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Our ‘Underground Knowledge’ discussion group on the popular site continues to go from strength to strength with membership now topping 480, making this one of the fastest growing groups on Goodreads.

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The group is aimed at those with an interest in the world we live in and a desire to learn or to uncover “underground knowledge” on important issues of our times.

Everyone’s welcome to join! All you need is an enquiring mind. Our members include scientists, teachers, historians, authors, intelligence agency personnel, bankers, housewives, whistleblowers, students and one or two busy-bodies (two actually).


Here are some popular discussion threads that you might like to check out or better still to join in on…

Are cures for cancer being covered up by Big Pharma?…

Mozart and shattering the inborn genius myth:…

Operation Mockingbird – The CIA’s use of hundreds of US journalists to deliver propaganda to the American people:…

Is Queen Elizabeth II richer and more powerful than anyone else on Earth?…

The overpopulation myth – the counter-theory that the planet is not over populated:…

Evidence for scientifically advanced Ancient civilizations?…

Does the Illuminati even exist anymore?…


Latest poll

Our latest new poll is proving the most popular to date. It asks: Do you believe the world in 2015 is the most scientifically evolved civilization in the history of the Earth? To date, 52% say no, 19% yes and 29% are unsure. A fascinating discussion is developing in the comments section as well – so do check it out and feel free to have your say:…

The poll closes January 12 PST.


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A discussion thread titled “War, what is it good for? Absolutely nuthin!” on our Underground Knowledge group on has prompted an outpouring of anti-war comment, the overwhelming concensus being that war is, indeed, good for absolutely nuthin.

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The discussion was prompted by publication of an excerpt from our book THE ORPHAN CONSPIRACIES. It was lifted from a chapter titled ‘False flag operations’ and reads as follows:

According to our research, WW2 was one of the last legitimate wars. Legitimate in that there was probably no other alternative but war. Nearly all other wars since – especially the Gulf Wars, Vietnam, The Falklands War and the various Afghan wars – have simply been money-spinners spawned by the fear of fabricated enemies or at least unproven enemies.

This all leads to other questions.

Were communists ever a valid threat? When the US pulled out of Vietnam, why didn’t the much hyped Domino Theory ever occur? Why weren’t most other Asian countries overrun by communism as this theory stated was inevitable?

Is it realistic to have a war on ‘terror’ instead of a conventional war against a recognizable nation or group of nations? Can bearded nomads living in caves in Afghanistan or Pakistan really be a genuine threat to superpowers? And can isolated and impoverished nations like North Korea prevent world peace if the rest of the world wants peace?

Would North Korean president Kim Jong-un actually order his military to fire nuclear weapons and incite war? If so, what would be in it for North Korea when they’d obviously be committing suicide by inviting the rest of the world to immediately invade them? Can a leader of any nation really be that stupid?


A random selection of some of the more interesting responses from group members follow. (Names withheld):

Some conflicts/wars I believe are a necessary evil – a terrible waste and disgraceful but if you lived in Africa wouldn’t you want someone to help you. There in lies your argument who decides where we go to war and where we ignore?


I’d replace the word ‘country’ with ‘government’. That’s the biggest con of all- this belief that we’re all countries of people starting and fighting wars, when it’s always been the top elite (government, royalty…) creating those wars. And in today’s age especially, the vast amount of people in the world want peace. It’s the governments that make those decisions, not the people.


Somewhere along the way the US was hijacked by elitists and American values were discarded.


War is often propaganda-dly sold to us with fear.


All we’ve got to do is defend rather than invade. It’s effing simple.


At the beginning of the “War on Terror,” here in New Mexico I was shocked and awed to see so many American flags erected on private properties as well as a popular bumper sticker which said; “SUPPORT OUR TROOPS,” which really meant “SUPPORT OUR WAR.”


There used to a sarcastic slogan back in the 60’s; “Sure its a dirty little war. But its the only one we’ve got.”


Fighting just creates more fighting; its an endless loop in human history that will never cease until we go about things another way.


If we don’t work for those in power… if we don’t pay those in power, they’re stuffed. But it’ll take a huge amount of people, including people in politics, armed forces, police forces… to come together to change the world.


History strongly suggests that the human story is the story of wars and dominance. So, to escape all that has gone before, it seems necessary to do something new; a miracle, if you will. Its hard to keep believing in the face of reality.


ISIS seems like yet another fabricated enemy ala Al Qaeda. And indeed there is already much evidence to support this theory.


There have always been evil doers…terrorists, dictators, are all over the show – yet for some reason we always inflate the Middle Eastern ones and under-report other ones…5 million people have been killed in the Congo (formerly Zaire) in the last 10 years plus 1 million women have been raped. But no Western country wants to invade The Congo and try to do the right thing.


Trying to achieve peace by one more war is like saying terrorists can be defeated by terrorizing other nations in the charade they call the War on Terror…For me, Jim Morrison said it best when he sung “They got the guns, but we got the numbers.”… It’s similar to what Gandhi said during the time of the British Raj: “100,000 Englishmen simply cannot control 350 million Indians, if those Indians refuse to cooperate.”


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The Underground Knowledge group is open to everyone! All you need is an enquiring mind, an interest in the world we live in and a desire to learn or to uncover “underground knowledge” on important issues of our times.

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Our members include whistleblowers, scientists, historians, conspiracy theorists, students, authors, doctors, teachers, librarians and more.

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Membership of our new Goodreads group, 29 Conspiracy Theories – A Discussion Group, continues to grow, attracting commentary on subjects ranging from the Fed and international banksters, to Big Pharma and the Medical Industrial Complex, to mind control and Project Monarch, to aliens and Area 51 and many more.

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The group was originally titled The Orphan Conspiracies (after our non-fiction book of the same name). We changed the name to encourage wider debate and to get across to prospective members that they don’t need to have read the book to participate in the group.


Book the inspiration for group.

In little more than a month, group membership has topped 150.

As we say in our Introduction to the group:

This group is for like-minded people to discuss the controversial topics explored in The Orphan Conspiracies: 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan Trilogy. This non-fiction book was written by James Morcan & Lance Morcan with Foreword by leading scientist Dr. Takaaki Musha and Afterword by renowned historian Professor Richard Spence.

The group is open to everyone! You don’t have to have read The Orphan Conspiracies to participate. All you need is an enquiring mind, an interest in the world we live in and a desire to learn or to uncover the truth.


To join 29 Conspiracy Theories – A Discussion Group or to check out what Goodreads members are saying about it, go to:—a-discussion-group

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Everyone’s welcome!Lance & James


THE ORPHAN CONSPIRACIES: 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan Trilogy  delivers a balanced exposé of some of the most important conspiracy theories of our time.

Whistleblowing revelations include corrupt officials, racists, secret society members, warmongers, compromised journalists, economic hitmen, modern-day Doctor Frankensteins and mysterious individuals rumored to have wealth that would dwarf the net worth of Bill Gates and others on Forbes’ so-called Rich Lists.


A book for the common people…the 99%.

This book is written for the lower classes and the homeless, the outcasts and the marginalized, the abused and the victimized, the unpaid and the underpaid, the overworked and the out-of-work, the refugees and the poor, the uneducated and the undereducated, the forgotten and the lonely, the misunderstood and all the other underdogs of society who together, collectively, form the majority – or the 99%, if you will.

As Director of Japan’s Advanced-Science Technology Research Organization, Dr. Takaaki Musha, states in the book’s Foreword, “This book discloses exactly what is happening right now…in the corridors of power, in prime banks and meetings of the global elite.”

Dr. Takaaki Musha…a contributor to The Orphan Conspiracies.

A former senior research scientist at the Technical Research and Development Institute of Japan’s Ministry of Defense, Dr. Musha also describes The Orphan Conspiracies as “The secret history of the 20th Century and the early 21st Century.”

And as Professor of History at the University of Idaho, Dr. Richard Spence, reminds us in the book’s Afterword, “Out there, in the dark, all things are possible.”

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Dr. Richard Spence…”All things are possible.”

The renowned historian also points out that the multitude of “conspiracy theories” we present in the book is “a prime example that we (humankind) do possess a tremendous capacity for deluding ourselves—and others.”

Read more in The Orphan Conspiracies: 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan Trilogy

And check out our new Goodreads group “The Orphan Conspiracies” – established to provide a public forum for interested parties to discuss any of the controversial topics explored in this non-fiction book…  >>>  New members welcome!



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In just three weeks our new Goodreads group “The Orphan Conspiracies” has topped 100 members, confirming our belief there’s a lot of authors, readers and others interested in how the world (really) works, politics and social sciences, global change, international peace, media studies and 21st Century history.

The group has been established to provide a public forum for interested parties to discuss any of the controversial topics explored in our non-fiction book THE ORPHAN CONSPIRACIES: 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan Trilogy.


Issues covered to date in the group’s discussion thread include false flag operations and the US military’s (true) proposal to kill Americans, MK-Ultra and Project Monarch mind control, Bilderberg and puppet masters pulling strings, the Federal Reserve and international banksters, polyglotting and genius techniques of the elite, Yamashita’s Gold and the multi-trillion dollar WW2 cover-up, Nikola Tesla and suppressed science, Royal welfare benefits and the Queen’s invisible riches, Big Pharma and the medical mafia, Jonestown, Ormus, the science of racism, the Fourth Reich, the price of a “free” media and more.

As we explain in the introduction to the group, our book was borne out of reader curiosity for it was not something we ever intended to write. However, when The Ninth Orphan, the first book in our international thriller series The Orphan Trilogy was published readers began commenting on or asking about the truth behind the real-life mysteries highlighted throughout. Since then, readers’ emails and social media posts have escalated with the publication of The Orphan Factory and The Orphan Uprising, books two and three in the trilogy.

Our book bridges the gap between fiction and fact. It fully explores the real-world suppositions, assumptions and theories we included in our fictional universe and provides answers to the questions our readers have been asking.

As we’ve said before, our mission in writing The Orphan Conspiracies was twofold: to expose the global agenda designed to keep the power in the hands of a select few (the top 1%) and to empower the masses with essential knowledge that’s been withheld from them until now.

Goodreads members appear to have welcomed our new group going by the comments received to date. Here’s what one new member has to say: “I’ve always had an affinity for alternate history books and especially conspiracy theories, so I’m excited to connect with like-minded people. I do subscribe to a policy of radical honesty, so if you ask for my opinion you will get it. Look forward to some lively debate!”

To join “The Orphan Conspiracies” group, or to check out what Goodreads members are saying about it, go to:

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Everyone’s welcome!Lance & James