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ex-USAF black projects colonel writes children's book about a boy and his pet Reptile! (?!)

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posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 06:59 PM
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Another request in the FBI file commands interest. In 1979 Air Force Lt. Col. Allan MacLaren wrote the bureau for assistance in locating Tesla’s papers, explaining that some of the inventor’s research – by then more than 40 years old – was of interest to unspecified Department of Defense activities. MacLaren received the same explanation as previous requesters: the FBI had not participated in the disposition of Tesla’s effects. After leaving the Air Force four years later MacLaren went to work for Lockheed-Martin, retired in 2003, and then abruptly self-published a children’s book, Here Comes Albert, about a boy who must keep the existence of his pet reptile a secret from the press.

www.cornucopia3000.com...


I just purchased this book ("Here Comes Albert!") off Amazon ... curious to read it ...
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posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 07:19 PM
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i have reviewed some excerpts from the book and my first thought was is this a childrens book. Seems to have some very strong undertones after reading a little bit about his military and private career prior to the book.



posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 07:28 PM
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Originally posted by WOWITSNOW
i have reviewed some excerpts from the book and my first thought was is this a childrens book. Seems to have some very strong undertones after reading a little bit about his military and private career prior to the book.


Yeah it seems so odd to me that you have a high-ranking Air Force black projects officer whose entire adult life was spent in the military. Then, one day he retires and -out of the blue - writes a children's book about a boy who has to keep the media from learning about a reptile!

Even more weird is he self-published ... IOW, it was not good enough to get picked-up by a major publishing house but he felt it was so important to tell this story that he actually PAID to publish it!

It just seems too weird to be coincidence.



posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 07:38 PM
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Originally posted by WOWITSNOW
i have reviewed some excerpts from the book and my first thought was is this a childrens book. Seems to have some very strong undertones after reading a little bit about his military and private career prior to the book.


Oh I just saw where you can preview the book via the link ... okay, if this is legitimately a children's book it's the weirdest and most inappropriate ever ... Albert has grown a fondness for flesh so young Matthew goes around collecting old chickens that no one will miss to satiate Albert's bloodlust ...

I can hardly wait to read the chapter "The Search Gets Closer to Home ..."



posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 07:47 PM
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yes I have a 5, 4 and 1yr old and not at any point in time would i read them this book as a bed time story. I love how the parents names bare a strikeing resemblance to a certain company i belived he worked for after reading his bio. He could be a mason was my first thought. For sheep nothing throws up any red flags about a so called children book right.



posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 08:01 PM
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Originally posted by WOWITSNOW I love how the parents names bare a strikeing resemblance to a certain company i belived he worked for after reading his bio.


LOL OMG I didn't even pick-up on that - you're right!

The cops are trying to peg the crime wave on this guy Charles Crabapple and they proceed to reel-off his convictions: armed robbery, assault -- I'm surprised they didn't have rape and child porn in there! Why would you include such a specific list of convictions in a fiction children's book for young readers? Just say "an escaped criminal."

They also reference a police commander - "Captain Stone" ... "Captain Stone's #1 priority" is to capture Albert ... IRL "Captain Stone House" is a well known Alcoholics Anonymous facility in Ohio, where the author - according to his bio - is from ...

All I know is that AA is well known for its TWELVE (ahem) step program ...



posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 08:22 PM
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well your almost there. Remember he is also a [Retired Program Manager at Lockheed (MARTIN) Space Systems Company] August 1988 — June 2003 (14 years 11 months)

Hello the MARTINS, the child's parents in this book.



posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 08:25 PM
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www.linkedin.com...

whoops i forgot to provide proof



posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 08:27 PM
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i would also suggest that he may also be a shriners member. There is only 13chapters in this book
lots of unsaid inuedo.



posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 08:38 PM
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Here Comes Albert, about a boy who must keep the existence of his pet reptile a secret from the press."


So, the U.S.-Air Force and Lockheed-Martin are keeping the Reptilian alien race a secret from the masses? Is that what this is about?


lol..


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posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 08:48 PM
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If that's what you think.

The only facts, as such, are that a life-long black projects officer inexplicably self-published a bizarre children's book after he retired whose plot was about a boy who must keep the existence of his pet reptile a secret from the media. He'd never written a book off any kind before and he's not written a book of any kind since.

Any conclusions you draw are your own.
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posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 08:58 PM
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SO TRUE, speculation is strictly that. Just a discussion with ideas put on a table. Just an intresting observating post by the O.P.



posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 09:07 PM
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Well what do you think? Is that what you were hinting at? You didn't really explain it.

Anytime I see the words "reptile" and "black project" on ATS I think about the reptilians that are supposed to be feeding off my emotions in exchange for technology. Give me back my happy thoughts you scaley-basturds!

It could be more along the lines of the book "Animal Farm" and the Reptile is the military industrial complex that craves death and destruction, and the boy must keep their thirst for war/flesh a secret so they can keep rolling in the dough against the moral discretion of The People.



posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 09:18 PM
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you know more then me about that subject. I just know about things such as the masons, and lockhead martin and moffett field from family experience. I would love to hear your critique on what you interpret the book as. Lets put all this pennie's of thought together to make a valued dollar. But in my opinion such as the o.p. a valued member of the air force/ lockhead martin/ would have lots to say, regardless of what he uses to expresses his thoughts. He is still locked into disclosure boundries and being apart of any branch of military that always take's presidence on anything.



posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 10:17 PM
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So it is forbbiden to write child's book if you worked in the military ? You've got to be a nurse, a teacher or Angelina Jolie to like kids and create a story for them ? That dude has 4 grandchildren, he wants to entertain them and share what they liked. That's so paranormal, right.

This mess is nothing but a patchwork of urban legends, as pills say, that doesn't makes sense : a guy wrote a child's book about a kid and his pet crocodile to warn us (adults) about reptilians and the majestic 12 while the only hints you've got are :

- Kid parents are named Martin as Lockheed Martin (or Martin Scorcese, or Martin Luther King).

- He used a part of a AA facility nickname (Stone) to name one thing in the book, considering AA's program have 12 step, it must refer to the majestic 12 (or Sharon Stone, or Stonehenge, or my stairs which are in stone and have... oh sweet jesus, 12 steps).

Considering the fact that his audience (except 20/30 something years old guys who are looking for conspiracy theories in child's books, not the wider one isn't it ?) must be around 7yo, do you think he wants to tell our kids that Scorcese is trying to shoot a movie in Stonehenge, endangering crocodiles ?

Do you realise now how stupid that sounds ?
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posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 10:58 PM
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Considering the fact that his audience (except 20/30 something years old guys who are looking for conspiracy theories in child's books, not the wider one isn't it ?) must be around 7yo, do you think he wants to tell our kids that Scorcese is trying to shoot a movie in Stonehenge, endangering crocodiles ?

Do you realise now how stupid that sounds ?
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You're the only person in this thread who has said that. No one except you. If you think it "sounds stupid" you can make the choice not to say it. The power is yours.



posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 11:03 PM
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Wordplaying much ?



posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 11:06 PM
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Originally posted by tooo many pills
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Well what do you think? Is that what you were hinting at? You didn't really explain it.


I wasn't hinting at anything. I've done nothing but post a link to some provable facts. You can choose to interpret them however you see fit. I have no power to influence what conclusions you, on your own, reach from my posts.



posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 11:07 PM
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Originally posted by BobbyTarass
Wordplaying much ?


Englishing? Know it?



posted on Feb, 4 2011 @ 07:00 PM
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I wasn't hinting at anything. I've done nothing but post a link to some provable facts. You can choose to interpret them however you see fit. I have no power to influence what conclusions you, on your own, reach from my posts.


Ok, so then why did you post this in the Aliens and UFO forum?



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