posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 12:18 AM
I don't post much, mostly lurk, but I logged in just to contribute to this thread. Firstly, for those of you who don't know, all of the proceeds of
this film are going towards building a laboratory where projects such as free energy will be explored in a very transparent manner, in order to lessen
the possibility of suppression. Greer says he'd like to have cameras running on a live feed to the internet of the lab 24/7. I watched an interview
with Dr. Steven Greer on the Joe Rogan Experience in which he explains this.
Secondly, to the people in this thread complaining about having to pay for it, grow up. It's 10 dollars. I'm sure most of you make that in about an
hour. This subject is something that I assume most of you care about. Put your money where your mouth is and contribute to a solution.
About the hoax clips. It is said in the beginning of the 'montage' if you will, by the narrator, "If even 1% of these accounts are genuine, this
will shatter the fabric of the universe" or something along those lines. There they put themselves out there to say, yeah, some of that was faked. A
lot of that intro was to sink the hook into people and get their attention.
Now that I've done my best to clear the air and put some rationality into this discussion, lets analyze the film for what it is. We have a
documentary covering the topics of alien life visiting this earth, their propulsion systems and technology, and the suppression that is holding said
technologies from the public. With that we have excellent evidence, eyewitness testimony, and wonderful production value. The tiny alien being
(spoiler alert) seems to be unexplainable to a certain extent. The testimony from "high up" officials is convincing enough to at least figure out
that something is being suppressed.
The parts where Greer gets personal are just that. This is his documentary, and sharing his experiences about trying to unveil this information can be
seen as arrogant, but his intention seems genuine. If I were working on this and all of my colleagues, as well as myself, developed cancer at the same
time, and I was the only one to live to talk about it, well...I'd talk about it.
This documentary is the step in the right direction for the ufology community. It is professional enough to make those who are unfamiliar with the
subject, as well as those who are skeptics, pay attention. The money the documentary makes is going to a good place. I would recommend it, and I
personally look forward to the future of where the DNA investigation goes with the body, as well as the open laboratory.