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Illuminati Card Game - HELP SOLVE THESE CARDS
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[quote:crazycanuck 807970:MV8xMDI2NjEzXzE2MjY5NjUzXzYwMzY4MDk2] [quote:DrPostman] ZTE, I've noticed many times before that Postman has zero tolerance for conspiracy theories, making this a rather odd place for him to be. i think one of the many mind-fuck experiments here is the role of "conspiracy forum moderator who doesn't like conspiracies", just to see how we react to that. either that, or he's just a strange guy. The purpose of the card game could not be more clear. I think we're all with you on that. Who says I don't like conspiracies? I'm fascinated with the myriad forms of passionate credulity that you find a plethora of on GLP. Wouldn't this be a boring place if everyone only agreed with each other? Don't you want to have your intellect challenged? That's why I'm here, along with how much I love the eclectic alacrity of GLP. This is so much more than a conspiracy web board. Once you've been here a few years it's a family. So, I take it I'm the only one on this thread who has actually played the game and been familiar with it since it was first offered almost 30 years ago? [/quote] No, I've played it lots of times. It helps set the tone if you've read the Illuminatus Trilogy (helps make "the rules" of play more understandable). There were 4-5 of us that played it once a week or so for quite awhile in the late 80's. I still have the game in its original box, it's in pretty good shape. We had loads of fun with it. Of course now that it is literally coming to pass, it isn't quite so funny ha-ha, but funny ironic. I read the trilogy again a couple of months ago and was quite surprised how well it's held up (in that it came out in the 70's), it was still a hilarious and informative read too! Haven't played the game since maybe mid-90s. :hiding: [/quote]
I started this thread to help solve a few illuminati cards that have been driving me nuts. I figured someone out there could help unravel the mysteries.
First off, this starting post is to educate people on the illuminati cards. If you don't know, this is a card game made in 1995 by Steve Jackson. Jackson issued playing cards, three of which foretold the events of 9/11, and many more of which correctly predict events since then, including Hurricane Katrina.
Here are a few links to get you started.
link to www.cuttingedge.org
This blog is nice because he posts the card, then a news story or picture from real life to go with it.
link to greatdeceptions.blogspot.com
This site just has a bunch of cards to look at with explanations.
link to www.endtimescurrentevents.freeforums.org
Every card in the game in the link below. Thanks to AC 919366 for finding this.
link to cid-9f33f6e14912f497.skydrive.live.com
- expired link
Here is another link thanks to FooDStamp for every card in the game if you know the name of the card.
link to www.americalies.com
] - expired link
New Link with every card
link to todayperhaps.com
Example of the Obama card from 1995. (The second link has a picture to go with this, which looks eerily similar to the card). I'll get some more cards lined up later that we can dissect.
Edit: Here's a video for people who don't like to click links and learn things.
P.S. Special thanks to Phenommm because she usually starts these threads...
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