Provides logical/rational accounts and analyses of various conspiracy theories,but many of them appear to be either incomplete or inconclusive.
Conspiracy site that likes to claim a 'rational edge.' Don't have time to read through all their material, but did find one piece that attempted to discredit the Albert Pike mid 1850s prediction for 3 World Wars to build the State of Israel. Another problem is that the site only takes the reader back to a certain point of the Conspiracy, so you never get close to figuring the whole thing out. Site also examines the Boston Marathon - wants readers to be 'rational.'
Might help to know that there's this thing called, "The Veil of ISIS." It's a 'spiritual construct' that prohibits 'the unworthy' from understanding. You're not supposed to know and it'll take some work on your part to ascend the veils of secrecy. One has to want the Truth more than anything else, imho. This site won't get you through that veil and might push you away.
Now, it's nice to see information that questions the questions, but the author of the 'Pike' piece considered his work to be a 'debunking' of the Pike story. Really bad man. Did a great job laying out information, but then extrapolated way too far and ignored the significance of other info. That's not a truth seeker, but someone with an agenda. Never make conclusions!!! We don't know the truth!!! We can only hope to be Zedekian by laying out the information. My guess is that only God can sort it all out for you, like stated already.
I give 4 stars, despite my objection to the way the Pike article was constructed since the site also questions whether Islamic Sleeper Cells are constructs of Western Intelligence, or Zionist Intelligence. Very sad state of affairs for those of us who support Israel, but not Jesuit Zionism. Incidentally, both the Pike letter and the Protocols of Zion were likely Sabbatean-Frankist documents or ideas that were managed by an even higher force, which could be the Black Nobility, the Catholic Church or a combo. A Jesuit said a Jesuit wrote, 'Mein Kampf.'
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