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Jason Goldthorpe: Has the phenomena changed how it portrays itself in anyway over the years that you have been involved with the subject? George Knapp: It always changes. That is maybe the only consistent thing about it. In the late 80’s when I started down this road, the dominant paradigm was that UFOs are spaceships piloted by aliens from other planets. It didn’t take long to figure out that the explanation really doesn’t cut it. Ibid.
originally posted by: ctj83
a reply to: KellyPrettyBear
Hi Kev, I’m not referring to what we might believe is going on, but I stumbled on something I thought you might find interesting in relation to the possible crash site at the old mission / largest Christian temple in USA.
There was a somewhat heretical Christian Priest called Teilhard de Chardin. He conducted a lot of exorcisms, in fact you could call him The Exorcist.
In his world view, or rather “World Mind”, as we approach the end of the world, the number of people who have what we would call the antenna would increase.
These people would form the future of God’s plan for humanity and what we would become.
The devil would, by virtue of this open mind connection be able to take over them but lead them away from the hive mind of God.
I think the Collins Elite would likely be aware of this theory and whilst I don’t “buy” it, it would explain a great many of the odd things we’ve seen reported both in terms of the paranormal and the investigators themselves?