Project Camelot - Who has been debunked?

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posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 12:51 PM
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Originally posted by Bachfin
reply to post by se25watcher
 


Yeah I agree, like i said in my post True whistleblowers don't live very long.


like this guy

www.philschneider.org...

This guy holds some water IMO he has a proven background and was murdered shortly after comming out with this info.


I have just started watching the 7 part video interview (seen below)

It looks very interesting.

Thank you for the link




[edit on 11-7-2010 by gareth01422]




posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 05:19 PM
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Unfortunately, I think that project Camelot can actually be taken a lot more seriously than ATS, as ATS is currently massively infected by the idiot-agents of the dark side.
The truth is the truth.
Project Camelot at least offer people a global platform to tell their story. Many of their sources are Yankee's. Yankee's are renowned 'fakers'. The US is ego Central (pun intended). Can't be trusted. Just because the U.S. has finally come to face itself as it goes into meltdown, people shouldn't start slagging off other peoples work.
Times are changing fast. The key to survival is to maintain a calm head. An idiot is nothing more than a stress-head (probably a smoker), they won't survive, the planet doesn't need them and they have lessons to learn.
Those who know, need to relax, we have lots of healing to do.

Keep it coming...
love and peas.

x x



posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 04:22 PM
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Originally posted by Yellow Teapot
Unfortunately, I think that project Camelot can actually be taken a lot more seriously than ATS, as ATS is currently massively infected by the idiot-agents of the dark side.
The truth is the truth.
Project Camelot at least offer people a global platform to tell their story. Many of their sources are Yankee's. Yankee's are renowned 'fakers'. The US is ego Central (pun intended). Can't be trusted. Just because the U.S. has finally come to face itself as it goes into meltdown, people shouldn't start slagging off other peoples work.
Times are changing fast. The key to survival is to maintain a calm head. An idiot is nothing more than a stress-head (probably a smoker), they won't survive, the planet doesn't need them and they have lessons to learn.
Those who know, need to relax, we have lots of healing to do.

Keep it coming...
love and peas.

x x


I share the same view, sometimes and lately some of the threads on ATS are written by utter idiots.

As you, I agree it gives a good platform for the whistle-blowers be heard by the masses. One thing I am curious about is why Kerry and Bill separated. Was this so they could cover more ground? or was it something else.

And as it was pointed out earlier. There is a big disclaimer on there website.

I watched Richard Hoagland's interview today and was surprised at home many reference's he made of his book (not like he was trying to sell it or anything). It makes me really wonder who is telling the truth.

Gareth



posted on Jul, 14 2010 @ 10:06 AM
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I have been following PC for a few years. It has recently been moving in the direction of Pay Per View. It is entertainment and the producers are trying their hardest to start reaping the financial gains of entertainment types.
If they were sincere about anything concerning World changing information then the said information would be free to all.

Kerrie just plain sucks as an interviewer.


All of that aside there are some interesting bits.



posted on Jul, 14 2010 @ 12:20 PM
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I personally enjoyed Klaus Donas interviews. He seems to be very down to earth and honest. The Marrs interview was very good also. As far as debunked goes it is hard to say as some of the interviewees have been run over on other forums so it is hard to formulate a good opinion. I wish they would finish what they started with the Igor Witkowski interview. Aaron McCollum seems a little too suspicious for me. These are just my opinions though.



posted on Jul, 14 2010 @ 12:38 PM
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Originally posted by michial
I personally enjoyed Klaus Donas interviews. He seems to be very down to earth and honest. The Marrs interview was very good also. As far as debunked goes it is hard to say as some of the interviewees have been run over on other forums so it is hard to formulate a good opinion. I wish they would finish what they started with the Igor Witkowski interview. Aaron McCollum seems a little too suspicious for me. These are just my opinions though.


I agree about the Klaus Donas interview. The artefacts are something else. I was going to ask (in another thread) what the pyramid with the all seeing eye is all about? I see it everywhere, from Kyle Minogues new song out (all the lovers) to everyday things like billboards. There has got to be something to all this symbolism.

I am sure Aaron is Dan Burisch's son or some family relation. Their mannerisms are just alike.



posted on Jul, 21 2010 @ 10:51 AM
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Definitely agree with this comment. She is also incredibly ignorant when it comes to ordinary things like how government or military functions, or even the basics of Cold War history, which if you've read enough books about this subject you certainly ought to know.

I watched the Bob Dean and John Lear interviews recently and both were almost unwatchable because she hadn't even done basic research, kept interrupting them, missed important points to follow up on, and went off on useless tangents.

But hey you know at least they are out there trying, I will give them credit for that. I think they would be a lot more credible and useful though if they left the obvious, blatant pathological liars and charlatans like Burisch right out, did fewer interviews, and did them right.

Binnall of America is a thousand times better, he actually reads the books, has an open mind, lets people talk, and doesn't push out and out frauds.

EDIT: added BOA link

[edit on 7/21/2010 by Nicorette]



posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 06:35 AM
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I have watched quite a few videos from Camelot, and must agree that there are quite a few who have been on that are just plain silly, but they do have the disclaimers, and I particularly like Alex Collier.

What is the general consensus regarding his lectures?

Peace



posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 06:49 AM
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UFO



posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 07:16 AM
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Hey Sagitta

I'm surprised anybody still gives Alex Collier any credibility. Take my advice type the name of any camelot interviewee into google and add the word FRAUD.

With a few notable exceptions you will find a host of credible debunkers of their story and the usual financial gain claims. On this basis Alex Collier is a major fail.

Forgive my rant but I am keen to learn the truth and have no time for people who knowingly practice deceit.

SEWatcher



posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 07:28 AM
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LMAO!!!

That was one of the BEST ufo videos I've ever seen!

Hell, of this 1:11 masterpiece, the first 26 seconds were credits.

I think the best use this videographer could make of his camera is to shoot a documentary of him returning it to the store they purchased it from.

If this video is any indication of the basis of PC, I have but 1 thing to say - Lay off the peyote



posted on Aug, 4 2010 @ 01:16 AM
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Many thanks for your reply.

Regarding Alex Collier, I found these two articles of particular interest,as these were statements that he was saying 1996.

www.telegraph.co.uk...

www.rense.com...

Isn't the sun supposed to be having a tantrum today?

Cheers and Light.



posted on Aug, 23 2010 @ 04:14 PM
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I found some of the interviews on Project Camelot interesting, but you always have to question their validity.

I have strong suspicions that B Lear is a still very much an active CIA operative and so is George Green...George Green makes my skin crawl. I use my bullsh*t radar every time I hear things and it often tells me whether this person sounds credible or not. I guess my point is to always use your own judgement and not be swayed by what the "whistleblower" is saying, but how they say it and why. I find it hard to believe that any of the interviewees on PC come forward cos they want to help humanity. The only one I'm inclined to believe is the testimony of "Svali" who is/was an Illuminati insider and who disclosed much information over a period of time before totally disappearing...either by her own volition for her safety...or maybe she was removed, I don't know.

Trust your intuition.



posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 02:11 AM
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Well I just watched PC interviews with David Icke and separate one with Alex Collier. It is indeed interesting information; even if it is not all true it is a new way of thinking about the world and reality and that in my mind is the most important thing.

If they can help us reach a higher consciousness, all the better.

Also: why does someone have to debunk it ? Who are the people doing the debunk? Why? Who do they work for?
Ask yourself questions. Since birth we have been taught rules and limitations. Well I say, SCREW the rules, forget the lies, be free human beings and follow your heart and soul.
edit on 2-3-2011 by Topato because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 12:08 AM
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Well Arkady I don't think I would make good dog food. I'm too old.

PC is fun, entertaining and free. It is just so weird to listen to people talk casually and calmly about bizarre alternate reality stuff as if it were happening on main street every day.

Kerry Cassidy is a terrible interviewer. She is obviously too caught up in the whole paranormal/ufological zeitgeist to simply ask questions and let the subject answer. She also comes across as having something of chip on her shoulder. I actually would like to see Bill Ryan do more of the interviews.

As to the interview subjects and their schtick "take what you want and leave the rest."



posted on Aug, 7 2013 @ 03:57 PM
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Dan Burisch A.K.A Daniel Crain. Was a Las Vegas security guard pretending to be an Area 51 scientist. After that was found out, I started reading the phrase 'Project Scamalot' around the internet.

edit on 7-8-2013 by bugstomper because: Name spelling was incorrect.






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