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Olympic 2012 Conspiracy - Yes, we WON! This is a VICTORY!!!!

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posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 07:20 PM
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How many threads and posts before the olympics did people say something big and bad was going to happen? I haven't seen a single person who said that come back and say man I was wrong and i'm sorry if I scared anyone instead it's just some excuse or just never bringing it up again. This happens way too often in the conspiracy theory world from normal people to popular show hosts.




posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 07:34 PM
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How many threads and posts before the olympics did people say something big and bad was going to happen? I haven't seen a single person who said that come back and say man I was wrong and i'm sorry if I scared anyone instead it's just some excuse or just never bringing it up again. This happens way too often in the conspiracy theory world from normal people to popular show hosts.


How many times has a weatherman predicted a bad storm/hurricane/etc, and it wasn't as bad as they said it would be or missed the area altogether? We don't demand that they go on the air and apologize-"Hey, sorry I scared you with that bad weather talk."

Same thing.



posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 07:52 PM
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Originally posted by coyotepoet
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How many threads and posts before the olympics did people say something big and bad was going to happen? I haven't seen a single person who said that come back and say man I was wrong and i'm sorry if I scared anyone instead it's just some excuse or just never bringing it up again. This happens way too often in the conspiracy theory world from normal people to popular show hosts.


How many times has a weatherman predicted a bad storm/hurricane/etc, and it wasn't as bad as they said it would be or missed the area altogether? We don't demand that they go on the air and apologize-"Hey, sorry I scared you with that bad weather talk."

Same thing.



Actually they sometimes do.

As for the alarmists predicting horror at the olympics, well, they'll just forget that and move onto the next upcoming event, and sooner or later when something bad does happen they're all over it with "I told you so's".

I've seen this conspiracy amnesia in quite a few people, the build up, the warnings, the dire predictions, the 'wake up sheeple' rhetoric.......then nothing happens. There then follows a brief period of quiescence where the person seems to erase their memory of all this hysterical fear mongering, and on to the next event or happening. What is new about this particular farce is that now the nutbags are saying 'we won', and man, I gotta laugh, that has to be the most retarded concept I've ever heard of. Sad, naive, pathetic, deluded idiots.





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posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 08:02 PM
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As for the alarmists predicting horror at the olympics, well, they'll just forget that and move onto the next upcoming event, and sooner or later when something bad does happen they're all over it with "I told you so's". I've seen this conspiracy amnesia in quite a few people, the build up, the warnings, the dire predictions, the 'wake up sheeple' rhetoric.......then nothing. There then follows a brief period of quiescence and on to the next event or happening. What is new about this particular farce is that now the nutbags are saying 'we won', and man, I gotta laugh, that has to be the most retarded concept I've ever heard of. Sad, naive, pathetic, deluded idiots.


Yes "we won." People didn't die (except for the 7 missing Cameroonians who may have been sacrificed.)
As for the rest, like 7/7 happened after and in the pattern of 9/11 (drills the day of, etc.) there is likely to be another "terrorist" attack, but, like the Underwear Bomber was escorted onto the plane in Detroit without a passport by a man in a suit, you can guarantee that the "terrorists" aren't who we are led to believe they are. As long as the dark cabal runs things behind the scenes you can bet there will be another horror someplace and the people who call it ahead of time will do so because they saw and read the signs, not because they "got lucky."
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posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 08:20 PM
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Originally posted by coyotepoet
reply to post by nancyliedersdeaddog
 





How many threads and posts before the olympics did people say something big and bad was going to happen? I haven't seen a single person who said that come back and say man I was wrong and i'm sorry if I scared anyone instead it's just some excuse or just never bringing it up again. This happens way too often in the conspiracy theory world from normal people to popular show hosts.


How many times has a weatherman predicted a bad storm/hurricane/etc, and it wasn't as bad as they said it would be or missed the area altogether? We don't demand that they go on the air and apologize-"Hey, sorry I scared you with that bad weather talk."

Same thing.


For one usually weathermen are pretty good with predicting the path of a hurricane and it's not like they are telling people about a hurricane that's not even real. It does make me laugh you are even comparing a weathermen predicting a storm/ hurricane to people predicting a false flag/ alien invasion at the olympics big difference.



posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 08:29 PM
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Originally posted by coyotepoet
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As for the alarmists predicting horror at the olympics, well, they'll just forget that and move onto the next upcoming event, and sooner or later when something bad does happen they're all over it with "I told you so's". I've seen this conspiracy amnesia in quite a few people, the build up, the warnings, the dire predictions, the 'wake up sheeple' rhetoric.......then nothing. There then follows a brief period of quiescence and on to the next event or happening. What is new about this particular farce is that now the nutbags are saying 'we won', and man, I gotta laugh, that has to be the most retarded concept I've ever heard of. Sad, naive, pathetic, deluded idiots.


Yes "we won." People didn't die (except for the 7 missing Cameroonians who may have been sacrificed.)
As for the rest, like 7/7 happened after and in the pattern of 9/11 (drills the day of, etc.) there is likely to be another "terrorist" attack, but, like the Underwear Bomber was escorted onto the plane in Detroit without a passport by a man in a suit, you can guarantee that the "terrorists" aren't who we are led to believe they are. As long as the dark cabal runs things behind the scenes you can bet there will be another horror someplace and the people who call it ahead of time will do so because they saw and read the signs, not because they "got lucky."
The real "Sad, naive, pathetic, deluded idiots" are the ones like yourself that miss the signs altogether.

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Signs of what? I'll tell you what....nothing.

Sacrificed? You need help, seriously.

Citing nefarious activity is fine retrospectively, however it does not excuse some of the hysterical nonsense 'predicted' on here.

As far as to 'winning'.....yes, sad, pathetic, what a lame get out, I mean seriously it has to be the lamest excuse for not being right about something I've ever heard in my life, and it points to one thing, paranoid delusion, which is what you should tell your shrink you are suffering from when they eventually commit you, it'll save time with diagnosis



posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 08:55 PM
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Signs of what? I'll tell you what....nothing. Sacrificed? You need help, seriously. Citing nefarious activity is fine retrospectively, however it does not excuse some of the hysterical nonsense 'predicted' on here. As far as to 'winning'.....yes, sad, pathetic, what a lame get out, I mean seriously it has to be the lamest excuse for not being right about something I've ever heard in my life, and it points to one thing, paranoid delusion, which is what you should tell your shrink you are suffering from when they eventually commit you, it'll save time with diagnosis


Numerological signs for one. As for the mental health issues-I've had my Masters and been a practicing therapist for close to 12 years. I've spent close to two decades involved in various "secret societies" OTO, Rosicrucians, and a few more, studying the occult-including numerology and paying attention. How much time have you spent studying the occult? How well educated are you? Apparently enough that you can make a judgement on my mental health based on your brilliant mind, years of study, and small minded assumptions of how the world really works. Also, how many real rituals have you conducted? I've conducted enough in the last 20 years that I know a ritual when I see one.

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posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 08:55 PM
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Originally posted by seabhac-rua

Originally posted by coyotepoet
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Actually they sometimes do.

As for the alarmists predicting horror at the olympics, well, they'll just forget that and move onto the next upcoming event, and sooner or later when something bad does happen they're all over it with "I told you so's".

I've seen this conspiracy amnesia in quite a few people, the build up, the warnings, the dire predictions, the 'wake up sheeple' rhetoric.......then nothing happens. There then follows a brief period of quiescence where the person seems to erase their memory of all this hysterical fear mongering, and on to the next event or happening. What is new about this particular farce is that now the nutbags are saying 'we won', and man, I gotta laugh, that has to be the most retarded concept I've ever heard of. Sad, naive, pathetic, deluded idiots.





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I hate when somone predicts a earthquake in the next week and then 4 months later when it does happen they say see I told you. It makes me laugh when these big time hosts make these huge wrong predictions over and over again and their fans never hold them responsible.



posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 09:10 PM
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Originally posted by coyotepoet
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Signs of what? I'll tell you what....nothing. Sacrificed? You need help, seriously. Citing nefarious activity is fine retrospectively, however it does not excuse some of the hysterical nonsense 'predicted' on here. As far as to 'winning'.....yes, sad, pathetic, what a lame get out, I mean seriously it has to be the lamest excuse for not being right about something I've ever heard in my life, and it points to one thing, paranoid delusion, which is what you should tell your shrink you are suffering from when they eventually commit you, it'll save time with diagnosis


Numerological signs for one. As for the mental health issues-I've had my Masters and been a practicing therapist for close to 12 years. I've spent close to two decades involved in various "secret societies" OTO, Rosicrucians, and a few more, studying the occult-including numerology and paying attention. How much time have you spent studying the occult? How well educated are you? Apparently enough that you can make a judgement on my mental health based on your brilliant mind, years of study, and small minded assumptions of how the world really works.

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Well, sounds like 2 decades of studying whatever didn't pay off did it?

And yes, if you believe that some major horror event at the olympics was averted by some youtube videos and a few threads started on here by kids who can't spell very well, then yes you need to sit down and have a talk with a professional mate.



posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 09:15 PM
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Well, sounds like 2 decades of studying whatever didn't pay off did it? And yes, if you believe that some major horror event at the olympics was averted by some youtube videos and a few threads started on here by kids who can't spell very well, then yes you need to sit down and have a talk with a professional mate.


But then I was one that never said that something would happen at the Olympics, just that the symbols and signs pointed to the possibility. I also didn't say that I believed it was averted by kids and youtube either. It didn't happen and I'm glad it didn't but the signs were there whether you were able to see them or not.

Secondly, I didn't spend 20 years studying just so I could have an Olympics prediction in 2012. So to say that it didn't pay off is both ridiculous and ignorant. Actually, my years in study have paid off in many, many ways over the years.

As for the people in power being into this sort of thing I always like pointing to Queen Elizabeth and her affiliation with John Dee at the time when "commoners" were being burned at the stake for doing the same thing. And he makes a great argument that one can be really smart and still believe in the occult:


Dee straddled the worlds of science and magic just as they were becoming distinguishable. One of the most learned men of his age, he had been invited to lecture on advanced algebra at the University of Paris while still in his early twenties. Dee was an ardent promoter of mathematics and a respected astronomer, as well as a leading expert in navigation, having trained many of those who would conduct England's voyages of discovery.

Simultaneously with these efforts, Dee immersed himself in the worlds of magic, astrology and Hermetic philosophy. He devoted much time and effort in the last thirty years or so of his life to attempting to commune with angels in order to learn the universal language of creation and bring about the pre-apocalyptic unity of mankind.


en.wikipedia.org...

Also, you may have missed this since I put it in an edit so I will make the same point again.

How many real rituals have you conducted? I've conducted enough in the last 20 years that I know a ritual when I see one.



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posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 09:18 PM
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Originally posted by coyotepoet
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Signs of what? I'll tell you what....nothing. Sacrificed? You need help, seriously. Citing nefarious activity is fine retrospectively, however it does not excuse some of the hysterical nonsense 'predicted' on here. As far as to 'winning'.....yes, sad, pathetic, what a lame get out, I mean seriously it has to be the lamest excuse for not being right about something I've ever heard in my life, and it points to one thing, paranoid delusion, which is what you should tell your shrink you are suffering from when they eventually commit you, it'll save time with diagnosis


Numerological signs for one. As for the mental health issues-I've had my Masters and been a practicing therapist for close to 12 years. I've spent close to two decades involved in various "secret societies" OTO, Rosicrucians, and a few more, studying the occult-including numerology and paying attention. How much time have you spent studying the occult? How well educated are you? Apparently enough that you can make a judgement on my mental health based on your brilliant mind, years of study, and small minded assumptions of how the world really works. Also, how many real rituals have you conducted? I've conducted enough in the last 20 years that I know a ritual when I see one.

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Well, for me, I like to conduct a ritual out of making a cup of tea, so to answer your question, I'd say I've conducted three today and roughly about 10,000 in my lifetime.

Ok, on a more serious note, yes I have been present at a few 'rituals' in my life. And I do believe that there are people who do go about practicing esoteric occult-ish things. Do I believe there is a 'dark cabal' behind something like 9/11, no. Unless your description of a dark cabal would come to mean something like the military industrial complex.



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posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 09:24 PM
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Well, for me, I like to conduct a ritual out of making a cup of tea, so to answer your question, I'd say I've conducted three today and roughly about 10,000 in my lifetime.


While you are technically correct that tea is a behavioral ritual, I was referring specifically to magickal rituals. How many of those have you conducted?



Ok, on a more serious note, yes I have been present at a few 'rituals' in my life. And I do believe that there are people who do go about practicing esoteric occult-ish things. Do I believe there is a 'dark cabal' behind something like 9/11, no. Unless your description of a dark cabal would come to mean something like the military industrial complex.


And on a less antagonistic note...certainly the military industrial complex is an arm in said cabal. I don't know why the idea that a small group of people acts in secretive and dirty ways to ensure the benefits for that same small group of people is such a hard thing for people to understand. And I suppose it's how people are wired that determines what they see as a cabal of people running the world.

A good example I ran into recently is an "A Day in the Life" episode with Richard Branson. In it he had just come from or was going to (can't remember which) a dinner with the Queen and President Obama. While it could just be seen as 3 rich, influential people having dinner together, I certainly wasn't privy to the conversations they were having over dinner and they could just as easily been discussing ways to make more money and gain more control as they could have been discussing something more innocent.

But, with all of this, it is important to remember that absence of proof is not proof of absence.


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posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 09:29 PM
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Originally posted by coyotepoet
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Well, for me, I like to conduct a ritual out of making a cup of tea, so to answer your question, I'd say I've conducted three today and roughly about 10,000 in my lifetime.


While you are technically correct that tea is a behavioral ritual, I was referring specifically to magickal rituals. How many of those have you conducted?



None.

Go on then tell us what you do when you conduct a magickal ritual?

How many Cameroonians would you get through in an average bloodletting then?



posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 09:34 PM
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Go on then tell us what you do when you conduct a magickal ritual? How many Cameroonians would you get through in an average bloodletting then?


Sure, I'll condense years of study and understanding into a single paragraph that will convince somebody that doesn't want to be convinced. Right...

but it does involve symbolism, which the symbol literate were able to see in the olympics:


In our example we choose for our intention the attainment of increased spiritual awareness. By referring to a set of "tables of correspondences" (we will use those published by Dion Fortune in her Mystical Qabalah) we find that this goal is governed by the activities of the sixth Sephirah --Tiphareth or Beauty.

Thus we may proceed to compose a ritual using Tiphareth's correspondences. Our temple and altar, therefore, will be draped in yellow and golden colors, the color of Tiphareth in Briah.(If we are working in another of the four Kabalistic worlds, we use the color of that world). Tiphareth is the sixth station on the Tree of Life. The number six should therefore be used, perhaps in the knocks, circumambulations, or the number of candles. Our incense would be olibanum, frankincense or cinnamon, the incenses of Tiphareth and the Sun. We would wear yellow robes and upon our breast we would display a golden (or gold colored) six sided lamen, bearing the symbol of the Sun. If our wardrobe does not include ten robes of ten main Tree of Life colors, with sub-colors for the different Kabalistic worlds, we can imagine the color of the robe and have a small patch of the appropriate color in the ritual space.


www.magickalmind.com...

As for the Cameroonians, I've never participated in a blood sacrifice, nor am I certain that this is what happened to them, as the mundane explanation, that they were seeking asylum, is reasonable, but sacrifice is a valid possibility.
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posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 09:49 PM
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Well I don't need to be convinced that the occult is real, I know it is.

As far as seeing occult symbolism at the olympics, I take that stuff which a huge pinch salt, just like when I read that Lady Gaga has illuminati stuff in one of her videos, as far as I'm concerned that is the realm of thought best left to those who live in that realm.

So pray tell, why/how do you believe that the hand of terror was stayed at the olympics then?



posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 10:02 PM
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As far as seeing occult symbolism at the olympics, I take that stuff which a huge pinch salt, just like when I read that Lady Gaga has illuminati stuff in one of her videos, as far as I'm concerned that is the realm of thought best left to those who live in that realm.


This is true. These days it is really hard to tell what is "real" symbology and what is just put there because it is a popular cultural theme at the moment.


So pray tell, why/how do you believe that the hand of terror was stayed at the olympics then?


I see several possibilities:

1) The ritual was never about a "terrorist attack" in the first place and it accomplished what it intended (whatever that is.)

2) The idea of a false flag was played up and encouraged intentionally to discredit those calling conspiracy

3) The symbology is a part of a bigger ritual that has not completed yet (my personal favorite right now is the ParaOlympics continuation as it ends on 9/9-28 days (Danny Boyle) after the Olympics closing ceremonies)

Also, a little beside the point, but I recently found out that on 9/11, it was column 79 (7+9=16 and 1+6=7) on level 12 of Bldg 7 that collapsed, causing Bldg 7 to come down in its own footprint. 12, 7 and 16 are all numbers that have come up again and again recently in things like the Aurora Shooting and the Sikh shooting (happening 7 days before the opening ceremonies and 7 days before the closing ceremonies respectively.) Point with this is, we may be looking at the long game.

4) They didn't go forward with whatever they were planning because people were aware of it and talking about it enough beforehand that if something were to happen, the "hidden hand" would risk exposure.

My favorites at this point are 2 and 3

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posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 10:26 PM
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Originally posted by coyotepoet
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As far as seeing occult symbolism at the olympics, I take that stuff which a huge pinch salt, just like when I read that Lady Gaga has illuminati stuff in one of her videos, as far as I'm concerned that is the realm of thought best left to those who live in that realm.


This is true. These days it is really hard to tell what is "real" symbology and what is just put there because it is a popular cultural theme at the moment.


So pray tell, why/how do you believe that the hand of terror was stayed at the olympics then?


I see several possibilities:

1) The ritual was never about a "terrorist attack" in the first place and it accomplished what it intended (whatever that is.)

2) The idea of a false flag was played up and encouraged intentionally to discredit those calling conspiracy

3) The symbology is a part of a bigger ritual that has not completed yet (my personal favorite right now is the ParaOlympics continuation as it ends on 9/9-28 days (Danny Boyle) after the Olympics closing ceremonies)

4) They didn't go forward with whatever they were planning because people were aware of it and talking about it enough beforehand that if something were to happen, the "hidden hand" would risk exposure.

My favorites at this point are 2 and 3



Ok, number 1 could be applied to anything, anywhere.

Number 2, this is one I'm hearing a lot these days, conspiracy people and their claims being made to look stupid for the benefit of the bad guys. To be honest it's a bit of a cop out, but if real then they(the baddies) don't have to do much work really, now do they? Well actually they do have to build a stadium and all that, then get a few TV people to put the words "world" and "order" into the same general discussion whilst being interviewed etc.

Number 3, well we shall have to wait and see, and I'm gonna put my money on nothing happening, which brings us back to number 1 and 2.

Number 4, this is what this thread is about and man, it still makes me chuckle to think that people think this is credible, I mean c'mon, how many people, worldwide, took the 'whateveryouwannacallit olympic conspiracy' seriously? And do you think these 'whoeveryouwannacallem' people would give a crap about what this small group of chicken littles are saying?



posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 10:53 PM
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Number 4, this is what this thread is about and man, it still makes me chuckle to think that people think this is credible, I mean c'mon, how many people, worldwide, took the 'whateveryouwannacallit olympic conspiracy' seriously? And do you think these 'whoeveryouwannacallem' people would give a crap about what this small group of chicken littles are saying?


The question of how many people world wide took it seriously is exactly the point. I would say a small proportion relatively speaking but...if that small proportion was vocal (which they were) and put the info out there in advance (which they did) then if something were to have happened that small group could have said- "Look-we knew this was coming and these are the reasons why." This would have done a lot to wake people up to these "terrorist" false flags. And that's exactly the point of this argument. It's not how small or large the group beforehand but what they could have done with that information after the fact were something to have happened.

Last year it was the Super Bowl. David Taylor Chase published the Nuclear Bible full of documentation in the MSM of signs pointing to the very real possibility of a nuclear attack (including news stories about material going missing, which were the same type of news stories that showed up prior to the Olympics.


Unbeknownst to most Americans, a thermonuclear weapon was to be detonated on Live TV at Super Bowl XLV in Dallas, Texas on February 6, 2011. The story surrounding the failed nuclear terror plot is revolutionary in and of itself, and it is currently being censored from both mainstream and alternative news sites. Despite the media blockade, it is only a matter of time before members of the Bush and Obama administration are indicted for conspiracy to commit nuclear terrorism.

The Nuclear Bible
On February 1, 2011, Julian Assange of Wikileaks revealed to the world via leaked classified diplomatic documents that Al-Qaida was on the brink of using a nuclear bomb and that the West was on the verge of a “Nuclear 9/11″. What the diplomatic documents failed to mention was actual target, date and location of the upcoming nuclear terror attack.

Published 4 days prior on January 28, 2011, David Chase Taylor’s free ebook, entitled The Nuclear Bible, specifically named Super Bowl XLV on February 6, 2011, in Dallas, Texas, as the target, date and location of the impending nuclear terror attack. After publishing The Nuclear Bible, Taylor conducted multiple radio interviews and phoned numerous intelligence and law enforcement agencies throughout America to personally ensure that no acts of terror were conducted on the American people. Based on the sudden interest in Taylor by U.S. intelligence services, Taylor, anticipating retaliation and fearing for his life, applied for political asylum in Switzerland on March 8, 2011.


truthernews.wordpress.com...

Now granted, this sounds a little bit egotistical on his part but he also says in another article:


It’s ok to be wrong, so long as you have an ample and justified reason to speak out. As noted historian Webster Tarpley once said, “The point of predicting a terror event is not to say after the fact, look how smart I am. That is despicable. The point of it is to prevent it from happening. Your goal is to be wrong and make yourself wrong. That’s the whole point. To be wrong is to be successful when you’ve identified something serious.”


truthernews.wordpress.com...

He also gives good tips on things to look out for when it comes to looking for signs of the possibility of an attack including:


5. Private Security Firms
In order to eliminate threats, maintain control, and tie up any loose ends, private security contractors are hired to monitor and control key locations surrounding false-flag events. Naturally, Blackwater is always a suspect.


Now is it just a coincidence that there was the big deal made about the private security firm G4S and all of the holes in their security for the Olympics? Sounds like a potential set-up to me. And a piece of the puzzle that made the thought of an Olympics attack a reasonable one.


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posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 04:59 AM
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The question of how many people world wide took it seriously is exactly the point. I would say a small proportion relatively speaking but...if that small proportion was vocal (which they were) and put the info out there in advance (which they did) then if something were to have happened that small group could have said- "Look-we knew this was coming and these are the reasons why." This would have done a lot to wake people up to these "terrorist" false flags. And that's exactly the point of this argument. It's not how small or large the group beforehand but what they could have done with that information after the fact were something to have happened.

An estimated 1 billion people watched the opening ceromony of the Olympics. A TINY percentage of that number were aware of a grand Illuminati conspiracy, and the majority who are/were aware of a claimed Illuminati false flag terrorist attack through picking it up via youtube videos/word of mouth/online forums considered it absurd. This leaves the percentage within the percentage, those who knew of a False flag Illuminati terrorist attack, analyzed the 'proof' and believed it was going to happen. The 'proof' that was released, if you could call it proof, were things such as an olympic advert containing squiggley lines which turned into a 666 shape for a split second, or a chinese advert advertising 'Euro 2012 Football' depicting the london tower burning, they failed to notice the colloseum burning, the eiffle tower burning etc.. anyone with a brain could see that these famous monuments burning represented the major european footballing nations 'crumbling' so to speak, purely in footballing terms. I have taken these two examples from the most popular videos avaliable to the viewing public. Not only does this make the information completely useless as nothing happened, but even if something did happen (was never going too) the small group of people releasing the information would of achived nothing, as their information did not stop such an attack happening as only the smallest of numbers believed it would happen (Naturally they cannot accept this and use the arguement 'See, I told you it was going to happen, so it didnt happen!', that being the premis of this thread). Future generations would not look back on these 'proofs' if a terrorist attack did happen as the way to find the 'signs' of a future attack, rather the general public would believe a terrorist attack has happened and not a conspiracy.

P.S - You claim that there were many signs that an attack or a conspiracy of some form was going to happen, can you provide us with the evidence of such signs? Sources etc would be appriciated.

Also I fail to see how your magical rituals, or whatever your claiming to have done for 20 years is of relevance to anything here...




Unbeknownst to most Americans, a thermonuclear weapon was to be detonated on Live TV at Super Bowl XLV in Dallas, Texas on February 6, 2011. The story surrounding the failed nuclear terror plot is revolutionary in and of itself, and it is currently being censored from both mainstream and alternative news sites. Despite the media blockade, it is only a matter of time before members of the Bush and Obama administration are indicted for conspiracy to commit nuclear terrorism.

Being censored by all websites... even alternative ones? o.o'


Sounds like a real credible claim, naturally when this event does not happen, he himself will claim that he was the sole savior of the superbowl by cramming his paranoid thoughts down everyones throats, HE managed to raise awareness and somehow magically stop Al Qaeda/Bush from releasing a nuclear bomb, and that he was never wrong but rather stopped the event from happening


truthernews.wordpress.com...

Now granted, this sounds a little bit egotistical on his part but he also says in another article:

It’s ok to be wrong, so long as you have an ample and justified reason to speak out. As noted historian Webster Tarpley once said, “The point of predicting a terror event is not to say after the fact, look how smart I am. That is despicable. The point of it is to prevent it from happening. Your goal is to be wrong and make yourself wrong. That’s the whole point. To be wrong is to be successful when you’ve identified something serious.”

He never had ample and justified reason to speak out, nor did the olympic conspiracists.. only in their own minds did they do so. This is where their grand theory falls, they did not prevent anything from happening as nothing was ever going to happen in the first place.. they were always wrong, but rather than accepting that they were wrong from the beginning, they must try and rationalize their thoughts/arguments by stating things such as 'Im not wrong, I prevented it from happening, their was ample reason for me to speak out, and look what happened, nothing! WE WON!'



posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 06:43 AM
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As for the people in power being into this sort of thing I always like pointing to Queen Elizabeth and her affiliation with John Dee at the time when "commoners" were being burned at the stake for doing the same thing. And he makes a great argument that one can be really smart and still believe in the occult:


20yrs hasn't paid off if you did not know that john dee was the original 007 so to speak and
estabilished Englands secret service!..(I also know of the 9 gates) ( necrinomicon) (watchers)
(ancient ones) (astral flight) etc..

Think and ask before you put yourself on a pedastal above us naysayers.I have a quote
For you guys/girls/transgenders/ Read on, it sums you guys up in a nutshell.

Conspiracy theories are a powerful source of pride and a wellspring of intellectual vanity. The theorist comes to see himself as thinking on a higher plane than the ignorant masses around him. He walks the fringes of society, watching his surroundings with suspicion. No one realizes what’s going on, he thinks.

If speaking his mind on conspiracies causes others to recoil, he simply dismisses them as “dumb sheep” who cannot see what he sees. Every episode like this further reaffirms how special this inside information makes him.

Many of these individuals enjoy the thrill of perceived danger that comes along with having supposedly top-secret knowledge, feeling as though they have a lead role in a secret-agent film—except they are not in a movie!

You also shouldn't be talking about certain things if you were trully in a secret 'society' my
dear fellow/mam/transgender/demi-doomsdayer.


Tell me the recipe for space mead? - what is it for?- how do you require it? when best to indulge?
How does it tie in with the nine gates?. I know, but surely a doomsayer such as yourself,Should be
well versed in such things having spent twenty years studying the occult.



Have a little think and get back to me.....


edit on 27-8-2012 by denver22 because: commas



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