a reply to: TerryMcGuire
I suppose really I've been picking up hints & scraps of information over the years which has fed into my own rather weak attempts at a Grand Unified
Theory of conspiracy, but in recent years I've been more and more shocked, sickened & deeply perteurbed by the apparent bold nature of the deceptions
which we're being expected to swallow as true, all being delivered across the medium of ever-increasingly sophisticated media control. There was I
suppose a bit of a golden age where the internet still contained vast troves of information that was unsullied, where if you asked the right questions
there was a wealth of data to be found which confirmed or refuted certain aspects of the theory as we each are coming round to understanding the
For me, as just one single example, I once found a very specific search term within the ETCSL database of the Sumerian literature which had been
discovered and catalogued over the past century or so. This search term was deeply meaningful to me by virtue of a very specific & very high
strangeness personal experience which had a very sinister edge to it (still does, as the issue hasn't gone away). I was immensely surprised, and it
seemed a real personal vindication, in essence, of some aspects of the theorising I had been doing in my attempts to put some of the puzzle pieces
together. I hadn't thought to share it with ATS & only after I later changed my mind & went back to dig out the references, suddenly, it just wasn't
there any more.
Now bear in mind that in the entire ETCSL database the exact word had been matched only twice. There are NO synonyms for the word in question. I had
left the site & been away from it for maybe 72 hours when I decided that actually, I did want to create a thread to discuss the finding & the context.
I went back to the database, entered the word - ZERO results. I checked, rechecked, changed the spelling every which way (even though it was
unambiguous & was NOT a weird untranslateable term. It was an abridgement of two English words, in the English translations of some of the occult
tablets. But all reference was gone. At least, the translation which had been there was gone, and there was no way on Earth I could remember in
which part of the collected works it had been found. My internet history was useless as it was a database which, at that time at least, did not pile
the results into backtrackable search history.
That was a single personal event which suggested to me that someone was monitoring that database, and had pretty quickly figured out by reading my
machine's contents what it was that the term referred to. So the translation was very slightly adjusted. Nobody would notice other than a
ridiculously specialist expert, and nobody would care, frankly. Except me, and quite possibly a few others, had I been able to find the reference &
share my thread. I did not complete the thread at the time because I was partly annoyed that it would seem I was making stuff up, but also I was
disturbed about the implications. And to be honest, remembering that event, and also some weird things which happened last night after I posted this
thread, has made me yet again become perturbed. But I don't think I should describe what I'm referring to on an open board, because there seemed to
be an implied threat in something that happened overnight. So I'd rather let the thread evolve or die where it stands without too much more input
from me, and that's not necessarily just out of concern for self-interest, and that's all I'll say on the matter.
Thanks everyone for being involved in the brief time I remained here, I will lurk but probably won't be posting any more.
NB - Read everything by Dr JP Farrell & Dr P LaViolette, for the two main authors who have most influenced me, in the alternative research community,
with notable contributions from the Christopher Knight & Alan Butler books on the Moon/ ancient civilisations, and possibly my favourite single book
as an introduction to one subject was The Lost Civilisation of Lemuria by Frank Joseph, though I disagree with his once-held political views (he's a
claimed penitent). Dr Rupert Sheldrake & Dr Michael Talbot are excellent scientists whose books should be known by all. Lunar anomalies & megalithic
earth structures, ancient legends, spiritual traditions & religious texts got me hooked on the alternative research field & remain my favourite
themes. I should also note that everything is framed against a (charismatic) Protestant Christian faith which is largely arising from the Baptist
experience, but that I am not a creationist or flat-earther. I have deep reservations about writing anything off as utterly irrelevant crazy talk,
however. For example NASA seems to have deliberately fed bad data into the internet to fortify or catalyse the flat earth movement, and the reasons
for that are uncertain.
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