Website for Those In The Know About Major Conspiracy Theories
And a Strategy for Reaching Skeptics and Those Who Don't Know
Many Conspiracy Theories Aren't Just Theories
You may have noticed
that this website consciously avoids using words like "conspiracy" and "conspiracy
theories." We do this not because we don't
believe there are major conspiracies happening in the world. The official story
of 9/11 is a conspiracy theory in that the government claims 19 hijackers
conspired together to hijack four planes and create terror in the world. The WantToKnow.info website
avoids using words like "conspiracy theories" because many people who are not
aware of the major cover-ups being hidden from the public shut down their rational
mind as soon as they hear the word conspiracy.
The main purpose
of the WantToKnow.info website is not to preach to the choir – those who
already know about 9/11, mass media, mind control, UFOs, and other conspiracy theories – but
rather to reach those who know little to nothing about all that is being hidden. We have found that the most successful way to reach those who don't know is to present them with reliable, verifiable information that does
not overly tax their belief systems. Psychologically, most people can't handle too much disturbing
information at once. Thus, this website initially presents only a small chunk of the conspiracy
which the uninitiated can digest without being overwhelmed. Yet for those who are ready, we also
offer lots more resources to go deeper.
For those ready to dive into the deepest material from the vast collection of reliable conspiracy information presented here,
we invite you to explore the powerful collection of essays available at this link.
Though the sources used are not up to our normal high standards, these revealing essays present the big picture of what is happening on planet Earth in a deep, yet inspiring way. You can also explore some of the excellent material we've put together on such important topics as remote viewing, HAARP, Nazi secrets, Freemasons, electronic harassment, chemtrails, cults and ritual abuse, ruling bloodlines, and the afterlife. To understand the really big picture, consider exploring a sequence of mind control documents which goes way deep at this link.
We have also compiled a free, powerful online course which connects the dots on the big picture of what's going on in 11 information-packed lessons. This Hidden Knowledge Course not only gives a comprehensive view of all conspiracy theories, it provides ideas on what we can do to turn it all around and make a difference in our world. Even if you are aware of the big picture, you are almost guaranteed both to find some pearls and to find more hope through this mind-expanding course. Then take a look at this link to explore other courses there which combine amazingly inspiring materials with the conspiracy material.
Recommended Conspiracy Theory Websites
If you are new to this website, check out our home page to see the quality of reliable, verifiable information available there and follow the many excellent links to sources considered highly reliable by the general public. Our many summaries and information centers on key topics of interest are available from any webpage on this site through the links in the menu bar at the top of each page. In addition to the excellent information on WantToKnow.info, we recommend exploring the below informative conspiracy theory websites and resources which go even
deeper in some areas than WantToKnow.info:
- David Wilcock is a careful researcher with many deep inside connections
- Wealth of information on key topics not covered by media
- Live video interviews with deep insiders reveal powerful conspiracies
- Excellent website for news the media doesn't report
- Various conspiracy theory experts report valuable news
http://www.rense.com - Rense.com, listed on the U.S. State
Department's conspiracy webpage
- Resource list filled with excellent websites, books, other materials
We recommend exploring
these conspiracy theory websites with healthy skepticism. Though we believe much
of the news they report is true and some is verifiable, much is not based
on what most people would call reliable information. Some of their reporting
can end up being misleading or spreading rumors. Yet the media reports so little
on any of these conspiracies that we do recommend exploring one or more of these
conspiracy websites occasionally to balance information you receive from more popular sources. Many of
the vitally important "conspiracy theories" first reported on these websites
have later turned out to be true.
With the exception
of whatreallyhappened.com, we do not recommend these conspiracy websites as a place to start for those with little knowledge of all that is being hidden. The reason is that,
to a greater or lesser extent, the other websites have on their front pages information
on very deep conspiracies – information that would cause many uninformed
people to immediately shut down. It is unfortunate there are
so few websites which present conspiracy theories at an entry level, with the most easily believable information first. Gradually drawing people in to the deeper levels of all that is
being hidden, as is done on WantToKnow.info, is generally a more effective strategy to open the eyes of skeptics and those who are not in the know.
Other Resources and Recommendations for Conspiracy Theories
For an excellent
book which shows how complex research into conspiracies and conspiracy theories
can be, we highly recommend the book Them
by BBC journalist Jon Ronson. One of the exceedingly few mainstream journalists who have
tried to cover some of the deepest conspiracies, Ronson has worked together
with the likes of well known, yet controversial conspiracy researchers Alex
Jones and David Icke. His fascinating,
detailed accounts of these people show both how real these conspiracies can
be, and how conspiracy researchers sometimes adopt a very biased or skewed perception
of the world.
As someone who
is already aware of much of this information, we invite you to play an important
role in bringing about positive change by considering how best to inform those
who don't know of all that is going on. Consider that most people's minds can
only handle a certain amount of "reality shifting" at once. Start
out with only a few pieces of verifiable information, and then see if they are
open to more. Pushing people rarely is effective. Consider using our introductory
email and the "share" links at the top and bottom of any of
our webpages to introduce people to the reliable, verifiable information we
We also advise
presenting information which has a conspiracy flavor not as something to
cause fear or anxiety, but rather as an invitation for us all to work together
for positive change in our world. For other suggestions on what you can do to make a difference, click here
and here. And again, for free online courses which explore all of these cover-ups, place them in a greater context, and interweave them with some of the many inspiring movements taking place in our world, see www.wisdomcourses.net. Hundreds who have completed one of these courses have emailed their strong praise and support.
Thank you for being
someone who has chosen to live with an open mind and who wants to know what
is really going on in our lives and world. As people who are aware, we can support each other in
playing the role at which the media is so sadly failing. Using the amazing tools of email and the Internet, we can educate the
public to all the hidden conspiracies and "conspiracy theories" that
may turn out to be conspiracy facts. Once we reach a critical mass, the
public will demand accurate, unbiased media coverage and real change. By working together,
we are convinced that we can and will turn this whole thing around. Thanks for
What you can do:
- Inform your media and political representatives of this important information on legitimate conspiracy theories. To contact those close to you, click here.
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- For an inspiring essay on how we can work together to build a brighter future, click here.
- For a heart and mind expanding online course which goes deep into conspiracy theories, yet also focuses on inspirational material which is changing our world, see the free Insight Course.
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