posted on Jun, 23 2009 @ 09:57 PM
reply to post by mrwupy
Thanks for clearing that up for me.
My heads been in the clouds lately due to health issues so it's been hard for me to keep up and on these types of things.
And the marketing thing is really dead on but seems to go beyond that you'd have to think they know that this would give fuel to fires of many who
believe that they condition or reveal future events to us in the media and possibly even make more believers.
They put a series out like this, Japan had an event with the moon, and then NASA is going to go check for water or whatever they may be doing they
have to understand that people are going to connect these things even if there is no agenda behind it, it's impossible not to as they all seem to be
one after the other.
It's really making some people believe that they know something that we don't and I just find it funny in a literal sense that some people think
that what we don't know is that there is going to be some major event with the moon or other planets as of lately, or that these events are training
for some kind of event with the moon, then bam a TV mini series, are they trying to make money off of peoples doom day fears or something else?
I just wonder what they gain by increasing these thoughts in people and to a point confirming what some people are believing.
I honestly don't know what they are doing up there they could be looking for water or Elvis for all I know, right now all I can be is a spectator in
neutral till I actually see what happens.
I also hope to check the show out next week if I can I was really bummed that I missed it last week but life can be demanding at times with it own