Friday, 10 February 2017

Conspiracy Theories - My Top Five Favourites

One of my favourite things to do when it's late at night and I have nothing to do, is go onto Pinterest and type in those two words. Yep and I go that far that after a while I really do start to freak myself out. I start to question things like 'What kind of world are we living in?' and 'We already knew world governments were lying to us but man could they be REALLY lying to us?' That one might not of made sense but for me it did. Now due to the fact that I can type in Conspiracy Theory into google and spend a good couple of hours getting mind f**ked, I do have some favourites. 3 of these are government related and then the last two are concerning two films. So if you love Grease and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory then I wouldn't look, there's a possibility this will ruin it for you.

Nasa - Faking the Moon Landing

I want to believe this one happened but the evidence against this to be a conspiracy theory is insane, now there's many points leading to it's fakeness but there's two that go ahead to prove it was faked. 1.) The flag Buzz Aldrin planted into the surface on the moon moves in a way that would suggest there be oxygen on the moon and we all know there is no oxygen on the moon, so why is the flag floating? huh Nasa? The flag should have hung by the pole. It should not be floating up there. 2.) How the shadows are moving in different directions. Now there is one picture where the astronaut in the photo has a shadow created by Apollo 11 but what is causing the photographers shadow to appear in front of him when the shuttle is in front of him. This would suggest a different light source was behind the photographer and it wouldn't not of been the sun. Also another little one, seeing as there would not have been any light pollution on the moon why weren't there stars visible in the photographs. Mull over on that for a second.

The Illuminati and the New World Order.

Now do I believe that during one point in our history a group of people or secret society made up of the smartest minds in this world was real? YES. Do I believe that that same secret society now consists of Beyonce, Jay Z, Kanye West and Miley Cyrus? NO. It's beyond hilarious how far it's evolved into celebrities being branded an Illuminati member if they include a triangle in their music video. And to be honest if this was real and people were underground armed and ready to take us into a single world government (GOOGLE IT) then I would imagine it would become some kind of Hunger Games situation. Now according to google this secret society were believed to have used political shizz, mind control and fear based propaganda to achieve their goal. I mean that would explain why Keeping Up With The Kardashians is still on our TV. 


The Strange Connections between Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy.

Abraham Lincoln was elected to Congress in 1847. John F. Kennedy was elected to Congress in 1947. Weird. In 1861 Abraham Lincoln was elected President of the United States, and in 1961 John F. Kennedy was elected President of the United States. What? Both Presidents were shot on a Friday and both Presidents were shot in the head. It gets weirder! Both assassins John Wilkes Booth and Lee Harvey Oswald have names made up of 15 letters each, and both referred to by three names. This one is weird. Lincoln was shot in the theatre named Ford now Kennedy was shot in a 'Lincoln' continental four door convertible and the car was heading towards Henry Ford museum. WTF!?!? This one makes my top five because I have googled these facts and connections and they are true, too may to all be coincidences in my opinion. 


The Grease Theory

I must state here not the product but the movie. I actually love this one and I'm sorry if this breaks anyone but I'm just going to say it. Sandy, Sandy is dead. That's right that preppy Australian exchange student that falls in love with the all American boy died before the movie even began. Would you like an explanation. Why of course. You know in the song 'Summer Loving' when Danny sings 'saved her life, she nearly drowned,' well think about it what if she did drown? The theory goes that she did drown on that beach in the beginning and in her last moments of oxygen deprived comatose state, in those last moments she fantasies a too good to be true year of her life through school with Danny, so there we really have Danny desperately trying to resuscitate her on the beach but unfortunately it isn't meant to be and Sandy's last moment is seeing herself and Danny flying into Heaven, so really the whole film was a dying womans coma fantasy, it also explains why when Grease Lightening is flying up into the sky Sandy is the only one waving goodbye. You ARE welcome! 

The Willy Wonka Theory

Now tell me, if Augustus never got sucked up into that tube how would he have got on that boat through the tunnel, as there was clearly not two empty seats? Also only four people plus Wonka was able to ride the dry cleaning auto mobile, if he was planning to show them this, how did he know only four would be remaining? Hhhmm Wonka? How did he know he would lose those children? I know, I know. I believe and half of Pinterest believes to, Willy Wonka is a serial killer, who traps children in his factory and used them to make his candy. Yea sure that took a turn for the worst, but think about it, how did he know? He knew they wouldn't survive his factory, think about this for a second, each child that disappeared showed traits of each of the seven deadly sins. Gluttony, Envy, Lust, Sloth, Greed, Wrath and Pride, and we all know he was looking for only one child, one pure kind, un-evil child. Enter Charlie. Anyways come look at his face. *Whispers serial killer to the world*


Now I do apologise if the last two, specifically if I have upset anyone but they're pretty awesome and you're an adult now, and we all know the Rugrats were only a figment of Angelica's imagination.

BYE! X

26 comments:

  1. I remember having to study the moon landing during my GCSEs to see whether it was real or not ��

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    1. Oh wow, I may have enjoyed my GCSE's a little better if we had studied this also :)

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  2. Such an interesting post. I've always thought that the moon landing was fake.

    Jeff. | NAMELESSJEFF

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    1. Thank you, I knew I couldn't have been the only one out there :D

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  3. This is really interesting! I never heard the grease theory before!

    Lupe | lupehtrejo.wordpress.com

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    1. Thank you, it was a new one for me to learn when I wrote this also :)

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  4. Loved this post! My dad is convinced that the moon landing didn't happen too!

    As for Willy Wonka, I will never watch it the same again!

    Cesca xx
    http://bellamomento.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thank you, you see I want to believe it happened but I can't haha. I'm sorry about Wonka :)

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  5. Yes! This post is on point. I love conspiracy theorys! The illuminati one gets me every time. My faviourite favourite favourite one is area 51 & roswell!

    Jordanne || Thelifeofaglasgowgirl.co.uk

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    1. Yay, glad you enjoyed it. OMG!! How did area 51 not make my list, How did I forget that I love aliens :)

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  6. Yes! This post is on point. I love conspiracy theorys! The illuminati one gets me every time. My faviourite favourite favourite one is area 51 & roswell!

    Jordanne || Thelifeofaglasgowgirl.co.uk

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  7. I really love conspiracy theories I find them so interesting and I've herd about the faking the moon landing one a lot! X

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    1. They are definitely interesting reads when you come across one, I think the moon landing is a popular conspiracy theory tbh :) x

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  8. I love conspiracy theories! Could read them all day. I've heard the Grease one before and it actually does make sense haha. Never heard of the Willy Wonka one though, so interesting!

    Tiffany x www.foodandotherloves.co.uk

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    1. Me too! I was shocked at the Grease on but I definitely got the Willy Wonka one :)

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  9. I love reading or watching things about conspiracy theories, and I loved this post. I've heard the Grease one a few times and it literally makes my mind get blown!

    - Chloe
    chloetommo.co.uk
    xoxo

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    1. Thank you, right? Everytime these get me, and I many times wish I could un-read some, especially the Grease one lol :)

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  10. Hahaha I love this post obsessed with conspiricy theories!! I had not yet heard the Willy Wonka one!
    www.lolitabonita.co.uk

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    1. Thank you, I'm glad I'm not the only one obsessed with conspiracy theories :)

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  11. Interesting! Especially the grease one - so creepy! But makes sense! Loved this thanks for sharing xx

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    1. It is a little on the creepy side I must admit lol. Thank you, thanks for commenting x

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  12. Omg! Some of them are insane. I so have to dig deep into each of these. Love the list. I love conspiracy theories.

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    1. You definitely should, it would be time well spent, I love looking for new ones all the time :) thank you!

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  13. Oh my I absoutely love this post, it's something different! I suppose conspiracy theories are big things for some people, I've never heard of the Willy Wonka one, that's pretty dark!

    Gemma | www.anoceanglimmer.wordpress.com

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    1. Awh thank you, yes the Willy Wonka did take a turn for the worst as I was reading it :)

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  14. i do enjoy reading the conspiracy stories and these ones, but i am a non believer i believe all the things did happen. the willy wonka one made ne laugh lol xx

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