Here, we present some of the wildest theories about Bigfoot, glitches in the Matrix, portals to alternate dimensions, and more.
COVID-19 Was Engineered
There are also conspiracy theories that say COVID-19 doesn’t even exist, and is simply being covered by the media to scare and control the masses. We must have missed the memo regarding that last one.
Here’s the truth, plain and simple: These COVID conspiracies are patently false, and make light of a serious problem. The coronavirus is real and deadly. You can take steps that require minimum effort to protect yourself and others around you, like wearing a mask, frequently washing your hands with soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds, and practicing social distancing.
There’s a Twitter thread that dives deep into what might’ve happened in 2012 but, as this video explains, it’s not very likely that we’ve been sucked into an alternate black hole reality, since CERN doesn’t have the ability to produce the amount of energy needed to create one.
And that’s not the only conspiracy theory surrounding the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)—a French acronym for Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire. Another posits that CERN is planning to use the Hadron Collider to open a portal to hell. Or, that at the very least, the Collider is one of the seven seals of the apocalypse (which will also unleash hell on Earth).
The CERN acronym, in addition to a Shiva statue outside the facility, has led people to speculate that the scientists at CERN are actually trying to summon a God: either the Indian deity Shiva or Cernunnos, a Celtic deity who watches over the underworld (you know, because his name starts with Cern). And there are even more theories that say CERN is actually trying to access different timelines and experiment with time travel.
It sounds like CERN has its hands full.
Screen Rant writes that cigarettes used to be cropped out of Disney’s hands in an attempt to keep up with the Mouse House’s family-friendly branding, so while creating a hit movie to mess with an internet algorithm sounds nutty, it kind of also makes sense.
And if it was intentional, Disney is full of geniuses.
Conspiracy theorists posit that the Denver International Airport (DIA) is a hub for the lizard people who run the government and much of the world. Just read our feature about it.
Some believe DIA is the home base of the Illuminati, while others believe it’s actually a portal to hell, with Blucifer (the giant blue horse sculpture—which killed the artist who made it—with demonic, glowing red eyes) guarding the gateway.
There are the weird murals on the walls depicting Nazi imagery and a commemoration capstone plaque that mentions the New World Airport Commission (an organization that does not exist). Between that, the gargoyles in Jeppesen terminal, and the interactive gargoyle that welcomed travelers to the “Illuminati Headquarters” before correcting himself and welcoming the masses to “Denver International Airport.”
DIA is either poking fun at all the conspiracies surrounding the facility, or they’re hiding in plain sight.
The theory is rooted back in the 17th century when Edmond Halley—who has a comet named after him—proposed that the Earth must be hollow because of changing magnetism.
In 2014, scientists found “a reservoir of water three times the volume of all the oceans” deep within Earth. The water, however, isn’t just sloshing around within Earth—it’s inside ringwoodite, a rock that’s 435 miles deep beneath Earth’s surface. For some, this bolstered the theory that Earth was hollow, since the water was solidified in rock form.
So how do you access this secret world within a world? Via secret entrance at either the North or South Pole, of course.
Then again, you might catch the fabled beast in Oregon, Pennsylvania, or Texas, since those states also have a high volume of reported sightings. Plus, Bigfoot has his own FBI file, so there’s a good chance that something—or, as this news clip shows—several somethings are out there.
The stories are crazy and range from people seeing the same “background character” across large spans of time, in random locations, who never seems to age due to people losing chunks and track of time.
Some respected thinkers believe that living in a simulation might be possible, but so far, it’s just a far-fetched theory.
Some people, like Dave Marsh—who is also a flat-Earther—say the moon is a projection.
“The moon is a projection, put there for a reason, which we could study for a thousand more years and never understand,” Marsh told The Guardian.
To arrive at this conclusion, Marsh followed the path of the moon in the sky in order to compare his findings to official records. Because his findings were not the same, Marsh determined the moon was a scam.
Oh, and the moon is also a hoax because it was created to distract the general masses from the existence of Nibiru, a rogue planet that will cause the apocalypse. Do with this information what you will.
Daisy writes for Runner’s World, Bicycling, and Popular Mechanics.
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