The Facts – The Theories – The Evidence
by Andy Thomas
The Moon landings; JFK; Watergate; The Gunpowder Plot. 9/11; The New World Order; Fake News; Donald Trump and Russia – since the political intrigues of the Roman Empire, nearly every significant event of the last 2,000 years has sparked off a conspiracy theory.
Andy Thomas sifts through the evidence of all the major conspiracy claims, and more, analysing it intelligently and compellingly in this timely overview of essential subjects which potentially influence everyone’s lives today. Thematically arranged, the accounts are stripped of unfounded opinion and presented factually but accessibly, dramatically highlighting the core issues. It is up to the reader to decide where the ultimate truth behind each theory lies – but it is clear that at least some conspiracy speculation should be seriously considered.
This new 2019 edition (now extended to 321 pages, with a brand new cover) takes into account many of the huge developments which have affected people’s awareness and perception of all things conspiracy-related since the original 2013 version. An extended list of the many subjects covered can be found in the link below. It updates some of the original content and adds a lot of new material to make it one of the most cutting-edge, accessible and crucial guides available as to why people really believe in conspiracies and why it matters more than ever that we keep conversations going about them in the face of ever-growing censorship.
Find out more about Conspiracies here.
“Whether steeped in conspiracy lore or just a novice, you’ll get a better handle on what’s really going on in the world by reading Andy Thomas’s Conspiracies.” (Nexus Magazine)
“Reasoned, objective and most importantly fair… a valuable addition to the existing canon of literature in this most fractious of subjects: fascinating, sometimes worrying and highly recommended.” (Phenomena Magazine)
“Rational analysis of the available evidence is essential in order to draw an informed conclusion. This is precisely what Andy does in this book, which makes it a reliable source for those unfamiliar with this kind of material… It is neatly self contained and can be recommended as a useful introduction to many controversial topics.” (Network Review)
“A level-headed compilation of classic theories… Andy Thomas uses hard facts and cold logic – rather than paranoid speculation – to forensically analyse contentious events.” (The Argus)
1 – What is Conspiracy Theory?
2 – Historical Conspiracies
3 – False-flag Conspiracies
4 – Political Conspiracies
5 – Assassination Conspiracies
6 – 9/11 and related Conspiracies
7 – Extra-terrestrial Conspiracies
8 – New World Order Conspiracies
9 – How Far Should Conspiracy Theories Go?
Notes and References