If you’re a fan of conspiracy theories, especially ones revolving around New World Order, then you’ll love this one. 

Denver International Airport was commissioned at 1.7 billion dollars (1989) and finished at the cost of 4.8 billion dollars (1995). Conspiracy theorist believe that there is something fishy about this airport.

The 1st thing people notice when they come by the airport is the giant blue mustang with red eyes. It was created by Luis Jimenez, who died in 2006 when the head of the Mustang fell down on his leg and severed an artery. Some people think its a tribute to the Broncos, but the statue has no symbols relating to them on it. Conspriacy theorist believe that this is the Pale Horse of Death.

It doesn’t help that the runways are shaped like a Swastika.

Once inside the building, the murals are even stranger, like the gas mask wearing, sword/ AK-47 weilding man killing the dove of peace.

Magnified picture of the note on the bottom right.

Then there is this mural, which either comes before, or after the story depicted in the previous one. Everyone is giving their weapons to the German boy in the middle and it all results in peace.

Then there is this mural which shows a burning town in the back, a girl holding the Mayan Calendar which predicts death and rebirth.

Then comes the final mural. Which shows total peace and rebirth after a genocide.

Another interesting thing pointed out inside the airport is what is on the floor. 

At 1st it seems like its the symbol for Gold and Silver, but conspiracy theorist take it to mean the abbreviation for Australia Antigen (but the symbols for that is HBsAg). It has been rumored that Australia Antigen could be used in biological warfare. The symbol in the picture is also placed right before the biological warfare mural.

Don’t let me forget about the underground bunkers.

Conspiracy theories are far-fetched most of the time, but are still fun to read up on. I hope you enjoyed this one.

The ONE conspiracy I might believe is that Stevie Wonder really ain't blind

I mean this man sits court side to every Laker game………FOR WHAT?

I mean am I crazy?

He Clearly saved that Mic from falling

Why are you so attentive to the game Stevie? 

Why are you cheering Stevie?

Perhaps the most intriguing photo purporting to show the North Polar opening into the “Hollow Earth”, taken by the American space station Skylab in 1974.

There are a myriad of conspiracies concerning “Hollow Earth”. Some people contend that the earth is really hollow inside and that there are 1400 mile diameter entrances at the north and south poles. Both of these entrances are said to be usually covered in clouds and the airspace is restricted by law. The earth’s crust is supposedly 800 or so miles thick and then after that you reach inner Earth.

In mythology the name given to this inner Earth is Agartha. There is said to be a sun in the center and there are vast civilizations with great technology and natural resources. There are also said to be many extinct animals such as dinosaurs and mammoths that exist there.

Caller Predicts JFK’s Death

Shortly after 10am on November 22, 1963 a call came in to a switchboard in Oxnard, Calif. The operator could hear a woman whispering on the other end and she sounded like she was in trouble. “The President is going to die at 10:30” is what the woman on the other line whispered. She kept telling the operator that The President was going to die soon. 

She went on with other random and cryptic statements, such as “The government takes over everything, lock, stock, and barrel” and “The Supreme Court. There’s going to be a fire in all of the windows.” The woman disconnected at 10:25. The call was written off as the ramblings of a crazy person, and the operator didn’t do anything to report it.

Kennedy was shot and killed at 12:30 p.m. Central time — 10:30 a.m. in California.


Another SOURCE 

audreyheckburn: Yo, get your tin foil hat on and be ready to question the world–and life–as we know it as we jump into various conspiracy theories to answer questions such as: “Is the moon even real?” “How can I spot which store is run by the Illuminati?” “Why did NASA really not return to the moon?”
If angered by the lack of aliens in this post, check here.


David Icke “The moon is not real” || Stanley Kubrick and the Fake Moon Landings || The reason NASA never returned to the moon || 1977 Alien Broadcast LIVE on BBC TV || Aliens Come From Hell || The Cosmonaut Cover-Up

Is the moon even real? || The Nazi Moon Base || Stanley Kubrick and the Moon Landing || The Moon is a hollow spacecraft. || The Living Moon: Uncovering a well kept secret || Earth’s Moon and Human Evolution || The Enigmas on the Moon || Did Aliens Give Us AIDS? || The Post Human World || Astronaut Edgar Mitchell: UFOs are Real


Putin & Obama are Clones! || Freemasons Revealed || JFK: The Last President to Tell the truth about Illuminati || Secrets in Plain Sight 1-23 || Television Mind Control, Black Magic, Sigil Magik || H G Wells and the Open Conspiracy

Truthism || Population “Control” || Eliminate the Useless Eaters || Inside the Bohemian Grove || Bohemian Grove Exposed! || Chemtrails || Hidden Hand Bloodlines || rense || What Is The ILLUMINATI? Are They Real? || 32 Signs The Illuminati Is Real || President Kennedy’s Brain Stolen(graphic content tw)


The US government page on conspiracy theories. || 16 Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out To Be True || lunaticoutpost || whatreallyhappened

brispeak asked:

I see you give all these people such great advice and I have this huge problem so I thought I'd ask you. In my novel there's this conspiracy theory that turns out to be true but I want it to sound as if this conspiracy theory is the most unbelievably, unrealistic thing possible in this universe. I want them to be utterly convinced that the believers in this theory are nut jobs well before they find out that it is indeed true. What's your advice?

To make a conspiracy theory you need the following ingredients

  • An event
  • Someone asking a question. Sometimes the question
  • Evidence
  • Logic
  • People willing to believe in a conspiracy theory
  • People willing not to believe a conspiracy theory

After you’ve gathered all those ingredients, you need.

  • A context

Now the recipe

  1. Choose your event .It can be an accident, the death of a public figure, a natural disaster, a war, a terrorist attack, something related to the food industry, or to the health system, an abandoned place, a moment in history, even dates can be a conspiracy theory.
  2. Show information related to your event. The what and how the information is presented is crucial for the next step. (X person died and X person was killed are not the same, just like We are eating human meat! and X industry is putting human meat in our food)
  3. Now the question. First, who’s asking the question (it’s not the same a respectable figure than the guy who’s always seeing conspiracy theories). Second, what kind of question the conspiracy theory wants to answer, you already have what or who (your event), you can use: how, why, who else is related, who gave the order, how they kept it hidden, who’s helping, when did it start, and the most important, why they haven’t told us everything about the event.
  4. On this step you have to provide evidence to support the answers to your questions. You can get evidence from everywhere and any kind of evidence can help you.
  5. Let your event and your questions rest for a few minutes and work on the evidence and information. For this you will need logic. Any logic that to your eyes makes sense will work. A leads to B; B leads to C, ergo A leads to C. Water contains iron, therefore any kind of beberage contains iron. Remember it has to make sense to some people.
  6. Don’t forget the context. A conspiracy theory about war in peacefull times is not the same than a war conspiracy theory during war times.
  7. Mix everything and make public your conspiracy theory. If it gets viral, even better. Some people will believe it, some other people won’t. But that’s the idea.
  8. Congratulations! You have a conspiracy theory to feed the hungry.

Things to keep in mind:

Many conspiracy theories are about things civilian population can’t prove true or false. How are we suppose to know our world leaders are humans and not reptilians? How can we know the meat we eat comes from cows and not from horses? How can we know, for sure, if the moon landing was real and not fake? How can we know Homer actually existed?

Some conspiracy theories have more than one event. Tesla made a machine to create earthquakes, X government stole that machine, they have kept said machine in an abandoned area or a military area and they used that machine to create the earthquake that stroke Indonesia in 2004 to warn the reptilians about a conspiracy theory related to them (I just made that up).

Some people live under the motto, everything is a conspiracy theory until proven true. The reason why they believe in conspiracy theories is one of questions you have to answer in your novel. Why they choose to believe in certain conspiracy theories while others are left behind? And how are they trying to warn the rest of the population about the event? Do they yell on the streets? Do they protest? Do they send chain emails? Do they test certain food or vaccine?

Who are the people who believe in conspiracy theories? Do they dress in a certain way? Do they carry something with them, like Homer wasn’t real? Have they modified some part of their bodies to be noticed? What are their resources? If you want people to see them nuts, show them doing  unusual things to prove their theory, show mass media mocking them for believing in a different version of a story or history. How the government reacts towards them, the police, the army, the church?

Some others questions, how  will be your conspiracy theory proven true? Do its believers have everything they need in order to prove it true or someone or something (like an institution or an organization) is helping them?

Here are some links that can help you to get a better idea:

A brief history of conspiracy theories

A theory of conspiracy theories

How conspiracy theories work

The normal life of crazy conspiracy theories

Why people believe conspiracy theories

The worlds top 15 conspiracy theories of all time

18 “Conspiracy theories” that were proven true

25 Conspiracy theories that turned out to be true

Good luck with your conspiracy theory (:


130,000 pages of government documents about UFOs just hit the web 

Among the cases featured on the site are the Exeter incident, the Kenneth Arnold sighting and the Mantell crash, all of which occupy highly publicized spaces in the world of UFO enthusiasts. The collection also includes many less-talked about incidents, like a 1956 sighting in San Bernardino, California, and 1950 sighting in New York City.

the reasons i believe kaisoo is real is how they keep doing their thing (touching, being close w/ each other, etc) and rub it on our face. usually, if you are being paired/shipped with someone you don’t like, you’ll be uncomfortable, even a male (ex-)idol from older generation time had said that he didnt like the idea being shipped with other member when his group was still active (he even “ugh”-ing when he mentioned this. and honestly it was more like crack-ship tbh, the fans just shipped them both out of nowhere i think, not hardcore), but not kaisoo, they seem just fine and chill with each other. no awkward “me no likey you, no homo bro” feelings ever linger on them, not a bit.

it’s obvious that they know about all these kaisoo ordeals going on internet; they’re often seeing playing w/ their gadgets (smartphones/ tablets) especially in airport, they had seen some kaisoo banners in concerts (like in mexico) and fanmeets (in china). 

but they often doing this “gay things” when fanservice isnt required, like all the members just chilin and answering the damn questions but they are busy flirting, eyefucking and releasing sexual tension. and when they’re on stage they do things like glancing then biting lips (soo), turning head like an owl to see his other half on the other side of stage (jongin), make sure the other is close (ksoo koala-ing jongin and jongin following soo like a puppy), or those ‘lemme appreciate how pretty your lips are’ moments . those shit aint fanservice because it’s so goddamn subtle to be one, u need at least to be a casual shipper to notice those shit. doing fake kiss or hugging them out of nowhere, that’s fanservice. 

and dont tell me SM trying to sell kaisoo gheiness for money, cuz i aint buying it, first: commonly the company would “sell” their idols w/ “ideal boyfriend/girlfriend material” image. why? it sells more, many horny teenagers prefer oppa is my boyfriend > oppa is another oppa’s boyfriend, second SM doesnt even promote kaisoo in the first place, SM original ship is baeksoo (or the rumor said) and SM pushes taekai more to public, if SM does ship kaisoo, then why the fuck kaisoo wasn’t paired in ‘playboy’ dance? SM is a big company and i guarantee you they know about spazzing and glorifying kaisoo ritual on internet, it should be a gold mine to be exploited (hell kaisoo shippers are so thirsty even the whole pacific ocean couldnt sate them, lots of cash surely would be thrown just for buying kaisoo merch, i guarantee you, even kaisoo shippers had managed to buy a star so they could name it kaisoo good fucking god how rich this fandom is), but SM doesnt do it (they just sometimes pair these two, but it’s so rare, rare as raichu card), as if something would happen if they did, something that would got out of hands.

also ksoo had (or still has?) gay rumors and ofc he blatantly denied them so hard, it makes him become even more suspicious. like, just chill dude, the radio host just asked what kind of men that considered good (i think thats the question, i dont really remember) and he answered “i don’t know i’m not into men” like whatthefuck, even suho answered the question “a man that do this and that is considered a good man”. no need to go panic mode immediately.   so why ksoo doesnt stay the fuck out from jongin cuz them being together screams gay so hard. those rumors should’ve alerted him, buutttt noooo, they keep being joined at the hip. (and he continues to koala-ing at jonginnie)

also, again, there’s this video/gifset about chanyeol said jongin didnt like ksoo, bc ksoo didnt want to look at him when they talked. ksoo claimed his astigmatism caused this. mother-fucking-puh-lease. until this day ksoo still has astigmatism and u know what he does? he stares the fuck out of people/object (mostly MC and monitor screen), but why not with jongin then? if his astigmatism caused him not to look at people then why only jongin? why other members dont complain about this? honestly? plus isnt astigmatism causes your vision to be blurred? fucking blurred. he was supposed to not being able to see jongin clearly bc astig-fucking-matism causing his vision to be blurred. why he chose not to look at jongin instead? hmm? there’s this video saying he had a crush on a friend (mind you, he didnt mention it was a girl, the host did) when he was on his 3rd year of highschool. exo debuted 2012, ksoo joined SM 2010 (he was on his 2nd year of highschool, according to wikipedia, i know wikipedia full of fuckery sometimes but i think this is correct), so it means when he was on 3rd year, it was already 2011 and exo is already formed by that time, meaning the members already being introduced to each other. i bet they were busy preparing their debut and shit, meaning they met a LOT. sure lots of ppl said “woa who’s the lucky girl?” and many would rebut me and my petty delulu argument by saying “ksoo mentioned the “friend” he crushed on was from different class, the crush was from the same school !” or “theres this photo of him with the girl”, mm-hmm, but let me remind you the host mentioned the class thingy first (she asked “is the friend from the same class?” ksoo said “no, from different class”–he could imply something else, maybe class as it means school–different school that certain someone went to) and for the photo, well the photos of him with certain someone (alone, just both of them) appear to be more intimate than he with the girl (and other students). just connect the dots, darling.

i’m sorry i know as you read this you prob think that this girl is so delulu even the lord and savior cant save her anymore, this thing was supposed to be short but god forbade me and told me to preach the truth (well, not really), 

jokes aside, this is just my kaisoo theory, bc what kaisoo shippers do when there’s no new post on kaisoo tag? they either do fanfic (write/read), fanarts or sputtering nonsense on their blog like kaisoo trash they are /sobs and wailing how do i get off from this ship? HOW?? should i just jump in the ocean of feels?/

btw sorry for grammar mistakes and etc hope my post does make sense, i’ve been thinking about this a lot lately and it bugged me to keep it inside the jar, so i decided to spill the drink here 

i’m sorry again /bow 90°/

and dont attack me /hides under blanket/

“The President is a lizard!” is funny. Other conspiracy theories? Not so much.

5 Ways Every Conspiracy Theory Makes the World Worse

#4. People Are Dying

So when 99 percent of scientists agree that, for example, the benefits of vaccines far outweigh the risks, it becomes boring background noise. But when, in 1998, medical journal The Lancet published a single solitary study that showed a possible link between the MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccine and autism, it created a worldwide panic that’s still raging 16 years later. … So, as a result of parents not vaccinating children against diseases, we’re seeing increased numbers of diseases such as whooping cough and measles. In 2012, the U.S. suffered its worst outbreak of whooping cough in 70 years; in Washington state, there were over 2,520 cases of the disease, a 1,300 percent increase over the previous year, all because the state has the highest rates of parents refusing vaccination.

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Last year I worked on decorations for a halloween party, along with Rebecca and Maritsa and Nestor and Lela. It was conspiracy-theory themed; tin-foil hats and kool-aid and a youtube playlist and a huge floating eye and relevant documents intricately connected on every wall of the apartment. I did art for the invitations and a series of little ‘dossiers’ that could be taken from envelopes on the walls. Most of these pictures are probably by Kris? If anybody else took some of them I’m sorry if I forgot!!!

anyway happy halloween

Several Wal-Mart stores abruptly closing for months, all citing ‘plumbing issues’

Alright ladies and gentlemen, give us your best conspiracy theories! Several Walmart stores recently announced, very abruptly, that they would be closing their doors for 6 months due to “plumbing issues” effective immediately. But something doesn’t add up. What are the chances that 6 stores would have plumbing issues all at once? And if it is true, why would they need to completely close? And why is it going to take 6 months to complete when they can build an entire store in less time? And why so abruptly? The store employees didn’t even know it was happening:

The shutdown blindsided about 400 Brandon Walmart workers who must now find another store to transfer to or receive 60-days pay for the loss of their jobs.

Furthermore, according to at least one report, despite Walmart’s claims, there have been no permits issued or construction work of any kind being done:

[We have] found no paperwork and no work done on the plumbing. According to Hillsborough County, Walmart didn’t notify the county’s permit department either. No one there has heard a peep from Walmart about any major repairs.

Here is a partial list of effected stores:

Midland, TX

Brandon, FL

Tulsa, OK

Livingston, TX

Pico Rivera, CA

Maybe it’s nothing.  Maybe it’s something. Either way, it’s interesting and kind of strange.


Denver International Airport secrets:

Apocalyptic murals, a secret underground facility, masonic symbolism, and more - for several reasons, the Denver International Airport has been the target of speculation. 

For one thing, there was a perfectly good airport closer to the city of Denver, which DIA needlessly replaced on 34,000 acres inconveniently placed way outside the city of Denver. The initial cost of DIA was to be 1.7 billion, but it ran 3.1 billion over budget costing a total of 4.8 billion to construct (and its anyone’s guess what the extra money went into). 

Lead observers and enginers as well as workers reported that different contractors were hired to build sections of the airport (including a massive underground facility) then fired after completing only pieces, so that no one company could get a big picture of the entirety of this project. No one company even completed an entire tunnel before getting laid off. Stew Webb, a federal whistle blower worked on the project, drew a diagram of some of the tunnels and buildings (parts he knew of) 75-100 feet beneath the surface, with tunnels 12 feet tall and 16 feet wide, large enough for buses to drive through, and leading to five buildings. The five massive buildings were further connected by intersecting tunnels. 

The workers were lied to, told that the underground system would be for water and sewage, yet they could see that they were not the right type of facility for water and sewer, not constructed to hold water, and having no water stops, teflon coating, or rebar. Nearby, Webb observed massive amounts of dirt hills being piled up (110 million cubic yards of earth), even though this is located in the planes where everything is flat, so they were obviously constructing more buildings and tunnels for the underground facility. Jesse Ventura did an episode of his conspiracy theory show on DIA, and while they were filming, they saw concrete tunnels waiting to be placed underground, and more massive piles of dirt being displaced.

5300 miles of fiber optics were installed for communications (USA coast to coast is 3000 miles in comparison). And the fueling system can pump 1000 gallons of jet fuel per minute. This amount is totally absurd for a commercial airport. Granite was imported from all over the world even though the project was already grossly over budget.

The words “new world” also appear in the freemason capstone, though the company that its supposedly talking about doesn’t even exist. Theres also a freemason time capsule that no ones allowed to open for decades. 

The murals in the airport which anyone can photograph, depict an apocalypse scenario, and then the remaining survivors uniting under the new world order. One of the pieces of art mentions peace and harmony with nature, much like the Georgia Guidestones which call for depopulation of earth.

The city in the background of the scorched earth apocalypse painting has been retouched and painted over many times during the years, as if it represents something important for the creators. It seems surrounded by an ill colored haze, as if it was attacked by a bio-chemical weapon. 

One of the children in the murals holds a Mayan tablet. At the bottom of this peaceful painting, we see three open-caskets containing dead girls from different cultures. Why are they laying there with the other animals?

The girl on the right holds a Bible and a yellow “Juden” star used by the Nazi to identify jews. It seems to symbolize the death of Judeo-Christian beliefs. The group at the origin of the imagery of this airport are definitively NOT Christian or Jewish. Secret societies have their own belief system. Caskets however are an important part of masonic symbolism. Tombs are also a big part of the Skull and Bones’ rituals. 

One of the murals obviously represents countries of the world giving up their military might and their national identity for “the common good”. Another reference to a New World order, with one government and one army.

The creepy horse statue outside also reeks of apocalypse symbolism: “And I looked, and behold a pale horse; and his name that sat on him was death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth”. -Revelation 6:7-8

Question 1: Does Your Cause Require an Elaborate Conspiracy Theory to Be True?

For instance, let’s say there’s a movement called #GamerGate, about irate gamers protesting the lack of ethics in gaming journalism. OK, sounds like a good, simple cause. Now, let’s say the specific ethical breach that enraged them is about a feminist indie game designer who a bunch of gamers already hated supposedly gaining control of the gaming media through her vagina – all of this based on the conjectures of a guy on YouTube who also seems to think government scientists are involved. As in, apparently there’s a secret DARPA project to brainwash gamers into, uh, being more tolerant of women. The bastards.

A 90-Second Guide to Determine if Your Internet Cause Is BS


this is that book i was talking about, the one in the new age section (which includes both what the phrase “new age” traditionally brings to mind, but also all the conspiracy theory books, ufo shit, david icke, etc). for those who might not know, the protocols of the elders of zion was a book originally published in tsarist russia that the publishers claimed was proof of a jewish plot for global domination, but which has of course been repeatedly and definitively proven to be a complete hoax. most of the rest of “behold a pale horse” seems to be about ufo coverups and so on. so, yeah, i know we all like to joke about the New World Order or whatever the fuck, but it’s important to remember where this shit comes from. and why ~ * ~ i l l u m i n a t i ~ * ~ conspiracies tend to go hand in hand with antisemitism (and often anti-catholicism as well)


The Wyoming Abduction 1974

On October 25th, 1974, Carl Higdon was elk hunting in Medicine Bow National Forest, Wyoming. He spotted an elk and fired his gun, however the bullet seemed to travel in slow motion. 

The bullet fell to the floor, some fifty feet away (pictured above). As he was recovering the bullet, he felt a strange sensation overcome his body. He then noticed a humanoid figure, over six feet tall, clad in a black jumpsuit and a wide belt. The belt was decorated with a six-pointed star and emblem of yellow. With straight hair standing out from his head, he had no eyebrows. He stood bow-legged, with long arms ending with rod-like appendages instead of hands. 

The alien spoke to Higdon, asking him if he was hungry and then proceeded to offer him some pills that ‘he’ said would keep him full for 4 days. Higdon swallowed the pills immediately. The humanoid then pointed at the hunter, and he was immediately enclosed in a transparent covering, and had a helmet on.

He then saw two more alien beings, and five elk that Higdon had been hunting earlier in the day.

The elk showed no signs of life-they appeared to be frozen in their tracks. Higdon was told that the aliens had traveled the distance of 163,000 light years, arriving in a flash. Suddenly, all of them, including Higdon were at the alien planet. The planet looked very modernistic, with buildings that Higdon said looked like the Seattle Space Needle. The planet’s sun was of great intensity, which hurt his eyes. The next thing the hunter knew, he was back in Medicine Bow Park. According to hospital records, the tuberculosis scars on his lungs were now gone. Investigation into the case brought out the fact that Higdon’s wife, along with two other people, had seen a red-green-white flashing light near the area that Higdon was hunting in.