"Illuminati New World Order" Game - Truth or Hoax? (Illuminati Hoax)


notsoproud2
#1
Information on this website claims a game created in 1995 shows all the details of the September 11th attack and other plans for the future:

http://www.cuttingedge.org/news/n1753.cfm
"Illuminati New World Order" Game

What's your opinion? Could there be any truth to it, or is it all a hoax?
 
notsoproud2
#2
Information on this website claims a game created in 1995 shows all the details of the September 11th attack and other plans for the future:

http://www.cuttingedge.org/news/n1753.cfm
"Illuminati New World Order" Game

What's your opinion? Could there be any truth to it, or is it all a hoax?
 
notsoproud2
#3
Information on this website claims a game created in 1995 shows all the details of the September 11th attack and other plans for the future:

http://www.cuttingedge.org/news/n1753.cfm
"Illuminati New World Order" Game

What's your opinion? Could there be any truth to it, or is it all a hoax?
 
Paranoid Dot Calm
#4
Hey! NotSoProud2

A guy would need to be a forensic scientist to figure that conspiracy out.

I'll wait for the movie.

Calm
 
Paranoid Dot Calm
#5
Hey! NotSoProud2

A guy would need to be a forensic scientist to figure that conspiracy out.

I'll wait for the movie.

Calm
 
Paranoid Dot Calm
#6
Hey! NotSoProud2

A guy would need to be a forensic scientist to figure that conspiracy out.

I'll wait for the movie.

Calm
 
notsoproud2
#7
The other link says:
  • It's only a game. Really

    Fanatic Church Group using INWO to promote ideas -check this out..

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    Have any of you seen the articles here?

    http://www.cuttingedge.org/articles/ICG.html

    Check 'em out. They have cross links to David Icke's site (http://www.davidicke.net/symbolism/...minaticards.jpg) in their articles - Some of you old school Conspiracy Buffs might recognise his name - he used to be a guest (host?) on the Art Bell show years and years ago..

    This Cutting Edge site appears to be a Freemason Hysteria site - What's interesting to me is that 1) A religious group would even know the card game INWO exists (its not like Steve Jackson Games is a big media group like Wizards of the Coast, or an obvious target the way TSR used to be - not that they shouldn't be - SJG provides way better stuff! - they just seem to be more niche orriented) and 2) that once they got ahold of some cards, rather than targeting the game as a cause of trouble, they're saying the game is prophetic!

    trip..
 
notsoproud2
#8
The other link says:
  • It's only a game. Really

    Fanatic Church Group using INWO to promote ideas -check this out..

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Have any of you seen the articles here?

    http://www.cuttingedge.org/articles/ICG.html

    Check 'em out. They have cross links to David Icke's site (http://www.davidicke.net/symbolism/...minaticards.jpg) in their articles - Some of you old school Conspiracy Buffs might recognise his name - he used to be a guest (host?) on the Art Bell show years and years ago..

    This Cutting Edge site appears to be a Freemason Hysteria site - What's interesting to me is that 1) A religious group would even know the card game INWO exists (its not like Steve Jackson Games is a big media group like Wizards of the Coast, or an obvious target the way TSR used to be - not that they shouldn't be - SJG provides way better stuff! - they just seem to be more niche orriented) and 2) that once they got ahold of some cards, rather than targeting the game as a cause of trouble, they're saying the game is prophetic!

    trip..
 
notsoproud2
#9
The other link says:
  • It's only a game. Really

    Fanatic Church Group using INWO to promote ideas -check this out..

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Have any of you seen the articles here?

    http://www.cuttingedge.org/articles/ICG.html

    Check 'em out. They have cross links to David Icke's site (http://www.davidicke.net/symbolism/...minaticards.jpg) in their articles - Some of you old school Conspiracy Buffs might recognise his name - he used to be a guest (host?) on the Art Bell show years and years ago..

    This Cutting Edge site appears to be a Freemason Hysteria site - What's interesting to me is that 1) A religious group would even know the card game INWO exists (its not like Steve Jackson Games is a big media group like Wizards of the Coast, or an obvious target the way TSR used to be - not that they shouldn't be - SJG provides way better stuff! - they just seem to be more niche orriented) and 2) that once they got ahold of some cards, rather than targeting the game as a cause of trouble, they're saying the game is prophetic!

    trip..
 
missile
Conservative
#10
I joined the Illuminati back in 1986. Really! Of course,it was part of a Steve Jackson Gaming Set. I just joined to get the free Pope I.D.Card. I'd worry more about real conspiracies.like the Trilateral Commission and the Bindenburg Group and leave an outfit that died out in the late 1700's alone.
 
missile
Conservative
#11
I joined the Illuminati back in 1986. Really! Of course,it was part of a Steve Jackson Gaming Set. I just joined to get the free Pope I.D.Card. I'd worry more about real conspiracies.like the Trilateral Commission and the Bindenburg Group and leave an outfit that died out in the late 1700's alone.
 
missile
Conservative
#12
I joined the Illuminati back in 1986. Really! Of course,it was part of a Steve Jackson Gaming Set. I just joined to get the free Pope I.D.Card. I'd worry more about real conspiracies.like the Trilateral Commission and the Bindenburg Group and leave an outfit that died out in the late 1700's alone.