Some of the worlds least famous conspiracy theories, are some of the strangest. Take these theories for example. From the secret cults of the rich and famous, to secret sleeper agents—do we really know what is going on in the world? Do we have any idea about the truth? Let’s find out what the conspiracy theorists already know…
Secret Societies, Secret Rituals and the Rich
All conspiracy theories stem from the idea that a cabal of rich and powerful men control the world. This is true, in a way, but it’s nothing but a bunch of entrepreneurs and investors fighting each other for market shares. Can you imagine if the rich and powerful donned robes and got together to perform ridiculous rituals? The truth is much weirder. The Bohemian Grove gatherings, in which members — which have included U.S. presidents — gather to perform rituals before a 30-foot-tall idol shaped like an owl.
The Dead Zone
This theory takes many forms, but all comes back to the idea that in some secret government lab, they’re doing human experimentation without our knowledge. If it was an episode of the X-Files, it’d probably involve some shady agency secretly collecting DNA samples from the public to breed with aliens or create super soldiers or some shit.
Secret Sleeper Cells
It’s easy to forget that you don’t have to go back that many decades to find an America haunted by the idea that there were communists hiding under every bed. Sure, the West was in an arms race with the Soviet Union — that part was real — but the truly paranoid were sure that their neighbors, school teachers, and grocers were sneaking into their basements at night to roll out invasion maps. When their comrades arrived at America’s borders, they’d be ready to help.
Making Patients Sick… For Profit
According to conspiracy theorists, Big Pharma is an evil machine that makes people sick for profit. You might be surprised to learn that they’re right … about the last half of the sentence. Because let’s face it, we all already believe the rest of it.
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