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originally posted by: CromCruachh
a reply to: Argentbenign
You weren't there, yet you call it fake. This dodleston encounter has ALOT in common with other UFO/Men in black encounters.
Remember 2109 said "we feed of an energy you have not heard of" and "We are corporeal beings"
In John Keel's "Mothman Prophecies" he suggests that the men in black and the paranormal sightings there in '66 were energy beings who were feeding off of peoples emotions, and the easiest emotion they could induce in humans was fear.
2109 mention this also, that there are entities out their which feed of fear. hence they talk about avoiding fear.
It's not new age bluff for christs sake. What, you think because you're old your wise or something?
How arrogant are you?
I kind of hinted towards this earlier but eventually KDP and Lucas communicated information and in instances they were forbidden. There was a certain amount of distrust between KDP and 2109 or any entity not Lucas through out the book not only because they were vague and pissed them off but because they had developed a very personal and deep relationship with Lucas over the year or so this transpired. They never fully trusted or believed what 2109 said but ultimately didn't tempt fate or time or what ever as far as we know.
To make a very long story short, John Dee eventually got a wee bit too caught up the politics and intrigue of the day and reportedly briefly became a secret double-agent for Queen Elizabeth I in England's bid to thwart Spain.
n Dee's private communications with the Queen, the secret name identifying him to Queen Elizabeth is believed to have been none other than that of 007. In Hort's biography of Dee, it mentions only a "journey on some unnamed business of the Queen's."
In Dee's private communications with the Queen, the secret name identifying him to Queen Elizabeth is believed to have been none other than that of 007. In Hort's biography of Dee, it mentions only a "journey on some unnamed business of the Queen's."
Perhaps, just as interesting, it has also been contended that the character Prospero from Shakespeare's "The Tempest" was Shakespeare's idealized portrait of John Dee.
originally posted by: Bluesma
I find this story fascinating and have tried in vain to get my hands on a cop of that book.
Anyone have one to sell??
originally posted by: Josephus
Does it specifficaly say "old english"? We were well passed old english in the 1500's. You or I can pick up a Tyndale Bible (1525) and read it fairly easily. I believe the 1500's is not even middle english I think it's Early Modern English.
originally posted by: BigBangWasAnEcho
Ghost comes through wall to deliver communication device. Why doesn't ghost stick around to communicate.