Daily Archives: October 24, 2016

Fakeologist – John le Bon

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Pretty good run down of my site. Surprising that Google didn’t let me know about this page. 

 multimedia blog-based website dedicated to discussing media fakery, which has attracted a small community of contributors who take part in the discussion via the comments sections of the posts, an ‘audiochat’ livestream feature, a forum, and a ‘chatango’ sidebar. On average about one or two new posts are published each day, which generally focus on a particular recent media story, or promote a new podcast/YouTube video by a third party.

www.johnlebon.com/resources/fa…

H/t QuestionOurReality 

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Crrow on 9/11

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Crrow dwells mainly on occult and numerology, with very little on controlled media and vicsims, the two central points to the 9/11 hoax. 

911 The Greatest Show on Earth This episode covers both the occult, Luciferian, Crowleyesque ideas behind 911 (1st hour) and the standard numerical encoding of 911 using gematria and numerology (2nd hour & 1/2). I also cover a bit about the astronomy and astrology connected with the greatest show on Earth which was, in fact, a mega magic ritual. The time to stop being a gullible human is past and this episode proves that. 

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Too Many People? On the Viability of Conspiratorial Beliefs

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Enjoyable piece on this tired excuse against conspiracies. 

I doubt the numbers in involved in the Manhattan project, especially since they were building a myth, not a bomb. 

We’ve all heard it: “That can’t possibly be true—too many people would have to be involved. Somebody would have spilled the beans by now.” In fact, that is usually the first reaction I hear from people I’ve tried to enlighten about topics such as 9/11. It’s almost like a knee-jerk reflex, and it’s apparently enough to stop them from even considering any conspiracy theory further.

pieceofmindful.com/2016/10/24/…oo-many-people-on-the-viability-of-conspiratorial-beliefs

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