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Why is the term "Zeta Reticuli" so widely accepted?

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posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 03:37 PM
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Originally posted by 9Cib27
1. What is the "aviary" crowd? In what context does the word "aviary" apply?


The Aviary were a group of government disinfo-agents who fed false information to the UFO community; such as Dulce, such as Majestic-12.




posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 08:43 PM
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I once read that they are actually a species related to reptillians, and they also have a kind of "clone" or "drone" - HOWEVER, they and the reptillians are all from Earth's antiquity - that is, they are not aliens, they were on Earth before/during we evolved! They most likely sell the Zeta Reticuli story in order to deceive people. Perhaps most of the popular UFO cases are designed to sell the idea that they are from other planets, when really we should be looking right on our doostep. I mean, think about it, upon reading the "Lacerta Files" as well as the "Terra Papers" it seems that Earth has been the home to many alien species, and that humans are only a recent addition, that have been genetically modified so eventually we could be used as thier new bodies in some kind of transfer event/rapture.



posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 11:09 PM
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Originally posted by goatfish
That's not entirely true. The "doctor" who was showing Betty the star map asked her if she could show him where she was from. This question implies that the Sun was one of the stars on the star map.


I thought it was the other way around, that Betty asked him to show her where the Bellaro were from (my name for the "aliens').

Either way, why should we assume that Betty's star map represents anything with any degree of accuracy? Betty admitted the map contained many more stars and she drew only those she remembered the best.



posted on Mar, 3 2011 @ 01:17 AM
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Originally posted by WingedBull
I thought it was the other way around, that Betty asked him to show her where the Bellaro were from (my name for the "aliens').

Either way, why should we assume that Betty's star map represents anything with any degree of accuracy? Betty admitted the map contained many more stars and she drew only those she remembered the best.


From Captured! The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Experience

Next Betty interrogated the leader about the location of his home base...

Then the leader crossed the room and pulled map out of an opening in the wall ans asked Betty if she had ever seen a map like it before. She walked ascross the room and leaned against the table, looking up at the oblong map with dots scattered all over it. Some were little, just pinpoints and others were as big as a nickel. On some of the dots, there were curved lines going from one dot to another. Then, there was one large circle with several heavy, solid lines that connected it to another, slightly smaller circle. When Betty asked the leader why some lines were solid and heavy, and others were dotted, he informed her that the broken lines were expeditions.

Next Betty became curious about where the leader's home port was located on the map. When she asked him where he was from, he asked, "Where are you on this map?" Betty laughed and informed him that she didn't know, and he replied, "If you don't know where you are, there wouldn't be any point in my telling you where I am." Then he rolled the map up and put it back in the space in the wall and closed it.


According to the book she said she remembered all the stars that were connected by the routes. She also remembered the 3 stars which were not connected but brighter and larger than the background stars. Of course whether someone could both remember and accurately draw the relative positions under hypnosis is up for debate.

Marjorie Fish's criteria for determining the stars included in the star map were not arbitrary. She excluded stars which were too hot or too cold to have a chance of supporting life. Also her match is much less random than other astronomers who wish to debunk her by finding other matches. Her match of stars all lay on a single plane and so the trade routes are actually shortest distance between the stars. All other matches include stars that are widely spread over a 3 dimensional space and so while the stars may appear correct when projected onto a 2d space when viewed from the correct orientation, the stars themselves are not close and the route lines make no sense since they are the shortest distance between the stars.

I'm not sure what I believe on this topic but I think Marjorie Fish has made a convincing case.



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