posted on May, 16 2011 @ 03:38 AM
I've spent the last couple of hours (fortunately I can multitask) listening to Alex Collier based on this thread. He says a lot of interesting
things, and shows some interesting pictures.... and on youtube he has a lot of newer interviews. I like a lot of what he has to say, want to believe
in a lot of what he has to say.... but how can you believe anything he says when earlier on in his lectures, specifically the ones linked to this
thread, that state certain things will happen by certain dates... no more New York or California, aliens becoming widely known, the missing children,
the bases on the moon, Atlantis, and so on... that never happened in the years he states emphatically, which was years ago. He has certainly become a
more polished speaker and no doubt makes more money for a lecture than he did back then... but if he states in no uncertain terms, that some things
will happen, and then don't.... can we believe him at all? Is he a con, was he duped, did he misunderstand..... what? Call it prediction, call it
prophecy, call it intuition, call it inside information, but when you say something will Absolutely happen and it doesn't.... how can you believe in
anything else he says? As I said, I like what he has to say. But what he said would happen, just plain didn't happen. Listen to the link, listen
to his newer lectures. So far he makes no mention of his.... mistakes. Just keeps talking about what will happen in the future. Anyone can do that.
Credibility is important so he should defend his past declarations that did not come true!