Alex Jones has once again sparked controversy, this time with accusations that his critique of the 'Devil Pyramid' in Memphis, Tennessee as an occultic temple is "slanderous." The local news outlet WMC-TV used the label, while conversely admitting that the central claim-- that a crystal skull was found at the apex of the pyramid-- is true.
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"Jones' so-called 'facts' are mostly slanderous," the station claims, without any supporting evidence or even clarifying what that means, which is itself slanderous (and technically libelous, as it appears in print) against Jones. But as usual, Alex was just going off of reports from local sources.
When Alex Jones and crew were traveling back from Chantilly, Virginia, stopping in Memphis was more or less random. But discussion of the "Great American Pyramid" looming over the city was unavoidable. Was it really built by occultists? If so, for what purpose? Was Alex's memory correct about hidden charms found on top of the Egyptian-inspired structure?
Yes, we soon found out, after scouring the Internet for answers before shooting the now controversial You Tube video and subsequently heading downtown for some of Memphis' world famous barbecue.
The business about the crystal skulls was reportedly first exposed in the Memphis Flyer by John Branston. In 2010, he recapped his original report for the Internet audience, suggesting that it was part of an effort by the Tigrett family to "activate" the pyramid:
In late 1991, The Pyramid was new and exciting. Befitting the weird building, there was a weird rumor that, during construction, workmen were paid to weld a metal box inside the apex. The installation supposedly took place late at night, with the mysterious box carried by persons dressed in black and carrying a transit pointed to the North Star.
One thing led to another, and in December an expedition of county officials and Pyramid management climbed to the top to have a look. Sure enough, there was a metal box welded to a beam 300 feet above the Mississippi River. Someone mounted a ladder and detached it. It was stuck in a vault over the weekend.
When it was opened, there was a wooden box inside the metal box and a black velvet box inside the wooden box. Inside the velvet box was a crystal skull about the size of a man's fist, with sunken eyes, a sunken nose, and elongated teeth. [...] The next day, Isaac Tigrett confirmed that he had placed the skull in The Pyramid as part of a ... promotion called "The Egyptian Time Capsule." by Aaron Dykes http://www.infowars.com/alex-jones-attack-on-memphis-pyramid-slanderous-claims-news-station/
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