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Official UK Telegraph's "The Enigma of Case Destiny" Thread--Alien Disclosure Coming??!!!??

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posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 02:11 PM
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A few weeks ago, many around the world experienced quite a thrill from the UK Telegraph's Culture section featuring the "Blackjack" comic strips. This fictional cartoon showed the story of global terrorism, state-sponsored martial law, and inevitable dominance of a new world order.

Now the Telegraph has featured two new cartoon strips titled "The Enigma of Case Destiny."

UK Telegraph's "The Enigma of Case Destiny" comic strips

It appears as though there are images referencing UFOs, dates that correspond to 2012, and photographs of various international cities with lots of birds.

So what's the meaning here? What is the purpose? What codes are embedded in these slides? Are there any corresponding websites that give further clues? What do all the acronyms and codes represent?

More information is needed and since ATS contains some of the brightest minds, let's get to work!



[edit on 7-7-2009 by MOFreemason]




posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 02:18 PM
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The "top secret" slides make reference to artifacts found, and those that remain unfounded, at the Pech Merle grounds. I had never heard of this location. But, thanks to Wikipedia:



Pech Merle is a cave which opens onto a hillside at Cabrerets in the Lot département of the Midi-Pyrénées region in France, about 35 minutes by road east of Cahors. It is the home of one of the few prehistoric cave painting sites in France which remain open to the general public. Extending for more than a mile from the entrance are caverns the walls of whiuch are painted with dramatic murals dating from the Gravettian culture (some 25,000 years B.P.) Some of the paintings and engravings, however, could date from the later (Magdalenian era (16,000 years B.P.)

This area once had a great river flowing through it, cutting underground channels which were later used by humans for shelter and eventually for mural painting.

The walls of seven of the chambers at Pech Merle have fresh, lifelike images of a woolly mammoth[1], spotted horses[2], single colour horses, bovids, reindeer, handprints, and some humans. Footprints of children, preserved in what was once clay, have been found more than half a mile underground. Within a six mile radius of the site are ten other caves with prehistoric artof the Upper Palaeolithic period, but none of these are open to the public. During the Ice Age tye caves were very probably used as places of refuge by prehistoric peoples when the area had an Arctic climate, very cold temperatures, and native animal spiecies very different from those of the present day. It is supposed that, at some point in the past, rain and sliding earth covered the cave entrances providing an airtight seal until the 20th century. The cave at Pech Merle has been open to the public since 1926. Visiting groups are limited in size and number so as not to destroy the delicate artwork with the excessive humidity, heat and carbon dioxide produced by breathing.
en.wikipedia.org...


So this comic strip is perhaps the beginning of top secret artifacts that lead to the ultimate evidence of an alien connection to 2012?



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 02:29 PM
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No, this is a complete waste of time.

If you have been following Operation Blackjack, then you'd know that it was fake and a complete BS.

This is the exact same thing except it's for alien disclosure.

Nothing to see here.



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 02:52 PM
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Originally posted by bobbylove321
No, this is a complete waste of time.

If you have been following Operation Blackjack, then you'd know that it was fake and a complete BS.

This is the exact same thing except it's for alien disclosure.

Nothing to see here.


While you do bring up a fair point, asserting this may be nothing more than pure fiction and complete BS, I still believe that we can't just discount fiction and write it off as though there is nothing to learn.

I have already learned about Nephilim, MJ 12, Pech Merle etc. While we may not be led to alien disclosure in the next week...this information helps link to other information that may one day lead to true alien disclosure.

That's the spirit of conspiracy theories...you find information that you can't discredit or affirm fully and hope to be led to the truth.



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 03:01 PM
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At the online "culture page" it provides a one sentence detailing about "The Enigma of Case Destiny":



A depiction of US attempts to seize artifacts from around the world.
www.telegraph.co.uk...


Why would the Telegraph be interested in creating a "fictional comic strip like this?"

Why, after the attention it received from Operation Blackjack, would they move on to this topic?



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 03:19 PM
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More interesting tie between "Aquarius" and MJ-12.



The Alien Agenda


Resources: Branton

There are 3 "general" alien forces at work in this center of the universe,

United Federation,
Draconian
Bavarian.


THE UNITED FEDERATION

Originally having its genesis in an ancient Lyran (Vegan) alliance with the Murians and Gobians of Terra,
the Federation consists of a number of colonial worlds near Vega Lyra, the Andromeda Constellation, the Pleiades-Hyades open clusters (and their anti-matter universe counterparts the Koldasians, Dal-ites, Timers, etc.), Alpha Centauri, Tau Ceti, Epsilon Eridani, lumma/Ummo [Wolf 424] and others.


Mostly of human heritage, the "Federation" adheres to a strict nonintervention policy.

Federation personnel apparently contacted William Shatner in the Mojave desert years before he became famous for his part in the STAR TREK series, and certain ideas from real life turned up in the "inspired" television series.

For thousands of years these "MU-SUVIANS" of the ancient Mojave region have been colonizing nearby star systems from their massive base below the Panamint Mts. of Death Valley using hyperspace propulsion.
The Death Valley - Panamint base is currently one of the largest and oldest Federation bases on [or within] the Earth, and consists of vast natural and artificial caverns and chambers - some of them miles in diameter - which possess differing environmental, atmospheric and gravitational conditions to accommodate the various Federation dignitaries who are always visiting the base to observe events on Earth.


REPTILIANS (Alpha Draconis)

In direct opposition to the United Federation is the Reptilian Race. The 'Benevolent Ones'
This is the Race that can be found operating in the Dulce New Mexico Area.

In Allegience with this race is:
American Intelligence agencies ie. Navy's "COM-12".
Bavarian Intelligence agencies such as the CIA-NSA "AQUARIUS" .
This group maintains a pact with and is even largely under the control of the Reptilian Gray Empire Collective.
MJ-12 seems to be vacillating between the two extremes, and may in fact be a battleground betweend serpents.
www.burlingtonnews.net...



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 05:05 PM
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Just a minor point but the telegraph is a uk newspaper yet the date on slide 13 of this supposedly fictional series had an American date. Not sure of the significance, maybe an American wrote the series.

Sorry just seen POTUS in the top left hand corner of the slide.

[edit on 7-7-2009 by keldas]



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 05:10 PM
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Originally posted by MOFreemason

Why, after the attention it received from Operation Blackjack, would they move on to this topic?


Because of the attention it received from Operation Blackjack
Looks like this one is more specifically aimed at the David Icke camp. Expect reptilian revelations





(sorry J
)



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 05:11 PM
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Originally posted by keldas
reply to post by MOFreemason
 


Just a minor point but the telegraph is a uk newspaper yet the date on slide 13 of this supposedly fictional series had an American date. Not sure of the significance, maybe an American wrote the series.


There are more American ATS members than UK ones
All about target audience.



(oops :@@



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 05:15 PM
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Originally posted by Essan

Originally posted by keldas
reply to post by MOFreemason
 


Just a minor point but the telegraph is a uk newspaper yet the date on slide 13 of this supposedly fictional series had an American date. Not sure of the significance, maybe an American wrote the series.


There are more American ATS members than UK ones
All about target audience.



(oops :@@


You are probably quite correct, as is the previous poster who mentioned a David Icke crowd interest in this comic strip series.



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 06:57 PM
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Well the guy who said he created the whole operation blackjack thing did say he was going to do a prequel of sorts about the events that turned into operation blackjack, of course this doesn't seem to be related by much. Although these things are like a giant middle finger to many conspiracy theories, they're at least entertaining.

And this thing will definitely not lead to disclosure, there will never be more disclosure from the ruling elite, only speculation, researchers and whistle blowers. If anything this will make people doubt the incorporated subjects less seriously



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 07:00 PM
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Seems like the telegraph has found a new viral marketing trick for their paper.

Come on now folks, all of this fear mongering and hidden codes, this is a joke. Nothing will come out of this just like nothing came out of Operation Black Jack.

Let's just all go back to the Bobbylove threads if that's what you want and discuss this rubbish there.

Mind you I will enjoy picking it apart to find the "codes" hidden in the slides and I will post my findinds later.


~Keeper



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 07:13 PM
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Originally posted by tothetenthpower
Seems like the telegraph has found a new viral marketing trick for their paper.

Come on now folks, all of this fear mongering and hidden codes, this is a joke. Nothing will come out of this just like nothing came out of Operation Black Jack.

Let's just all go back to the Bobbylove threads if that's what you want and discuss this rubbish there.

Mind you I will enjoy picking it apart to find the "codes" hidden in the slides and I will post my findinds later.


~Keeper


ive gained a lot of knowledge on other subjects while researching project blackjack, so, for me at least, it wasn't all wasted time. im sure the same will be the case this time. im glad to have a thread to discuss it, though it doesn't necessarily mean i think it will lead to a widespread event of any kind...

its not project blackjack its enigma of case destiny, so a new thread sems waranted, no?

its funny people get so irritated with threads they feel have no value...boredom, maybe? just ignore it, really.



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 07:18 PM
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It's not discussing and researching it that I have a problem with, it's the ones who formulate some sort of doomsday or disclosure project out of nothing. And that's truly what the Telegraph has presented, nothing.

Just a nice little story with some "codes".

I didn't mean to sound mean or anything, the thread is well warranted, but let's just keep out the crazies.

~Keeper



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 07:19 PM
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Originally posted by Whyhi
Well the guy who said he created the whole operation blackjack thing did say he was going to do a prequel of sorts about the events that turned into operation blackjack, of course this doesn't seem to be related by much. Although these things are like a giant middle finger to many conspiracy theories, they're at least entertaining.

And this thing will definitely not lead to disclosure, there will never be more disclosure from the ruling elite, only speculation, researchers and whistle blowers. If anything this will make people doubt the incorporated subjects less seriously

i dont know about this justin williams guy; i wonder whether he and valente are even the same person or maybe this justin guy is more than just asst editor at the telegraph, if you get my drift...
i think it was more than some silly prank or else he would have faced some consequences. i mean, he never wrote a "just kiding" or "those gullible 'truthseekers'" article like he was supposed to. do YOU know justin williams, personally?



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 07:21 PM
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Originally posted by tothetenthpower
reply to post by double_frick
 



It's not discussing and researching it that I have a problem with, it's the ones who formulate some sort of doomsday or disclosure project out of nothing. And that's truly what the Telegraph has presented, nothing.

Just a nice little story with some "codes".

I didn't mean to sound mean or anything, the thread is well warranted, but let's just keep out the crazies.

~Keeper


im content with my personal thoughts and felings on UFOs *and ETs, i dont think wide-scale disclosure will ever happen, at least not on our horizon...

i think whats interesting are the supposed postdated images from the sphere they discovered...

[edit on 7/7/2009 by double_frick]



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 09:31 PM
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I'm sorry but as far as anything coming out of the Telegraph, you can count me out. I'm sure others feel the same way after the whole Blackjack debacle.

They are doing this crap and we have yet to see a statement about Blackjack whatsoever am I right?

Yeah, BS.




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