Great idea Coastalite, it certainly has crossed my mind too over the past month. I personally lean to the notion that "disclosure" has been part of
our master's plan for a long time now. They have invested so much in laying the groundwork, making sure all is prepared beforehand.
When so-called disclosure does come, I have no doubt that one of the most important things that we will see is something very convincing. What better
way to do it than to have all eyes on some manufactured disaster that seems to defy all our technological attempts to correct? So, just when the
alarming consensus comes in, that "we" can't fix it anymore, and reports are really getting apocalyptic, our Saviors will then step forward, take
care of business in short order (with their "advanced" technology).
The whole world will breathe a sigh of relief, and most will be very convinced that the whole thing was "real", since all our technology had already
failed so spectacularly. Later, when less convincing aspects of the show roll out, people will be less likely to catch on, since they will already
suffer from a "confirmation bias" that solidified when they watched their TVs show them "Alien Salvation". Reminds me of 9/11. People
"witnessed" it on TV, therefore they "know" what happened, etc. And yet, many of us know that things were not quite as they seemed that day.
So, what to make of this approach? On the one hand, if I was to guess, I do think it makes the most sense to introduce "aliens" as "good" guys.
If the whole thing is pulled off convincingly, it will be especially important to not push the envelope too hard. Let people get used to the idea
that we are "not alone", and then let them relax a bit, thanking their lucky stars that aliens are nice. Let religious leaders come forth to
comfort their flocks, let the politicians gently tell us that the government has actually been partnering with them for years, and obviously nothing
bad has happened, etc.
BUT, just when everyone is ready to join the friggin' Galactic Federation, our masters lower the boom! We are then told that not all
are so nice! And that's when whatever was really planned rolls out, full force. Sure, most of us will really believe that it's the Muslims (er, I
mean "aliens"!) destroying buildings, whole cities, as we watch our TVs in horror. But all along, it could be nothing of the kind.
Our occultist masters have made it clear that they are very fond of the idea that the planet is "over-populated". They seem to believe that almost
7 billion is rather unmanageable. They also have probably done the research to determine an "ideal" number of slaves for their coming plantation,
enough to do all for them, but not enough to ever effectively revolt. The Georgia Stones tell us that number is only 500 million. This means that
the rest of us have to die, in order to fulfill their Utopian desires.
For those not familiar with this, it probably seems all too much, but from a "matrix" angle, just about everything we experience these days is
"planned" by those in charge, who have far more power than most of us would like to imagine. They intentionally create chaos, and then bring order,
and get to rearrange the pieces as they see fit. If disclosure is indeed around the corner, it's because it has been planned that way,
notwithstanding an apparent BP oil spill "accident".
There's lots more to this whole thing, but basically, ET disclosure will probably be a sophisticated hoax that has been planned for over a century.
The implication is that we already have advanced technology, but our masters retain much that is hidden, which makes things appear otherwise.
Example: Can HAARP create hurricanes and earthquakes? Some scoff at such a thing, but others see patterns. Same thing here. Let's at least admit
that our governments know much more than we think.
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