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Originally posted by micpsi
Basiago is a sophisticated disinfo agent being used by one or more alphabet agencies to discredit growing interest in old rumors of secret military missions to the Moon & Mars, secret government collaboration with aliens, etc, Anyone listening to him can tell that he does, indeed, very likely have an intelligence background - that's why he sounds so convincing, whether you believe him or not. I have checked some of the names of the CIA agents he claimed to have been involved in and they are real people. His research paper claiming to provide evidence of life on Mars is the give-way. It's such bad science that it can only have been cobbled together with the intention of making people who are sympathetic to aliens, wormhole technology, secret missions, etc look like idiots if they take the material seriously. He has secretly agreed, I believe, with his handlers at Disinfo Central at Langley, Virginia (or wherever) to set himself up so that, when the media start to take notice, his claims - and by association, the whole subject - will be made a laughing stock.
Basiago is a walking PSY-OP to discredit in the minds of the general public all that he talks about. And many are being fooled....
Originally posted by JayinAR
reply to post by Argyll
Well, I'm convinced that he doesn't belive what he says is true at all.
But that is just me.
I don't see how any rational person could.
But, I do see your point.
Alright, alright, I won't break his nose. I'm really not the violent type anyhow. Lets just consider it my way of saying that I REALLY, REALLY, REALLY don't agree with what this guy is pushing and that I REALLY, REALLY, REALLY think that people should take a much closer look at what they are seeing in those photos.
Yeah, I want proof of ET life as much as anyone. In fact, I don't need it myself, I know it is real and better yet, that it is engaging this planet actively. However, I try hard not to let my imagination get the best of me...
No, that is not a group of aliens playing poker in the middle of a dried up lakebed.
That is a rock.
And I strongly feel that the people who are pushing that crap know it just as well as I do. Yet they also know that there are a lot of people out there who REALLY want to believe so much so that they will listen to and consider the thoughts of anyone who can put their voice out there in an authorative manner.
These people prey on the gullibility of those with good intentions.
And if I were ever able to speak with this person enough to confirm my suspicions of him, breaking his nose would be the least of his worries. Better yet would be to catch this guy making a mockery of the people who buy his bullsnap and parade it around the world ruining his credibility forever. And then break his nose.
Originally posted by JayinAR
reply to post by The Shrike
So anyone that authors a UFO book is a charlatan by default?
Originally posted by The Shrike
reply to post by InfaRedMan
Amazing what people will believe!
BTW, as far as your signature's personalities, you've left out a hell of a lot that deserve to be with the ones you selected. Just the authors of UFO books ought to give you a few hundred photos! Add Whitley Strieber, Budd Hopkins, David Jacobs, Travis Walton, Stanton Friedman ...
We can see two men – half like beetles – pitch forward to confront a plesiosaur (top), as
serpents with goofy faces slither up the hill and tiny humanoids seek refuge by
clambering onto a rock (bottom). This phantasmagoric scene suggests that the sparse
vegetation on Mars makes predation between biological life forms especially intense.
Originally posted by msecret
I actually know Andy Basiago, and he is close friend.
he is not an undercover agent working a secret agenda.
Oh, by the way, I am not either.
He is a good, honest, and ethical person.
He says what he believes to be true.
You will have to decide if what he believes is actually true.
Now, the Mars thing is something else, and it should be separated from the teleportation experiences.
I have had the impression that his Mars analysis is diversionary for him.
Unfortunately, I just see rocks, so I cannot provide any supportive discussion regarding his claims about Mars.
November 11, 2009, he will be on Coast-to-Coast AM with George Noory. Hopefully, more information will come out and we will have more to discuss.