We’ve all kind of wondered, right? Did Lee Harvey Oswald really act alone? What about the detailed symbology in Dan Brown’s popular suspense thrillers? For me, those are fun reads. I think it’s perfectly normal to be intrigued (briefly) with potential conspiracies from time to time and there’s nothing like a good old edge of the seat conspiracy thriller at the movies.
Then there’s the wacko obsessive paranoid crazy person, combined with a dash of pathological liar. We met her on Saturday. A neighbor of ours asked us out to lunch with another friend of hers, who will be pet/housesitting our friend’s dog next week. We were unprepared, as it turned out, for the meeting.
For two plus hours, “Tamara” held forth. If we had been able to break free from horrified paralysis and interject a comment or two, it would have been difficult to interrupt her stream of consciousness monologue on the following topics: microwaved water (poisonous), scalar weaponry (You don’t know what that is? I will tell you, and let you know the five countries that employ it), Jesus’ face on the ocean floor, the successful manipulation of weather by They and Them, the meaningful “fact” that cell mitochondria (she called them “mitrochondria”) are supported by cross-shaped structures, the purposeful connection between Jewish holidays and the conception and gestation of a human fetus, and the cause of her brain aneurysm and subsequent miraculous survival. Oh, and this woman drinks decaf expresso. Because, she asked rhetorically, can you imagine someone like her on caffeine?
I will make just a few comments now that lunch is mercifully over. Microwaved water is not poisonous, and no, it does not stunt the growth of plants. Really. Scalar weaponry, which apparently involves electromagnetism and invisible domes similar to the ones used on Crest toothpaste commercials decades ago, does not exist even though in 1986 “they” did a practice run over Atlanta, Georgia. You would have known about the scalar dome over Atlanta, but you didn’t, because it was only a practice run, see.
If you look it up on the Internet, a tracing of the alleged face of Jesus allegedly seen on the Ocean floor shows a humanoid with a low forehead and a receding chin, more like Neanderthal Man than the commonly accepted artists’ renditions of Christ. I told She that if you could see this face on the Ocean floor and you thought it was really an image of Jesus, it would change your whole relationship with Him. And not for the better, in my humble opinion.
If you don’t believe Tamara about the successful and ill-intentioned manipulation of weather, it seems that somewhere there is a weatherman who used to be with an NBC affiliate in Pocatello, Idaho, and he knows that there isn’t a single flood, hurricane, drought, or even earthquake that wasn’t planned and executed by Them. And if you are still skeptical, consider this: Tamara saw it on Fox News! Yes! It was on Fox News! How could you ever doubt?