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Missing 4/11 robot grandma. Possible lead. Get digging

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posted on Feb, 6 2019 @ 02:32 PM
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originally posted by: Counterintelligence
a reply to: 3n19m470

www.youtube.com...

Many questions about this, including the issue about what type of secret society is a "limited" one.


Thank you. I could be wrong but I think "Limited" pertains to a business term. Maybe something like a "Limited Liability Corporation". Isnt that what it means when a business name has "LTD" or "Limited" after the name?

Which I believe means a business set up so that, you as an individual cannot be held financially liable for everything the business itself does, and in this way, a business can go bankrupt, without ruining the individual. Your business may be a million dollars in debt, but Your credit is still ok... and this is why a number of successful businessmen have "gone bankrupt" several times, but because they did not give up, (and because they were not personally held liable for the business failures) they eventually found success.

This is probably somewhat oversimplified but I think I got the gist of the concept...

Edit- This explains a little more
www.quora.com...

Looks like the term i was looking for was Limited Liability Company not Corporation. But I think I had the concept basically correct.


Ok, so, if you already knew all that, i apologise.

And that brings us back to your question, What kind of a secret society is limited liability company? My reply to that: Good question. I guess they operate as a for profit business on some level? (technically I suppose someone with enough money saved up could "operate at a loss" meaning they made no profit, for as long as they wanted, so, the for profit part could be a legal technicality? assuming these are benevolent helpers? Although it is possible for them to be benevolent helpers and still require some source of income to fund their activities)


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posted on Feb, 6 2019 @ 02:56 PM
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a reply to: andy06shake

I wouldn’t doubt it.

One of our cats love feet.
You take your shoes off at the door. Come back In 5 minutes.
Rocky will be all up in your shoes. Head first.
Sometimes he will just sit there with his head down in your shoe.
It’s like catnip.
He hits that shoe for about 10 minutes, then starts getting all exciting.
He will wrap his front paws around them, then kick the crap out of it with his hinds.
That damn cat loves feet.



posted on Feb, 6 2019 @ 03:27 PM
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Original story was “I Sing the Body Electric” by Ray Bradbury, famous science fiction writer.

I first encountered the story as a episode of the original “Twilight Zone” TV series (in black and white).

As a celebrated American author, I am not surprised that a version of this story (albeit the inferior modern color version) was presented in schools.



posted on Feb, 6 2019 @ 03:56 PM
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a reply to: Counterintelligence


Grandma would be about 143 years old which necessitated the need to create the archetype..






posted on Feb, 6 2019 @ 04:38 PM
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a reply to: Counterintelligence

The 'Electric Grandmother" video is of a Ray Bradbury short story.

(Bradbury is one of my favorite writers, so I have read some of his most obscure stuff).




posted on Feb, 6 2019 @ 04:52 PM
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a reply to: Slichter

I'll have what you're smoking.
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posted on Feb, 6 2019 @ 04:58 PM
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a reply to: chr0naut

How many of the comments stated, "this is not suitable for kids" and "very creepy" under the Imdb listing. As far as Bradbury being a well know writer..well so is Stephen King, so do you think his movies are suitable for school kids too?



posted on Feb, 6 2019 @ 05:02 PM
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a reply to: Bhadhidar

Yeah because it's more suited to being on the twiliht zone, isn't it. A show that was aimed at adults .



posted on Feb, 6 2019 @ 06:22 PM
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a reply to: Counterintelligence

The inspiration for this story required someone with a "need" for some kind of Shapiro surrogate female.
Harriet Quimby was born on May 11 1875 not April 11.
In the case of Amelia Earhart Nobody ever found the body or the Lockheed Electra.


Two potential grandmothers that died "Too soon".
"The April Witch" by Bradbury wasn't written till 1952 doesn't have anything to do with robots.
What actually inspired Bradbury is up for debate.



posted on Feb, 6 2019 @ 06:25 PM
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originally posted by: Counterintelligence
Also does anyone know, what the hell does this mean?

"One of the worlds greatest mysteries starts with a forged pewter shield pin emblazoned with the letter F ."




I searched that very question after going to that page



posted on Feb, 6 2019 @ 09:08 PM
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originally posted by: Counterintelligence
Also does anyone know, what the hell does this mean?

"One of the worlds greatest mysteries starts with a forged pewter shield pin emblazoned with the letter F ."



Watch the entire video. The pewter shield pin is shown at the very end. They're indicating that the Fantoccini secret group is one of the world's greatest mysteries.

Given that I've never heard of them, I suppose that's possible.

To be honest, some parts of that video reminded me far too uncomfortably of the New World Order dogma. About how a very small percentage of the world's population is far and above all others for whatever reasons they decide. Sounds too much like the royal bloodllines of the world being better by virtue of the blood in their veins kind of thinking. Creepy.



posted on Feb, 7 2019 @ 04:01 AM
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a reply to: Macenroe82

Bet you canny get it away from the TV when "Puss in Boots" in on?



posted on Feb, 7 2019 @ 07:04 AM
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OK, so I have been thinking and it hit me.
Lets look at the clues
Grandma and her male camping partner were both injected with something and she ended up, outside the tent, face down, in advance of her grandson going missing weeks later, in the same or a nearby place.
Grandson claimed it was a replica "robot" grandma because it had same face, hands and feet and it was a "robot" because it shined like metal.

OK, so let's look at how likely it is that an advanced technological intelligence, who can reproduce a convincing humanoid version of someone within a very short time frame, would-
A. need to knock people out with a hypodermic needle in order to get whatever physical material it needed to make the reproduction?
B. Need to go to the trouble of making a robotic replica in the first place, to abduct or entice a small child?
Of course we do know UFO/paranormal phenomena behaves in erratic and irrational ways, so we can't discount a paranormal explanation.

However a more plausible possibility is that someone knocked the grandma out and knocked her partner out, so as he didn't wake up and disturb who ever dragged the grandma out of the tent, in order to take photographs of her face OR to make a mold of her face FOR A MASK.

Now let's get onto the "same hands" and "same feet" well think about this, what type of feet would a 3 year old recognise as his grandmas feet? HER SHOES and anyhow how would anyone recognise anyone by their feet? so the kid has to be talking about the same SHOES. Same thing goes for her hands, it must be GLOVES. I'm guessing grandma wears gloves camping, possibly distinctive ones.

Remember we never heard the kid report, this replica was the same height or wore the same clothing. It's MASK, SHOES and GLOVES IMO.

Now according to the grandma, the kid does have interesting bloodlines, including links to a 33 degree mason on one side and the other side, she would not say who that link was, so we can only assume it's someone of some prominence in society.

This bloodline link PLUS the circumstances to what appears to be the grandma being knocked out weeks earlier and the child's report of a REPLICA grandma makes all of this look to be pre planned.

If this is correct, then someone had to know in advance of the movements of both the grandma and the grandson IMO.

A "metal robot" that appeared to shine when light hit it, may well have been a mask that caught the light and it may have been a plastic mask or even a glossy paper one.

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posted on Feb, 7 2019 @ 07:29 AM
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a reply to: Subrosabelow

Anyhow I looked into the name "Michele Bergini" as mentioned in the Fantoccini ltd video and I found not even one reference of that name on google. Also no other references to a Fantoccini ltd or "limited" online, outside of the youtube video and the dulpicate video on the fantoccini ltd website. So at this point I'm thinking Fantoccini ltd is just some made up fantasy, by someone who was trying to start a cult/new age business, unless i see more info telling me otherwise.
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posted on Feb, 7 2019 @ 09:35 AM
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a reply to: andy06shake

Honestly, when the wife sits on the floor with the laptop check YouTube, Rocky will always come sit beside her and watch with her.
He is a big fat lazy cat.



posted on Feb, 11 2019 @ 06:45 AM
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Even more interesting a secret society of people who help other humans when in need the most!

Ray Bradybury wrote about the society but made them as a store in the film

Fantoccini Ltd

Fantoccini Ltd
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posted on Feb, 11 2019 @ 07:10 AM
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Once when i was camping in shasta my family say what we believed to be some sort of ufo craft.

Big orb of light that went uo into itself.




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