A major polling firm has released a poll on popular conspiracy theories and reveals an interesting look at how many people believe in a variety of conspiracies ranging from the JFK assassination to the Reptillian Elite.
When it comes to the birth of America, most of us are working from a stew of elementary school history lessons, Westerns and vague Thanksgiving mythology. And while it’s not surprising those sources might biff a couple details, what’s shocking is how much less interesting the version we learned was. It turns out our teachers, Hollywood and whoever we got our Thanksgiving mythology from (Big Turkey?) all made America’s origin story far more boring than it actually was for some very disturbing reasons. For instance . . . Read Complete Report
An interesting survey done in the United Kingdon shows that more people believe in UFOs than they believe in God. About 33.1 million people believe that there’s intelligent life on other planets and less than half the country, about 17.5 million people, believes that there’s a God.
Making things even more interesting, according to Bedford Today, 52% of the population believe that there’s evidence of unidentified flying objects and that the proof is being covered up because the stability of the government would be threatened. . . . Read Complete Report