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Membership of our new ‘Underground Knowledge’ discussion group on the popular literary site has now topped 500 and has opened up debates on a wide range of topics spanning current events, 21st Century history, conspiracy theories, media studies and more.

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Popular discussion threads range from Big Pharma and the $ickness Industry, ISIS and the war on terror, Project Monarch and ritual abuse, antigravity propulsion, Area 51 and aliens to suppressed science and technology, genius intelligence, the Queen’s invisible riches, and Operation Northwoods and the US Military’s proposal to kill Americans.

Links follow to some of the ‘Underground Knowledge’ group’s more popular discussion threads:

Does the Illuminati even exist anymore?…

Operation Northwoods – the US Military’s (declassified) proposal to kill American citizens on American soil using ‘acts of terrorism’. Some investigators believe the Northwoods documents (which were signed by the US Joint Chiefs of Staff) provide an historical precedence to support the possibility that 9/11 may have been an inside job:…

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

Are those who claim they have been Eyes Wide Shut-style sex slaves under mind control their entire lives deluded or insane or telling the truth? Share your opinion in this thread on the much talked about yet still unproven ‘Project Monarch’:…


‘Underground Knowledge’ group polls popular

Our polls are proving popular with members. We recently asked: Do you believe 9/11 was an ‘inside job?

9/11 Pictures

9/11…A terrorist event or an ‘inside job’?

The results of that poll roughly reflect various polls conducted by mainstream media outlets like Newsday, CNN & CBS, which have repeatedly shown about 50% of Americans believe the US Government had something to do it. For our poll results (and comments) go to:…

Meanwhile, our latest poll asks: Do you believe in God? To date, 70% of poll respondents say Yes (I believe in God); 16% say No (I am an atheist); and 14% say Undecided (I am an agnostic).

To view the comments of all poll respondents, or better still to have YOUR say, go to:—a-discussion-group?type=group

Poll ends January 26.


Our ‘Underground Knowledge’ discussion group is now one of the fastest growing groups on Goodreads. 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, law enforcement officers, historians, authors, intelligence agency personnel, bankers, housewives, students, three or four rednecks (probably three), one or two busy-bodies (two actually) and one high profile whistleblower.

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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.”

Richard B Spence

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!




With its profits-over-people agenda, capitalism has unfortunately spawned a monster that’s now out of control.

The free enterprise concept inherent in the economic model of capitalism should mean common people, or lower and middle class wage-earners, have greater potential to rise up and gain financial independence. In reality, however, free enterprise all too often leads to an almost total lack of government regulation that in turn allows the global elite to run amuck in Gordon Gecko-style financial coups.

Even if capitalism is the best economic system in theory – which it probably is – the type of corporatocracy it leads to in the real world usually means the rich get richer while the poor get poorer. And although much good has come from capitalism – America’s phenomenal success in the 20th Century was arguably due to the free market economics its Founding Father’s encouraged – the system’s immense flaws have also become evident in recent years.

We expand on this in our book The Orphan Conspiracies: 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan TrilogyHere’s an excerpt:

It’s almost as if capitalism is a robot that was originally programmed with a single instruction: Make profits by all means necessary.


Initially the profits surged in, putting food on the table for untold families, building communities and lifting living standards in numerous countries. However, the robot could not be stopped or reprogrammed, and without governments being able or willing to set boundaries the same system that once gave to the people now began to take from them. It began to lower living standards by widening the gap between rich and poor and by destroying the same communities it once built.

Unregulated capitalism began to abuse working class citizens – the very people it was designed to assist; it allowed leaders of corporations to play God while employees became workhorses for their owners. Perhaps a better description would be worker bees sacrificing their own welfare for the benefit of the royal queen bees.

Unfortunately, the advanced civilization and technological utopia that capitalism helped create is also one where most humans are treated like dogs in a dog-eat-dog world.

None of this means we are socialists or communists. Nor are we anti-progress. And no, we are not about to suddenly reveal that this whole book has been a thinly veiled disguise for our political beliefs – although no doubt some shallow thinking book reviewers may assume this. For those who have read this book in its entirety, it should be abundantly clear we are staunchly apolitical and believe that no political system canever provide a total solution.

Most of the issues we’ve raised in this book are essentially social concerns rather than economic or political ones.

Also, as filmmakers and authors, we are fully aware that we have benefited, and continue to benefit, from a capitalistic system. There is surely much good in capitalism. For example, the American Dream – the same dream that people of most other nations desire – says anyone who has ambition and a good work ethic can succeed no matter their race, gender or social class. Living up to those ideals is likely possible only in a free, democratic and capitalistic society.

Therefore, we would support a revised form of capitalism, rather than doing away with it completely. This restructured economic system would hopefully be one with more heart and social awareness while still allowing for self-made entrepreneurs to rise up and be rewarded for their efforts. Rewarding achievers is crucial as history has proven that whenever socialism or communism is implemented there’s little incentive to succeed because success is not duly rewarded.

It’s obvious something has to change in our capitalistic society as there’s far too much unnecessary suffering on the planet right now.

We have faith our book will contribute in some small way to that change and help make a dent in that awful statistic that reminds us 21,000 fellow humans die of starvation every single day. (Two people just died in the time it took you to read that brief statement).   

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A book that’s for the common people...the 99%.



When we set out to write The Orphan Conspiracies: 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan Trilogy it was not our intention to add more negativity to the world, or to depress or frighten readers: rather, we were simply aiming to find an overarching, all-embracing truth in our research into the 29 conspiracy theories covered in our thriller series, The Orphan Trilogy, and then relay that truth to readers through our writing.

However, the subject matter required honesty to be effective, and it’s an inescapable fact that at this time in the Earth’s history there are some dark secrets being whispered in the corridors of power.

Such matters should not be ignored, for as Carl Jung said, “One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.”

In shedding light on the crimes perpetuated by the global elite and all their subtle and often heavily-disguised offshoots, we trust this book will contribute toward a greater awareness in society the world over. If knowledge is indeed power, then we fervently hope the light we shed on these particular conspiracy theories will empower people everywhere – in every nation.

Of all the statistics we uncovered during our research, one in particular has stayed in our minds throughout the writing process: 21,000 people die every day (one person every four seconds) from starvation.

That’s a sickening figure considering our research has also shown there is more than enough wealth in the world for everyone to at least receive the basic necessities.

A doctor examines Mihag Gedi Farah, a seven-month-old child who weighs just 3.4kg,  in a field hospital of the International Rescue Committee, IRC, in Dadaab, Kenya

This starving seven-month-old Somalian child weighed just 3.4kg when this photo was taken.

It’s obvious something has to change in our society as there’s far too much unnecessary suffering on the planet right now.

We have faith our book will contribute in some small way to that change.

We hope readers will not confuse The Orphan Conspiracies with anarchist books or believe it to be an affront against ALL those in positions of power around the world.

Despite our criticisms of governments and intelligence agencies throughout the book, we firmly believe there remain good people within these organizations. Honest people who want to assist the greater populace and release information that has been covered up.

Unfortunately, they’re up against an organization, an outfit, an entity – a global elite or call it what you will – that has morphed into the Splinter Civilization. This small, invisible but powerful rogue alliance seems to be operating in total isolation from known civilization, and is quite possibly working against humanity to further its own aims.

The Splinter Civilization most likely benefited from knowledge and technology gleaned from Nikola Tesla’s suppressed inventions covered in our chapter on suppressed science, or Project Paperclip’s Nazi scientists mentioned in our chapter on “The Fourth Reich”, or from extraterrestrials associated with the 1947 Roswell incident we summarized in our Area 51 chapter – or quite possibly from a combination of all three. Its members are not beholden to any official organization, be it the US Government, the military or the UN. It is its own entity, bankrolled by the wealthiest individuals, banks and corporations of the global elite – or the 1% of the 1%.

Like the Nazis who were sequestered to America after WW2, these people are fascist in their outlook and they view the masses as an annoying sub-class – pawns to fight their wars or else parasites to be depopulated or even completely eradicated. They have no concern for humanity as a whole.


Fortunately, there are compassionate people in government who are using their positions of power to serve the people and to fight back against the Splinter Civilization. These individuals are attempting to reestablish democracy by shifting the power back to the masses, often at considerable risk to themselves. They go about their work quietly, oftentimes working alongside those who don’t share their well-meaning agendas.

We suspect these public servants, who are actually deserving of that title, are aware of the radical scientific technologies that have been suppressed. They recognize how freeing up inventions like anti-gravity propulsion systems, free-energy devices and other such exotic technologies, would automatically solve many of the world’s current problems.

Every day these honest authorities are working on behalf of humanity to try to make the world a better and fairer place.

Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.”Desmond Tutu

Of course, no genuine change in society ever occurs without the mass public getting behind a cause. The good guys in government are counting on enough of us common people waking up and demanding more rights and greater freedoms.

So let’s start building this new world together…A fairer society where every citizen is truly equal regardless of wealth, social background, nationality, education, race, gender or sexuality.

And if you are reading this and happen to be in a position of power – political or otherwise – and you currently represent only the 1%, then listen to your conscience. Deep down, you know it’s wrong what you’re doing. So start assisting humanity and get on the right side of history.

And lastly, remember, as we state or allude throughout our book…

Everything in The Orphan Conspiracies: 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan Trilogy may be wrong.

James Morcan & Lance Morcan