If one examines the line of questioning and the line of answers they appear to be off track, not fluid as one with something to tell. A few hand
gestures 'out of place'. I believe the fellow was out to make some money off a video he became aware of. This doesn't imply he actually met one. He
doesn't appear to know more than what the video revealed and is basing his personal opinions on the testimonies of others. This is why he appears
hesitant. I believe he saw an ET though did not speak with them telepathically, but who knows, maybe the ET was able to COM to him? Either way, it
often doesn't pay to be so sure about such matters. Tricky sitrep. to rep.
Often a false witness will reveal certain clues during the interview to ensure he is not taken seriously by one in the know of such things. The
professionals often involve certain hand gestures as well as part truth mixed with part fiction though in such a way that only one with a cosmic
security clearance or non terrestrial officer clearance would be able to ascertain the difference. When you see enough videos and pay close attention
to the details of the delivery, it's obvious if you ask me though one can never be so sure what they are 'looking' at. Professional CAD developers
and visual programmers can be extremely difficult to debunk by sight alone. For these reasons I rarely comment on ET videos.
Sounds like the fellow forgot to cut a hole where the mouth was on his mask.
Seems like an innocent mistake though sometimes those are the ones you have to look out for.
If S.O. folks have enough time on their hands, why would one be surprised what they come up with?
The digital computer graphics in Avatar, 3D and multidimensional hologram technology, modern costume and makeup in the film studios.
I happened to sneak into the Planet of the Apes Sony Studios set in Culver City, CA back in 2000.
I just happened to be in the studio next door involved in the filming of a court drama series, "Boston Legal" if my memory serves you. I remember the
camera man being disturbed about the 'digital revolution' I mentioned that put their jobs at risk. A good example of one who may prefer not to hear
the truth whether its good for them or not.
As for the Planet of the Apes set, it was amazing how real the Apes appeared in person and the set was extraordinary when seen from short distance.
It appeared very real though you could feel 'no life' or energy as you would from a set in nature. Reminds myself of the amazing
'Glass Flower Museum
' at Harvard of which the technology was lost due to the 'collateral' damage
done to the factory during a bombing campaign in Germany. To this day, the technology is lost, unless someone knows more. If so, I'm
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