posted on Jun, 30 2011 @ 09:15 PM
reply to post by Swanseadog
Montauk is one of those deep dilemmas in our understanding of covert operations on this planet. Allegations made about what happened there have been
Yet, oddly, there is another piece of semi-fiction released this year that touches on Montauk. It is the "private galley review copy" of a book
tentatively titled "Sands of Time." It is billed as Book One in a series to be called "The Tempus Fugit Chronicles." (For those weak in their
Latin "tempus fugit" translates roughly to "time flies.")
It is claimed by its authors to be a true story where most of the names have been changed to "protect the innocent."
It suggests, in short, that the time travel experiments started at Montauk finally panned out, and resulted in a technology currently being secretly
used to protect the earth from undue ET incursions.
I am so inclined to label this latest release as just more disinfo! It deals with concepts that are so on the edge of believability that even if it
had 100 witnesses to back up every detail, with full documentation available it would be difficult to convince the average person of any of it.
It appears that the Montauk Chronicles will be sensationalizing this data to a certain extent, and playing up the abduction aspect of it. But there is
no denying that the data are quite sensational. I just hope we come to understand it well enough before it's too late.