I suppose for the past several weeks or so, that I've been pondering a thought that occurred to me one day when I observed a lot of unusual
advertisements about military operational security. For those of you who don't know, the military is cracking down hard on EVERYONE for what they
share online, even in a casual setting with seemingly harmless information. This is understandable. But sometimes, unrelated events happen in such a
way with timing that brings about ideas that would normally never happen. Such is the case with me. So bear with me as I share it. I don't claim it
to be true. I simply had a few thoughts, realized I hadn't seen them anywhere else before, and thought I'd share them.
I make no apologies for my brain and how it works. If you don't agree, it's OK.
Having said that, let me state for the record that I am of
the belief that:
1. Nothing happens by accident, and there are no such things as coincidences.
2. The Pentagon does partially fund science "fiction" television shows and movies to help desensitize the public, like "Stargate", "The Event",
"Battlestar Galactica", "V", etc., in preparation for the truth.
Now we move on....
At the time when I had these ideas, I had really began to enjoy "The Event" series. Now, I'm not going to buy it point by point, but watching it and
looking for patterns and correlations to things in real life and considering possibilities...well, if you've seen the series, you'll understand why
it's intriguing to me. Now, during this same time frame, I came across several different unusual ads for operational security that didn't fit the
norm to me. One in particular, was a sign on base that stated, "You never know who is watching"....that's it, nothing else, except the picture of a
huge eyeball. Normally, these ads are accompanied by more information, usually pertaining to communication devices for the sake of the small
percentage who wouldn't know what operational security is about. But this one did not, and it struck me as very odd....even irresponsible and a waste
of space due to it's lack of information. If I were in charge of advertising or trying to get the word out about something, I would NOT have done it
that way....it relayed nothing, except vague oddness that detracted from what I assumed should have been it's intent. Insert No. 1...there are no
coincidences. Ads are approved by multiple levels of people before they make it into view. This was intentional, and yet, with my logical mind, I
could clearly see the glaring flaws in what I thought they were trying to say to the public....or maybe not?
Shortly after this, I saw a television ad, basically laying a foundation of paranoia by stating that the enemy is everywhere, and you never know who
is LISTENING. Now, I've got one ad about watching, one ad about listening, and no specific details about anything. It left me with the notion that
our thoughts are the only safe things, and even those may be in question.
Now, on top of all this, I've been digging deeper into the quantum realm in an attempt to understand our physical world a little better. It's deep,
it's fascinating, and just when I think I've wrapped my brain around a concept, everything comes unwrapped again, but I love it! One of the concepts
is multiple dimensions, and that subatomic particles (the things that make up our entire physical existence) exist in multiple dimensions at the same
time. I won't go into all that any further, but keep this in mind as I continue on....
The past several weeks, I've seen COUNTLESS accounts of people complaining about double, triple, or multiple posts in general. Also, things they send
out gets lost, deleted, or things just go haywire for no reason. The phenomenon is not prejudice to one forum....I've seen it all over the web.
Personally, I think I've experienced a double post maybe 3 times since 1995, until recently.....it's happening ALL THE TIME. What's odd is that I've
also noticed that other people can see these multiple posts sometimes, but the sender only sees one. Or, deleting one deletes ALL of them. And the
peculiarity goes on and on.
Now, the internet is a strange beast, I admit. I don't get it, I don't understand it, I'm not a computer guru. All I know is how to turn on my
laptop, pull up a page, and voila! I can communicate with any number of friends and family around the globe whenever I want. But recently, it seems
to be possessed, almost. Again, nothing happens by accident.
So, one night I'm laying in bed, contemplating all these strange things, and an idea dawned on me. What if computers and cell phone communications
transcend dimensions? What if...when we send out posts, emails, or other communications, we can sometimes see our other versions of us doing the
exact same thing, thus colliding in the cyber world where we just think it's a glitch in the system? AND....if this is true, then the signs are
true...we truly DON'T know who might be watching or listening!
Makes one wonder, doesn't it? If our reality is THAT complicated, then disclosure would send people into the nuthouse by the thousands. Imagine
trying to explain it to average folks...it's impossible. Enter the TV shows and movies to help them out a bit. Just a theory, but it's possible!
edit on 2-2-2011 by Gseven because: content