Thursday, June 21, 2007

The Grand Unified Conspiracy Theory

Finally, a Grand Unified Conspiracy Theory.

Well, it ignores the JFK assassination, "all your base are belong to us," and AIDS, but other than that, it's all here, rolled into one conspiratorial disinformation campaign that would make Eris ("All Hail Discordia!") wet her pants with pride.

According to this video, the 9-11 tragedy was a "mega-ritual" involving the Twin Towers as the Masonic pillars Boaz and Jachin, coordinated by Aleister Crowley's grandson, George W. Bush, to open a stargate between the Abrahamic mega-cults and the god Pan.

Throw in some off-the-wall references to Adam Weishaupt and the Bavarian Illuminati, Egyptian pyramids, The Simpsons, Grey aliens, the Grand Mosque of Mecca, corporate sculpture, Kaballah, Isis, Atlantis, Masonic tracing boards and the Blazing Star, the film Fight Club, the "cuboid" Ark of the Covenant, and to not only the shape of the wizard's head in the original film The Wizard of Oz but to the set of 1978's The Wiz (starring Michael Jackson and Diana Ross), and you have yourself a bizarrely entertaining 10-minute video that leaves you with the distinct feeling that there are some amazingly creative and insane people out there with basic cinematic editing skills.

Thanks to McBlogger for pointing out this video.

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  1. Ha! Ha! I just LOVE that they include a clip from a "Simpsons" episode. Really makes their credibility meter go up!

  2. I especially liked the G.W. Bush is Crowley's grandson conspiracy twist.

    As far as I know, that particular "fact" was first presented on the Cannonfire blog in 2006.

    April 1, 2006, to be precise.

    — W.S.

  3. Wow... the Simpsons KNEW about 911 - and the wizard of Oz... brilliant... it's all so clear to me now.

  4. Hilarious! I think I wet my pants!

    Either that is the most cleverly done spoof of conspiracy theories I have ever seen or some wanne-be academic needs to be sent to Bellevue.

    WS: Please, please, please give us more of this on your blog. It made my day!

    Fraternally yours,
    The Libertarian

  5. It was almost like the thing was a spoof of conspiracy theories. The entire Simpsons refrence was the best.

    Still, they never addressed the 'why' part, but I am sure that will be in another video.


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