Conspiracy Theories About America
Taxed To Death
Bohemian Grove Is Our Real Government Center
Another contender for America's shadow government are the men who meet annually in Bohemian Grove. Originally founded in 1872, Bohemian Club members have met at a private California campground for two weeks of casual meetings – and possibly something more sinister. Conspiracy theorists such as Alex Jones believe that the private meetings that take place are used to make America's true policy and keep the real agenda off the books. The Bohemian Club has hosted some very illustrious members.
It was there that the Manhattan Project, which led to the development of the first atomic bomb, was conceived. Since 1923, all Republican and some Democratic presidents have been in attendance over the course of each summer. Perhaps one of the most jarring pieces of evidence that points to further shadowy business in the Grove is the Cremation of Care ceremony, in which a giant owl prop is burned in the flames, signifying that for the next two weeks no attendee need care about anything.
The 16th amendment, which created the IRS and gave Congress the authority to collect income tax, was ratified in 1913. By 1917, with millions of American men off to fight in the trenches of France, women began to enter the workforce. For the most part, they returned home when the men did, but WWII saw the same labor pattern: the men went off to fight and the women went off to work.
The history books would have you believe that it was patriotism and necessity that brought women into the workforce, but celebrated filmmaker Aaron Russo claimed that a friend, a member of the Rockefeller family, boasted that the only reason women were allowed to work was because it doubled the federal tax income, which was then used to fund globalization interests of the New World Order. Other conspiracy theorists have taken up this unsubstantiated rumor.
We Control Minds
The U.S. government has come a long way since George Washington told the truth about chopping down a cherry tree. Starting in the 1940s, the government purportedly experimented with magnetic mind control. In 1943, scientists using electromagnetic shielding techniques rendered a giant navy ship invisible both to radar and the naked eye. The Philadelphia Experiment, as the disappearance was known, has been wholeheartedly denied by the Navy.
The same Philadelphia Experiment researchers supposedly met nearly a decade later to continue their work, but this time they wanted to use electromagnetic technology as a means of psychological warfare. In a riveting 1994 radio interview with Art Bell, Preston Nichols, who claimed to work on the project, recounted specific details of the Montauk site using radio wave frequencies to run experiments on human consciousness.
We Stole The Greatest Inventions Of All Time
Nicola Tesla, a titan of science and responsible for countless aspects of modern life, was perhaps best known is his invention of AC power. Yet, the quintessential mad scientist died penniless in a New York hotel room, driven to debt and reclusion by the power brokering of Thomas Edison and J.P. Morgan.
When Tesla died in 1943, he left behind two truckloads of papers and another 75 crates and trunks of scientific papers and effects. The federal government, under the direction of J. Edgar Hoover, deemed the material top secret and had it microfilmed and studied. Some researchers believe keys to fusion free energy and other inventions have been hoarded by the government its partnering corporations ever since.