posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 10:00 AM
reply to post by NoRegretsEver
Thanks NRE for bringing this to our collective attention. When looking through it I wondered, was this really compiled when they say it was compiled,
or was it simply manufactured to suggest it was? Does anyone have any first hand knowledge of these "audio letters" during the time purported?
Additionally, if they were truly "audio" letters, then there must have been actual audio associated with each letter. It would be interesting to
hear the original letters for ourselves, rather than transcripts. They sound like a newsletter of sorts, so their must have been subscribers right?
Additionally, the source information establishing Peter Beter's existence is questionable. Of course, citing Wikipedia has always been questionable.
When you look at the sources for the wiki entry for Peter Beter, many of them either don't say what they're supposed to, are absent of any real
information, or are simply links to Beter's transcribed audio letters. What I did find is that Beter likely did exist, and was considered a
conspiracy theorist and pretty much a comic relief on the political scene.
I always want to keep an open mind on everything, but not without a healthy dose of scrutiny. I'd be more likely to give credence to these letters if
I could actually hear them for myself. In the end, if the letters did actually exist as the OP suggests, then it may very well be another treasure
trove of intelligence that has been hidden from the masses for whatever reason.
In the very least, it makes for some great science fiction! I'm sure we've all seen some of the themes discussed in his audio letters in movies from
the past 35+ years.