Monday, October 31, 2005

Boo! A Scare For You!

I happened upon this*** 9/11 proof one night while I was researching the Illuminati at 4 in the morning. Needless to say, it's really eerie, and even frightening to see that these playing cards show, without doubt, what happened on 9/11. Problem is, this ***game was released in 1995! Say what you will about conspiracies, but in some cases we should really take notice that people mocking conspiracy theories are playing directly into the hands of the conspirators. I happen to be into conspiracy theory, but am rather rooted in reality as well. I'm more of a 'where there's smoke, there's fire' person. This seems pretty scary to me.

Not only that, but a day after the attacks, a friend showed me how you could fold our paper money into pictures of the attack. The one dollar bill can be folded so the back shows the twin towers standing. The five dollar bill can be folded to show the twin towers hit by the words united and america(or american, the two airlines that actually hit them. (Off memory, I believe I'm correct so far) The ten dollar bill shows the towers burning, complete with a person falling out of one tower. The twenty dollar bill shows a pile of rubbish, no towers. Now just as weird as it is alone, what makes it even more unsettling is how this information came to fruition the very next day. Seems like it was leaked online. But by who? I find it hard to believe someone was fiddling around with a 5 dollar bill, and just fell upon this.

***(I checked the game site, and these cards appear to be the real deal)

***disclaimer-I know there is a religious slant to this, but if you actually read it, and look at the cards, it proves pretty interesting, even with the heavy handed end paragraph***

A last thought for the day: Have you ever considered the classics, 1984, A Brave New World and Animal Farm were not the cautionary tales they're made out to be, but a blue print for what was going to happen? Aldous Huxley, writer of A Brave New World, was very steeped in the illuminati tradition. He was turored by none other than Aleister Crowley, occultist and satanist, who of course had infamous relations with the Illuminati. So, perhaps Huxley had some insider knowledge, and was not a prophet, but a messenger for the NWO.


Grubber said...

Lara Croft stopped the Illuminati, you know that! ;-)

In that tight bodysuit, hugging that amazing body, with those lips.....ahhhhh, where was I, oh yeah, she stopped them.

I have found it amusing, but I feel that in all honesty, if you look at human beings in general, they fuck up too often, and they leave trails that can be followed, media are too keen to release info, etc.

Add it all up and whilst there are conspiracies that occur, e.g. Iran/Contra. etc. I think most come out in the wash eventually.

Does not mean that they don't make great stories, and are fascinating, and the internet has been absolutely fantastic for the conspiracy theorists. Absolute goldmine.

JD said...

I disagree somewhat ...I mean, there are plenty of paper trails, but who believes something so ...unbelievable? I think that's the big problem. We're all quite content to just say "Oh, that's crazy talk", which is why this stuff can happen. To me, there is plenty of proof for the MK-Ultra conspiracy alone to give it some credence. I don't know..I just think it's very achievable if it was put into motion 150 years ago...where they infiltrated every sect of any importance. Just follow the Federal Reserve, and the Rothschilds and Rockefellers...plenty of proof there, but nobody lumps it all together.

Grubber said...

I must admit I do find that your Federal Reserve is privately owned absolutely amazing. I only came across this fact about 5 years ago, and to tell you the truth was gobsmacked.

To me, what that reeks of is big business taking advantage of a situation to further their own goals, I would absolutely, 100% agree with you on that.

I have read a bit on conspiracies, and I will agree that there were some very murky financial dealings during WWII that I believe fall under war crimes, ie aiding the enemy, rather than anything else.

Have also read where large families like the Rothschilds, etc divested just prior to the stockmarket crash that preceeded the Depression. Again, I can believe that, but I think that would be more due to inside knowledge from various sources rather than a conspiracy combined with desire to get out and not lose their fortune.

I don't actually, how would you say, look down, or dismiss the Conspiracy Theorists, as it does one thing well, keeps the respective govts on their toes and lets them know that people are looking adn probing(no Alien abduction jokes please)

Is there a NWO coming? I just really have my doubts. Mainly because I doubt that human beings are smart enough to run it for that long (150 years) and not stuff something up.

Are human beings capable of thinking something like this up and trying to execute it?...absolutely, there are lots of people out there that are evil, and/or phsycologically stuffed in some way, that something like a NWO would appeal to them on some level.

I love discussing it though.

JD said...

Is there a NWO coming? I just really have my doubts. Mainly because I doubt that human beings are smart enough to run it for that long (150 years) and not stuff something up.

Are human beings capable of thinking something like this up and trying to execute it?...absolutely, there are lots of people out there that are evil, and/or phsycologically stuffed in some way, that something like a NWO would appeal to them on some level.

That's about where I fall on it. I believe that there are people that are trying to achieve these goals. I also think in some ways, they have succeeded. Obviously, in other areas, haven't. Not yet at least. Got to hand it to them though, plucking the best and brightest right out college, via Skull and Bones, then 33rd degree masons is a genius idea. It virtually guarantees influential status.

But as an aside, how did this Illuminati card/role playing have 9/11 so correct in 1995? It still can't be a coincidence's too descriptive.

Grubber said...

Sorry JD, had to head home last night, was going to give it a go and reply, but Wife was really tired after taking care of sick son all day, so put my best apron on and went to work taking care of her instead. Have broadband at home now(stayed up late last night keeping eye on son and installing it) so will give it a go from loving the speed!!!!!! ;-)

The Awful Writer said...

>how did this Illuminati card/role
>playing have 9/11 so correct in

Easy. The World Trade Center first was bombed by terrorists in 1993. Steve Jackson probably chose the World Trade Center image for the 'Terrorist Nuke' card because it was in the news while he was developing the game.

As far as the 'Pentagon' card goes, it makes sense to have a Pentagon card since anyone attacking the US would naturally target the Pentagon.

The comments on the web site about the other cards are just plain stupid. For example, the statement:

Don't you find it highly interesting that this game foresees the CDC creating and launching a biological attack on a "Place"!

No, I don't find it interesting. I find it humorous and ironic. The whole game was filled with that kind of humor and irony (I have the game, BTW).
Steve Jackson was designing a game about world domination so of course there are going to be cards like that in the game! There's no conspiracy, just good research and good imagination by the game designers.

JD said...

Awful-Let me first explain-I do not care about the comments on each card, as those are opinions, nothing more. The reason I used that site is because it's the only one I could find all of the cards pictured.

Also, so I don't come off as a cook, I don't think Jackson was the brains behind the 911 plan. While I can agree with you about him having a great imagination, the fact is those things are happening, whether 'ironic' or not, and they're happening just as described. As for the the CDC and the hilarious tongue in cheek way in which the card is depicted, it's not quite as funny when you realize just how much sense it makes, and that the AIDS virus is believed to have been caused by giving treatment to gays, through government channels, in the late 70's.

So, yes, there are coincidences. But sometimes you have to look past that BS word(coincidence, which basically is kind of a lazy way of glossing over things) and dig a little deeper.

A coincidence is "Hey, I just bought that CD too!". Not "Hey! I just described the biggest catastrophe in US history to a T, and even drew the pictures!"

Take that as you will, since I don't want to get into a whole conspiracy believer/nonbeliever arguement, because there's no sense to it.