by Olav Phillips In modern conspiracy theory, there is this notion of predictive programming or the idea that through mass media we as a civilization are being prepared to accept certain ideas, memes or ideology. In its purest form predictive programming would be something like a series of films being made which team us, through symbolism and content, that algae is ...Read More »
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by Paul Collins On May 1, 2007, I had the opportunity to interview legendary former NYPD detective J...
by Paul Collins In the wake of hurricane Katrina, many within the government are ducking for cover a...
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by Joan d’Arc In January of 2001, I realized my move to the District of Columbia was an error,...
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This film was shown only once, and with no advance notice on stations in only five US cities. In March of 1995, Walt Disney Television aired an intriguing UFO special called “Alien Encounters” on The Wonderful World of Disney. This highly unusual UFO video special presented UFOs and alien visitation to our planet as a matter of fact and was ...Read More »
by Olav Phillips Unexpected deaths are part and parcel in the conspiracy world, from the infamous murder of Danny Casolaro to the spate of deaths at Marconi. It seems more often then not scientists and researchers make major breakthroughs then end up in bags. The issue is so pervasive I recently published an article in Steamshovel Press called “Publish and ...Read More »
by Olav Phillips History is replete with stories of lost magical cities. Stories such as the lost city of Z, which claimed the life of legendary explorer Percy Fawcett and his son. Or the lost city of Hy-Brazil, a technology advanced Phantom Island which was known by early mariners to occasionally appear in the Atlantic. The crystalline towers of its ...Read More »
by Richard C. Cook OCTOBER 1, 2008—Tonight the Senate passed the $700 billion Wall Street bailout bill by a vote of 74-25. This follows the rejection of the bill by the House on Monday. In an MSNBC poll, 62 percent of Americans oppose the giveaway, but the lobbyists are doing everything possible to assure the rejection is overturned. According to ...Read More »
by Robert Eringer, The Investigator Why do Eastside gang-bangers want to rumble with Westside gang-bangers – and vice versa? It’s a lot like asking, why did the chicken cross the road? So one must delve deeper to understand that we in Santa Barbara are witnessing only a piece of a larger puzzle. While everyone deliberates a simplistic credo that State ...Read More »
by Jason Miller “Class is a dirty word in that it gets close to the truth about who governs and for whose benefit,” says Michael Parenti. In the land of those who think they’re free and the home of savage capitalism, class is indeed a dirty word. Remember, we’re a nation of Joe the Plumbers. If we just work hard ...Read More »
by Olav Phillips Chemtrails started to come into the public imagination as a conspiracy topic in the mid 1990’s. With the advent of the internet individuals from around the world started to congregate and share data showing strange persistent contrails being emanated from aircraft as they flew overhead. It was a story which grabbed the public imagination and sent shock ...Read More »
by Olav Phillips As with many things I have written about, this all started with a phone call. I was on Coast to Coast with George Noory discussing my book on Alternative Three and the endgame of the Secret Space Program. In the second hour a caller asked if I had ever heard of “Project Eden,” which at the time ...Read More »
by Will Banyan 1. Defining Functionalism In the academic-speak employed in the International Relations departments of most universities, “functionalism” refers to that policy of shifting responsibility for resolving various problems from the nation-state to international bodies “indirectly, by stealth.”  According to one key academic International Relations textbook, under functionalism “the role of governments is to be progressively reduced by ...Read More »
by Joan d’Arc “Am I a spaceman? Do I belong to a new race on earth, bred by men from outer space in embraces with earth women?,” Wilhelm Reich wondered in his book, Contact with Space, published in 1957 before his imprisonment by the federal government. Reich noted that this idea was first presented to the public in the 1951 ...Read More »
by Martha Rose Crow, M.S. Auto comes from the Greek reflexive pronoun, while genocide comes from the Latin words gens meaning “race, tribe” and cidere meaning “kill.” American Autogenocide is the deliberate, systematic and legal murder of American citizens; the socially-engineered die-off of populations that are “problematic” for the interests of wealth and power. Most victims prematurely die from social ...Read More »
The 1998 Robert Smigel animated short film “Conspiracy Theory Rock”, part of a March 1998 “TV Funhouse” segment, has been removed from all subsequent airings of the Saturday Night Live episode where it originally appeared. Michaels claimed the edit was done because it “wasn’t funny”. The film is a scathing critique of corporate media ownership, including NBC’s ownership by General ...Read More »
by Storm Fox In an unusual interview, archaeologist, historian and mythologist Acharya S, author of the controversial books The Christ Conspiracy: The Greatest Story Ever Sold and Suns of God: Krishna, Buddha and Christ Unveiled, offers a rare glimpse into her childhood and Christian background, sharing what led her to her life’s work and providing a provocative commentary on the ...Read More »
by The Vulcan Team (edited by Joan d’Arc) Vulcan is the distant, yet to be observed, dark star companion of the Sun. It has flavored our collective culture, sparked religious wars, aided in the manifestation of avatars like Christ and Buddha1 and stimulated quasi-periodic bombardment of Earth by comet strikes, redirecting the course of human civilization. Vulcan could be the ...Read More »
by Alan Cantwell, M.D. The Global Polio Eradication Program, supported by the United Nation’s World Health Organization (WHO), UNICEF, Rotary International, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), is planning to immunize 74 million African children in 22 countries in the coming months. The purpose is to stem a wild polio epidemic, the epicenter of which is oil-rich Nigeria, ...Read More »