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GAALT - The Biggest Conspiracy of All

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posted on Oct, 27 2008 @ 07:36 PM
reply to post by Marlborough Red

Today is Oct 27/08 and the link to freedomdomain is killed
I hope he is alright but me thinks they got him

posted on Oct, 27 2008 @ 10:43 PM
Oh man the OP's website is down. This looked like an interesting topic but I am at a loss without the website. Hope it's back up soon!

posted on Oct, 29 2008 @ 10:37 AM
reply to post by battlestargalactica

In regards to Americall Group, It is an inbound/outbound telemarketing company. It intern is owned by a french company. This company has accounts from every major credit card co. and many insurance providers and catalog companies. The company uses the latest tech available
and updates its systems every 2 to 3 years. I will not reveal confidentiasl
and I do not exactly understand your question in regards to this industry ?

posted on Oct, 29 2008 @ 10:59 AM
the site is dead it seems but Google has cached the pages (no images though)

Page 1

Page 2

Page 3

*edited to add page 3*

[edit on 29-10-2008 by warrenb]

[edit on 29-10-2008 by warrenb]

posted on Oct, 29 2008 @ 11:30 AM

I would like to know why the domain name for GAALT Industries is registered to "The Manticore Group". Link to DNS info here

I thought, WTF is "The Manticore Group"?

Further DNS research gives us this:

Group, The Manticore
The Manticore Group
12995 N. Oracle Rd
Suite 141-161
Tucson, Arizona 85739
United States

on another link I found a name and email address

The Manticore Group
Devin Watson [email]

and yet another link shows that
they also act as a publishing company.

Google "GAALT Industries"
we find this
Gaalt Industries
1013 Oxmoor Road
Birmingham, AL 35209
Phone: 205-879-3774
IC: 6794
Sales: $10-25 Million
Employees: 2 - 4
Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate
Holding and Other Investment Offices
Patent owners and lessors

is it the same GAALT Ind. ?

anyhoo food for thought

[edit on 29-10-2008 by warrenb]

posted on Oct, 29 2008 @ 12:25 PM
weird picture of globe with light, coming soon?

interesting that OP's domain is also gone..

posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 04:57 PM
You are looking for "Consairway"

posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 06:05 PM
reply to post by jasperaldo

Just to add to the intrigue, in mythology the manticore ate human flesh.

In Greek the manticore is called "baricos".

An awfully unfriendly name for a company ... one wonders who came up with the name "Manticore" for said corporation.

posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 06:18 PM
OPs site is back online. There is a hell of a lot of information on this site and it appears he has been on the web since 1997. This looks like one of the most suppressed sites on the internet, having not heard of it until recently.

posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 07:12 PM
This is one of the most interesting threads Ive read here on ATS. Thanks to the OPS and the researchers posting all their finds in here.

Star and a flag from me!

posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 07:17 PM
Wow I cannot believe this thread is alive. This is one of the very few conspiracies I have researched (or read on this site) that has had any chance of being true. Unfortunately I became frustrated with the lack of information on the topic. Not to mention the lack of interest outside of a few people.

Looking back, I could have formatted my posts a lot better, and included more info that I left out. Although it should be noted that I am still pretty skeptical on most of the left out materials.

A problem for me was the gigantic amount of telecommunications and electronics companies with incredibly similar names. That wasted hours of my time (for example Solar Communications Company vs Solar Communications Corporation etc).

Things That Could Still Be Done to Resolve or Further This Thread (If anyone So Desires...)
-Recent GAALT happenings since our initial research.
-Email Quebecor about their GAALT connection.
-More info on the actual electronics developed by the firm.
-More complete genealogy (debatable - lots was pulled up on this)
-Contact Josh (Conxposer)?
-The factums (or even some other legal docs/newspaper article) from the original DCB Jr SMG sale tax evasion case.
-Read the books on DCB Sr?
-Check some names from anonymous (I am very skeptical of that post - reasons I won't get into).
-Email Leading Edge Research to see if GAALT demanded they not publish the materials reproduced on Josh's site. If they did not, why the heck would GAALT go after Josh...
-Someone in America needs to look under some bridges...

All in all, I am still highly skeptical about a lot of this. The fact that I could not find any info by going backwards hurt it a lot as well (I could not find much information about the technology supposedly developed by GAALT, let alone anything linking said technology to GAALT or DCB himself, outside of Josh's materials).

The two other things that made this too crazy for me were examples LER gives of GAALTs supposed techonology:
1-The prisms under the bridges. Really???
2- The devices installed in the bottom of wells which can recognize a specific humans DNA from (200M?) away, and then beam said information to a satellite. No way.

Good luck if anyone wants to take this on, and say Hi if you're still lurking Josh (hard to believe you gave up so easy....).

posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 07:29 PM
Wu Tang,
Josh was kicked off of ATS for posting a single thread about his no Planes theory with a link to his site. (I personally wrote and asked him about this and why he was no longer with us) He was kicked off without warning and without cause from what I can see. I think it was a chance to clear him out of here so he could not continue posting relevent info. Whether or not his no planes theory or info on his page is correct or not, he only posted for people to reply to his page facts point for point and then he was banned.
Here is the page he was talking about. The link is removed form the original thread.

It talks about CNN TV Fakery and CGI in relation to 911.

[edit on 14-11-2008 by truthwarrior7]

posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 07:37 PM
BTW, I'm not sure what happened in the past, but are you aware that is ONLINE !!!

Holy Crap Batman!

I think it was defunct at the time of the OP.

From their "Contact Us" Page

GAALT® Industries

Exotic Technologies

Gee, I wonder what these "Exotic Technologies" are that they are referring to?

[edit on 14-11-2008 by truthwarrior7]

posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 07:41 PM
GAALT® Industries
Some Proven GAALT® Systems Applications In Service
Presidential Train
Air-to-Ground Networks
Communication Satellites
Submarine Cable Circuits Long-Lines Telephone Circuits
Manned Spaceflight Communications
Railway/Industrial Microwave Networks
Mobile Communication Trailers/Shelters
Some of GAALT®'s Customers
American Telephone & Telegraph Co.
Canadian Forces
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Collins Radio Company
Companhia Radiotelegrafica Brasileira
Department of the Air Force
Department of the Navy
Empire Land Company
Empresa Tecnica De Equipamentos
Electricos SARL
Hayes International Corporation
ITT Central America Cables & Radio
Liberty National Life Insurance Co.
Missouri Pacific Railroad Company
Northern Radio Manufacturing Co.
Patlon Aircraft and Industries Ltd.
Philco Corporation
Radio Corporation of America (RCA)
RCA Victor Company, Limited
Ships Electronics and Marine Services
Specialty Electronics, Limited
Tele-Radio Systems, Limited
The Bahama Islands Government
The Technical Materiel Corporation
TraTcor MAS
United Fruit Trading Corporation
Argentina Government
Canadian Marconi Company
Central of Georgia Railway Company
Companhia Dos Diamantes De Angola
Defense Electronics Supply Center
Department of the Army
Electronica Guatemalteca
Empresa Guatemalteca De Telecomm. Intertronica, Limitada
JITCO Specialized Book Distributors
Liberian Radio Service
Minor's Veterinary Clinic
National Aeronautics and Space Admn.
Page Communications Engineers, Inc.
Pecos Radio Dispatch
Racal communications Limited
Radiografica Costarricense
Scientific Radio Systems, Inc.
Southern Railway Company
The Anaconda Company
The Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone
Company of Virginia
Tropical Radio Telegraph Company
Westrex Communications, Division, Litton
WLAU Radio Station, Laurel, Mississippi
Customers of similar standings are too numerous to list herein, but are available if desired by qualified agencies. GAALT® units are in service in areas of severe climatic conditions-Chile, Belgium, Brazil, Alaska, Vietnam, Argentina, Nigeria, Philippines, The Bahamas, Greenland, Panama Canal Zone, Angola, Repubtic of the Congo, Portugal, Satellite ECHO, Mercury Missile Program, Royal Canadian Air Force and in numerous transportable installations.

posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 07:42 PM
GAALT® Industries

SOLARPLEX™ (Model WA623-SB2C-1E)
systems are designed for stand-alone generation of electricity by using light energy to produce electricity. Storage of the electricity is in special GAALT® batteries. This solar electricity may be used for remote site power, lighting of a parking lot, electricity for a home or business, or even to provide the electricity for a city.

systems are designed for stand alone generation of electricity and surplus electrical energy to be sold to the local public electric utility company. These systems are designed for an average of 120% of the required electricity, so that at least 20% may be sold daily to the public electric utility company (Federal Law). The remaining 100% of electricity is used for energy of a home, commercial building or anything requiring electricity. READITCOM™ systems are also designed for a "give-and-take" electrical requirement, i.e. any additional electricity required which is not produced by the READITCOM™ system is to be purchased from the public electric utility company. The principal design of the READITCOM™ system is to replenish electrical energy through a Time Demand Load Management Program as a co-generating electrical energy system into the existing wire grid network in intrastate and interstate commerce for consumption by the public at large.

TELEGUARD™ (Models WA623-AC-1E/RI-MTE and WA623-AC-1F1/RI-MTE) systems are designed to automatically control GAALT® Solar Cooling, Solar Electricity, Solar Heating and Security Systems for commercial, governmental, industrial and residential applications.

systems are designed for point-to-point telecommunications for companies having two offices seperated by a distance which does not require a repeater station between them for a completed telecommunications path. Computers, data, digital, facsimile and voice may be transmitted over these paths.

systems are designed for point-to-point-to-point (3 or more sites) telecommunications for companies having two or more offices separated by a distance requiring a repeater station between them for a complete telecommunications path.

BROADCAST GAALT® STL (Models WA623-AC-1F1 and WA623-AC-1F2)
systems operate between the studio and the broadcast transmitter, providing consistent maximum modulation and a consistent program level, while eliminating the need for level-monitoring and adjustments at the studio. These units operate between 20Hz and 20 KHz with an input sensitivity from -30 dbm to -10 dbm and an input impedance from 4 to 100,000 Ohms, providing an audio distortion of less than .0025 with an attack time of about 50 nanoseconds. These units operate over either wire or radio links to the transmitter from the studio. They operate in either Monaural or Stereo, AM or FM stations.

systems are designed for either Direct Dial telephone to radio paging or Manual Control telephone to radio paging of one-way or two-way.

systems are designed for Simplex, Partial Duplex and Full Duplex radio systems to bi-directionally control telephone to radio connections for mobile telephone systems.

posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 07:46 PM
someone should contact this guy.....

Hello Mr. Beatty, We met in the Dallas Co. Courthouse basement on 12/18/04. I would love to have a conversation. Contact me at or Robert Meadows (334)872-5265


Posted online 11-8-08
nandj1966 time:2008-11-8 6:51:42

[edit on 14-11-2008 by truthwarrior7]

posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 07:59 PM

April 11, 1900 - Donald Croom Beatty

Donald Croom Beatty was a military aviator, air explorer, engineering test pilot, aerospace executive, and inventor.

Born in Birmingham, Alabama, Beatty's aviation career began in 1916 when he made his first solo flight at his grandfather's farm in a self-built plane. He joined the Alabama National Guard air unit as flying officer in 1922.

Beatty organized and led an air-ground expedition into interior of South America 1929-1930 to evaluate feasibility of airline travel on that continent. He pioneered numerous new routes over uncharted territory for Pan American Airlines. The D. C. Beatty Latin American Expedition (1931-32) among the headhunters in Ecuador and Peru earned him membership in the prestigious Explorers Club of New York, the Royal Geographical Society of London and the medal of the Smithson Society of the Smithsonian Institution, which honored him for "the increase and diffusion of knowledge among men."

During those years, while flying in the Andes of South America, Beatty set up the first system of voice communications, plane-to-ground, considered by many to be his greatest contribution to international aviation. He also developed the concept of seasonally varying flight altitudes and routes; reporting at five-minute intervals on grid-type, alphabetic-numerical coordinates, enabling ready location of downed planes; and he pioneered and surveyed many trans-Andean air routes.

He also conducted engineering test flights of several successful commercial seaplanes and was senior air safety investigator for CAB 1938.

In World War II, Beatty directed operations of the Ferry Command under the code name "Consairway," ferrying bombers into all areas of the war zone. The effort developed from a one-man rescue mission to the world's most efficient, trans-oceanic airline. He pioneered development of barometric route selecting, a more efficient method of air navigation for long, over-water flights. He also articipated in the design and development of U.S. Army's first successful helicopter in 1944.

Beatty's documented inventiveness began with a patent for the refinement of a crystal radio. During his lifetime, he obtained many patents, most concerning electronic communication equipment. Among commonly used devices, he held the first patents on the telephone answering machine, the automatic dialer, and the "hands-free" telephone. Other patents include "GAALT", a solid state vario-amplifier instrumental in the development of pioneer space satellites that are now used on every continent. As owner of the frequency, Beatty built the first voice radio stations in Alabama, WIAG and WSY, which broadcast weather reports to aid in flight safety.

Donald Croom Beatty died in Birmingham, July 12, 1980 and was inducted into the Alabama Men's Hall of Fame in 1992.

posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 08:04 PM

Leroy Springs (1861-1931)

Colonel Leroy Springs, one of the foremost pioneers in cotton manufacturing was equally prominent is
banking, cotton oil, rail and insurance. During his day, he may have been the busiest textile executive of them

He was born on Springfield Plantation, near Fort Mill, SC, just south of Charlotte, NC, on November 12, 1861,
the son of A. Baxter Springs and Julia Blandina (Baxter) Springs. His father was a lawyer but more importantly,
a planter on a large scale; president of a railroad; director of two other railroads; and interested in banking. His
father became a state senator and was a member of the South Carolina Convention, which formed the
ordinance of secession.
He was a student at the University of North Carolina from 1878-1880. After the university, he entered the
mercantile business and became a salesman for a Charlotte wholesale grocery firm. This began a long,
successful career in business. He married Grace Allison White, daughter of Samuel E. White of Fort Mill, in
1891. She died in 1907. He began his own business, Leroy Springs and Company in Lancaster, SC in 1884.
He organized the Kershaw, SC Mercantile and Banking Co. in 1888. Many other banking ventures followed.

Springs entered textiles late in his career. He organized the Lancaster Cotton Mills, one of the largest in the
South in 1896; the Eureka Cotton Mills and Springstein Mills in 1899; and Kershaw in 1904. He reorganized
the two mills of what would become the most famous location, Fort Mill Manufacturing Company in 1904.
These mills, founded in 1884 and 1889 became the central location of what grew into a dynamo in the 20th

He served as Colonel on the staff of Governor John P. Richardson from 1886 until 1890. He was Chairman of
the Board of Trustees of the Lancaster Grade School for a period. He was a delegate to the Democratic
National Convention four successive times up to 1920, and a delegate-at-large in 1924.

In 1928, toward the end of his career, he was president of seven cotton mill companies, president of the Bank
of Lancaster, the Lancaster and Chester Railway, the Lansford Water and Power Company of Lancaster;
Vice-President of the Bank of Kershaw; Director of the Catawba Fertilizer Co., the Lancaster Cotton Oil Co., First
National Bank of Camden, National Exchange Bank of Kershaw, Savings bank of Fort Mill, the Southern Home
Fire Insurance Co. of Charleston, the Prudential Fire Insurance Co. of Greenville, Trustee of the Mutual Life
Insurance Co. of New York,; Director of the American Trust Co. of Charlotte; Vice-President of the Columbia,,
SC National Bank. He was a director of the Charleston, Columbia and Augusta Rail way a t the time it merged
with the Southern Railway. He was probably officially connected with more separate corporations than any one
businessman in the state of South Carolina.

He died in 1931 and turned over the textile business to his son, Colonel Elliot White Springs, a distinguished
World War I flying ace and entrepreneur who really put Springs textiles on the national map with imaginative
advertising and outlandish quotes.


1) Jacobs, William Plumer.1935. The Pioneer. Clinton, S.C.:
Jacobs & Co. Press.

If you care to contribute to this article, please contact
Springs Industries

[edit on 14-11-2008 by truthwarrior7]

posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 08:15 PM

Crandall C. Bowles
Business c. 1947
CEO of Springs Global

Seems she may be insignificant. ???

[edit on 14-11-2008 by truthwarrior7]

posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 08:20 PM

The Indian Head Connection III
Springs Industries - 117 Years Young

There is a saying in the textile world that to know the history of one mill is to know them all. Mergers, acquisitions, buyouts and joint ventures have all contributed to the close interrelationships which have existed among textile mills and affiliates since their beginning in this country.

Springs Industries is an example of a survivor which rather than being absorbed by Indian Head Inc. instead purchased part of that company when Indian Head became a conglomerate and changed the course of its business operations.
One of the most famous and recognizable logos in the world, the Springmaid. - Courtesy The Springs Story

Traveling the same diversified route, Springs has gone from a weaver of quality fabrics to a supplier for leading retailers with a complete line of coordinated home furnishings designed to simplify home decorating for every consumer ranging sheets and pillowcases, comforters and comforter accessories, bedspreads, blankets, bed skirts, quilts, duvet covers, pillow shams, decorative and bed pillows, mattress pads., towels, bath accent rugs, shower curtains, ceramic and other bath accessories, window hardware, decorative rods, horizontal blinds in a range of widths and materials, motorized blinds, pleated and cellular shades, soft window treatments such as drapes, valances and balloon shades to bed and bath products for institutional and hospitality customers, home sewing fabrics, and baby bedding and apparel products. Licensing agreements include kitchen and table linen items, decorative napkin rings, flannel and knit sheets, toilet seat covers, blankets and throws, and fabric covered lampshades.

What is remarkable is that Springs is still headed by a member of the founding family since the company's founding 117 years ago. More remarkable is that even with the textile woes this country has faced over the past 40 years, Springs continues to maintain a heavy domestic production output. Springmaid, Wamsutta, Bali, Regal and Daisy Kingdom are some of its popular household names.

Like Stifel and Skinner, Springs has quite a story to tell, one that is probably the most varied and interesting of any mill in American history. As you will note, Springs like Indian Head Inc. branches into the ready-made market, buying, consolidating, investing and selling as a means of economic survival and staying abreast of modern business methods to be competitive.

The Springs Story

1876 - Wamsutta Mills begins operation; 109 years later will become part of Springs Industries.

1886 - Leroy Springs [often referred to as Col. Springs] establishes a cotton shipping company, Leroy Springs & Co., for buying and shipping of cotton in Fort Mill SC.

1887 -- The future Springs Mills, Fort Mill Manufacturing Company, is established in Fort Mill SC by Col. Samuel Elliott White who preferrs being called Capt. White. 200 looms; weaving operations only. 176 employees earn between 56¢ to $1.68 a day. Mill contains dye room and drying room. Produces first yard in February 1888 and by April is producing 8,000 yards daily. Soon about 10,000 yards of gingham plaids a day are turned out under good quality Equity and lesser quality Scarsdale brand. Mill becomes known as The Gingham Mill. Equity and lesser quality Scarsdale brand. Mill becomes known as The Gingham Mill. Cotton is purchased from local farms until around 1900.

1892 - Luna Cotton Mills is built. Will be renamed Sugaw Creek Mfg. Co, then Millfort Mill Co.; will later become Springs' White Plant for spinning operations.

1892 - Leroy Springs marries Capt. White's daughter, Grace, uniting Fort Mills two most prominent business families. Their son Elliot will eventually head the company and revolutionize advertising.

1895 -- Leroy establishes Lancaster Cotton Mills in Lancaster SC.

1899 - Leroy purchases Chester Mfg. Co, a gingham mill; names it Springsteen Mill as a tr

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