A Report from Conspiracy Con
Over at a local Santa Clara blog.
Dietrich is also a compelling story-teller, and his rococo tales of diabolical practices at the highest levels of military power would stand to make him quite successful as a sci-fi novelist, scriptwriter, or graphic novelist. Except Deitrich doesn't present his dark stories as fiction.
Dietrich covers a lot of ground in his rapid-fire presentation. One minute we're in 12th century Japan, the next in 1945 Okinawa.
Here's a teaser of Deitrich:
WWII didn't end in 1945? Crap, I guess I got that question wrong back in high school.
This is a promising start for an Indiana Jones movie. But, instead of Hollywood-brand escapism, the next hour and a half is a whirlwind roundup of – I'm putting this as plainly as possible – satanic occult practices at the San Francisco Presidio army base, with tangential forays into Roswell and Nazi Germany. Before we're done, we'll make pit stops at the Dresden firebombing, the Holocaust, L.Ron Hubbard, and that noted Satanist Sammy Davis Junior.
If you play "The Candy Man" backwards, it says, "I love Satan."
Our old buddy Sofia from 9-11 Mysteries makes an appearance:
When we look at an organization called MITRE, .you go to their website, and their mission is to set the goals and the template for the…IRS….and they contract with operation cloverleaf… and if you google USA today for May 12…the reporters talk about a thousand particles on the head of a pin….Get those letters and know those individuals. Those are the cross directors of the enemy we have to deal with today."
Unfortunately no info yet on Steven Jones and his perpetual motion machine, or Richard Gage. And I hear that Wild Bill Deagle and his attack baboons made an appearance as well. As a consolation, here's Deagle at last year's con:
It takes him a bit to get started, but there's certainly plenty of wack in there.