Quote# 87087

[Just a snippet from this guy's conspiracy]

Project Blue Beam is a project to bring in a new age one world religion that the anti-christ will head. Phase one is engineered earthquakes and hoaxed archeological discoveries to dispute the divinity of Jesus Christ as well as every other religion on the planet. Also part of phase one is the psychological conditioning of the people through the media and various entrainment mediums to promote such ideas as friendly aliens, evolution, secular humanism, and breeding with fallen angels/demons/friendly aliens. If you take a look at how they slowly brought in the friendly alien theology with cute shows like ALF and movies like ET, and how they have moved on to openly singing about mating with the aliens to form a hybird race in recent times like Katy Perry’s ET song and movies like “The Preachers Wife”, “City of Angels”, or “Splice” you will see that the psychological conditioning has been underway for quite sometime.

A small side note about ALF: Do you ever wonder why ALF has a fascination with eating cats? I think it is a pun off of aliens wanting human women. I will not be vulgar about it though.

James, Montana Truth Seekers Ministry 24 Comments [4/25/2012 3:14:27 AM]
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This is all pretty standard stuff, including the complete lack of any cohesion whatsoever, but something that confuses me is the "to dispute the divinity of Jesus Christ as well as every other religion on the planet" snippet. If Jesus was truly divine, then wouldn't that in itself dispute every other religion? If James is assuming such divinity, why would 'they' bother to dispute any other religion? I don't know why this bothers me, but it does.

4/25/2012 4:46:45 AM


Okay, the ALF thing actually just blew my mind.

4/25/2012 6:05:37 AM


All that lead-in, and all you've got is a dodgy pussy pun?

4/25/2012 6:29:17 AM

Doubting Thomas

Um, ALF was a sitcom. As in "comedy" and not meant to be taken seriously at all.

This conspiracy theory has a little bit of everything: One world government, mind control, engineered earthquakes, denying Jesus, breeding with demons/aliens, and movies and TV shows as reality. My only question is, where do chemtrails fit into all this?

4/25/2012 6:42:28 AM


You know, this whole thing is just... sad. For one thing, people like this guy have been claiming that WW3 and Project Blue Beam are just around the corner for over a decade, and secondly (and most importantly), the fact that the technology they used to recreate Tupac isn't even a secret kind of blows a huge hole in their alleged plan to catch people unawares with their UFO hologram. If anything, people would probably assume it was some kind of viral marketing scheme.

4/25/2012 8:19:50 AM


@Doubting Thomas

Actually, if you read the whole thing, he does mention chemtrails. Apparently, they're used to reflect the beams that cause earthquakes and will later be used as a projector screen for holograms to make people think the Rapture is happening, before God has a chance to do it.

Honestly, this guy is great. You really should read this.

Also, obviously this guy never watched Star Trek or he'd know that Mr Spock is half human. Scandalous!

4/25/2012 8:24:23 AM

Brendan Rizzo

Oh man, Project Blue Beam. That one is really out there. It also shows you just how fundamentalists think.

The conspiracy would only have even the slightest chance of working if it were done in a society which had no concept of technology. Anyone who actually thinks that people in the modern world, who have seen Hollywood movies their entire lives, would be fooled into thinking that what amount to merely special effects is an actual deity, clearly thinks that everyone is as stupid as he.

4/25/2012 8:44:19 AM


Damn, I love the ALF thing. It's so out of place in this rant. :D

4/25/2012 8:53:57 AM


We need archeological evidence to disprove religion? This is news.

4/25/2012 9:05:30 AM


No, no! It's "Cop Rock" that truly points to the nature of the NWO conspiracy!

4/25/2012 9:31:14 AM


These days you've got to be creative and use lots of pop culture references to succeed as a pastor. Even in Montana.

4/25/2012 9:57:57 AM


"entrainment mediums"?? Like John Edwards? Also, ALF? LOL

4/25/2012 10:08:33 AM


I remember hearing about 'Project Blue Beam' over a decade ago. When exactly are they going to move onto Phase One? Shouldn't we be at Phase Twelve by now? Oh right, they already did with the ALF TV show. Step One: Create lame sitcom. Step Two: Get people to eat cats (Or pussy). (Facepalm)

4/25/2012 10:44:48 AM


So, they're conjuring earthquakes and hoaxing archeological discoveries to refute and/or suppress you nutjob religious delusions? Seems more like you've invented a delusion to battle your other delusions.

That you think there is deep significance in ALF has got to be the most laughable thing I've read in weeks.

4/25/2012 1:01:40 PM


What I see is this guy's reaction formation against his own depraved fantasies.

4/25/2012 1:27:55 PM


"....friendly alien theology with cute shows like ALF and movies like ET...."

Then explain the Alien films and the " John Hurt moment."

4/25/2012 3:29:29 PM


It wouldn't take any conditioning to get humans to mate with aliens. People get aroused by stranger things.

4/25/2012 6:30:53 PM

Huckster Sam

This is why CSTDT is my favorite of the trio. So much rampant, disgusting hate on the others. Then I come here and see theories that don't border on whimsical they buy land and build themselves a palatial manor of crank.

4/26/2012 8:42:01 AM



4/26/2012 10:18:52 AM


Things like this remind me of the excellent essay "The Paranoid Style in American Politics".
It's them Jews. Them Jews and them commies and them niggers. And them aliens.

4/26/2012 2:17:06 PM


I always wonder why these nuts are so terrified of one world religion. Isn't that what they're trying to bring about by converting everyone?

4/26/2012 4:09:06 PM


Eating cats? You mean cunnilingus, don't you?

4/27/2012 10:51:10 AM


Is there a wiki that collates all the 'popular' conspiracy theories, but run by sane people so that those of us with functioning sense of reality can follow just what the hell these nutjobs are on about?

4/29/2012 8:43:19 AM

Brendan Rizzo

@ BlackMageJ:

You may well be interested in RationalWiki, though its scope is wider than simply conspiracy theories. Basically, if something could get quoted on here, RationalWiki probably covers it.

5/1/2012 10:14:58 AM

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