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They claim to get their info from the Pleiadians, both have been proven to be scam artist
Originally posted by AcesInTheHole
Part 9, about 9:30 in or a little after, he tells them he doesn't want something on tape. He talks about JFK, gives the signal and the camera actually cuts out. Anyone have any idea what he might have said off camera??
[edit on 8/11/09 by AcesInTheHole]
Originally posted by The Savage Khan
I have a lot of trouble buying into Collier. His stories are so far fetched and his predictions haven't come true. His intentions and messages of peace and love are great but I'm convinced he's just another guy with a great imagination cashing in on the Alien/UFO market.
Originally posted by A Fortiori
reply to post by SaturnFX
I'm open to other suggestions. Forget the prophesies/probabilities for a moment and answer where is the "help" they were going to give us to restore the planet to its glorious human, environmentally conscious beauty? Where
"In 1896, for two days straight, people over Crawfordsville, Indiana saw a large, 30-foot thing in the sky they called a "Sky Monster" that moved "like a serpent swimming through the air." This was probably a rod. Other case histories included the dragons in caves and skies over London, the "ghost rockets" over Norway and Sweden, and many other historical "myths" that could have been rods."
V: The Series was a one-hour weekly television series that aired in the United States on NBC in 1984-85. It was a continuation of the science fiction franchise about an alien invasion of Earth by a carnivorous race of reptilians known as "The Visitors" which was originally conceived by American writer, producer and director Kenneth Johnson. Johnson, however, was not involved in the production of the weekly series.
Today, the world woke up to find spaceships over every major city. The Visitors claim to have come in peace, bringing gifts of medical miracles and technological breakthroughs. They promise to do no harm. They're lying.
Most people believe the aliens have arrived just when we needed them most. We're eager to embrace their generous offers of help, but while tracking a terrorist cell, Homeland Security agent Erica Evans stumbles upon something far more sinister. Erica discovers that the aliens have plans to infiltrate our governments and businesses, planting seeds for their plot to control mankind. Convincing anyone of the truth will be impossible because the Visitors have two powerful weapons. First, they've given the people faith with their reassuring presence and gifts. Second, they've rallied our youth. Thousands of teens, including Erica's son, have been recruited as 'Peace Ambassadors' but they're actually serving as unwitting spies. When Erica gets thrust into the resistance movement, she'll have to balance her covert activities with her job and her role as a mother, fighting to protect her son Tyler - even as he joins forces with the enemy.
Eight O'Clock in the Morning, Ray Nelson
At the end of the show the hypnotist told his subjects, "Awake."
Something unusual happened.
One of the subjects awoke all the way. This had never happened before. His name was George Nada and he blinked out at the sea of faces in the theatre, at first unaware of anything out of the ordinary. Then he noticed, spotted here and there in the crowd, the non-human faces, the faces of the Fascinators. They had been there all along, of course, but only George was really awake, so only George recognized them for what they were. He understood everything in a flash, including the fact that if he were to give any outward sign, the Fascinators would instantly command him to return to his former state, and he would obey.
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Originally posted by strNick
I think, Andromedans' perspective is more advanced than, for instance, Pliedians' one and much more so than general contactee information.