A sure-fire conversation starter!
A blog called Fellowship of the Mind posts a little exercise that makes one think that maybe those Illuminati conspiracy theorists might be on to something.
AN EXERCISE OF THE HIGHEST (NEW WORLD) ORDER
[Tipped off to this originally by Don Surber: Down the Rabbit Hole….]
Eowyn, at Fellowship of the Minds, has a delightful post which might prove(?!?) that there just might be something to at least one of those conspiracy theories.
After reading the post, readers may want to pose a question about the result of the little thought experiment/exercise.
From Down the Rabbit Hole….:
Are you ready to go down the rabbit hole with me again?
Here we go….
Don Surber calls it, “a cute little post.”
The result is…what?
Confirmation that not all conspiracy theories are bunk?
Nothing at all?
On a balmy, summer Saturday night in June 2010, we’re at a loss for words.
Welcome to the Conservative Resistance to Take Back America! Allow us to introduce ourselves:
We are three Conservatives who are deeply concerned about the sorry state of our country and the ruinous path our government, political, and cultural elites are taking. That is why we have formed this fellowship, this blog.
We believe we are a good team:
* Eowyn is a professional author and former Full Professor of political science;
* Steve is a former Teamster in the movie/TV industry and bodyguard for celebrities;
* Joan is a former administrative law judge and now a proud fulltime homemaker.
Despite our very different backgrounds, we share a fierce love for God and country. Geographically, we span America: Eowyn on the left coast in northern California; Steve on the East coast, in Florida; and Joan in the middle, in Arkansas.
We closely follow political, cultural, and economic news and commentaries on a daily basis. We will sift through the daily news and post the important ones you need to know, together with our unapologetic nonPC editorial comments. We will also alert you to political action: Calling your representatives in Washington, D.C.; rallies, marches, and demonstrations.
A very good post.
NOTE: Yes, we know it’s a re-direct. It was in the initial comments on FotM.by Mondo Frazier
I encourage you to go to the Dun and Bradsteet website, type in your favorite government city, county, entity or agency and watch the corporate information of that entity pop up. Go ahead try it for yourself. The fact is , we do NOT live under the U.S. or Minnesota Constitution and the common law those documents support. We live as employees of a government corporation (the employer). Believe it or not.
As our search for the source of the Illuminati influence and corruption of Utah politics and culture continues, our watchful eye is again directed to Bill Marriott and the Marriott Corporation. Meet Richard S Braddock, former President and COO of the Satanic Psychopathic (in my well-researched opinion) Corporate Institution known as Citibank. He also led Priceline.com, Cadbury and Eastman Kodak. (Source) More importantly,Braddock served as Director of the Marriott Corporation for 4 years.
The vehicle from Illuminati Motor Works, called Seven, was in bits strewn about the team's garage bay at the Automotive X-Prize Knockout Stage in Brooklyn, MI this week. Sure, the car can be put back together quickly and did make it to the track when requested, but not everything is going smoothly for the team from Springfield, IL.
The Seven is a fully-electric car and is also the last all-electric car left standing in the mainstream class. We spoke with team leader/engineer Kevin Smith, who told us that one of the team's problems is that the Seven can't fully charge right now because the batteries aren't conditioned. Illuminati built the 30 kWh pack itself from purchased cells. After the Shakedown Stage in April, the seven-member team needed to take the car apart and work on improvements (a trend that was kept alive when we saw the car – note the missing headlight, which was being repaired) and the battery pack couldn't charge during that time. In fact, the pack needs "dozens" of charges (maybe more) to fill up, with each successive charge holding a bit more juice. This not only hurts the team because they can't get the maximum number of electrons into the car, but also because of the way the AXP judges measure the energy used. The car is filled up, then the tests are run, then the car is charged up again and the energy used is measured. Since the Seven takes in a bit more electricity with each charge, the AXP thinks the car has used more energy than it actually did, Smith explained.
Still, last we heard, the Seven averaged 119.8 miles per gallon equivalent over the three efficiency tests, so there's potential that we'll see this one during the finals stage if they can muster up enough range out of the pack for the distance tests. Maybe Voodoo Steve, the foam being that appeared under the rear window one night, will help.
"Can Illuminati win the Automotive X Prize?" Interview with Kevin and Jen. Consumer Reports. 05/12/10.
"Eyes On the Prize: Five local guys are designing and building the car of the future in a field near you." by Amanda Robert. Springfield, IL. Illinois Times. 3/27/08.
Who's X'd out for Auto X Prize? - msnbc.com
Automotive X Prize: Teams continue Knockout phase - ConsumerReports.org (blog)
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At last week's D8: All Things Digital conference, Facebook CEO found himself sweating bullets while being grilled onstage by the Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. It got so bad, in fact, that Swisher felt compelled to ask him if he was OK, and suggested that he perhaps take off his trademark hoodie. "I never take it off," Zuckerberg reportedly replied. When he realized how obscene his perspiration had become, however, he relented, and Swisher helped him disrobe. As she was removing the sweaty garment, she noticed a giant emblem on the inside of the black hoodie, bizarre enough to prompt her to say, "What are you in, some kind of cult?"
The illuminati-like symbol features a series of bi-directional arrows surrounding a circular design, with words like "stream," "platform," and "graph" positioned in a triangular pattern. Around the edges of the circle is a slogan that reads, "Making the world open and connected." What makes the seal so creepy, though, is the fact that it's nowhere to be found on any of Facebook's public marketing materials, and is apparently exclusively printed on the hoodies that every employee receives (although, as TechCrunch points out, the widely ridiculed item has wasted no time in making its way to eBay).
SFWeekly's Alexia Tsotsis closely studied blown-up photos of the insignia and came up with an explanation of the design's symbolic significance. 'Stream,' 'platform,' and 'graph' are obvious references to the pillars of Facebook's redesign for 2010, as unveiled during this year's f8 Conference. The blue ring surrounding the emblem is perhaps a symbol for Facebook's privacy protection, while the slogan is, according to Zuckerberg, the company's very unofficial mission statement.
Tsotsis may have broken down the design's symbolism, but it's still unclear why this thing exists. Insiders insist that Facebook employees don't engage in any cultish rituals or animal sacrifices -- they just happen to wear the same, creepy hoodies. In all likelihood, the insignia is probably just another one of Zuckerberg's weird, Skull-and-Bones-like quirks he picked up at Harvard; this is the same guy, after all, who spies on anonymous romances for fun. But at a time when people are demanding that the site be more open about its privacy policies and ethics, it's probably not a great idea for Zuck to portray Facebook as some sort of clandestine coterie of tech elites. [From: SFWeekly and TechCrunch; via: Gawker]
Facebook employee 'Illuminati' hoodie put up for sale on eBay - Metro
Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook Illuminati Logo Revealed - NowPublic
That hoodie: Is Facebook some kind of cult? - The Guardian
TechCrunch (blog) - SF Weekly (blog)
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Because of the overwhelming success and positive feedback we received on Spawn Glow, we decided to return the favor by lowering the price of Spawn Illuminati HD to $.99 for a limited time only. Note that Spawn Glow will be added to Spawn Illuminati soon, so don't wait to update!
Dumbed-down, amoral, nihilistic drivel from the likes of Gaga and serves to keep the masses in a state of spiritual decay
Friday, July 2, 2010
THEY GOT DRIZZY???
Rapper Drake Wears An ILLUMINATI SYMBOL During The BET AWARDS . . .
NO WONDER He Blew Up SO QUICK!!!
SodaHead News - 56 minutes ago
Justin Bieber affirms his Christian faith against cult rumours - ChristianToday
Justin Bieber Tweets That He is Not Chuck Norris' Son - MyFox Detroit
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Lady GaGa: "Isn't That An Illuminati Ritual?..."
Part A: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9gtwyrjaNw&feature=related
Part B: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XU2C4vYwpjI&NR=1
Part C: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7oMhE72A6Q&NR=1
Part D: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DN3tdQZNks&NR=1
He discussed how communism, as an ideology, didn't evaporate into the ether when the Berlin Wall was torn down. He played video clips from Ezra Taft Benson who was Secretary of Agriculture under Eisenhower and an outspoken opponent of collectivism of all stripes.
Beck also interviewed M. Stanton Evans, longtime conservative journalist who wrote the definitive book on the McCarthy era a few years ago called "Blacklisted by History". By the way, M. Stanton Evan's father, Medford Evans, was an editor of the John Birch Society magazine, American Opinion, for many years.
Beck said that he first tried reading Evan's book on McCarthy about 3 years ago, but he couldn't finish it. He said he couldn't bring himself to believe that there could exist an entire network bent on destroying American from within.
But what worries me is how the knee-jerk conservative can watch Beck's stuff without understanding the danger to liberty and betrayals lurking within his own worldview.
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