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Originally posted by Belmont1000
reply to post by Whisper67
Finally, all the skeptics and nuts who said Maximillien de Lafayette does not exist, should learn by know that HE DOES! De Lafayette was on the History Channel for the UFO HUNTER TV SHOW hosted by Bill Birns, the editor-in-chief and publisher of UFO Magazine, on Wednesday April 8, 2009.
Burns was amazed by Lafayette’s knowledge and expertise, He said it on the air! And he quoted Lafayette many times.
Lafayette is exceptional and prolific. Because he has written 250 books in 24 languages (Yes he does speak 14 languages), 15 dictionaries on Sumerian, Akkadian, Phoenician, Latin, Greek, Assyrian, etc… and 50 books on UFOs, Anunnaki and extraterrestrials, some people believed that such a person could not exist. They said that a computer publishing company with a sophisticated program is putting out all these books. How ignorant they are!
De Lafayette is a real person. And an amazing personality.
On TV, he appeared POWERFUL! AN EXPERT! WELL-SPOKEN and AUTHORITATIVE. He told the audience something no other ufologist has ever said or knew! He spoke about the Plasma Corridor used by aliens underwater. He established the path aliens use to navigate. He explained the chart of underwater alien bases.
He was right on. I was so impressed by this man. I love to see him again on TV!
In my honest opinion, Maximillien de Lafayette is the most interesting and informed writer.
In the past, I tried hard to defend him, but I had some doubts. I admit it is hard to believe that one human being could really be so prolific, yet at distant from ufology circle. But when I saw him on TV, I knew he was real!
Originally posted by arkturus
reply to post by warrenb
I agree. I can't find much on this guy. He's made to sound very intelligent, he's made out to sound very successful, he's apparently had many many books published...so why haven't we heard of the guy?
I decided to check Amazon and look through one of his books online. It seems like a horrible mess. Then again, I haven't taken the time to actually read the book, just the chapter outline in the very beginning.
Basically, I think someone, somewhere...or multiple people, somewhere...are writing about all of these things relating to extraterrestrials, the paranormal, and conspiracies, and slapping some fancy guy's name on it. It's a conspiracy within a conspiracy folks. I just blew your mind.
Using his self-designed AI program, Philip M. Parker has "authored" 200,000 books without ever lifting his pen. While his work features some self-explanatory medical texts like The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Acne Rosacea, most of Parker's publications are 100-300 page industry analysis pieces like DAGENHAM MOTORS GROUP PLC: Labor Productivity Benchmarks and International Gap Analysis. Parker uses his automated software to do basic market research (scouring the internet to pull various facts and figures), and then to completely assemble the book (with charts, a full table of contents and plenty of text). Each can take anywhere from 13 minutes to 3 hours.
While the bulk manufacture of micro niche topic publications is Parker's current approach, the clip above shows that Parker is very much interested in expanding his system to create things like turn-key game shows in alternate languages—still exploiting niche markets—but this time from the perspective of the entertainment sector, not business/industry. We wish Parker the best of luck, and appreciate his computer's continued support as it continues to churn out the posts here at Giz. (NYTimes via BoingBoing)