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Conspiracy Vault

Welcome to the conspiracy vault.  We call this - "The Vault".  In 2018, it is getting to the point where we don't know what to believe anymore.  Reason being is many have allowed themselves to bucket their views into 'sides' when it comes to media and news, adding to the division of the people, instead of observing the whole picture.  For example, some will laugh at people who watch Youtube videos when the fact is, if the media will not publish a story, or refuse to publish, the person has no other choice but to get their word out elsewhere - and YouTube is a normal spot for getting their evidence out.  With this, people still dismiss YouTube.  With writing off YouTube, Google begins to feel its credibility is taking a hit and will begin to silence videos.  We are living in an important time where information and even the internet could be censored in more ways than we know.  In our 'vault', we will discuss all things 'conspiracy'.  We hate to use the word conspiracy, but since the word is already out there, and now a term for searches, we feel we need to.  We are sure that our audience will use their best judgment on the videos in the vault.  Enjoy.

Tower of London

Tower of London Ancient British fortress on the east side of the city of London, England, scene of many executions, once used for imprisonment of high-ranking traitors. With its grim history, it is not surprising that various ghosts are associated with it. The jewelroom...

Tarot Network News

Tarot Network News A journal serving the community of tarot card readers, Tarot Network News was founded in 1983 by Gary Ross. Ross had anticipated the new burst of enthusiasm for tarot cards largely because of the New Age movement and the neopagan...

Tingley, Katherine (Augusta Westcott)

Tingley, Katherine (Augusta Westcott) (1847–1929) Prominent American Theosophist who founded a Theosophical community at Point Loma, California. Tingley was born on July 6, 1847, at Newburyport, Massachusetts, and was educated at a public school in Newburyport and under a private instructress. She took an early...

Taboo (or Tabu or Tapu)

Taboo (or Tabu or Tapu) A Polynesian word meaning ‘‘prohibited’’ and signifying a prohibition enforced by religious or magical power, which has come to be applied to similar usages among primitive peoples all over the world. It also has parallels in the religious...

Tweedale, Charles L(akeman) (d. 1944)

Tweedale, Charles L(akeman) (d. 1944) Prominent British writer on Spiritualism. He was educated at Durham University, England, and became the Church of England vicar of Weston, Otley, Yorkshire. A talented and versatile man, he was an astronomer, musician, and inventor. He published books on...

Transmutation of the Body

Transmutation of the Body The aim of spiritual alchemy—to restore a human being to the fundemental condition of grace, strength, perfection, beauty, and physical immortality. Dedicated alchemists over the ages labored to discover the secret of the elixir of life, which occultists believed would...

Tea Leaves, Divination by

Tea Leaves, Divination by One of the most popular forms of fortune-telling, depending largely upon psychic intuition. After a cup of tea has been poured, without using a tea strainer, the tea is drunk or poured away. The cup should then be shaken...

Temple Beautiful

Temple Beautiful Temple Beautiful is a channeling group currently headquartered in South Africa. It was founded in the United States by Ilona Linda Day who began to channel St. Germain and other of the ascended masters associated with the Theosophical Society and the ‘‘I...

Ummo Hoax

Ummo Hoax Ummo is a planet that reputedly circles the star Iumma located some 14.6 light-years from Earth. Knowledge of this planet and the associated star emerged in 1965 through Spanish contactee Fernando Sesma, president of the Society of the Friends of Space, headquartered...

Umbanda

Umbanda A contemporary Afro-Brazilian religion. Like Santeria, it is basically a possession religion in which members assume the form of deities both for worship and magic. It was founded in 1920, at a time when a wave of anti-European feelings was sweeping through the...

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Thee Temple ov Psychick Youth (TOPY)

Thee Temple ov Psychick Youth (TOPY) Thee Temple ov Psychick Youth (TOPY) grew out of the magical philosophical thought of rock musician Genesis P. Orridge, formerly with...

Tumah

Tumah According to the Kabala, the term refers to physical or moral uncleanness. The latter is divided into three main divisions—idolatry, murder, and immorality. Sin has rendered...

The Tsitsith

The Tsitsith An article of Jewish religious apparel, the fringe or tassels attached to the outer garment, which are believed to be endowed with talismanic properties. In...

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