posted on Nov, 21 2011 @ 09:28 AM
I am from the "DC is legit" camp. I have followed his various websites for years. Having seen many videos featuring him in candid conversation and
having read many descriptions by his staff about small personal behaviors I think he us the real deal. I believe he is a kind person, and a person of
principles. For his whole presentation to be fraudulent at this point does not seem probable to me at all.
Though I confess I do not understand the thinking of the Majestic in terms of putting Dr. Burisch on the front line of Disclosure, I do believe his
story. He is a real scientist and does actual research which rises to the level of meriting a Caltech presentation of his findings. I have enough
personal scientific knowledge to know when I am reading BS or not. I have also had the good fortune to befriend a couple of individuals who have known
him and his family for some time. Their explanations of the way things are and the way the Crains go about things is consistent with what ends up
playing out on their websites.
If this thread ever comes back to life I may go into a bit of detail about those things I have knowledge of which seem, on some level, to support my
belief. Not too many hoaxters are true scientists. Not too many longterm hoaxters are kind, caring , mature people. Hoaxters don't spend much of
their own time (from my perspective, anyway) trying to take care of the less fortunate, it's just not in their natures to behave so. Most hoaxters
(save cultists) are not terribly religious. Dr, Crain not only studies religion to a deeper level than most folks, he is also keenly interested in
spirituality;both his own and of others. Again,this is just not hoaxter behavior. Maybe for a couple of years, MAYBE, but not for a major chunk of
one's waking hours or lifetime.
If Dr. Crain is nothing more than a compensated disinformation specialist, he seems to have to endured too much physical damage and too much
disruption to his own family life for even a government paycheck to make it all worthwhile.
Anyways, my expectation is that time will ultimately show him to be the scientist he seems to me to be and that his "story", though incredible in
most regards, is a true story. I would certainly expect any tale concerning a relationship between persons of earth and persons of space to be
incredible no matter how you spin it, if at all.