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Project Serpo: Postings by "Anonymous" -- Breaking news?

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posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 12:58 AM
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Somebody needs to tape this and then maybe write a little report on what was discussed (get ready cuz everyone will ask you questions). There's no way I can stay awake to listen to the full program...some of us have to go to work in the morning because the EBENs haven't given us our free energy boxes yet.

Looks like this story just took the next step by getting on Coast 2 Coast...don't get your hopes up though (remember the Hale-Bopp coment/Heaven's Gate fiasco got pushed on Coast too). I hope we hear something new from Bill Ryan on the Air Force Colonel.

I hope someone from this thread calls in (hey give us all a shout out if you make it!).



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posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 01:11 AM
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Bill Ryan (Serpo website running guy) is on coast to coast right now (2:10am)

I'm gonna listen to what he has to say, then I'll go to bed. I think the offer podcasts of these shows, for anyone who misses it.

BTW, I'm in Toronto Canada and am listening on 640am for anyone wondering what station it is on.

EDIT: He's an English chap


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posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 02:36 AM
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I hope someone can record this show somehow, we NEED to be able to have these kinds of shows on record, for everyone. I know I would love to have these kinds of shows on files in my computer.





BTW, great show!


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posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 04:33 AM
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Guests: Bill Ryan - www.serpo.org lorekeeper, Richard Doty - Ex-Military Intelligence officer, Whitley Strieber - noted author (Communion), and Richard Hoagland - former NASA consultant.

After the story was laid out, the general direction of the show became clear that it would operate under the assumption that Project Serpo is true.

Several times, especially when Richard Doty was speaking, inside sources (people currently in the various agencies of intelligence) were cited as giving what would be equal to a nod and a wink, so to speak, in regards to this whole exchange program.

There was seemingly a lot of interest on craft propulsion. Some ardent requests that whoever is leaking this stuff offer up hard evidence, on this particular subject, in order to put to rest any doubt of the veracity to these claims.

The one thing that sort of raised my brow were that apparent credible persons in the ufology field are taking this thing with extreme seriousness. Perhaps going as far as this being the straw that breaks the camel's back on disclosure. While under their assumption that Project Serpo actually took place, I find it rather disturbing that the general consensus is that the government would be laying all it's cards on the table; thus the betterment of mankind, etc, etc.

So, I suppose my main question would be, if this is disclosure indirectly sponsored by whoever, how are we to take what is being presented as the absolute truth? "Alright, aliens are real and we spent some time on their planet." Would we ever find out why? More specifically, how and who does it really benefit? Humankind or the same usual power elite suspects? Needless to say, after the show ended I have more questions than prior to my listening.

Nothing really groundbreaking though. I suppose it's all more compelling when you can put actual voices to the topic and it's spoken about in a setting condusive to dramatic emphasis.

Updated notes and edits:

Bill Ryan claims that the site will have it's next installment hopefully within the next two days.

Whitley Strieber's interest in this became heightened after he recalled a UFO conference in Florida during the 80's where some "crazy old man" came up to him claiming to have been to another planet with aliens. He further proceeded to lean over to Whitley, after initially being dismissed, saying that he could prove his claim. The old man whispered, in an odd manner, a word to Whitley what he thought to be "Serpico" and then walked away laughing. It dawned on Whitley all these years later, after the website was brought to his attention, that what the man might have actually said was Serpo.



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posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 04:39 AM
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which leads me to think, whats the state of play now, after 40 years.
alot can happen in 40 years.

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posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 07:16 AM
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Great notes on the Coast to Coast show. Also, earlier I posted a tongue-in-cheek call for us to regularly e-mail Bill Ryan to request a faster release of Project Serpo information which I now retract.

I sent Bill an e-mail asking, "What's the hold-up?" and he replied and stated that he can only post updates as fast as they're sent to him and that there will be another update today (Wed.) or Thursday. He also mentioned that so far what's posted is less than 2% of the 3,000 page report. At this rate, it will take 50 months to release the whole report online.



posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 07:45 AM
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Originally posted by Obscure
Guests: Bill Ryan - www.serpo.org lorekeeper, Richard Doty - Ex-Military Intelligence officer, Whitley Strieber - noted author (Communion), and Richard Hoagland - former NASA consultant.

[edit on 12/7/2005 by Obscure]


Thank you for the recap of this. I was not able to stay awake to listen to it.



posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 08:56 AM
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Originally posted by enhancedesign
Great notes on the Coast to Coast show.

He also mentioned that so far what's posted is less than 2% of the 3,000 page report. At this rate, it will take 50 months to release the whole report online.


Thank you.

Yes, Bill mentioned the length of the report, that this supposed group of retired DIA members is plucking choice fragments from, several times.

Richard Doty also went into a little bit of detail last night about the supposed 2% of additional stuff added on or altered during the emailing of this information through Victor Martinez' chat group. I believe he said the NSA, I could be mistaken on the agency name, has an automated system that instantly sniffs out this sort of sensitive material and shuts down the sender's email address almost instantly.

Which would give them some small window to modify as much as they can without alerting the recipients due to an inordinate delay, I assume



posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 12:32 PM
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I just looked into the podcast downloads offered by the Coast to Coast radio show.

Unfortunately, it looks like this feature is only offered to subscribed (about $7 a month US) members.

However, if you want to subscribe it may be a good way to get the show downloaded and you could listen to it if you missed it.

I don't know if many will go this route, but it is an option.



posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 01:37 PM
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I believe he said the NSA, I could be mistaken on the agency name, has an automated system that instantly sniffs out this sort of sensitive material and shuts down the sender's email address almost instantly.


I think that's true. We've all heard about the one that the FBI was supposedly running and then stopped running (can't remember the name of it, but it was a terror-sniffer thing).

The NSA software, as far as I know, has never been publically acknowledged, so I'm not sure there are any definitive sources on its capabilities. From what I understand (through the various anecdotes that I've read), it can be defeated (or at least slowed down) by converting the document into PDF form before sending it. The NSA software will still find the information, just not before it reaches its intended recipient.

Back on the subject of C2C, was there any discussion of why Rick Doty and Crew were asked to appear online, rather than Bill Ryan? Ryan is supposedly the guy who is publishing the information...

Or is it just like it seems to me and Doty is on a book tour?



posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 02:25 PM
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The biggest problem I have with the report is the notion that a "human" was planted amongst us to teach us civilization. The notion that it could have been Jesus is just too weird.

Many folks on these forums have a belief that aliens and demons are one and the same. The bible makes reference to the devil as the serpent (as he appeared in the garden of eden). I think it's coincedence that the name of this is "Project Serpo". Could 'Serpo' be slang for Serpent?

Usually project names or code names are somehow reflective of the project. Why pick Serpo?

Could it be that, once again, the devil is trying to cause confusion in man by making us believe that Jesus could have been an alien creation from another planet? They created this person to help us with civilization when they don't understand all of our words? I'm inclined to think that this is option 1 (scam) as indicated on the serpo.org website. Why do these folks in the UFO culture (Strieber, etc..) fall so easliy for this stuff?

And the nature of time, and measument thereof, is one of the most basic things a civilization can accomplish. Yet, we have aliens with partical beam weapons who obliterated another planet, have free-energy devices and can travel the void of interstellar space, but look at where the sun is on a tower to perform their next function. Huh?



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posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 02:32 PM
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The minute i heard that piece of information, i instantly thought a race far superior would and could impress us, they could say they created anything, Jesus happens to be important to some humans, to me sounded like a trick, its an easy thing to portray that story, than actually, being the truth.

I can believe the basis of this minute disclosure, but it would be easy to shine up a holographic image of Christ on the cross as described.
And say we created this.



posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 02:40 PM
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Serpo is not "slang" its indeed a real latin word for Serpent



posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 02:45 PM
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and project names usually have nothing to do with the project mission itself.

I have a feeling the real "Project Serpo" has to do with deep space communications and nothing at all about an alien visitation "TEAM" for the 60's.

more then likely the crafty guys in the white coats are developing a system to evesdrop of the upcoming Chinese/ Russian and Japanese missions into space.

maybe even wondering if they can hijack the China mission to Mars, in the event their "device" picks up something that the US Goverment does not want revealed just yet.

That way they can hijack the data being sent back without the Chinese getting it and possibly releasing this information onto the public.



posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 04:53 PM
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Here's the latest from an update, today, to the consistencies page



7) The scene of the exchangees departing Earth on the Eben craft appears to be cinematically portrayed in the final scene of the movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind – with the same number of male and female personnel reported by Anonymous.


Wasn't this brought up here on ATS? Are they stealing our material?


It's an interesting coincidence, however. It's well-entrenched in UFO folklore that Spielberg was working on movies to assist in disclosure in the 70's. Whether it's true or not, we don't know.



posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 04:56 PM
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Very interesting read. I'm ready for more...



posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 05:37 PM
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how come I remember the ending of movie differently.... I thought it ends with Roy walking into the lighted platform and being transformed into the alien body then he re-emerges with another alien to kind of wave good bye and the platform reconnects with the ship and the big lighted spire ship rises up and into the night sky...

How come I do not remember the precession of 12 crew members in orange jump suits getting on board ????



posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 05:41 PM
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Originally posted by robertfenix
How come I do not remember the precession of 12 crew members in orange jump suits getting on board ????



probably because there are 2 versions, 1 original, and 1 special edition.....
eeh, unless i am thinking of another movie altogether. 8|

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posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 06:05 PM
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Gees if we can openly dicuss 12 humans going to an alien planet....I love to know what keeps this little nugget highly classified


from Posting Ten by Anonymous (2 December, 2005)



19. Other training which is still considered extremely highly classified even after 40 years [1965 - 2005].



I guessing this is not Tony Robbins Personal Power II ...

[edit on 7-12-2005 by helium3]



posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 06:33 PM
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Originally posted by Centrist

Wasn't this brought up here on ATS? Are they stealing our material?


It's an interesting coincidence, however. It's well-entrenched in UFO folklore that Spielberg was working on movies to assist in disclosure in the 70's. Whether it's true or not, we don't know.


The host, George Noory, actually surmised that this might be the case. I'm assuming Bill Ryan is taking that idea from him and running with it.

Any chance we can get Spielberg cornered in a dark alley and put some questions to him?



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