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originally posted by: GoShredAK
Maybe this explains the purpose of chemtrails? They could prepping the sky, possibly creating a layer that will work as a screen?
The FIRESIGN scenario is that of an invading extraterrestrial force of nearly incomprehensible scale (massive floating cities descending, god-sized “walkers” among the clouds with terrifying weapons, wheels of fire and eyes, etc.). This phenomena, when activated will bring electoral and social systems to a halt and, in afflicted areas, will permit a narrative wherein POTUS is able to “Call a halt” to the invasion and then “hand over the torch” to Clinton, providing a basic continuity of state.
originally posted by: MarkOfTheV
Why does this document go from a seemingly routine and ordinary study on voters and then take a left turn into Firesign and Red Dawn in the last two pages?
originally posted by: nobunaga
as much as i would like to see this seem legit, its already been debunked on reddit
the symbol for the company is way off.
the address goes to an office building with no link to beneson.
we called the phone number and asked if they had an address there and was told absolutely not
this is an elaborate hoax...
firesign is firesign theatre. its a comedy group that joked around about alien invasion
Plot Everything You Know Is Wrong employs the Firesign Theatre's signature surreal playwriting. It is ostensibly produced and narrated by "Happy" Harry Cox, who runs the recording studio "Nude Age Enterprises" from his mobile home in a nudist trailer park located in the fictional town of Hellmouth, California (surrounded by the towns of Hooker and Heater). The original LP album is not divided into tracks; side one (20:45) begins with Cox introducing "another in his series of mind-breaking records" with a reverberating montage of his latest revelations: "Dogs flew spaceships!" "The Aztecs invented the vacation!" "Men and women are the same sex!" "Our forefathers took drugs!" "Your brain is not the boss! (Yes! That's right!)" "Everything you know is wrong!" He then presents his interviews of locals connected with UFO sightings; a short play alleging the founding fathers of the United States planned the American Revolution while smoking hemp; a purported wire recording of a medicine show from c. 1900; and an "official stolen Air Force training film" of the secret plan to deal with an alien uprising. On side 2 (21:15), we hear some messages recorded on Cox's telephone answering machine, Channel 6 television news reports, and a psychic "sending directly from his mind to ours." A motorcycle daredevil, a crowd of people, and the TV news crew are drawn to a large hole that contains a golden staircase and "leads to the Sun at the center of the Earth", and all descend into it. The aliens finally appear, but finding no one but Cox, leave him alone to ponder: "Seekers...it looks like this is the end. Or is it only the begin ...? No, it's the end." Characters
"BEHOLD A PALE HORSE"
Milton William Cooper
And I looked,
and behold a pale horse:
and his name that sat upon him was Death,
and Hell followed with him.
And power was given unto them
over the fourth part of the earth,
to kill with sword,
and with hunger,
and with the beasts
of the earth.