Captured Alien Being interviewed - Roswell entity 4 hour interview

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posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 02:13 PM
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If this is a prison planet someone screwed up.
This place is nice.




posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 02:16 PM
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I've only read a little bit, but so far, it all makes sense. Either whoever authored these documents is a damn good storyteller, or we've finally gotten a slice of the truth. Right now, I can't really say which way I'm leaning - but to say that this material is fascinating would be a severe understatement.

Thank you for providing this material, OP. Whether or not we ever learn the extent of its veracity, it helps to open our minds to an entirely new way of looking at the future.



posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 02:17 PM
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1. Literary disclaimer informing readers that this is in fact a work of fiction.
2. Contradictory pseudoscience that rings of someone with only a middle school grasp of physics/science.
3. No evidence and a note claiming any proof that may have existed about this earth shattering and historic interview has been destroyed...purposely.

I just don't see why some people ignore this and continue conversing about this as if it was true. It's fiction people. Just another sci-fi story.



posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 02:17 PM
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Originally posted by randyvs

This thread is proof that if you want stars and flags just post any BS about aliens. Everyone has lost their freegin minds.
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How about you show us your mind, dont be shy
No need to hide behind your big words
come out and play I will not judge you or call you names
Open your mind and listen to the transcripts I shared and let me know what you think.

And this is my first thread besides my introduction, if you are jealous about my stars and flags I hereby give the mods the rights to give it all to you, im here to share my finds that make my mind explode, I would like to hear yours



posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 02:21 PM
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Originally posted by randyvs

This thread is proof that if you want stars and flags just post any BS about aliens. Everyone has lost their freegin minds.
edit on 26-11-2012 by randyvs because: (no reason given)


Oh dont be such a spoil sport. Almost everyone enjoys a good sci-fi. Imagination and creativity is the flavor of life.

And who knows..some of this rubbish may not be rubbish...but for the most part..the "what if's" are what makes the mind smile.



posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 02:22 PM
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pretty interesting so far. I'm going to have to read this later.



posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 02:24 PM
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It sure helps to skip to the part where Airl learns to understand English.
Then it gets very interesting. Her doll body requires almost no sleep.
She is an Officer , Pilot and Engineer. She withheld the fact that our sun is
a stargate.



posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 02:35 PM
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Easy way to know this is just a story made up by some author with no truth: in part 9 the alien states that they want to help us and take us somewhere so that we can remember our history, but the reason they cannot do this is they have no oxygen on their ships since they are not made to house "biological entities. Well, since they have been here for thousands of years and it took us a rather short while to implement life support on spaceships, why didn´t they implement it by now if they really wanted to help? Or even copy our system used on the apollo shuttles for crying out loud. This part make no sence at all, and is just made up fiction, obviously. And if this part is, the rest probably is as well.

Good effort though, i give it A-



posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 02:37 PM
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Yes just like the bible! whats the difference? ye are all gods and ye don't know it! if you have the faith the size of a mustard seed etc etc

she never mentioned religion? no hold on she said they don't beleive in god! i don't believe in religion it was created to conquer and divide and its worked a treat! but the name Jesus is known over the planet, funny how she never mentioned this entity?

i am suspicious of aliens if and when they show up, i think the powers that be have directed us to this place, there are odd things flying about out there who knows what they are!

holograms next, like the planes going into the twin towers.



posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 02:42 PM
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Indeed! That supports my theory that aliens are higher dimensional beings, like ghosts. Ghosts are known to drain the energy in their area, which is why the air gets cold and batteries get drained. It feeds their intense vibrations, which is also how they are able to slip through walls and stuff, and why we can't see them. If something is vibrating too fast, our eyes can't detect it.

So with extraterrestrials, their vibrations prevent them from operating on our plane of existence, so they have to construct bodies made of material that can not only be influenced by their abilities, but function in our reality as well. It also explains their telepathic communications, their lack of material being, and their mobility.



posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 02:43 PM
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Originally posted by Unidentified_Objective


1. Literary disclaimer informing readers that this is in fact a work of fiction.
2. Contradictory pseudoscience that rings of someone with only a middle school grasp of physics/science.
3. No evidence and a note claiming any proof that may have existed about this earth shattering and historic interview has been destroyed...purposely.

I just don't see why some people ignore this and continue conversing about this as if it was true. It's fiction people. Just another sci-fi story. [/quote why you say this is fiction do you now the truth( do tell ) no wonder they say we are not ready to handle the truth!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 02:49 PM
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Thanks for the post.

I too wonder when are we going to get everything back that was stolen from us.

S and F for you man.



posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 02:51 PM
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Originally posted by Spacespider
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If it helps the reader to see it all as pure fiction, the reader should do so.
There are no physical evidence that the information is true
But I have my reasons to believe in it, I will disclose that in a upcoming thread


Why not give them inthis thread, where they aer directly relevant to the OP??



posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 03:07 PM
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1. Literary disclaimer informing readers that this is in fact a work of fiction.
2. Contradictory pseudoscience that rings of someone with only a middle school grasp of physics/science.
3. No evidence and a note claiming any proof that may have existed about this earth shattering and historic interview has been destroyed...purposely.

I just don't see why some people ignore this and continue conversing about this as if it was true. It's fiction people. Just another sci-fi story.


Oh yeah? Doesn't look like the average disclaimer...


As far as the Editor of the book, "Alien Interview" is concerned, and for all practical
purposes, the content of the book is a work of fiction. The Editor makes no claim to
the factuality of the content, and in fact, cannot prove that the alleged author
actually ever existed.


From looking at the relevant selection, I'd have to say that you're more concerned with proving this material to be fictional than actually figuring out if there's a chance it is NOT fictional.

The editor took pains to make it clear that if anyone decided to call the publishers on their apparent lack of sanity for even considering to put this book on shelves, they themselves could point to that page and say, "But I didn't say I believed it! At best, I'm distributing "found journal" literature for the amusement of the public!"

"For all practical purposes" essentially means that anyone interested in looking into the matters discussed in the book shouldn't bother because they won't find anything. It's a tongue-in-cheek word of advice obscurely warning the reader that all materials therein were, at one point, confidential, and therefore, they are unlikely to get any more details than are contained within those pages.

I'm not saying you're wrong, I'm just saying that it's pretty silly to assume that's the only way these disclaimers can be read. I guess you're not a person of subtle language.



posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 03:08 PM
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Originally posted by galadofwarthethird
Actually dude if you read the link in the op, you would know the captured crashed alien on some page goes on to say the same exact fact. She says that she is a in fact not a biological being and she even says she is a doll, in fact its not even her real body, its just a created synthetic body that they use when there in space for long periods of time.

It would be the equivalent to a highly advanced synthetic robotic doll like space probe which is made on an assembly line somewhere or in a vat, only its not controlled from some mission control at NASA. Its controlled by mind power from a galaxy far far away, by some sort of beems not that different then the way you cellphones are used to send signals to probes in space so you can talk to others all over the world.

So basically when they die it would be the same and they would feel about the same when dieing as if you had your character die when you were playing a videogame. That is you can always get another life, or hit the restart button and they got plenty of bodies created for all kinds of functions which they hop in and out off like you would in a video game character, the gray ones are just basically scouts or deep space no gravity bodies primarily used for long periods of time in space travel or to help with maintenance on ships.


So why if it could just cut the beam or kill the switch to return too its real body didnt it just do that? Why stick around and shoot the breeze with a lowly human for such a long time, divulging the why and weather all of the universe?.. it sure as hell wasnt expecting to do so given it crashed rather than landed.

Its little things like that, that are riddled through out this garbage that show the writer was trying to cover all their bases throwing in every sci-fi idea they could remember or come up with but completely borking up any real cohesive narrative.

Why would a non biological entity need a body in the first place anyway when traveling through space for long periods of time, a non biological entity would effectively be immortal. Why not integrate into the ship itself, why not send a small probe you could hope into when it arrived do your reseach, after all if they can leave their body and hop back to some distant location then why not do the reverse and hop to a distant location into something thats there already?

Oh and if they can effectively just body swap, why do they attempt corporate assassinations?.. kind pointless dont you think, 'Shoot Bob 5912, I thought I killed you yesterday at the office... take a hint man and take that damn holiday time!"
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posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 03:11 PM
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Almost everyone enjoys a good sci-fi


Saturn who said I'm not enjoying it. Ii almost feels like masochism might feel. But I only imagine of course.

Please don't let my post interfere with the entertainment.



posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 03:15 PM
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Airl has a mission to find the Lost Battalion.
Incredibly, Matilda was a member of the Lost Battalion.
That's why she stayed and talked to her .
She also said "Be above yourself" and her spirit jumped out and above her body.
Suddenly her veil of forgetfulness was lifted and she remembered her spiritual past.
Mission complete! She found one!
Then the MPs stormed into the room and accomplished nothing.
Airl simply went home to Space Station 33 in the asteroid belt.



posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 03:21 PM
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Originally posted by TauCetixeta
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Airl has a mission to find the Lost Battalion.
Incredibly, Matilda was a member of the Lost Battalion.
That's why she stayed and talked to her .
She also said "Be above yourself" and her spirit jumped out and above her body.
Suddenly her veil of forgetfulness was lifted and she remembered her spiritual past.
Mission complete! She found one!
Then the MPs stormed into the room and accomplished nothing.
Airl simply went home to Space Station 33 in the asteroid belt.


Yes exactly, completely and utter tosh... the final riveting twist to the story, kinda like the reveal to the 'Prisoner', where the guy whos wondering who #1 is, turns out to be #1 himself!

Hmm Space station 33?... for a million year old (not sure of that, cant properly remember from when I read it) civilization with intergalactic travel covering the galaxy... that sure is a rather small number of em id have thought, since im assuming Sol wasnt the first place they'd turned up in. Id have thought it would have been some other longer or more categorized designation, silly me.
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posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 03:27 PM
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No, the long version stats come out in the other book.

Rescue Mission

Domain Expeditionary Force HQ
Universal Sector 29
Spacial Grid Section 498/237/698

They talk like the Borg on Star Trek Voyager!



posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 03:30 PM
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Originally posted by AfterInfinity
reply to post by Unidentified_Objective
 



1. Literary disclaimer informing readers that this is in fact a work of fiction.
2. Contradictory pseudoscience that rings of someone with only a middle school grasp of physics/science.
3. No evidence and a note claiming any proof that may have existed about this earth shattering and historic interview has been destroyed...purposely.

I just don't see why some people ignore this and continue conversing about this as if it was true. It's fiction people. Just another sci-fi story.


Oh yeah? Doesn't look like the average disclaimer...


As far as the Editor of the book, "Alien Interview" is concerned, and for all practical
purposes, the content of the book is a work of fiction. The Editor makes no claim to
the factuality of the content, and in fact, cannot prove that the alleged author
actually ever existed.


From looking at the relevant selection, I'd have to say that you're more concerned with proving this material to be fictional than actually figuring out if there's a chance it is NOT fictional.

The editor took pains to make it clear that if anyone decided to call the publishers on their apparent lack of sanity for even considering to put this book on shelves, they themselves could point to that page and say, "But I didn't say I believed it! At best, I'm distributing "found journal" literature for the amusement of the public!"

"For all practical purposes" essentially means that anyone interested in looking into the matters discussed in the book shouldn't bother because they won't find anything. It's a tongue-in-cheek word of advice obscurely warning the reader that all materials therein were, at one point, confidential, and therefore, they are unlikely to get any more details than are contained within those pages.

I'm not saying you're wrong, I'm just saying that it's pretty silly to assume that's the only way these disclaimers can be read. I guess you're not a person of subtle language.


I took into consideration the contradictory claims and the lack of common sense in some of the "science" in the story to support and ascertain that this is in fact, fiction.


• As someone already mentioned, this alien so badly wants to rescue humans and take us somewhere but, the alien ships do not have oxygen and cannot sustain life forms like us. So....1960's & 1970's human technology is superior to this guy's?

• This is a non-physical spiritual race of aliens...yet, they need spaceships to travel? Need I say more?


It is a mildly entertaining story but, I quickly grew annoyed once the holes in the story were evident and the whole basis of it started falling apart.





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