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Originally posted by CrazyMonkey
My hope in humanity dies a little for every sensationlist post I read without solid evidence loledit on 3-2-2011 by CrazyMonkey because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by khproject
Do you have photos to share about these stargates?
In 2004, NASA scientists announced that there was a chance that Apophis, an asteroid larger than two football fields, could smash into Earth in 2029. A few additional observations and some number-crunching later, astronomers noted that the chance of the planet-killer hitting Earth in 2029 was nearly zilch. Now, reports out of Russia say that scientists there estimate Apophis will collide with Earth on April 13, 2036. These reports conflict on the probability of such a doomsday event, but the question remains: How scared should we be?
Originally posted by undo
hey who made that ?
that's nicely done. well ya know the whole I.Iku thing? Great square of pegasus?
Originally posted by VI0811
reply to post by undo
My apologies, but most of your theorys and interpretations are way out there. As I do my research, I am keeping an open mind, but I am also using logic. Once you make that leap to the Super Sudo spiritual realm. I am forced to step back. Yes, I do believe the Anunnaki were here and were not of this earth. Their were no human/reptile beings. I do not translate the events the same. I do not follow mainstream archeology either, but you are going against almost everyone. Stragate ? You may be on to something, but you are looking in the wrong place and making the simple .... complicated.
Originally posted by fishspeaker
please reply ASAP , that is all
what purpose does the stargate movie and tv show haev to do with this? are these pieces of disinfo made by the nWo to trick us ? or are they prepareing us for accepting the truth about stargates and the reality of the asguard race?
The story line is that an Alien trapped on Earth that knew about the Srtargate Program and the people involved has a memory lapse and becomes the producer of a TV show called "Wormhole Xtreme"
You can read the full script here...
For our presentation the important part of the script is clipped below, right after General Hammond shows the team the episode...
Hammond switches the tape off.
Well that looked familiar.
I don't see it.
Martin's involved in this?
He sold the idea to the studio. He's currently working on production as a creative consultant.
Then Martin Lloyd has seriously breached your security.
What? He obviously got the whole thing from his knowledge of the Stargate program.
If the Air Force didn't want it to happen they wouldnt have let it go this far.
Plausible deniability. In the event of a future breach of security, we'll be able to point to this television programme. That is, if it stays on the air.
His motivations are of little concern at the moment. Our first priority is to find out everything he knows about that ship. Colonel, you're Wormhole X-treme's new Air Force consultant.
Originally posted by madnessinmysoul
Well, Richard Dean Anderson was made an honorary brigadier general by the air force chief of staff.
Originally posted by masqua
Just in case anyone is interested, here is Richard Dean Anderson at the Pentagon in 2004 being honoured by the USAF. In the below photo we can see General John Jumper giving Anderson the honourary General stars.
"The Air Force was extremely honored to have Richard Dean Anderson visit the Pentagon on 14 September. During his visit he graciously took the time to sign autographs and have photos taken with anyone that asked, he was a true professional. We are very proud of his portrayal of Colonel, now Brigadier General, Jack O’Neill. Gen. O’Neill may at times be brash and irreverent, but there is no doubt of his patriotism and dedication to his job. We also congratulate Mr. Anderson on his promotion to 'Honorary Brigadier General - USAF.' "
Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin were sued by an Egyptology student for allegedly stealing the storyline as the student had submitted the story to them about ten years before the movie was made (they "rejected" the story at the time). The plaintiff had a respected Egyptologist from Johns Hopkins University vouch for him, since he had put his own theories into the story. The only differences between the story and the movie are slight name variations. The issue was finally settled out of court.