The Conspiracy Conspiracy

I don’t believe we are alone in the universe; it isn’t reasonable to think in all those millions of galaxies some form of life doesn’t exist. The belief our world is only 6000 years old strikes me as pure lunacy; a sentient being did not create the world in less than a week. The 140 million mile wide black hole at the centre of the milky way galaxy is not the stairway to heaven. Cuttlefish can instantly change; not only the colour, but texture of their skin because evolution is a weird and wonderful thing. Not for one second do I think our historical timeline is accurate; history , civilization lost, whatever you want to call it, existed thousands of years before textbook history class. Governments keep us on a “need to know” basis, and money makes the world go round.

This makes me a conspiracy theorist; a person dismissed as “out there”, someone who dines on ancient aliens and buys into any hair brained argument that comes along. It isn’t about religion, science or politics; the tables have turned, I’ve been branded – open my mouth about Gobekli Tepe. Puma Punku, even solar flares and eyes start to roll. The other night I caught about 5 minutes of a TV show called Conspiracy Theory with Jessie Ventura; the subject was time travel. Jessie and his “team” were getting to the bottom of secret time travel conducted by the U.S. government, a whistle-blower claimed time travellers visited American presidents before they were elected, informing them of their destiny. I’m not able to say the how or why because something dawned on me while scrambling to change channels.

The conspiracy conspiracy seemed the only plausible explanation. Take ex pro wrestler, turned former Governor of Minnesota, Jessie Ventura; throw in Oliver Stone’s son as one of his “investigators”, turn them loose on scripted nonsense, pretty soon the mere mention of something unexplained smacks of crazy. Pure and evil genius.

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8 thoughts on “The Conspiracy Conspiracy

  1. It’s good for a giggle. I caught one episode where a lady claimed all of America’s best fresh water was being (secretly, of course) taken to China (of course), in giant bladders.

  2. I haven’t seen this show, but the problem with the conspiracy theories is that, if you deny a conspiracy, it is because you are part of the conspiracy and therefore it must exist…

  3. I knew Jesse the Body Ventura existed in real life as a wrestler, but finding that this former governor of Minnesota is turning into this… He has lost all credibilty.

    Can some aliens abduct him please!

  4. This is the second time I read this.
    It’s even better the second time.
    Just love it…

    We are not alone Notes.

    Keep these posts coming!

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