Hello, my name's Jonah. I am a guitar teacher and local musician, meaning I might not be able to afford comcast next month! I live off the coast in
Northern California, just chemtrails and quiet helecopters looking for weed around here. Usually too cloudy for UFO's, and the biggest conspiracy
around here is where all these tourists pop out from. I have only recently started using the interweb, as of just under 8 months ago after breaking my
foot. Having nothing else to do, I quickly became interested in many different topics that I had no previous knowledge of. Which brings me here, for
after spending many hours watching videos such as Project Camelot's interviews I assumed the best way to learn was by finding a website that I could
hopefully bounce ideas off of.
By wading through the bull# on this internet of ours, I've found several things that I to say the least found pretty interesting. I'm a fan of Jesse
Ventura's show, as I have only recently discovered it. I like the confrontation, there needs to be much more of this. That's why I think sites like
these have the capacity to being very useful.
So, I thought I'd start this out with something I thought I would never look up, but as I did found it to pretty creepy.
This link below is about Obama's infamous Yes We Can mantra. If you have never heard of backmasking, it is the trick of using subliminal messaging
hidden in music when played backwards. As you will find in the link, you computer may very well already have a program which will allow you to try
this out with any song. The Beatles, to my knowledge, had much fun with hiding clues to Paul's secret death. And, though not necessarily "evil",
the Beatles Yellow Submarine - I've noticed - is a great first song to try out.
So this conspiracy may be light, or very heavy. It depends on how convinced you are, really. I urge you to try this out though. Unless you are one to
write things off easily as coincidences, which is fine, because fools like me need your kind to tell me when I've been watching a video too long!
If you like the video, then look for more. It really is a blast listening to a whole stadium of people chant "Thank you Satan" right back at good
Nice to meet you in advance.