posted on Mar, 9 2006 @ 11:53 AM
Originally posted by phoenixhasrisin
I did research the whole lizard people thing and it is truly odd how many ancient cultures have stories of lizard people. You know what they say,
sometimes the best place to hide something is to hide it in plain sight
A weird coincidence: I happen to be reading Teddy Kolleck's autobiography, FOR JERUSALEM --he was mayor for some 30 years-- and in Chapter 1 he
describes how he uses that trick to go past the frontier guards with a wallet stuffed with money:
"We had to change trains at the frontier and pass through both German and Czech customs. Then came the most incredible instance of sheer good luck
that I've ever had. Throughout the ride (...) I sat desperately trying to plan what to do about all the money in my wallet, because to be caught
with it would mean far more than just losing the cash. (...) I remembered a story by Edgar Allan Poe, "The Purloined Letter", in which the police
are searching for an important document in an apartment. They take the place apart, but they never pay attention to the envelope lying on a desk
before their eyes. It struck me that I could use Poe's idea and not even risk breaking the law.
"(...) He [the guard] looked me over carefully. 'Any money with you?' he asked. I wasn't at all secretive. I simply held out my wallet and
matter-of-factly said, 'It's all in here,' but I was trembling inside. Then another guard came over, I was searched, and they went systematically
through our bags and our clothes. Even the child's teddy bear was pierced with needles. The only article that was left untouched was the wallet,
which the guard tossed aside on the bar. When the guards were finished, I casually picked it up, put it back in my pocket etc. etc."
No doubt the Lizards --"We watch your every move", they warned A. K. Bender, the first person, or one of the first, to run into the MIBs, who are
supposedly mental projections created by the Lizards-- were watching the scene, but were foiled by those at a higher level of reality, or else they
were caught napping and let a good chance at causing mayhem slip by. What would David Icke have to say about this???