There are an increasing
number of sites devoted to nothing but conspiracy. These
sites collect together information and links of all kinds,
and many are commercial in some fashion, with the aim of
securing subscription to on-line publications, or to publicise
print books. Others are personal homepages produced by individuals,
many of whom place a manifesto about their belief in conspiracy
on their site; others claim neutrality. Whichever, they
provide one of the most visible evidences of conspiracy
thinking in the US today.
A-Albionic are devoted to the hypothesis that "the Overt
and Covert Organs of the Vatican and British Empires ar
Locked in Mortal Combat for Control of the World." They
declare themselves to be a "Private Network of Researchers
Dedicated to Identifying the Nature of the Ruling Class/Conspiracy(ies)",
directed by Jim Daugherty. Beyond this particular obsession,
their site is full of links, has a comprehensive conspiracy
bibliography, a book ordering list, and a journal (The
Project) and mailbase. It is a very useful site for those
interested in the dimensions of conspiracy thinking.
Niki Raapana and Nordica Friedrich of The Anti-Communitarian
League. Not updated since 2005, but great links and a
useful essay on the British Empire.
A series of links related to conspiracy on the internet.
An archive of back issues of this comprehensive on-line
conspiracy journal. Continues to update with recent news
Recommendations (in 2003) to other websites/reading material
on conspiracy theories and related interest.
The Web Site for Paranoids. Many links, although a lot
Channel: Conspiracies & Myths
Famous people, urban legends - what makes them last?
Ian Goddard's homepage. Dedicated to "asking the "wrong"
questions and challenging the official story. Has set
of files on TWA 800, Waco, Oklahoma, Police State, etc.
Some interesting materials here.
Your Online Guide to Millennial America. Although not
updated since 1999, a wonderful site, full of links and
information on just about every subject imaginable - ufos,
spooks, conspiracy, panic culture - excellent.
"At the heart of this site you can access a collection
of articles and documents that present details and investigations
into the new world order, the illuminati, secret societies,
the new age, and the paranormal. In many cases you might
not believe what is presented, however, you are emphatically
urged to look into the matter for yourself."
Logical Physics and Conspiracy
Site makes this extravagant claim: "You have just found
the source of the REAL TRUTH about the conspiracy behind
the Bilderbergs; Council on Foreign Relations;Trilateral
Commission; Skull & Bones Society; Bohemian Grove
and Bohemian Club; the CIA's involvement in trauma based
MIND CONTROL, Drug Smuggling and Money Laundering; find
out where the Wealthiest in the World are; the truth about
the real ownership of the Federal Reserve System; and
learn about the errors made in physics and astronomy theories
by Albert Einstein and others by reading "Logical Physics."
Visit it and see for yourself.
Personal homepage with a good bibliography on conspiracy.
Take a look at his Homepage too, and essays in his on-line
magazine. (Not updated since 2002)
Economic Government: "Space Age Technology Ruled
by Dark Age Paradigms Means Extinction"
None Dare Call it Conspiracy
Canadian site dealing with conspiracy. Not too extensive,
but some interesting links.
Site is devoted to "the study of crackpots and eccentrics
and of bizarre, eccentric, outré or unaccepted beliefs
and theses." Has good conspiracy and weird science pages.
Conspiracy site with a comprehensive set of links and
files on the issues such as following: Assassinations,
Drugs, Elites, Intelligence Agencies, Media, Nazis, Religions
and Cults, Repression, Scandals, Terrorism UFOs. Site
declares: "I have put this site together after finding
we have not been told the truth about our history, especially
relative to some of the major events of the last thirtysome
years, such as: RFK & MLK Assassinations, The OKC
Bombing, The Kennedy Assassination, Watergate, Inslaw/Promis,
October Surprise, Waco, Multinational Corps, CIA Cocaine
and Iran Contra, Gulf War Syndrome."
Page devoted to the radio show hosted by Jeff Rense (not
to be confused with the TV show of the same name – this
Sightings is what used to be known as The End of the Line.)
The site contains material on UFOs, political intrigue,
secret weapons, health (AIDS & Gulf War syndrome.)
The All Seeing Eye
Lots of links to lots of Conspiracy
- The Winds Conspiracy Page
Page advertises itself as non-partisan, and while it seems
to have a pro-conspiracy & slightly Christian slant,
it ly evidences Fusionist conspiracy thinking. The editorial
proclaims "a desire to go beyond surface reporting and
understand the motives and root causes of why certain
events are happening." Has many essays in its archive,
on a wide range of issues, Left and Right. An interesting
site to visit for Fusionism.
Awareness Raising Conspiracy Links
Focus on ufos alien globalist government conspiracy. Declares
that "many have pieced together conspiracy theories involving
the Trilateral Commission, or MJ12, or secret societies,
and many people are suspicious of the activities of so-called
"aliens", but they fail to take their own observations
as to the degree of evil involved to the logical, spiritual,
What to expect as Millennium approaches, earth changes,
fulfillment of prophecy, Art Bell Radio Show, comet Hale-Bopp,
asteroids, Israel, temple, Jerusalem, pyramids of Egypt
and Mars, sphinx, Cydonia, Richard Hoagland, crop circles,
ufos, the rapture, Nostradamus, antichrist, tribulation