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Originally posted by phyllida
Oh and btw the anagram of Airl is LIAR!!!
Originally posted by TauCetixeta
Originally posted by maryhinge
reply to post by Spacespider
Finished watching/listening to all the chapters loved it all
i dont know how to put what i feel in words at the moment
but i do think it puts a lot of pieces of a big puzzle in place
and at the same time opens up a lot more questions
also it makes the puzzle even bigger
i would love to see the paper work they asked her to get airl to sign
Our ET neighbors are all around us.
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Originally posted by LightAssassin
And if anyone is at all sympathetic to this alien Airl, please keep in mind the 'unofficial' roswell report reported alien bodies and not far from the crash site they found human body parts and animal parts.
Yeh, 'The Domain' really have no interest in Earth and it's inhabitants.
I'm not going to fall for this trickery. If the Grey Alien is telling you the White light is bad, chances are it's good, or indifferent. They serve their own purposes. The info they feed us serves only their purposes.
I have been a Scientologist for 31 years. A good deal of my book is an application of the principles of L. Ron Hubbard as regards the fields of study into which you and Robert have so bravely advanced. Perhaps the material in my book will be of assistance to you at some point in your research. Keep up the good fight! Very Best Regards, Lawrence R. Spencer author of "The Oz Factors"
Any Scientologist with any experience will instantly recognize the very large number of terms and concepts directly borrowed from (and sourced by) L. Ron Hubbard. These are literally too numerous to list, starting right at the start with "doll bodies", "what's true is what's true for you", "If you were looking for Hell, the Earth would suffice", liberal use of the term "Space Opera", the concept that the Earth is a prison planet, and much, much, much else. Find any friendly Scientologist and they will be pleased and intrigued to go through the book line by line with you. There's a smoking gun on almost every page.
Originally posted by Spacespider
reply to post by Char-Lee
Yes I read up on that before posting to
There will be a lot of people looking for debunking something like this, due to the unacceptable spin on being in a prison without bars and surrounded by aliens in war.
But personal I am a non believer "skeptic" in all religions on this world, and don't care about the religiosity background of the editor, remember he did not write this he only shared the information he was given by Mathilda.
And heck, I did not catch the smell of Scientology.. who cares, perhaps they got something right, all I want is the truth, and I don't know if this is it, but its as much the truth like people worshiping old stories told and retold.