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Hitler had both testicles according to both of his doctors. That whole one testicle thing came about as dis-information during WWII, both sides were using psy-ops back then but without a doubt, the OSS was master at psy-ops. On the other hand, Hitler did have sexual proclivities. He liked to be shat on for one thing, had a serious foot fetish, and was a sado-masochist as a bonus. His niece and lover, Geli Raubal, wrote extensive diaries which explain Hitler's sexual preferences in detail. It turns out Hitler was such a sex-machine and amazing lover, Geli killed herself. You have to be one sick bastard if the woman you are sleeping with prefers the dirt nap to having to endure another moment with you.

Who knows, in Psychology they teach us in Behavioral Theory the environment is 95% of who we are. So, if Hitler would have zigged instead of zagged; if he was just accepted into art school; or if he simply went into a different beer hall instead of the one he went into to attend his first Workers Socialist dance competition and bake show...

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Hitler had both testicles according to both of his doctors. That whole one testicle thing came about as dis-information during WWII, both sides were using psy-ops back then but without a doubt, the OSS was master at psy-ops. On the other hand, Hitler did have sexual proclivities. He liked to be shat on for one thing, had a serious foot fetish, and was a sado-masochist as a bonus. His niece and lover, Geli Raubal, wrote extensive diaries which explain Hitler's sexual preferences in detail. It turns out Hitler was such a sex-machine and amazing lover, Geli killed herself. You have to be one sick bastard if the woman you are sleeping with prefers the dirt nap to having to endure another moment with you.

Who knows, in Psychology they teach us in Behavioral Theory the environment is 95% of who we are. So, if Hitler would have zigged instead of zagged; if he was just accepted into art school; or if he simply went into a different beer hall instead of the one he went into to attend his first Workers Socialist dance competition and bake show...

I agree with some of what you said, however, don't you think that (if it were true that Hitler was born with only one testicle), that Adolf Hitler, absolute Fuhrer of Germany and the man that says who lived or died under his dictatorship (up to and including over 6 million Jews, not to mention Allied war casualties, etc...), would have told both of his doctors to say and lie and falsify any evidence to the actual truth that He only had one "testicle" under fear of death?

I assume these are the same doctors that provided Hitler will all the (meth)amphetamines that Adolf required on an hourly or daily basis during the final years of his life. Doctor Morell especially?

All kinds of people lie or falsify the truth for all kind of reasons. I can not think of any more serious reason to lie, especially if it meant your ultimate demise at the hands of probably Mankind's worst killer of all-time or the man that ordered the "Final Solution" of the Jewish Question. (Joe Stalin aside).

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This may not exactly be a conspiracy theory (more like a serial killer theory), regardless, Ted Bundy has been credited with more than 30 murders of woman from all over the United States during his rampage in the 1970's.

Although Ted Bundy's insatiable thirst for rape, murder and necrophilia of Women is Way beyond My comprehension, I do find it fascinating that some American male is capable of such Horrific deeds. His crimes are simply beyond words.

Bundy confessed to 30 homicides, but the true total remains unknown. Published estimates have run as high as 100 or more, and Bundy occasionally made cryptic comments to encourage that speculation.[270] He told Hugh Aynesworth in 1980 that for every murder that had been "publicized", there "could be one that was not."[329] When FBI agents proposed a total tally of 36, Bundy responded, "Add one digit to that, and you'll have it."[330] Years later he told attorney Polly Nelson that the common estimate of 35 was accurate,[270] but Robert Keppel wrote that "[Ted] and I both knew [the total] was much higher."[61] "I don't think even he knew ... how many he killed, or why he killed them," said Rev. Fred Lawrence, the Methodist clergyman who administered Bundy's last rites. "That was my impression, my strong impression."[331]

On the evening before his execution, Bundy reviewed his confessed victim tally with Bill Hagmaier on a state-by-state basis:[238]

  • Eight in Washington (including Parks, abducted in Oregon but killed in Washington), three of them unidentified
  • Eight in Utah (three unidentified)
  • Four in Colorado
  • Three in Florida
  • Two in Oregon (both unidentified)
  • Two in Idaho (one unidentified)
  • One in California (unidentified) (courtesy of Wikipedia)

One of the best books I have ever read is "The Stranger Beside Me".

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No. From what I've read, cocaine had been around at least since the 1960's. I suspect what happened is that South American suppliers realized they could expand their customer base in the U.S. if they dropped the price to levels low income Americans could afford. So they developed a cheaper form of cocaine, crack, and recruited local thugs to peddle it. I have a question for British posters. Is crack cocaine unique to the U.S. or is it used in the U.K. as well?

I have read that crack cocaine use is happening in the main U.K. cities , however the article was high on hyperbole, yet low on how widespread the use of it is.

Not really a fan of Conspiracy Theories after reading a list of suspects as to whom was really Jack The Ripper.....and people who after watching Capricorn One start on about the Moon Landings :redcard:

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I have read that crack cocaine use is happening in the main U.K. cities , however the article was high on hyperbole, yet low on how widespread the use of it is.

Not really a fan of Conspiracy Theories after reading a list of suspects as to whom was really Jack The Ripper.....and people who after watching Capricorn One start on about the Moon Landings :redcard:

who do you think jack was, cecil?

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Well I think mmmh, OK Slave you win this one.......best of three and all that.... :peace:

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i don't have an opinion on who jack was, never really read up on it. so i just was interested in who you thought it was.

i watched the series about it in the 80's, the one with michael caine. they put it as the queens doctor ....

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i don't have an opinion on who jack was, never really read up on it. so i just was interested in who you thought it was.

i watched the series about it in the 80's, the one with michael caine. they put it as the queens doctor ....

Sorry Slave just my sense of humour, the last I heard it was Walter Sickert , i do remember that 1988 tv show.

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Sorry Slave just my sense of humour, the last I heard it was Walter Sickert , i do remember that 1988 tv show.

Sickert was in Paris during most of the Ripper murders, though he was a super-freak. I always liked the theory linking the infamous HH Holmes to the murders. Holmes was in London at the time and the killings stopped as soon as he left.

If anyone is curious read up on Mr. Holmes, America's first publicized serial killer. His Death Hotel in Chicago was something straight out of Hellraiser and was burned to the ground shortly after his arrest. He is also very likely the most prolific serial killer the world has ever known. A very twisted, sick man.

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I read the Area 51 story yesterday and thought it was pointless that they admit that it exists. Everyone has known for decades that it was a real government base where military aircrafts were being developed. Maybe next we'll get official confessions that the White House is secretly in Washington DC, America used to be a part of the British Empire and that government actually controls the tax rate.

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I just watched an hour long show that I had taped from a few weeks ago about the secret society known as the Vril. They were a secret/occult society (started in the late 1800's) that later heavily influenced some of the evil doctrines of the Third Reich. According to this documentary, the Vril practiced Sex Magic and Human Sacrifice. I was waiting for the name of Aleister Crowley to be named as a member or an influence but he was not mentioned. (However, given the mood and tone of this documentary, it would not surprise me that Crowley was fully aware of the society).

According to the documentary, Herman Goering, Heinrich Himmler, Alfred Rosenberg, Martin Bormann, Rudolf Hess and the Fuehrer himself were later members of the Vril. Most of the more prominent senior members of Hitler's Nazi Germany.

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I just watched an hour long show that I had taped from a few weeks ago about the secret society known as the Vril. They were a secret/occult society (started in the late 1800's) that later heavily influenced some of the evil doctrines of the Third Reich. According to this documentary, the Vril practiced Sex Magic and Human Sacrifice. I was waiting for the name of Aleister Crowley to be named as a member or an influence but he was not mentioned. (However, given the mood and tone of this documentary, it would not surprise me that Crowley was fully aware of the society).

According to the documentary, Herman Goering, Heinrich Himmler, Alfred Rosenberg, Martin Bormann, Rudolf Hess and the Fuehrer himself were later members of the Vril. Most of the more prominent senior members of Hitler's Nazi Germany.

The Vril Society was most likely bullshit and never existed, however there was the Thule Society which did exist. The Thule had an inner circle which was controlled by a Maria Orsitsch who was a supposed powerful medium. This inner circle is where the Vril bullshit comes in. Hitler was never a member of Thule or any other esoteric cult and actually thought Himmler was a bit nuts, however he did use its philosophy to control the SS and Himmler.

Interesting side note, Maria Orsitsch mysteriously disappeared after the war, never to be seen again...Hmmmm....

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I just read on another topic that Jesse Marcel Junior had died. He must be one of the last links to all the original persons that were related to the "infamous" Roswell, New Mexico Alien spacecraft that crashed in the desert outside of Mac Brazel's ranch. Mac was the first person to come across this very popular and strange event.

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It must have been an enormous and tremendous strain on such a young kid to have witnessed and actually seen and held "pieces" of a real alien craft, not knowing at the time what it really was. As much as I would Love to have this experience today, this was way back in 1947. Even the United States government (under President Harry Truman) would not even know what it was or the significance of what it was. That would come soon enough, under the new President, Dwight David Eisenhower.

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i believe Jesse snr - he said he saw stuff that was not from this earth.

i reckon that stuff is still around - in a vault somewhere.

i also think that is where we got lots of new technologies .... silicon chips, protective materials, lasers, optical fibre ......

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I personally really like the ancient aliens ones. They seem believable although the show gets to be a little stupid and out of context sometimes, like when they tried to relate Bigfoot to Aliens (yeah they actually did that). They make some great points on the show, about how the Gods and Angels could have been misinterpreted by advanced technology and stuff like that. There's a huge gap in history that would have been explained with this. I don't believe in all of it but some of the stuff they say just makes you think.

Most of these conspiracy theories are bullshit. They make them up and stuff like that, but sometimes you wonder about it. There are some theories about how the guy who murdered Jonh Lennon (I don't think his name deserves to be said) was brainwashed by the CIA and how Paul Maccartney died in 1966 and was replaced by a double, wich to me seems like a wonderfull marketing techinque. There's believers for everything I guess.

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