posted on Jan, 3 2008 @ 03:45 PM
I was also at the X Conference. There was a very observable disparity in presentation styles between Robert Salas, Richard Dolan even Daniel Sheehand
all in relation to Greer. Greer comes off, IMO, as a creepy dude while those other people came off as fairly genuine.
To my friend who attended and is not very unfamiliar with Ufology and had to frame of reference, Greer really seemed to him to be some wierdo cult
leader, hence we didn't bother sitting through the question and answer period.
For me, having followed his work closely trying to figure out over the past year whether he's a fraud or not, I came away from his speech at the X
Conference thinking it doesn't really matter anymore does it? Until he publicly backs up his claims, it won't effect me, so who cares? If some dude
has a time machine in his closet but it never gets out then whats the point? If Guns and Roses follow up album Chinese Democracy is never released,
whats the point of wasting time worrying about? (i hope that doesnt happen though!)
Until he actually backs up his claims publicly there is no reason to take him for his word.
If I had to guess, he probably is a bit of a pathological liar to such an extent that he may not even realize it. I think he probably jumps to
conclusions very easily after talking with people rather than keeping some healthy skepticsm. I feel there must be elements of truth in his story
because of what he has accomplished, but it's entirely possible there isn't. Maybe all his experiences are via remote viewing and so it's not very
tangible so it's hard to prove? Who knows, but if that's the case you'd think he would acknowledge that. I don't know what to think about the
dude and although I'm still on the fence a little bit, I'm starting to lean towards the fact that he is more of a creepy new age movement leader
who has some truth to his story but also exagerates and makes up a lot of stuff.
At the end of the day, as far as I know, the Disclosure Project happened in 2001 and other than that he's been mostly talk.
Until he has a press conference with a fully operational free energy machine on 60 Minutes, I will take everything he says with a grain of salt.