display at the National U.S. Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, and another resides at U.S. Army Transportation Museum at Fort Eustis, Va., where plans are underway for its restoration.
With its round design standing at nearly five feet tall and 18 feet wide, the Avro Canada VZ-9AV Avrocar looks like something out of a 1950s science-fiction film. While it may look like something a martian would fly, the...
No. 20622 - ZebusVampire - January 16th, 2013 - 9:08 AM
In this case it's proven fact that experiments like this existed (though I really doubt any of us would doubt the government having secret tech experiments). The thing that always bothers me about stuff like this, if the government dumps so much money in RnD for mega weapons/tech/ect why don't we ever see it being used?
You've probably heard that freemasons control the world, along with other secret societies and sects. There is also a common belief that Roman Catholics manipulate world governments, infiltrate churches, and even assassinate leaders that disobey them.
Most of this stems from the size of the Roman Church and that it has a membership worldwide in nearly every country. If you had to pick a group that was seemingly everywhere and very powerful, they would be it. Tell your best Catholics-rule-the-world conspiracies.
I agree with #2. The church just doesn't command the power it used to. When the technology age dawned, it threw the church a few steps back and they've never really recovered. Is that so surprising when so many scientists that proposed new and true ideas were murdered/jailed just for blaspheming somehow? Even speaking as a Christfag in my experience even no the Church as a whole (this would be more Protestant though) is still about 5-10 years behind when it comes to tech. I'd say that's mostly due to a prevalence of the older generations that still don't know how to use tech/technophobes/just don't care. In ye olde days the Church WAS the center of information and they controlled it all, hasn't been that way since the mid 18th century (or further Mileage may vary)
I'm more interested in things the Church supposedly possesses, especially knowledge. What exactly is so special about the Vatican Archives nobody can no know about what's in it? Not really a conspiracy guy but it just goes that way, when you act like you have something to hide....you likely do.
CainHunter - Friday, January 11th, 2013 - 11:33 AM
I have been recently been listening to William Cooper's 42 part short wave radio broadcast on "Mystery Babylon". The hidden religion of the Illuminati and the agenda of the secret orders of the world.
I found Cooper through his Debunking of Alex Jones, and proceeded to investigate him. I bought his Book "A Pale White Horse". I have yet to read much of it, but he presents who he his very clearly. I have no doubt that he believed what he put into the book one-hundred percent.
The only downside is that his narcissism makes him a bit difficult to read/listen to (He frequently calls the listener stupid and questions their intellect). He also stated that he was the most accurate prophet in the history of the world, he claimed that he would be killed for what he talked about, etc. etc. Most conspiracy theorists do.
However one thing about him stood out. He didn't tolerate anyone who could harm his credibility. He did not make bogus claims for attention, he didn't fear monger, use scare tactics. He simply stated everything in a calm tone. (He was also Naval intelligence)
Allow me to preface this: I personally don't adhere to 9/11...
Anonymous - Saturday, October 27th, 2012 - 11:49 AM
“Yesterday at 2pm, CNBC acts as the only mainstream news outlet to upload a release over a new lawsuit claiming evidence of the Federal government and top US banks colluding to launder 43 trillion dollars, enough to pay off the entire US debt almost 3 times over.
3 and a half hours later that same day (reported on today), the daughters of the executive of CNBC’s digital division (read: their website) are both killed by the family's nanny who was supposedly “a very nice woman”, “very religious”, and “has always been very, very stable”.
Taken from 420chan
The CNBC article was even taken down shortly after it was published! Can anyone find any good information out about it?
These are the few links I can find
Negi Springfield!aeNZeP7XP2 - Tuesday, April 10th, 2012 - 5:22 AM
Why do the elites fear a free humanity?
Is it because if we were to rise to a higher level we wouldn't need them for anything?
Maybe the reason they poison the water, food, and air is because they fear us becoming greater than they are. Maybe that's why they will risk poisoning themselves to keep us down here on this lower level. Thoughts?
Could it be suggested that, before civilization and agriculture, they was simply no need for an elite rule?
We can say people functioned well without it before then, but the advancements they made may have simply required someone to rule in some form if things were going to progress positively. Eventually a project gets big enough that it needs someone to head it, or all the smaller parts can't communicate.
I'd have to disagree. Even as hunter gatherers someone had to do some organization of some type. Even if society was strictly organized by animistic survival of the fittest there is still a semblance of social hierarchy, even if it's as simple as I'm the strongest hunter, I get the best meat. Ect.
I agree that we need structure, but one that runs more efficiently. Not that I have a better solution, but the pyramid I posted is more true than I'd like to believe it isn't. Those at the top of the pyramid life lives scott free on the corpses of the poor.
Collin Andrews made a rather astounding discovery back in 2008. It was astounding for the establishment Egyptologists and for the alternative community as well. What did he discover? He discovered that a long cherished belief held by both groups was dead wrong.
It has long been believed by Egyptologists and alternative thinkers that the layout of the Giza Plateau matched the three big stars of Orion's belt. Documentaries have been produced that key on this fact, books have been written about it, and Ph.D. degrees have been earned based on dealing with this fact. Oooops! It wasn't really a fact. after all.
The layout of the three pyramids on Giza Plateau does resemble the belt of Orion, but Collin Andrews discovered that it doesn't match exactly. In fact, when a star map of Orion is overlain on an aerial photo of the three pyramids, a rather disturbing discrepancy becomes very visible. Two of those stars rest directly on the tops of two pyramids, but the third star misses the third pyramid. It doesn't land on the pyramid at all.
With the tremendous precision (unmatched in most modern construction) that these three pyramids were built,...
Prelucid##Admin## - Friday, November 11th, 2011 - 7:37 PM
Somebody requested a screening of this movie a few days ago on /x/, so I volunteered to Livestream it. I paid the $5 and captured it for kicks. As soon as I finish encoding everything, I may just put up a recording on repeat sometime soon and make it available on demand for a day or something.
It's a little paranormal, philosophical, science, but mostly conspiracy.
The waking up aspect of it has to do with what many of us already believe to be true, which is that some group of families are trying to create a world government and are restricting things that would enable people to be free of that control.
No. 19890 - Anonymous - November 14th, 2011 - 3:18 AM
I found this article very disturbing... I really don't know what else to say about it.
James Walbert is the victim of a new type of harassment. An electronic device embedded in his shoulder not only tracks his every move, it also causes painful muscle contractions. Walbert believes the device was covertly implanted to locate and torture him by remote control. There is no shortage of stories like this on the Internet, but what makes Walbert different from thousands of alleged victims of ‘gang stalking’ (FT228:18–19; 272:23) and electronic harassment is the hard evidence backing up his claims. His may be the case which finally pushes issues of unauthorised electronic implants into the mainstream.
Mr Walbert is not especially rich, famous or influential. He lives in the comparative obscurity of Wichita, Kansas, in the heart of rural America. He is not in conflict with drug cartels, multinational corporations or government agencies. This might make him an unlikely target for high-tech harassment. However, Walbert has an array of supporters from scientific, medical and political circles who suggest otherwise.
Good points. I would assume that he would look to the government first because it is unlikely that any other group has such advanced technology.
A) No idea, his colleague would get nothing out of the tagging. So I doubt he would be involved.
B) The only thing that comes to mind is to observe how a layman would react. To what? I'm not entirely sure. If they had experimented with a willing subject, there would have been a different reaction. People act differently when they know they are being observed.
The article states that he is an expert in bugging tech. If he was actually in high profile cases, there is a chance that there is not much public information concerning him. Then again, the internet never lies.
I'll be keeping my eyes open for any other cases reflecting this one.