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Dr. Pete Peterson interviewed by Project Camelot

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posted on Sep, 5 2009 @ 07:36 PM
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Why is their logo the eye of ra? I started to watch it, but then seen how long it was and don't have time right now, not sure if I want to after these responses.

But that logo kind of makes me go hmmm. I know it's a cat etc, but the eye is what they focus on, and that eye is the same as the eye of ra.




posted on Sep, 5 2009 @ 08:11 PM
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Although I enjoy the interviews, as for proof there is none. Wasn't expecting any and there never will be proof of anything that stands up to any argument. Nature of the beast.
Pete kept his mouth shut regardless and told us little. No whistleblowing I could see.
I do think in many ways like him, meaning I think we are all responsible to ourselves and should not feel entitled to help.
He sounds like he has had a fair amount of practical field time taking care of himself.
He expouses the basic survival checklist you might find on Project Avalon or AR15.com for that matter.
I thought his ideas on healing were great. Biofeedback and computer diagnoses are not new. Sounds like the idea man is perfect for refining this tool. (Thinking it will someday become Niven's Autodoc)
I have recently come back again to thinking about the nature of consciousness and think the field theories of this and information seem to click with me.
This is just another guy who has considered and studied all the alternate material we on ATS generally review and has some anecdotal confirmation from his professional life.

I wonder what he was thinking he would be killed for, he certainlly made sure anything that would cause him personal harm was removed.

Sounds like Bill and Kerry will just have to keep the hot info to themselves for now.



posted on Sep, 5 2009 @ 08:37 PM
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Not one of their most interresting interviews but not bad. He hit the economy problems right one. Not that they are not obvious anyone to anyone paying attention. I guess we'll see if anything else he says any merit to it in time. I prefer to at least see some kind of evidence to back up what the person is saying. I am in no way saying he's wrong. Maybe he is right. But I'd still like to see evidence and not just talk. Any of us can go on camera and just talk.

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posted on Sep, 5 2009 @ 11:13 PM
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Hi, badmedia.


Originally posted by badmedia
Why is their logo the eye of ra?

Why not ?
I HOPE it is NOT the "all seeing eye ! ! B-)


...But that logo kind of makes me go hmmm...

Why ? Is there something wrong.


...but the eye is what they focus on, and that eye is the same as the eye of ra.

Maybe MY Ra is not the same as yours. . . ;-)

Do you know about the "Ra material" ?
VERY intersting, and answering MANY important questions !

As you can see with the second line of my signature, you will
understand why I ask the questions. B-)))

Blue skies.



posted on Sep, 5 2009 @ 11:47 PM
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pearl1.lanl.gov...

Guys will the real Pete Peterson please stand up!



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 12:57 AM
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Originally posted by Sloppy
reply to post by Riposte
 


Thanks for that reply, even though it would have been more appreciated without the sarcastic condescending arrogance.

I dont have too much time to research & speculate on the economy of different nations, but last thing i heard was that Germany and France think their out of the recession, and Britain is pulling its weight now too? The USA im always skeptical about, but i dont see how most nations around the world are suddenly going to drop off the map and its populace mentality turn into 'every man for himself' food grab frenzy.

[edit on 5-9-2009 by Sloppy]


Wait for codex alimentarius, throw in some famine , a bit of swine flu, and you will see exactly that...every man will be for himself and there will be a food grab frenzy

RedPill



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 06:53 AM
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I've seen the videos and logo many times before, I just never really noticed it until this time. I'm pretty sure the eye of ra is modeled after the big cats, like the cheetah.

So here is the eye of ra, the sun god.



And then here is their logo. What made me notice it is that they don't center on the cat itself, instead they center in on the eye itself. The eye with the line going down is the focus of their logo.



Not a perfect match etc, but the distinct line is there which is what I noticed.

The all seeing eye doesn't have those lines, the only similarity would be the single eye in the logo.

Might not be anything to it, just seems a bit odd to me considering the nature of topics they discuss.



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 07:04 AM
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My guess is they are using the cats eye because cats are able to clearly see in one-sixth the amount of light we humans would need, meaning they can see in the dark.

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posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 09:39 AM
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gah,

you beat me to it: I blog'd about this AMAZING 3-part interview as soon as Project Camelot uploaded (in fact while they were still uploading) the movies. And as a terminal skeptic, I'm still open to the possibility that this is some form of disinfo.

mikephilbin.blogspot.com...

To the people who say, "Meh, boring, there was nothing in this." What? How asleep are you? Even the primary list of things that the person who made this thread was enough.

Here's (for me) the most stunning revelation (among several), "The politicians have already spent all the Social Security money. So you've got to fluoridate the water (which causes calcification of the arteries) so that You The People all die at, or before, retirement age."

That's a BIG WOW.



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 11:07 AM
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Originally posted by Aree Laxyn
Project Camelot interviews Dr Pete Peterson

This guy don`t have all the horses home, at one point at least.

Dr Pete Peterson : I see that US is going towards socialism, and i want to prevent that. The company's are taking over the power in the country and i want to give it back to the people. LMAO !!!

Is that all you Americans now about Politics?.


Yeah, but at least Dr Pete Peterson is a smartly educated man with a good capability of intellectual discussion, without the property of ignorance or nay saying. He actually researched his stuff for 27 years if you had bothered to check, how long did you research the topic before making a judgment?

This is truly an amazing interview, there is some highly esoteric stuff being revealed in there... and some of you idiots are going to miss it. DONT! It really is awesome


*smile

A



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 02:36 PM
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I watched all of part one, most of two, and some of three and I thought it was at least provocative. He ran most of the conspiratorial gamut with an immense breadth of information. Whether or not this was accurate info- who knows.

I wanted to believe him because:
-the Camelot people really ate his stuff up
- his diverse knowledge was pretty impressive/highly detailed
-his claims were in line with many "theories" already discussed here and yet it seemed like he didn't really use the internet much at all.


I thought his story was shady because:
-he covered soooo much stuff, almost too much
-his government sources didnt seem to be super juicy
-who has "worked with different gov entities since they were 14," invented revolutionary medical devices, invented revolutionary rocket fuel as a teen, taught survival classes for years, "been shot at on almost every continent," etc all in one lifetime --too much!
-Oh yeah, did he say he was IN the closed congress session last autumn? Hard to believe
- he was really adverse about disclosing details about his miracle medical inventions
didnt really confirm anything
-His proof seemed to be behind the whole "once my Laboratory hidden in the mountains
is finished" bit- almost sad really

Other notes:
He seemed really bothered by Wilcock
Wilcock seemed really stupid in his own unique way, his "lectures" make him sound better/wiser than in this video
Oh yeah, how about that foamy spit on his lips the whole time- drink some water, geesh
Surprised about his take on Obama as a benevolent leader--? hmm, hard for me to accept, although there was that briefing he had where he left pale and cold looking
I've heard alot of 9/11 stuff but never that there was a bunch of gold in WTC7 that was lost forever.
In the last part he mentions he lives in Idaho and in the first video he says he live 50 miles north of a large town --- Boise?



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 02:54 PM
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There really is some dubious info in there.
He claims that the MIR was as heavy as 5600 Shuttle loads. I looked it up, that would be roughly 123.200t . According to Wikipedia MIRs weight was 100t. I mailed Anatoly Zak, the owner of www.russianspaceweb.com... and asked him about the weight. He said it was 117t all modules included.
That would be 6 Shuttle loads.



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 08:14 PM
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Originally posted by insideNSA


I can't believe how lame this interview was. And how I just wasted 3 hours of my Saturday listening to this garbage. This guy is a total nut job. He claims to have been asked to build a 'ufo detector' when he was 14. YEAH RIGHT. and that he did and it could detect anything. He also invented a machine that can diagnose anything and recommend the appropriate drug to take to heal you, including the correct dosage.

I think he is a retired dude having a little fun. He exposes camelot and wilcock to be gullible jokes at least.


Why?

There are so much secret technology's which not even the creators of star trek can imagine. Some people must have invented or reverse-engineered them. They dont appear out of thin air now do they.

Not saying this guy is one of the inventors of the supposed secret advanced technology's... but like i said already, they must have been invented because do dont appear out of thin air.



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 08:25 PM
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Originally posted by insideNSA


I can't believe how lame this interview was. And how I just wasted 3 hours of my Saturday listening to this garbage. This guy is a total nut job. He claims to have been asked to build a 'ufo detector' when he was 14. YEAH RIGHT. and that he did and it could detect anything. He also invented a machine that can diagnose anything and recommend the appropriate drug to take to heal you, including the correct dosage.

I think he is a retired dude having a little fun. He exposes camelot and wilcock to be gullible jokes at least.


You know, it is kind of odd you feel that way, because I agree that this is the most important interview that project camelot have done. If you have seen the 127 hours footage of each PC video like I have, and can relate to what he is talking to. To someone well researched, there are some very eerie references to genetic engineering, (I could probably guess where that work begun, and I'd rather not think about it).

I think this guy is who he says he is, he is obviously very gifted and has had access to some very interesting technology, and invented some himself. The guy claims to be of a lineage of inventors, and to have set a World Record at the age of 10 for building a rocket. This is a prodigy child.. grown up. .. he's made claims that can easily be dis proven. So disprove them, because at the moment i'd consider him a credible witness because his background checks out.

We know such devices exist, because thousands of high ranking ex-military and black ops personnel around the world are attesting to them.

People will continue to mock us, but looking at society right now, I think time is going to be a real testament to whether this interview is legitimate .

Again, that eerie feeling is he is bang on the money. Just like Philip Schneider was about 9/11 . Bless the guy.

Sure, human beings get misled, thats easy.. but for the most part we think that what we do is right- and if we realized that for a second we wouldn't question masses of evidence so skeptically, we only needed 1 legitimate black op/insider/inventor, and there's way more than that now.

Time will prove if what is he saying is true, because the technology he's spoke about , if it did exist, will(or can) change the world overnight.


A

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posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 08:50 PM
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When you spend a lot of time listening to certain kinds of .. let me find a really polite way to say this .. reality impaired people, you start to pick up on certain common ways they have of presenting themselves, especially before an uncritical and supportive audience -- in other words, they go too far and hang themselves.

This guy sure seemed to fit the bill which means I suspect that he is one of:

1. A storyteller having one on at the expense of the Camelot crew.

2. A confabulator -- someone who inflates their own self and accomplishments through the stretching of the truth or making up imaginary histories for themselves that they mix in with their own real biography.

3. A liar or con man who is using this "Pete Peterson" persona to con someone of bilk someone out of some money -- just think of all the wonderful products he will be making and selling!

4. Delusional. Unlike a confabulator who knows he is being untruthful, a delusional person really believes he was all those things.

A couple of things that really sort of rang false were:

His comments on machine translation and AI. Since I have worked with MT specifically (including designing and building research prototypes) I can assure that MT cannot be used as he described it. Nor can AI as he described it -- all the stuff about fuzzy logic and robotics, like MT, sounds more like what a person who doesn't really know the field imagines what the field must be like.

His approach to biology has serious -- he has numerical codes for ALL drugs, herbs, substances and whatever else... not a chance as anyone who has looked at the structure of those kinds of systems can attest. We don't even know how much is out there let alone cataloguing them. As well, I have issues with the idea of completely describing a complex living system with a series of numbers.. it is possible but not with the amounts of data storage and processing speeds available even today.

There were also a few places where he muddled up his story, like the UFO detector that he first claimed was smashed by an American president and then a few minutes later claimed that he had no idea of what actually happened to it. Getting some details wrong is to be expected, but this and some of the other muddled points were jsut to major to write off as that.

There were some points that did make me pay attention and made me wonder if he did have some information that was legitimate but I suspect since these were areas that are of current interest to me, I may have been hearing what I wanted to hear.

Over all pretty disappointing. I really was hoping to get my brain exploded by shocking revelations. Really hoping.

By the way, does anyone know if Pete Peterson is a pseudonym?




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posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 08:56 PM
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hey, props to you for making some good points. I see your line of thought, it's skeptical, but healthy


I do want to say, the part about him muddling up his ufo detector story saying a president smashed it. I do believe he said the first time he said he assumed, and the second time he asked he said he didn't know, but he assumed. That's not exactly changing his story though is it


Pick more examples and i'd believe you. He's a genius conman if he isn't legitimate because I saw 0 inconsistencies.. he was very good at not doing that, it impressed me.


A



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 09:22 PM
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Originally posted by 7redorbs
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Pick more examples and i'd believe you. He's a genius conman if he isn't legitimate because I saw 0 inconsistencies.. he was very good at not doing that, it impressed me.
A


The inconsistencies like that are just minor points and I'm willing to admit that if I listen to it again, I might hear it differently -- but my major point is that he got the science wrong. His descriptions of AI, MT and acupuncture sound like the kinds of things I hear from people who don't really know the fields but are rather what they imagine the fields are like -- especially machine translation of ancient languages -- both areas I spend a lot of time in. Since his "reputation as a scientist" is the lynch pin to his credibility.. well, the pin ain't lynching anything.

And I really was hoping that he would be the real deal.

And the other thing I have encountered is scientific con men. In fact, I've even testified at some of their fraud trials. My BS detector is tingling with this guy so I would want to see some corroboration before I took what he said seriously.

That shouldn't be too hard. I would love to get one his diagnostic tools, and since he says he given it away for free... let's see if he will send me the specs to build one. Or better yet, maybe the Camelot crew could tape some of his inventions in action.

But, as much as I would love to see any of that (and really would love to build one of those dying cow mooing machines if I had the specs) years of experience suggests that I would never see any of that no matter how hard of often we pressed.

It would be cool though. Ultra cool.



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 09:29 PM
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Well, I did watch the video twice
I'm quite involved in esoteric research with a friend, we also do UFO investigatings in Avebury, England.


A lot of the stuff he talks about is , in my opinion (maybe not in his or other esoteric people, specifically the masons ahem, i dont know why but they don't like what i talk about to say the least) - , a lot of the stuff he talks about is esoteric in nature.

If he is a conartist us lot at ATS will have it figured out on this thread.


I believe that a lot of the stuff emoto is doing, is related to this action at a distance. I believe that with vacuum field technology and quantum nanotechnology the stuff he is talking about could easily be a reality.

PC claims he shown them a quantum chip with the power of.. how many computers was it? 1600? Massive claims.

How stupid do you and I think PC is? I know kerry can be emotional, but she is intuitive, the two go. I know Bill is unemotional, which leads to a fairly skeptical approach.

He is close friends with a lot of people in high places, as is Kerry. I cannot imagine there is not even more reason than what has been stated that they would make such a bold claim. Should we really lead ourselves to believe that they are sensationalists? In my experience, and no offense to the two bless them, there amateurishness and lack of presentation at BEST sort of lends to the fact these are people, not money bandits.

That said, there is some REALLY weird # going on right now. Just see what Dan Burisch is saying.. this is a serious W T F for me.

Ask, and I tell if anyone interested.


A

ps. one other thing, reading his body movement he reveals he worked on mk ultra.. from the question kerry asked that seemed obvious to me. Yes, i believe that, as crazy as it sounds
I've just watched too much of this stuff haheh

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posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 09:35 PM
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+1 to everyone who said this was a waste of time.

I also agree with the guy that got put off by the 15% thing, saying that the people who watched this video are probably in the 15% of humans from ET heritage.

This should not have taken a month to release, there was nothing in there was new information. Evey thing he said about acupuncture (aside from his bs inventions) I learned from my Tai'Chi instructor/Pilates instructor/chiropractor over the last several years.

The only interesting thing he mentioned was the fish oil but he didn't name the fish so it was useless. The bits about the robots were interesting but trivial.

All the other stuff about him inventing a tracker to detect the sputnik sounds like a bunch of BS.



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 09:38 PM
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Originally posted by antithesis.
+1 to everyone who said this was a waste of time.

I also agree with the guy that got put off by the 15% thing, saying that the people who watched this video are probably in the 15% of humans from ET heritage.

This should not have taken a month to release, there was nothing in there was new information. Evey thing he said about acupuncture (aside from his bs inventions) I learned from my Tai'Chi instructor/Pilates instructor/chiropractor over the last several years.

The only interesting thing he mentioned was the fish oil but he didn't name the fish so it was useless. The bits about the robots were interesting but trivial.

All the other stuff about him inventing a tracker to detect the sputnik sounds like a bunch of BS.



weird as it sounds dude, i almost hope you are right.. i guess we will know in time.. someone dig a fact that discredits him and i will believe ya ;D

A




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