posted on May, 18 2008 @ 09:39 AM
I watch a lot of the science based channels, such as Science, Discovery, History and History International. This morning, actually as I am typing,
History channel "Decoding the Past" is covering the secrets of the dollar bill. They are laying out the symbology found there and the history of
The thing that strikes out the most to me is the use of the phrase "...according to conspiracy theorists...". The entire show is innundated with
It is as if they are giving as much credit as they are trying to suggestively say "this is not truth/fact, just something thee freaks have come up
with." Follow that with the lack of creditation to follow each time it is stated, just makes me think that they are trying to show information,
while only showing what they want and discredit all of the theories.
The more I watch, the more insane it gets. As the show winds to a close, they begin to support the masonic discrediting of the symbology. As stated,
"movies such as 'National Treasure' seem to support the publics belief in the mundane."
Mundane? They are most assuredly trying to cap the well that "conspiracy theorists" have sprung. You know that anyone watching this show is going
to use it as the source for debate against the sought future of our world.
[edit on 18-5-2008 by wheresthetruth]