posted on Jul, 5 2013 @ 08:59 AM
Originally posted by MystiqueAgent
Upon finishing it I'm not sure what to really think of it. Out of the whole documentary I have to say that I really only believed the couple to be
honest and perhaps one other person out of the whole. The couple seemed to hold the most weight versus the others,
They were a nice couple. They also seemed
sincere. I can't help but wonder that they come to believe the story to be true after repeating it so
often over the decades. With age memory begins to fail and Menger had written a book in the 50s which he could refer to to remind and reaffirm his
Perhaps the contactees deceive themselves
in the end.
It was a nice documentary of sorts but /sigh/ seems it may do more harm than good perhaps at least in this day and age.
It can't do any harm, only good. Hopefully it will alert people to the shenanigans of the current contactees - Sereda, Greer, Bashar et al.
Let's look at some comparisons.
Menger wanted to construct a flying saucer. So does David Sereda today. George King claimed to have met Jesus and charged batteries with prayer power.
Sereda claims to have met Jesus and sells pendants charged with prayer power. King was an ambassador to the ETs, Steven Greer claims the same. King
was subject to assassination threats, Greer makes a big issue of himself being targetted for death.
Menger wanted funds to build a free energy device.
So does Greer today.
Menger marketed an album Authentic Music From Another Planet
Greer markets "authentic" crop circle noise and ET tones.
Evidence of contact was made by way of dubious easy-to-fake photographs.
Need we mention Mothra?
Contacteeism didn't die with the contactees. It became an industry.
edit on 5-7-2013 by torsion because: (no reason given)