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u/Will_Nova · 1 pointr/ConspiracyII

Rich Roll's wife just wrote a book on making vegan cheese. Rich Roll has a great podcast you would probably enjoy. He is a very positive person in my opinion and he's slowly convincing me to go vegetarian and/or Vegan. I hope you find this information useful for your cheese addiction. Edit: her name is Julie Pratt and the book is called This Cheese is Nuts

u/pijinglish · 2 pointsr/ConspiracyII

I'll have to look into this when I have a bit more time. Overall, a very interesting find.

If you're interested in other links between occult groups and fascist extremists, you'll probably enjoy this lengthy, nine part series on one aspect of the subject, as well as this essay regarding synarchy's influence on fascist/Nazi circles in pre and post-War Europe.

I'm of the opinion that, yes, Nazis were fascists. They may have started out as socialists, but as a struggling party they needed cash and IG Farben was one of their first big corporate donors. Henry Ford, Charles Lindbergh, and numerous other right wing anti-communist pro-fascists were all Nazi supporters and certainly had no love for socialism. American Axis by Max Wallace is a well researched and entertaining read on the subject.

u/-Ph03niX- · 0 pointsr/ConspiracyII

1 hour 29 Minutes (a decent talk, though I'd recommend skipping the first 10 minutes- the intro/host of this show is remarkably horrible)

> Imagination is a core aspect of being human — allowing us to create, innovate, and enter higher states of consciousness. However, modernity and scientism have sidelined imagination, replacing our ability to experience greater truths with mechanistic thinking. For the sake of a better future, we must once again leverage the power of imagination as the great minds and movements of the past did so well. The benefits of tapping into the imaginal are supported by both ancient philosophies and the latest developments in neuroscience Not only is imagination essential to our knowing reality to the full but to our very humanity itself. Astral Guess — Gary Lachman, author of The Lost Knowledge of the Imagination. This is a partial show. For the second half of the interview, please become a member: More information on Gary: Get Gary’s book (and support him and Abraxas): Download these and all other shows: Become a patron and keep this Red Pill Cafeteria open:


> Gary Joseph Lachman (born December 24, 1955, Bayonne, New Jersey, United States), also known as Gary Valentine, is an American writer and musician.
> He came to prominence in the mid-1970s as the bass guitarist for the punk rock/new wave band Blondie. Since the 1990s, Lachman has written full-time, often about mysticism and occultism.'

u/qwertyqyle · 2 pointsr/ConspiracyII

You guys wanna hear about an interesting conspiracy theory?

As many of you know, I have been investing quite a bit of time with Remote Viewing. (If your interested, check out r/projectSTARGATE)

Well the RV community has some interesting characters, but Tim Rifat takes the cake. Born in the UK, and allegedly has deep connections with Russians that participated in the Soviets equivalent of project STARGATE.

Anyways, he goes on to claim that after the Soviet Union collapsed, the red's passed off this (allegedly much more advanced than US) psychic tech to the Chinese. And while I can confirm some of this, I can't confirm the later bits. The Chinese started rounding up children that had shown psychic potential. And they took all these kids (Hundreds for sure, possibly thousands.) And they put them into special schools/communities to develop their abilities. Now those kids are full grown, and would be in their psychic prime. I can confirm thus far to be a correct record, but here is where it starts getting a little more crazy.

So it is rather well known that group PSY activities can result in much more extreme results. In occult circles, you will hear that one person alone can do good black magik, but groups are needed for effective white majik. While it can be done with one person (As is documented in 'The PK Man: A True Story of Mind Over Matter' by J. Mishlove, and J.E. Mack) it had been mostly done in groups (Such as drum circles, and rain dances.)

Now Rifat alleges that the Chinese psychics have been working in groups to collectively create world changing outcomes. Including the deaths of a couple Rothschilds after a debate over financial matters.

Now if you want to go down a crazy conspiracy rabbit hole, chack out Benjamin Fulford, and the White Dragon Society. Fulford claims to be a spokesperson for the WDS, and has claimed that they have access to over 10,000 psychic warriors, and near unlimited finances.

So, it is possible, if their is any truth in that. For us to have a consciousness revolution, we may have a formidable foe/friend to go against/with.

Also Ben Fulford is nuts. He is like Alex Jones 5.0 with 6 redbulls, and a 8-ball of coke in him.

u/MuuaadDib · 1 pointr/ConspiracyII

That is a thing, with no clear answers some people are given credit such as the Incans, Nabataeans, or even the Egyptians in some instances. . These people definitely found these places, but I suspect they are given too much credit in the construction of them. Where as the other side of the coin you are picking up on, they don't know who built it so it must be aliens or the Lemurians. The interesting thing about MU is that I believe through DNA findings and people out of place in the region the Ainu, makes me believe they were once possible inhabitants. I would argue there certainly is literal ton of evidence for the existence of the North American race of people who predated the Native Americans of large stature. I read an excellent book on this, which I felt very well outlined the desire to make them go away from the Powell Doctrine of the Smithsonian, and the tons of information existing.

u/quantumcipher · 3 pointsr/ConspiracyII

Indeed. I consider it more a form of artwork and source of curiosity than anything. Speaking of the Templars, I recently happened upon a book you will likely find of interest:

I have yet to read this particular title personally, however have gone through others by the same author, of the non-fiction variety. The book above is technically fiction, historical fiction, though contains a number of largely unknown references to the Templars and of their initiation into the Gnostic mysteries, among others, for example the Assassins and Sufi they had also encountered during the time of the Crusades.

You can find more of his work here:

including a non-fiction title covering history of the Templars:

and various works covering other areas of the Western Mystery Tradition, the Kemetic/Egyptian mysteries, esotericism in general, as well as detailed analysis of the work of Aleister Crowley and Thelema, which was what brought his body of work to my attention initially, and not surprising considering the depth of his involvement with the OTO.

You can find more on the Gnostic current adopted by the Templars, from the Essenes and Johannites in particular, in the following podcast:

  • The Secret Gnosticism of the Knights Templar with Timothy Hogan On GW Radio

    Some background on the author and lecturer interviewed in the aforementioned podcast:

    > He is a Knight Templar in the York Rite and a 32* Knight Commander of the Court of Honor (KCCH) in the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite (SJ).

    > Timothy has been knighted into the Royal Order of Scotland as a Rosicrucian Knight of Kilwinning. He is a Past Sovereign Master of Allied Masonic Degree Chapter 425. He is an active officer in the Societas Rosicruciana In Civitibus Foederatis. He has been knighted as a Sir Knight of the East and West in the Knight Masons of Ireland.

    > He is a Past Master of the Rocky Mountain Lodge of the Ancient Mystical Order of Rosicrucians (AMORC), having completed 9+ degrees. He is also a Past Master of the Rosicrucian Lodge of the Phoenix and the Grail.

    For more on the subject of the Knights Templar from the same contributor:

  • Timothy Hogan - Esoteric Templar History - YouTube

    Another perspective on the history of the Templars, from occult author and researcher Robert Ambelain:

  • Templars & Rose Croix by Robert Ambelain (pdf)

    And yet another perspective on the fate of the Templars, from the writing of Albert Pike, once Sovereign Grand Commander of the Scottish Rite, the individual largely responsible for formulating the degrees and ritual of the Scottish Rite as we know them today, and purported co-founder of Freemasonry's alleged inner order of the Palladium, in his magnum opus Morals & Dogma:

    > Morals and Dogma: Council of Kadosh: XXX. Knight Kadosh

    > "The Pope and the King soon after perished in a strange and sudden manner. Squin de Florian, the chief denouncer of the Order, died assassinated. In breaking the sword of the Templars, they made of it a poniard; and their proscribed trowels thence-forward built only tombs."
    > [The Order disappeared at once. Its estates and wealth were confiscated, and it seemed to have ceased to exist. Nevertheless it lived, under other names and governed by unknown Chiefs, revealing itself only to those who, in passing through a series of Degrees, had proven themselves worthy to be entrusted with the dangerous Secret. The modern Orders that style themselves Templars have assumed a name to which they have not the shadow of a title.]
    > "The Successors of the Ancient Adepts Rose-Croix, abandoning by degrees the austere and hierarchial Science of their Ancestors in initiation, became a Mystic Sect, united with many of the Templars, the dogmas of the two intermingling, and believed themselves to be the sole depositaries of the secrets of the Gospel of St. John, seeing in its recitals an allegorical series of rites proper to complete the initiation.
    > "The Initiates, in fact, thought in the eighteenth century that their time had arrived, some to found a new Hierarchy, others to overturn all authority, and to press down all the summits of the Social Order under the level of Equality."
u/trot-trot · 2 pointsr/ConspiracyII
  1. (a) Source Of The Submitted Link

    * "Daniel Sheehan 2019: The Trajectory of Justice" by Romero Institute:

    * Syllabus for "The Trajectory of Justice in America: 2019" by Daniel P. Sheehan:

    Source for #1a:

    Via: "A Closer Look At The Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) Phenomenon" at

    (b) In "CONCLUSIONS" (page 208) read from page 226 (start at "In the end, it is irrelevant whether") to page 228 in the book titled "October Surprise: America's Hostages in Iran and the Election of Ronald Reagan" by Gary Sick, published in 1991: or

    (d) Oil, United States of America (USA), Kuwait, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, And Operation Desert Storm: "The Trajectory of Justice in America: 2019" by Daniel P. Sheehan

    Start at 11:30 (11 minutes and 30 seconds), 4 April 2019, "From Desert Storm to Donald Trump: Daniel Sheehan 2019 Class #2":

    Start at 1:12:58 (1 hour and 12 minutes and 58 seconds), 23 April 2019, "What Mueller Missed — The Narrative No One Is Talking About: Daniel Sheehan 2019 Class #7" -- see #1e:

    (e) Information for Class #7, 23 April 2019

    - "CHAPTER SIX : THE MAYFLOWER HOTEL : April 2016" in the book "Proof of Collusion: How Trump Betrayed America" by Seth Abramson, published in 2018:

    - "The Global Oil Rush : Mini Teaser: Given rising demand and dwindling supplies, consuming nations should look south and east." by Robert C. McFarlane ("Bud"), published on 1 June 2006: (page 1 of 2), (page 2 of 2)

    See also: (9 March 2007, "Taking TNI's Advice: The Global Oil Rush : In the Summer 2006 issue of The National Interest, former National Security Advisor Robert C. McFarlane addressed Brazil’s potential contribution to American energy independence.")

  2. (a) Read

    (b) Read

    (c) Read

    "In trade wars of 200 years ago, the pirates were Americans" by Paul Wiseman, published on 28 March 2019:


    (d) Read

    Source: "A Closer Look At The Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) Phenomenon" at

    (e) Read

    "The US: An 'Empire in Retreat' : In his new book, Victor Bulmer-Thomas argues that the US needs to accept its imperial decline and reinvent itself" by Paul Hockenos, published on 6 May 2019:



  3. (a) The National Press Club, 18 October 2016, Bradley C. Birkenfeld "talked about his book, Lucifer's Banker: The Untold Story of How I Destroyed Swiss Bank Secrecy, about exposing efforts by Swiss bank UBS to shelter billions of dollars for American clients. Mr. Birkenfeld was a banker for UBS and informed the Justice Department and IRS about the bank's practices in 2007.":

    "'Lucifer's Banker' Book Launch Party" by The National Press Club -- the event was held on 18 October 2016 at The National Press Club in Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America:

    (b) Read 'Supplemental For "Number 7"' -- 911, 9/11, September 11, 2001 -- (#2) at


    Source: "A Closer Look At The Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) Phenomenon" at

    (c) Rick Wiles, host of Trunews, interviews Russian economist Dr. Tatyana Koryagina on American Freedom News in November 2001, weeks after September 11, 2001 (9/11). The interview begins at 07:35 (7 minutes and 35 seconds) and ends at 55:09 (55 minutes and 9 seconds). This interview was rebroadcast on 20 November 2008 by Rick Wiles on Trunews (

    Audio file:

    Via + Much more: #2 at

    Source: "A Closer Look At The Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) Phenomenon" at


    (d) Watch and listen to the 9/11 (911) videos by Citizen Investigation Team:

    Source + Much more: #2 -- 9/11, 911, September 11, 2001 -- at

    Via: "A Closer Look At The Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) Phenomenon" at


    - Citizen Investigation Team:
u/Spider__Jerusalem · 1 pointr/ConspiracyII


I didn't care for that show. Just a lot of gratuitous nudity and sex scenes. I hate sex scenes in movies and TV, I don't feel like they advance the plot in any meaningful way. I think every second on screen should be about moving the story forward and advancing the journey of the characters, sex scenes are just pointless and go nowhere and mean nothing most of the time.


Check out Michael Parenti's The Assassination of Julius Caesar. Great book.

> True Detective was the shit (season one, that is).

I figured out who it was the first time they showed the killer. I said to my friend, "That's the guy." My friend was like, "Him? How do you know?" And I said, "Just look at the way this is shot. It's so obvious. This character is either going to be the killer, or he'll lead them to the killer," and sure enough.

u/SpartanTank · 2 pointsr/ConspiracyII

The truth about Pearl Harbor was already uncovered by Robert Stinnett, who discovered the McCollum Memo and also wrote an extensive book about it. People tried to defame him, but it's ultimately up to the reader/researcher to decide truth from falsehood.

u/notacrackheadofficer · 5 pointsr/ConspiracyII

This book is very good:
It's very well researched, high in detail, and low in theory.

u/_Ph03niX · 4 pointsr/ConspiracyII

One of them was Ted Koppel's book "Lights Out".

People have mixed feelings on him as a former journalist, but I quite enjoyed the book (realistically scary as it was).

u/parametrek · 1 pointr/ConspiracyII

No matter how bad things get there will always be 2 things that you can trust: physics and economics.

> Not so long ago I read about a project somewhere in the world of creating collective graves of people to save space.

Why though? We will have less space for bodies. But that will simply raise the cost of burials. Cremations are already popular for economic reasons. Cremations will become more popular long before we "run out" of space.

> but also devalue the value of life

The value of life has been steadily increasing across almost all of human history. Unalienable rights. Banning slavery. The falling birth rate and the ever increasing effort we put towards raising children. The death sentence is on the way out. Universal healthcare has entered the world stage. But the past can't always predict the future. Who knows what the next 100 years will bring.

> the recycling of human beings for energy or food. Probably energy first.

Okay no. There is no energy associated with the human body. We are 70% water and there is no energy in water. The rest of us is salt and calcium and iron. There is no energy there either.

Do we use cows or pigs for energy? Sure 100 years ago we used horses and mules but that was from physical labor and they needed to be alive for that. A $200 solar panel can easily produce just as much energy as a human laborer and doesn't need food.

> wouldn't it be conceivable that if they die in the streets someone would pick them up and bring them to an incinerator?

Well no. 1st they'd go to a morgue. Cause of death, contact family. Then the family would likely take them to an incinerator because cremations are only going to get more popular over time. But cremation requires energy.

> those subjects would be diverted towards a food processing plant instead.

Generally speaking you don't eat animals that have died of disease or old age. It might be "free" but the quality would be terrible. There is more livestock than people so it isn't like we have a need for it either.

Now if you lived on a space station and humans were the only form of mammal within a million miles.... even then no. Your water would be reclaimed but it probably won't be worth the trouble of separating out all the other minerals.

> The body itself is valuable for medicinal purposes. It could be sold to a facility that then processes what it can for research/transplants/other purposes and then recycles the rest as energy.

Organ donation already exists. And so does donating your body to science. There is no energy to recycle. What you describe is the status quo.

> You could gift this money to your loved ones or pay someone to kill that person you always hated.

Ignoring the idea that murder and taking out contracts both suddenly become legal that doesn't make any economic sense.

> Most valuable is Potassium at ca 100 USD per body.

Wat. Look at this. There is only 140 grams of potassium in there. Here is KCl. About 53% or 260 grams of potassium in there. And it is $30. The 140 grams in a body would be $16. And this is small quantities from amazon. A bulk chemical supplier would have it for 5x cheaper.

> 45 million USD according to the Wired article, if all of it is in tip top condition.

It is also presuming that human organ selling suddenly becomes legal and black market prices don't crash. Either it will stay illegal and you won't be able to do it or it becomes legal and everyone does it and devalues the market.

But the price of organs has no bearing on the value of human life. The mineral content of a human body is only like $40 worth of minerals. We value human life as much more than the sum of its parts.

u/dtiftw · 2 pointsr/ConspiracyII

> Can you show me where it says socialists can't be authoritarian, violent, racist, etc?

I never made that argument. So that's a strawman and I don't see how it adds to the discussion.

>It seems the argument is, "None of these people were real socialists because they were racists and/or nationalists."

Again, I don't know who is making that argument. Because that's not what has ever been said.

>And yet for some reason, when it comes to the Germans, it's always, "Well, they weren't really socialists because they were racists and white supremacists..." or whatever.

No, it's that they weren't really socialists because they weren't really socialists.

>But it seems those who disagree simply find it sufficient enough to cut and paste links to Huffington Post, Reader Digest-level academics

Now you stoop to throwing attacks at experts because their credentials don't suit you?

Ian Kershaw is a Huffington Post level academic?

William Shirer, who actually saw the Nazi party's rise?

How about Richard Evans, who was knighted for his scholarship?

>Despite the change of name, however, it would be wrong to see Nazism as a form of, or an outgrowth from, socialism. True, as some have pointed out, its rhetoric was frequently egalitarian, it stressed the need to put common needs above the needs of the individual, and it often declared itself opposed to big business and international finance capital. Famously, too, anti-Semitism was once declared to be “the socialism of fools.” But from the very beginning, Hitler declared himself implacably opposed to Social Democracy and, initially to a much smaller extent, Communism: after all, the “November traitors” who had signed the Armistice and later the Treaty of Versailles were not Communists at all, but the Social Democrats.

I'll take the work of actual experts who have studied this far more than me or you.