The history of the Illuminati can be traced back thousands of years. It is now known as the world’s greatest conspiracy which was created by a man named Adam Weishaupt. He was a Catholic man who left the religion of Christianity and decided to organize a group called the Illuminati which was mainly funded by… Continue reading History of the Illuminati
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The Absolver Paris – OUT TODAY
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If we talk about people who have shown the highest level of commitment and dedication as a lawman, Alphonse Bertillon stands above all. He was born on 22 April 1853. He became a French policeman and a biometrics researcher. As a Policeman & Biometrics Researcher Alphonse Bertillon is globally renowned as the first person who… Continue reading Alphonse Bertillon
The Fluoride Conspiracy – Mass Sedation?
One would think that fluoridating public drinking water isn’t something to be concerned about. The US has been adding fluoride supplements to public drinking supplies since 1945 and it is generally accepted by the American people. In fact, there are 25 total countries in the world that add fluoride to their public water systems on… Continue reading The Fluoride Conspiracy – Mass Sedation?
Weather Control – a conspiracy theory?
The idea of weather control makes most people either cringe in disbelief or wonder at the possibilities that could be if mankind had the power to make it rain whenever and wherever we wanted. Weather control, or modification, is defined as the act of intentionally manipulating or altering weather or weather patterns. After many reports… Continue reading Weather Control – a conspiracy theory?
Religious Conspiracy Theories: The Awesome Power of Belief
Few religious conspiracy theories would be complete without a reference to the Aum Shinrikyo cult, led by Shoko Asahara, back in 1984. Initially dismissed as a fringe group, it nevertheless attracted several adherents including some of the most well-educated people in Japan (where the cult originated). At its peak, it had adherents numbering in the… Continue reading Religious Conspiracy Theories: The Awesome Power of Belief