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posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 09:15 AM
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The paranoid antics of Steven Greer have reached new levels. Steven Greer apparently had his group of bodyguards lock the auditorium doors and didn't allow attendees to go in or out during his recent talk at the 'Contact in the Desert' 2013 UFO conference in Joshua Tree, California. He claimed that this was for security purposes. Greer has been pulling this stunt now for a while of hiring bodyguards to follow him around because he claims that some shadowy aspect of MJ-12 wants to eliminate him.

Two other incidents where Greer has been known to employ body guards are at the recent Citizen Hearing on Disclosure and at the Barcelona Exopolitics summit in 2009. Then he also has that Emery Smith character follow him around with a gun. He was arrested for having a fire arm at the National UFO Congress a little while back. (UFO Congress is held on tribal land in Arizona). David Wilcock has apparently jumped on this sideshow bandwagon and has hired security guards to follow him around as well. But this might be the first time that Greer's antics might have put other people at serious risk. Locking doors like that is a serious fire code violation not to mention holding somebody against their will which constitutes false imprisonment.

This is just unreal, are these guys just delusional paranoids who have created a cult following or are they just hucksters trying to make a lot of money?

William Describes a Bizarre Horror Show at a UFO Conference




posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 09:18 AM
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Sounds like someone could press for kidnapping.



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 09:25 AM
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Next he be confiscating cell phones and wearing a joker mask to really freak people out...
He always was loco IMO,and cult like for sure.
His last film about the mini alien mummy did nothing to change that opinion of him sadly.



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 09:30 AM
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If anything he says has merit, he may have a good reason for extra security. "They" wouldn't come after you if you know nothing.



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 09:31 AM
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This was posted a week or so ago with the same link , I looked around and couldn't find any corroboration of this happening from any other sources so doubt the story is true .
You would expect something like that to cause a bit of a stir at a UFO conference but it seems only William Henry has bothered to mention it .... highly dubious .



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 09:50 AM
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Oannes
If anything he says has merit, he may have a good reason for extra security. "They" wouldn't come after you if you know nothing.


I see. So how's it work exactly, do "they" specifically come after you during public speaking events... ??



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 09:55 AM
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That sounds about right. Same thing happened when I went to go see him in Santa Monica last year. When everyone was inside, they locked the doors and said no one could go in nor out. I stayed for the most part but left after he "revealed" that Beavis look a like alien creature he has. My ride was waiting for me and I had to go to work the next day. Luckily I sat in the back so I just nodded to the security guard and told him I had to go and they opened the door. They didnt say anything. However, I believe we werent allowed to use our cell phone while we were in there.



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 09:59 AM
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It appears they do not want people moving in and out but it is not enforced. Basically nothing except for people who will freak out over words alone.



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 10:04 AM
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roadgravel
It appears they do not want people moving in and out but it is not enforced. Basically nothing except for people who will freak out over words alone.


100% agree. We all had to go through metal detectors and scanners but at the end of the day, there were people going in and out to use the bathrooms and even though we werent allowed to use cell phones, many did and even took pictures when we were not suppose to. So its all just to give Greer more controversy. He had some good points but for the most part you could tell it was all about getting as much revenue as he could to continue his circus.



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 10:15 AM
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FlyingTeacup
This is just unreal, are these guys just delusional paranoids who have created a cult following or are they just hucksters trying to make a lot of money?


What about the subject you went to see originally? If I was being presented a creature, purportedly bearing a case of documented DNA which does not exist in the Earth's common ancestry of life,

...how the doors to the conference were managed, would not be what I wrote home about.



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 12:18 PM
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Between his obsession with his appearance, his attention seeking behavior, his minimal understanding of key sciences, and his inflated opinion of his "achievements", as well as his control freakish behavior in having the doors of that room locked, despite the danger that posed to the attendees of the conference, AND the fact that he has begun to believe his own BS enough that he went to the length of hiring bodyguards, I believe the evidence for Mr Greer having narcissistic personality disorder of a pretty severe magnitude, is really begining to mount up.

And that doesnt even begin to cover the fact that the majority of the things he comes out with are about as rooted in reality as my ten foot tall war-spider, which I ride into town on Saturday nights to aid the suppresion of fights between nightclub patrons.



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 12:20 PM
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TheEthicalSkeptic

FlyingTeacup
This is just unreal, are these guys just delusional paranoids who have created a cult following or are they just hucksters trying to make a lot of money?


What about the subject you went to see originally? If I was being presented a creature, purportedly bearing a case of documented DNA which does not exist in the Earth's common ancestry of life,

...how the doors to the conference were managed, would not be what I wrote home about.





posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 12:28 PM
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Really if some elite group of powerful individuals that have their hand into military secrets, spec ops, or advanced alien technology and would be able to scare the crap of kartels wanted him dead, they could have the assassin do it quick and painless with a .50 calibre bullet, or brutally take their time with him and his body guards.
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posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 12:32 PM
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I use to like Greer up until recently when his whole way of being Changed. He makes way to many outrages claims & has jumped on the political bandwagon by connecting Global Warming to Covering Up Alien technology. He claims that technology being held back is Free Energy that will solve all our problems. While I believe TPTB do have alternative energy that is being held back so they can keep their Billion $ industries going, I don't believe connecting Aliens to this Technology so you can get the millions who believe in Man made global warming to hitch on your train is a good idea. To me it's a clear calculation on his part to take Popular Belief & tie it to your Fight for the Truth. It's the means to an End way of thinking that has corrupted our governing Morals, now it's being used to anger people to drive them towards Steven. If it's become more about the Money for Steven then it makes it even Worse. I'm not ready to claim he doesn't care about the UfO research anymore, but I am becoming suspicious.
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posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 12:49 PM
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Charletons and hucksters, every last one of them. You need look no further than the end of that article for proof:



Check out William's upcoming Great Mystery presentation, the Book of Love, the Lost Secrets of the Cathars. Click here for more information and tickets. His tour to Rennes-le-Chateau in France is sold out.


UFOs, psychics, ghosts, etc - it's all really only about one thing - $$$$

As for Greer - really, how is it that there were so many in there to lock up in the first place. I thought he lost any shred of credibility he had with his latest movie..



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 01:27 PM
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Steven Greer was there helping promote his documentary on its world tour , Open Minds were also there and there's no mention of kidnappings .

Here's Steven Greer's presentation at Joshua Tree Retreat Center on August 11th .



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posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 02:32 PM
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TheEthicalSkeptic

FlyingTeacup
This is just unreal, are these guys just delusional paranoids who have created a cult following or are they just hucksters trying to make a lot of money?


What about the subject you went to see originally? If I was being presented a creature, purportedly bearing a case of documented DNA which does not exist in the Earth's common ancestry of life,

...how the doors to the conference were managed, would not be what I wrote home about.


"Purportedly" being the operational word.

Purported by Greer himself and disputed by his own paid scientific expert.



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 04:00 PM
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boncho

Oannes
If anything he says has merit, he may have a good reason for extra security. "They" wouldn't come after you if you know nothing.


I see. So how's it work exactly, do "they" specifically come after you during public speaking events... ??





You know, I've seen you make some really intelligent, on-point posts, but I get the overwhelming sense that you need to work on your imagination and open up your mind. You really can't envision how this could be possible?


I'd say the obvious and easiest ways that could be done would be with a bomb, or a "lone nut" shooter scenario. Mind you, I'm not saying that would happen, or that this supposed security is even necessary-- I'm just pointing out that it's 100% possible for someone to arrange the death of a public figure at a speaking event.


If someone could get the president of the USA in a moving vehicle, surrounded by secret service, I'm pretty sure "they" could take out a UFOlogy speaker at a public event. With or without security there, truth be told.



That being said-- If he is telling the truth in all his claims (or believes he is), it does make sense for him to have security. I would, if I felt I were truthfully making such claims. On the other hand, I could easily see this as the move of a charlatan, or someone who just wanted to increase the hype surrounding his story. It really is a nice touch. I bet wilcock was face-palming and saying "Why didn't I think of that one first?"



There is also the possibility that he's come to distrust some of his own conspiracy-theorist fans. Let's be real here-- we don't always get the best rep in the media. And there is reason for that. There are some real kooks out there. The kind of people who think they can get a date with a movie star by committing high profile murder. Or people who think some nefarious group is transmitting thoughts and orders into their brain. Then again, maybe these last two groups really represent victims of MKULTRA style programs, and are actually manchurian candidates, sent in to take out Bigmouth Greer.




PS-- I thought his movie was decent. Not as good as I hoped / expected, and way over-hyped with some of the claims he made (about the film before it was released). But not bad, anyway.



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 05:00 PM
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FlyingTeacup
The paranoid antics of Steven Greer have reached new levels. Steven Greer apparently had his group of bodyguards lock the auditorium doors and didn't allow attendees to go in or out during his recent talk at the 'Contact in the Desert' 2013 UFO conference in Joshua Tree, California. He claimed that this was for security purposes. Greer has been pulling this stunt now for a while of hiring bodyguards to follow him around because he claims that some shadowy aspect of MJ-12 wants to eliminate him.

Two other incidents where Greer has been known to employ body guards are at the recent Citizen Hearing on Disclosure and at the Barcelona Exopolitics summit in 2009. Then he also has that Emery Smith character follow him around with a gun. He was arrested for having a fire arm at the National UFO Congress a little while back. (UFO Congress is held on tribal land in Arizona). David Wilcock has apparently jumped on this sideshow bandwagon and has hired security guards to follow him around as well. But this might be the first time that Greer's antics might have put other people at serious risk. Locking doors like that is a serious fire code violation not to mention holding somebody against their will which constitutes false imprisonment.

This is just unreal, are these guys just delusional paranoids who have created a cult following or are they just hucksters trying to make a lot of money?

William Describes a Bizarre Horror Show at a UFO Conference


Hucksters trying to make a lot of money.

What if someone's family member just died and had to rush to the hospital? Greer is such a pathetic poisonous insect



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 05:06 PM
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The only reason Greer hires bodyguards, is to fend off the gullible members of the public demanding refunds of the thousands of $$$ he's conned for showing people satellites, stars, planes and moths!





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