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GAALT - The Biggest Conspiracy of All

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posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 08:23 PM

Heritage of GAALT Industries
GAALT Model WA623-1-RC77 is the patented electronic device selected to set the standards for the development for computers to be connected to the telephone wire and/or radio paths everywhere on earth. This is typically referred to as the pin functions for the computer connection RS232C and also known as a modem.

Carolina Emergency Services and Security Company is the amalgamation of the heritage from ancestors of the same blood-line commencing with William Brewster of the Mayflower Compact in 1620 and from Louis Charles Bourbon Capet from February 6, 1778 to organize and finance the American Revolutionary War for the benefit of the United States of North America and for the blood-line family as detailed in the premise.

In 1865 this family business was in both Lancaster, South Carolina to build a cotton mill that became the largest cotton mill business on Earth, and to organize Birmingham, Alabama for the manufacturing of railroad equipment and railway cars for the transportation of cotton back to Lancaster, South Carolina, under the terms of the 37th United States Congress, Acts of treason against the so-called Confederate States of America. In 1872 its headquarters were established in both Lancaster and in Birmingham where they remain today in any and all businesses permitted under the provisions of the premise from the beginning of the United States. It specializes in para-legal research and development of old and new corporations from the beginning of the United States and for Tomorrow, and leasing the assets of same to others, generally under 1, 5, 49, 99, and 999 - year leases for the betterment of man kind.

Continuing from
Indian Head Connection
1901 - Leroy purchases Luna Cotton Mills for weaving of chambrays and twills and renames it White Plant. He becomes a major force in the American cotton industry. By 1907at age 46 he is president of four cotton mills, five mercantile companies, two banks, a railroad, a cotton compress company, water power company and director of eight SC banks and the Southern Railroad.

1911 - Capt. White dies; Leroy is named president of Fort Mill company which is renamed Plant 1

1912 - Leroy buys Kershaw Cotton Mill to eventually produce shade goods and lawn.

1913 - Fort Mill expanded; 600 new Draper looms to produce sheeting. Mills produce fabrics under names of Lynwood, Kanawah, Ivanhoe, Trossach, Winton, Equity, First Equity, Saranac, Scarsdale and Kenwood.

1914 -Leroy's Lancaster Mills assumes control of Fort Mill Manufacturing Company. Lancaster now has weave room with 3,016 looms, slasher room spooler rooms, tying room and large cloth room; covers 8-1/2 acres.

1919 - Leroy operates five textile mills in South Carolina as separate companies - Fort Mill Plant, White Plant, Lancaster Plant, Kershaw Plant and Eureka Plant.

1923 - Boll weevil epidemic shuts down many cotton plants; some work every other week.

1924 - Lyman plant is built.

1927 - Leroy requests son Elliot to leave New York City and return to learn mill business. Elliot refuses at first as he is earning $50,000 plus royalties annually as one of the country's best magazine writers but returns in 1928 as company treasurer-secretary.

1931 - Upon the death of his father Leroy, Elliott White Springs inherits six cotton mills with 5,000 employees, 7,500 looms, and 300,000 spindles valued at $7,250,000. But equipment is outdated and creditors are at the doors. Many doubt mill's future based on Elliot's playboy reputation and Depression economy.

He astounds everyone with his financial acumen and business strategy, consolidating and modernizing during his 28-year reign to make company one of the foremost industrial giants. Goals are a Springmaid ad campaign and establishment of a selling ho

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posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 08:26 PM
Continuing ... The Torch passes to Hugh William Close

As a way to rebuff magazines which would not carry these ads, Elliot issues Clothes Make the Man, a compilation of some of his short stories, brief histories of Springs plants and other assorted literature. First printing of 100,000 sells out immediately, 40,000 more printed and there are still requests for this booklet. With such consumer endorsement, ad industry yields..

1946 - Elliot gains a son in law when daughter Anne marries Hugh "Bill" Close who will inherit company reins in 1959.

1946 - New York-based Springs Mills, Inc. is established as the textile-selling house for the Springs Cotton Mills.

broken up, see page for mnor details

1956 - Is first company to install computers and data processing department.
1958 - Springsteen Plant gets an additional 76,000 sq. feet for $3 million; will run high-grade pima.

1959 - Elliot dies. During his tenure he took a down-turn company in the Depression worth $7.25 million and turned it into a $104. 5 million empire; from 5,000 employees to 12,000; from 7,500 looms to 17,000; from 30,000 spindles to 836,000; and spent $95 million on expansion and modernization.

Upon the death of his father-in-law Elliott Springs, H.W. Close, 39, becomes president of The Springs Cotton Mills and Springs Mills, Inc. He builds a new generation of plants, broadens the product line, takes the company public, and tells the American textile story to a wide variety of audiences.

1960 - Springs becomes the world's largest supplier of sheets and pillow cases.

1961 - New cotton mill, Elliot Plant, is built. Is new type of facility with straight run-through production flow of goods from opening room to cloth room. Twin structure, Francis Plant, isbuilt beside it for Springmaid sheets and pillowcases. Total cost is $15 million.

1962 - Springs Mills, Inc. completes a 21-story office building in midtown New York. New location enables Springs to better attract buyers from department stores.
Always the innovative advertiser, Springs has its new Springcale sheets get an approval from J. Fred Muggs on one of the early Dave Garroway shows. - Courtesy The Springs Story

The first Draper shuttleless looms were installed at the Lancaster Plant in 1962. - Courtesy The Springs Story

1963 - Company observes 75th anniversary. Is the largest industrial taxpayer in SC; issues Story of Springs Cotton Mills booklet..

1963 - Consumer line expands into kitchen and bath domestics with the purchase of Morgan Jones and Scotland Mills in NC. Morgan Jones, est. 1872, has six plants for producing woven bedspreads, thermal blankets and kitchen cotton items.

This is a significant year as Springs, five years behind other textile firms, finally gives in to producing synthetic poly/cotton blends due the vast technological improvements. Uses Eastman's new Kodel IV 65% poly/35% cotton under the name Avanti. Grace Plant expands again for $7 million, making it the world's largest finishing plant.

1964 - Screen printing machines installed; begins joint overseas marketing programs.

1965 - Becomes first company to achieve an all-cotton permanent press fabric called Spring-set. However, as chemicals weaken fibers only made in heavier weight fabrics for slacks, sportswear and outwear. But can't compete with blends and eventually production is pulled. Acquires Carolina Carpets of York.

1966 -- Springs becomes a publicly traded company; stock sells within 24 hours. Gains financial clout as member of NY Stock Exchange. Now has 19 plants, 18,000 employees and textile sales of $250 million. Leroy Plant is first U.S. manufacturing plant designed to solely produce cotton/poly blends in broadcloth and batiste.

1968 - Kathleen plant construction begins along with other plant modernization. Fashion craze causes colored shirts to outsell white. Grace Plant runs 18 shirting colors in 50/50 blend.

1969 - Springs enters the knit fabric market with purch

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posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 08:30 PM
then Close dies.

1982 - The company is renamed Springs Industries, Inc. to reflect its diversity. $175 million spent to replace 6,600 older looms with 1,160 air jet weaving machines. Fort Mill, Gayle and Springsteen plants phased out.

1983 - Bill Close dies. Company acquires L&N Custom Designs which makes waterbed sheets, mattress covers and accessories.
New presidents Walter Elisha, shown with artist Georgia O'Keefe at a Springs-sponsored art show in 1983, and Paul Tippett who succeeded Elisha in 1985. - Courtesy The Springs Story

1985 - W. Paul Tippett, president of American Motors, is appointed Springs' seventh president. Due to consumer demand, sheet content changed to 60% cotton, 40% poly; Wamsutta remains no-iron cotton.

1985 - Springs Industries acquires Lowenstein Corporation for $286 million; purchase helps to make Springs one of the largest companies in the U.S. textile industry. Gains Wamsutta and Pacific brands and 93% interest in Clark & Schwebel Fiber Glass Corp, largest producer of woven fiber glass in the country. Adds 9,000 employees and brings plant total to 43.

Lowenstein, an old and respected manufacturer, deserves historical mention. See end of column for its story and the solution to the kettlecloth question.

1987 - Springs observes a year-long 100th anniversary by opening copper box time capsule from the cornerstone of the 100-year-old Fort Mill manufacturing facility and publishing The Springs Story which details history of the company to that date. Celebration coincides with company being chosen as the model mill by Textile World magazine.

1988 - Centennial Year ends with planting of 50-year time capsule under a marker in front of the Fort Mill executive office.

1988 - Springs continues to modernize with a $370 million latest technology program for facilities; restructures Finished Fabrics Group and closes Rock Hill and two other plants; acquires Andre Richard Co. and Uniglass Division of United Merchants and Manufacturers Co. for $68 million.

posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 10:26 PM
Can anyone on ATS confirm that this is a hoax? I mean, it's really out there...

How could a company of this nature escape the notice of almost all Americans?

- Boat

posted on Nov, 14 2008 @ 11:34 PM
Just a few things I found interesting:
1) On pg. 82 of the OP's original link, a paragraph ends with the phrase "under Dieu, Le Roi", which is French for "under God, the King."

2) Somewhere in that HUGE link, mention is made of tethered blimps being used for enhancing communication. There WAS a tethered blimp in St. Mary Parish, Louisiana (along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico)....highly visible. Local law enforcement said it was used to monitor drug smuggling...not sure if it's still there or not.

3) Somewhere else in that link, there's a letter to Mr. & Mrs. Curl, essentially telling them they have no rights to the property they purchased. If I understand the info in the link, it sounds like lots of property in the Southern US "belongs" to the railroad, unbeknownst to the buyers...."buyer beware", "caveat emptor," and all that....

Though the link has many mentions of the Carolinas, Georgia, Florida, & Alabama, I saw only one mention of Louisiana. Louisiana operates under Napoleonic Code...unique to all the USA. I'm REALLY simplifying this, but when you purchase something in Louisiana, the law under Napoleonic Code is pretty much "SELLER beware"...meaning, the seller is responsible for any funkiness or foolishness that goes on with a particular, merci beaucoup for that, Bonaparte. So, if you believe the OP, move to Louisiana...the economy is still good here, and man, do we know how to party!

(A little REAL American History...mais oui, I am French...Acadian (aka Cajun), to be exact, meaning my ancestors were driven out of Acadie by the English during the "Grande Derangement," boarding diseased ships headed for ??? Some settled along the East Coast, but culturally assimilated (for the most part) with English settlers, losing their Acadian cultural practices in the process.

Those who settled in Louisiana found that it was pretty much just them & the local native Americans, and they were held in about the same regard as "indentured servants" by the PTB at that time. French Acadian culture has been maintained to this day (my mother and father spoke only French as children...they learned English at school, but continued to speak French at home). )

posted on Nov, 15 2008 @ 04:42 AM
reply to post by Maxmars

I noticed the similarities to Atlas Shrugged immediately; the name Gaalt itself and the technology and railway connections. Interesting, especially given Ayn Rands alleged "Illuminati" connections!

posted on Nov, 15 2008 @ 03:28 PM

Originally posted by pillarofsalt
reply to post by Maxmars

I noticed the similarities to Atlas Shrugged immediately; the name Gaalt itself and the technology and railway connections. Interesting, especially given Ayn Rands alleged "Illuminati" connections!

Which came first though, Atlas Shrugged or the Registration of the name GAALT...???

posted on Nov, 15 2008 @ 03:52 PM

Originally posted by Boatphone
Can anyone on ATS confirm that this is a hoax? I mean, it's really out there...

How could a company of this nature escape the notice of almost all Americans?

- Boat

To the best of my knowledge this is NOT a hoax.

First you have to be familiar with the Book, "Holy Blood, Holy Grail". That book delves into the mysterious bloodline of the Merovingians, and their secret society connections going backl to the time Rome invaded Jerusalem.
The "Family" were ousted from Jerusalem and they claim the original lineage to King David. The Davidic Throne. The Lion of Judah. The lost kingdom of Zion. (Notice the Lion is always with Zion) (Reggae, Rastafarianism, Twelve Tribes, Anglo-Israelism, British Israelism, Mormonism, Masonry)

According to the books like Holy Blood, Holy Grail, Pandoras Box, Bloodline of the Grail, Grail Kings, etc. the family has been trying to regain the throne through intermarriage for the last 2000 years. The Rothschilds are one of the most important families, along with the Royalty of France, England (really Germany) and many other countries. Apparently, according to the story, the family 's last name going back to the 1700's was the "Payseurs", as in Lewis Cass Payseur. This family held the fortune and the knowledge of the Priory of Sion and the Alchemists, Rosicrucians, and Knowledge of the Library of Alexandria, (trans-continental flight, anti-gravity, etc.) -- They secretly lived in America and still do to this day.

The family of trustees, headed by Leroy Springs, the Springsteens, Springs Cotton Mills etc., stole / embezzeled the family's fortune and there is an ongoing dispute to this day about who owns what.

The Lady who wrote Pandoras Box, Rio Pheigh (Alex Christopher), has been in contact with the family of Donald Croom Beatty Jr. for a few years now. She claims he is a powerless old man who tries to intimidate people, but he is actually harmless. She also claims that she is the main one who did the research and contacted the family to inform them of their hidden and vast wealth. The tried and tried to get it back but to no avail.

When Josh posted those article titles on, he had no knowledge of the connection to the book Pandoras Box, although he owned it at the time.

The character Donald Croom Beatty contacted Josh threatening him if he did not remove the articles that named the telecom bill and eavesdropping apperatus, used by the phone companies AT & T etc.

Upon reviewing the contents of these two articles, Josh realixed this was all tied into the "Family" discussed in Pandoras Box. Josh then went on to look up details in Pandoras Box and found the page that shows the family tree and the current trustees and owners of the family corporation "United States of America" and all the railroads, corporations and land underneath.

Thew box that shows the family tree leaves out the main character but references him by initials, Donald C. (Blank) Jr. -- and the name on the threatening letter was form Donald Croom Beatty Jr.

This is where shock must have set into Josh's mind because this is where he found the connection between everything. The corporation was GAALT and there was plenty of information in the two articles to link everything together. Most of that information I would guess has already been posted on the pages on freedomdomain.

Years later Josh decided to upload the articles to his site along with the threatening letter, and then posted it on ATS for publicity. He also posted it to a few other conspiracy forums as well.

This is where things stand today.

I believe that when the OP went live on ATS that the company has removed their website entirely. Now it appears it has been put back up.

There was much speculation that since the website was removed the whole thing was a sham or a hoax but now that the website is back up, this will be interesting to find out if we can get more info on this.

posted on Nov, 15 2008 @ 04:07 PM
It seems like Quebecor and Videotron have very HIGH contacts to get awards like these. They appear to be VERY HIGH UP in the chain. How do ordinary companies get this far?

Quebecor launching new cellphone network

Quebecor Inc. CEO Pierre Karl Péladeau says his company is making good on a promise it delivered in spring 2007 to launch a new cellphone network. (Ian Barrett/Canadian Press)

Quebec residents will have another cellphone provider to choose from in 12 to 18 months, when Quebecor Inc. launches a wireless network to compete with incumbents Bell, Rogers and Telus.

The Montreal-based company announced on Wednesday that it plans to spend between $800 million to $1 billion, which includes the $554 million it paid to acquire wireless spectrum last summer, over four years to build its network, which will offer services through its Vidéotron subsidiary.

The network will use high-speed packet access (HSPA) technology, a derivative of the global system for mobile communications (GSM) standard, and will be built by Nokia Siemens Networks.

"This project is of more than technical interest. It is a watershed event in the history of Quebecor Media and Vidéotron," said Pierre Karl Péladeau, Quebecor's chief executive, in a statement. "What we are announcing is not just the building of a new telecommunications network.… We are laying the foundations of a new business model for Quebecor Media and all its subsidiaries.”

The company did not announce pricing details, but Vidéotron president Robert Dépatie said services will be low cost and include high-speed data. Vidéotron intends to offer wireless internet speeds of up to three megabits per second, which will help it deliver a converged media strategy.

"Our intention is to come up with a very simple plan. We will be very aggressive on price," he told "Our plan is obviously based on voice but our plan is also about convergence of technology... We're going to focus a lot on data, on content and on advanced services. There's no doubt that will be one of our biggest strategies."
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Dépatie also said the company's rollout plan, which will create 1,000 new jobs, is provincewide and will not be limited to big cities.

Quebecor currently offers wireless services to Vidéotron customers by reselling airtime it purchases from Rogers Communications Inc. Dépatie said those customers will be moved onto the new network when it is built at no charge to them.
New spectrum, new competitors

Quebecor was one of the big winners in the federal government's spectrum auction, which raised more than $4.2 billion for the public purse over the summer. The auction was conducted with special rules in place for new entrants after the government concluded last year that the Canadian wireless industry was uncompetitive and rife with high prices and poor service.

One of the auction's other big winners, Toronto-based Globalive Communications Inc. — which operates the Yak brand of long-distance calling and internet services — announced in September that it planned to launch a national network in the second half of 2009.

Globalive and Quebecor were lively opponents in the auction, bidding fiercely for spectrum licences in Quebec. Quebecor ended up shutting out Globalive, which will have a hole in its national coverage unless it can strike a deal with the company.

Other big auction winners included Bragg Communications Inc., which runs Maritimes cable provider Eastlink, Calgary-based Shaw Communications Inc., and Toronto-based Data & Audio-Visual Enterprises, a company set up by local entrepreneur John Bitove.

None of those companies has announced wireless plans, and spokespeople for Shaw and DAVE not be reached for comment on Wednesday. A spokesperson for Bragg said the company had nothing new to announce, but is planning to go public with its wireless plans in about six to eight weeks.

posted on Nov, 15 2008 @ 04:11 PM
More on Videotron (The last paragraph is particularly interesting.)

Videotron Integrates CF Cable TV
Business Wire, August 22, 1997

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MONTREAL--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 22, 1997--VIDEOTRON (ME;TSE VDO) "We have been waiting a long time to integrate CF Cable TV and its subsidiaries within Videotron. Starting today, we can begin to implement our business plans and take advantage of the strategic benefits provided by the CF Cable TV operations, especially in the Greater Montreal region." said Mr. Claude Chagnon, President and Chief Operating Officer of Groupe Videotron, as he commented the CRTC decision allowing Le Groupe Videotron ltee to exercise control of CF Cable TV, acquired in May 1996. The CRTC decision follows the regulator's approval of the sale of CFCF-TV to a consortium formed by WIC and the Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec as well as the sale of TQS to a consortium in which Quebecor is the main player.

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"Together with the teams from CF Cable, we can now offer a broader range of communications services in an area encompassing 1.4 million homes, or 75 percent of the cable television subscribers in Quebec," said Mr. Chagnon. "But beyond the addition of a large base of subscribers to our operations, we wish to welcome CF Cable employees and subscribers who are joining Videotron. I would like to assure CF Cable subscribers that our objective is to meet their expectations and that, as we do for Videotron subscribers in Quebec and Alberta, we will offer services and programming that takes into account their cultural and entertainment preferences."

Mr. Chagnon reiterated the company's intention to support the new program grid unveiled by CF Cable and to "begin implementing one of our undertakings to Videotron subscribers bordering CF Cable territories such as NDG, Cote St-Luc, Montreal West and Ville St- Pierre by providing them with access to cable programming that better meets their entertainment preferences, namely CF Cable programming." It should be recalled that, following a CRTC decision last February, Groupe Videotron could not exercise control over CF Cable TV and its subsidiaries until after it had sold CFCF-TV and TQS and until after the new owners had obtained approvals for the transfers of their broadcasting licenses.

On the other hand, Groupe Videotron regrets that the CRTC did not allowed to take over Reseau de televison Quatre Saisons (RTQS) which holds a 20 percent interest in Canal Indigo. Groupe Videotron will abide by the decision and initiate the sale of this undertaking to a third party.

Le Groupe Videotron ltee is an international communications company. It has several subsidiaries in Canada, in cable television, telecommunications, television broadcasting and in the development of interactive multimedia services. It owns a private cable television and telephony operation and wireless cable systems in the United States. Its technological know-how acquired with the Videoway multimedia system and its UK integrated cable/telephony experience enables it to play a leading role in the development of the information highway.

CONTACT: Le Groupe Videotron Ltee

Sylvia Morin, 514/ 985-8573

514/ 985-8425 (FAX)

COPYRIGHT 1997 Business Wire
COPYRIGHT 2008 Gale, Cengage Learning

posted on Nov, 15 2008 @ 04:15 PM
Apparently, Quebecor is one of the BIGGEST in Canada and Internationally as well.

Media Cross-Ownership in Canada
1. Views expressed in Canada

by Marie-Hélène Lavoie

* The economic theme

* Socio-political theme

* Journalistic theme

Until very recently, cross-ownership was a fairly specialized aspect of the concern over concentration in the media, but it has taken centre stage in Canada in recent months as the result of three major deals: the purchase of Hollinger daily newspapers by CanWest, owner of Global Television Network; the alliance between the Thomson group, owner of the Globe and Mail, and BCE, the new owner of the CTV network; and, finally, the acquisition of the Vidéotron group (TVA) by Quebecor.

Within a matter of a few months, following the merger of AOL and Time Warner, the Canadian media industry has undergone a profound transformation. Considering the scope of these changes in ownership and the little-known effects of creating very large groups in the print media, television, the Internet and, in two cases, also in the distribution sector (BCE and Quebecor-Vidéotron), very little public commentary has been made. Each deal did give rise to a number of articles, to be sure, but a good many of these simply reported the financial aspects and described the euphoria in business circles in response to these major business transactions. The wave of "convergence" therefore proceeded without provoking much discussion, analysis or questioning.

Be that as it may, a systematic reading of the articles printed over the year in the National Post, the Toronto Star, the Globe and Mail, La Presse and Le Devoir does however reveal some views on cross-ownership. We have divided these views into three themes: economic, socio-political and journalistic, the latter two being intimately related.

1.1 The economic theme

Discussion of economic aspects predominated in the coverage of the big media deals. This is not surprising since these deals primarily involved changes in businesses. Beyond purely financial considerations, the economic commentaries and analyses dealt especially with the soundness of the shift toward convergence and vertical integration in the media, and with the Canadian media system in the context of globalization.

Barely three years ago, most Canadian media leaders could not see what role the Internet could play in the entertainment industries. Professor and journalist Matthew Fraser remarks on how one of them had said at that time, "The Internet is a good place to buy a shirt - but it will never be an entertainment medium." The major players in the American industry have invested in this new medium in recent years and have made it a central element of their media convergence strategy. The acquisition of the venerable Time Warner by newcomer America Online in January 2000 apparently sent a message about convergence to Canadian firms.

Thus BCE, which until recently was not interested in television or "content" now preaches the virtues of convergence. At its appearance before the CRTC during the review of its acquisition of CTV, last September, the group's president, Jean Monty, stated that BCE must from now on base its strategy on the three c's, namely, "connectivity, content, and commerce." Bell Canada provides "connectivity," CTV, the Globe and Mail and specialized channels provide the "content," and Sympatico delivers electronic commerce.

This very broad vision of convergence, including both the medium and the message, a now familiar equation, was also adopted by Quebecor, in partnership with the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec. By purchasing Vidéotron, Quebecor acquired control over the prime television network in Quebec, TVA, and equally over a large cable distribution firm that includes Internet access infrastructure, the "key strategic component" Quebecor was missing, as Pierre-Karl Péladeau noted in

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posted on Nov, 15 2008 @ 04:47 PM
Allright is another conspiracy for me to figure this one out. PLEASE --

This GAALT Thread has been played with HEAVILY, and even Censored perhaps, who knows???

Maybe i'm hallucinating or something???

Check this out!!!

All the threads were originally posted on 4-12-08 . Proof of this is the fact that along with the posts, someone re-registered the name GAALT on the internet who is. This happened on 4-13-08

The threads run along this timeline for some time. Page 1, Page 2, and Page 3 are all on 4-12-08, 4-13-08, 4-14, then Page 4 contains posts from 4-14 and 4-17-08,


"posted on 3-10-2008 @ 03:03 PM single this post "quote"REPLY TO:

hi guys,
i really need to be kept anonomous on this one.
a few years back, i was heavily involved with gaalt industries and don beatty, jr. iwas heavily involved with one of gaalt industries spin-off companies that was responsible for developing the ill-fated cyberclinic.
i worked on developing a financing package presentation that was to finance the manufacture of the cyberclinics. i also provided a lot of input for the cyberclinic financing/budget manual. contrary to some information i've seen, the cyberclinic was a damn good idea. it's method of manufacture and field assembbly was really pretty basic. and the operation and function of cyberclinic was really well thought out by dr. hugh maguire. the cyberclinic was to have been been connected together by it's own private computer network.

back to don beatty. he has a military background that took him heavily in surveilence work. hence the reason for many of his devices. i'd really like to be able to tell you the reason for a lot

as in beginning, please keep this information anonomous.
just from someone who was inside gaalt industries for a few years."

NEXT...., the posts are all from 3-10-08

and then, therre are NO POSTS on page 4 until my first post about conxposer being kicked off ATS. Date of posts says 4-10-08 (HOW CAN THAT BE?)

Next.....the post on Page 5 says 10-27-08 and is talks about freedomdomain being OFFLINE.

What happened here??? Can anyone explain this to me? The lapse of dates and it all started with this anonymous poster who worked for GAALT ???

posted on Nov, 15 2008 @ 05:45 PM
another point which is interesting is that the person who re-registered GAALT recently, put the same information back up about the company, Which leads me to believe that they are involved with the company in some way.

Any thoughts?

posted on Nov, 15 2008 @ 08:19 PM
I'm wonderiing if the person who worked for GAALT and posted here on ATS also WORKS FOR ATS ???

If not, then how come all the posts are altered in their posting time sequence starting with the anonymous poster through my first post?

Who could have altered the time stamps or changed the post order or altered the posts in any way, unless the ATS system was hacked, and why would someone from the outside, who is not involved in this do this to the arrangement?

Who's interest is this in for this to be done?

I would assume GAALT would have done this, but the remaining question is, was it done from someone in ATS or was ATS hacked by a GAALT character?

and if so, for what reason?

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posted on Nov, 19 2008 @ 01:51 PM
I am putting out a call here for anyone who worked for GAALT or Donald Croom Beatty JR. to come forth and testify here to what they know.
If you have any experience with this company or person please describe it here.

posted on Dec, 3 2008 @ 03:18 PM
Well, we can now add the movie "Bloodline" to the puzzle as well.

What is ultimately revealed is that the Catholic Church at the highest level is ACTUALLY the Priory of Sion.
Thats because the Morovingian bloodline usurped the Catholic Church n the 15 or 1600's.

Since we can see now that the bloodline is trying desperately to get their message out, I wonder how much influence they have at ATS, and with the company GAALT ???

My main questions are : If the bloodline is of (some say) Reptilian heritage, then how could they not stop the Sprigsteens from embezzeling their assets?

Reptilian stuff aside, Are the Payseurs still involved and to what degree?

Do the Beattys and the Close Family work together at this time? How well connected are they?

The Springs company is Worldwide and BIG. The Beattys no longer appear to be that powerful. Is this by design and intentional?

Davinci Code Decoded -

This guy has tons of stuff here on the Bloodline Family throughout history.

Anyone else seen this or studying this connection?

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