reply to post by spungy
Thanks for not taking my criticism as a scathing attack as I do appreciate that.
There are some other issues I'd like to address about this, some of which are positive as well as negative.
I don't like how this ET goes out of her way to say that the controllers were not Reptilian but human. I do not know of any investigative literature
that proposed that the ruling elite were Reptilian at that time as this has become a very current speculation as with David Icke and others. So this
seems to be another slip up in the oration as I don't know why it would need to be pointed out by a ET interrogation in 1947. It would bring much
less suspicion if this were an interrogation in say 2001 up to the present but certainly not 1947.
Then there's the problem of a high ranking Domain ET pushing the soul of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria out of his body (not very spiritual
folks) and on top of this not realizing the public sentiment before doing such. This would reek of amateurism. Not of a advanced ET who has
Trillions of years of experience. Not to mention that the ET was not psychic enough to realize that an assassination was afoot, when the female ET
who was about to be electro shocked by the military could. I see a conflict of reasoning here.
There are some really interesting kernels to chew on in this read though and would lead some credence to my speculation of some truths being sprinkled
Such as, I especially liked the theory that it was nothing more than pure boredom that got all of us human souls into the trap that we are not faced
with. I could see that being a high probability for souls who have God like knowledge to outsmart themselves by removing safety checks such as memory
in order to pursue amusement in the very likely need to avoid boredom or stasis. I mean what does a soul that has infinite time on it's hand do?
Certainly not sit on a cloud playing a golden harp forever. We all need diversions is the point.
I also could see the light that departed souls float towards after death being nothing more than a highly charged electrical beam that would
accomplish the memory wipe. And that part of this elaborate subterfuge to keep us here involves using such sources as New Age literature along with
modern scientific investigations to help propagate this scam. Though the thought of it is terrifying to say the least if you think about it some.
Kind of the moth attracted to the flame situation used as a trap. Kind of puts a new morbid light on the death experience. I would hope and pray
that his is not what is really happening and something deep down inside says that it is not.
I also wonder how these for profit companies were able to sprinkle the whole universe with their sexual invention for procreation to eliminate the
need for civilizations to have to keep coming back to them for more creatures to populate the wildlife of their worlds. It would appear that these
corporations would have had to come from the Domain to begin with and would have the spiritual benevolence to know what kind of cat they were letting
out of the bag by introducing sex to the physical universe. This seems like a perverse mistake that is of such monumental proportions that it would
have been stopped on moral grounds long before it got a chance to seed itself through out the entire universe after the damage is done. It would have
also been counter productive to their general profits to do this to begin with. I mean, General Motors has never made a car for the public that was
built to last and suffer little or no mechanical maintenance. This company would go into oblivion before it did such altruistic manufacturing for no
other reason than it would cut their bottom line profits. There is no negotiation with GM either on this topic. Think about it, it's just plain
silly from the corporations stand point to introduce procreation that would sooner or later make them obsolete as soon as the animals had reached
So I found much of this read very interesting. Some of it is suspicious, reeking of Royal propaganda, Some of it just plain silly, and some of it
contradicting in the extreme.
I recommend that members here at ATS do read this as it may challenge them to think a little more out of the box or in new ways that they may not have
considered in the past. But do read it with a big grain of salt I advise.