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I think the burden of proof for ETs is overwhelming.
No I qualified it with 'I think' therefore it is just my opinion.
It's an English expression 'the burden of proof' same as the large weighty amount of proof
The obligation to prove one's assertion
See : en.oxforddictionaries.com...
was a planned event that was started by John Podesta who Politico described as " a sharp-tongued veteran operator known less for bluster than behind-the-curtain scheme spinning."
But seriously, what would our intrepid ATS skeptics/experts believe? What could possibly cut through the general fog of cynicism and mistrust? And then there are those who think they already have it all or mostly figured out, so nothing that isn't directly in line with their own thinking could possibly be true...how are they going to be open to anything other than their own conclusions? (I'm not saying they are wrong, either, but if Tom is correct, then he will still just be repeatedly shot down here on the boards).
He may fall flat on his face -- I don't know.....
Time will tell...
Story, by the way, is the best way to communicate "what happened" to a large audience. IF it is a TRUE story, there is benefit to that. That is what I said. That is what I stand by. IF it is FALSE, then it is detrimental. That seems obvious.
..... I'm simply willing to find out and not be sarcastic about it or cut him down before he has a chance to put the whole thing out there (not saying you are doing this either).
I get the sense that the revelation of the emails shook things up pretty good...
originally posted by: AboveBoard
a reply to: buellmph
Um. He said that calling out to Jesus could stop an "abduction." He also said it could be whatever figure one connects to as a Higher Power of love and light, and that was a "nuclear bomb" to the entities doing the "abductions."
So he may not align with a specific theology, but I don't think he's mocking spiritual power and presence or God as Source.
Anyway. I know the religious stuff is going to be a major issue for people accepting his theories.
I guess I just hear it differently. I think he was mocking the idea of a guy in the clouds with robes and a beard being "God." I didn't hear him mock Jesus.
Peace to you,
originally posted by: jadedANDcynical
You guys might be interested in this thread, John Podesta’s Payoff for Helping Hillary Give American Military Technology to Russia’s Putin
Or if you call out the name of the source of galactic love. It’ll stop. Or if you call out the name of Buddha, in the love that Buddhism has, or whatever. It will stop?
It doesn’t matter what you call out. It is the fact that you are projecting positive energy and that is something that needs to be understood and studied.