The early 90’s is about the time I got into conspiracies. It may have started with the movie JFK and
The Big Book of Conspiracies but it branched into other books and people very quickly. I read
Dope inc a book written by the EIR which is basically part of the Larouche Movement. The book
said that the Queen of England is the head of a worldwide drug dealing organization. It sounds
silly at first until you read your history pertaining to the British and the opium trade in China
then you realize that it may be farfetched but not that farfetched. Behind every great fortune is
a great crime. I also read The Ugly Truth about the ADL. It was kind of lop sided but interesting.
I even bought their paper for a while but eventually they pissed me off with the constant
begging for donations so I stopped . Stacie informed me that my name would be on a
list of political malcontents. My reaction was that of glee at the thought.
I was going down the rabbit hole as far as I could without acting and looking like a kook. Ralph
Epperson who wrote The Unseen Hand did a video series called the Secrets of History in which he
laid out how things really happened as opposed to what history books and governments informed
you of. The video were good but every time he mentioned how the bad guys were secular humanist
and you needed to trust in god and the bible really put a bad taste in my mouth. I was Agnostic
at the time and these tapes were having the opposite effect. It seemed to me that religion was
keeping mankind stupid and unevolved much more then science or a man who thought all of
mankind was his brother and sister regardless of how he worshipped or who she screwed. The
people on top may be pagans or satanists or see science as a new religion but I don’t
think the average atheist or humanist was.
Crossfire by Jim Marrs was great . Wilson Bryan Key wrote a few books on how he believed
subliminal messages were pervasive in advertising sending us images of sex and death in
a wide variety of ads from salad dressing to whiskeys ads in men magazines. Throw that
in with Phillip K Dick and Robert Anton Wilson and you have a guy that has the tendency
to over analyze stuff. Like almost everything in my life I absorb all the information
related to conspiracies and I pick and choose what makes logical sense to me. Was
there a conspiracy involved in the killing of JFK? I would say yes because Oswald
could not have done the shooting. Does the moon have cities full of scientist and powerful
people (alternative 3.) Who gives a fuck?
They most important thing I have gotten from conspiracies is that it’s very important to
read between the lines and gather as many facts as you can before you make up your mind
about an event,a group, or a person. I plan on instilling those freethinking ideas in