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originally posted by: Baddogma
a reply to: TheBadCabbie
Hi, welcome, and I wanted to reiterate that this narrative might (MIGHT) be only part of a much larger story about this...er Earth situation.
I agree with Jack (and KPB, etc.) that there are (almost) certainly other factors (other intelligence I mean) at work within the broad area of "UFOs."
This, I think, might just be the human part of the mosaic.
I think even IF this narrative is legitimate, then there are other factors that would still blow the average joe's mind concerning "alien" intelligence... though I'm still of the opinion that it isn't really "alien" like we think it... apples and oranges and all very, deeply weird in relation to day-to-day human stuff.
But as ever, my own take evolves day-to-day.
originally posted by: TransientMountain
originally posted by: MystikMushroom
...a "hidden shadow world" parallel to ours?
I'm not sure of your reasoning, and I'm just an anonymous person passing by, but I can tell you 100% you're on the right track.
In 2002, Kreskin made a prediction that there would be a mass-UFO sighting over Las Vegas on June 6 between the hours of 9:45 PM and midnight that would be witnessed by thousands of people. He also stated that if there were no sighting, he would donate $50,000 to a charity. Hundreds of people camped out that evening yet no sighting occurred. On June 8, Kreskin appeared in the opening segment of the Coast to Coast AM radio show, hosted by Art Bell, to explain what had happened. Bell read Kreskin's press release over the air to the effect that: "the sighting prediction was a total fabrication in order to prove people's susceptibility to suggestion post 9/11". Kreskin claimed he was concerned that a terrorist, with the skills of a mentalist such as himself, could pull a similar stunt involving something much worse. He stated that the predicted sighting was only an "experiment". When asked about the $50,000 donation he previously promoted, Kreskin claimed there was indeed a sighting that night since he said glowing green orbs were supposedly spotted in the sky just before midnight and reported by witnesses after news camera crews had already left the scene. Because of this one reported sighting, Kreskin said his prediction came true anyway and therefore he did not have to pay the money he previously announced. This statement offended Art Bell, who opined that this was merely a publicity stunt on Kreskin's part, and officially banned Kreskin from his show.