Greetings fellow awakeners! Has anyone written anything that would help a non conspiracy theorist understand a little better where one of us are coming from? Maybe something as simple as explaining why it is so interesting to look at things from a different point of view? Most things that I have discovered that the general public would consider a "conspiracy" has been a simple few minutes of my own research into the topic to find that there was so much more to the actual story than I had been told. I think that most conspiracy theorists are simply open-minded and don't allow their fear of learning something so horrible that it changes their entire world, stop them.
Though the many years of studying alternate history and looking for the real story and the truth, I have become a quiet researcher and generally keep what I learn to myself aside from probably one or two close friends. Everyone who knows me, has somewhat of an understanding that my beliefs are always different from theirs. What they don't know is how deep it actually goes and I would never just straight up blurt to someone: "Jews are controlling most of the world while being protected by the holohoax." Or: "The wars that are being fought and have been fought have been the result of the will of the worlds ruling elite and Americans who have died thinking they were killing 'terrorists' for 'Merica' died for nothing close to what they actually thought they were dying for."
I was talking to this girl-friend of mine and she admitted to not appreciating the fact that I always seemed angry when listening to people talk about their beliefs and I come across as abrasive and condescending. She said that I make the person believing said beliefs feel like they are doing something wrong. I said: "t does feel that way. You are saying everything on your end based off of what you know. And I am doing the same based off of what I know. Both people have different beliefs that the other didn't even entertain as a thought yet but the other has. One person has come to a disturbing realization and has adapted his/her life around it while the other is living in a different world, one where that disturbing realization doesn't exist to them. Then those two have a conversation and one says to the other: "be careful about how you come across with those weird beliefs no one talks about because it's bad." And the other would be thinking: "They don't understand that I know and look into things that they just don't care about, but I do."
So finally, my question, (hopefully more clearly put now) is how can I create some sort of entertaining thought,parable, object lesson, anything to help a select few understand where I am coming from. Has anyone seen the movie "The Island" with Ewan McGregor and Scarlet Johansson? Where they escape and try to tell everyone what is really happening and everyone is trying to kill them? Being a conspiracy theorist is like that.