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Secret: Uncover the Mysteries of the Digital Age.
by Jim Marrs
Published by The Disinformation Company, December 2008
Headed once again
for the New York Times bestseller list, Jim Marrs, best-selling author,
TV producer, and university instructor is back on the media circuit with his new title:
Secret: Uncover the Mysteries of the Digital Age.
Marrs is famous
for writing the bestsellers: The Rise of the Fourth Reich,
and Crossfire: The Plot that Killed Kennedy, a
Times bestseller and basis for the Oliver Stone film, JFK. He also
wrote Alien Agenda, one of the world’s top-selling books on UFOs.
Jim Marrs is a He is a frequent guest on national radio and TV
Conspiracy Theories in the Digital Age
By Jim Marrs
Was 9/11 an inside job? Did a giant UFO fly over
Stephenville, Texas, in early 2008? Are high-flying planes dumping
chemicals on us? Did a high-level conspiracy kill JFK? Did a flying
saucer crash near Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947? Will the year 2012
spell doom for us all?
“I don’t believe that!” seems to be the most common
response to some of these questions – among the most mysterious and
controversial issues of our day. But, “I don’t believe that!” is
not a valid argument.
Only facts can counter other facts and in today’s “Information
Age,” there is information enough for anyone, if he or she will take
the time to seek it out. During the past century a subculture of
like-minded people have become concerned that major contemporary and
historical events were not caused by "what we've been told"
through the mainstream media or our history books. Generally described
as “conspiracy theorists,” these people are passionately concerned
about their country and are driven by a strong sense of ethics and
justice. In many cases, they are also armed with facts, either
underreported or unreported by the corporate mass media. Conspiracy
theories are explanations based on speculation. When facts are
available, speculation ends. Conspiracy theories become conspiracy
With the advent of the Internet, the ranks of
conspiracy-minded people have swelled remarkably. The Internet is
brimming with hundreds of variations on thousands of conspiracy
theories. Some are superlative examples of research, others push the
speculative envelope, and many more are dubious flights of fancy. But
no matter the accuracy or veracity of these millions of thoughts, the
sheer volume bears witness to the tremendous number of people with
provocative questions in search of answers.
One may be the most highly-intelligent person in the world, but if
operating from erroneous or incomplete information, no one can come to
a truthful and correct conclusion on any issue. One must know all one
can about a wide variety of topics. And none are more fascinating then
the subjects being tossed about on the Internet.
Here are just a few examples:
• Apologists for the 1964 Warren Commission, handpicked by President
Lyndon Johnson to investigate the Kennedy assassination, argue that a
single bullet traversed Kennedy’s neck and went on to wound Texas
Governor John Connally. This scenario is the foundation for the
argument that only three shots were fired, all by the accused
assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald. Yet, Kennedy’s autopsy report supported
by eyewitness testimony and the bullet hole in his shirt and jacket
clearly prove that he was shot in the back (third thoracic vertebrae)
not through the neck.• Witnesses in Stephenville, with nothing to
gain and everything to lose, reported in early 2008 that a giant
– some said a mile-wide – craft flew over their town at below air
speed and that it was chased by military jets. The US Air Force
initially stated that it had no jets in the area. But after a few
weeks of continuing reports, the Air Force reversed itself and stated
that 10 F-16s were on a training mission over Stephenville on the
night in question. Asked for details of the mission by reporters, an
Air Force officer said they had none as they were not in contact with
the jets; an explanation greeted with great incredulity.• The
mainstream media is rife with reports that the world’s supply of oil
is peaking and that a future with higher prices for gasoline is
inevitable. Yet, arguing against this position is a wealth of
information showing untapped and unreported oil reserves both in
the United States and in other countries. There is even the
possibility that some oil wells, once thought depleted, are refilling.•
What crashed near Roswell, New Mexico, continues to bring a swirl of
controversy with two broad sides being taken – one believing that
nothing more than a balloon test was involved while the other
believing that a crashed UFO and even alien bodies were recovered.
Both sides concede that government authorities secreted away whatever
came to earth. So this issue today comes down to whom one chooses to
believe – government pronouncements that have changed four times
over the years or more than 600 individuals on the public record who
claim to know about a crash disk and non-human bodies. It is subjects
such as these that remain on the outskirts of public consciousness,
never fully addressed in public, yet never fully forgotten. But in
this Digital Age, there is no excuse for ignorance. Everyone now has
access to a full range of information on these and many other issues.
Some deal with mysteries, which may involve science of
which we are not yet aware. In the primitive past, such things would
have been called magic. Today, they are more likely to be called
Some are concerned with conspiracy, a term formerly disparaged by the
corporate mass media. However, since the attacks of September 11,
2001, obviously were the result of someone’s conspiracy, the term
has been somewhat rehabilitated. Thoughtful persons rightfully
question why such issues are not more fully debated in the mass media.
Who would have a vested interest in preventing the public from
learning who killed JFK? Who truly was behind the 9/11 attacks and the
truth behind the ubiquitous UFOs? Could it possibly be the owners of
the six giant multinational media corporations that control virtually
everything we see, hear and read?
Subjects like the ones above and many more unconventional
topics, including: Is the Supply of Oil Peaking? Is the Federal
Reserve a Scam? Are Chemtrails for Real? What Flew Over Phoenix? and,
What Will Happen in 2012? are addressed in my new book, Above Top
In Above Top Secret, such controversial
issues are tackled by asking the fundamental questions once taught to
beginning journalism students — Who, What, When, Where and Why.
Armed with basic facts and hopefully, a dash of deductive reasoning,
readers are invited to take on the world of mystery and conspiracy,
normally eschewed by the mass media.
Copyright by Jim Marrs
Presented with permission of the author
Most popular books by Jim Marrs:
Secret: Uncover the Mysteries of the Digital Age.
The Rise of the Fourth Reich
Crossfire: The Plot that Killed Kennedy
The Rise: Saunières Magical Workings and the Penitential Movement in Europe (Paperback)
by Isaac ben Jacob & Sarah Fishberg
Within medieval Europe, a new power was rising. A heresy
had infiltrated the hierarchy of the Catholic Church almost to the
very top, and begun what would become a centuries-long campaign of
altering the Church’s original teachings to make them conform to its
Read our article about this
2013: The End of Days or a New Beginning
by Marie D. Jones
Don't miss our exclusive article by Marie D. Jones:
The End Game Begins
The 5,125-yearlong Mayan calendar ends on
December 21, 2012, which many claim portends a massive global
Some dread its arrival, believing it will be the beginning of
the end. Others await it with delicious anticipation,
expecting it to be the catalyst for a quantum leap of
consciousness, the dawning of a true New Age. Others wonder if
anything at all will occur--remember Y2K?
2013: The End of Days or a New Beginning?
examines all of the popular myths, prophecies, and predictions
circulating about 2012, including the Mayan teachings of time
acceleration and global awakening on a consciousness level.
Furthermore it takes an in-depth look at lesser-known
predictions and prophecies, and at the more scientific and
reality-based challenges we will face.
Some of the questions this book explores include:
Will cosmic and earthly chaos disrupt our
lives with destructive sunspot cycles, volcanic
super-eruptions, monster storms, mass extinctions, and
Will huge leaps in technology create bionic
humans, computers that think, and an end to all
disease--possibly even death itself?
Will economic and geopolitical powers shift out
of the West and into the "the New Eurasia," with new wars
being fought over dwindling resources as global warming
takes its toll?
Will this be the evolution revolution of human
consciousness--or the final countdown that leads to
Will it be the apocalypse so many have
feared--or the rebirth of the world and the transformation
There is much, much more to the 2012 enigma than
just an ancient calendar, and 2013: The End of Days or a
New Beginning? will prove it.
Read Marie's article "2012:
The End Game Begins", which takes a look at the very same
The Allies of Humanity: An Urgent Message About the
Extraterrestrial Presence in the World Today
by Marshall Vian Summers
The Allies of Humanity by Marshall Vian Summers
presents a startling new revelation about the hidden
extraterrestrial intervention and how it is taking advantage
of human conflict, religious strife and environmental collapse
to further separate and control a divided human family. The
arrival of intervening forces from beyond our world at a time
of unprecedented change represents the greatest challenge to
humanity’s survival and freedom.
For over twenty years, Summers has quietly taught
and written about a new spirituality based on the realization
that humanity lives in a vast and populated universe and is
now preparing for emergence into a Greater Community of
intelligent life. All of Summers' books, including Greater
Community Spirituality: A New Revelation and the award-winning
Steps to Knowledge: The Book of Inner Knowing, published by
non-profit New Knowledge Library, have been heralded as
The God Theory: Universes, Zero-point Fields, And What's Behind
It All (Hardcover)
by Bernard Haisch
Haisch offers The God Theory, not as a theological
treatise, but as a readable exposition of a worldview for those
no longer interested in absolutes in either science or religion.
This book is for readers
in pursuing peace and tolerance for a planet in serious
peril – due in large part to the irrational dogmatism of both
religion and science.
Physicist Haisch thinks "Let there be light"
isn't just a randomly chosen phrase for the Creation. Indeed,
he believes that in the mysteries of light rest clues to the
deepest mysteries of the universe, something he calls God,
though he doesn't mean by that word the personification that
some believers prefer. A scientist who has worked in
astrophysics and theoretical physics, Haisch has retained his
wonder at the universe from childhood, as he describes in the
affecting memoir with which the book begins. Many scientists
find no tension between their profession and the profession of
belief in divinity, but Haisch goes one step further by
attempting to find a scientific explanation for the phenomenon
generally called God. Light, that familiar but utterly
mysterious force, is the key to such an understanding.
Readable and engaging, Haisch will be embraced by those
concerned with finding ways of reconciling science and
religion. Patricia Monaghan
Copyright © American Library Association. All
Haunted Spaces, Sacred Places: A Field Guide to Stone Circles,
Crop Circles, Ancient Tombs, and Supernatural Landscapes
by Brian Haughton (Paperback - Jul 1, 2008)
Readers who are fascinated with history and unexplained
phenomena will love his new book.
Taking the study of the wonders of the ancient
world beyond just the artifacts and the structures, acclaimed
author Brian Haughton has discovered that the mystique
surrounding these sites may attract, and even generate stories
of ghosts, unexplained phenomena and the supernatural.
Nikola Tesla: Colorado Springs Notes, 1899-1900 (Paperback)
by Nikola Tesla
This is an excellent resource for those who wish
to study about Tesla's experiments. The notes are highly
detailed, and clearly show his attempts at transmitting
electricity without wires by means of his magnifying
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