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Originally posted by ExquisitExamplE
I've only watched the first part so far, but I am so excited that Alex is back, I remember fondly watching his earlier series, and many of the things he described resonated with me in a very profound way, I also remember that he related a prediction from the Andromedans that did not come to pass.
Does anyone remember what that prediction was? Also, what were the names of the two main Andromedans that shepherded him? Something with an M I think, anyway, I now will begin eagerly watching Pt. 2.
Peace be among these, my friends and brethren.
Originally posted by weedwhacker
reply to post by ExquisitExamplE
EE...may I call you 'EE'??
Believe all you want. Just wish to advise....do NOT give any money, because he is not what he seems.....my opinion, of course.....
Originally posted by thegreatobserver
Why can I only find the first 3 parts out of 12??
Originally posted by Frankinmouse
His real name is Ralph Amagran, a retired IRS tax agent. He came across the contact notes of Billy Meier then suddenly "decided "he was a contactee himself and concocted an elaborate story that he has perpetuated with absolutely no proof and has put forward a string of unfounded and patently wrong predictions for the last number of years. His predictions are obviously not getting any better. Look it up.
Originally posted by Dean Goldberry
reply to post by CoolMemberOfATS
I got as far as the Fourth Density stuff (less than 10 minutes in) and decided this is just a guy with a huge imagination who happens to get close to the truth, and even peg it dead on every so often. Most of his answers are generic enough deflection any fantasy prone personality can come up with... On the Fourth Density, I can see there being usage of telepathic powers in law enforcement (uncovering truth), but he makes it sound like everyone everywhere will be completely open books at all times, where privacy will no longer exist at all. That's simply the extreme bias of the disseminators of the fantastic. Such utterly totalitarian transparency simply isn't human and would never work.