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Government Contractor Briefs The D.O.D On “Off-World Vehicles Not Made On This Earth”

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What Happened: Eric W. Davis, a renowned astrophysicist who worked as a subcontractor and then a consultant for the Pentagon UFO program since 2007, recently stated that, in some cases, the examination of the material retrieved from some UFOs has, according to the New York times, “failed to determine their source” which has led Davis to conclude that “We couldn’t make it ourselves.” The New York times went on to explain “Davis, who now works for Aerospace Corp, a defence contractor, said he gave a classified briefing to a Defence Department Agency as recently as March about retrievals from off-world vehicles not made on this Earth.”

Here are a few of his publications if you’re interested in exploring further.

How cool would it have been to have been at that briefing? The New York Times is claiming, or was told, that the government could not identify the source, but according to Davis, they clearly know that these materials are not made from Earth.

As a side note, the picture you see at the top of this article comes from NASA/Lockheed senior scientist Norman Bergrun,  taken from the Voyager mission in 1980. It’s an unidentified craft that is extremely and unimaginably large. Norman believes these are “extraterrestrial vehicles.”  The Voyager mission was tasked with photographing Saturn, its rings and its moons. You can read more about that specific story and the picture here.

When someone like Eric Davis speaks, it’s hard not to take notice of what he is saying and explore it with an open mind. For many years he was a member of the National Institute for Discovery Sciences (NIDS) (Owned by Robert Bigelow), the Chief Science Officer of EarthTech Int’l, Inc. and the Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin in Austin, Texas. He is the Owner/Chief Executive/Chief Scientist of Warp Drive Metrics who consults and contracts for the Department of Defence. He is also an Adjunct Professor in the Early Universe, Cosmology and Strings Group at the Center for Astrophysics, Space Physics & Engineering Research at Baylor University in Waco, TX.

Davis has hinted to the idea that he himself is aware of the source of these objects, just as many others have as well. The New York Times doesn’t touch on that in their reporting however. We’ll explore the potential reason why the NYT left that out in a moment.

“yes there have been crashed craft, and bodies recovered.”- Apollo 14 astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell. (source)

Why This Matters

We now have testimony from hundreds of “high ranking individuals,” not to mention actual video footage, pictures, radar tracking and other electro-optical data that has been released into the public domain. Yet there still remains such a high level of secrecy and such a limited story that is told to the public, all while a slow campaign to reveal this information is beginning.

The statement below from Victor Marchetti, former special assistant to the Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, doesn’t seem to hold so true anymore, at least the last part.

“We have, indeed, been contacted — perhaps even visited — by extraterrestrial beings, and the US government, in collusion with the other national powers of the Earth, is determined to keep this information from the general public.” (Second Look, Volume 1, No 7, Washington, DC, May, 1979)

This is confusing for many who are paying attention, because for so long the human race has been subjected to an “official campaign of ridicule and secrecy” about UFOs and ETs. (Ex-CIA Director Roscoe Hillenkoetter) So why all of the disclosure all of the sudden? When mainstream media covers big topics, based on my observations, there is usually a staggering amount of manipulation and disinformation involved. Is this what we will see, or are seeing with the UFO topic now that it is becoming popular in the mainstream? I don’t know, is it a possibility? Yes. You can read more about that specific topic in the article linked below, if interested.

Do UFOs represent some sort of threat? Or Is This Idea Just Government Propaganda

Or are they simply preparing humanity for the inevitable?

Navigating the UFO topic, and deciphering between credible information and misinformation can be difficult. Note the Roscoe Hillenkoetter quote above, but also note others have come forward claiming that it was their job to spread misinformation within the field, like former a retired Air Force Special investigations officer (AFSIO) Richard Doty. You can read more about that here.

Scientist and renowned UFO research Jacques Valle has also come across documents that show, in his words, conclusively, that the CIA was conducting fake alien abductions in South America as part of their psychological warfare program. You can read more about that here.

Has there been misinformation spread into the field of UFOs, which represents a very real phenomenon? Why? Based on what I’ve come across, it’s simply to create a divide amongst the UFO community, as well as make it harder to determine what is real, what is not, what is true, and what is not true, thus making it hard to arrive at any kind of real truth that people can unite behind.

What The New York Times Didn’t Tell You

When it comes to Eric Davis, there is a very important story to be told and it deals with one of the biggest and most significant leaks in UFO history when it comes to documentation. The document in question goes into detail about a meeting that was had between Dr. Eric Davis, and Vice Admiral Thomas Ray Wilson.

Since the leak of this document, there has been no denial publicly by Davis regarding the authenticity of these documents, and the focal point of the document is about a meeting (and what happened after that meeting) that took place in 1997 between UFO researcher Dr. Steven Greer, Admiral Wilson, Dr. Edgar Mitchell (Apollo 14 astronaut) and other high ranking individuals within the military. This meeting was spoken about by Dr. Greer and Dr. Mitchell nearly four years prior to the leak of these documents, so it’s all very interesting

The Takeaway

The topic of UFOs leaves no aspect of humanity untouched. It has huge implications for human consciousness, and opens up new understandings about the nature of reality, history, science, technology, metaphysics, and much more.  At the end of the day, change ultimately doesn’t come from new discoveries and technology, it comes from the consciousness behind these new discoveries and technology. People say there are technologies out there that can drastically change the world and help us all thrive, but again, it’s not the technology, it’s our level of consciousness that determines how this technology will be used, or not used.

What are we going to do with the information that we learn? Why would we use our most advanced technology for weaponry and population control? Why would we not use it to create a world that will help everyone thrive? Perhaps looking out into the unknown provides a message of looking at ourselves within, and questioning what exactly it is we are doing on this planet, and why we are doing it. The primary reason humanity uses these techs for war instead of peace and a thriving world is because we are simply in a state of unconsciousness and are tied to a story of separation. As we expand our awareness into who we truly are, our connection to oneness, the fabric of our reality, begins to change how we operate and use technology on this planet.

Human beings have the potential to create an experience where everyone can thrive. The expansion and evolution of consciousness is vital, and the reality that we are not alone and have likely been visited many times is truly a global paradigm-shifting reality.

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Paranormal Encounters During Covid-19 – Did We Experience Greater Spirit Activity During Lockdown?

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Nikki HarperGuest Writer

2020 has been something of a global experiment in social isolation, fear and human coping mechanisms. Although much of the world is now out of what we might call ‘total lockdown’, research is starting to filter through which provides fascinating insights into human behavior during these unprecedented months.

One of the more offbeat revelations to have surfaced is that there appears to have been a global upswing in reports of paranormal activity during the months April, May and June, when many countries were at the height of their lockdown periods.

What’s going on here? Have we really been seeing more ghosts? Many articles, like this one from the New York Times, seem to think so – or is there something else at the root of this?

I’m what I would call a sceptical spiritualist. I believe in spiritualist principles and I have occasionally witnessed excellent mediumship which I can’t explain as well as occurrences I can’t discount – however, much of the mediumship I see (and I’ve sat through thousands of hours of it through many years of running a spiritualist centre) provides only poor evidence of life after death and honestly convinces no one of anything. For this reason, I’d love to consider an upswing in ghostly sightings as evidence that perhaps we have been joined by more spirit beings during the lockdown – but I’m also drawn to considering psychological reasons why people may have thought they were experiencing something paranormal when they really weren’t.

2019 YouGov survey reports that 45% of American believe that ghosts exist; a much older but still interesting report from the Pew Research Center asserted in 2009 that 29% of people believed they had interacted with or sensed a spirit presence, and 18% had actually seen something they believed to be a ghost or spirit.

There are not insignificant numbers to begin with, and this of course was pre-pandemic.

Possible Psychological Explanations for An Upswing in Paranormal Experiences

It’s relatively easy to find reasons to be sceptical of the apparent increase in paranormal activity during the lockdown period.

For a start, much of the world was more or less confined to home. If you’re normally in your home for only around 14 hours a day, and then suddenly you’re there consistently for a full 23-24 hours every day, you’re going to start noticing things more.

Even newer houses make noises depending on temperature and weather conditions; if you suddenly notice your home creaking or squeaking or popping or groaning or doing any of the other repertoire of noises homes appear to be able to make, it’s not surprising that you might think it was haunted. But do you really know that it hasn’t been making those same noises most days, pre-lockdown, when you just weren’t there to hear them?

Factor in also that during the lockdown period, many people were fearful or psychologically stressed, whether about the virus itself or about the possibility of losing their livelihoods. Research such as this study by Peter Suedfeld in back in 1987 found that stress, boredom and danger can all alter our perceptions slightly as search for coping mechanisms, and that a sense of presence can be one effect of this.

Many people were also lonely or feeling isolated during the lockdown period. Interestingly, anecdotal evidence suggests that those who felt particularly stressed or lonely during this period were more likely to report a comforting spirit presence, which they may have believed to be a family member, or least a non-frightening presence. Could this have to do with the psychological need for company or a reassuring presence during a time of great worry?

One other factor to consider is that heuristics – mental shortcuts we tend to take without even realising it – suggests that we’re more likely to classify an experience as such and such if we’re aware that others are also experiencing this. In other words, if you’re aware that many other people seem to be experiencing something paranormal, you’re more likely to classify your own experience that way, rather than just assuming your floorboards are dodgy. The same principle may account for the upsurge in disturbing dreams during Covid-19.

Clearly there are a number of sceptical theories then as to why an increase in paranormal activity may have been reported, and a lot of these theories do make perfect sense.

But then, what if there really were an increase in spirit presence around us during this time?

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An Increase in Spirit Activity – or Perhaps an Increase in Spiritual Awareness?

Could it be, perhaps, that loved ones in spirit really did draw closer to many of us than before during this time of great stress? Were they intending to offer comfort, or guidance?

Perhaps even more intriguingly, could it instead be that the same levels of spirit presence are around us as at any other time – but that we have collectively become more open to experiencing spirit presence and spirit visitations? Have some of us successfully raised our vibrations to a point where we’re more likely to experience mediumistic phenomena including spirit sounds, sightings or touch?

The lockdown period was the perfect opportunity for many people to work on their own spiritual development, and it could well be that many people found time to meditate, ‘sit in the power’, open up spiritually and simply build their awareness of other dimensions around them.

Only time will tell whether 2020 really has created spiritual growth opportunities for much of mankind. If indeed it has, an increase in paranormal activity and spirit sightings may be a fascinating first glimpse of higher levels of consciousness in a wider array of the population.

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Was Stanley Kubrick Telling Us Something With His 1999 Film ‘Eyes Wide Shut’?

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Stanley Kubrick’s last film before his untimely death, ‘Eyes Wide Shut,’ starring Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman was perceived as a puzzle to many. This film was loaded with occult symbolism and featured an elaborate masquerade party involving orgies and sacrifices. Kubrick passed away from an apparent heart attack just days after screening his film to the studio. Was this simply a coincidence? After watching the film, and the short video below, you can decide for yourself.

Kubrick was viewed by many as one of the greatest filmmakers of our time; his films were often viewed as masterpieces and works of art. Perhaps most well-known for his films ‘2001: A Space Odyssey and ‘The Shining,’ Kubrick was not afraid to push the boundaries and often went places that no other filmmakers had gone before.

Any Kubrick fan likely knows of the hidden messages and symbolism that was always incorporated into his films. Some brush these off as a mere conspiracy, but those who decide to dig deeper into the hidden meaning behind these symbols find it easy to see that Stanley was trying to tell us something.

Eyes Wide Shut

This film was Kubrick’s last, and for those who are aware of what is really going on behind the scenes in regards to the elite societies that run our world, it is easy to see why. Eyes Wide Shut was actually filmed in a Rothschild mansion and the events that took place in this film are eerily similar to a real masquerade party that took place in the 70’s. It only takes a little bit of research to see that these elite parties often have themes relating to some form of satanic rituals. At the Rothschild’s Party, there were photos of how the place was decorated, with doll parts and blood everywhere. With the menu featuring words to describe human flesh.

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What Did Kubrick Know?

It would seem that perhaps Kubrick knew too much for his own good and attempted to expose what was really going on behind closed doors. Was he invited to one of these parties and got a first-hand account of what was going on? Perhaps someone had confided in him about events that were witnessed. We will never be able to know for sure, but it is clear that with his very last film Kubrick was trying to tell us something. If you have seen the film, you may have finished it feeling confused, and perhaps that something important was missing. There have been a number of rumours that a whole 20 minutes of the film was cut after Kubrick presented it to the studio. This footage is missing and unattainable, and what’s even fishier, is Kubrick’s death just days after the film was screened. The official cause of death was a heart attack, but many believe that his death was merely made to look like a heart attack and there was some more sinister work at play. If Kubrick was murdered for revealing too much, it could have been used as a threat for others who may have been thinking of doing the same to keep their mouths shut.

The short, 20-minute documentary below, ‘The REAL Eyes Wide Shut’ goes into this theory more deeply and points out some of the blatant symbolism used in Kubrick’s last film, Eyes Wide Shut.

The REAL Eyes Wide Shut

After watching this documentary, what do you think? Was Kubrick trying to tell us something that ultimately got him murdered?

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The Legend Of The Chronovisor, A ‘Time Machine’ Hidden In The Vatican

From the 1960s until the 1990s, Father Pellegrino Ernetti claimed that he helped create a time machine called the Chronovisor, which he used to observe the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

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From the still-unsolved disappearance of Emanuela Orlandi in 1983 to a covert collection of documents known as the Apostolic Archive, the Vatican is seemingly shrouded in secret. Of all the Vatican’s purported secrets, however, the sci-fi legend of the Chronovisor has to be its most bizarre.

Said to be a device with the ability to see through time, the existence of the Chronovisor has never been proven, but a 2002 book by Vatican priest Father François Brune says otherwise.

According to Brune, the Chronovisor was developed by Father Pellegrino Ernetti, a Benedictine monk. Ernetti allegedly kept the device secret until the early 1960s when he confided in Brune and told him that 12 scientists, including famed physicist Enrico Fermi and former Nazi scientist Wernher von Braun, helped him to build it.

Made of cathode rays, antennae, and metals that received sound and light signals on all wavelengths, the Chronovisor purportedly allowed the team of scientists to document events of the past, including the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The machine, therefore, could validate the teachings of the Bible, simply by providing a first-hand look into the past.

The Chronovisor Was Allegedly Built By A NASA Engineer
Enrico Fermi
Enrico Fermi, who allegedly helped build the Chronovisor, won the Nobel Prize in physics in 1938.

The de facto resource on the Chronovisor is Brune’s 2002 book, Le Nouveau Mystère du Vatican. In it, Brune explains how he met Father Ernetti on a boat ride across Venice’s Grand Canal in the early 1960s. Like Brune, Ernetti was well-versed in the history of ancient languages, which made for natural conversation. But soon, Ernetti directed their chat toward science.

Brune had been expounding on the many ways in which the Christian Bible could be interpreted when Ernetti suggested that he had access to the truth via a time-traveling device.

Ernetti claimed that he and a group of renowned scientists came together in a mutual quest to uncover the past. One scientist was Fermi, who won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1938, and another was the ex-Nazi von Braun, whose work at NASA got America to the moon.

Nazi-turned-NASA scientist Wernher von Braun (center).
Nazi-turned-NASA scientist Wernher von Braun (center).

According to Ernetti, the device had several antennae, three of which were made of “mysterious” metals that picked up sound and light waves across their entire respective spectrums.

A “direction finder” on the device was allegedly tuned into the specific era one wanted to view, while a screen displayed it and a recording device captured the footage.

The Chronovisor was thus more of a window into the past than a time machine. Ernetti said it worked like a television, catching echoes from days long gone that had been “floating” in space — and he claimed to have seen some astonishing things.

The Device Revealed The Bible’s Most Important Moments
Purported blueprints for the device.
Purported blueprints for the device.

Ernetti recounted how he witnessed Marcus Tullius Cicero’s speech to the Roman senate in 63 B.C. “His gestures, his intonation,” Ernetti effused. “How powerful they were! What flights of oratory.” Ernetti made additional, increasingly bolder claims, such as having observed the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

From the founding of the Roman Empire to the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, Ernetti alleged that he and his team had taken a peek into some of the most important events in the Bible.

On May 2, 1972, an Italian publication called La Domenica del Corriere published his claim. Titled “A Machine That Photographs The Past Has Finally Been Invented,” the article covered Ernetti’s shocking statements for all of Italy to read.

Alongside the admittedly dubious claims, the magazine published an alleged photograph from the Chronovisor that Ernetti claimed captured the Romans crucifying Jesus Christ. The 1972 article also purported that Ernetti had witnessed the Last Supper and kept a photograph of the Biblical event for himself as a souvenir.

One of the many articles documenting Ernetti’s claims.
One of the many articles documenting Ernetti’s claims.

Ernetti maintained until his death in 1994 that the machine had been hidden away by the Vatican in order to safeguard it from falling into the wrong hands. Interestingly, the Vatican decreed in 1988 that “anyone using an instrument of such characteristics would be excommunicated.”

Shortly before he died, Ernetti wrote an open letter adamantly reiterating that the device was real. He claimed that “Pope Pius XII forbade us to disclose any details about this device because the machine was very dangerous. It can restrain the freedom of man.”

The purported photo of Jesus (left) and a curiously similar painting (right) created long before Ernetti released this image.
The purported photo of Jesus (left) and a curiously similar painting (right) created long before Ernetti released this image.

As tantalizing as the Chronovisor may sound, many of Ernetti’s claims about it have since been debunked. Sceptics have maintained that his purported photograph of Jesus was merely a cheap reproduction of a statue housed in an Umbrian church. Another magazine argued that the photo was merely a reversed image of Jesus from a postcard made in the Italian town of Collevalenza.

In 1996, Paracelsus magazine issued further critiques of Ernetti’s claims. The piece questioned why Ernetti hadn’t published detailed instructions on how to build the device in order to legitimize his claims. Furthermore, the article revealed how the Chronovisor’s design bore a stark resemblance to a similar device in a 1947 sci-fi novella.

Brune died a believer in the Chronovisor in 2019.

Some say that Father Pellegrino Ernetti confessed to having fabricated the whole story before his death on April 8, 1994, but this remains hotly contested. With von Braun, Fermi, Ernetti, and Brune now dead, only the intriguing mystery remains.

In that sense, the Chronovisor has stood the test of time as a Vatican mystery for the ages.

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European Defence Industry Claims It Will Crack Down On UFO & ET Discussion

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In a recent tweet from the European Commission’s Defence Industry and Space (DEFIS), they claimed they will begin to crack down on online discussion relating to Flat Earth, UFOs, and Aliens as they feel there is disinformation permeating all sectors of our society when it comes to these subjects. They intend on working with the EU Digital Services Act to put a plan in place in the coming months.

Who knows what their plan will look like when it’s ready, but it falls in line with a rapidly building culture within government of taking mass control of narratives that are controversial and important to the general public. In the process, government and mainstream media seem to be the only ones allowed to have a voice anyone can hear.

At first glance, the move by DEFIS might seem a useful tactic, after all there is disinformation being spread about all of these topics. But who decides what is disinformation and what isn’t? What if information is in fact real and suddenly that content is ‘censored’ in the wide net that is cast to stop this apparent problem? How will the public even know what is being censored and what is not? Will this push control over who can talk about and disseminate ‘facts’ about these topics to mainstream media and government only?

Before we might jump into the idea that my questions above may come from a paranoid mind, let’s look at the facts.

There has been a long held veil of secrecy around the UFO subject for years. Governments deny realities that their own intelligence communities know are real. With the recent US Navy UFO videos that were released a couple of years ago, people began to realize that a subject long ridiculed was in fact heavily studied by governments, even as they pretended as if nothing was there. This caused a huge resurgence in a fascinating topic that deeply touches the very worldviews that inspire how we design and live our lives.

In 2017 when we all saw the US Navy footage released, did it not suggest that perhaps the US government had known about this phenomenon for decades? How long might government lie about other pieces of information related to the UFO topic before they come out saying it was true all along? Like they did in 2019, confirming the Navy footage was authentic.

Let’s take a quick look at the next obvious question people ask when thinking about a UFO sighting: “Who is manning that craft? A human? An ET? Is it remote controlled?”

That question brings up the next: what evidence do we have of ET bodies? With this we inevitably all know that there is no publicly available evidence that suggest beyond any reasonable doubt that an ET body exists, however, we have credible whistleblowers from institutions many often trust who have stated quite clearly that government knows about different ET species and even has ET bodies. Do we trust them? Can we be more open to this reality given their testimony? If not, why do we trust these types of credentialed people for COVID information but not ET information?

Which leads to even bigger questions: do we really lack the information to make informed decisions about the UFO and ET phenomenon? Or are we too busy protecting our existing worldview to take an honest and unbiased look?

Popular By Design?

I also want to point out that I’ve noticed an interesting phenomenon take place within media as it relates to controversial conversations and it makes me hypothesize whether there are ulterior motives involving social engineering at play. I’ll explain. But before I do, let me be clear, I don’t support the idea of censorship or the banning of free speech. I don’t believe certain people should be censored while others not.

It’s no secret that in recent years, many people have been losing trust in government and mainstream media due to a lack of transparency, obvious agendas, and consistent lies. People have no reason to fully trust these sources anymore, and so they have looked elsewhere with different perspectives. As a result, independent media has gained a lot more influence when it comes to informing public perception. You might imagine that those with a monopoly on information might not be too happy about this. Powerful and wealthy people who enjoy having the media outlets they bought to influence public perception would see a loss in their power as well.

When I think of things like the resurgence of the ‘flat earth’ discussion that began years ago on Reddit, YouTube, and other social media sites, I wonder how and why this random topic blows up in pop culture instead of fizzling out like so many other trends do.

With flat earth, people began adamantly claiming that beyond all reasonable doubt, the earth was flat, and this was the biggest secret kept from humanity. Huge YouTube channels popped up, documentaries were made about it, and major NBA and pop culture influencers were all on board.

I decided to look into it all for a few days, and as an open minded person and journalist who spends a ton of time reading paranormal and supernatural research, the evidence and arguments for a flat earth were bad. I didn’t see any reason to take it seriously. This doesn’t mean I wouldn’t look at a new piece of evidence should someone provide one, but from having looked into the subject, there really isn’t anything there that is worth time in exploring further.

Is it possible that subjects like this are seeded out into the collective consciousness to see what people will pick up on? What they will believe? Perhaps an experiment by intelligence agencies who seem obsessed with sniffing habits, data, and culture through mass surveillance?

The resurgence of flat earth and the amount of clout it was getting in pop culture made me feel odd. Was it being placed into large conversations and given so much algorithmic power on social media so that a topic so obviously wrong can now be the focus of a pointing finger that says: “see, look what happens when people talk online, they believe crazy things.” I wasn’t incredibly convinced by my theory, but I was open to it. However it was further solidified when the Q phenomenon took over next.

The Q phenomenon, or as it’s known in the mainstream ‘Qanon,’ is based on the idea that a secret group of ‘patriots behind Donald Trump were working to pull off an intelligence operation to inform the public that Trump and team were poised to take down an evil cabal that ran the world. This subject was everywhere. Mainstream media covered it constantly, using it to show how everyone who believed in it were unhinged, crazy, conspiracy theorists who likely had sociopathic tendencies. It made its way into politics and was brought up in countless mainstream discussions leading into the 2020 US election. It became a clear cultural position: “if you believe in Qanon and the subjects related to it, you’re a dangerous and crazy conspiracy theorist.”

Once that was clear and in place, mainstream pundits and other pop culture voices began using “Qanon” to take down anyone who believed in discussing any other controversial subject. Vaccines, COVID, UFOs, Aliens, you name it – if you wanted to ask questions about these topics in a way that was not accepted in the mainstream, you might as well be one of those crazy “Qanon” people.

Then comes the discussion of evidence. For “Q” it was one of those you either believe or you don’t type conspiracies. But with so many of the other topics being systematically linked to Q, like vaccines or UFOs, does it matter if there is actual evidence to support the controversial conversations people are having? It would appear that it doesn’t, because the culture had made any of these subjects synonymous with the more extreme and unfounded views seen within Q enthusiasts.

Did the Q phenomenon become a useful tool for censorship? An opportunity to grab hold of every controversial narrative and say no one can talk about this except for trusted sources, or else look… crazy Qanon people will shoot up Capitol Hill if we don’t stop all of this madness.

Back in the summer of 2020 I wrote an essay called “Conspireality: Time for a Serious Conversation?” Its purpose was to have a discussion about the fact that YES, conspiracy is real, it exists, and your government lies to you, we know this for a fact, but it doesn’t mean that EVERYTHING is a conspiracy. It also goes on to suggest that we have to be more discerning in critical in our thinking and exploration of these topics, as some information is flat out false and it takes away from the legitimate information that can be focused on to create change.

Further, it suggests that if we aren’t careful as a culture, big tech and governments will work to shut down any inquiry into these topics as too many are going about it in an unbalanced way, often with no evidence or fake evidence. It’s my feeling that this approach doesn’t help with meaningful progression and conversation, but actually pulls down all conversation around controversial topics.

So I asked, are people going about this information in that manner actually speeding up the censorship process? After all, much of what they post is indeed false.

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I said, and still say, all of this with first-hand experience. Having had our social media accounts shut down, demonetized, our website removed from Google news, all because we talk about subjects that sound like the ‘crazy Qanon people or flat earthers.’ It doesn’t matter that we go about these subjects in a credible, evidence based manner, we are guilty by association. This inevitably led me to ask: is it possible that powerful social engineers actually spent time focusing deeply on some of these extreme topics purposefully, to set up a call and need to take down that which was obviously false, and bring down all other ‘uncontrollable’ yet truth-filled conversations in the process?

I can’t help but see that these subjects acted as a magnet to suck all sound alike conversations into the abyss of censorship. And even as we watched it all happened, many of my colleagues criticized me for simply bringing forth the question: should we be thinking more critically about which conspiracies are real and which are not, and how we might go about having a more grounded conversation about it all so that mass culture doesn’t cancel ALL conversation?

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