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posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 05:56 AM
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I remember the times when my friends called me with joking names, when I was sharing what interesting topics I've read about in conspiracy books, or occult papers. This was maybe twenty years ago. At the TV the mainstream was also joking every time with similar ideas. That counts for my area - eastern EU at the time. Yet around 2000-2005, things started rapidly to change. American shows like "to outer limit" "x-files" and other supernatural propaganda became something accepted by mainstream media. Even it was on TV in prime time. I was not realizing this sudden change back then, but as I look back now, it was too quick, too determined to be on chance. And yes - an answer came to me, at the time the owners of most biggest TV channels got changed. Rupert Murdoch bought most of them with his octopus companies. That explains why we got this sudden input change. But today I got really laughing with the news on my windows phone. The beta AI there(Cortana) asks you when firstly activated, what news you like. I chose history and science topics. So the AI daily suggest me some news from the field. Yet today the first suggestion was This. I am asking myself when it happened that conspiracies, so much controversial, unproved, speculative became a topics of science news sites. Even the god da#n windows phone suggests to read them. Isn't this supposed to be a thing for which a friend would call you with funny names, like the numerous times in the past I had. Isn't this something that should be looked with suspicious eye, by at least the science news sites. When conspiracies, especially the modern ones became so viral that ANYONE whit science interests can see them on the front page on his phone feed? What's next... Cortana introducing me the flat earth theory? Or MSN with collaboration of History channel does a Mandela Effect show, based on connection between CERN and Stichin's Annunaki? Every second time I go visit my parents, there is some ETs show at the TV, and nevermind people watch it mostly for the fun, it becomes so much regular, that it is at the border with danger. What about the next generation!? Who is gonna be there for them to explain them the difference between a real conspiracy and the helium filed mumbo jumbo going viral. Who would tell them that both fascism and socialism were money scam, who would tell them how eight snipers were needed to execute JFK. Who would put on their table valuable read, like Solaris, instead of that Star Trek brainwash. Who would explain them the laws of nature. Who would distinguish for them the real occult knowledge from the various mystic cults, sects, new-age brainlesness called esotericism and modern magic of computer games, fully swallowed by flimsy figures sending fireballs from their palms. Who would be the shaman of this new age? The gray alien, or the mantis one? For sure it won't be the rightful one - reason.




posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 06:02 AM
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a reply to: Argentbenign

FTFY

"I remember the times when my friends called me with joking names, when I was sharing what interesting topics I've read about in conspiracy books, or occult papers. This was maybe twenty years ago.
At the TV the mainstream was also joking every time with similar ideas. That counts for my area - eastern EU at the time.

Yet around 2000-2005, things started rapidly to change. American shows like "to outer limit" "x-files" and other supernatural propaganda became something accepted by mainstream media.
Even it was on TV in prime time. I was not realizing this sudden change back then, but as I look back now, it was too quick, too determined to be on chance. And yes - an answer came to me, at the time the owners of most biggest TV channels got changed.
Rupert Murdoch bought most of them with his octopus companies. That explains why we got this sudden input change.
But today I got really laughing with the news on my windows phone. The beta AI there(Cortana) asks you when firstly activated, what news you like. I chose history and science topics.
So the AI daily suggest me some news from the field.
Yet today the first suggestion was This. I am asking myself when it happened that conspiracies, so much controversial, unproved, speculative became a topics of science news sites. Even the god da#n windows phone suggests to read them. Isn't this supposed to be a thing for which a friend would call you with funny names, like the numerous times in the past I had.

Isn't this something that should be looked with suspicious eye, by at least the science news sites. When conspiracies, especially the modern ones became so viral that ANYONE whit science interests can see them on the front page on his phone feed?
What's next... Cortana introducing me the flat earth theory? Or MSN with collaboration of History channel does a Mandela Effect show, based on connection between CERN and Stichin's Annunaki?

Every second time I go visit my parents, there is some ETs show at the TV, and nevermind people watch it mostly for the fun, it becomes so much regular, that it is at the border with danger.
What about the next generation!? Who is gonna be there for them to explain them the difference between a real conspiracy and the helium filed mumbo jumbo going viral.

Who would tell them that both fascism and socialism were money scam, who would tell them how eight snipers were needed to execute JFK. Who would put on their table valuable read, like Solaris, instead of that Star Trek brainwash. Who would explain them the laws of nature. Who would distinguish for them the real occult knowledge from the various mystic cults, sects, new-age brainlesness called esotericism and modern magic of computer games, fully swallowed by flimsy figures sending fireballs from their palms. Who would be the shaman of this new age? The gray alien, or the mantis one? For sure it won't be the rightful one - reason.
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posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 06:04 AM
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Governments are Compartmentalized.

UFO information is associated with 'upper Government' that succeeds Presidents. To the point of literal secondary Governments.

For all we know, Hollywood itself could be a Government above our own.



posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 06:11 AM
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Strong paragraph.



posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 07:03 AM
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a reply to: Argentbenign

Still, a lot of people are too comfy with their sports and reality TV to care. Willful ignorance.

I'm glad more seem to be waking up though



posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 07:14 AM
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originally posted by: imjack
Governments are Compartmentalized.

UFO information is associated with 'upper Government' that succeeds Presidents. To the point of literal secondary Governments.

For all we know, Hollywood itself could be a Government above our own.


It's all about where the stovepipe leads brother. If we all knew the truth we might all quit our jobs and have a lot of sex.



posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 07:35 AM
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a reply to: Argentbenign

Holy wall of text. I did click on the link though. The amount of times the ISS feed cuts off right after something comes into view is becoming more difficult to explain.
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posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 07:36 AM
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The growing concept that there definitely are ETs out there somewhere, if not here, is not an idle topic that must remain on old Twilight Zone shows. The possibilities of our sharing the galaxy with other sentiment beings becomes more real every single day. As the EU became reality you don't take it as an astounding event today. In fact, you can look back on it and trace its very existence from a number of provoking, formerly astounding, causes.

So to, you need to understand that the galaxy is full of strange possibilities and to hold on to old opinions by denying basic elements of exist by saying "This stuff is foolish," is denying your own abilities to think beyond consensus reality. Of course, you are not along in wearing such views, but they are hardly fitting for ATS members except those that decry change from what "used to be."



posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 07:41 AM
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a reply to: Aliensun

Well of course they have been here. They visited ancient civilizations. Why they don't visit us now, at least overtly, could have a lot of answers.



posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 08:02 AM
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The most obsurd ones are purposely pushed out there to not only discredit the legit ones but also to discredit the people who believe in them. How many times has Trump been associated with "Conspiracy theories" this election?

Now crazy trump and crazy conspiracy theories and crazy right wing terrorism are basically synonymous.

Why else would Flat earth even be a thing right now? Who in the conspiracy world even blinks at that?

All just to show how mentally unhinged we are.


a reply to: Argentbenign



posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 08:22 AM
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a reply to: Argentbenign

Please!? Use paragraphs... Many just won't read walls of text. Thank you



posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 09:33 AM
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a reply to: Argentbenign

True. These topics are so popular these days my 11 year old daughter gave me a lecture about The Mandela Effect the other day. No joke.

She didn't understand most of what she was talking about, but these things have all become talking points.....even to 7th graders



posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 09:37 AM
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We have evolved beyond 'conspiracy', this is our 'News':


Seeing as a method of delivering information has become reincarnated conspiracy sensationalism,

Who needs "Conspiracies on the internet"?

Get to 6 minutes without vomiting, I'll be proud of your densification.
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posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 10:20 AM
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originally posted by: reldra
a reply to: Aliensun

Well of course they have been here. They visited ancient civilizations. Why they don't visit us now, at least overtly, could have a lot of answers.


As wise intellect, they are done with school. They gave us our presence, first, then basic science to start us on the right path, then basic religions to provide a moral compass and time to get it all right. We failed. The clear sign of that is several places around the world threaten to nuke the rest.

So we now are in local quarantine and have been dictated to by the ETs as to what we must do to rescue ourselves. That plan is evidenced by the NWO, Political Correctness and the dissolution of about every wrong aspect we live by. Basically, a big, animalistic brain, no matter how intelligent it thinks it is, is still is not necessarily automatically endowed with wisdom.



posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 10:54 AM
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originally posted by: mysterioustranger
a reply to: Argentbenign

Please!? Use paragraphs... Many just won't read walls of text. Thank you
My apologies, mobile ATS posting is tough. I will spend ten extra minutes next time, thou. Advice welcome!
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posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 12:44 PM
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a reply to: AgarthaSeed

This is a very important shift in consciousness. We don't need to get into the possible esoteric aspects.

The cultural narrative is rapidly changing.



posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 05:09 PM
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a reply to: Argentbenign

No. NO! I feel like an old Frankenstein movie "CONTENT GOOD! SPACEBAR-BAD!"..eh...its just helps...one stroke every dozen or few words helps!

When we got something good to read...the eyes go after 'bout a hundred or so! Am following this thread. Good one!
Peace!

MS



posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 07:22 PM
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a reply to: mysterioustranger My wife calls me a monster, because I eat everything. Maybe I was hungry again, and only that spacebar was nearby. 👾 It was not always like this. I feel different since few years.., after I was bitten by evil zombies!



posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 09:22 PM
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Other than the cultural changes, there is a larger aspect to the op.

He's talking about targeted-advertising. We are all living in our own little internet bubble.
So: say you were shopping on Kijijijiji, for a used sewing machine. Then later, or the next day, you're on ATS, and the advertisement in the page margin is now showing used sewing machines, from Kijijijiji.

Nope: it's not an amazing coincidence. It's the slimy underbelly of capitalism, exposing itself again.
You are a consumer, and also a product. Your interests and online activities, are being watched, and logged, and sold.
So not everyone gets suggestions of conspiracy materials, just conspiracy nuts like us!



posted on Oct, 4 2016 @ 03:47 AM
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originally posted by: Nothin
So not everyone gets suggestions of conspiracy materials, just conspiracy nuts like us!

You have a point. I also came to this opportunity of the occasion, yet I can't figure it out for myself, how this beta AI got the idea to do so. I need to observe it more, to understand to what extension it is monitoring my browsing and suggesting accordingly. I have also to say that actually this was the reason I activated the service, I wanted to see how far it can go. Yet, at this moment the as adverted article was possibly random, in my opinion. But yes it did sound the "alarm" in my head "what-the-heck", summoning the same ideas you just share with us. I will continue observing Cortana and her fish-hooks.
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