reply to post by Faiol
You have actually brought up an interesting point where
in order to get to my Hotmail account which is at the
local server IP address of origin.mail.live.com [126.96.36.199]
my ADSL modem must usually go through this IP address
which is at:
It is ENTIRELY POSSIBLE that my data packets were
being somehow re-routed temporarily to another IP address
and have the Hotmail Email Text that I am talking about
inserted into that stream as it is displayed to me.
It could be that the email text was NOT ACTUALLY on Hotmail
at all but rather inserted as the Hotmail list was displayed to me
and when I clicked on that link it opened up a message
that was located elsewhere. It was never deleted from
my Hotmail account because it was never really there!
I'm stretching here, but that scenario would also get around
the thorny problem of encrypted username and password
authentication at the Hotmail servers. Since only the
username/password is encrypted and not the downloaded
email subject line list, a keyword listen script could be created
and then executed as packets are sent to my computer.
A NEW email subject line could be inserted into that
downloaded Hotmail list of email subject lines!
It sounds rather ridiculous and far fetched because why would
ANYONE go to that much trouble as a prank or even as
a genuine whistleblow? Why not simply SNAIL MAIL ME
a package of evidence rather than send me some
cockamaney email text?
And thinking of how such a thing could be done, The only thing
I can think of is through something called DNS re-direction
where my local Domain Name Server list cache is polluted
with a fake or modified DNS server list.
THAT would take some serious know how and it's effects
would be only temporary...say 24 hours max in my case
because we FLUSH our DNS servers every day
using a server-based batch file!
The pollution of local DNS server lists can be caused
by things such as computer viruses, worms, or trojan horses
which can be mitigated using something like Norton Antivirus
or AVG AntiVirus. A particularly well written one can still get
past the virus scanners but MOST of the bad scripts can be
killed if you have properly updated your antivirus software
which I have done quite religiously.
To prevent such a DNS List Pollution Attack you can run
a DOS Command line box in Windows and type in the
These commands remove any polluted DNS server lists
from your local computer which will then try and download
a proper one from your local service provider or corporate
DNS server...and when your local computer is flushed
of it's local DHCP IP address, a new clean one is gotten
from your local corporate domain server or Internet service
The only other thing I can think of is that someone has actually
physically cut into my ADSL line intercepting all my packets
and doing their own insertion of data packets...which is a darn
near impossible thing to do on a practical basis!
And to answer that last question of
Did I write that email? NO!
It has a writing style that is SIMILAR TO MY OWN
and is as long-winded as I usually am, but I notice
subtle differences especially in it's use of Americanized
expressions and spellings rather than the Canadian English
I usually use. And some of the military words were unfamiliar
to me which I had to look up under Wikipedia and Internet
Dictionaries. There are also some age-related Netspeak
expressions that usually only someone under the age
of 30 to 35 uses and I'm almost 40!
I have no other explanation for it's origin and why it
was released to me, so the questions to ask of you
fellow ATS'ers is:
Is this Email a Description of a Real
UFO and Alien Recovery Team created by
the United States Military???
Who Created this Email?
Where Did It Come From?
Is it part of a Disinformation Campaign?
Why was it sent to ME specifically?
Any Other Comments?
P.S. Where is the Video Proof?
[edit on 2009/5/15 by StargateSG7]