The most renown conspiracy magazine in America, Steamshovel Press, presents an anthology of the most captivating articles from the recent past. POPULAR PARANOIA contains all of the contents of Steamshovel magazine recent back issues, covering the full spectrum of global conspiracy culture as seen by some its keenest critics. The anthology exposes the biological warfare origins of AIDS; the Nazi -- Nation of Islam link; the cult of Elizabeth Clare Prophet; the Oklahoma City bombing writings of the late Jim Keith, as well as an article on the strange death of Keith; the conspiratorial mind of John Judge; Marion Pettie and the shadowy Finders group in Washington, DC; demonic iconography; the death of Princess Diana, its connection to the Octopus and the Saudi aerospace contracts; spies among the Rajneeshis; scholarship on the historic Illuminati; and many other parapolitical topics. The book also includes the Steamshovel’s last-ever interviews with the great Beat writers Allen Ginsberg and William S. Burroughs, and neuronaut Timothy Leary, and new views of the master Beat, Neal Cassady and Jack Kerouac’s science fiction. POPULAR PARANOIA also collects articles and commentary by Steamshovel Press editor Kenn Thomas never published in the magazine. Kenn Thomas has authored many books on the subject of conspiracy, including The Octopus, Popular Alienation and PARAPOLITICS. He coauthored with David Hatcher Childress, INSIDE THE GEMSTONE FILE, MIND CONTROL, OSWALD & JFK, and NASA NAZIS & JFK. He edits and publishes the conspiracy magazine, Steamshovel Press.
POPULAR PARANOIA: The Best of Steamshovel Press, edited by Kenn Thomas. 308 pages. 8x11 Paperback. Illustrated, footnotes, references, and foreword.