[color= Navy]~ Howdy ATS
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So, Today I would like to share with you to an e-mail that I had received on February 21st 2013 that I have just now recently noticed since I haven't
been checking my e-mail often lately.
The e-mail I received contained the following: No Subject, No Sender, No Topic and No Body Text
In other words I got a blank email from nobody that said nothing with no way to reply to a nonexistent sender
But of course, as usual, I did some digging around, I just couldn't resist.
So, to get right to it without any more explanation, it I'm just going just lay it all out for you. I gathered all this information myself manually.
Edward Aldridge is the name registered to the server that sent the e-mail to me
Edward Aldridge also appears to use the username "texasjam" often
I Google searched the name Edward Aldridge and this is what popped up
Wikipedia Edward C Aldridge Jr
the guy is 74 years old
CONSPIRACY SPECULATION INPUT
: could this important government figure reflect the guy who sent me the e-mail, either directly or
non-directly maybe as some sort of hidden/subtle message....or do you think it's probably totally unrelated and there's no connection to be seen here.
But let's move on first there's a lot more to cover yet ;-p
There are 5 different Domains registered under same IP address of the e-mail sender's IP
So, in other words, the person who sent me the e-mail owns all of these websites below as well
Site for cloud grid based services
American Academy For Security Training
Website that's all about weapon/combat/defense
training/preparedness for Americans
American Academy for Security Training, LLC believes that the Security & Investigations Industry is one of honor and respect. Great Security
Personnel begins with proper training. At AAFST we take pride in providing the best training available to help ensure the integrity of the Security &
Investigations Industry.Proper training helps to ensure that Security Officers, Personal Protection Officers and Private Investigators are fully
qualified, knowledgeable and prepared to professionally handle any number of situations one may be faced with while working in the Security &
Investigations Industry. We offer a wide variety of classes and scheduling options. Special schedules may be available upon request. We look forward
to the opportunity of serving our community and earning your business
So anyways, the next website this person owns is
Team Smack Forum
Forum for Bicycle Cyclists. It appears to have main focus for an outlet for crap talking
amongst the cyclists and/or about other cyclists (so it's context is aggressive; dog-eat-dog and competitive pretty much) -- Interesting.
Ella Paint and Body
Automobile Service Website
Apparently a page for a music band. Note what is said on the home page. (creepy?)
and then I found this one I found too...
Red Springs Ranch
Website about a cow and livestock farm. Oh great, so this guy is also involved with
CATTLE and a livestock farm too. (Cattle mutilations anyone? ie: unexplained cattle mutilations) (How about...are you worried about who's behind your
food supply?) No?
Below is the purported contact info for the Foundation Republic
domain (The main domain
that seems to be the base domain that all those other websites branch off from,the domain owner's contact info for all domains appears to be constant
(Although I remember seeing something about Chicago somewhere regarding contact Info... somewhere, but I'm afraid I lost the link of where I found
16631 Ben Nevis Dr
Houston, S 77084
Administrative Contact: RunClear Systems Aldridge (email@example.com)
^^ I decided to run a search on this too ^^
And soooo to end off with the remaining material, I gathered up some of my own personal screen shots to help give you a better visual picture of
EVERYTHING brought forth in the thread (blacked out areas done for personal privacy reasons)
Message(s) shown in "Important Inbox"
Message shown right after I click on it in the inbox
Message shown after I opened E-mail to read the message (of course there was none)
the yellow flag thing just says what "G-Mail" has concluded to THINK about the message and why. They apparently think a blank e-mail is pretty damn
important stuff and appear to even be opinionated as to why. :rollseyes:
So, that's about all I got for ya at the moment. I know I've said this in other threads, but I know I'm going to have to repeat it -- I am in no way
CLAIMING to KNOW anything for sure in this thread regarding opinions about what it may or may not be about, if anything at all, and I have not come to
a conclusion. I am also not claiming any beliefs at this time.
I think the connections are very interesting, whether they mean anything or not is up for you to try to decide with me. I would like this to be a
civil discussion if you will please and not a blasphemous mess of accusations and finger pointing.
Well okay, then it's settled (!)
edit on 4-4-2013 by unb3k44n7 because: (no reason given)