Hi, my real first name is Joey an I am a 27 year old man. I have had an interest in conspiracies ranging from Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA), UFO's (of
which I have had one close encounter of the 1st kind) and their origin and intent (and their actual occupants), the paranormal, Mind Control and
Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)/Multiple Personality Disorder(MPD) and its origins and potential uses (particularly for sinister purposes going
along with SRA), the New World Order Concept and how I see the Dots connecting towards this NWO referred to as the "Totalitarian Tiptoe" by a
favored writer of mine, David Icke (although, I believe his work contains a lot of disinformation and speculation. There is also a great deal of food
for thought - I subscribe to a reasonable amount of his theories - and particularly information from his older books which were much better sourced.
His knowledge of ancient and modern history in particular, as that information is generally verifiable and much of it is accepted, but suppressed, by
mainstream historians is what interests me most about his books and speaking). History is a great passion of mine, and my Major of studies in school
and minoring in Writing so I can write about two of my passions; history, revisionist history, and "conspiracy theory/scifi-fiction", my name for
the fiction genre.
While I do subscribe to a fair amount of what people deem "conspiracy theories" - I consider being called a "conspiracy theorist" insulting due to
its perception in popular culture. I am educated and open-minded and thoroughly enjoy researching both sides to any theory; not some
easily-suggestible tin-foil hat-wearing, gun-toting (Though, I do strongly support the 2nd amendment), paranoid believer in everything I read as
Gospel (Gospel being used as an example as I don't believe in much of The Bible factually, although I do believe it is riddled with esoteric phrases
and verses that are allegorical and are meant for the "initiated" to truly understand in what we deem "Secret Societies or Cults"). So, instead of
"conspiracy theorist", I prefer the term "revistionist historian" and the theories I subscribe to as "revisitionist history theories", although
the word "conspiracy" to me is quite valid as it simply means "2 or more individuals engaging in an endeavor not meant to be disseminated outside
that circle" (as I refer to an understand the word, although I'm sure there are other meanings); therefore I heavily believe there are numerous
(malevolent) conspiracies afoot nationally and globally. I further have interest in the esoteric, hidden knowledge which many "secret societies"
possess and the meanings behind them, as well as the meaning and power of symbols and how symbols are akin to 'glyphs' and are often pictorial hints
or messages in themselves subliminally (until one "sees'' through the hidden nature. In my case, I see symbols and their meanings EVERYWHERE once I
learn the intention of the symbols meaning). Eastern philosophy and religions also interest me as they speak of "Gods" in many of their holy texts,
which technology that one can imagine when reading akin to UFO's. In Hinduism, particularly in the Bhagahavad Ghita, it tells stories of "wars
between the gods in the sky" using advanced technology, as described in the vernacular and understanding of the scribe of the time. Beyond that, I am
an avid reader as well as writer. I love to write non-fiction, but especially fiction, particularly what I term "conspiracy theory/scifi fiction",
as there are so many theories that may or may not be true - but through the loose guidelines of fiction I can put into my writings things I believe to
be totally bogus as well as axioms (to me) of my own personal beliefs in these aforementioned subjects. With all the technology being steadily
produced; some truly Above Top Secret to the public literally, it makes melding conspiracy fiction with science fiction both simple and to me highly
enjoyable to write and I often find myself writing until the sun comes up.
Otherwise, I love to play video games (RPG's, free-roam sandbox games, real-time strategy, stealth-action (Metal Gear Solid series!), and
action/platformers , and love; documentaries, a good mystery/drama (Memento being a favorite of mine), some comedies (mocumentary comedies
particularly, Borat being among my favorite films), most mockumentaries - especially paranormal and "black magic" horror (and any type of horror
other than slasher films; which I find tasteless, crude, and unnecessarily violent for violence sake (It's a form of mass mind control in my
opinion). I also *personally* believe, in some cases, some of these types of films do breed actual violence in those both easily suggestible and the
already violent, in lesser ways), and anything ever directed by Stanley Kubrick for both entertainment value and for hidden themes, symbols, and
concepts interjected into his films that really make you think and speculate and create your own perceptions towards the meanings of his films (The
Shining being my favorite film ever made; to which I have easily viewed 200-300+ times in the last ten years). I enjoy fitness and all aspects of
physical training including; flexibility and yoga, endurance training (both cardio and muscular), muscle building (hypertrophy) training, strength and
power lifting, and speed training and boxing drills. I'm an animal lover, and have one cat who I cherish and love to death named Rosie; she is a
purebred Ragdoll and as friendly as a dog (I also love *most* dogs, minus the yippy little annoying ones). Snakes, spiders, and reptiles other than
Iguana's are the only animals that I don't like - mainly because I have a phobia against them since I was bit by a Rattlesnake while visiting my
birthplace in New Mexico in adolescence, and it was the most pain I have ever gone through in my life - and I was treated within a half-hour of the
bite with antivenom at that. I now live around the largest city in the Midwest, but was born and lived for the first few years of my life in between
the border of West Texas and Roswell, NM - which perhaps subconsciously spurred me into my direction and obsession over the last ten years of my
personal search for the 'truth'.
I have a personal love of humanity and our ability to feel emotion and empathy, which I feel for our entire race and am definitely a Lover over a
Fighter (but I Fight hard for my rights, liberty, and my core values and tenets that I live by; esp for my fellow comrade).
I hope to be a valued addition to this community, which by lurking for the last 2-3 months, I already feel at home with and feel a kindred nature with
many of the threads, posts, posters, and everyone's unique personalities and perspectives.
So once again, Greetings - I am excited and grateful to now be a member and contributor - and I wish you all the best with love, because love is the
base feeling for all things positive - including respect of those and their views, and that insatiable urge many of us have for the 'truth' -
because the truth is often frightening, and fear is the base emotion and antithesis of love and all its secondary and tertiary emotions are the
antithesis of truth, respect, integrity, caring etc. Things that, I hope, we as a community all value.
Sorry for the length, I love to write and get carried away a wee bit too much sometimes. Just another facet of who I am amongst everything else I've
stated. One Love y'all!