Posted by: Johan Normark | November 1, 2009

2012: Conspiracy pt 1

One of the recurrent themes in the 2012 circus is conspiracy theory. The most popular conspiracy theory today is the one related to the 9/11 event (and in my post on numerology you can see that number 11 is important for these hoaxers). The 9/11 conspiracy basically says that it was the US government (including G W Bush) who was responsible for the attack on WTC and Pentagon. This has become an increasingly popular belief even in Sweden. I can just imagine what people will make up of 2012 when it becomes more familiar.

In some upcoming posts I will expose the ideas of these following conspiracy theorists who twist and bend the past in order to fit their own bizarre theories: David Wilcock (who claims the government hides the truth about our own alien connections out in the open) and Michael Tsarion who proposes quite similar ideas. I’ll probably include Lloyd Pye who argues scientists are brainwashing us in believing we descend from hominids when we actually are partially alien… I just need time to get through their piles of twisted arguments. It will not be an intellectual exercise.



  1. Ha! I think that your blog is actually a part of the whole conspiracy. It’s the old “pretend you’re fighting against the 2012 conspiracy” conspiracy.

    The truth is out there!

  2. There certainly are a lot of conspiracy theories out there. Now, I have had one for years about the JFK assassination. Never believed in the single bullet theory. But 9/11? I do not believe that was a Bush conspiracy. Doesn’t make me respect him on a higher level. I just don’t think he was involved.

  3. Ryan: Yes, I am conspiring myself. That is why they tried to bomb me a few days ago… I have the truth.

    Cher: There has for sure been real conspiracies before. However, once people introduce aliens into the conspiracy, it gives us good reasons to dismiss it immediately.

  4. I certainly agree that alien conspiracies are best kept in films as the fiction they are.

  5. “2012: Time for Change”
    projects a radical alternative to apocalyptic doom and gloom. Directed by Emmy Award nominee Joao Amorim, the film follows journalist Daniel Pinchbeck, author of the bestselling 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl, on a quest for a new paradigm that integrates the archaic wisdom of tribal cultures with the scientific method. As conscious agents of evolution, we can redesign post-industrial society on ecological principles to make a world that works for all. Rather than breakdown and barbarism, 2012 will herald the birth of a regenerative planetary culture, where collaboration replaces competition, where exploration of psyche and spirit becomes the new cutting edge, replacing the sterile materialism that has pushed our world to the brink.

    Interviews with design scientists, anthropologists, physicists such as Dean Radin, Barbara Marx Hubbard, John Todd and Paul Stamets and celebrities such as Sting, Ellen Page and Gilberto Gil.

  6. Pinchbeck is on my list of prophets of nonsense. I will for sure write about him within the upcoming three years.

  7. I am sorry if this sounds stupid, but I really dont understand. I have heard so many different stories about the mayan or nostrodomus. what the hell is the world going to do?

  8. The world, or rather people in this world, should skip ancient prophecies (and in the Maya case this “prophecy” is only made up by present hoaxers) and focus on real problems. Nostradamus did not predict anything that has happened (I will for sure write something about this prophet in the future). Do not rely on ancient texts that are so vague that they can be used to interpret almost everything that the interpreter wishes to. The skill of the hoaxer or prophet is to use these texts for their own convenience and fool others to believe in their nonsense.

  9. Came across your site while investigating the likes of Dan Burisch, Patrick Geryl and others. You almost had me until your statements of 9 11. You think that some brown guy in a cave with a laptop executed 9 11? And you think Geryl is nutz? The jury may still be out on the 2012 thingy but only a completely deluded individual would think that the 9 11 attacks were the job of 12 or so lone brown guys. YOu should look into the USS Liberty and the Lavon Affair. It may help to shed some light.

  10. Brown guys? I rest my case.

    • great job addressing his post.

      you’re intelligent. instead of making fun of critical comments, why not address them.

      if you’re as sure of your beliefs as you seem top be it shouldn’t be tough.

  11. OK, here is a slightly longer explanation. When someone refers to “brown guys” being incapable of executing the 9/11 event, I believe that person have racist opinions and I do not engage in conversations with such people.

  12. Thousands of architects,scientists ,Nuclear physicists, engineers, researchers, explosive experts, demolition teams,forensic experts, Doctors, Lawyers, politicians,pilots, the entire government of Italy ,witnesses, firefighters,police men all believe bombs were used …but you are a blogger who believes the people who made trillions of dollars of the attack are telling the truth… who should we believe?

    • That’s the spirit! Keep it up! Lol, “the entire government of Italy”. Well, that list itself makes it clear that we cannot believe you at least. Can you even believe yourself?


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