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originally posted by: PioneerFigureSkating
Good morning, everyone.
Re the EAM notification talked about a couple pages back. I'm still searching for a link but can't remember where I read this, but a couple days ago I read about how there was another of these stringers sent out last Sunday, 3, Nov. The last one was one of the big ones that was mentioned in that article. It was over 240 characters in length. It was an article from the Hal Turner radio website I believe.
Anyways, he was claiming that it was rare to get one of that length and figured some may want to know. If I can find that article again I'll bring it to the thread. We have had a few of those lately.
ETA: Here it is. halturnerradioshow.com...
The United States military has transmitted an Emergency Action Message (EAM) of a staggering two hundred forty two (242) characters.
While completely IMPOSSIBLE to know the actual meaning of the transmission because the method of encryption does not permit deciphering, a message of this long length is a sign that something very serious has taken place or is about to.
In hip-hop parlance, the term refers to something like a jam session in which everyone contributes to the creative experience. Be they DJs, dancers, rappers or graffiti writers, all the different artists that collectively make up the culture of hip-hop can have their own cypher. When dancers cypher, you’ll see each taking a turn in the center of a circle, contributing a unique style, then resting. The center of circle is never empty and the energy of the cypher grows as the dancers push themselves into increasing levels of athleticism. Rappers cypher together huddled in a corner, rhyming a capella to handclaps or any ambient beats in the surrounding environment. "I was walkin' down the street about three o'clock, when I saw another MC at the end of the block, talkin' to kids tellin' em, how they had to get the dough, so I rolled right up in the cipher and said 'Yo!'"
This is the largest Russian submarine operation since the early 1990s and the Cold War days.
The intelligence service tells NRK that Russia's goal is to show that they are able to threaten the US east coast - by getting as far out into the Atlantic as possible.
This means that they must pass the so-called GIUK gap, which is the line between the UK, Iceland and Greenland. The ultimate goal for parts of the operation is to come west of Greenland, NRK is informed.
originally posted by: The GUT
originally posted by: exNSA20371
Before I begin, your fame precedes you, sir!
Thank you kindly. The awards on the basement wall are a constant source of psychological nourishment...mom's always bitching about having to dust them though, so it's ultimately a bittersweet type o' thang.
After finding out the facts, I told somebody, who told somebody, who sent me a message with a phone # and a request to call Hal Puthoff. This was about 2002, and I called and talked to Hal for about an hour about this incident and other things. Fascinating man. I don't know what he did with the info, but I present to you, The GUT, with the true events of the Cuban UFO Incident in Timothy Good's book.
I'll be glad to answer questions.
Thank you for sharing your experience. It's important, imo, to set the record straight wherever we're able. I'd like to know more about your conversation with Puthoff, but while I personally think that what those yahoos are up to is definitely related to some of the issues encompassed here, I'm afraid we might be seemingly veering off topic.
I'm especially glad to hear your recounting of the Cuban UFO Incident because it nicely fits with what I believe to be one of the most underrated statements ever dropped on ufology. So I was surprised--at the time--that the following thread got relatively little attention. Even "believers"--especially believers--should be damned good skeptics first because it's important not to be chasing red herrings and other psyop con jobs.
Apparently, Mr. Oberg received some threats for writing the open letter discussed in the following.
Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain! Alleged Super-Skeptic Tells All!
The “Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself” meme has reached an entirely new, unprecedented level as it has officially crossed the line from internet meme into physical reality via the underside of a beer can.
Tactical Ops Brewing in Fresno, California is printing the message “EPSTEIN DIDNT KILL HIMSELF” on the bottom of beer cans, according to local Fox affiliate KMPH