It's odd that when someone claims hoax and you ask for the reasons why this is, you get hit with a "do your OWN research" rebuff. I mean...I
thought we were supposed to PROVIDE the evidence of any claims made here to some extent. Especially if someone has clearly proven this man to be a
I see that he is certainly a bit nutty, and definitely trying to make money from his claimed abilities but what makes him any more dangerous or
outrageous than any other person claiming similar abilities and or contacts with ET's.
Billy Meier for example has made similar (and even more outrageous) claims and provided his OWN photographic evidence which was so ridiculous it is
laughable. I've seen photos taken from books and television sets he used to show himself in contact with aliens and having even time traveled. There
is the "Marduk" guy that shows photos that I can create in 10 minutes or less using Photoshop (I actually did in one thread) that are claimed to be
alien politicians among other things. We have the Raelian cult that I don't want to even get into.
Prophet Yahweh hasn't so far gotten nearly half the success, recognition or support that those hoaxers have received. None of them have even gotten a
news crew to video the proof for them like Prophet Yahweh has. Yet I have come across multiple sites attacking him personally.
What makes him so dangerous that he must be stopped?
I can take his claims with a grain of salt like any other fraud...if he is one.
Why is there so much outrage over this man? Hell...apparently some of his stunts even backfired. This still does not make him a hoax, it could mean
his attempt just didn't work. Unless of course he is just insane and wanted to make a fool of himself publicly there would be no reason to attempt
such a thing with a wide audience unless you actually believed it would work.
He could simply be schizophrenic...but again that doesn't mean his claims aren't actually valid.
Originally posted by GUNSINWAR
Prophet Yahweh did the youth initiative program, developed an interest in weather balloons in early 97'
That doesn't even remotely look like Prophet Yahweh.
You can't claim any bearded black man in a turban is every bearded black man in a turban.
Again since we are told to do so I am researching this myself. That photo seems to come from this site:
The site states:
Working with staff and volunteer mentors (professionals and students from Harvard, MIT, and Wellesley), participants built
scientific instruments using LEGO, Crickets (microcomputers developed at the MIT Media Lab), motors, sensors, and various other building and art
I don't believe this guy fits the description of those who worked on the project. By his own admission he was in and out of jail or on drugs
throughout his early adult life. I seriously doubt he was in contact with MIT, Havard, and Wellesley or was a student or professor there.
From his writings I can see that he is bigoted in terms of his religious views. He is homophobic in spite of having homosexual affairs himself early
in his life. He seems to be slightly delusional and extremely paranoid based on some of his claims that he cannot substantiate have actually happened
and the "voices" he claims to hear.
Yet still...there doesn't appear to be any proof that these are balloons or that he is releasing them.
Does anyone have anything that can connect him to the Beyond Black Boxes project and the creation of scientific instruments as well as weather balloon
for those experiments?
I may try and email the author of the site, to find out more regarding who that man is but from the looks of it, that is not Prophet Yahweh. I could
be wrong but I doubt I am.
He is definitely a weirdo but I am not sold on the hoax part just yet.