Join the conspiracy

To my friends and visitors, I hope you find something of interest here. If you do, your participation, comments, additions, corrections and advice, are most welcome. Since, English is not the first language of so many of you, I regret that, for the moment at least, almost all of the material I’ll post is in English. However, there are bits and pieces, which friends have been kind enough to translate into other languages (mostly Spanish). Where I can I’ll post those as well.
Join the Conspiracy

a word that while usually seen having negative conotations is rooted in the idea of being united to bring about some aim.
as The Wiktionary tells us:

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’.
conspire (third-person singular simple present conspirespresent participle conspiringsimple past and past participle conspired)
  1. To secretly plot or make plans together, often used regarding something bad or illegal.
  2. (intransitive) To agree, to concur to one end.  [quotations ]
  3. To try to bring about. Angry clouds conspire your overthrow. — Bp. Hall.