So I posted this video on the old forum where we all went after this site's previous forum had shut down. This is also a response to this thread here. What about your family and friends?
Now when we all figured out about 9/11 being an inside job or when we heard about the Illuminati, everyone flipped their pancakes. Worst thing that happened to most of us, is that we started telling everyone about the conspiracies we know today, making our friends and family think that we're crazy. Especially back then, when we didn't have much info to go on, we had to look for other researchers like David Icke, Peter Joesph and his Zeitgiest films, which by the way pretty much opened the door to all sorts of conspiracies for me but on the negative side, it made me reject Christ. Fortunately, I have as timed passed, the truth came to me and that is Jesus Christ. Moving on, everyone's world view/paradigm were extremely affected and it made people want to seek for the truth. Many ended up creating their own "truths" from what most researchers have told them. Some people ended up either being into the New Age, an alternative religion or spirituality or fully went Atheist and Anti Bible/Jesus. Now this is what I have experienced when I first came into the truth movement. Like I said, Zeitgiest opened the door for me and I became very interested into finding the truth about this world. Ironically, Zeitgeist immediately told many truth seekers to not look for Jesus Christ and I didn't think of it at the time but as I looked into other researchers, many of them have said, to not look for Jesus and saying things like Christianity is wrong etc. I always thought, even as a person who used to be an Atheist I thought it was strange some lengths people would go to into trying to discredit God, the Bible, and Jesus. I was very close into being in the New Age but thanks to someone on this forum, he pointed me to Age of Deceit and made me rethink my worldview and I thank you for that. When I finished watching the flim with my older brother who was also struggling at the time, for me especially, everything in that film connected all the dots for me in my many years of my own research. In conclusion for my own experience, finding Jesus Christ was the best thing that has happened to me. Now for the new generation of truth seekers, I warn you, please be careful what people provide you as "truth" because most of the time, it's not and it's in most cases spiritually deceptive.
What the video above is trying to accomplish, is to warn you about being too critical when pushing your conspiracy topics on other people. Especially when conspiracies are all you want to talk about, those people may not want to hang out with you anymore and they will eventually think you are crazy. Don't let these conspiracies be your life. Don't let the New World Order be your life. Don't stress over all of this. I read a few post on the thread where people tried to tell their friends, families, or significant other about the truth of the world and it's many conspiracies and are rejected to carry the conversation. They seem that they don't want to talk about it. How often do you try to talk to them about conspiracies? What's normally their reaction? Sometimes, it's just too much for people to think about. The video goes further into depth about this. Enjoy the video.
"Therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient for the day is it's own trouble."