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posted on Jun, 5 2003 @ 12:01 PM
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I know a bunch of you here must have heard of him..so what do you think? Do you think he's a crackpot(like I've heard some say) or do you think this guy knows what he's talking about? He's written many conspiracy related books, somewhat like Icke. I find he has some pretty interesting info. Where on earth do some of these people get this kind of information?


I have a tape that he recorded about alien abduction and it's pretty freaky...I don't usually invest too much into these conspiracy writers, but I thought about getting a couple of books he's written..I'd like first to know what you all think...

So thanks in advance~
Magestica




posted on Jun, 5 2003 @ 12:06 PM
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He's a retired air Force (colonel?) and does have some fantastic info-hard to digest sometimes i.e. Project L.U.C.I.D. which outlines a world govt. computer system for tracking/controling all people through all means.

He professes the Christian faith.



posted on Jun, 7 2003 @ 04:38 AM
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Far too interested in cash to be a crackpot. The High Priest of Paranoia is occasionally amusing when he has a go at Billy Graham; but otherwise a sensationalist rip-off drivel-merchant "conspiracy world" forsooth.
One recalls his little battles with the IRS and how he made an even more complete a*s of himself than usual over Y2K - he was selling food hampers for the "end days" at the time.
The sort of charlatan who gives charlatans a bad name.



posted on Jun, 7 2003 @ 04:42 AM
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And I must mention another favourite: when he assured the neurally challenged that the UN was bringing in foreign troops and hiding them at Fort Polk, Louisiana, just waiting to turn them against Americans!
That was in June 1997: anyone seen them yet?
He had, we will recall, previously assured the synaptically dysfunctional that the UN had already obtained absolute control over the Great Smokey Mountains National Park.



posted on Jun, 7 2003 @ 06:24 AM
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Well guess I won't go invest too much in any of his books then..I had just seen a few of the things he had written and thought he might know what he's talking about? But I guess he's just another one of those out to make money


I did however read a good bit of William Coopers stuff before his death and thought he actually may have had an idea, even though he was wrong too about alot of things..
Magestica



posted on Jun, 7 2003 @ 09:14 AM
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I'm with Estragon. Tex may follow the Christian belief, but he obviously doesn't listen to the Holy Spirit that would bedwelling within him, as He is wrong so often!



posted on Jun, 8 2003 @ 12:32 AM
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Originally posted by Thomas Crowne
I'm with Estragon. Tex may follow the Christian belief, but he obviously doesn't listen to the Holy Spirit that would bedwelling within him, as He is wrong so often!


OK okey..I'm not going to invest my money in all of his books, so don't worry
Also, aren't we ALL wrong many times? That's really no reason to just toss someone out or toss out their ideas and words..being wrong is being human. I'm always skeptical anyway, of some of those conspiracy/doomsday writers~
Mag



posted on Jun, 8 2003 @ 12:44 AM
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I dunno... I did pick up his gulag tape, the man does come off rather eccentric but does provide a great deal of documentation. as with all providers of information, never throw out the baby with the bath water...

I'd rather have a few more tex marres than benny hinns anyday


just my 2cents...



posted on Jun, 8 2003 @ 09:55 AM
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Yeah, we are all wrong sometime. But Tex has been wrong quite often. He points to a splinter and screams, "That is going to require amputation in just a few days! Mark my words!"

Well, I have marked his words, on many occasions.

Example, Bill Clinton. You'd a thunk Bubba was Satan himself and ol' Bubba Satan was gonna pull a lever and cause all of us to slide down a chute to Hell. It wasn't that way. Sure, Bill did some horrible things that has weakened our sovereignty like no other president before, but he didn't enslave us. He just set the scene up some more for that occurance.

Tex is one of those that over-dramaticizes everything to the point where people will be numb to his words, and when the real and emminent wolf is running down the path...





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