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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Truthiracy Dictionary Definition

Truthiracy (truth + conspiracy) A 'truthiracy' is when a conspiracy becomes the 'truth.' A conspiracy is a spiral of lies, and a truthiracy is a spiral of truth. The 'con' in conspiracy means "to fool." The word "Truthiracy" was created by researcher Christopher Lord who produces documentary films which can be seen on youtube at Truthiracy1.

A spiral is a circular winding, twisting coiling (line), a symbol of time, like going down the rabbit hole. We use the term "don't beat around the bush," meaning do not try and 'fool' me and take me for a "ride" so to speak. We say to not 'twist' the truth. When you combined 'spiral' with 'con' which means 'to fool' or deceive, you get the true meaning of conspiracy. A Cabal, is an association between religious, political, or tribal officials to further their own ends, usually by intrigue. A secret 'cabal' that conspirers and fools people with trickery or force. One or more persons who make plans to fool and deceive in order to obtain the desired outcome.

The verb conspire generally accepted of coming from the Latin roots con (“with”), and spiro (“I breathe”) — so 'to conspire' literally means 'to breathe together'.

late 14c., from O.Fr. conspirer (14c.), from L. conspirare "to agree, unite, plot," lit. "to breathe together," from com- "together" (see com-) + spirare "to breathe" (see spirit). Or perhaps the notion is "to blow together" musical instruments, i.e., "To sound in unison." Related: Conspired; conspiring.

conspiracy (plural conspiracies)
The act of two or more persons, called conspirators, working secretly to obtain some goal, usually understood with negative connotations.
(law) An agreement between two or more persons to break the law at some time in the future.
A group of ravens.


con (1)
"negation" (mainly in pro and con), 1570s, short for L. contra "against" (see contra).
con (2)
"study," early 15c., from O.E. cunnan "to know, know how" (see can (v.)).
con (3)
"swindling" (adj.), 1889, Amer.Eng., from confidence man (1849), from the many scams in which the victim is induced to hand over money as a token of confidence. Confidence with a sense of "assurance based on insufficient grounds" dates from 1590s. As a verb, "to swindle," from 1896. Con also can be a slang or colloquial shortening of some nouns beginning in con-, e.g., from the 19th century, confidant, conundrum, conformist, convict, contract, and from the 20th century, conductor, conservative.
con (4)
"to guide ships," 1620s, from Fr. conduire "to conduct, lead, guide" (10c.), from L. conducere (see conduce).


  1. Your research is amazing. My only request is changing to a white website with black text. White text on black background is stressful on the eyes. In professional web design, this is an industry faux pas.

    Also, the Sandy Hook sacrifice occurred on the Black Moon of Death, as well as the "suicide" of Aaron Swartz, but I am sure you already know that.

    Keep up the good work.


  2. What etymological dictionary would you suggest Truthiracy?