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Opinions on the Wingmakers?

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posted on May, 26 2010 @ 01:55 PM
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I just recently had the chance to read all four of the Neruda interviews on the Wingmakers website (wingmakers.com...) and found the information to be very interesting, and I was just curious as to what other ATSers who've read about the Wingmakers think about it, and perhaps start a discussion on it.




posted on May, 26 2010 @ 02:42 PM
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Thank you for the link as the site does look interesting. The word novel is used a lot, and I wonder if this is just a fictional character here. I will post what I think after reading the interviews in the link.



posted on May, 26 2010 @ 03:10 PM
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I saw this site linked in a thread about 6 months ago so I checked it out. It's a good fantasy story, but very obviously fiction.



posted on May, 26 2010 @ 06:45 PM
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Yeah. The owner of the site even stated that some of it was fiction and that some of it wasnt, which pretty much shoots down credibility for me, although the interviews are actually really nice.



posted on May, 27 2010 @ 02:50 AM
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I've known about the Wingmakers since probably 1998 or so, from memory. I think I first learned about it from Nexus.com.

The story is basically a cross between the X Files and the Blair Witch Project, in the sense that it is fiction, and at times people have been reasonably open about that; but they have some fun with trying to create a scenario where you almost don't quite know whether it's real or not.

Whoever is responsible for it though, does do a good job. The visual artwork and music are both very well done, and very nice, and the story is actually good too, and does a good job sounding vaguely original.

So as mentioned, it's fiction, but if you want some entertaining fiction with some interesting multimedia content to go along with it, you could do a lot worse. I don't know whether they still have it up, but their original CD offering struck me as good value, back in the day.



posted on May, 28 2010 @ 01:30 AM
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Sure would be nice if there was such a thing as LERM lmao. Id love to just magically summon whatever I thought of.

However, the writer who came up with this, and all subsequent artists who had a hand in it, are definitely very talented. The Neruda interviews were very entertaining, and it would be nice to believe that some of it was truth, but As always, I'm a skeptic a bit about it.



posted on May, 30 2010 @ 04:35 AM
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I came across the wingmakers site many years ago(maybe 2002?). It enthralled me. I particularly like(still) the hakomi music. It takes a while to get used to and some of it is whak, but some is great.

Anyway, I came to the conclusion it was fictional, and that the materials still might have 'wingmakersesk' origin. In my times with WM materials I was interacted with by ETs. Its a long story.. But they made it more interesting for me. They are definitely aware of it.

From what I understand the creator of it, may think his story is real. He says it was a remote view story basically. That still doesnt explain his claims of the content being found in places it was not.

I have recently emails James(the creator of wingmakers.com) asking him how much he would charge for original artwork of concepts I had. He has not responded. I also told him a little of my encounters with ETs and asked him his stance on reptilians, nordics, and greys.



posted on Dec, 29 2011 @ 09:45 AM
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Hello!

I notices this thread was quite old, but I have read through the Wingmakers website so thought I would post.

I found it to be unlike anything I have seen or read before, it was amazing - the artwork, the text and music, just incredible. If this is a work of fiction, its is very well done and the author deserves a lot of credit. That being said, I am unsure that this is fiction. After reading through all of the text, some of it relates and ties in with other things I have read in the past, about life after death, the meaning of life, ETs, and many other topics. I don't see how all of it can just be made up - and for what? a good read? I'm not so sure.



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