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originally posted by: Baddogma
a reply to: Rosinitiate
that "wrongness" has admittedly given me some lost slumber over the years, as there are some twisted, horrible scenarios brains can build when there is a history of lies and lack of any good information... or even a lack of any so-so information, usually!
originally posted by: olaru12
1% ers...it's not about money, social status or any of that BS. I't about blood lines and some how, some way the whole UFO, paranormal, mysticism, religious, etc. is all tied in with those few blood lines.
Maybe Tom D. has some of that rare liquid flowing in his veins thus allowing him privileges not available to the rest of us.
That's one of my question for the upcoming AMA w/ D. Icke
You talk about this project being extremely important to communicate to the next generation.
It's gonna be Apollo all over again where people are blown away by what our country is capable of and what we've been doing. They're not going to be the Big Bad Secret Government. People are going to want to re-allocate more money to space defense and exploration. They're going to want to work for incredible companies—that I can't say here—instead of Elon Musk. Some of these companies are having a hard time getting new engineers because they can't talk about what they're doing. But I'm like, "If people knew what you're doing, they will all day long graduate from MIT and come work for you." It's like how the day after 9/11 everybody went to work for the military. Just be truthful and they'll support you.
Tell me about your secret meetings with high-level government officials.
For me to go into the areas I did and pitch something with knowledge, to bring ideas that had a voice that they don't have, I think that's what resonated with them. Being who I am afforded me at least an open door. But once you get in there, you gotta say something smart. Because a lot of these people—even though they have multiple stars on their shoulders, they have multiple PhDs, have an enormous responsibility, and in some cases they command tens of thousands of scientists and engineers and different programs that nobody knows about—when you get in there you've gotta speak coherently about your idea and get to the point quickly. My knowledge of the UFO phenomenon as an academic of the subject and presenting a thesis to these people instantly made them understand that I could be a rare force that could execute this type of a project. I also understood the more scary and complex parts of the phenomenon. I wasn't just in there saying, "UFOs are aliens from another planet and they wear tinfoil hats."
"they found a life form in a crash and there have been multiple crashes that have been investigated and cleaned up via an organization/project that is bigger than Apollo or the Manhattan were".
A 1945 Life article estimated that before the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings "probably no more than a few dozen men in the entire country knew the full meaning of the Manhattan Project, and perhaps only a thousand others even were aware that work on atoms was involved." The magazine wrote that the more than 100,000 others employed with the project "worked like moles in the dark". Warned that disclosing the project's secrets was punishable by 10 years in prison or a $10,000 ($131,000 today) fine, they saw enormous quantities of raw materials enter factories with nothing coming out, and monitored "dials and switches while behind thick concrete walls mysterious reactions took place" without knowing the purpose of their jobs.