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Originally posted by Gradius Maximus
reply to post by TheTruthSeeker1996
What do you want? A photograph of the president shaking hands with a grey?
One of the most trusted and respected astronauts of the USA has come forward and said "Aliens Exist"
This isnt some guy sitting in his mothers basement reading ATS, watching Youtube.
This is a man who has been in space.
I'm personally weighing the scale, right now im teetering towards "Aliens definitely exist"
Yet I'm not certain yet who they are, what they are and 'how' they are. Nothing is certain.
Originally posted by FOXMULDER147
It's not a relevant comparison.Obama is simply selling what most people believe (and have done since before history, in one form or another). Mitchell is selling the opposite, what most people don't. If you can't see a crucial difference there I can't help you.
Originally posted by FOXMULDER147
... which proves, it's not about evidence. It's about who says it, and their level of influence.
Originally posted by Logical one
So in the end it's concrete evidence that counts, and as yet Mitchell hasn't come up with any.
Originally posted by TheTruthSeeker1996
Mitchell's disclosure is sorry to say completely useless.
Why? Read on:
I havent seen the interview yet...
Originally posted by Peloquin
reply to post by DocEmrick
So the question is - is there any chance for us to find the ultimate truth within all the crap and disinfo?
I think there is...
Maybe we'll never find the "smoking gun".
But maybe there's the chance to find the bullet holes of ricochets...
Maybe we'll never find pictures of the 4 (?) dead alien bodies recovered in Roswell.
But maybe there's still a sales-slip documenting the Air Force's hastily purchase of 4 child's coffins at a local Roswell mortician in the Summer of 1947.
I don't know how the american tax-system works, but here in Germany we have to give data to the tax authorities for every income we have.
Possibly, also this one mortician in Roswell had to make an account.
Possibly, the chance to find a track like this is very small.
Maybe we'll never see the devil because he hides behind too many masks.
But maybe we'll get him just by the strange smell of sulfur vapor that can be smelled everywhere where he set his foot on.
By the way - don't dead bodies smell?
And how do especially dead alien bodies smell?
Isn't it warm there down in Roswell, New Mexico?
Has probably been a hot day there back in July 1947.
Any reports, that the "dummies" unbelievable stunk?
Get what I mean?
Originally posted by pshea38
But the moon landings are a proven hoax (to those of us with eyes to see and brains to process), so therefore, any disclosures from this man should be viewed with scepticism.
What is the quantum hologram?
The concept of the quantum hologram is based on quantum emissions from all physical objects, you, me, the camera. Any physical object of macroscopic size, molecular and above, emits quanta of energy and absorbs quanta of energy. The quanta emitted from every object we've discovered carries information about the physical. The quantum hologram is this informational structure about a physical object and it is non-local, which means it is not space-time restricted. It appears to be a proper mechanism for explaining virtually all of these types of psychic manifestation that we humans know. We are now beginning to understand what consciousness is, and what we understand so far is that the quantum holographic record survives. It is our history, it records our passage, it records what we do, and it's available to the future. It appears to be nature's way of preserving our experience; that's the non-local part. It's the informational part of us, so that everything we do as physical beings is recorded in the ephemeral quantum holographic record, the giant hard disc in the sky, if you will.
Resource Website: www.cabinetmagazine.org...
I get the distinct impression that most folks around here would rather NOT test Mitchell's believability.