Became interested in all things 'otherworldly', at the age of 8, after reading 'A Wrinkle in Time', by Madeleine L'Engle, and 'The Martian
Chronicles', by Ray Bradbury. Since then, I have consciously pursued topics on things weird, strange, supernatural, strange, and 'suspicious'.
active minded woman..hope to contribute&learn more ...its the ist hour i knew about u on internate but i read about Maison &Sion..wish to know
53 year old grain of sand who has worked in 34 states across the US and outside the US on event management and historic preservation, hoping to offer
a bit of comment amongst sane human beings as opposed to most of the sheep walking on two legs in this country. Hoping to learn about issues and and
specifics faster than the mass media wants me to.
Hi i've been visiting this site for years, but feel the need to join now. Initially I hope to contibute info about an australian tourist who was
jailed in NO just b4 katrina and was "lost in the system" for a week, he saw stuff..
I hope to learn about myself as much as learning about new tech. and ethics of such. I like being exposed to concepts,theories,rants etc. which
challenge the accepted norms.
I wish to listen as much as to learn, as i think this is a fundamental step to basic human understanding, as opposed to hearing (which is the
purely physical act).
Oh, and i like a laugh...
I'm looking for answers to questions that keep popping up-like when George the Lesser really learnd about Lake George, and what he did after he got
that info. Same for Conoleeza Rice, Uncle Dickie and Uncle Rummy. Also when they all did know about 9/11. What did they do, when the first hints of
9/11 happening, where did they go and where when they heard about
9/11. also, i have been hearing about detention camps where victims are held for 5 months and are unable to leave the camp on penalty of loosing all
help from FEMA.
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