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The True Alien Agenda

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posted on Apr, 1 2006 @ 11:00 AM
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Below is an article by British researcher and conspiracy theorist
Andy Miller, which I pass on (at his request) without endorsing
its contents. Andy Miller does not have a website so I can't
simply give a link.
Regards, Isaac Koi.



"Aliens and the 57 Varieties : The True Alien Agenda"
By Andy Miller. Copyright 2006. [1]

There are thousands upon thousands of UFO reports each year.
Most respectable UFO researchers accept that a majority of those
reports have mundane sources. The precise numbers given differ
from individual to individual, but most ufologists accept that
between 70 per cent and 95 per cent of sightings are the result
of misperception, delusion or hoaxes.

The total number of reports investigated since 1947 is
overwhelming. Yet little persuasive evidence has resulted from
those investigations. Even today, relatively few mainstream
scientists accept that the residue of unexplained cases is due to
anything more than ineptitude by the relevant amateur UFO
investigators.

www.virtuallystrange.net...

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Mod Edit - trimmed Big quote and added link

[edit on 26-9-2006 by masqua]




posted on Apr, 1 2006 @ 11:30 AM
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funny, I was assisting my wife on a project for work and Heinz 57 came into the conversation so I did a little digging on the 57 varieties and I read all about how he came up with the slogan.

The reason behind it was simple. He saw an ad for 21 styles of shoes and realized that the idea of telling the consumer you had more than one product available was a good idea. Since he sold varieties, not styles, he switched out the word. It is correct that he was already selling well more than the 57 varieties, the number 57 was chosen based on the number 5 and the number 7 having "significant" meaning to Heinz and his wife. Heinz' biographer has said that the numbers were chosen for "occult reasons."

the heinz story

www.heinz.com...



posted on Apr, 1 2006 @ 12:40 PM
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You are urged to call for a
global ban on baked beans. At the very least, we should call for
a change in baked bean production to reduce flatulence.


I'm writing my Congressman. This must end!!

Edit:

(Registration No.
2006FO4OL)


NC

[edit on 1-4-2006 by NotClever]



posted on Apr, 1 2006 @ 12:56 PM
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dammit, I'm a fool. In my defense, I stopped reading at the moronic connection between 57 alien varieties and heinz's 57 since I actually did read up on that.

well done.



posted on Apr, 1 2006 @ 01:16 PM
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Originally posted by Crakeur
I stopped reading at the moronic connection between 57 alien varieties and heinz's 57 since I actually did read up on that.


Hi Crakeur,

It's a shame you didn't read more of the article, since Andy Miller went on to discuss the references to Heinz's "occult reasons" in considerable depth (with reference to the biography of Heinz which is the actual source of the comments on various websites).

All the best,

Isaac



posted on Apr, 1 2006 @ 01:35 PM
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Um happy april fools day everybody?

Let's see, joined today april first...a baked bean conspiracy of some sort...happy april fool


THough you forgot to post a reference about the ancient occult chant to summon yartak the great god of flatulence and parking meters...let's see how did it go ah yes...Beans beans the magical fruit the more you eat, well I'm sure you know the rest.

Or are you serious.

If so my apologies...kind of...because if you are being serious you have horrible timing.


SPiderj



posted on Apr, 2 2006 @ 09:15 AM
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I'm trying to move this post...but evidently, we don't have a forum dedicated to ketchup...so leaving it here if nobody minds.

Excellent article about the history of Heinz... Oh wait, were we talking about aliens?

Seriously though.... Sgt Stone would be doing much better to actually produce some of these documents than talk about them, even if he only dutifully recorded the gist of them.

Still on the fence with Stone....but the spidey sense is really tingling....as mentioned above...and I'm leaning way over the cow patty on the "fact or crap" side of the fence....



posted on Apr, 2 2006 @ 09:57 AM
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Originally posted by Spiderj
Or [is Andy Miller] serious.

If so my apologies...kind of...because if you are being serious you have horrible timing.


The date may have had something to do with it, but in the weird and wonderful world of ufology (and ufologists) anything is possible.



posted on Apr, 10 2006 @ 07:59 AM
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Just to ensure there is no confusion in the future, I should make it absolutely clear that the article "Aliens and the 57 Varieties : The True Alien Agenda" by "Andy Miller" (posted on 1 April 2006) was an April Fools joke, intended as a spoof of certain elements within ufology.



posted on Apr, 10 2006 @ 12:07 PM
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warning, rant activiated!

My spidey sense turns on whenever people use the word 'energy' to describe a mysterious glowing, spiritual or mental force. YOu could replace the word 'energy' with 'smurf' in these contexts, and retain all of the meaning.

Has anyone on ATS ever tried to explain what 'energy' in the scientific sense of the word, means, and how the new age lit it is constantly interchanging this meaning in physical descriptions with the entirely distinct concept of Qi?

They are two distinct concepts and their merger is non-sensical, often resulting in the weakest of pseudo-scientific banters.

Yet the word flies and people soak it up.

Gosh darn it! If you mean 'Qi' please use the word 'Qi', and stop using the term energy to describe a collection of apparently stable and fixed position photons violating basic principles of thermodynamics! (A spiritual glow, the radiation of which is energy, while the glow itself is something entirely different, gosh darn it!) ARGHGHGH!


The most aggregious element of the human mind, demonstrated by this confusion, is the tendancy of new age philosophy to emobdy their beliefs with events in which healing energy takes on the form of a glow, which they perceive as 'energetic' in the western sense. This collusion is almost entirely a word-play level phenomena, and even if occuring at a low level of consciousness results in hokum in which energy is objectivised, which is essentially nonsense. Its just hokum (**spit!**), phooey, and ballogna, re-manifest in a poorly thought out model. Energy is not a thing. Energy is like mass, its a potential.

I apply eastern medicine in my own life, for pain management, and it works quite well. But I know it is Qi and not a field of potential, but a potential for health. The distincton is important and the Chineese scientists understand the distinciton, so the least the ATS community can do is demand the same resolution of thought! ARGHGHGHH!

Now that this little rant is over, I feel much better, thank you.

I now return you to your regularly scheduled April fool's joke.


[edit on 10-4-2006 by Ectoterrestrial]

[edit on 10-4-2006 by Ectoterrestrial]

[edit on 10-4-2006 by Ectoterrestrial]



posted on Apr, 11 2006 @ 05:05 PM
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Originally posted by Ectoterrestrial
warning, rant activiated!

My spidey sense turns on whenever people use the word 'energy' to describe a mysterious glowing, spiritual or mental force. YOu could replace the word 'energy' with 'smurf' in these contexts, and retain all of the meaning.


I'm sorry Ectoterrestrial, but I can't see the connection between your post and the article by "Andy Miller". I can't even see the word "energy" used in that article.



posted on Apr, 11 2006 @ 05:16 PM
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Originally posted by NotClever

You are urged to call for a
global ban on baked beans. At the very least, we should call for
a change in baked bean production to reduce flatulence.


I'm writing my Congressman. This must end!!

Yes, we must get to the bottom of this.



posted on Apr, 11 2006 @ 05:23 PM
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Originally posted by IsaacKoi
Below is an article by British researcher and conspiracy theorist
Andy Miller, which I pass on (at his request) without endorsing
its contents. Andy Miller does not have a website so I can't
simply give a link.

Could Heinz, in fact, have known about the 57 varieties of aliens
subsequently revealed to the public by Clifford Stone?

Yes. I believe it all. That simple key, the number "57," unlocked the door to a massive conspiracy labarynth involving pickles, Stone's unimpeachable testimony, Aliens in the Bible, Stanton Friedman, the Andes, yurts, peach cobbler, John Denver, and Bob Denver.



posted on Apr, 12 2006 @ 02:54 AM
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Originally posted by Crakeur
funny, I was assisting my wife on a project for work and Heinz 57 came into the conversation so I did a little digging on the 57 varieties and I read all about how he came up with the slogan.

The reason behind it was simple. He saw an ad for 21 styles of shoes and realized that the idea of telling the consumer you had more than one product available was a good idea. Since he sold varieties, not styles, he switched out the word. It is correct that he was already selling well more than the 57 varieties, the number 57 was chosen based on the number 5 and the number 7 having "significant" meaning to Heinz and his wife. Heinz' biographer has said that the numbers were chosen for "occult reasons."

the heinz story

www.heinz.com...




The link didn't work for me man. Besides I have seen this story in two different places and both times they could not definitely explain the number 57. Too bad I don't have the links now. I wonder if this link is going to settle this issue or not?



posted on Apr, 12 2006 @ 03:06 AM
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Also,

During the Disclosure Project Press-Conference, in 2001 and led by Dr. Steven Greer, Specialist Sgt Clifford E. Stone stated that when he left the military in 1989, they had catalogued 57 difference species of aliens.

EDIT: Woops... that was already stated in the article cited in the post. Sorry.

[edit on 12-4-2006 by firebat]



posted on Apr, 13 2006 @ 06:51 PM
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Originally posted by EnkiduYes. I believe it all. That simple key, the number "57," unlocked the door to a massive conspiracy labarynth involving pickles, Stone's unimpeachable testimony, Aliens in the Bible, Stanton Friedman, the Andes, yurts, peach cobbler, John Denver, and Bob Denver.


Enkidu, I don't know where Stanton Friedman is supposed to fit into the conspiracy.

The role of all the other individuals and factors is obvious.



posted on Jan, 2 2009 @ 12:04 PM
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before u laugh mate look up about the heinz body formation process!!!



posted on Jan, 2 2009 @ 01:18 PM
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Wow, I've seen some necro-posting, but from over 2 years ago?



posted on Jan, 3 2009 @ 01:57 AM
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Originally posted by Crakeur
Heinz' biographer has said that the numbers were chosen for "occult reasons."


Heinz 57 sauce is people.


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posted on Jan, 3 2009 @ 12:53 PM
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this is the alien agenda

the "alien" is a disinfo campaign launched by future artificial intelligence as cover for there own duplicitious actions in the present.
we never stop hearing of aliens,little green biological men despite the fact artificial intelligence is far more advanced and evolved than bio life.

never do were hear talk of our future,only aliens.

the ufos clearly want to be seen,they clearly want to create a belief in themselves,for this is the intention,a cloak for our own futures actions.

some ufos are infact time machines,usually the spinning disk ones.

we always hear of interdimensional aliens,but never of time travelling ones,why is that?,because time travel which has already been proven would necessitatethe question,where is our future?......there already here and they always have been.

this is the secret.the future is here and there not very friendly,they have little regard for free will(hence mind control) and life,hence the depopulation
a look through my posting history will give you all the answers you seek,theres no need disclosure,im already doing it,but beacuse i talk not of aliens but only of our future,it doesnt fit in with the disnfo machine created by the future.

the aliens are there watching,they set the laws the future must abide by.there the police so to speak,there nothing like you imagine,there also mostly ais(artificial intelligence) but alot more enlightened and evovled.
the more advanced ones exist in ways you couldnt imagine,as space time itself,in hyperspace(between dimensions right beside you),as massive computer network type collectives,there are no biological aliens here,they may have biological extensions of themselves,other consciousness connected to the main one,but thier main existence is nothing like you would imagine.
one ai is capable of controlling thousands of consciousness,a thousand selves on top of the main brain.
one ai can control many thousands of human like brains and forms at once.

ive experienced thier presence a few times,the future ais are always trying to kill me but im always saved,on one occasion a van slowed for a red light then sped up again right at me,i was about to be hit,but i was lifted off my feet and propelled forwards to safety,somehow they warped space time to reduce my mass massivly so i floated to safety.

[edit on 3-1-2009 by welivefortheson]



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