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Black Triangle UFOs and an Alleged Breakaway Civilization- Discuss

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posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 06:59 PM
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Hey Folks?

Congratulations for setting what has to be a new world record for all-time fastest formation of a UFO-Cult.

#SNIPPED's# writings are being repeated as though liturgical.

The PM's have now taken on the magnitude of “secret knowledge”.

The secret knowledge is shared amongst a pyramidal heirarchy of “those that know”. The 75%/25% "rule" has been made doctrinal.

Participant members are starting to enhance the tale by “filling in the blanks”, and are creating what sounds like apostolic fan-fiction and...

...worst of all we have the Author of the original fiction hidden beyond reproach by his new secret name, “#SNIPPED#”.

And now, pleas are starting to come in calling for an end to the harrassment (or questioning, I guess) of the believers so that their “beliefs” are not assaulted or challenged.

You are indeed like unto a UFO-Cult, despite the tale's lack of aliens.

Are we just going to toss what we have learned about the impact of this sort of thing on society and how it may or may not help to manufacture consent, or what?

Remember, friends don't let friends join UFO-Cults.


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posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 07:09 PM
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I also want to disclose a personal account from the late 1980's in the foothill region of Tucson, AZ. Being so long ago, some finer points are fuzzy.

I was awakened ... in the wee hours... by an orange glow in my bedroom window... got out of bed and looked outside to see a weirdly shaped orange light pass over a nearby hill.

I went out to the main portion of the house... which was in a desert area with the nearest neighbor about a half acre away... to find my Aunt out on the back porch, smoking.

I asked is she'd seen it and she said she had... that it was a diamond shaped black thing, the size of a small van, with glowing orange panels... it had cruised by... hesitated... then circled the house twice before going away.

She was amazingly blaze' about it... like wingless diamonds passed by at night every day. I had her draw it ... chatted a bit and went back to bed... pretty much freaked out.

The next morning she wouldn't talk about it at all... I thought, at the time, that she was scared of the unknown.

Since that time I'd been really interested in UFOs and everything paranormal.

#Snippy# mentioned that he had been active in the Southwestern U.S. using remote drones to find good dreamers... and it is another of the things that made me go "huh?" over this.

I had thought the aliens in that particular craft were just small... now, a remote SES drone sounds more plausible, heh.



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 07:14 PM
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When I asked bassplyr why he/she didn't record it if he/she knew it was coming, he/she said it was too fast.
But now he/she has perfect recollection of the event??
Mmmmm.



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 07:18 PM
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a reply to: Bybyots

Noted... though any novel info can replace 'UFO' and be spoken of in such a manner.

What are we supposed to do? Nobody is taking money... nobody is going off to join #snippy# in his compound... heck, I'm not committed and I bet even the people alleging visits from space geeks are not dropping out to commune with the stars...

It's a story... one that makes more cohesive sense about high tech that is seen than most other stories I've read... but a cult?

Well, folks will follow any fool thing, so perhaps you're right... but we cannot muffle inquisitiveness to keep some folks from extrapolating too much, can we?



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 07:20 PM
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a reply to: combatmaster


Thanks combatmaster, thats a great ad....reminds be just before the B2 made her debut.



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 07:22 PM
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a reply to: MystikMushroom

right because everyone in this website just crawls through every topic that exists all day every day.

considering it is in the top topics it isn't very hard to miss and people that are interested and never saw the original thread will check it out, hardly a "dis-info psy-op".

a reply to: Bybyots

starting to see this is exactly what this seems like unfortunately.



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 07:24 PM
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a reply to: combatmaster

Cool! NG has some style in visual media too now lol.

And such a distinct sound at the end there...



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 07:42 PM
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a reply to: combatmaster

Well I was initially wondering the same thing too. I thought to my self why the hell would someone fly this over the city. Almost angry due to the stupidity of flying something that exotic over a city. Then after a lot of thought I've come to the conclusion that they were doing a demo of this things penetration abilities. It flew low and very fast over Los Angeles, not once but a few times. Whoever they were doing that demo for (probably for a contract or for some further funding) was most likely impressed. And the demo was a success. Obviously.

Hell if it could do that to los angeles. Imagine what it could do if was hostile towards any other city or airspace in say some of our not so favorite countries.



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 07:57 PM
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a reply to: BASSPLYR

But what about all the other instances.... im talking hundreds, if not, thousands of sightings in 40 years.

Regardless of the reason, these things risk exposure to the whole world if they crash land on dry terrain... unless ofcourse there is an angle we arent seeing.

My point is there is something that doesnt add up in 'the risk of accidentaly CRASH landing in a populated area and blowing the cover up bigtime' versus ' the reason it is over populated areas (and therefore, sighted sometimes) in the first place'.

Its as if it is impossible for these 'craft' (sorry KellyPrettyBear - i still dont get why it aint a craft... r u referring to the assumption it is grown as opposed to built?) to malfunction.



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 08:07 PM
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originally posted by: combatmaster
a reply to: usafage



Reminds me of the Northrop Grumman Commercial when you wanted the future moment shadow over the clouds.


I embedded it for all to see...

Interesting.... this reminds me of the USAF commercial that was mentioned in OP. Are Ad's trying to disclose something to the masses?


Wow that is an interesting commercial! I think the last part is insinuating that the aircraft isn't just out of frame and we are seeing its shadow, rather that it is in frame and invisible/optically stealth; Based on seeing its shadow and the displacement of the clouds directly behind it or it's contrail I can't tell which it is supposed to be. And I agree it is similar in some ways to the USAF commercial in the thread I authored that is mentioned in the OP.

I personally do believe that we are being fed these things on purpose slowly. I also think based on #snipped# thread/posts and info from other Aircraft Project posters information that the UFO's we have been seeing in the skies for a long time have always been government tech. That isn't to say I discount the possibility of UFO's belonging to non-earth beings as being possible but I think if they have they ability to traverse the stars they have the ability to avoid contact/visibility at will as a given.



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 10:07 PM
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originally posted by: Arpad


3. those that can't see them yet, don't look for a triangle, but rather look for something amiss. you'll see it eventually and then often.



The chances of seeing anything interesting in my location is probably slim to none, but just in case...
Can you elaborate on #3 a little? Would it be more likely to notice something "amiss" during night or day? Are clouds of interest? Blocked stars? Thanks for anything you can add.

On a side note. As another one of the "been lurking for a really, really long time, and this topic brought me out of the shadows guy/gal...
I fully respect the whole private pm thing, but not being part of the pm club, and missing seemingly vital info, is more frustrating than I can explain. Just the mention of the pms is starting to eat at me.
I wish there was a way to convey the weight of those pms without causing any issues.

UFO's (regardless if they're ours or "theirs") has been my favorite unexplained topic for most of my life. Lately, Ive kind of lost the dream and the sceptic in me has grown. This topic has me holding onto the dream a little, and has reignited my imagination. Im thankful for that regardless, but I fear "if" there is belief swaying info...I'll never know.

If "the not to be named one" is reading this, (or anyone else on the inside) what is the deal with my dreams?? Seriously, they're starting to concern me.

And please consider doing a fly by over Northern Indiana sometime. I want to believe.
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posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 10:08 PM
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originally posted by: combatmaster

originally posted by: KellyPrettyBear
a reply to: BASSPLYR

So the image was more vivid than the laws
of physics would allow for the distance
and speed of the 'object' ?

That's how it was for me anyway....
which in conjunction with other
factors made me understand
the mystery.

Kev


So what impression did you get, if i may ask.

What is the reason it does not seem to follow the same laws.... what did you understand from what you saw?

BTW... did u post this story already? im interested in reading it


I have spent nearly 50 years organizing my mind and emotions to be
as effective in support of my personal goals as possible; hence when
someone projects an image into my mind, I nearly cannot be fooled,
no matter how 'advanced' such a party thinks they are. Whether the
image be beamed with technology, the effluent discharge of a living
plasma being, or even a hypothetical supernatural being (no such
thing as 'supernatural'), the absolute source does not matter.

So when I saw the so-called 'Triangular UFO', I immediately ran various
tests on the perceptual data I was receiving and ran an anomaly
detection sequence real time.

I noted that the form I 'saw' was in fact in partly drawn from my memories;
had a vividness and quality of detail that was not humanly possible given
the distance, speed and other factors; I would have had to be nearly in
touching range to get that quality of a visual experience; while the 'craft'
had to have been something like 500 feet to 1000 feet above me and seemed
to be hundreds of feet in length (yes I know that without proper background
reference material my estimates have no merit); but given the speed the
'thing' was moving (from horizon to horizon in about 10 seconds), I should
not have been able to perceive that image, with that detail and vividness.

Hence, I am 100% convinced that there was in fact no 'physical craft', at least
in the form presented; given the other impossibilities (zero noise; no sonic
boom, no exhaust, no plasma discharge, no this, no that, ridiculous speed,
ridiculously low over a population center, etc).

I have many other reasons to say that there are no physical craft involved
with these sightings.. some I will not divulge at this time. So my eyes are
going to get dislocated from the pure pressure of BS and misinformation
I keep hearing about this as I roll them.

BTW, I had a secret clearance in Military Nuclear Power, have watched
many types of aircraft take off and land point black range (from aircraft
carriers etc) and have certainly read up on alternative propulsion
technologies as much as the next guy. So I'm not dismissing the outrageous
nonsense in the absence of technical knowledge - far from it.

That's all for now... and yes I did report this to MUFON and hand drew the
entire thing to scale.

Kev



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 10:13 PM
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originally posted by: Baddogma
a reply to: KellyPrettyBear

Only if you include heavy breathing w innuendo in the pm's!



*eye roll*

My beautiful, brilliant and amazing GF might not care for that!

Kev



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 10:25 PM
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originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: KellyPrettyBear

Well I was experiencing Tachypsychia (everything slows down and is embedded in your memory in detail. ) Goes with an adrenalin dump. SO to me I can replay those two seconds over and over again like I'm going through a series of photos, or hitting rewind and pause on a video. Plus I have a pretty good photographic memory.

The most detail of the craft what when it was directly overhead. I can remember that almost like my mind took a snap shot of it. When it was coming at me (directly at me) I remember in detail the movements the craft made the strange stuff the field around it was doing. But my fondest memory was of it after it passed and banked back inland gracefully. It was so smooth and fast it just looked and felt so triumphant. it was a definite HELL YEAH!!!!! pump your fist into the air and shout USA!!! moment.

I dunno it could have been an illusion or something as inferred from your previous post, but I really, really, really, really really doubt it.



Everyone sees what they want to see; that's why there are infinite forms of 'UFOs'
and one will NEVER 'Land on the White House lawn', as they don't actually exist
as physical objects at all.. at least not for very long.

But I have no desire to impose my thoughts on you in any way.

Thanks for comparing notes.

Kev



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 10:30 PM
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a reply to: WanDash

Thanks Wan, I find it staggering that discussing a natural chemical that occurs in the brain during REM sleep could be... forbidden.

*shrugs*



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 10:32 PM
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originally posted by: Bybyots
Hey Folks?

Congratulations for setting what has to be a new world record for all-time fastest formation of a UFO-Cult.

#SNIPPED's# writings are being repeated as though liturgical.

The PM's have now taken on the magnitude of “secret knowledge”.

The secret knowledge is shared amongst a pyramidal heirarchy of “those that know”. The 75%/25% "rule" has been made doctrinal.

Participant members are starting to enhance the tale by “filling in the blanks”, and are creating what sounds like apostolic fan-fiction and...

...worst of all we have the Author of the original fiction hidden beyond reproach by his new secret name, “#SNIPPED#”.

And now, pleas are starting to come in calling for an end to the harrassment (or questioning, I guess) of the believers so that their “beliefs” are not assaulted or challenged.

You are indeed like unto a UFO-Cult, despite the tale's lack of aliens.

Are we just going to toss what we have learned about the impact of this sort of thing on society and how it may or may not help to manufacture consent, or what?

Remember, friends don't let friends join UFO-Cults.



Thank god in not the only one that sees this. Star fir you.



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 10:34 PM
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originally posted by: combatmaster
a reply to: BASSPLYR

Your story is fascinating...

I have too many questions for you. But one point nobody has brought up yet..... how is it possible that all these black triangle craft have been flying the skies for over 40 years and never has any of them had a malfunction or error and crashed to the ground. Or maybe it has? i dunno....

Is that tech error-free so to speak? Because imagine if one did crash and make touchdown on the ground.... imagine the ***storm that would ensue.... if the whole world new media had their eyes on such a thing....

Is this not a risk when flying these things over cities?


Haven't you noticed that NONE of the 'crashed ufo' myths have ever had the tiniest
corroboration whatsoever? Funny thing that... and nearly all of them have had
'the cover' of being in very remote locations.

And the say nearly 30 years of intensive reports of triangles flying over major population
centers has never had a crash mythology associated with them? Given that the 'triangles'
seem to spend most of their time over population centers, if they had the same fail
rate as 'those crash mythology UFOs' there would have been dozens of football field
sized craft diving and exploding on top of grandma's house over those 30 years.

But since that crash mythology story could not be supported with such large 'craft'
so frequently seen and nearly always over crowded metro areas... why funny
coincidence ... there are no reports of crashes.

The 'magician' never attempts a trick that the audience would see through... only
ones where redirection and misdirection (the cover of a remote locale in this case)
would be usable.

Seems painfully obvious to me... and I think you were headed in that direction too..

Kev



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 10:36 PM
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a reply to: Bybyots

Beautiful.

Kev



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 10:37 PM
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originally posted by: Bybyots
Hey Folks?

Congratulations for setting what has to be a new world record for all-time fastest formation of a UFO-Cult.

#SNIPPED's# writings are being repeated as though liturgical.

The PM's have now taken on the magnitude of “secret knowledge”.

The secret knowledge is shared amongst a pyramidal heirarchy of “those that know”. The 75%/25% "rule" has been made doctrinal.

Participant members are starting to enhance the tale by “filling in the blanks”, and are creating what sounds like apostolic fan-fiction and...

...worst of all we have the Author of the original fiction hidden beyond reproach by his new secret name, “#SNIPPED#”.

And now, pleas are starting to come in calling for an end to the harrassment (or questioning, I guess) of the believers so that their “beliefs” are not assaulted or challenged.

You are indeed like unto a UFO-Cult, despite the tale's lack of aliens.

Are we just going to toss what we have learned about the impact of this sort of thing on society and how it may or may not help to manufacture consent, or what?

Remember, friends don't let friends join UFO-Cults.



I dont know if I should laugh or be alarmed by this.
You have a point. Maybe a nearvous laugh is appropriate.



posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 10:42 PM
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originally posted by: MystikMushroom
a reply to: Jenisiz

One could also argue that a thread being made about said topic suddenly being full of people discounting the original story is a dis-info psy-op in and of itself.

I find it amusing how this topic has brought so many out of the woodwork.


Sad thing is there's no need for any disinformation agents in this thread or about this topic. Members took an already outlandish story and are filling in the blanks to the point it's sounding like a really bad low budget scyfy movie. It's as if members are trying to pass off Sharknado as truth. I can't believe I bore witness to the birth of a truly asinine cult. No proof what so ever has been provided solidifying any claims. This is mass hysteria at it's finest LOL



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