One of the things I have noticed about my blog is how many people enjoy the conspiracy websites that I have suggested. One thing about conspiracies is that it always falls back to the Freemasons. So I have started to look for websites that explain exactly what the Freemasons do. Interestingly enough I have always lived near a Freemason’s lodge. In fact when I was living in Pa I lived right next door to a huge Freemason temple. I guess thats why I have always been interested in the Freemason’s organization. Anti-Masonry is a website taht sheds some light on the Freemasons. Now I will say that their views are quite slanted to an evil organization. The sight affers insight into what kind of an organization it is and also what conspiracies are built around the Freemason’s group. I personally know of only one Freemason, but he was never willing to tell me anything about the organization. I think that’s why I delved into the group more. Their hand is on nearly every peice of US currancy, and many of today’s and yesterday’s leaders were part of the Freemason organization. Someday we may learn all the secrets but for now Anti-Masonry is an excellent primer to learn everything about the Freemasons.
I told you I would be back with another conspiracy theory website. Above Top Secret (or ATS). This is more of a forum site where lots of people get together and give their opinions of various conspiracy theories. There are also articles that pop up from time to time discussing various aspects of major conspiracy theories. What is neat about the site, is just how active the forum is. The forum is a good judge of how good the site is. A better website has an active forum and you can see many many posts a day. The site itself is very well organized, and very easy to understand and navigate. The best part is that it isn’t a wave the red flag kind of site, sometimes articles actually defend the events that were reported as happening, something you don’t often see on conspiracy websites.
I like a good conspiracy theory. Any book centering around a solid conspiracy theory, I am all over, so you know I love the Dan Brown books, but lately I’ve been looking around the internet for some good conspiracy sites, so this is just one of the many I have found and will pass along to you. First off, a good conspiracy site has to have something on 9/11, JFK, and RFK assassinations, and some Freemasons stories. Check, check and check the website whatreallyhappened covers all the bases and give solid arguments on major conspiracies. Are they right? Who knows? All I know is that it is a blast to read and always keeps me coming back for more. In short, I do believe in the government’s misinformation engine. I am sure it exists, to what extent I don’t know, and I do believe that the majority of people in the US are not ready to hear all the truths. I don’t look to judge the people behind the conspiracies, because if it’s true, there is probably good reason it happened, if not, then no harm no foul. So take a look at this website and make up your own mind to the world of conspiracy theories.