posted on Oct, 29 2004 @ 01:00 PM
He seems to be conflating the "Holographic Mind" theory and the "Holographic Universe" Theory, and is taking those "Philosophy of the Matrix"
type books far too seriously. I guess one will have to wait until this new book is published.
I think he completely flubbed the two biggest questions, namely 'why aren't you doing anything about this world devouring conspiracy' and 'why
haven't you been stopped'. He talked about being restricted from visiting Canada. Is one to beleive that Canada is the Dominion of the Reptilloid
Conspiracy? Those are the two major questions about his ideas. How is one to beleive that a former what, sports commentator, has been able to
prevent an interdimensional conspiracy from silencing him, and how is one supposed to beleive what he says when he himself doesn't act on it? He
asked amuk why he isn't capturing and interrogating Reptiloids. Probably because amuk doesn't think that there are shapeshifting reptiloids out
there in the first place. Surely he'd've been able to organize some of his readers to do this, or get together with some of those militias in the
US to do this. If nothing else it would be a good test of the bloodlines idea to take someone distantly related to these lines and try this one them.
If being '9th Counsins several times removed' is enough to keep the two candidates in the line, then surely there are other people who could be in
it. Why not at least contact and interview them, especially if his 'intuition' is so effective? But no, he doesn't even address these valid and
critical criticisms, but rather calls the questions themselves 'bollocks'.
Its still open to debate whether he genuinely beleives his ideas, or if he knows they are BS and promotes them anyway. I think that, while his
reposnses show that his ideas are simply incorrect, (reinforced by the cop out of this 'whatever you think is whats real' new book) its still
entirely possible, since he at least admits that he comes to his conclusions based on testimony and 'intuition', that he does in fact beleive it