reply to post by watchZEITGEISTnow
IMO ET's are real and have been coming to Earth for thousands of years, if not longer.
IMO History as it's taught to us, is more or less fiction woven with fine threads of truth and half-truths for believability.
IMO I realize the majority of us know virtually nothing about the Universe (multiverse) we inhabit, and conventional science spews out theory
presented and taught as fact, in order to cover our ignorance.
BUT..alarm bells ALWAYS ring, whenever a video, an e-mail or even a face to face conversation, starts out by stating that if we do not agree with
it's message or content, then we are to be considered and consider ourselves 'SLOW'..
This is how this video started out. Using pseudo-psychological traps, to ensnare the viewer with the fear of ridicule. The fear of being branded
mentally sub-par for not seeing and agreeing with the message.
This is an age old tactic of coercion, targeting the unwary. If the message and the messenger were on the level, and held clear, unassailable evidence
to back it/them up, no such underhand tactic would be required.
Connecting the dots to a 'blood ritual' (chapter 1), is SO subjective it is not worth serious consideration.
A pentagram, connecting various cities and monuments can be achieved anywhere on Earth! I could take any map and perform the same thing. There is no
mention of why
Chicago,IL was chosen to be a point of the pentagram, nor was there reason given to the significance of any of the other points
either. They appeared to be a random selection of places, chosen simply to accommodate and more or less fit with the design the editor wanted to draw;
i.e. a pentagram.
The only portion of the video that held any genuine interest for me, was the section showing the five pointed star shaped object. Although
interesting, we were given no scale, nor links to examine the original media it was found in for ourselves.
Apart from that, the editing and construction of the video was (IMO) quite irritating. The titles were annoying, inasmuch as they would scroll up the
screen, drawing our attention to this section or that, only to cover up the section of seabed we were being instructed to examine! The diagonal and
swirling wipes were distracting too.
All in all, given that i have a very real, lifelong interest in the subjects the video professes to cover, i was not impressed at all.
These are my honest impressions and opinions of the video, in no way am i trying to belittle anyone for what they happen to believe about this video.
I will not suggest they are 'slow' or dim witted. if they don't happen to agree with me, unlike the author of this video.
Thank you for your time and trouble in posting though mate.