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This article was published on May 8, 2017

    Alex Jones made a symbol to illustrate humankind transcending the synthetic VR being pulled over our souls

    Alex Jones made a symbol to illustrate humankind transcending the synthetic VR being pulled over our souls
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    Matthew Hughes

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    Today I learned that Alex Jones — the notorious Texan radio presenter, shock jock, and professional lunatic — has an artistic side, as well as a fresh and original take on virtual reality.

    I have literally no idea what he’s on about. Nor do I know what an upturned Star Trek comm badge has to do with synthetic VR for the soul.

    That said, it’s a nice change from him ranting about how chemicals in the water are making the freaking frogs gay, or how Donald Trump kisses goblins.

    I’ve reached out to Illuminati for more information, and if they get back to me, I’ll be sure to update this post.