Greetings from a Dying Man

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posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:02 AM
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Hey boss.

You could just make a picture of yourself holding a paper saying "HEY ATS!"

After all you have nothing to lose especially if you say you are dying. Do this in your next thread and all shall believe.

Im only 19 so all my respect to you. Also would be interesting to hear what you think about afterlife?




posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:03 AM
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As soon as you reach the 20 post mark you will be able to create your own thread.



posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:04 AM
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Alonzo, you stated that you previously had many friends who were Free Masons. You also indicated that you were talked into joining the Shriners. May I ask in what lodge were you initially raised in?



posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:07 AM
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Hello again Mr. Typer,

I am not trying to be confrontational, but there is just one little point you may be able to clear up:


Originally posted by AlonzoTyper

I suppose those of you kind enough to take the time to read my introduction and warn of me of the more...skeptical members, were right indeed.

I dont know anything about any Illuminati other than what Ive read in the DaVinci Code. I had many friends that were Freemasons. And heck I joined the local Elks Lodge, and was talked into being a Shriner. These are groups similar to Freemasonry, with less secrecy I suppose, leading people to have less interest in making accusations of dubious activities.


Sir, I am a Mason, Lacombe, LA lodge and I happen to be be pretty darn certain of the following:


Despite its theme, the Shrine is not connected to Islam. It is a men's fraternity rather than a religion or religious group.
Its only religious requirement is indirect: all Shriners must be Masons, and petitioners to Freemasonry must profess a belief in a Supreme Being.
To further minimize confusion with religion, the use of the word "Temple" to describe Shriners' buildings has been replaced by "Shrine Center," although individual local chapters are still called "Temples."
Until 2000, before being eligible for membership in the Shrine, a person had to complete either the Scottish Rite or York Rite degrees of Masonry,[8] but now any Master Mason can join.[9]


Source, yeah I know, Wiki!

Just checking. By the way, no one is ever "talked into" being a Mason. You only have to ask!

Thank you for your time, Sir,
73's,
Tom
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posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:08 AM
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I remain skeptical and if you are as old as you say, impressed with your use of modern vernacular when speaking of computer and internet related topics.

One obvious point to note is that you haven't actually provided any information about the secrets you claim to have.

If you are telling the truth then please accept my apologies for doubting, if you are not telling the truth then you have come to the right place for exposure.



posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:09 AM
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AlonzoTyper,

Please understand that this website is full of people who are seeking definite proof of aliens and to satisfy their suspicions that we are being lied too, When someone comes along and claims to have worked and witnessed possible "other-worldly" craft, its going to create an impression, especially when they claim to be 90 years old.

ATS is notoriously good at scaring people away, but its also good at finding frauds.

The best piece of advice i ever received and will pass onto you is that you will soon see those who are very very skeptical...almost with another agenda type of people...but DON'T let them scare you away!

Ignore them, its the best thing to do...or report them if they go off topic!

Anyways, welcome and i look forward to any threads you produce!



posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:10 AM
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I would like to clarify a few things.

I now understand there are many of you who are less than pleased with the short biography I have presented. I have browsed through some of the topics on this website, and there are some very outlandish claims and characters making claims.

I am not someone like John Lear, (who I met on occasion and have the utmost respect for), but clearly makes some bold claims about being "in the know"

I'm not sure what type of proof I could possibly offer, my paychecks and other documents from my working days are long gone. I have pictures of myself with various members of the government, military, aerospace executives, but most are in storage somewhere. I will speak with my wife about possibly locating these, and scanning them.

I also understand that sadly, there are some of you who will never believe a word a say, even if I had the ability to walk on water, and had pictures of myself shaking hands with an alien being.

Please allow me the time to decide on where I would like to start, and hopefully the attacks will eventually die down when it is seen that I do know what I'm talking about



posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:11 AM
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It certainly is a wonderful intro thread and well written by someone with a keen sense and an active imagination.

But I can't see how anyone actually buys this?


I mean no disrespect and am not saying anything personal about the OP, just that.... hello people.... this is the internet...



posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:14 AM
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I don't recall him saying he was a mason, he said he joined the Elks Lodge. www.elks.org...



posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:16 AM
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This got me thinking, the other day I was talking to my girlfriend and I said, Imagine if Jesus was to come down to Earth right now. Who would believe it was him? He'd walk on water, we'd say hoax/magician. He'd turn water into wine, we'd do the same thing. We are always passing judgement on others even if they are who they say they are.



posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:17 AM
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Originally posted by Irish614
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I don't recall him saying he was a mason, he said he joined the Elks Lodge. www.elks.org...


Hello Irish,

I quoted him above saying he was talked into becoming a Shriner.

Look up above...

Thanks,
Tom



posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:18 AM
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Welcome to the sanest loony bin on the internet, sir.

I for one am willing to reserve judgment. So far, your linguistic patterns indicate that you are most likely the age you claim to be, though it is not impossible that a good impostor with a decent understanding of how different generations speak and write could produce the same work.

For the record, these are linguistic examples of why I cannot say you are a fraud:

"ET's and UFO's" use of apostrophe in plural form of "exotic" terms, common in older individuals with less-than-ideal primary education, close cousin to the greengrocer's apostrophe
"taken a drink" form is typical of those born before the Baby Boom
"I have certainly seen objects both in the air, and on the ground, that to me looked 'otherworldly.'" an impostor would likely have punctuated that clause differently, with the first comma falling after "objects" in order to appear more proper, but giving away their younger grammar in so doing.
Generally, word-usage is typical of a person born before the Baby Boom
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These are gray-area examples of locution:
Pervasive use of "that" when "which" would be expected
Use of passive voice in an unexpected and improper way
Lack of expected hyphenation

I am skeptical, in the dictionary sense, but I am listening.



posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:19 AM
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do you honestly believe this is genuine... some naive posters on here .that is all



posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:21 AM
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Originally posted by AlonzoTyper
I would like to clarify a few things.

I now understand there are many of you who are less than pleased with the short biography I have presented. I have browsed through some of the topics on this website, and there are some very outlandish claims and characters making claims.

I am not someone like John Lear, (who I met on occasion and have the utmost respect for), but clearly makes some bold claims about being "in the know"

I'm not sure what type of proof I could possibly offer, my paychecks and other documents from my working days are long gone. I have pictures of myself with various members of the government, military, aerospace executives, but most are in storage somewhere. I will speak with my wife about possibly locating these, and scanning them.

I also understand that sadly, there are some of you who will never believe a word a say, even if I had the ability to walk on water, and had pictures of myself shaking hands with an alien being.

Please allow me the time to decide on where I would like to start, and hopefully the attacks will eventually die down when it is seen that I do know what I'm talking about


Hello Mr. Typer

You're still quite sharp at your age, good for you. Is your wife the same age? Just wondering because it sounds like you might ask her to search through storage at, possibly, her old age as well... hope she is healthy and well.

So let's get down to brass tacks. Have you been a part of any projects that have never been leaked or disclosed to the public? If so, please eloborate.

Also, you say that things were so compartmentalized that one wouldn't know how many floors were in the building... sounds like an underground base. At what underground bases have you worked in? Can you speak of the spiderweb of underground bases throughout the United States?

Good day to you.
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posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:21 AM
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welcome

sry to hear about your condition but congratulations on living a full and long life..

im really looking forward to your posts, i hope you can give us some detailed insight into the things you have seen

thank you again

i wish you the greatest luck in the world with what time you have left.

have a lovely weekend

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posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:22 AM
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Irish,

A man of his age just does not join the Shriners as someone might join the Elks Lodge. There are specific pre-requisites involved. I was hoping he could enlighten us as to his journey on becoming a Shriner, but apparently he is unable to.



posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:22 AM
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@ ATS members in general, I'd say, give the fella a break.
It's not as if he has posted any claims that are likely to cause any problems.
He just posted a short intro.
Untill he creates some threads and makes some claims about what he knows, leave him be.

Hi Al, I look forward to reading any threads you may wish to begin.
And if you are truly ill, I hope you can find some comfort and peace in your remaining time with us.
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posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:24 AM
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Glad I read this intro, normally they don't have a profound effect on me.. But I really appreciated this post!


Welcome!

the journeys you have taken during your 90 rotations of the sun have made you wise =]
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posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:25 AM
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May I ask a personal question. Seeing as you claim to be 90 years old, how old is your wife. I'm quite curious...


Des



posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 11:25 AM
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Hello Sentinel,

The prerequisite is that you are Master Mason, as of 2000.
Before that you had complete the Scottish or York Rite levels.

I posted this above.

Thanks,
Tom





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