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Conspiracy Theories and the Spiritual Realm

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I am once again about to step into the realm of speculation and the most extreme conspiracy theories, as I am wont to do. Today I wish to delve into one of my favorite conspiracy theories, the one that states that those in charge of running the world, the ones I like to call the establishment elite, have to tell us what they're going to do to us before they can do it to us. This is an interesting theory that makes the claim that in the spiritual realm if one tells someone else what they're going to do before they do it and that person doesn't object, it makes it okay to do whatever they want without having to be accountable for it in some kind of cosmic law.


This actually sounds quite free market, libertarian in certain aspects. It's kind of a sort of extra dimensional version of the man who wants to be eaten getting together with the man who wants to eat him, a situation that arose in Germany not so long ago. Both men obviously needed psychological help, but if they were just exercising their free will who are we to interfere? Oh man, I don't believe I went there, but then I am exploring the world of the extreme right now. The point is that on a spiritual level these people seem to believe that they have the right to do cruel, unjust, despicable things to whole populations if they simply tell us their plans and no one (or not enough people) objects. This is at least my understanding.

The problem for the elite is that they plan on doing some truly awful things. Going down the proverbial rabbit hole, we find they want to kill most of us and enslave the rest of us. They plan to accomplish this through several means, including genetically engineering food, using heavy metals and adjuvants as preservatives in vaccines, spraying from military airplanes, using public schools to dumb down the children, controlling the economy by controlling currency production, setting up an American police state which will be the center of an authoritarian, collectivist, corporate owned world empire complete with concentration camps, work camps and re-education camps, etc. In other words they plan on using conquest, war, famine and death to usher in their new world order. So, how can they tell us all this is the plan they have for us and not have anyone object?

The answer to this is that they do so through the entertainment industries such as the movies. The entertainment you pay $10 to watch on a Friday or Saturday night is not really entertainment at all, it's the elite telling you their plans for you. They talk of Satanism, matrixes, amazing futuristic technology, dysfunctional utopian societies and even alien invasions and audiences across the land applaud enthusiastically as they watch such things. The elite take this as approval for their plan. Ah, but more than this, some of the pop stars that we watch on youtube, including many of the rock stars that I grew up with, are also part of this plot. Whether they know this or not is questionable, but their music drops hints of what's to come or what the conspiracy is all about. It's pervasive throughout the industry and sprinkled in with meaningless entertainment.

Now, I'm not saying that I believe or disbelieve this particular conspiracy theory, but I will say this. I do not approve of their plans. In fact, I vehemently disapprove of their plans. And you don't need the movies to tell you such conspiracies exist, you just need to listen to what some of these elitists are saying or look at what they've written. The fact of the matter is that such plans are evil, no matter how good their intentions may be, or even if they may feel they are trying to save the world. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that out. Those that perpetrate such madness know what they're doing is wrong, and that's why they try to hide it. They might pretend that they're following some supreme spiritual law to cleanse their souls of responsibility, but deep down they know their malice and cruelty knows no bounds. The ends do not justify the means, and much of the time the ends wished for aren't ever realized because the means used were so cruel and unjust.

To clarify, I consider evil as the attempt to subvert free will and limit choice by force, threats, deception or coercion. Free will is a gift of nature given to all human beings and to try to control it in others for personal gain is tantamount to enslavement. There are, of course, differences in degrees, but fraud is fraud, no matter how you try to hide it. Deception is deception. Showing something in a movie, or through a rock star, or in a book, or through any kind of popular entertainment is not equivalent to telling the masses of your plans and does not exonerate you of accountability in this realm or the next. If someone believes something is pure entertainment, they certainly are not consenting to some sick fantasy of some Lucifer worshipping elitist. If this conspiracy theory isn't true, then I think whoever originally propagated it did so to obfuscate and confuse, if it is true than those who are a part of it have some definite psychological problems.

While it might be interesting and even amusing to consider conspiracy theories such as the one described, what is often lost in the debate is the potential for evil and damage to be done. Whether or not certain conspiracy theories are true, the allegations brought about should not be dismissed off hand. The former president Bush once stated that we should never tolerate outrageous conspiracy theories, but to me that smacks of bunk. That sounds like something the guilty would endorse in order to hide the truth rather than discover it.

Nothing should be discounted simply because it seems unlikely or sounds crazy. In history and in nature, it is likely that crazier things have already happened. Indeed, investigation should be welcomed with open arms into such matters, especially if they come from independent sources with more to lose than to gain. It seems to me that it is those who off handedly debunk or simply take the word of those in "authority" who have closed their minds and should be mistrusted. Those who have taken the time to dig and uncover hidden links and facts should be given due consideration. When eyes are opened, they may be surprised at what they see.

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