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Originally posted by rikriley This guy was at least 80 years old but would not give up any info.
Originally posted by lotusland
Here's the link to Ingo Swann's Penetration PDF:
[edit on 1-2-2007 by lotusland]
Originally posted by biotic
Horrificus, have you heard of the thread that has all of john lears moon pictures and an in depth analasys of them
Originally posted by Horrificus
No, I just kind of stumbled onto this thread.
Is there a specific thread that gives this kind of info?
John Lear’s Disclosure Briefing
presented on the 11/2/03 show:
Art Bell: Let's say the government chose me. They were going to use me as an outlet to release this information. Let's just say they did that and they took me to a briefing. Then what John?
John Lear: They whisk you to Washington, DC, you get limo-ed to this building, beautiful building, you go up into this room. They say, 'Art, you're the guy and if you give us the go ahead, we are gonna release everything we know to the public. If you decide to go ahead, all major networks will be provided with information on all aspects of the cover up and no type of information will be withheld. Because of the deal for immunity for all participants of the cover up provides that nothing, no artifacts, no piece of information be withheld.'
Originally posted by johnlear
I just got back from the mine. I read Ingo Swann's Penetration yesterday. Ingo was way ahead of me back in 1998 when the book was published. All the stuff I am saying was on the farside of the moon he was saying in 1998. The black ops chapter is riviting. For anybody interested in the farside Penetratin is the book and Ingo Swann is the man. Usually nothing surprises me anymore. Penetration surprised me. I appreciated Ingo's honesty and his dry sense of humor.
Originally posted by ConspiracyNut23
Thanks for the Swann book tip, John Lear, It was as you mentioned a riveting read. Although it took me 3 days to read it. - you get a lot of reading done when visiting the mine?
Would it be possible for you to put up a recommended reading list in your CM section?
If there's any other good tip, I'd love to know about them.