Does the idea the moon landings were faked ever cross your mind? Do you ever wonder if the CIA really gave us AIDS? How many Area 51 conspiracy theories do you really have floating around in your head?
If so, you are not alone. Research shows fifty percent of Americans believe at least one conspiracy theory. That’s a lot of us, and not just a few weirdos on the deep web.
Most modern conspiracy theories are indeed a crock of crap. They’re usually driven by social media based on unfounded claims from everything from money to diets to the state of the Union.
Make no mistake however, a conspiracy theory does not HAVE to be untrue, although it is certain to be at variance with the “norm,” or popularly-accepted explanation for the same thing.
Sometimes, they turn out to be true.
Have you heard a super-secret organization of people control the World? Or that the World is run by secret societies?
That one turned out to be true. Of course, if you were one of the global elite, you would’ve already known that.
According to the Washington Post, Bohemian Grove is a hot spot “where the rich and powerful go to misbehave.” Bohemian Grove is a 2,700 acre campground in Monte Rio, California where people gather who “share a passion for the outdoors, music, and theater,” as a spokesperson for the group stated.
This group is so buttoned-up it’s hard to definitively say much about it, and just about everything we know comes from infiltrators.
There’s more going on than your traditional drinking and dancing. The Post reports rituals being performed before an enormous wood owl as part of the regular activities (though the group insists they are merely honoring the Redwoods). The owners of this property hold a retreat in California every year for the richest and most influential people. Among past guests are Richard. M. Nixon and Ronald Reagan. Both men attended right before entering the White House.
This is also where the idea for the atomic bomb was first drawn up.
Most of us peons are also aware that in 2004, both presidential candidates were members of Yale University’s secret Skull and Bones society. Skull and Bones is small potatoes compared with the intrigue surrounding virtually every seat of power from the government to Wall Street.
Consider the Illuminati, a cult which originated in 18th century Germany and which is allegedly responsible for the pyramid-and-eye symbol adorning the $1 bill: they intend to foment world wars to strengthen the argument for the creation of a worldwide government (which would, of course, be Satanic in nature).
Or take the Freemasons, who tout their group as the “oldest and largest worldwide fraternity” and who’s alumni includes George Washington. Some think despite donating wads of money to charity, they’re secretly plotting your undoing at Masonic temples across the world. Or maybe, some theorize, the guys pulling the strings aren’t concealed in shadow at all.
Read “It’s All a Plot.”
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P.S. The following congressional bombshell is quickly becoming one of the most talked-about scandals in Laissez Faire history.
I doubt Congress wants this information broadcast to the public. It may come offline at any time.