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Originally posted by Spooky Fox Mulder
Originally posted by broli
Do you know anything about her career background?
Has anyone noticed her Wikipedia article got deleted? You can still read a tiny bit about it if you Google search her:
Blossom Goodchild - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia -
Blossom Goodchild is an Australian actress and self-professed medium (with no substantial proof of her asserted abilities) who claims to have begun ...
Link to deleted Wiki article: en.wikipedia.org...
This raises two possibilities:
1) Blossom Goodchild really IS a media, the GFL starships will arrive on October the 14th as she predicted and the deleted Wikipedia article shows that the Government tried to ridicule her and stamp her as a fraud.
2) Blossom Goodchild is an actress and this whole thing is a new lonelygirl15 scam.
...or a new kind of Blair Witch Project?
Blossom Goodchild is an Australian actress and self-professed medium (with no substantial proof of her asserted abilities) who claims to have begun channelling a Native American spirit named "White Cloud" in 1991. She gained international notoriety for supposedly channelling a message from cosmic beings known as The Federation of Light on August 1, 2008 that an extraterrestrial spacecraft would be visible for three days beginning on October 14, 2008 "in such a way as to prove to us the existence of other life forms in the Universe". The message includes the remark, "We wish it to be understood that on the 14th day of your month of October in the year 2008 a craft of great size shall be visible within your skies. It shall be in the south of your hemisphere and it shall scan over many of your states. We give to you the name of Alabama." Goodchild's message spread rapidly across the Internet via video and audio recordings on YouTube and as a topic of discussion on blog sites devoted to discussions of extraterrestrial life during the months of August and September, 2008. It has also received attention and ridicule in the international press. This rare and specific prediction offers an opportunity to perform an empirical test of channelling, although the rational community has dismissed her claims as having the characteristics of a form of undercover marketing designed to sell New Age products and services. It also provides an example of the globalization of online news media as the contents of blog sites become "newsworthy" and op-ed pieces in local papers are read and commented upon by members of a global audience