Conspiracy theories in general are quite interesting.
The tools you need to really believe in one are a weird mixture of overestimating
the capabilities of one side, underestimating the capabilities of the other side,
biased preferrence of one explanation over another, a heavy dose of paranoia, and,
last but not least, "them" who fill all the gaps left open in the chain of logic.
One of my favourites is still this one...
Bah! I'll see your hollow earth and raise you reptiles from space that are secretly ruling the planet
Dixie, tell me this biggestsecret/biggestsecretbook/biggestsecret thing is a joke. Thats nearly
too good to be true.
"As Manly P. Hall, the Freemasonic historian, wrote:
“While the elaborate ceremonial magic of antiquity was not necessarily evil, there arose from its perversion several false schools of sorcery, or black magic...."
I have no doubt we can trace OBLs emergence as a terrorist back to these events.
I remember a version of that one from the late 1990's. At that time, Bill Clinton and the British royal family were their main co-conspirators. I wonder who they are today?
In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice, but in practice, there is. - Manfred Eigen