a reply to: mirageman
Thank you very much for the link with explanations of the Washington 1952 event.
This is indeed important.
I totally agree with you: TTSA badly needs a real UFO expert who would help them to avoid presenting questionable (or outright false) data.
In an ideal world you would contact TTSA and they would hire you as a consultant.
But I guess that will never happen, from both sides I must assume :-)
I have also tried to verify the claim that micro black holes have already been produced at CERN.
But I came up empty-handed. They plan to make these experiments or are already doing so, but I have found no official publication that they were
My search may not have been thorough enough, but this should have been quite the sensation in the physics camp and positive results easy to find.
Where does this leave us?
My theory (much inspired by Grant Cameron):
Parts of the US government, military or agencies at least know about an alien or supernatural (or both) presence on earth. Maybe that group is in
possession of advanced technology.
This was kept a secret for reasons we can only speculate about.
After many years of social experiments (movies, books, interviews, ... postings on ATS :-) they think they understand the effects on society if that
truth would be made known. They have a carefully crafted plan to "come clean" and let us in on the secret (or at least a part of it). The plan
consists of several stages and will take years to implement. "Disclosure" in the sense of "we have contact with another intelligence" will not come
before 2024. What we are getting now is "confirmation". The problem is that this "confirmation" looks very weak to an expert like you. And that is on
purpose: In the case of an emergency (Pope quitting job, Israeli and Palestines losing motivation to throw bombs at each other, US population giving
up psycho pills, Phage starting transcendental meditation, ...) they could debunk what has been published so far and destroy the reputation of
Somewhere in the future there will be a point of no return. But I don't think that will be before 2024.
I really recommend Grant Cameron's evaluation of TTSA
It looks like Lou Elizondo is, much like Tom DeLonge, a "believer". This is not necessarily a bad thing, but requires extra caution on his part when
referring to known UFO events. Or he really has access to much more inside information and therefore knows that the theories are true.
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