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I’m coming clean on Extraterrestrials

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posted on Aug, 10 2007 @ 05:44 PM
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Originally posted by Mr Jackdaw

Originally posted by sleeper
There are other ways but they rarely let you remember and it often happens early mornings---but I can’t arrange the deal for anyone other than select relatives---and none of them are interested---go figure!


Sleeper! My dearest and long-lost Cousin...


...sorry. Couldn't resist.


Hey yeah, now I remember, my dad did mention something about that side of the family---
---will 3:AM Saturday Morning work for you?---the rest of this year is booked solid




posted on Aug, 10 2007 @ 05:46 PM
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Originally posted by Kappo
Sleeper, when I was talking to my friend selfless ages ago, we were talking about something and I remember I saw something in the corner of my eye, to the left in the corner and I felt like I had been slapped. Selfless said that was good I think (how nice) and I don't think he said what it was. Do you know?


Don't know



posted on Aug, 10 2007 @ 05:56 PM
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Originally posted by johnlear
Sleeper:

Why is it that no good deed goes unpunished? Are we upsetting some kind of balance?


Hi John,

Because we think it a good deed don’t make it so---



Don't tell me its my imagination because it is not.


You have to admit John you do have a great imagination---


If you don't give me a straight answer I'm not loaning Milton any more
dresses and you know what that means.


I don’t have to tell you how ridiculous Milton looks in a dress---but he loves them---so I refuse to go to lunch with him to our favorite bistro---I just don’t have the heart to tell him I’m embarrassed to be seen with him

I hope you are happy John---please no more dresses for Milton!



posted on Aug, 10 2007 @ 05:57 PM
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Originally posted by sleeper
Hey yeah, now I remember, my dad did mention something about that side of the family---
---will 3:AM Saturday Morning work for you?---the rest of this year is booked solid


Don't tempt me with an invitation
Extraterrestrials are deliberately avoiding me. You might not want to actually give me access to their ... space.



posted on Aug, 10 2007 @ 07:32 PM
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Originally posted by sleeper

Originally posted by JSR

i thought nano tech. is man made?
am i wrong?


Nano is ET technology. Humans went from horse draw carriages at the turn of the twenty century to cars and air travel within that same decade. While humans took bows and accepted awards for their ingenuity ETs were in the backroom doing most of the work and getting none of the credit. Nothing has changed.


I guess we humans are too stupid to figure all this out on our own. Unless all this ET technology is being slowly inagrated on a very long time line to look as if we created it on our own then just maybe we actually did create it. I was listening to Lear on the radio the other night and he said anti grav was totally reversed engineered back in 1958 to 60 or so. If that was the case why has it not made its way into normal society? If we had about 60 super geniuses (185+ IQ) from 1450 to 1700 who shaped our world back then I for one would like to believe that today we have a much greater number.

With an average population of 350 million in 1450 to about only 500 million in 1700 how many super geniuses would be in the world today of 6 billion? Add in our society as a whole is getting smarter and the sharing of knowledge is instant while sharing back in 1450 to 1700 was very slow to non-existent. Also add in the ability to determine the true number of super geniuses back then would be hard since most would never had been given the chance to act on their genius while the few that were able to were not able to maximize their potential.

I looked up a reference to a study of 5200 gifted children from 1979 to 2007 from just one institute for the gifted and there were 247 children above 180 IQ and 67 IQ above 200 tested. From 1450 to 1700 there was about 4 people in the plus 200 IQ range that were using their genius to change the world. The actual number of people with 180+ IQ living today could easily be 1000 or more. Now start inserting these people into very focus disciplines and who can argue against a 1000 Newtons, Goethes, Pascals etc. creating our future and not ET.

But then the idea of ET giving it to us is so much more sexy…



posted on Aug, 10 2007 @ 08:03 PM
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sleepr,

just came across the following video whilst surfing the net of a UFO crashing into the desert. dont know the source or when it was taken but by golly, it looks pretty darn real to me and fantastic to boot.

www.yourfilehost.com...

care to share your thoughts on this one mate?



posted on Aug, 11 2007 @ 02:32 AM
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Hello Sleeper.

Thanks for your comments.

Your earlier answer about the Native American Indians was real interesting. So that got me wondering about the Neanderthals, (homo sapiens neanderthalensis). Were they really a relative of Homo sapiens sapiens (our species)? What is the story behind the Neanderthals? Did they have souls, etc.? What was their purpose as a species, etc.? Also, how many other similar (human like) species lived on Earth in the past, etc.?

Thanks again.

PS: Even though I enjoy reading your posts, sometimes when you hint at answers, and then say, "I really can't talk about that..." for one reason or another, it gets annoying. To say, "Yes, I can tell you about this, but I won't," is bothersome. It would probably be better not to mention anything at all about somethings that you can't or won't talk about. Otherwise, its just a tease (and quite unbecoming of you). I can't imagine why you would use 'teaser' tactics like that? Maybe you can explain it? (Isn't that the exact same thing they do on TV when they want to keep folks from turning the channel and get them to watch the commercials?)


[edit on 8/11/2007 by Rudolph_X]



posted on Aug, 11 2007 @ 02:48 AM
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Originally posted by Rudolph_X




PS: Even though I enjoy reading your posts, sometimes when you hint at answers, and then say, "I really can't talk about that..." for one reason or another, it gets annoying. To say, "Yes, I can tell you about this, but I won't," is bothersome. It would probably be better not to mention anything at all about somethings that you can't or won't talk about. Otherwise, its just a tease (and quite unbecoming of you). I can't imagine why you would use 'teaser' tactics like that? Maybe you can explain it?



I can understand your point of view Rudolph_X. But for myself I prefer the tease. Its stimulates the imagination. And it also permits us to imagine the answer the way we would like it to be rather than the way it might be.



posted on Aug, 11 2007 @ 02:57 AM
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Originally posted by johnlear
Originally posted by Rudolph_X




PS: Even though I enjoy reading your posts, sometimes when you hint at answers, and then say, "I really can't talk about that..." for one reason or another, it gets annoying. To say, "Yes, I can tell you about this, but I won't," is bothersome. It would probably be better not to mention anything at all about somethings that you can't or won't talk about. Otherwise, its just a tease (and quite unbecoming of you). I can't imagine why you would use 'teaser' tactics like that? Maybe you can explain it?



I can understand your point of view Rudolph_X. But for myself I prefer the tease. Its stimulates the imagination. And it also permits us to imagine the answer the way we would like it to be rather than the way it might be.



Hello Capt.

Thanks for the comment.

I suppose you are right. There are a lot of things that I wish would be the way I know they aren't. Sometimes a false hope is better than the harsh reality (it sort of gets one through the darkest part of night).

Thanks again.



posted on Aug, 11 2007 @ 10:16 AM
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Originally posted by Kappo
But aren't we all connected...? ;0.

In a round about way like distant cousins but the immediate family has certain aspects---energies that pertain to that nucleus in the here and now.


Congressmen?


A few congressmen know and they do show some stuff to “special” dignitaries



posted on Aug, 11 2007 @ 10:31 AM
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Originally posted by Xtrozero
I guess we humans are too stupid to figure all this out on our own.


That’s strong language that I would never use against a proud child that scribbled on a piece of paper and asked me to tape it to the fridge door.

Everything has already been done; nothing we “discover” in our labs is new---just like a child who draws a masterpiece believes that they are the first to do so.

But there is nothing wrong with believing we are the originators of our intelligence---it’s kind of cute


But then the idea of ET giving it to us is so much more sexy…


I don’t know about sexy but factual yes



posted on Aug, 11 2007 @ 10:33 AM
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Originally posted by Melbourne_Militia
sleepr,

just came across the following video whilst surfing the net of a UFO crashing into the desert. dont know the source or when it was taken but by golly, it looks pretty darn real to me and fantastic to boot.

www.yourfilehost.com...

care to share your thoughts on this one mate?


That link doesn't work



posted on Aug, 11 2007 @ 10:41 AM
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Melbourne_Militia is referring to this video, I believe: youtube.com...



posted on Aug, 11 2007 @ 10:59 AM
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Originally posted by Rudolph_X
Hello Sleeper.
Thanks for your comments.
Your earlier answer about the Native American Indians was real interesting. So that got me wondering about the Neanderthals, (homo sapiens neanderthalensis). Were they really a relative of Homo sapiens sapiens (our species)? What is the story behind the Neanderthals? Did they have souls, etc.? What was their purpose as a species, etc.? Also, how many other similar (human like) species lived on Earth in the past, etc.?


Hi Rudolph,

Neanderthals shared certain physical features but they were containers for something much different that what we call souls

There were many varieties of containers similar to man, all designed for special purposes and reasons ---but here I go again---I’m not telling, so there---




PS: Even though I enjoy reading your posts, sometimes when you hint at answers, and then say, "I really can't talk about that..." for one reason or another, it gets annoying. To say, "Yes, I can tell you about this, but I won't," is bothersome. It would probably be better not to mention anything at all about somethings that you can't or won't talk about. Otherwise, its just a tease (and quite unbecoming of you). I can't imagine why you would use 'teaser' tactics like that? Maybe you can explain it? (Isn't that the exact same thing they do on TV when they want to keep folks from turning the channel and get them to watch the commercials?)


I understand your frustration and your suspicions but have you considered that I don’t have to disclose anything at all----I know I said this was my job, but it is voluntary, I could spend all my time fishing at the lake.

I don’t get any brownie points for spending hours like a Borg in the matrix wired to this internet thing---


I am free to enjoy my life here anyway I wish---and so too can most who are stuck down here----I just thought it would be cool to let “some” who may be interested, in on that little obscure fact.



posted on Aug, 11 2007 @ 11:15 AM
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Originally posted by Siblin
Melbourne_Militia is referring to this video, I believe: youtube.com...



That's a black ops fiasco

btw human black ops predates our modern era, for those who can get their minds around that.



posted on Aug, 11 2007 @ 11:50 AM
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Originally posted by sleeper

Originally posted by Rudolph_X
Hello Sleeper.
Thanks for your comments.
Your earlier answer about the Native American Indians was real interesting. So that got me wondering about the Neanderthals, (homo sapiens neanderthalensis). Were they really a relative of Homo sapiens sapiens (our species)? What is the story behind the Neanderthals? Did they have souls, etc.? What was their purpose as a species, etc.? Also, how many other similar (human like) species lived on Earth in the past, etc.?


Hi Rudolph,

Neanderthals shared certain physical features but they were containers for something much different that what we call souls

There were many varieties of containers similar to man, all designed for special purposes and reasons ---but here I go again---I’m not telling, so there---




PS: Even though I enjoy reading your posts, sometimes when you hint at answers, and then say, "I really can't talk about that..." for one reason or another, it gets annoying. To say, "Yes, I can tell you about this, but I won't," is bothersome. It would probably be better not to mention anything at all about somethings that you can't or won't talk about. Otherwise, its just a tease (and quite unbecoming of you). I can't imagine why you would use 'teaser' tactics like that? Maybe you can explain it? (Isn't that the exact same thing they do on TV when they want to keep folks from turning the channel and get them to watch the commercials?)


I understand your frustration and your suspicions but have you considered that I don’t have to disclose anything at all----I know I said this was my job, but it is voluntary, I could spend all my time fishing at the lake.

I don’t get any brownie points for spending hours like a Borg in the matrix wired to this internet thing---


I am free to enjoy my life here anyway I wish---and so too can most who are stuck down here----I just thought it would be cool to let “some” who may be interested, in on that little obscure fact.


Hello Sleeper.

Thanks for your comments.

You know we all appreciate your taking the time to tell us about your stories and experiences. It really is great that you give us some answers to our questions. I suppose I was just voicing a concern that many of us here might have about alway wanting more information than what we can get. I'm sure you can understand it from our point of view.

So, the Neanderthals were containers for something much more different than what we call souls. But most of us haven't got the foggiest ideas about what our own souls are, much less some kind of variation of the soul. Sure would like to hear more about that one.

Also, any additional information on the Native American Indians, whose ancestors are still with us, would certainly be something of great interest to those of us who would like to know more about their past.

There are also a whole bunch of other things that you partially explained here which I'm sure we'd all also like to hear about.

It would probably be a whole lot easier for everybody if you had your own radio talk show where folks could call in with their questions?

Thanks again.

[edit on 8/11/2007 by Rudolph_X]



posted on Aug, 11 2007 @ 11:58 AM
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Originally posted by sleeper

Originally posted by Kappo
Congressmen?


A few congressmen know and they do show some stuff to “special” dignitaries



Ok so, I'm only thirteen and so I don't really think or talk about politics (so I don't actually know what a congressmen is), but from what I've heard, aren't they only in the US? I'm also from england.



posted on Aug, 11 2007 @ 01:03 PM
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I've found this one about 6 months ago. From Italy yet:




posted on Aug, 11 2007 @ 01:06 PM
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I can't seem to get that supplied youtube link to work right. Maybe this will work.

www.youtube.com...



posted on Aug, 11 2007 @ 08:22 PM
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Originally posted by sleeper

We make the world a better place by being better people---if everyone on this planet was up to speed in a good way, this planet would be a cool place to live for all.

Regardless of our lot in life we all can add our two cents towards a better world

It’s not rocket science or an impossible task to achieve; it’s simply the removal of hate, envy and ego from our repertoire---dang, that big word makes it sound so painful---



Hi Sleeper,
Thanks for your responses, and yes being nice isnt rocket science but its sure in short supply here.

You stated in you past blogs that there are souless humanoids here on the planet...that was interesting to me....are they here for observation and information? What kind of lives do they lead? Do they all act like Condoleezza Rice?


I realize the sun is heating our solar system not our Ford Expeditions, but is the sun dangerous as the media and wishy washy medical community says it is for us?

Also whay is Milton contacting bloggers from this blog? What is his reason for this? Is it just part of his intergalactic diplomacy here? Would he like to visit Arizona? Its only 113 degrees today


Thanks,
Adam



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