posted on Aug, 16 2004 @ 11:03 AM
OK, whilst starting to watch the series of Stargate from the start (Season 1, and now up to Season 2) things have occurred to me. Concepts such as
the secret Cheyenne Mountain Complex, the Stargate conspiracy featuring 1 stargate in the cheyenne mountain complex and 1 which was secretly hidden in
Artarctica, the Touchstone weather changer from another planet which changes weather patterns, the Illuminati who in the episode of 'Touchstone'
were supposed to have given orders to move the second stargate, the Area 51/Groom Lake facility, Reptilian entities, Marine entities, Robots, Nellis
Airbase which all the discovered technology from outer space is taken and reverse engineered or examined in extreme detail, Greys (in the Thor's
chariot episode they find out the Norse Gods were really Greys), mentions of Roswell, and many many other concepts. I know when conspiracists talk
about all of these topics the skeptics automatically stereotype them as 'star trek/stargate geeks' who watch too much of those shows and then get
paranoid and fantasises about these concepts.
What I want to know is:
a) were all of these concepts known about, talked about, and frequently discussed with conspiracy theorists before the Series of Stargate began??
or have conspiracy theorists been given these ideas from this show and their imaginations are just running wild with the idea of 'what could be'
regarding the fictional content of the show??
now if these concepts/conspiracies were around before the series of Stargate began WHY ON EARTH would the writers/producers of the series openly
create scenarios/release names of highly classified top secret areas, bases, technology that 'aren't meant to exist' according to the top military
authorities. With the huge following the series of Stargate has nowdays if any of these concepts were true wouldn't the US
government/military/airforce have scrapped,, destroyed, hidden or moved all of these technologies from these secret mountain complexes somewhere
I really am confused and intrigued about what people think about this.
[edit on 16-8-2004 by sugeshotcha]