posted on Jul, 29 2011 @ 07:05 AM
The Truth is NOT a conspiracy theory.
The reason is very simple. Because a conspiracy theory requires a group of criminals to commit a crime, otherwise it's not a true conspiracy theory.
So if you make conspiracy theorism into a religion you are worshipping the criminals in power. That is a form of satanism, and a deceptive one at
The truth is difficult to explain, but to give an example of some authors throughout history who have professed the truth: Buddha, Plato, Plotinus and
the neoplatonism movement, Shankara and the Advaida Vedanta movement, the Original Buddhists such as George Grimm and Julius Evola, other various
Enlightenment philosophers like Descartes.
This is all my opinion of course, but what is not my opinion is the truth. The truth is no matter what you think it to be. Saying anything more than
that attempts to place truth into a conceivable box, which is impossible. But in short, the truth is eternal, unchanging, the same no matter what day
or night it is. A conspiracy theory does not fit this mold. If anything you could talk about the perpetual grasp for tyranny as being close to never
ending, but even then you'd have to admit that if the reach for tyranny is always occurring they must not control the world.
Anyone following along with this? A lot of enlightened people are on ATS, so that's why I'm interested to know. I still feel like researching
conspiracy theories is important though, because I really don't know how this will all turn out, good or bad, whether my actions affect it or not, I
know that I change as a result, but for good or bad, I think it is just change. Can we ever change back? Why not? Since we changed once, we can change
back. But there is never one mode of permanence, it is constant change. That's what life is mostly like. There is no permanence, except the truth.
That's why the truth is an anchor. It may not get you to where you are going, but it will provide you rest once you get there. What motivates us is
desire, which is not quite truth, it contains our own inclinations and thoughts, it may not be realistic, nor will it comfort us if we ever finally
get it. The truth, however, is always there for us.