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Originally posted by Denied
i just want a good debate.
I'm sure without reading 107 pages you can tell me what connection Sleeper has to this.
We don't want books, video's, lectures anymore, we just want the truth.
I'm not expecting you to do that right here but connect the dots would help.
This thread was going smoothly then when sleeper came on the scene, neither you guys wanted to answer why he knows more, only that to read a huge thread?
It can be given in layman's terms at the very least.
[edit on 11-7-2006 by Denied]
john lear got this stuff from a remote viewers book. i cannot remember who but i have his book to. the americans were supposed to do a remote viewing experiment where they followed a man's soul after he died in a crash. the soul he said went towards the moon, and the remote viewer was warned to go away or he would die and it was not his time. this is where lear got this info. whether true or not i do not know, but it was an interesting story and shows that the americans and others have looked into these questions.
The 6 miles high tower in Sinus Medii shown in the photo taken by Lunar Orbiter 3 photo#84M gave me a clue to where they might be being stored or processed.
Do you know of any connections between incidents such as written about in the Mothman Prophecies, the construction of NRAO in Green Bank WV, and malungeons?
Hi John, What do you think would happen if science discovered how to stop ageing, we never got old and we could live as long as we liked without getting sick, and dieing was down to choice rather than inevitability.
Do you think the beings in control of the soul collection would interviene because of the disruption of the soul cycles? or do you think that they have such a strong stranglehold over our governments that this type of scientific breakthrough would be suppressed?
Schneider was found dead in his Wilsonville, Oregon apartment on January 17, 1996. He had apparently been dead for several days (perhaps up to a week), and reportedly had a rubber hose wrapped three times around his neck. Regardless of such rumors, Tim Swartz writes that "Clackamas County Coroner's office initially attributed Philip Schneider's death to a stroke.
Some suggest Schneider was murdered. He suffered multiple physical illnesses (osteoporosis, cancer, injuries). Officially, suicide is the cause of death.
There has always been a detention place on earth, on the moon and in many other locations. Not all souls are detained some leave this area the instant their bodies expire.
Wherever there is a soul there is a collector---for lack of a better term.
Originally posted by zoopnfunk
Yeah, the moon is just oozing with life... too bad any amatuer can grab a telescope and prove you wrong. BTW, I understand it is your belief that they are underground.. so are you telling me that under constant observation they have NEVER been spotted by casual night observers?
Please... stop wasting peoples time... I am guessing your out to make a profit in some way, it really is pathetic.
I'm not usually outright dismissive, but Lear's claims are fit only for derision and at best -- laughter. That's my opinion and for me: 'end of subject'.
Originally posted by LAES YVAN
Radio Telescopes are probably not as accurate as we think. It says here:
That "irregularities in the ionosphere distort the incoming signals". Well what about the irregularities in the targets ionosphere or atmosphere? What about all the distortion received from space dust and debris between Earth and the target? All dust, rocks, water, or just matter in general, didn't just appear on Earth, they collected here from outer space. That random dust and junk would definitely distort the incoming signals as well. To say those signals are 100% accurate, without even being on the surface of the target to test those claims, would be out right illogical.
Thats my view.