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Originally posted by watchitburn
That's not an article, that's a blog.
Just another persons ramblings spewed out onto the internet, probably shouldn't be taken too seriously.
The universe is a pretty big place, we have yet to get people further than our moon. It is going to be a very long time before any aliens have anything to worry about from mankind.
Originally posted by Hopechest
reply to post by alex45
Another thread about something happening in the near future?
Can't you guys ever make a post after something happens?
Originally posted by syrinx high priest
why didn't they intervene before the first nuclear war ?
Originally posted by Wirral Bagpuss
I too have been wondering about ET and events in NK. Perhaps we shall see First Contact take place this week. I doubt that will happen but it would be nice! It is time humanity grew up. What does have me thinking though, are the world powers being told by ET to deal with NK?
I had increasingly developed misgivings over his analysis of the crop circle data, his selective use of extraterrestrial communications, and especially his May 25 Atlantic coast impact prediction. On April 23, I informed Eric that I could not support his public campaign and that I believed he was misinterpreting the available data. Eric subsequently decided to resign from the Exopolitics Institute and has withdrawn from all Institute activities and events. He has decided to devote himself over the next month to warn as many people as possible of a comet collision that he believes is highly likely, and the need to save as many lives as possible.
Consequently, I publicly disassociate myself with any prediction of a devastating comet strike on or around May 25.
Furthermore, I publicly disassociate myself from speculation on a possible link between extraterrestrials and the comet as a punitive action against a possible preemptive nuclear war against Iran.
I subsequently will withdraw references to a comet strike as a possible extraterrestrial response from my exopolitics website.
World powers will be warned very soon with the coming evidences and the message going with them...
Originally posted by alex45
By the end of next week will start the disclosure process by which EVIDENCES WILL BE PROVIDED AFTER A VOLONTERED RAPTURE.
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The third explanation that there may have been an extraterrestrial factor in terms of a possible ‘divine strike’ that helped deter the Bush administration from pursuing its preemptive nuclear war plans for Iran needs to be considered. The way in which extraterrestrials communicated such a possible ‘Divine Strike’ to the Bush administration, the Pentagon and the general public; and the actual way in which such a ‘Divine Strike’ would have unfolded can be best deduced from historical precedents over extraterrestrial intervention in the deactivation and/or destruction of nuclear weapons. In the author’s view, preemptive extraterrestrial action to prevent a planned nuclear strike against Iran was a credible deterrent for policy makers seriously contemplating a nuclear strike against Iran.
In conclusion, 'Divine Strake' appears to have been a red line that the Pentagon/Bush administration finally did not cross and have backed off indefinitely. If extraterrestrials did or planned to intervene as the above analysis suggests, then the world's first preemptive nuclear war has been put off indefinitely as a result of extraterrestrial intervention. Furthermore, exopolitical debates in the public realm over the extent and nature of extraterrestrial intervention may have impacted on the policy making process. The possible actions that extraterrestrials might have taken to prevent a preemptive nuclear war against Iran growing public awareness of this, may have been a significant deterrent for policy makers in the Bush administration.