According to Vancouver, Washington attorney Andrew Basiago, time travel is not only possible, but it’s in the hands of the US government. And he knows, because he says he’s been part of the super top secret Project Pegasus since the 1960s. He’s been vocal about the project since 2006, and has even claimed a teenaged Obama was part of the program.
Lately, the news news and internet news have picked up on LIBOR, the international banking interest rates standard and how’s it’s set by a group of chaps in London to suit their own whims. There is in fact an international banking conspiracy, but it’s not run by Bond villains or Lex Luthor, trying to build some gigantic sun laser… it’s run by a small group of old tweed jacket lunch buddies in London who are just trying to be cool around each other.
So a few days ago, a Reddit user named delverofsecrets went on to Reddit to explain that he had been handed a mysterious grid cipher by a scruffy guy on a subway train and needed the site’s help to decipher it.
For a couple months, the alien conspiracy web has been abuzz with an undersea expedition by the company OceanX to raise and examine a large, mysterious object at the bottom of the Baltic Sea. The object, described by some as the “Baltic Sea Millenium Falcon” appears to some to be some sort of crashed alien spaceship, complete with deep tracks in the seabed where such an object would have skidded to a halt under the waves.
Bad news if you’re one of the people who has believed the crap about the long count Mayan calendar ending in 2012, thinking this means the Maya knew that the end of the world would happen at the end of this year— you’re wrong. Okay, so that’s old news, but the new news is that a newly discovered Mayan long count calendar goes way past 2012. So they weren’t predicting anything. Obviously.