posted on Jun, 13 2009 @ 05:08 PM
Mods: I wasn't sure where to post this, since it has to do with religion I put it in the religion conspiracy forum although was going to post in the
my story forum only to realize that it is no longer there. Since there is religious stuff I put it here.
When I was in the fifth grade I started a little club with me and my friends called the O.F.H. (Outlaws from Hell). Yes me and my friends were quite
mischievous especially for our age. The initiation for the club was to toilet paper a couple houses, steal a couple milk cartons from the school
cafeteria and a few other silly things. One day our teacher found us off campus during our lunches and saw our hats that said OFH and asked what it
was all about. We told her it stood for Outlaws from Hell.
Later that day we were all called into the principals office where he threatened expulsion and we were immediately suspended and I was labeled as the
leader of a satanic cult. On my way home my dad came and picked me up and was furious, so I explained everything. My parents at the time were going
through a divorce, so naturally if I ever did something wrong I would blame it on the divorce. Even if it had nothing to do with it. My dad as well as
other parents of my friends were called in and the problem was resolved and we were allowed to come back to school.
Now this is the part I did not know until much much later. My father was outraged at the principal of the school for callling me a ring leader of a
satanic cult and got him fired. (At the time I had no idea what a satanic cult even was.) Anyhow my father later told me that the principal passed
this message on to the people who wouild be recieving us next year in middle school and none of us were even there yet and didn't realize that some
of the teachers in middle school and even the principal there had it out for us. Because this principal told them that we were all in a secret satanic
That year I was quite literally in the principals office everyday. Sometimes two or three times a day. The smallest joke would get me there or even
speaking out loud in class whne not spoken to became an immediate trip to the principals office. Not just me, but I had three other friends who were
in the OFH and they were their everyday too. None of us were aware of any conspiracy, we thought we were just bad kids.
The next year I got out of that school, but in this very short period of time I became very rebellious and always had an acute disposition towards
authority ever since. In fact I started getting in more trouble with the police and by the time I was eighteen my legal record was longer than most
peoples are in their entire life and it still haunts me to this day.
I know it sounds silly right? Well, my dad recently told me about all the drama that unfolded because of my little club. Apprently this was a very
serious issue that I had nearly forgotten about. I had no idea that the principal was fired and that the school district had a board meeting because
of me. So it started to make sense. I always had this animosity towards authority and even felt like people conspired against me for little or no
reason at all. Then I come to realize that it all spawned from this stupid little incident when I was in elementary school, it all started to make
Out of the other three of my friends in the OFH we all became reckless and rebelious teenagers. Two of them ended up even worse than I did and one of
them I heard is doing time in prison.
None of us had ever imagined that there was an actual conspiracy, not until the age of 29 did I ever imagine that my teachers and pricipals had
conspired against me as a child. The sad part is, had I realized this at a younger age I probably never would have had so many issues growing up.
Not that I live in regret, it's just funny though. I thought people just sensed something about me and trated me unfairly at times. I will admit I
brought it upon myself, but I can't help but wonder how things would have been different if my teenage years were not such a struggle.
Just thought I would share. Sometimes religious beliefs bring out the worst in us all. And they do have everyday reprocussions. I am glad that I
finally did realize this however, now I just wonder how things might have been different.
Honestly though I have a disliking for authority that most would never believe. I always have since I was in fifth grade.