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originally posted by: Kandinsky
a reply to: Jonjonj
There's a history of murkiness and we're only bystanders.
Ufology has wilted to the point of near-death and its participants are probably outnumbered by wild elephants. The field had some media influence and it's practically gone in the past decade.
*If* Delonge is being told ufological tales by powerful people, it's gotta be interesting. Media is the message they say. So why would anyone be imparting messages to TD?
It is important to me this comment...the public are not ready for...what?
RE: The media project; if there is a story to be told I would think that in this day and age the multi media plan Tom has devised is a solid way to tell it.
I know crashed saucers were mentioned
originally posted by: Springer
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FWIW I was blown away by the statement in part two (I'm paraphrasing here), "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".
When I consider the ramifications of that statement, if it's the truth, it brings to mind what several people have told me in the past that I just couldn't believe because there was zero evidence to support it beyond some classified documents obtained through FOIA which could be interpreted in many ways.
He can tell you about the airships of 1897, blimp-shaped objects reported throughout the West over the course of three months.
"They went across the country and landed in certain cities, and mayors and senators met with the pilots," says DeLonge. "It was national news. And then they completely disappeared. No one knows who they were."