ALL MEMBERS: We're going to bring "Ask Me Anything" to ATS!

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posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 11:04 AM
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Make sure you're on ATS tomorrow!

The fellow many believe is a real "Man in Black", Colonel John Alexander, will be gracing our site with an Ask Me Anything thread starting around 11:30AM Central U.S. time. He's controversial and brilliant. There is much speculation about him, most of it is totally wrong so this is a golden opportunity to ask the man himself and get the truth.


John B. Alexander, Ph.D., was an Army colonel when he retired and went to Los Alamos National Laboratory. For over five decades he has studied intensely various phenomena including UFOs, remote viewing, near-death experiences, psychokinesis and others and has met with shamans all over the world. His most recent book is UFOs: Myths, Conspiracies, and Realities.


I'll update this thread with link to his AMA.

Springer...




posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 02:19 PM
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YAY!!!!!!!

Just read his book!

Cant wait!



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 02:38 PM
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Just adding latest info. An interesting interview done with Mr Alexander, last June...


This is the transcript of the interaction;

Alexander: I think that there actually was a group and they were created something known as COG – continuity of government – and it was to prevent nuclear decapitation of the United States. It was really super super sensitive.

Nancy Du Tetre: Well let me ask you this. Does MJ-12 as far as you know exist today?

Alexander: I don’t think so. I had someone whisper to me that it had existed. I didn’t think it had existed at all, but when I looked into it and asked if the names were correct, and they said yes and that should tell me what I need to know to figure it out. That’s how we came up with this particular occupation because most of them were into nuclear warfare. That was one common thread of all the people on the list, and much more so certainly than with UFOs.[iii]

Even though Alexander’s personal opinion of what the group might have been differs from the UFOP control group interpretation, the significance of what Alexander said cannot be emphasized enough. MJ-12 existed and the names on the UFO document that appeared on a film in the mailbox of Jamie Shandera in 1984 were correct.


A July 2013 article from Grant Cameron...Is there a UFO Government Control Group? – New Information

Original Podcast: Hot Leads Cold Cases Guest John Alexander, Lethal-Weapons Expert & UFO Government Investigator

That is going to be yet another Amazing AMA !!!



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 03:58 PM
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Better yet, make all these Ask Me Anything the top title of the home page in large font letters.



posted on Sep, 30 2013 @ 11:14 AM
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Colonel Alexander is in the house! www.abovetopsecret.com...

Enjoy!



posted on Sep, 30 2013 @ 07:14 PM
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Springer
Michio Kaku is booked for the next 72 years, but I'll try.


You're probably right about that Springer, he is a busy guy. I was lucky enough to meet him at Chabot Space and Science center a few years ago. I got a signed copy of his book "Physics of the Future". ~$heopleNation



posted on Sep, 30 2013 @ 07:19 PM
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I've been reading the Ask Me Anything threads and I'm a tad bit disappointed because I haven't heard any earth shattering revelations or solid answers. But that may be just me, I mean come on, what do I expect? Disclosure, the truth? Lol...it's good, though and I enjoy it.



posted on Oct, 12 2013 @ 10:14 AM
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Get ready for what should be another highly interesting and very informative Ask Me Anything on Monday 14 October, 2013 right here on AboveTopSecret.com.

We'll have Dr. Michael Aquino as our guest, among his many intellectual pursuits Dr. Aquino has an extensive background in military and civilian "Mind Control" research and is the author of "Mind War".

Here's a peak at the topic:


In 1980 an obscure internal U.S. Army concept paper, “From PSYOP to MindWar”, accidentally became public. Though only a brief, theoretical speculation, it exploded into the focus of alarmist rumors and debates for the next three decades. Is the government involved in invasion of the mind beyond the blundering, haphazard legacy of the infamous MKULTRA experiments? Even more unsettling, do such efforts extend beyond conventional scientific research to dark and arcane arts whose very existence is the stuff of legend? The answers are here, in this book by one of that 1980 paper’s co-authors, Lt. Colonel Michael Aquino. Originally intended for the eyes of government policymakers alone, it is now openly available. Ironically _MindWar_ is unclassified only because a level high enough to embrace it has never been anticipated or even conceptualized. What it is capable of setting in motion is simply beyond all previous human interactive experience.


Keep an eye out for the Alert and check this thread Monday for a link to the AMA.
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posted on Oct, 13 2013 @ 08:42 PM
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Well, that's just charming and all Springer, I'm sure his answers will be as nonspecific and vague as the rest of your illustrious guests...Sorry, haven't been impressed. I think you need to try harder.



posted on Oct, 13 2013 @ 11:21 PM
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I send out invites to people who our membership have asked for and those folks are going to answer the questions the way they are going to answer the questions, I have less than zero control over that, what do you suggest I do exactly to "try harder"?



posted on Oct, 13 2013 @ 11:24 PM
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Maybe we can get Michael Aquino to give you a few pointers!



I mean really, what more can you do??

Kudos for the hard work!



posted on Oct, 13 2013 @ 11:53 PM
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I wonder, Mark,

if it would be interesting and maybe slightly worthwhile . . .

to ask them when you are setting it up . . . for them to guesstimate that out of 100 of all possible

ask me ANYTHING questions . . . what number would they likely candidly answer in good faith?

I think the annoying thing to many . . . as immature as it may or may not be . . .

is the ASK ANYTHING label.

Folks seem to like to pretend that

THAT'S

REALITY!

LOL.

Obviously . . . it's not. . . . or at least very rarely is. So far, it seems, it's not.

So what, at some level. The guests are still interesting and some level of a real feather in your personal had and in ATS' hat.

And, what they do NOT answer is also somewhat informative in their avoidance. e.g. the last guest who was extra given to answering virtually everything in sequence seemed to studiously avoid my globalism question with the attached globalist quote(s). Not a biggy . . . but interesting. He certainly had studied enough to know things about globalism yet he claimed he didn't believe in it at all, more or less. So, there was an interesting possible contradiction that he evidently didn't want to touch.

I don't know that we can ever expect to get around such things in this fairly real world.

Soooo change the title to ASK ME ALMOST ANYTHING? LOL.

Or just keep telling the members to DEAL WITH IT . . . they'll answer whatever they'll answer however they will and they will still be treated with respect.

It seems to me that you are doing a great job of it so far.

But it is nice to see evidence that you understand where some are coming from with their mild to moderate angst about the ask ANYTHING not really being the standard seen so far.



posted on Oct, 13 2013 @ 11:59 PM
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What more could you ask of them? Now, that's a very good question. I don't know about you, but when there's an "expert" on the panel I really want well, good answers that answer my questions. However, I do appreciate their insight and expertise and your willingness to have them here. I'm not so naïve to think that the "end all and be all" of answers would be here on your esteemed website. There are exceedingly intelligent people that contribute here and I appreciate that as well.
The "emoticons" aren't the best...just sayin'. Can you tell me what you can do about that?
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I'll be really honest with you here...it feels like that magazine you pick up standing in the grocery aisle waiting to check out because it has a really good headline or something that you really want to read and then you throw it in your cart with your groceries, all excited to get it home so you can read it while you eat your chocolate truffles and drink your favorite glass of wine....and then after two, three paragraphs you realize you didn't learn anything new and didn't get an answer to the big head line.
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posted on Oct, 14 2013 @ 05:15 AM
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Correction . . .

It may be ASK ANYTHING . . .

It is so far significantly some distance from

CANDIDLY (authentically, congruently, reasonably fully), ANSWER ANYTHING.

and

I doubt that asking prospective guests ahead of time . . . what areas they are UNLIKELY to answer candidly . . . I doubt that would really functionally work very well. I could easily imagine them saying . . . "Oh, nothing. Ask me Anything! Really."

Then when it got right down to it, they'd still avoid what they wanted to avoid.

I think David Paulides was fairly candid to a point. But compared to his C2C stint 24-48 hours later, there was a world of difference . . . at least a difference of a significant degree. Why? I don't know. That's still really challenging to definitively pin down.


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posted on Oct, 14 2013 @ 07:52 AM
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Looking forward to this new AMA!! A few threads have already popped up about Dr Aquino and I am sure that this new guest will get very very busy very very fast lol ....

These AMAs are one of the many reasons ATS stands above the rest. I, for one, have learned a great deal from those interviews and look forward to more...

Oh, and I don't remember reading anywhere that ASK ME ANYTHING necessarily means I'LL ANSWER EVERYTHING...and I strongly believe that these guests answer the relevant questions as best as they can within the limited field of their oaths.

Keep 'em coming !!!



posted on Oct, 14 2013 @ 08:02 AM
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Agreed, ask me anything does not equate to answer anything.

Personally, I get just as much knowledge, if not more, by what questions they dodge, omit or respond emotionally too. That said, i haven't been über impressed by most responses.

What would be cool, if there was a hybrid AMA where a certain group of ATS's get to engage with a guest. It will help maintain a level of sanity and fluidity in the thread.

Who gets to ask the question? Well a community vote of sorts perhaps. I know a few people with a critical enough eye to speak on my behalf.
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posted on Oct, 14 2013 @ 08:31 AM
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Might be a long shot, but is there any chance of getting Julian Assange on board? I think it would do wonders for not only the ATS members and their questioning of Assange (some good potential there), but for ATS traffic and promotion too.


Thanks.



posted on Oct, 14 2013 @ 09:38 AM
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I bet Julian will know the questions before he has even been asked them lol

The thing is I have information from him, I don't want to ask anything... great guest to have on ATS though.




hx

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posted on Oct, 14 2013 @ 10:08 AM
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SonoftheSun
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Looking forward to this new AMA!! A few threads have already popped up about Dr Aquino and I am sure that this new guest will get very very busy very very fast lol ....

These AMAs are one of the many reasons ATS stands above the rest. I, for one, have learned a great deal from those interviews and look forward to more...

Oh, and I don't remember reading anywhere that ASK ME ANYTHING necessarily means I'LL ANSWER EVERYTHING...and I strongly believe that these guests answer the relevant questions as best as they can within the limited field of their oaths.

Keep 'em coming !!!


I don't really understand the point of inviting guests who are bound by lifetime secrecy/confidentiality agreements/oaths, obviously the topics most here would like to learn about are those exact ones covered by the oaths, and the other topics are for the most part public knowledge and/or not controversial. So that would apply to any guest who is ex-military/government.

For example, the last guest spoke on chemtrails. If chemtrails exist he would not be able to tell the truth about them, being ex-military. Yet he is able to talk about shaman rituals and topics of that nature, and while interesting seem to belong more on a National Geographic blog.

People here are concerned about who has the true power in the world, what are their aims and programs, why has the alien presence been covered up - what are their aims and programs, the meaning of life, what happens after death...........and other big picture topics, not the rituals of some shamans on the other side of the world.

On the flip-side, I have thoroughly enjoyed the guests who are not constrained by any oaths and seem to answer questions to the best of their knowledge.


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posted on Oct, 14 2013 @ 10:11 AM
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I agree, even though every guest so far has been great.

By the way, nice signature. Edward Bernays knew what he was going on about. It is just a shame that a lot of his work had/has gone on to be used by propagandists and others for nefarious purposes.
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