posted on Nov, 29 2011 @ 05:15 PM
Yes, it's lengthy, and at least it has numerous references. In terms of the amount of work involved, it is impressive compared to most posts on ATS. I
would say Isaac Koi has done similar work, but it is rare on ATS. But the Urantia Book is also lengthy. The astrology books written by Dane Rudyard
are lengthy. L. Ron Hubbard's writings on scientology are lengthy.
Don't confuse length with erudition.
We have multiple references to David Icke, then we have Bill Hicks and Steven Greer, plus the Camelot Project.
Those people and that project are completely discredited. There isn't an ounce of truth in what these guys have to say. Project Camelot is totally
bogus, though a nice disinformation project.
And that means, so is this.
edit on 11/29/2011 by schuyler because: spelling