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Wednesday, September 15, 2004
Conspiracy Theory in the Imajica - Intro


Conspiracy Theory in the Imajica

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Conspiracy theories always begin and are then subsequently developed surrounding unknowns.  The unknowns or unknowable facts about things, events or situations in the past, present, or future are open to speculation, prophecy, purposeful misinformation, and sometimes serious investigation and research.  Often, conspiracy theories require some group of people with political, governmental, financial, technological, or religious power or position conspiring to have an effect on the future of society that will benefit the group at the expense of others not associated with their group by causing an event to take place or covering up an event that has taken place.  Sometimes, an intriguing conspiracy theory can develop around a purposeful hoax. 

The godfather of unknowable facts and another interesting social phenomenon is the apocalyptic vision.  These end-of-the-world conspiracy theories are typically rooted in religious documents and promulgated by believers of the particular prophecy of doom.  Most notably and cyclically believed at various times throughout history is the apocalyptic vision of the Book of Revelations in the Christian Bible, but it is not the only apocalyptic conspiracy theory.  Other end-of-the-world scenarios have emerged from archaelogical discoveries of the demise of various ancient civilizations, environmental and global modelling, and even the onlsaught of unknowns due to our hyper-advancing technological age.

As we explore various conspiracy theories, apocalyptic visions and hoaxes, we will find some of them to be very small and specific but others will be large and encompassing.  The majority of conspiracy theories are controversial in some way.  While their controversial nature may be very offensive to some people -- especially when ethnicity or religious belief is involved -- that is also the very thing that makes them interesting.  Together, we may be able to further categorize and describe these conspiracy theories, while at the same time, end up being no closer to explaining them further or solving any of the mystery surrounding them.

It is my intention to explore these conspiracy theories interactively.  I encourage you to utilize the comment function to add to the discussion of various entries.  Hopefully, you can add to the research and help give an upgraded version to a particular conspiracy theory entry here on Thunderstorms.  In addition, you can also write up your own research on your favorite conspiracy theory and submit it.  As we add entries, we will also be organizing and expanding the resource list.

In conclusion, Conspiracy Theory in the Imajica will begin with my own entries on various items that may simply interest me, but it will become more entertaining and interesting as you participate with your own comments and conspiracy theory suggestions and submissions.  Remember that this is supposed to fun, but don't ever forget that they are really out there and they're going to get you.

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