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ATS Live: 134: Jeff Danelek Interview, Election, Denver UFO, Prop37, The Black Knight, V'Ger, Turbo

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posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 03:02 PM
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Really wish there was more information and pictures out about the Black Knight, would love to know what a secret probe like that is doing in space around earth. The government must have way more information on this especially if Polar orbit was not achievable by NASA and Russia back when it was spotted.




posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 10:22 PM
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Last night's guest made reference to events that may have taken place some 13,000 years ago. This coincides and is about the time other ATS Live guest speakers have suggested may have been epic times, i.e., when the Sphinx sustained water damage, the Deluge, end of previous civilizations like Atlantis or Mu, or global cataclysmic events took place, and similar. That, coincidently would have been in the Age of Leo and in a time of a similar alignment with the galactic plane, though on the opposite side of the sun, as we are approaching now and which alignment the Mayan calendar seems to suggest.

Also inquired of the guest were his ideas about submersible craft as per his book on the subject. Though I have not read his books his response on that topic appeared to commence with war-craft from early US history, perhaps regarding the earliest documentation we have on the topic to include specifics. I suspicion among the earliest submersibles may be Noah's Ark. The biblical description appears to describe a box-like craft the size of a football stadium with a closable hatch and sealed with pitch and tar.

Noah's did not appear to be described as a navigable craft nor one to make headway underwater but one to ride out a severe storm, not unlikely to have to face moments submerged and able to bob its way back up to the surface. Surely the Ark's appearance would not actually be as popularly depicted as that cute tugboat-like houseboat with happy pairs of animals wandering the deck and giraffe's head and long neck extending out from a porthole. If such story is not altogether mythical and is largely considered truthful that should qualify the Ark as an early submersible.

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posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 10:28 PM
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Originally posted by Erongaricuaro



Noah's did not appear to be described as a navigable craft nor one to make headway underwater but one to ride out a severe storm, not unlikely to have to face moments submerged and able to bob its way back up to the surface. Surely the Ark's appearance would not be as popularly depicted as the cute tugboat with happy animals wandering the deck and with giraffe's head and long neck extending out from a porthole. If such story is not altogether mythical and is largely truthful that should qualify the Ark as an early submersible.

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Now that is a story, worthy of its own thread........








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