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

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posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:06 PM
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For those of you interested, the diagrams are now up at the Serpo site. Guess it just took a few minutes to update itself. Just go to postings from Anonymous and look for post #15.

Oh yeah, and the server's probably taking a gi-mongous load right now (I don't know how many times a day I check it myself), so if you don't get through straight away, just try again in a few.

EDIT: replaced "pics" with diagram in order to 1) lessen confusion and 2) not cause a mad rush to the site


[edit on 4-2-2006 by HokkaidoHillbilly]




posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:07 PM
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Posting Two by Anonymous (4 November, 2005)

During the trip, each of our team members were frequently dizzy, disoriented and suffered headaches. The craft did not go through any weightlessness during the trip. The craft was very large and allowed the team to exercise.



It says November 4th on the Serpo site. Posting Two. 4th paragraph down. Maybe I'm missing something. For the first time, I'm confused. So this is how it feels.


www.serpo.org...


here's the link 4th paragraph down.



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:07 PM
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Originally posted by Centrist


No, that's true. The IP address appears to be the same. (Note: On the contact form the IP address only is given – no routing details or anything else.)


Hi, Centrist –

That's a misunderstanding, and may have been my fault. My last was referring to the LANL "80/20" message only, which came in on the contact form. You're right, I can't receive attachments that way.

I received the diagram by e-mail.

Best, Bill



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:08 PM
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Originally posted by Arm Of Geddon


It says November 4th on the Serpo site. Posting Two. 4th paragraph down. Maybe I'm missing something. For the first time, I'm confused. So this is how it feels.


Yes it does, and it mentions nothing of nausea, medical problems and extremely severe side-effects...

unless you count a headache severe. Those were not mentioned until Posting 11 - 2 weeks later.



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:08 PM
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Originally posted by HokkaidoHillbilly
Ok, glad to see that I wasn't the only one that noticed the asymmetrical design, and the more I look at it, it does look like some kind of electrical schematic...but the pear/key shaped things as belt attachments... they're opposite to eachother, how would you use all three to clip it to anything?



Talking completely about the pear shaped thingies...
I thought the same thing before posting. I'm pretty sure I've seen that bass ackwards design though. Where only two are secure and the one is there to keep it from falling off if the two become unsecure. At least that's how I figured it when I seen it (on Earth). The memory is vague though. I'll try to see if I can remember what I seen it on.



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:12 PM
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I tooklike 5 second with this in paintshop and came up with this.

Imagine the black bar is the belt. It should give you some scale to the object.

The top two pear things clip around the edge of the belt to secure it, which is why you can see some of the black belt in the pear object. The bottom pear object does the same thing, but it's mainly just to keep it from flopping around, the top two do the real gripping.

I'm assuming the pear objects are clips, and this sort of see through. It's possible this is the backside, but that would mean the parts would be exposed, which I doubt.

-O

[edit on 4-2-2006 by The Big O]



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:16 PM
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Originally posted by Arm Of Geddon

Originally posted by Valhall

This is the only statement made by the effect of the trip to Serpo prior to Posting 11 (which came to Victor on the 19th/20th):


During the trip, each of our team members were frequently dizzy, disoriented and suffered headaches. The craft did not go through any weightlessness during the trip. The craft was very large and allowed the team to exercise.

But Richard Hoagland, during the 12/6 interview on C2C stated they suffered nausea, ... , medical problems, ... , and severe effects. THIS HAD NOT BEEN DISCLOSED AND WAS NOT UNTIL 12/21.


Posting Two by Anonymous (4 November, 2005)

During the trip, each of our team members were frequently dizzy, disoriented and suffered headaches. The craft did not go through any weightlessness during the trip. The craft was very large and allowed the team to exercise.


Hi, Arm of Geddon –

I just checked (and many other people may have done as well). You're absolutely right. That was posted on 4 November, a month before the C2C show... and Hoagland's on-air reference to it.

Best, Bill



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:18 PM
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Oh! And sorry for just blurting out you lied, Bill. Sometimes my fingers lose all their tact and they just type what I'm thinking!

Next time, I will just think it and say something different. So that everyone involved can continue to enjoy the happy vibes resonating.

*valhall adjusts her tone to that of thinking all of this is just peachy*

[edit on 2-4-2006 by Valhall]



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:20 PM
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Nice work putting that together, Big O...BTW, had a good giggle at your avatar


Something still leads me to the diagram being a schematic though...may just be built in bias as a non-strawberry ice cream loving "water vessel" *grin* but as the 2 slashes on top & bottom are in the same direction, it reminds me of some sorta inflow/outflow function. Anybody else see this?



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:20 PM
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Originally posted by Bill Ryan


I just checked (and many other people may have done as well). You're absolutely right. That was posted on 4 November, a month before the C2C show... and Hoagland's on-air reference to it.

Best, Bill


Once again I am left to point out what gets twisted. It did not mention nausea, medical problems or severe effects. But Richard Hoagland sure knew they would be coming up in Post 11. Also, Richard Hoagland went on to say that the 8 that returned died within a short time of returning to Earth because they couldn't acclimate.

I would suggest that the script on that part be re-written now because the cat's out of the bag. Hasn't been mentioned yet....so, mark it off right quick.



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:21 PM
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Originally posted by HokkaidoHillbilly
Ok, glad to see that I wasn't the only one that noticed the asymmetrical design, and the more I look at it, it does look like some kind of electrical schematic...

Coming from an ex-draftsmen and current electronic engineer, I can say this drawing is definitely not an electronic schematic. In my opinion, it is nothing. Without any descriptors or dimensions it is meaningless. For all we know it could be a drawing of something that is 100 feet in diameter or it could be the size of a nickel.

Anon is playing with us.



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:22 PM
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Following A Pattern

It seems that among the many tons of supplies they took with them, the Serpo team remembered to pack one of these:



When it comes to planning ahead, no one beats the USA.

God I love this country.



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:23 PM
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Originally posted by HokkaidoHillbilly
Nice work putting that together, Big O...BTW, had a good giggle at your avatar


Something still leads me to the diagram being a schematic though...may just be built in bias as a non-strawberry ice cream loving "water vessel" *grin* but as the 2 slashes on top & bottom are in the same direction, it reminds me of some sorta inflow/outflow function. Anybody else see this?


Actually, with all the circular patterns, I thought of them as wheel arms, like on a train. I could see several parts spinning around on that, connected to arms connected to other things.

Or, the things sticking out of it are antenae.

-O



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:28 PM
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Originally posted by DogGreen

(Great amounts of incredibly potent analysis)

Strictly from the point of view of a professional writer, I'm not sure I believe the journal entries to be real. I won't say they aren't, but my trained eye leads me to believe they were the work of an active imagination. There are simply too many discrepancies in the writing style that don't fit with the established pretense behind the documents.


Uh ... this is really a good analysis. Anyone else wanna comment?



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:28 PM
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Hell...who knows? Maybe it's the Eben's massive sundial / "We don't need no steenking clocks" type o' dealio? If ya think about it, maybe the circle at the top refers to one o' the suns, with mirrors (the arm lookin' thingies) reflecting down to the two knobby looking bits.



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:31 PM
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Originally posted by Centrist


No, that's true. The IP address appears to be the same. (Note: On the contact form the IP address only is given – no routing details or anything else.)


Bill -- this latest post was accompanied by attachments. Since you cannot send attachments via the contact form, how was this delivered to you?

Also, were the 'GIF' files what anonymous instructed you to post? Or was it the 4 mb scans?

thanks.


Yes, Bill, how was this sent to you? Was it sent snail mail? Email? If you finally got an email, do you think you might do a little IP checking now? Or are you going to continue to refuse?



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:32 PM
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My first impression when I looked at this drawing was that it may be the flying thing that looked like a helicopter that was described in one of the journal entries.
Maybe I'm wrong but that's what I thought.



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:33 PM
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Originally posted by HokkaidoHillbilly
Hell...who knows? Maybe it's the Eben's massive sundial / "We don't need no steenking clocks" type o' dealio? If ya think about it, maybe the circle at the top refers to one o' the suns, with mirrors (the arm lookin' thingies) reflecting down to the two knobby looking bits.


That could very well be. My powers of interpretation at the moment are a bit suspect though. I'm on my third glass of 2003 Robert Mondavi Private Selection Johanasburg Reisling...great stuff. At any rate, now you can see why my image above is so sloppy.

Without some sort of size refrence I'm with you, no idea what this could be. At least with the belt thing/idea, we could get an idea of how big it was. But there's no idea knowing if this is right.

Anyway, anyone else sitting around sipping some wine listening to some good ole ambient tunes streaming on your PC? Puts me in the perfect mood to read and report on this kinds stuff.

-O



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:36 PM
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Originally posted by NextLevel

Originally posted by DogGreen
There are simply too many discrepancies in the writing style that don't fit with the established pretense behind the documents.


Uh ... this is really a good analysis. Anyone else wanna comment?


I took a moment to think about this.

I agree its completely suspect. However, as NextLevel stated, not completely impossible.

My only possbility is that the psyche profile of the author is that of someone who would write in this style. It's possible this is just a "side effect" of the type of person they chose for this mission.

There is also the possbility that they were instructed to write this way, although I think that is the lesser of the two explainations.

-O



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 10:36 PM
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Originally posted by Hal9000Anon is playing with us.


it ain't anon Hal.

so, since we have ripped anon's writing ability to shreds, she is resorting to sending drawings and lists with no words to explain or illustrate?

yeah, that's effective.

was that drawing the photo of the ebens playing soccer or was that the north country?

you guys are still picking apart the minute details of a story that has more holes than a wheel of swiss cheese. why waste your time? Bill isn't going to have the answers. He claims to know only what he posts. He's not going to suddenly throw his hands up and say "ya got me!" He's either a complete stooge being totally mastered by someone else or he's playing y'all like an oscar caliber actor.

either way, serpo is nothing more than a compilation of scenes from various sci-fi movies and the writings of the ufo community.

seriously, you guys think the gov't sends agents to various filmmakers and says "here write this story. this is something that happened but we don't want anyone to know"

it would explain meatballs 4 but other than that, it's a huge steaming pile.



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