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Updates - Answers from an Alien from Andromeda

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posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 01:53 PM
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It may very well be subject to a disinfo campaign, but I really dont 'think that's the case with Captain Bill, I think that he wants attention, plain and simple, the best way to do that is to put up YouTube videos with all sorts of things people like us listen to, if he had stuck to ONE or TWO point, and not this hodgepodge of every single conspiracy theory out there, maybe he would have been taken more seriously, well at least more seriously than if he had claimed he himself was an alien..

You seem to be stuck on the "It's a disinfo campaign, it's got to be true" bandwagon, and I assume that for some subjects there is an active disinfo campaign, and heck I'd consider Anthra more of a disinfo agent than anyone else, because if you look, any alien topic he's chiming in with "that's false, that's wrong, that's fake" than any of us that are looking at this objectively, listening to ALL the videos and saying hmmmmmmmm, something doesn't add up here, what is it.. hmmmm.. I'll save the rest of my new thought for another time..


There have been some very credible abduction stories which honestly bare looking into further, and maybe they are accurate, heck I have no doubt something happened in Roswell in 1947, and that there is an active coverup of what truly was going on, Mythi is not it.. This is more of a "hey listen to meeeeeeeee meeeeeee meeeeeee" situation..




posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 02:10 PM
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I understand your point and you are entitled to it, whoever you are.

Do you mind if I ask you some questions?

Have you ever heard of HB Gary software for internet persona management?

Do you think there are any people on the internet who pretend to be regular posters but are actually paid to promote certain agendas and/or manipulate/coverup certain other issues?

Have you ever heard of the now defunct firm "Netvocates"? (defunct due to bad PR)

If you think there was legitimate contact at Roswell why was it and still covered up?

If you think there was legitimate contact at Roswell wouldn't it make sense to have developed and continued as opposed to being just a one time accident?

It has pretty much been shown the location of the Roswell "accident" has special latitude and distance from the equator:

www.bibliotecapleyades.net...

Leading most who have noticed this to realize it was no accident.



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 02:30 PM
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Posters like the above know all this. So why do they bother to post? My contention is they are desperate to influence the thinking of others and are hoping that those reading posts such as this will be intellectually lazy and not look at the videos for themselves and not come to their own conclusions - but just be lazy and listen to the opinions others want them to have.

Disprove this: If even some of the information in the videos is true, let's say hypothetically speaking, it would be subject to an intense disinformation campaign/coverup from the government and the globalists/oligarchs.


Desperate? Are you kidding? I could honestly care less what people believe. And aside from wanting to spread truth and sanity, I don't have an agenda. Unlike the creator of the videos, who clearly does. Not listening to complete and utter rubbish isn't being intellectually lazy. It's called not wasting your time and something a complete nutter thought up. You really think people have 78 hours of their precious time to listen to such incredible gibberish? Perhaps your time isn't better spent - for most people, it is. I listen to some of about 10 videos. There is no way I'd waste my time listening to more, as I know it's all baloney.

SOME of the video information can't be true. Because that is how good ol' Captain Bill sold it. Either you believe this alien has insider information on all global conspiracies, our future, and all civilizations around us, or it's complete bunk. I choose to believe it's bunk, because of the ridiculous nature of many of the claims.



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 03:11 PM
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Originally posted by PlanetXisHERE
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I understand your point and you are entitled to it, whoever you are.

Do you mind if I ask you some questions?

Have you ever heard of HB Gary software for internet persona management?

Do you think there are any people on the internet who pretend to be regular posters but are actually paid to promote certain agendas and/or manipulate/coverup certain other issues?

Have you ever heard of the now defunct firm "Netvocates"? (defunct due to bad PR)

If you think there was legitimate contact at Roswell why was it and still covered up?

If you think there was legitimate contact at Roswell wouldn't it make sense to have developed and continued as opposed to being just a one time accident?

It has pretty much been shown the location of the Roswell "accident" has special latitude and distance from the equator:

www.bibliotecapleyades.net...

Leading most who have noticed this to realize it was no accident.





I actually had to look up that company, so no i hadn't heard of it, but it looks like they make IT Services based malware defense software, not "persona" software... I can see where one of their products descriptions could have been misread by someone along the line though..

As far as people paid to post and present disinfo, hell yeah, run into a few over the years, wonderfully fun people they are, in fact.... nah, not gonna go there


I remember Netvocates, Lockheed-Martin used them to try and do a hatchet job on a 3d board i belong to back when L-M was going after modelers that were making CGI of their planes...didn't work too well though. There are a few places that have taken over for them over the years, there's one, I can't remember the name offhand, but they specialize in having people go to UFO / Paranormal boards and either claim to be an alien that's there to refute speculation or they are a professional paranormal researcher that's there to push out volumes of research on why experience X could not in a million years happen. I hear their people get paid like 90 bucks an hour, not chump change by any means...but it's still dubious at best..

I think that there was "something" at Roswell, I haven't a clue what the something is.. I think there's also been a few "somethings" at Montauk again, I would be guessing at what those could possibly be... contact? Possibly, a more likely scenario is that something crashed, the occupant was dead on impact and they've been covering up the technology ever since, I can't see a live extra-terrestrial willingly being held captive for too long without calling home to mamma..

I would have to look more at the final thought you posted, I'm not too familiar with it, and would sound like a total flake if I tried to even address it, but it seems likely if that is the case that it was no accident, again, can't say one way or the other, I know not enough about it...



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 04:00 PM
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Originally posted by PlanetXisHERE
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I find it kind of funny that you say in one sentence that your are a genuine skeptic and the one above says you have had experiences involving two of the archangels - and I think you mentioned living on another planet somewhere else - it is funny in the truly humorous sense not the sense that I'm laughing at you - but I'm not here to judge.


Yes, but that is actually the point. There are plenty of things which I do not believe in at all. There are certain people within the channelling community, who I'm comfortable with viewing as complete, commercialistic frauds.

So my saying that I've had experiences with two of the archangels doesn't necessarily make me insane, gullible, or an attention seeking narcissist. It simply means that I've had something happen, where I've been able to verify certain characteristics of the experience after the fact, via artwork and various other people's descriptions closely matching mine, to the point where I'm satisfied that yes, on maybe 2-3 occasions, something real did happen. That also doesn't mean that I'm going to go on the talk show circuit, or Oprah etc, and want to make large amounts of money from impressionable people.

The single biggest source of confusion that most people have regarding skepticism, is that the abusers of that term have caused us to come to believe, that a skeptic is simply someone who does not believe that virtually anything, at least outside of the purely physical, exists.

I consider a real skeptic, not to be someone who blindly insists that nothing anomalous can happen, but more to be someone who, while open to that possibility, insists on testing things in order to verify whether or not they are true.

Odd things can happen. It is not the point of skepticism to say outright that they do not, but rather, if we can demonstrate that said odd things did in fact happen, to set about determining the principles by which said odd things operate.



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 04:05 PM
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Originally posted by vkey08
I think that there was "something" at Roswell, I haven't a clue what the something is.. I think there's also been a few "somethings" at Montauk again, I would be guessing at what those could possibly be... contact? Possibly, a more likely scenario is that something crashed, the occupant was dead on impact and they've been covering up the technology ever since, I can't see a live extra-terrestrial willingly being held captive for too long without calling home to mamma..


To quote the Borg Queen, our thoughts are one here, vkey.


This is a very similar perspective to my own. I think something happened at Roswell, but trying to figure out what said something was at this point, is the real challenge. I've also learned enough about hermeticism to be able to verify that either a] something very real did happen at Montauk, or b] whoever came up with the story is sufficiently familiar with certain elements of magick, that the story is sufficiently interesting for me anyway.



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 04:09 PM
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Originally posted by fleabit

I could honestly care less what people believe. And aside from wanting to spread truth and sanity


These two statements are logically contradictory.




because of the ridiculous nature of many of the claims.


If you feel so strongly why don't you specify which claims you find ridiculous?



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 04:13 PM
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If you feel so strongly why don't you specify which claims you find ridiculous?


I feel as strongly about this as I do about a sitcom. I personally don't feel it even needs debunking - it does that perfectly well on its own.

And I agree - Roswell was something alien, and yes, the government covered it up. I don't know if we've used the technology from that crash - but I think not much, I have a feeling it's beyond what we have the ability to reverse technology.



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 04:19 PM
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Originally posted by petrus4

Originally posted by vkey08
I think that there was "something" at Roswell, I haven't a clue what the something is.. I think there's also been a few "somethings" at Montauk again, I would be guessing at what those could possibly be... contact? Possibly, a more likely scenario is that something crashed, the occupant was dead on impact and they've been covering up the technology ever since, I can't see a live extra-terrestrial willingly being held captive for too long without calling home to mamma..


To quote the Borg Queen, our thoughts are one here, vkey.


This is a very similar perspective to my own. I think something happened at Roswell, but trying to figure out what said something was at this point, is the real challenge. I've also learned enough about hermeticism to be able to verify that either a] something very real did happen at Montauk, or b] whoever came up with the story is sufficiently familiar with certain elements of magick, that the story is sufficiently interesting for me anyway.


I could see B being a distinct possibility, I don't know which idea I'd give more weight to but overwhelmingly something went on.. As long as they aren't cybernetic beings form the future out to enslave mankind I'm thinking we'll be ok, for now... ya know Resistance is Futile.......


When I switched my profession I went into CG modeling, and i've had the distinct pleasure to work with a lot of the Trek ship designers, including on my rebuild of the Relativity, and we've gotten into the discussion man times about how scary Roddenberry's future really was when you look back on some of the toys they used in Trek and see them in general usage now, like the PADDs (iPad) Communicators (modern handheld cellphones) etc etc... We've all often wondered if he knew something and that was his way of bringing it to the masses without coming out and saying it...



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 04:24 PM
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Originally posted by fleabit
I personally don't feel it even needs debunking - it does that perfectly well on its own.



And yet here you are debunking it...............................



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 04:26 PM
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I understand completely what you mean. As I said, I'm not here to judge. I would like to hear more about your experiences on another world - do you have a thread you can link to?



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 04:30 PM
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Originally posted by vkey08
I could see B being a distinct possibility, I don't know which idea I'd give more weight to but overwhelmingly something went on..


Ah. You'll note that just because I said that whoever came up with the account must have known a lot about magick, I didn't also say that I disbelieve in magick myself. *grin*


As long as they aren't cybernetic beings form the future out to enslave mankind I'm thinking we'll be ok, for now... ya know Resistance is Futile.


I truthfully love the Borg...and yet I don't love Ray Kurzweil. Go figure.


Communicators (modern handheld cellphones) etc etc... We've all often wondered if he knew something and that was his way of bringing it to the masses without coming out and saying it...


Oh, I'm quite certain that old Gene and Majel Barret both knew quite a bit more than they let on. I'd be very surprised if Gene wasn't actually a contactee in some sense of the word, although that doesn't necessarily mean in purely corporeal (or even conscious) terms. ET can be a sly and subtle creature...he has his ways, he does.

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posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 04:30 PM
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Vkey, you sound like you have lived a very interesting life.

I don't think it's possible to read this article on Roswell and still think the crash was an accident:

www.bibliotecapleyades.net...

Would like to hear your thoughts on it, if you have time sometime to peruse it.

Here is another good article on the war for our minds and opinions being waged on the internet.

www.dailycensored.com...



posted on Jun, 8 2012 @ 08:54 AM
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For an alien race.. the Borg are ok... I much prefer the Jem Hadar... Genetically bred reptilian fighters that don't sleep, don't eat and don't fool around
plus their ships are killer....



posted on Jun, 8 2012 @ 06:18 PM
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If you can get hold of the very first print of The Nine by Phyllis Schlemmer (spelling) you will find Gene Rodenburry wrote the foreword to the book. (God how I wish I had kept my copy...seen it for sale on Amazon for £50!).

Anyhow, apparently Gene spent a lot of time with Phyllis and it is from her tran_chanellings that he got the idea for Star Trek, but more so for Andromeda. If you can get to read his forword, I would agree that Mr Rodenburry was not only a believer but did indeed know a lot more than he let on through star Trek and Andromeda.

Rainbows
Jane



posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 02:07 PM
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Realy good thread thanks for putting all the info right ther making it easy for me to scan through and watch my fav of his vids was the chaplin1 it seems so relivant to todays goings on mr chaplin I'll give you this u dint say much but from what I heard there u made wat u say count! That over with here is my opinion this gut is not an alian he is
A confused lonley man somtimes I think people want so bad for aliens to be real they become 1 them selves to try to trick others into having there way of thinking I'm a beliver but this is just a bit far fetched again great thread tho



posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 07:28 PM
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Originally posted by PlanetXisHERE
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I understand completely what you mean. As I said, I'm not here to judge. I would like to hear more about your experiences on another world - do you have a thread you can link to?


I'm not going to claim that I've been to another planet.

I will claim that I've had impressions and mental imagery at times, which have been consistent with what other people have said about the Sirians, which I haven't really been able to account for, and which I've considered interesting.

There are, however, numerous possible materialistic explanations for such. Memories of going to certain places as a child or earlier in life, which I've largely forgotten consciously; or maybe just a vivid imagination.

I will claim, on the other hand, to be around 85% certain that I have had at least one experience, (and possibly more than one) specifically corresponding with what J. Allen Hynek defined as a Close Encounter of the Fourth Kind; more commonly known as an alien abduction, involving the usual combination of entities known as the Short (standard) and Tall Nosed Grey.

My main reasons for believing in the validity of the experience, are years of nightmares with consistent subject matter, (practically throughout the entirety of my adolescence) fear to the point of physical rigidity, refusal to sleep before sunrise, and elements of said nightmares which I recently found corresponded with David M. Jacobs' descriptions. The most striking element of this, was my clear recollection (and considerable fear resulting from) the experience which Jacobs describes as, "Mindscan."
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posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 08:47 PM
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Hey all! Peace and friendship! Long awaited video # 80 is finally out!

Summary:

Topic One - Sun triangle
Yes, the triangle seen on the Sun is a transportation portal. Apparently all systems Suns represent an equilibrium point in reference to adjacent systems and thus the focus of high energy detectable over cosmic distances. "Inner" NASA did not censor the images in order to cause some confusion in the alternative media. (I don't understand this last point)

Topic Two - the moon and rational for the portal
The moon was calibrated and adjusted in orbit about a billion years ago to provide the "goldilocks" conditions the earth experiences. To do this large ships had to be transported here, that is when the portal was created.

Topic Three - Ships recharging from the Sun
Over the past few months many sphere's have been seen to seem to be absorbing solar flares near the "surface" of the Sun (I know the Sun has no well-defined surface). The energy from the Sun aids them in recharging their energy concentrators. When traveling through portals much energy is needed. (note - it was mentioned before many large flares have been deflected away from earth)

Topic Four - Planet X/Nibiru
Apparently one of the alien races has modified it's orbit and it will now not pass as close to earth as it's orbit would have indicated last year, causing much less destruction.

Topic Five - Sun polarity reversal
As the Sun approaches the plane of the Galactic equator, it will begin a polarity reversal. This could cause instability and high radiation, coupled with the weakening magnetosphere of earth could cause harmful radiation for us. Mythi says this possible solar radiation is the main reason for the PTB bunker building spree.

Topic Six - help for the non-elites
Apparently some alien races will be helping to build shelters for those of us who survive the upcoming depopulation plans of the PTB. (I really hate this doom porn stuff - just reporting it)

Topic Seven - Alien False Flags
Don't believe in them! Mythi says if aliens wanted to harm us they could have done it already and we have no power to stop it - but they are here to help - and the elites final play when they realize that fact may be an alien false flag - not a stretch if you have been mentally prepped by movies like Battleship, Independence Day, Battle LA and about a hundred others.

Remember, these are not my words, I'm just copying from the PDF for the most part, smoothing out the bad English and I added a couple words here and there. The words in brackets are mine.

Video #80:

www.youtube.com...


PDF doc with the text of all the videos:

docs.google.com...

Enjoy! Entertaining even if you don't believe it. I would have laughed hard a few months ago but not now having learned what I have.

Of course anyone can post on here, but I won't waste my time with debunkers, but would enjoy discussing the actual content with those that are interested.

PS - this site also has a lot of great info on aliens, coverups, secrets, etc.

www.bibliotecapleyades.net...



posted on Jun, 22 2012 @ 03:17 PM
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Originally posted by PlanetXisHERE

Topic Six - help for the non-elites
Apparently some alien races will be helping to build shelters for those of us who survive the upcoming depopulation plans of the PTB. (I really hate this doom porn stuff - just reporting it)

Of course anyone can post on here, but I won't waste my time with debunkers, but would enjoy discussing the actual content with those that are interested.


www.bibliotecapleyades.net...


Lessie, you hate doom porn, but you post it any chance you get (Nibiru etc) ----- FAIL

You are damn right anyone can post, and you not responding, makes it look like you are embracing ignorance, the opposite of the site motto,, ---- FAIL

Posting once again a site that thrives on regurgitated hoaxes from all over...... ---- FAIL

battin a million ....



posted on Jun, 22 2012 @ 03:51 PM
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Of course anyone can post on here, but I won't waste my time with debunkers, but would enjoy discussing the actual content with those that are interested.


Do you mean you'll discuss it with skeptics? Or in your mind, if someone doesn't believe all of this mumbo-jumbo, they are a debunker?

You can have an open mind you know, but still keep it from leaking out.



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