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Conspiracy Theories & Unpopular Culture

Illuminati and Occult Symbolism in Films, Television and Technology: Harry Potter, 5G, Flat Earth, Bitcoin and More
Narrated by: Isaac Weishaupt
Length: 6 hrs and 29 mins
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Inspired by the most popular subjects on Isaac Weishaupt’s podcast, Conspiracy Theories & Unpopular Culture, this book explores familiar topics that have an insidious truth hidden from the masses. Using occult doctrine cited from Freemasonry, Kabbalah, and Gnosticism; Isaac guides the listener through the symbolism of the concepts most frequently discussed by the conspiracy theory community. 

Consider the occult journey of man becoming god subtlety hidden in Harry Potter’s initiation tale. J. K. Rowling modeled Potter’s journey against the ancient mysteries in which spiritualized matter ascends back to the source of divinity to achieve apotheosis. The tale is loaded with influences from Aleister Crowley, Helena Blavatsky, alchemy, and occult duality. Find out the real meaning behind the Deathly Hallows symbol - which is steeped in occult influence. 

The concepts of an “Illuminati” bloodline are defined, with exploration into historical connections with aliens, demonic spirits, and control systems. Learn more about their occult religion of the unholy trinity: Osiris, Isis, and Horus. Bloodlines of demons, dragons, and Nephilim giants are explored to see if the lineage of Cain is working behind the scenes to control the masses. 

Learn what 5G is really about; first from a rational perspective, then the conspiracy theories about artificial intelligence, NSA surveillance, and even the Devil himself! Find out what kind of safety studies have been done to protect us from these man-made technologies (HINT: there are none!). 

Discover why man NEVER went to the moon! The moon mission was loaded with Freemason symbolism - the eagle landing was the alchemical wedding of the male phallus penetrating the female essence. The true purpose of the Space Race was to establish the moon as the Masonic Territorial Jurisdiction. We explore all of the theories for why people believe the earth is flat, including the Gnostics origins of this concept. Find out who Wilbur Voliva was and how Flat Earth personalities are trying to establish a new tribe. 

The basics of crypto currencies like bitcoin are explained; as well as the conspiracies regarding its origins. Find out who Satoshi Nakamoto is, NSA’s 1996 electronic cash and the idea of fiat currencies. We’ll look at theories of the Illuminati’s hand at creating bitcoin, from the NSA to A.I., and even the Devil. Netflix has a show reviving the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina that is full of symbolism pushing satanic concepts into the minds of children who view it. 

From the faustian bargain, to blood sacrifices, worship of the Dark Lord, satanic magick, the Baphomet, and Tubal Cain; it’s all being exposed in this writing. The Kardashian family seems to have six degrees of separation from all kinds of occult influence - but are they part of the Illuminati? Did they sign a pact with a witch in Armenia to achieve fame and fortune? We’ll look at Caitlyn, Kendall, Kylie, Kim K. and see if there is anything of occult nature to this family. 

Darren Aronofsky made several films of occult nature - most prominently Mother! which gave us a Gnostic tale of the oppressive Demiurge god taking advantage of the feminine Sophia wisdom to fuel his egotistical desires. Jim Carrey’s role as the “True Man” in The Truman Show pushed the concept of reality shows into the forefront of pop culture; but there is a darker side to this tale. The parallels to the story of Christ are evident in this tale, but the concept is an inversion of the Christian tale. It’s yet another Gnostic film to influence the masses into occult spirituality.

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  • 21-06-20

just a small criticism

I've been a fan of Isaac's for about a month now, bought many of his audiobooks, and even joined his patreon. I find his analysis of these conspiracies to be both entertaining and informative. However, one thing in this analysis was the equation of trans people, (especially trans women) with the baphomet. As a trans person, a fan, and a christian, this made me feel somewhat alienated and insulted; I know for a fact that my gender identity and choice to transition had nothing to do with the occult, so some kind of disclaimer on that would be appreciated.

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  • KT Marso
  • 06-06-20

A great follow-up to "The Dark Path"

Fantastic follow-up to Issacs book "The Dark Path"! That being said, I recommend reading "The Dark Path" before reading this one (CTAUC), this way you'll have a solid introductory foundation to comprehend all of the more current info contained within CTAUC. As usual, Issac emerges as what I like to refer to as the "Rational Conspiracy Theorist". He touches on several current topics of interest while providing references and educated analysis. Again, drink in "The Dark Path" first and quench your thirst for more with "Conspiracy Theories and Unpopular Culture."

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  • bLizTIc
  • 21-05-20

eh....

the author stumbles in a few places and seems to ramvke in a few spots but there were a few good chapters that perked my ears up.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 15-05-20

Listen to your podcast on Spotify.

I have been listening to your podcast on Spotify for a while now and to be honest it gives me everything I need for my wondering mind. Your podcast is always great so I’m sure your book will be even better! Thank you very much and give me a freakin shout out since I’m your first review on audible.