The Prodigal Witch Part XVII: More Illuminati Defectors

So far in this series, we have seen two people who claimed they were born into the Illuminati (John Todd, Doc Marquis), two women who claimed they were enslaved by the Illuminati (Cisco Wheeler, Arizona Wilder), one guy who says he joined the Illuminati of his own free will (BIll Schnoebelen), and another guy who... Continue Reading →

The Prodigal Witch Part XVI: Illuminati Slaves (Part II)

Arizona Wilder For a few years, an American woman known as Arizona Wilder straddled the wavy line between Satanic/Illuminati high priestess and Satanic ritual abuse survivor, giving the impression that if Josef Mengele had not screwed with her head, she would never have presided over hideous blood rituals for the lizard people who govern our... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

I have to ask: Has anyone noticed the effects of those teeny-tiny microchips that were supposedly injected into your bloodstream along with the H1N1 vaccine? Do you have the uncontrollable urge to, I dunno, vote Republican or watch Dancing With the Stars or anything like that? God doesn't give a crap about your health, but... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

- If you think the profoundly paranoid ravings of Henry Makow are bizarre, you really must check out his movie reviews. They take "WTF" to a whole new level. Makow believes the heroine of the film An Education is the headmistress played by Emma Thompson, an old-school Jew-hater who icily commands one of her pupils... Continue Reading →

Hoaxes From Space: The Montauk Project

Continued from The Philadelphia Experiment Part II: Along Came BielekMeet Me in MontaukWhen Al Bielek was recruited into the Montauk Project (then called the Phoenix Project) in the '50s, it had just been transferred from the Navy to the Air Force and divided into two separate, but loosely connected, programs: Electromagnetic mind control experiments, and... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

From the program schedule of a conspiracy-themed radio show: "Myrna & Sondra Marshak created The Phonics Game; Junior Phonics & The Comprehension Game their latest Phonicsopoly, is a board game for all ages, if you think your kids are doing good in school and can read and understand, your kidding yourself. One out of two... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

There are lots of good reasons to object to "ghostbusting". It's often practiced by self-proclaimed experts with ulterior motives, and it's a complete waste of time and money and effort. But is it dangerous? The folks behind the Dangers of The Paranormal Project think so. They point out that marketing ghostbusting TV shows, outings, and... Continue Reading →

The Hazards of Magical Thinking

I've talked about the perils of paranoia, and now it's time to examine the problem of magical thinking - irrational causal reasoning. Like paranoia, magical thinking appears to be on the rise these days. And magical thinking can be dangerous. The Xhosa and Thembu tribes of South Africa nearly starved themselves into oblivion because some... Continue Reading →

The World of Dr. Deagle

Dr. William Deagle is a physician, a prophet, a government insider/whistleblower, and one of the two witnesses described in the Book of Revelation. He knows what really happened at Columbine, the World Trade Center, and Oklahoma City. He could be the ruler of the world, but he has chosen to enlighten the masses instead. Thanks... Continue Reading →

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