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Project Camelot Interviews George Green (underground facilities/disks/pleiadieans)

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posted on Apr, 18 2008 @ 03:14 PM
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George Green: Messages for the Ground Crew Part 1 and 2

Spokane, Washington, April 2008

"George Green's career extends from military service in the USAF (where he encountered alien disk craft in a remote hanger at Edwards AFB), through "playing monopoly" in corporate banking and large-scale construction, to working closely with the Pleiadians and other benevolent intelligences to "wake people up" in preparation for coming changes.

Very few people we have talked to have a span of personal experience - and contacts - which is this broad. As George describes, he "used to run around with the big boys". He was asked to build an enemy prisoner-of-war camp in downtown Las Vegas - he refused - and was asked to be Finance Chairman for the Carter administration, but declined after it became clear to him that the ethics of many of the senior players were heavily compromised.

Shortly after he turned down the offer, his loans were called in and he lost many millions of dollars as finance was removed from dozens of major construction projects. Undeterred, George rebuilt his world and is in direct contact with Pleiadian intelligences and other beings. He has devoted his life to spreading the word that all is not as it seems. His very important free e-book, Handbook for the New Paradigm, has been read by millions all over the world. George is a delight to listen to: relaxed, friendly and humorous. He has an extremely serious message: there is very little time left in which to prepare. Telling us that his "sources" are informing him that too few people are "waking up" and that it is almost too late, his own bags are packed and he is about to relocate to Ecuador where he says that many "insiders" have bought real estate and have already left the United States.

When asked when we might expect major changes to occur, his response is to look at his watch. "The moment we launch a strike against Iran is the moment no longer to be in the US," George says. "Pretty soon we'll be waking up one Monday morning to find that the world is no longer the same."




posted on Apr, 19 2008 @ 01:43 PM
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Man I just don't know about this guy. He's got some pretty deep ideas, but anyone who is in with Billy Meier and says he's in direct contact with a Christ figure....well, that's pretty far out there for me. As for his other experiences, it was well wort the watch. Projectcamelot has done some great work.



posted on Apr, 19 2008 @ 02:01 PM
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I can't stand listening to the Project Camelot interviews, the girl that usually does it tries to finish off the tail end of the conversation all the time, throwing in idea about what she wants to hear, and linking all the interviews stories together, it's painful to sit through and unless your into star trek style technobabble stay well clear of the Dan Burisch interviews.



posted on Apr, 19 2008 @ 02:47 PM
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As far as Project Camelot stands with me.. it's pretty much a load of Bullsh*t.

Don't get duped into believing people that "claim they know" without any physical proof. It's better to stay true with yourself then get yourself lost in another conspiracy.



posted on Apr, 20 2008 @ 08:11 PM
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Originally posted by Masisoar
As far as Project Camelot stands with me.. it's pretty much a load of Bullsh*t.

Don't get duped into believing people that "claim they know" without any physical proof. It's better to stay true with yourself then get yourself lost in another conspiracy.


What if you see many conspiracies spiraled into one...?

(A simple question I ask... One line, I know, but that is all I want to ask.)



posted on Apr, 20 2008 @ 08:56 PM
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I like project camelot very much and although the authenticity is hard to prove they are trying hard to get the truth out there.

George Green started of ranting about having to build a concrete dome home and it's the only thing that will withstand 345 mile/per hour winds that are coming ....... and then later in the interview he said how he is going to rent a condo in Ecuador ... don't buy just rent? What happened to your dome home George? Who was the christ being you're in touch with?

His story doesn't add up ..... if he was so concerned about his welfare he would be building the dome home which he proclaims is the only thing that will save your ass!

He never let them ask a direct question either he kept having to jump ahead and tell them this first and that first.....

Disappointed ......




posted on Apr, 20 2008 @ 09:37 PM
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Hi I saw the interview yesterday.

A lot of things this man said seem to be in accordance with the opinion of many conspiracy experts on what is going to happen in the next few years.

But on the other hand, many things seemed product of his imagination. I cannot trust a man that ripped off Billy Meier, not that I respect Meier, but being almost certain that Meier is a con man, there is no credibility in someone that went even lower.

The whole pleiadian story is just bunk as far as I`m concerned, I remember Meier speaking about the pleiadian girl Semjase, and this guy also says that he is in contact with her, if I`m not mistaken the pictures of Semjase that Meier showed came from TV.

Then there is the thing about Christ, first he said that he never existed, then he contradicts himself and says that first the "Christ spirit" is another pleyadian, and second that he is also in contact with "him".

His comments about Ecuador are off as well, Ecuador is not some kind of Isle of Peace in South America as he said, the new Ecuadorian government hates Americans, and I doubt that the new socialist centrally planned economy would have him as an advisor.

Nothing personal against him, everyone has the right to speak their mind, but my comment to the people of Project Camelot, (I really respect and admire their work) specially the lovely Kerry is to make a little more research and don`t give free publicity to people like this Green guy, Wilcock, Boriska, or Leo Zagami, amongst other colorful characters.

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posted on Apr, 20 2008 @ 10:48 PM
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I love the Project Camelot videos more than most I'm sure. Wilcock and Hoagland were my faves so far.Green,even if I don't swallow his whole story is still very thought provoking and offers more pieces in the puzzle,which for me is the payoff. The funniest thing is his IGLOO-looking houses which are an abortion and will never sell in any real estate market until the winds actually do hit 100 mph sustained for weeks.Not likely.The survivalist mentality attracts strange birds.Red Flag. I've spent hours watching the Camelot videos and am a big fan of the quest for first hand accounts,not just annoying sound bites.I like the long form. I like the interchange of the interviewers with the guest.It's productive in the long run,even if occasionally interupting. I like watching the change/reaction in the guest's face when put on the spot. I'm just glad i have some background with conspiracy theorists,or I'd miss a lot of references and conspiracy shorthand talking....if I wasn't familiar with their assumptions. It requires active watching rather than passive TV style acceptance of whatever is presented.
This is a Mars orbiter shot.



posted on Apr, 21 2008 @ 12:12 AM
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Originally posted by Smugallo
I can't stand listening to the Project Camelot interviews, the girl that usually does it tries to finish off the tail end of the conversation all the time, throwing in idea about what she wants to hear, and linking all the interviews stories together, it's painful to sit through and unless your into star trek style technobabble stay well clear of the Dan Burisch interviews.


Hang on, isn't it supposed to be a good thing that Kerry tries to link everything together - after all, isn't that what we are all trying to do - make sense of it all and tie everything together to make sense of the bigger picture? Well that's what I'm doing, so I'm glad that Kerry does that too, it means we are both on the same page when it comes to searching for answers.

And what if Dan Burisch is the real deal? That all his Star Trek technobabble is true? A lot of the Star Trek stuff has come true in our lifetimes, so who's to say it isn't true? The looking glass stuff etc.

It may be painful for you to sit through, but it's utterly fascinating to me. Different strokes for different folks, eh!




posted on Apr, 21 2008 @ 08:42 AM
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Too true! Different strokes for different folks!


Some guys I know love it also and gobble up every last bit of info from the site - but they maybe getting led astray, not all of them can be telling the truth and I'm pretty sure there will be a huge list of contradictions in the whole picture; what they will try and do is link all the parts that they know link up and it'll just end up a mess with a million or so loose ends.

If your bored of Stargate or whatever sci-fi shows you dig, then this place is your next best stop - lap it up by all means, but if your searching for the truth then this isn't the best place to start in my opinion.

Gary Mckinnon seems to be the only one with a story with any substance, the fact he is maybe going to jail for it says it all, but even at that he still could have conjured up the part about non-terrestrial officers for all we know - what does he have to lose!

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posted on Apr, 21 2008 @ 08:50 AM
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The whole project Camelot thing has been shown to be complete and utter bunk, only appealing to those that have an overwhelming desire to believe in the absurd while ignoring common sense, reason and logic.

Check this site if you want the truth about project Camelot....www.realityuncovered.com

Anyone with half a brain would not give this subject the time of day. And those that are propagating these shenanigans should be notified that the game is up...the only thing those idiots are doing (and those that entertain this idea without actually investigating it or following common sense) is harming ufology and ensuring that it is not ever going to go mainstream.

Thanks, project Camelot, for making those of us with a brain and that are interested in Ufology to be complete morons to the real world. Your contribution to Ufology has done wonders........



posted on Apr, 21 2008 @ 09:37 AM
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I'm glad there's something like Camelot productions out there because it allows us to actually see and determine for ourselves if those controversial individuals in the UFO field at least appear to be telling the truth, as they know it. A lot can be gleaned by just watching people talk on video's where we can intuit for ourselves if they are giving off the wrong vibes that would indicate whether or not if they are intentionally trying to con us with their AMAZING stories.

The vast majority of those interviewed on Camelot come across as sincere, lucid and intelligent people who are simply telling us about their experiences and their insights including those MESSAGES they are attempting to convey to the general public as a result of what they claim to KNOW.

This said though, it should be noted that most of those interviewed on Camelot are former military people or those who worked or still work in some capacity for the government. So this, right off the bat, should raise up RED FLAGS big time because there's an abundant amount of information out there which supports the view that the military has in fact been involved in a dis-information campaign in the UFO community for many, many years now.

We can't rule out that somehow, someway, these individuals have been fed dis-information through one channel or another though all of them seem to be oblivious of that fact -- hence why they seem so sincere and honest when trying to swing us over to their point of view on things.

So in this sense, they are only telling the truth, as they know it but at least we are getting some idea on what that information is that covert intelligence groups are trying to propagate in order to hide and detract us from THE REAL STORY.

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posted on Apr, 21 2008 @ 10:25 AM
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One other thing we should remember too is that the UFO community is a small one but this is not to say that such covert intelligence groups do not also spin their message of deception on a much broader scale by financing Hollywood production companies to pump out sci-fi movies and games on a regular and continuous basis -- and on a colossal scale -- where now we've got a whole generation of those who grew up on this stuff who have been at least subliminally "conditioned" to believe that we are being visited by EBiologicalE's from far off galaxies in our universe! Hence why we are seeing so many here in forums like this who believe that physical flesh and blood aliens are actually already here including their amazing flying machines!

That so many out there, especially in the UFO community, are convinced that we are being visited by physical and biological beings like this speaks volumes on just how effective those covert intelligence groups have been in their on-going dis-information campaign. A dis-information campaign that's so pervasive, even major advertising agencies have bought into it where they too are being financed by such groups to perpetrate such untruths, at least indirectly, by having cute aliens in their commercials and advertisements shown on TV and in our magazines.

If only some of you could begin to see through the crap, we may have a chance to penetrate beyond the myth to get to the core where there's some semblance of truth. But it's looking like too many out there are too fantasy prone, thanks to Hollywood, to get past the part that says "A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away...."

Please, oh, please... anyone got an Advil around here??



posted on Apr, 21 2008 @ 04:27 PM
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Originally posted by Smugallo
Gary Mckinnon seems to be the only one with a story with any substance, the fact he is maybe going to jail for it says it all, but even at that he still could have conjured up the part about non-terrestrial officers for all we know - what does he have to lose!


Any shred of credibility...? I think Gary is telling the truth. I could go more into it here, but I have posted many of my thoughts here (there's a better rant somewhere, but I'm still looking for it):

www.abovetopsecret.com...

I thank him for doing a job that should be part of our governmental structure. I also propose that we set up a government that requires all elected federal officials to wear camera and sound, 24/7 (with very limited privacy in bathrooms and bedrooms, but we have to see who is in the very close proximity) as a part of their sacrifice for their country. All this information should be on public access.

If they can watch us, we must also watch them. I think we should do it. It affords eternal vigilance, after all.

Maybe their salary can be given as donation on the voluntary tax form...

Maybe some other changes as well.



posted on Apr, 22 2008 @ 12:13 AM
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That's a harsh, unfair and ignorant viewpoint. The only "reality uncovered" at realityuncovered dot com is the perpetual back-patting of the Serpo debacle. To tar Project Camelot with the same brush is (to use your words) foolish and idiotic.

If you had half a brain (using your words again), you would see some people on Camelot well worth the time and consideration, Richard Hoagland for instance. Great interview there.



posted on Apr, 22 2008 @ 09:47 AM
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Wow! Hoagland talks like he knows what he is talking about - fortunately most people can see him for what he really is: another guy out to make a buck.

Oh, and Amaterasu for the record I believe the bulk of Gary McKinnons story as well, all I was trying to state that he could have made that part up, as he was going to be prosecuted for hacking into NASA, he could tell any fairytale and lend it a bit of credibility, thats all.




posted on Apr, 22 2008 @ 01:14 PM
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Alot of what he says is backed up by various other people aswell as different ET contactees, whether you believe these is of your own choice and will obviously effect your perception of this information, be it bogus or not. Billy Meier being an obvious example here, he's had alot of persecution over the years and its understandable why he became a recluse. I for one believe Billy Meier and so this I can accept quite openely, I can understand other people find it harder.

"where now we've got a whole generation of those who grew up on this stuff who have been at least subliminally "conditioned" to believe that we are being visited by EBiologicalE's from far off galaxies in our universe! Hence why we are seeing so many here in forums like this who believe that physical flesh and blood aliens are actually already here including their amazing flying machines!"

Palasheea, how can you be so sure it's not you that has been conditioned to NOT believe in these phenomena? You seemed quick to dismiss people who claim to have seen these as delusional, so I'm just wondering how your so sure it isn't you that has been 'programmed'. Also though I'd point out, most accounts I've read they come from different constellations and not galaxies, although I'm sure they're just as possible.

"The whole project Camelot thing has been shown to be complete and utter bunk, only appealing to those that have an overwhelming desire to believe in the absurd while ignoring common sense, reason and logic."

IgnoreTheFacts, anyone with common sense, reason and logic would have accepted the possibilites a long time ago and not scoff at the mere suggestions, no matter whether they can be proven or not, accepting the possibility without believing in it isn't so hard?

"Don't get duped into believing people that "claim they know" without any physical proof. It's better to stay true with yourself then get yourself lost in another conspiracy."

Masisoar, what if physical proof can't be provided? I'm sure you don't live your entire life only believing what you can see and touch.

Thanks. EMM


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posted on Apr, 22 2008 @ 02:12 PM
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Originally posted by Smugallo
Oh, and Amaterasu for the record I believe the bulk of Gary McKinnons story as well, all I was trying to state that he could have made that part up, as he was going to be prosecuted for hacking into NASA, he could tell any fairytale and lend it a bit of credibility, thats all.


I suppose, but what I took to be key was the fact that he practically brushed off the anti-grav and other things, but his passion was easy to spot about free energy. Much of that passion, I strongly suspect, wound up on the cutting room floor.

Since money, in the final analysis, boils down to a representation of an exchange of energy, which we need to account for, given that energy is currently a finite quantity (at least in terms of what we can economically extract using classical physics methods), the introduction of free energy will, after a transition phase, end in the elimination of money, and - combined with our every increasing command of technology - will bring everyone's standard of living up to that of our beloved [sarcasm] Elite.

So it is little wonder Mr. McKinnon is excited by that.



posted on Apr, 27 2008 @ 05:42 PM
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Originally posted by IgnoreTheFacts
The whole project Camelot thing has been shown to be complete and utter bunk, only appealing to those that have an overwhelming desire to believe in the absurd while ignoring common sense, reason and logic.

Check this site if you want the truth about project Camelot....www.realityuncovered.com



Watch out for the words "complete and utter". I don't know if everything is true what all these interviewees talk about. Yes , a lot of it sounds like SF.

But, in the 20 or so years that i studied meditiation and dreams end exercised different types of disciplines to work on my consciousness, I can see a lot of different and sometimes strange effects.
Some of which are:
Seeing energy leaving a dying person.
Light spheres traveling through my room.
Countless lucid dreams with better quality than the best SF.
Supporting my body with simple energy exercises.
Experiencing socalled OBE's
Having a better live in general.
Not fearing death.

I could not have guessed that I would experience this and it gave me a total new outlook on live. I am not religious and constantly try to explain what i experience and I constantly fail at that. It is a mystery what I am exactly or what you are, but I notice that I at least can work with the notion that I am energy and changeable.
Can I proof this. No, it is my live, it is a subjective experience, I can't do a "double blind" experiment.

So who am I or you to say that this is all total bunk. To my surprise a lot of people are saying the same thing. That makes it at least something to be aware off. And that is what Camelot does.

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posted on May, 3 2008 @ 11:40 AM
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Hey guys,

Any thoughts on this? On the youtube link

www.youtube.com...

at 29:25 he said he has been told that stars that "are strobing red, blue & green, those are all space craft." (on a clear night)

Do you think that this corroborates what John Lenard Walson is video recording, or is it that George Green has heard about John's videos and making out as if he has heard this from another source??



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