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Sheep Conspiracy
By Flying Fox AKA Ted L Glines
Sunday, September 07, 2008

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Finally, the truth is out - why adults will believe anything told to them by any leader of church or state ...

Sheep Conspiracy
by Ted L Glines

Why is it that modern man seems so easily led astray by political/religious rhetoric and propaganda? This fact of life flies in the face of all theories which say that mankind is the most intelligent creature on earth. And, why is it that most children seem to show more wisdom than they later exhibit in adult life? It is as if something essestial is lost between the ages of 17 and 25 years of age.

A clue may have been found in a partially intact diary unearthed from an airtight vault deep under the ancient Castle Mannheim in the mountains of eastern Germany. The diary dates from about 1735 and appears to have been the writings of one Erik von Kleist, purported to have been a scientist and scribe for the Arcane Knights of the New World Order. His most brilliant student was a younger monk scientist named Andromeda. This statement was found circled repeatedly on an inner diary page which remained perfectly intact:

“Atticus Andromeda hat gefunden dass die Fähigkeit zu wissen, dass Wahrheit von Fiktion im dritten Backenzahn von einem Mann wohnt.” ~Erik von Kleist, Hauptwissenschaftler

Later intact diary pages contain notes indicating that this startling discovery was subsequently dispatched to colleague scientists and doctors throughout the civilized world, and was sent by sailing ship to the colonies in the Americas. As the New World Order was a mission of the Holy Roman Vatican, of course the discovery was sent first to Rome.

By the end of the nineteenth century, some 160 years following this breakthrough, medical surgical techniques had progressed to the point where Andromeda's discovery could be put into practice. Dental surgery, always before a crude process, became more of an understood science during this period. Certain unheard-of things became possible.

You will begin to see the light when you read the translation of Erik von Kleist's circled statement:

“Atticus Andromeda has found that the ability to know truth from fiction dwells in the third molar of a man.”

This was a stunning scientific discovery which would alter the history of the world. In laymen's terms, the “third molar” is known as a wisdom tooth. Beginning at the end of the nineteenth century, dentists removed the wisdom teeth of most adults between 17 and 25 years old. Thereafter, the adult populations of the world became submissive to the dogmas and propaganda of church and state. Now you know why the Pope and televangelists and world leaders are always smiling.

Do you still have your wisdom teeth?

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Reviewed by David Arthur Walters 10/10/2008
I lost them in Chicago after impaction. The first one was removed surgically by the dental school at the university - one of the most painful experiences of my life to that point. Another one was pulled for $10 by a dentist on Wilson Avenue: he used regular pliers, put his knee in my chest, and it was gone. Very little pain thereafter. He must have still had his wisdom teeth.
Reviewed by Mary Coe 10/4/2008
Interesting read.
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 9/9/2008
interesting
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 9/8/2008
Wow, fascinating stuff. When I was in the military, they insisted on removing my wisdom teeth - I told them 'No!' Years later, my dentist told me that I had made the right decision - I still have them. My dentist must have been quite sage!
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 9/8/2008
Wisdom? what's that? As a few thousand years back history student i haven't found proof of that thing ever existed.
Wisdom? just a word invented by a used car salesman on the year 3.756 BC.
And the biggest con of all the cons? paying for the bullet proof Cadillac of any preacher out there.

Georg
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 9/7/2008
Ted,

A thought provoking write, very well done. My feeling is this: the reason kids seem to "get it" is because they still believe in promises made; in magic; because they haven't had their dreams and wishes quashed by adults. It's because they believe as a child, innocent, no pretenses. Adults have forgotten how.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Glenda Bixler 9/7/2008
Can decide whether this is spoof, satire...or just plain fun! I enjoyed it though...

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