posted on Oct, 6 2008 @ 08:50 PM
Anyone know the saying "Its says so on the internet so it must be true". This saying speakes really true for Blossom "take all your money"
Her agenda is pretty clear, she has several books talking about the galctic federation crap and a website that has had taken more hits in the last
month than a veteran boxer has in an entire career. Purpose: Money and popularity. Nothing gives you more attention than spreading an outrageous lie
like this one. Pretty clever for this "self- appointed psychic (psycho) who has been convicted of fraud?
Wanna hear blossom talk live about sending out love and this galcactic federation crap...well you can, just dont forget to bring your money for this
Just a question to the ATS'ers that heave been around for the last year at leat. How many times have we seen people get really worked up about these
alien (and alien disclosure) prophecies, only for them to not occur?
The answer for you newer and more gullible members is never.
Im not asking you to change your opinions, like you would anyway, but just exercise caution with liars like Blossom. I seriously hope none of you have
bought any of her books or attended her forums. So dont be too dissapointed (or surprised) when nothing happens on the 14th of October in Alabama, and
then wait for her reasons why aliens never showed
And if people I wondering, yes I do believe that intelligent life may have visited earth, but this lady does a huge disservice to the credibility of
anyone that has seen or researched UFO's and alien encounters. If I wrong and by some miraculous, minute possibility, that this event does
occur.....and I sort of hope in a way it does....then I will gladly eat the proverbial humble pie, but seriously how can you guys be so trustworthy of
someone charged with fraud.
Wake up people!!!
[edit on 6/10/2008 by OzWeatherman]