This is the sixth release in the Conspiracy Tapes series and is available here only as a teaser, the full one-hour piece is available in full, exclusively for our Patreon supporters.
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Anti-Vaxx people have always fascinated us, why would you take the risk and put other people at risk, it just doesn’t make sense, but then many of the belief systems we’ve run into don’t.
This is the final tape for a while, we’ll be releasing the odd one in the future for our new Patreon Project and we’ll have more details on that next week.
For many Morgellons is a disease of the delusional where the sufferer has parasites and alien technology living inside their body.
This is a very difficult listen, Brian like most Targeted Individuals doesn’t trust anyone and believes he’s being targeted by everyone and has been trapped in his house for 5yrs. He’s angry, confused and concerned for his own well being. After 2yrs down the rabbit hole even we are questioning why the Police decided to knock on his door at 4.45am. He believes he is a targeted individual and openly admits this whole thing is making him ill. We wish him all the best and hope that he comes out the other side.
Posted on 24th September 2018 in Mixes
For a while now, we’ve been quietly curating a playlist on Spotify featuring a few ambient, downtempo and experimental tunes. For non-regular Spotify users, it is also completely free if you can put up with the occasional advert.