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Chemtrails Chemicals Disfiguring People Worldwide

Chemtrails Chemicals Disfiguring People Worldwide

Reports are coming in from around the world of chemical chemtrail cocktails disfiguring peoples faces. People are being warned not to go outside when there are clouds in the sky, not to take unnecessary journeys. Peter from Chicago (pictured below) only went outside for a mere 30 seconds and this is the result. Peter sent us in his selfie immediately after being exposed to the chemtrails chemical cocktail which apparently contained gooey semen. Top Scientists are unsure whether it was human or pig semen.Jamima from San Francisco who works at a Mc Donalds drive through only peeked outside her service window for 2-3 seconds to take an order from a customer. As you can see (below) the results are horrific. Jamima will be out of work for at least 2 weeks due to the chemtrail exposure and is suing  secret society “THEY” or “THEM” for loss of earnings. Pipa from Sydney Australia…Source link
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The ethics of conspiracy theories

The ethics of conspiracy theories

Source: The Minefield – ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Claims that the Moon landing was faked or that lizard people are taking over the world might seem harmless and even humorous, but philosopher Patrick Stokes argues that every conspiracy theory comes with a moral cost.The Space Shuttle Challenger explodes shortly after lifting off from Kennedy Space Center, Fla., Tuesday, Jan. 28, 1986. All seven crew members died in the explosion. (AP Photo/Bruce Weaver)Earlier this year, the world marked the 30th anniversary of the Challenger space shuttle disaster and the loss of all seven crew. With the public captivated by the story of Christa McAuliffe, the first teacher in space, some 17 per cent of the entire American population watched in horror as Challenger exploded live on television. Except it didn’t really happen. The tragedy was faked. At least six of the astronauts are alive and well and hiding in plain sight. Why, they’re even still using their real names, or variations thereof. Sharon Christa McAuliffe is now Sharon A. McAuliffe, an adjunct professor of law at Syracuse University. The public has been duped by a massive conspiracy for three decades, one finally exposed thanks to intrepid amateur sleuths scouring the internet for clues. These claims are, needless to say, utter hogwash; the evidence offered is not merely flimsy, but laughable. (At least two of the people alleged to be Challenger survivors are actually siblings of Challenger crewmembers). And what sort of conspirators would fake their own deaths in front of millions of viewers but then keep their real names? Even so, it’s yet another illustration of the pervasiveness of conspiracy theory as a social practice—and the widespread desire to believe in them. If you think this all sounds like some fringe belief that nobody could buy into, consider this: for this theory to hold, NASA would have had to somehow keep a conspiracy involving thousands of people secret for three decades. Yet upwards of 6 per cent of Americans believe that NASA pulled off the far greater feat of faking the moon landings. Continue Reading @ ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) – – –Like this: Like Loading…RelatedSource link
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The “Body Hacking” Movement Pushes Transhumanism to Disturbing New Limits

The “Body Hacking” Movement Pushes Transhumanism to Disturbing New Limits

The “body hacking” movement is about implanting into the human body technology such as RFID chips, cameras and even LED lights. By bypassing health and ethical issues associated transhumanism, this body hacking pushes this movement to strange new frontiers. As stated in my previous articles about the subject, transhumanism has been heavily promoted in mass media in the past years, whether it be through movies, music videos, video games and documentaries. Often, the word “transhumanism” isn’t even used. Instead, we simply show how a robotic enhancement “upgrades” the human body and makes it cooler, effectively selling the idea to people who believe they are being entertained – especially young people. A by-product of this trend is “body hacking”, a movement that forgoes the ethical and philosophical questions associated with transhumanism to go right into drilling robotic parts onto one’s body. While many of us dread the day when microchips implants will be a requirement in a dystopian society, some people actually pay to have it done to them.A curious crowd lingered around Amal Graafstra as he carefully unpacked a pair of gloves, a small sterile blanket and a huge needle. A long line of people were waiting to get tiny computer chips implanted into their hands. Graafstra had set up shop in a booth in the middle of an exhibit hall at the Austin Convention Center in Texas’ capital, where he gathered last month with several hundred others who call themselves “body hackers” — people who push the boundaries of implantable technology to improve the human body. The movement evokes visceral reactions, brings up safety and ethical concerns and quickly veers into sci-fi questions about the line between human and cyborg. Graafstra is a pioneer in the space. Using his own body to experiment, he designed bio-safe magnets and the microchip he was about to implant into the hand of A.J. Butt, who was sporting a tall, blue mohawk.A.J. Butt got an RFID microchip implanted into this right hand.The implantable RFID chips hold encrypted information, and their unique ID numbers can be used to open doors or unlock the owner’s smartphone, which is what Butt wanted to do. Butt took a deep breath. The needle plunged into his skin at the base of his thumb, and a chip bigger than a grain of rice slipped just below the surface. Across the way, Sasha Rose, who was working a meditation booth at the convention, watched the people line up to be “chipped.” She shook her head: This was the craziest thing she had seen. She wondered about Graafstra’s credentials. She thought this was a medical procedure, so should he be performing it? Did his clients know the potential consequences of carrying personal information on a device inside their skin? “More than the crazy concept, it’s actually people’s willingness to accept it. That’s why it’s crazy to me,” Rose said. “People are just willing to just line up and go, ‘Yeah, stick that in me.’ ” At night, many of the convention-goers gathered at a club on Austin’s Sixth Street. Graafstra was outside with Ryan O’Shea, whose company Grindhouse Wetware made the Internet squirm earlier this year when it released a close-up surgery video of one of its implants called Northstar. In it, a man gets a small incision in his hand, and then, with a metallic tool dipped into it, the skin is lifted to produce a cavity where a round subdermal implant with five LED lights is placed. The result looks dystopian — the incision is stitched with black thread, and LED lights make the skin on the hand glow red. But body hackers view the world differently, Graafstra said. They believe technology has reached a point where it can improve the human body instead of just fixing what’s broken.A piece of art on display during a BodyHacking Con party in Austin.“A patient may someday come very soon and say, ‘My eye is totally fine, but I want an eye that can see infrared. And I want an eye that can zoom,’ ” Graafstra said. That kind of future — where the human body is augmented by technology — is the goal of many of these experiments. O’Shea said Grindhouse Wetware is using its LED device to test how long a device like it can remain charged inside a body, and Graafstra said his RFID chip is a small attempt at merging digital identity with physical identity. “I think once people realize, ‘Oh, it’s OK that my grandma has a pacemaker’ … people are going to start to accept this,” O’Shea said. “You know, the era of transhumanism, I would say, is here. So let’s accept that and then see where that logically takes us.” Inside the club, a drone hovered above the dance floor. The polished steel and the electronic dance music gave it a futuristic feel. Standing near the bar was Tony Salvador, who studies social values and how they affect technology at Intel. He was at the conference to get a feel of when and if “body hacking” may be accepted into the mainstream. Sometimes, he said, technology moves too fast and outpaces accepted social boundaries — not to mention laws. He argued that was part of the reason why early wearers of Google Glass were called “glassholes.” “It created a social misunderstanding,” Salvador said. “You didn’t know what was going on.” To Salvador, the boundaries of acceptance are a matter of our social philosophy, an area that he argued was driven by esoteric discourse without tangible moral and ethical recommendations. The philosophers, he said, are letting us down. Alva Noë, a philosopher at the University of California, Berkeley and a contributor to NPR’s 13.7: Cosmos and Culture blog, has written extensively on what he calls “cyborgian naturalness.” He disagreed that the modern philosophers dropped the ball, saying that tackling the matter would involve unpacking two questions:Is it OK to cut into human bodies for these kinds of experiments? How much tolerance should society have for artificially enhancing the body?To the first question, Noë said he found the “body hacking” experimentation on humans “ethically disturbing” and couldn’t fathom a doctor or any other scientists conducting these kinds of operations. The second question was more complicated. “We don’t condemn people for using glasses to see better,” he said. “But we do start to think taking speed to cope with your work life is questionable.” Because those kinds of judgments are an ethical question, drawing a tolerance line may always be a moving target, he said. “We may reach consensuses and then lose them,” Noë said. “Just as there was once a consensus where it was OK to smoke to function effectively, and now we have the consensus that, increasingly, it’s not OK to do that.” If there’s a rock star in the body-hacking movement, it’s Neil Harbisson, a colorblind artist from Barcelona who persuaded a doctor to implant a camera in the back of his head. The antenna, as he calls it, essentially lets Harbisson listen to colors by detecting the dominant color in front of him and translating it into musical notes.Neil Harbisson, an artist from Barcelona, has a camera implanted in the back of his head, which he says allows him to listen to colorsThe way he tells it, a medical ethics committee in Europe had refused to sign off on the operation, but a doctor agreed to perform the surgery anonymously. From it, Harbisson emerged with a camera connected to a device on the back of his skull, its lens dangling in front of his face on a rod that arcs over his head. As he walked the streets of Austin, he described how he perceived the world: the red traffic light sounded like an A note; the green grass sounded like an F. In his keynote address at the conference, Harbisson said the first time he heard those colors in his sleep, he felt truly cyborg. Now, he no longer identifies as human but as a “cybernetic organism.” “If we define ourselves as organisms, suddenly our group is wider,” he said. “We are on the same level as an insect, or as a cat, or as a plant.” Harbisson is well aware of how the world perceives him. He moved from Barcelona to New York City in search of “peace” with another friend in the transhumanist movement, Moon Ribas. Ribas has an electronic device in her arm that she said vibrates when there is an earthquake anywhere in the world. On more than one occasion, people have tried to rip off his antenna, Harbisson said. That’s part of the reason why he co-founded the Cyborg Foundation to advocate for “cyborg rights.” When asked if he’s ever thought about just taking the antenna off, Harbisson demurred. “To me, it’s much stronger, the wish to sense what’s around me, than the fact that people keep annoying me,” he said, adding that maybe, in the future, as others get new senses, he’ll be considered normal.Source link
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Finally an Honest Reporter! Tammy Bruce Puts Blame on Violent Leftist Thugs at Trump Rally – YouTube

Finally an Honest Reporter! Tammy Bruce Puts Blame on Violent Leftist Thugs at Trump Rally – YouTube

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Your Worst Day Ever:  David Wolfe’s Earthing and Zapping Debunked, Part 1

Your Worst Day Ever: David Wolfe’s Earthing and Zapping Debunked, Part 1

Earthers mistakenly believe that the Earth protects them from EMF via a mystical force field seeping into their bodies through their feet.  Somebody’s been watching too much Star Trek. Part One:  Unnatural FrequenciesHave you heard the joke about the guy who plugs himself into an electrical outlet in his home for protection against disease-causing high frequency electromagnetic fields, then paradoxically zaps himself with an electrical device to kill pathogens? Unfortunately, it’s not a joke.  This is for real.  The man’s name is David Avocado Wolfe.  And he’s not just practicing this silly electrical voodoo on himself, he’s selling products that cost hundreds of dollars to innocent, scientifically illiterate followers, with the promise of similar protection.  Sadly, it’s all a scam, and there’s the very real chance that seriously ill people are eschewing real medical treatment in favor of quack remedies like earthing and zapping. In this multi-part series, I’ll be…Source link
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Chinese Alchemy

Chinese Alchemy

By Stuff They Don’t Want You to Know via YouTubeLike this: Like Loading…RelatedPosted in: Alternative Medicine, Medical | Tagged: alchemists, alchemy, Chinese alchemy, Chinese Medicine, Eastern alchemy, inner alchemy, Medical, medicine, outer alchemy, Pharmaceutical, secret of the golden flower, Stuff They Don’t Want You to Know, youtubeSource link
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The Truth about CO2

The Truth about CO2

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Do you know where to find a good story?Why not submit it to us? To submit a story click the image above or send an email to tips@illuminuti.com and include a web link URL to the story. Please note: tips@illuminuti.com is a one-way email address. It’s set up to receive emails but it’s NOT setup to send emails, so a response should not be expected. Mason I. Bilderberg (MIB)Like this: Like Loading…RelatedPosted in: Brain Works, ChemClouds, ChemTrails, Conspiracy, Debunk, Educational, ESP, Fun Stuff, GMO, Human Perception, Paranormal, Pseudoscientific, Psychology, Quackery, Satire, Science, Secret Societies, Skepticism, Superstition, Urban Legends | Tagged: conspiracists, Conspiracy, conspiracy theories, conspiracy theorist, conspiracy theorists, conspiracy theory, debunk, Debunked, ET, Extra Terrestrials, Illuminati, illuminuti, illuminutti, New World Order, News Tip, Paranoid Conspiracy Theorists, paranormal, pseudoscience, psychic, Psychology, science, skeptic, skepticism, skeptics, Story, Story Tip, Submit, Submit A Story, Tip, Unidentified flying objectSource link
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The Flat Earth Update

The Flat Earth Update

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Why do so many people believe in psychic powers?

Why do so many people believe in psychic powers?

Source: BPS Research DigestResearchers say belief in psychic powers is not related to general IQ, memory bias or education, but to a lack of analytical skillsA large proportion of the public – over a quarter according to a Gallup survey in the US – believe that humans have psychic abilities such as telepathy and clairvoyance, even though mainstream science says there is no evidence that these powers exist. It might be tempting for sceptics to put this down to a lack of general intelligence or education on the part of the believers, but in fact past research has failed to support this interpretation. Now a paper in Memory and Cognition has looked for differences between believers and sceptics in specific mental abilities, rather than in overall intelligence or education. Across three studies – this was one of the most comprehensive investigations of its kind – the researchers at the University of Chicago found that believers in psychic powers had memory abilities equal to the sceptics, but they underperformed on tests of their analytical thinking skills. Stephen Gray and David Gallo surveyed the psychic beliefs, “need for cognition” (how much people enjoy mental effort) and life satisfaction of over two thousand people online. For example, regarding psychic beliefs, one survey item asked participants whether they agreed or disagreed that “it is possible to gain information about the future before it happens, in ways that do not depend on rational prediction or normal sensory channels”. The strongest psychic believers and sceptics matched for years in education or academic performance (around 50 people in each group, in each of the three studies; aged 18 to 35) were then invited to complete a range of tests of their memory and analytical skills, either online or in person at the psych lab. Continue Reading @ BPS Research Digest – – –Like this: Like Loading…RelatedPosted in: Brain Works, ESP, Human Perception, Psychics, Spirituality, Telepathy | Tagged: BPS Research Digest, Clairvoyance, ESP, Memory and Cognition, psychic, sceptics, skeptics, TelepathySource link
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Autopsy Report: Eerie Similarities Between Bobbi Kristina Brown and Whitney Houston’s Deaths

Autopsy Report: Eerie Similarities Between Bobbi Kristina Brown and Whitney Houston’s Deaths

Other than the fact that both Whitney Houston and her daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown were found face down in a bathtub, a new autopsy report concludes that they both found with the combination of drugs in their bodies. The more the investigation on Bobbi Kristina’s death progresses, the more it bears the classic signs of a ritualistic murder covered up by the authorities. While this might sound like an outrageous claim, all of the facts concerning this case strongly point in that direction and conversely, one must attribute too many things to pure coincidence to conclude that both deaths were accidental. As I’ve highlighted in my previous articles about this case, Whitney Houston’s last years were those of an ex-star who found herself at odds with the higher ups of the entertainment industry and who got stuck in its dark and toxic underbelly. As drug problems merged with a total mental breakdown, a spectacular downfall ensued. Countless reports of odd behavior surfaced as Whitney was found to be trapped in living conditions akin to mind control. In a rare interview with Oprah, Whitney described her life with Bobbi Brown: Oprah: Did you think something was gonna happen in those drug-crazed, drug-filled days where you’re sitting for hours and days? Whitney: There were times when he (Bobby Brown) would smash things, break things in the home. Glass. We had a big, big giant portrait of me and him and my child. He cut my head off the picture. Stuff like that. And I thought, “This is really strange.” So I figured, cutting my head off a picture, that was a little much for me. That was one sign. And then there were other things like he started to paint in my bedroom eyes. Just eyes. Evil eyes that were looking at every point of the room. Oprah: He started to paint on the walls? Whitney: Yeah. The rugs. The walls. The closet doors. If I opened the door, there would be one picture. Then I’d close them and there would be another picture and eyes and faces. It was really strange. … Oprah: What are you doing with all of that? Whitney: I’m looking at it going, “Lord, what’s really going on here?” I was getting scared because I felt something was going to blow. Something was going to give.– Oprah.com, “Whitney Houston Tells All“In short, she was a classic case of an industry pawn who paid dearly the price of fame. Not unlike Michael Jackson, Whitney’s life was cut short just when she was gaining a little grip on her life and right when she was becoming a little more vocal about her ordeals.Whitney’s death was apparently not enough and, as if struck by a multi-generational curse, the her daughter lost her life in circumstances that are exactly similar. Leaving both mother and daughter face down in a bathtub is the kind of “signature” a serial killer would leave to link both murders. New information now confirm that the similarities go beyond the setting of the crime scene. Same Fatal Cocktail of Drugs The autopsy report confirms that both Whitney Houston and Bobbi Kristina were found with a strikingly similar cocktail of drugs in their bodies. comparison of autopsy reports for Bobbi Kristina Brown and her mother, singer Whitney Houston, shows similarities that go beyond how both women were found. The reports say the women had used cocaine, marijuana and the same prescription drug used to treat anxiety before they were discovered unresponsive in bathtubs, according to WXIA-TV, 11Alive News, in Atlanta. Brown’s cause of death is listed as lobar pneumonia due to “hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy, delayed effects” and “immersion of face in water complicating mixed drug intoxication.” Autopsy findings revealed a cocktail of drugs: “Marijuana, alcohol (ethanol), benzoylecgonine (a cocaine-related substance), benzodiazepines (medications used for sedation or to treat anxiety), and morphine.– Mass Live, Autopsy report: Many of same drugs found in Bobbi Kristina Brown, Whitney Houston casesNot unlike most elite-sponsored killings, Bobbi Kristina’s investigation is muddled, confusing and full of contradictions. Her prolonged coma is the perfect excuse to say: “We don’t know what really happened and we’ll never will”. The autopsy report states: The other question which arises is manner of death. In other words, did death result from natural causes such as disease, an intentional act such as suicide or homicide, an unintentional cause (accident), or in an undetermined manner when a more specific manner of death cannot be established. Death was clearly not due to natural causes, but the medical examiner has not been able to determine whether death was due to intentional or accidental causes, and has therefore classified the manner of death as Undetermined .– FCME, “Update on the Death of Bobbi Kristina Brown“While the investigation is far from over, some sources claim that Nick Gordon might have been accessory to the killing. Whatever the case may be, Bobbi Kristina’s death goes way beyond Nick Gordon: It is the work of a shady force that is powerful enough to kill those it doesn’t like … and get away with it.Source link
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Symbolic Pics of the Month 03/16

Symbolic Pics of the Month 03/16

In this edition of SPOTM: Rita Ora, Zendaya, Selena Gomez and more proof that the entertainment business is about UNcreativity and all about catering to the elite’s sick obsessionsAs stated in past SPOTM’s, Rita Ora is one of those chosen figureheads of the Beta Kitten system who appears to be famous for no reason. Like most celebrity Beta Kittens, Ora did a photoshoot with the elite’s favorite photographer Terry Richardson for LUI magazine. The result: Pure Beta Kitten stuff. For instance, the cover is basically her flashing her breast as if saying: “Yup, this is my career now.”Ora also graced the pages of L’Officiel Russia. Here, she shows us her tattoo of the Kabbalistic Tree of Life (Kabbalah-related tattoos are almost a requisite for Beta Kittens). She also flashes some of her booty because that Kabbalah stuff is not about spirituality – it is a sign of being a slave of the occult elite.There also male representatives of Beta programming in the industry. Model Jethro Cave (Nick Cave’s son) seems to have integrated that entire system. Here, he’s doing the one-eye sign with a condom while wearing handcuffs … slave.Holding a skull (that is eating a banana) on his privates = exploitation and self-destruction.Here, Jethro is wearing a creepy “kitten” mask – a reference to Beta Kitten programming.Speaking of Beta Kittens, Selena Gomez keeps playing into that agenda. As one critic stated: “she’s focused on pandering to her pervert fans who have been into her since she was 15 and working for Disney…by doing weird Pedophilic photoshoots dressed like “Little Bo Peep” or some sh*t”. Selena’s photoshoot in LOVE magazine is indeed about making childhood sexy – and it is not her first photoshoot going in the “lolita” direction.Isn’t the agenda obvious now?Her confused face as if saying “why are you doing this to me” makes the abuse of minors fashionable.This agenda is not limited to ex-Disney girls. The UK show This Morning featured girls between ages of 8 and 10, wearing crop tops and performing a pole dance routines. Young girls doing what strippers do on morning television: That’s mass media for you.The one-eye sign popped up literally everywhere last month. It was used by all kinds of elite-owned companies and performed by all kinds of elite-owned celebrities. Here’s a prominent one-eye sign on an ad for Weight Watchers.Despite years of career in the movie industry, Jodie Foster still needs to throw up that sign in Interview magazine.Zendaya needs to bring that one-eye sign to her young fans in Girls Life magazine.Here she is in Complex Magazine posing with a bunch of dismembered mannequins – the elite’s favorite way of depicting MK slaves. Jazz Jennings is a 15 year-old transgender teenager that has been getting a lot of publicity lately. In this pic for DAZED magazine, one eye is replaced by a patch – a confirmation of who is controlling this young person’s career now.Nearly ever single ad for the brand Pandora features the one-eye sign. Here’s a small compilation of ads.This is the cover of one of Poland’s most important magazines. It features a white woman being grabbed by six “dark” arms with the title: “The Islamic Rape of Europe”. As I’ve stated in previous articles, the elite has purposely forced the massive entry of refugees in several Western countries. That same elite is now feeding and profiting from the fear, hate, racism and confusion caused by this massive entry of migrants. The end result: new restrictive laws, more surveillance and the introduction of freedom-killing policies based on race and religion. Remember that the motto of the elite is “Order out of chaos”.This Pakistan Airlines ad from 1979 is literally foreshadowing as we see a commercial jet casting a large shadow over the twin towers. There is no shortage of strange, predictive 9/11 images out there.This 1970’s print ad for the WTC is also rather creepy for several reasons, mainly because it implies that a whole lot of people in these towers are NOT going to heaven. Spearheaded by David Rockerfeller in 1959, the WTC was inaugurated by Governor Nelson Rockefeller (David’s brother) and housed some of the world’s biggest elite-owned finance firms. The WTC was indeed the closest some of them will ever get to heaven.Source link
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Food Babe: Still Selling GMOs While Trying To Avoid Them

Food Babe: Still Selling GMOs While Trying To Avoid Them

I laughed so hard I cried after reading Food Babe’s latest post on avoiding GMOs.1  It’s hard to avoid something when you’re selling it in your own store.  Yes Vani Hari, I’m looking at you. As I pointed out in an earlier article,2  Hari sells a hand sanitizer derived from GMO corn. The sanitizer’s manufacturer freely admits this fact.  If you break down the source code of Vani’s shopping web site, you can see she’s been hawking this product for over four years.  So much for Food Babe’s “investigative skills”: Vani Hari uploaded this GMO-based product to her online store in November, 2011. To be clear, there’s absolutely nothing to fear from genetically modified corn–or any other such organism.  GMOs have been in our food supply for decades, with no ill effect.  Thousands of studies support their safety.  But one could derive a drinking game from…Source link
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Demythologizing the Knights Templar

Demythologizing the Knights Templar

More pseudohistory than fact surrounds this ancient’s order’s depictions in pop culture. by Brian Dunning via skeptoidRead transcript below | download podcast This ancient order of knights, cloaked in mystery and intrigue, find their way into more of today’s movies and novels than just about any other famous characters. For a fair summary of the degree to which made-up Knights Templar mythology has permeated pop culture, one need look no further than the History Channel, the world’s central warehouse of sensationalized pseudohistory. They’ve cast the Templars in some shadowy overlord capacity in just about every phase of human history. They’ve involved them in the Oak Island Money Pit, a sinkhole discovered in Nova Scotia in 1795; inexplicably entangled them with various alleged pirate treasures; with ciphers pretended to exist on the tomb of Jesus; with modern day Freemasons, separated by four centuries; and granted them fantastic treasures that they discovered buried beneath the Temple of Solomon and have kept secretly hidden ever since — and various described as either the Ark of the Covenant, the Holy Grail, the Shroud of Turin, or even all three. These, and many more veins of Templar mythology, all extend from the mother lode: the 1982 book Holy Blood, Holy Grail by Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh and Henry Lincoln, best known today as Dan Brown’s main inspiration for The Da Vinci Code, in which he cast the Templars as guardians of the secret that Mary Magdalene was Jesus’ wife. But although Holy Blood, Holy Grail is clearly the main influence of today’s Templar mythology to which The History Channel owes so much of its programming, it was not the first to employ them in fiction. Sir Walter Scott used Templars for a number of characters in his 1820 novel Ivanhoe, which is set when the Templars existed, but heavily fictionalizes who they were and what they did. A number of French authors picked up this theme, most notably Maurice Druon, whose series of seven novels have been cited by modern author George R. R. Martin as his original inspiration for his series A Song of Ice and Fire and the HBO series Game of Thrones. Yes, the Templars, willingly or not, have had a massive impact on modern popular mythology. So for now, that’s enough of asserting that everything we’ve heard about the Knights Templar is fiction, and it’s time to now look at their true history. Continue Reading @ Skeptoid – – – Also See: Knights Templar (wikipedia)Like this: Like Loading…RelatedSource link
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Mitchell & Webb – Conspiracy Theories.

Mitchell & Webb – Conspiracy Theories.

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Narcissism and low self-esteem predict conspiracy beliefs

Narcissism and low self-esteem predict conspiracy beliefs

By Danielle Levesque via psypost.org Individuals who hold strong beliefs in conspiracies often also score high in narcissism and low in self-esteem, according to 2015 research. The series of studies, published in Social Psychological and Personality Science, examined individuals to determine whether self-evaluation plays a role in predicting conspiracy beliefs. “Previous research linked the endorsement of conspiracy theories to low self-esteem,” said Aleksandra Cichocka, principal investigator and corresponding author of the study. “We propose that conspiracy theories should rather be appealing to individuals with exaggerated feelings of self-love, such as narcissists, due to their paranoid tendencies,” she continued. In the first study, 202 participants completed a conspiracy beliefs questionnaire, a self-esteem scale, and an individual narcissism questionnaire.  In the conspiracy beliefs questionnaire, participants rated the extent to which they agree with such statements as “A small, secret group of people is responsible for making all major world decisions, such as going to war” and “The American government permits or perpetrates acts of terrorism on its own soil, disguising its involvement.” Scientists found that among participants, high individual narcissism and low self-esteem significantly predicted conspiracy beliefs. In the second study, scientists sought to rule out the possibility that collective narcissism contributed to the results of the previous study. “Because conspiracy theories often refer to malevolent actions of groups, we wanted to distinguish whether it is a narcissistic image of the self or the group that predicts the endorsement of conspiracy theories,” said Cichocka. “For example . . . Continue Reading @ psypost.org – – –Like this: Like Loading…RelatedSource link
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Judge Scalia Was With Members of an Elite Secret Society When He Died

Judge Scalia Was With Members of an Elite Secret Society When He Died

Judge Scalia died at a gathering of the International Order of St. Hubertus, an elite secret society that dates back to the 1600s. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who was mostly known for his ultra-conservative views on a variety of issues, was found dead on February 12th in a luxury ranch in Texas. The context and the circumstances of his death are rather perplexing. For one, Scalia was members of the secret society International Order of St. Hubertus – an exclusive elite hunting fraternity dating from the 1600. While the fraternity’s official mission is about loving nature, animals and whatnot – it goes far deeper that this. The Order of St. Hubertus is not a society of “elite hunters” – it is an elite secret society that gathers under the pretext of hunting. Members of the society hold titles similar to those found in Freemasonry such as Grand Master and Knight Grand Officer.After Scalia’s death Feb. 13, the names of the 35 other guests at the remote resort, along with details about Scalia’s connection to the hunters, have remained largely unknown. A review of public records shows that some of the men who were with Scalia at the ranch are connected through the International Order of St. Hubertus, whose members gathered at least once before at the same ranch for a celebratory weekend. Members of the worldwide, male-only society wear dark-green robes emblazoned with a large cross and the motto “Deum Diligite Animalia Diligentes,” which means “Honoring God by honoring His creatures,” according to the group’s website. Some hold titles, such as Grand Master, Prior and Knight Grand Officer. The Order’s name is in honor of Hubert, the patron saint of hunters and fishermen. After Scalia’s death, Poindexter told reporters that he met Scalia at a “sports group” gathering in Washington. The U.S. chapter of the International Order of St. Hubertus lists a suite on M Street NW in the District as its headquarters, although the address is only a mailbox in a United Parcel Service store. The International Order of St. Hubertus, according to its website, is a “true knightly order in the historical tradition.” In 1695, Count Franz Anton von Sporck founded the society in Bohemia, which is in modern-day Czech Republic. The group’s Grand Master is “His Imperial Highness Istvan von Habsburg-Lothringen, Archduke of Austria,” according to the Order’s website. The next gathering for “Ordensbrothers” and guests is an “investiture” March 10 in Charleston, S.C. – The Washington Post, “Justice Scalia spent his last hours with members of this secretive society of elite hunters”Here are some images from a gathering of the International Order of St. Hubertus at the Windsor Court Hotel in New Orleans.Jesus Christ between antlers meant to represent St Hubertus’ vision.A display of horned skulls with cryptic inscriptions on them.Another skull is adorned with two double-headed eagles – an important symbol in Freemasonry.This Masonic emblem of a double-headed eagle topped by a crown represents the 33rd Degree – the highest degree achievable in regular Freemasonry.The Order is therefore a classic example of an occult secret society from the 17th century that draped itself in Christian imagery to avoid persecution and remain secret. The ultimate proof of the Order’s connection with the occult elite is the fact that its American branch was founded at the Bohemian Grove in San Francisco. The society’s U.S. chapter launched in 1966 at the famous Bohemian Club in San Francisco, which is associated with the all-male Bohemian Grove — one of the most well-known secret societies in the country.– Ibid.As you might know, the Bohemian Grove is the most prominent gathering place of members of the elite who partake in dark occult ritual drama. This private club of influential men still meets annually north of San Francisco and uses this symbolic ritual to kick off its summer retreat. The ceremony involves burning a mummy-like effigy named Care at the foot of the group’s mascot: a 40-foot-tall concrete owl.“The Cremnation of Care” at the Bohemian Grove. The ceremony involves the poling of a small boat across a lake containing an effigy of Care (“Dull Care”). Dark, hooded individuals receive the effigy from the ferryman which is placed on an altar and, at the end of the ceremony, is set on fire.To purge himself of worldly concerns, a member of the elite Bohemian Club participated in a 1915 Cremation of Care ceremony – complete with candles and a robed and hooded comrade to guide him.So this is where the Order of St. Hubertus was launched in the U.S. This reveals everything you need to know about its connection to the occult elite. Secrecy Around Scalia’s Death Those who attempted to investigate the circumstances of the death of one of the most prominent figures in the country found themselves confronted with a lot of secrecy, denials and “I don’t know” ‘s.  For instance, his death was promptly pronounced as natural – without proper examination of the body. Scalia died in his sleep on the night of February 12 or the morning of February 13, 2016, following an afternoon of quailhunting and dining at the Cibolo Creek Ranch in Shafter, Texas as the guest of John B. Poindexter, owner of the ranch. After Poindexter discovered the body, he called the Presidio County sheriff’s department to ask for the number of the U.S. Marshal’s Service to report a death. Poindexter was reluctant to say who had died to Sheriff Danny Dominguez, who had the Marshal’s Service call the ranch owner, and both the marshals and the sheriff went to the ranch, where they were shown Scalia’s body. Dominguez instructed his office to call local justice of the peace Juanita Bishop but she was out of town. County Judge Cinderela Guevara pronounced Scalia dead of natural causes. She did not see the body, which under Texas law is not required, nor order an autopsy. Bishop, as well as David Beebe, another justice of the peace, later disagreed with the decision not to order an autopsy for Scalia. Guevara, who conferred by telephone with Scalia’s physician, stated that she made the determination to pronounce Scalia dead from natural causes after being told by county sheriff Dominguez on the scene that “there were no signs of foul play” and that Scalia “was having health issues”; Scalia’s physician, Rear Admiral Brian P. Monahan, told her Scalia had a history of heart trouble, including high blood pressure, and was recently deemed too weak to undergo surgery for a torn rotator cuff. According to Sunset Funeral Home director Chris Lujan, Scalia’s family also declined to have an autopsy performed after his body was transferred to his El Paso funeral home, prior to its return to Fairfax, Virginia.– The Big Story, “Texas judge disclosed details about Scalia’s health”Law enforcement and the FBI are also remaining extremely secretive about the facts surrounding the Order and Scalia’s death. Law enforcement officials told The Post that they had no knowledge of the International Order of St. Hubertus or its connection to Poindexter and ranch guests. The officials said the FBI had declined to investigate Scalia’s death when they were told by the marshals that he died from natural causes.– Washington Post, Op. Cit.In short, one of the nine Judges of the highest federal court of the United States died during the gathering of an occult secret society. That death was promptly pronounced to be of natural causes. No autopsy was performed on the body and no investigation took place. Scalia therefore could have been poisoned (for whatever reason) and nobody would ever find out. No matter what the case may be, this story exemplifies why the occult elite identifies to the owl of the Bohemian Grove: It works in darkness, away from the prying eyes of the rest of the world.Source link
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