posted on Sep, 3 2007 @ 03:29 AM
Wow. You totally think the same as me on a lot of points from the conference. This too was my first UFO Conference. I've sparked enough interest in
the Disclosure Project, to take it to the next level and go to something like this.
To be honest, I was hoping some presenter there had more 'concrete' proof of 'something'. I mean don't get me wrong, I definitely belive in
ET's, it's just It would be nice to have, say, a nice Hi-Def video of some in the daytime or something like that, is that asking too much
I guess for now, like always, we'll have to rely on testimony and grainy videos at night, and trust that the people giving testimonies are putting
enough of their credibility on the line that it would be too much to risk for them to be lying.
I too went to see Dr. Greer mainly, and I really enjoyed his speech, and of course got my book signed. I don't think the 800 bucks is really too
much, beacause it is for a whole week of training. Think of the Trancendental Meditation fee for example which is 3k for much less training. I think
if he was doing it just to make money, well then he could make a whole lot more just focusing on selling books, and even doing ER work again. Of
course I want to believe everything he says, as it would literally be "mind blowing" knowledge, but If I've learned anything about this whole
industry, it's that every "expert" has thier own story about our relationship with ET's, and I can't say that each "expert's" story coorelates
with the others, so somebody has got to be wrong, or everyone is.
For example if you believe in John Lear's theories, well then, they don't exactly coorelate to Steven Greer's? So either one of them is right, or
both are wrong? Who do you believe? They both have impressive credentials, so it's a hard call.
I really liked John Lear's presentation on the Moon Base, and I almost bought the CD, but 30 bucks was a little steep IMO. I was thinking 15 would
be more reasonable. I too was back and forth at first on his presentation, as a lot of the pictures were pretty grainy, but then he showed a few that
were pretty damn conclusive. You'd have to try hard "not" to see some strange things in some of those craters. However, like you, once I started
reading more on his theories, the Soul Tower stuff, it just really pushed my limits. Maybe he's right and I'm not ready for that type of info just
yet, but it sound just a little 'crazy' and a little like Scientology if you ask me.
Thank's for your post, I'm glad there were other first timers like me there that pretty much share my same views and opinions on the EXPO and the