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Originally posted by ATSGUY
wow i was reading stuff on project Camelot and there was this guy that talked about a probe that comes around every 15 years or so, it is from an old alien race and it is a very old probe.
Originally posted by gottago
Hate to say it, but Valee's thinking is typical of a certain strain of subversive French intellectualism.
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
reply to post by jfj123
The code was simple. A sequnce of of pulses could be presented in X and Y axis by a: the order of pulse i.e nr 1,2,3 etc
b, the delay between pulses
The pulse chain was about 50 pulses as I recorded them in 1968 in Sweden. I did not understand the pulses, but made a record in a study book. Later I read about LDE's and epsilon Bootis, found my records and discovered a star map. Signals were received daily around 8.9 - 24 MHz.
Originally posted by Mukiwa
reply to post by W3RLIED2
My question and interest is this: Where is the "Black Knight" now, is it still in an orbit or did it move away?
In 1958 when I initially arrived at the Cape Canaveral U.S.A.F. Missile Test Center, I began to hear the word "Lonesome George" intermingled into conversations between old time aerospace personnel...Then they realized that the object appeared to be in a stationary orbit some 80 to 100,000 miles from earth
Originally posted by forsakenwayfarer
Was expecting some idiot having a nice long unreadable rant.
Instead I am shown new information on something I have not seen before.
Originally posted by gottago
Hate to say it, but Valee's thinking is typical of a certain strain of subversive French intellectualism. You have to have lived there to recognize it. First, it delights in going against the grain, of flipping things on their head, inverting them. It's an old tradition, "epater la bourgeoisie," or shock the middle classes, they being, in this case, the UFO establishment. Secondly, it delights in its own cleverness of thought, and is narcissistic verging on hermetic, and tends to displace the question at hand from the verifiable and quantifiable into the realms of pure speculation, mind puzzles. Third, it makes sweeping, unsupported assumptions trying to unify unifiable data.
For Vallee to proclaim that the data of UFO sightings indicates a continual time lag of 50-100 years beyond our own technological advancement is an example of the third point, a sweeping proclamation that has no real basis in the reports and cannot be deduced from them. Rather it is a seduction.
[edit on 23-7-2007 by gottago]
Originally posted by Gregarious
If NASA were aware of such an object, do you suppose they might be interested in using a shuttle to recover it? And that they would say they are repairing a satellite? Do you think they would tell anyone paying for their salaries, us? We are to stupid to handle such info, but they obviously are superior. That is why they wish to prevent us from rebelling, and want to dissarm us. Interesting times...