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ConspiracyGeek Collected Writings and Interviews

ConspiracyGeek Collected Writings and Interviews

by Joan d'Arc

Published by Sisyphus Press

349p, b&w, softcover, 6"x9"


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Joan d’Arc, co-founder in 1992 of Paranoia Magazine and editor of HunterGatheress Journal, now Chief Resident of the Paranoid Women Institute at conspiracygeek.blogspot.com, compiles her best writings and interviews in this collection. 
  • A new race of disembodied cyborgs is being engineered to travel into deep space. 
  • The night Wilhelm Reich’s Cloudbuster became a Spacegun. 
  • Proof that the U.S. knew Japan was going to bomb Pearl Harbor and let it happen. 
  • A new mafia-connected JFK witness steps forward. 
  • Giordano Bruno, the first Catholic priest Ufologist from the 16th Century, burned at the stake for his universalist ideas. 
  • Evidence of Robot Probes in our own solar system and what that means to humanity.
  • Beings in NothingDrive: An Existential Analysis of the Travis Walton UFO Abduction. 
  • A chronology of anomalous radio signals: Have messages from space been misconstrued or covered up?
  • Why alternatives to Darwinian Evolution should be taught in public schools. 


This cutting-edge 356-page book contains 13 articles and 12 interviews.  Interviewees include:
  • Joan Mellen on the Cast of Characters in the JFK assassination;
  • Michael Cremo on how museums and textbooks hide evidence of extreme human antiquity;
  • Barbara Walker on how God demoted Goddess and replaced the Womb with the "Word";
  • David Ray Griffin on 9/11 and Osama bin Laden;
  • Jarrah White and Ralph Rene on the Apollo Moon Hoax;
  • Stephanie Caruana on the Gemstone File JFK Thesis;
  • Acharya S. on the mythological attributes Jesus shares with other solar gods;
  • Craig Heimbichner on Freemasonry and Aleister Crowley's OTO;
  • Beth Goobie on surviving a Canadian MKULTRA cult from birth;
  • Spy Robert Eringer on how he brought in Ira Einhorn for the murder of Holly Maddux;
  • Mike Bara on evidence of remains of ancient cities on the Moon."