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We won’t go deep into the subject because there are so many other indications, that we must keep our eye on the big picture. Just some reservations: - first of all the name of the satellite: as if he was doomed to end in a commercial spot of the Pepsi company. So he could be made ridiculous. Just don’t let mislead you. - why authorities who have all the means to prove the nature of the black knight are not giving us a credible explanation? - some claim that Tesla was the first who discovered the satellite. And although Tesla believed in extra terrestrial intelligent beings, the discovery of the satellite by him cannot be proven. - in the 50’s several sources mention the satellite (see link to the first page of the site below). - the satellite would orbit first one of the poles and by its return it would orbit the other pole. Strange because in the 50’s no human satellite seemed to be able doing that. (Today they can do it anyway.) - it must been said authorities were once proud to announce that the black knight was a piece of the Discoverer rocket. (Something that simply not could have been the case – see also the link that follows.) We won’t keep on arguing because we can’t prove anything. Of course not. Because again you must see the big picture to see that all the indications about our extra terrestrial origins are covered up. And please don’t tell us that this is not possible. Because it is possible. For those who want to know more we give you a link to one of the best conspiracy websites in the world . Another bit of trivia is that just before Kehoe's book came out in 1955, another book hit the stores that year. Aimed at late teens, it is a near perfect predecessor of the "black knight" tale. I think Kehoe used some phrasing and description from that, and kiddies read it the same year that they read Kehoe's book, and it sort of melded together in their memories as the years went by. The result being that "Secret of the Marauder Satellite" ended up being recalled as a topic in Kehoe's 'nonfiction' book. And a legend was born.
originally posted by: ignorant_ape
i have a question - its going to offend some folk - but what the heck :
at what point are you going to admit that your memories are imperfect ,your knowledge incomplete - and you are sometimes wrong ?
because while it may be currently popular to deny any failings on your part and invent ad-hoc fantasies to account for them
there is of course the Reductio ab absudium extrapolation where-in :
the people of great britain speak - british
there is a bidge from england to france
iraq is in ` south europe `
and africa is the largest country in south america
just man up and admit you are sometimes wrong - its not hard
or do you really want to go al the way and accept every special snowflake is really right " in some alternate reality "
originally posted by: aether22
a reply to: TheMadTitan
You know about the bible saying the lion and the lamb will lie down together?
Except it doesn't, it mentions a wolf and a lamb, and they aren't even lying.
originally posted by: EternalSolace
I'm sure we're all familiar with the stories about how the Berenstein (Barenstain) bears are remembered as something different. And we all remember the different stories about how people that claim that Australia is in the wrong place on the globes and maps.
I just had a personal experience involving this phenomenon. It is in regard to an ATS member that will remain unnamed unless they post in this thread and acknowledge the question I asked them. I won't mention the username unless I obtain their permission or they post in this thread.
In essence, I started this thread so that people could describe and share their experiences with the "Mandela Effect".
Please, share your experiences or thoughts regarding this effect and its implications.
The papers offer a look at Hillary Clinton’s mindset through some of the most difficult parts of her husband’s presidency, including the Monica Lewinsky scandal. According to the friend, Diane Blair -- a political science professor whose papers were donated to the University of Arkansas Special Collections library – Hillary Clinton credited Bill Clinton with trying to break away from Lewinsky, whom she called a “narcissistic loony toon.”