|The green eye is a nice touch there Steve;-)|
'He Will Live Up in the Sky' (the free part that is) as I was putting up the huge Christmas tree this week that now stands in my living room (a living room which is not up in the sky;-) and I came across a Steve Jackson game I had bought in the early 2000s and have actually never played called
'Illuminati: The Game of Conspiracy', when I was digging through the cupboard looking for the Christmas Tree to put up for Christmas.
|Looks like there are three other Illuminati games to buy, as well|
|Apparently it's the Munchkin games that bring in the money at SJG|
I bought the Illuminati game more for the art, like some people would buy a set of tarot cards just to look at the pictures, just like some guys (and girls) buy magazines not to read for the articles;-)
|A sample of cards from the Illuminati game|
|Snake eyes on the Illuminati dice?-)|
|Maybe Apple, Facebook, Twitter or Google would have been better names?-)|
|Jake Kotze's Instagram post|
|I've had this book on the shelf for years, but am yet to read it|
Let's hope it's all nothing but junk mail and fiction and nothing like how the real world is run today.
But Murphy's Law and all.
The real thing I find disturbing in the card game is that groups like the "Flat-Earthers" have seemed to have been weaponized by groups who like to shine the spotlight on these nut-bags as if they are what real truth-seekers are all about.
Which seems a good way for groups like NASA, who might have some real skeletons in the cupboard worth taking a closer look at, to have the heat taken off them by pointing the finger at these flat-earth jokers for the public to have a good laugh at.
I think I'll give this game to my son to play with his geeky role playing friends.
And as for Chris' book, I'm sure it's a good read, but I'm all Illuminatied out at this stage and board with it all right now.
But that's probably just what they want me to think, right?-)
Now where did I put that cup of Kool-Aid and the remote control for my Netflix channel, as I'm sure there is a Marvel movie I haven't yet watched somewhere on there?-)
|Indrid Cold, commonly known as The Smiling Man:-)|
'Baby, It's Indrid Cold Outside', as that will make my boiling hot, bush-fired up Aussie Christmas real cool in the eyes of my neighbours the Jones's, who I find it hard to keep up with;-)