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Russian Meteor Conspiracy Theory

OK, so a meteor supposedly exploded over the Ural mountains the same day as another asteroid is going to zip underneath some of our communication satellites. Coincidence? I think not!

Seriously though, the meteor today had an explosive yield equivalent to a small tactical nuclear device air-bursting in the atmosphere. Although lots of people were injured, the damage was as nothing compared to the infamous Tunguska incident in 1908, which it is estimated had a yield equivalent to a maximum of 30 megatons of TNT. By way of comparison, this is 1000 times that of Nagasaki, and 2/3 that of the largest nuclear device known to have been exploded ever.

I say known to have exploded, because, seriously, how do we know it was a real meteorite? This leads me to my Grand Conspiracy Theory – which, if any Hollywood Film Producers are reading, is © me, Alex Sumner 2013, and I will only accept serious donations to the Alex Sumner Appreciation Fund to licence it out. It is this:


Think about it. If you read descriptions of e.g. the Tunguska event, you will notice that the recorded phenomena are indistinguishable from that of an air-bursting nuclear device, to wit: a blinding flash of light; intense heat; a blast wave; and the sound of a large explosion. Hence, if the Shadow World Government wanted, they could detonate a nuclear device over someone they don’t like, and then get their contacts in the media to report it as another meteor. Sounds implausible? Not if they public are already used to the idea of meteors hitting the earth.

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Royal Society

Was up at Freemasons’ Hall in London yesterday and popped in to the Freemasonry and the Royal Society Exhibition in the Library and Museum of Freemasonry. The main thrust of it is that many of the founders of the Royal Society were – and perhaps their current members still are – Freemasons, e.g. Elias Ashmole, Desaguliers, etc.

The stated origin of the Royal Society is illuminating to say the least:

The origins of the Royal Society lie in an “invisible college” of natural philosophers who began meeting in the mid-1640s to discuss the ideas of Francis Bacon. Its official foundation date is 28 November 1660, when 12 of them met at Gresham College after a lecture by Christopher Wren, the Gresham Professor of Astronomy, and decided to found ‘a Colledge for the Promoting of Physico-Mathematicall Experimentall Learning’. This group included Wren himself, Robert Boyle, John Wilkins, Sir Robert Moray, and William, Viscount Brouncker.
History of the Royal Society

In other words, what we have here is not just a Masonic institution, but a group of individuals who attempted and succeeded to create a society based on the model of the Rosicrucians – i.e. the Invisible College.

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99 Problems But Being A Mason Isn’t One

Another blog post in my series of presenting an insider’s guide to the New World Order.

How quickly all talk of Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol fades from the public consciousness. If Google News is to be believed at all, the only hot topic in Freemasonry at the moment would appear to be whether rapper Jay Z is on the square or not. However when I researched it, apparently it is not a new story at all, it goes back to at least 2007. Apparently the evidence goes like this:

  • Jay Z read the Latin inscription which is printed on the back of the $1 bill in one of his lyrics – and now he is a member of the NWO.

Get real! By that definition any American can get into the club by reading their own currency.

  • There is a picture of Jay Z on the net giving Nas a funny handshake.

OK the guy does look as if his thumb is bent at an unusual angle. But I would be slow to draw conclusions from this.

  • He is a successful rapper and has earned millions.

Hmm? Might this not be more to do with the fact that people have been buying his records? Masons cannot actually produce money out of thin air, you know.

In fact, the evidence for saying that Jay Z is a mason is pretty slim. He has not done anything which could not have been achieved by not being a mason. In my opinion, the only sign of a conspiracy would have been if his contacts had managed to get him an unusual gig, which he would not have been able to get otherwise – say for example headlining at a major British festival traditionally reserved for rock acts only. 😉

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