posted on Jan, 19 2011 @ 09:51 AM
The thing is, it's not even because one would not have any confidence in Lear's sincerity and integrity that we would have to directly dismiss
Fact is, Lear could well have used Lazar for his own purposes, even though they're friends. Whether Lazar is the real thing or not is not the only
question there, we have 2 things to decide:
1. Did that regression really happen and is this the real transcript?
2. Whether or not it happened, is what Lazar claims to be a genuine story, real or is it itself made up?
Like Gazrok, I have not decided on Lazar yet. Too much both sides. Personnally, I do not trust anything from Lear, but then again, it could be a real
regression and its correct transcription, simply because Lear likes to use it in his own ways and for his own purposes. Those ways and purposes may be
different to Lazar's.
edit on 19-1-2011 by SpookyVince because: (no reason given)