ubercanist, yours is a name I recognize and respect here at ATS, please read nothing negative into my post. OptionToChoose is a newbie here; however,
the spirit who inhabits the name has been almost religiously an at-least-twice-daily part of ATS since summer 1994, albeit in lurking form.
I've been entertained by the Sleeper posts, felt the light sprinkle of mindshock after having read of John's soul-catcher position, et al, and if he
is truly disinfo, then that would truly be eff'd-up. But like a big-eyed-Gray abducting someone other than me, how could I prove it one way or the
other, at least if all I even know of John Lear is text and pics on my computer screen? Yet -- with regards to the potential and quite-likely
existence of ET, at least -- I have personal experiences, almost weekly now, precidents for which do not exist in my mental database, nor is there
conventional reasoning for. One less-dynamic example (and this topic is what made me take the plunge and join ATS): the nightly bright stars which
twinkle furiously with different colors (heavy reds and blues), and if viewed telephotographically -- lo and behold (key word "behold") are not
"stars" at all, every now and then a smaller light will streak in or out of one. Maybe tomorrow night "Venus", who was bright as hell tonight,
will not even appear in the western sky, same bat time. Nothing
I've learned about planets corresponds with such visible changes.
I also follow Zorgon and co a lot, and am completely blown away by his knowledge base, and his apparent devotion to what I recognize personally as
truth. He and John seem to be in a very good way. Birds of a feather tend to flock together, and tho I don't want to come across as naive, there's
just a lot to sift through to even begin trying to reach some distant facsimile of a conclusion about all this "conspiracy" stuff, and my very
profession, digital imagery, has not
made that job any easier (can you say, "Chad Drone?")
People think I'm
crazy, and tho I might be, I'm not.