"Please take time to read the Lacerta files and judge for yourself. Perhaps, as an experience and mature engineer, I am viewing this from a blinkered
perspective. Somehow, I do not think so. There seem to be too many faults within the dialouge to validate the text."
I'd have to cosign with that - except for the part about being an experienced engineer.
There were too many places that weren't "right", for example,
"(Lacerta says...) I dared to take the step (to reveal her true form to her original contact), but then I had serious doubt about the propriety of
my act, especially when he reacted...very...violently. He got control of himself again after a time and we could finally talk concretely about
definite matters. Now he had no choice but to believe me. This was the beginning of a series of meetings which initially took place there in the
woods, but later took place in his remote residence." (Taken from part 2)
Speaking purely for myself here, if I were to be chatting to lacerta, delighted that I'd met an attractive girl with the intellect and
open-mindedness to at least talk about subjects such as aliens and conspiracy theory in a rational manner, and she were to suddenly appear to my eyes
as a human/reptile abomination, no matter how much I might freak out and subsequently calm down there is no way on earth that she'd be invited over
for coffee to my "remote residence". Living in a remote residence would be scary enough as it is without inviting a talking reptile over whose mere
existence requires such a drastic reframing that most people's minds would simply shut down and leave them with no choice but to re-assume the fetal
position and spend the rest of their days dribbling - let alone her alternative world history theories that, when delivered in context, might just
seal the deal and cause a person's head to literally explode.
Pardon the bad grammar.
Another part, among many, that didn't sound right,
"Whenever you people take a look at an ant hill, and another person comes along and steps on the ant hill, what do you do? You go on your way, or you
search for another ant hill or you observe the ants in their crisis condition. But would one of you—even though he were larger and more powerful than
the one who stepped on the ant hill in the first place—defend the meaningless ants? No." - again from part 2
I know plenty of people who wouldn't stand for someone desicrating nature in such a blatant way. I wouldn't stand for it and, as this jurassic park
extra kept courteously reminding me, I'm nothing but an ignorant, stupid, spiteful and petty human - the lowest of intergalactic lifeforms
purposefully bred by god-like zookeepers as nothing more than a pet monkey (what was our purpose again?). And she's telling me these other lifeforms
- one of which is supposedly so advanced that it exists only on a "plane" so different from ours that we couldn't comprahend it's greatness - are
so spiritually and morally retarded that they wouldn't stick up for us against a bunch of mere grey aliens from our own pathetic plane? Hardly what
my feeble mind would call "advanced", but then again I can't "mimic" can I?
Everything about it seems too convenient - "you can't photo me cos it's against my religion - I'll let you make a twenty-third rate drawing
though!" and "You could come looking for us, but A: You'd never find us cos I won't give you the locations, B: If you ever did find a door it
would be concealed from your view by psychic powers, C: If you ever did get in we'd kill you so don't bother".
Lots of other stuff that doesn't ring true either.
Like someone already said, the author must have gone to some lengths to prepare such a series of documents (apparently from tapes i haven't heard)
and is obviously reasonably well versed in various relevent subject matter, but however fascinating the transcripts are and however much some of the
ideas presented might - just might - be founded originally in some sort of truth, I'd have to say that the lacerta interviews are, to quote david
icke, a load of old bollocks.