Sumer is the earliest known civilization in the historical region of southern Mesopotamia, modern-day southern Iraq, and arguably one of the first civilizations in the world. For the time period, Sumeria had access to incredibly advanced technology – some of which we use even to this day. Their technology included the wheel, the first known … Continue reading The Anunnaki and Their Quest for Gold
Underground military bases are real. All across the country, shelters have been dug into mountains to protect the government during times of chaos, nuclear war, or natural disaster. They contain all the elements needed to survive a prolonged cataclysm; living quarters, air and water processing facilities, communication hubs, training grounds, and even restaurants. The Cheyenne … Continue reading D.U.M.B.s – Deep Underground Military Bases
Mars is mysterious. When the first modern telescopes were becoming interesting, the astronomers of the period were already convinced that intelligent life existed on the Red Planet. Frank and Mike put this theory and more to the test as we travel the informational paradox that is Mars. Mars is no place for the faint-hearted. Arid, … Continue reading The Red Planet Chronicles 1.0
Art Bell was the Godfather of Alien and Conspiracy talk radio, and he sadly passed away in April, on Friday the 13th of 2018. We have a look back at some of his legacies and delve into some old school alien abductions over the years and up to the present day. If you’re positive this … Continue reading Alien Abductions? Seriously.
The moon has always been a gigantic source of mystery. Frank and Mike explore some nuance, some conspiracy, some free think and some other BS that you’d probably like to hear — mostly all about the moon. Among some questions we explore are — After spending billions in a race to the moon (and both … Continue reading Ancient Moon Mysteries Persist, Despite Modern Technology
If you follow any of the news cycles and process their narrative in any way, you will notice that they are very hostile to any other viewpoints. If somebody contradicts them in a factual or ideological fashion, they instantly dip into the same tiresome accusation, calling the opposition viewpoint(s) a “conspiracy theory”. To parse the … Continue reading “Conspiracy Theory” Is Not A Pejorative