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So it goes in these circles.
We have a bit of a hard time determining whether this is parody, but if it is, it is pretty thorough, so much so that Eric Dubay would probably not mind being identified as a loon either. Dubay runs a website called The Atlantean Conspiracy: Exposing the Global Conspiracy from Atlantis to Zion, a name that remarkably doesn’t even begin to suggest the level of insanity of its the contents (though it points you in the right direction). In fact, it is impossible to do justice to the range of amazing insanity on that website, so we will have to give you a link: Here it is. Dubay is also pretty active on youtube.
The latest article posted when we last checked was “Santa Claus the magic mushroom”, which seems to argue that our Christmas celebrations originated in worship of the mushroom amanita and its potent drug effect (not recommended) that allows you to contact the Gods within you: “Santa, an anagram for Satan, dresses in red, keeps lists of naughty/nice children, and seems to steal Christmas from Jesus. But if understood in its original mushroom context, Santa’s not a conniving, omniscient, list-keeper. He’s an Entheogen – a plant or substance which is said to ‘generate the God within.’” (The naughty list refers to bad trips: “If you have mischief, wickedness, or secrecy in you, then entheogens will take you down into the depths of your own hell.”) The article, which quotes heavily from Cannabis Culture, is remarkably incoherent (it consists primarily of long quotes interspersed with Dubay’s own notes that often bear little obvious relation to the content of the quote or anything else) but in passing makes some fascinating claims, such as “the word Christmas originally comes from the Egyptian KRST (oiled/anointed one) and Mes, the sacred cakes annually made/ingested by the Egyptians.”
The previous article was “Ape-Men Never Existed!”, which argues that the theory of evolution is a fraud because of Ernest Haeckel’s embryos: All contemporary archaeology supporting the existence of early hominids can be linked to Haeckel, which is proof enough for Dubay that everything is a conspiracy and evolution is bunk. He has previously argued that dinosaurs never existed either. Heck, Dubay even has “proof” that the Earth is flat and motionless and has self-published a book, 200 Proofs Earth is Not a Spinning Ball, and no: He doesn’t know what “proof” means. But yes: Eric Dubay is a flat-earther, and if you believe the Earth is flat then, really, everything is up for grabs. We have to mention a comment from one of his fans: “Simply outstanding work! I have been debating with multiple trolls and a few real people for like 3 days now after mentioning the flat earth in the natural news comments,” something “even prompted Mike Adams to take an indirect jab at all of us in one of his latest articles.” Apparently Mike Adams is considered a representative of the mainstream scientific establishment. Which sort of puts Dubay’s fan base in perspective.
Dubay also links to David Duke’s website and has argued that Hitler was really a nice guy who is just misunderstood by the contemporary world: “Adolf Hitler was actually a vegetarian, animal-lover, an author, an artist, a political activist, economic reformer and nominated for a Nobel Peace prize. He enacted the world's first anti-animal cruelty, anti-pollution, and anti-smoking laws. Unlike the demonic portrait that the ‘allies’ painted of him, Hitler was beloved by his people, he wanted nothing but peace, and never ordered the extermination of a single Jew.” The bad rep is really due to a conspiracy created and promoted by the “Jew world order”.
So, yes: According to Dubay, the Earth is flat, Hitler was a nice guy, and the Jews control everything. He also has articles on Atlantis, HAARP, global warming conspiracies, the Freemasons, out-of-place artifacts, chemtrails, FEMA concentration camps, the moon landing hoax and numerology (and he really focuses on the most familiar and inane line of argument in each and every case). But all of that really pales in comparison.
Diagnosis: Worth a visit. Eric Dubay is possibly the craziest and most delusional person on the Internet, and that is something of an accomplishment.