Conspiracy Theory




Ventura’s son, Tyrel, and filmmaker Oliver Stone’s son, Sean Stone) tackle one of the more popular conspiracy theories of the last few years:  the so-called “Reptilian” conspiracy.

This conspiracy theory, popularized by theorist David Icke, claims that most of the world’s leaders throughout history have been descendants of an ancient race of alien Reptilians and human inter-breeders originating from ancient Sumeria, known as the “Annunaki.”  The theory explains that this Reptilian-human bloodline has been maintained by “The Elite,” including the royal families of Europe and, later, the major American political dynasties.  Proponents of the theory contend that most of today’s world leaders, including the last several  U.S. presidents, are descendants of this bloodline. 


The conspiracy theorist, famed for his assertion that world leaders are in fact blood-feeding lizard people cloaked in human form, has become a genuine superstar. Here’s a taste of his epic PowerPoint-style presentation, which stretched for more than ten hours, for an audience of 5,000 at London’s Wembley Stadium this past Saturday. Say what you will, but it’s impressive that he has developed such a bizarre, vivid, and detailed alternate explanation of reality, which so many people find compelling. Below, how “the fake reality” on Earth is being created by alien technology on Saturn and the moon:





A display of paranoia run amok? Sour grapes over a disappointing performance? Or could he be onto something? Ron Paul questions the veracity of the results in the Republican primaries, implying that vote tallies are being doctored to favor the picking of a more “establishment” candidate:




Just like the Egyptian Pharaoh, can you see it? The most amazing part? “This is our tax dollars at work” — the disturbing aspect of there being a reptilian implanted inside the president’s head apparently is that the procedure was paid for by taxpayer money rather than super PAC funds.


Everything You Know is Wrong — Disinformation: The Podcast Series Finale

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Everything You Know is WrongThis two-hour edition of Disinformation: The Podcast is the final episode of the series. Join Raymond Wiley, Joe McFall, Austin Gandy, and Joe Nolan for one last journey into the bizarre undercurrents of the human psyche. Raymond talks about the recent release of his first book, The Georgia Guidestones: America’s Most Mysterious Monument. Austin Gandy’s Invisible College returns with a new take on the infamous Knights Templar, and the Oslo shootings they are said to have inspired. Joe Nolan’s Insomnia delves into the undying myths of Carlos Castaneda, and the New Age subculture they have inspired. Finally, Raymond Wiley and Joe McFall present a retrospective discussion of their podcast careers, along with impressions of the occult mysteries, conspiracy theories, and obscure realms of belief featured in their seminal broadcasts. After 7 years, 80 podcasts, and more than a million downloads, these two friends say thank you and goodbye to the audience … For now.



Mere paranoia? Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer, G6 of U.S. Army’s 94th Division, says last week’s alleged plot by Iran to conduct a bombing and assassination on U.S. soil may be a fabrication by the Obama administration, perhaps even to establish a cause for war:


Uh-Oh, this is bound to rile up One World Government conspiracy theory types … from Reuters: Russia’s Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said he wants to bring ex-Soviet states into a “Eurasian Union”…




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Trevor Paglen’s work deliberately blurs the lines between science, contemporary art, journalism, and other disciplines to construct unfamiliar, yet meticulously researched ways to see and interpret the world around us. He is also the author of several books: Torture Taxi, the first book to comprehensively cover the CIA’s extraordinary rendition program; I Could Tell You But Then You Would Have to be Destroyed by Me, a book looking at the world of black projects through unit patches and memorabilia created for top-secret programs; and Blank Spots on the Map: The Dark Geography of the Pentagon’s Secret World, a book that gives a broader look at secrecy in the United States.


New York Magazine‘s Daily Intel asks why Alec Baldwin is alluding to 9/11 conspiracy theories on Twitter: The actor and potential mayoral hopeful had a late Twitter session overnight, as he’s been known to…


As a rule of thumb, when Henry Kissinger and Coca Cola are involved with something behind closed doors, it’s probably not good. Parapolitical notes: Document sharing site Public Intelligence has posted the…


Bin Laden was discovered not in the godforsaken, lawless borderlands but living in a million-dollar mansion in a touristy suburb nearby Pakistan’s top military academy. Steve Coll of the New Yorker writes…


[Disclaimer: By posting this article I do not mean to advocate the mainstream view that conspiracies are impossible.  Both evidence and logic suggest to me that not only do some exist, but…


Saddam Hussein’s execution in 2006 was quickly publicized all over YouTube. Now the video sharing site has brought us a prank call that fuels the theory of Hussein still being alive. During a dinner party, Hussein supposedly called Hassan al-Allawi, a former Ba’ath Party member and member of Parliament, with a voice that was quite convincing. The entire report can be read at The New York Times. Below is a recording of the phone call along with an English translation: