posted on Apr, 27 2005 @ 09:15 AM
Originally posted by Byrd
I'm surprised that anyone puts any credibility in Lazar, really. He has a lot of loony notions and this one is perhaps the most absurd; a riff on
the "play this song backwards and you'll hear the formula for Invisible Ink!" nonsense that was going around in the 1960's.]
Please explain what "loony notions," cite some examples.
For a subject Flying Saucers, Area 51/S4 and Groom Lake, I think he does the most credible job out there. Take the propulsion system story, do you
find anything anywhere else that explains it better? Another point is how Lazar got the lay of the land right and consistent with later commentaries
by people who worked there. He answered questions like "where is the cafeteria," and so forth. Those matters are non trivial when talking about a
highly secret base.
I think the question here is about a holographic projection of human history, something these space aliens sampled and recorded. There is a great deal
on the line here. Considering many illusions transpiring through cumulative deceptions taken as our very consciousness, one may envision problems with
the substance of our culture and traditions. It is not easy to face samples of the actual record, things that blow out of the water misconceptions for
alleged profit transpiring on this world. One would think as Confucious said "to rectify the language," is something important in the substance of
things for all beings. Such a record is not implausible as necessary in some better purpose.
Surely Lazar might be easy to dismiss, just as his story indicates his identity erasure, except for a Los Alamos telephone book. Try as they might,
these people did not get to every last phone book to obliterate his indicated presence. Who else explains too many things so well?
Aside from that book as a separate matter, I am not aware of any connection of a "yellow book," as indicating a holographic projection of human