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Lt. Col. Michael Aquino Admits To "UFO" Technology Cover-Up [Whistleblower Testimony]

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posted on Oct, 13 2013 @ 07:00 PM
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Really interesting thread.

Following a good read of it I am now convinced that the proliferation of the 'occult/mystical' agenda within ufology is part of the psyop utilised to discredit individuals close to the truth in the eyes of the general public. Stephen Greer's recent documentary 'syrius' being a prime example of this, as the inter placement of the mystical and the meditating means that should he stumble upon something concrete, he can easily be discredited. Stephen Greer was also married with children, yet is now gay... Which is fine, but in the case of Bradley Manning, we have firm evidence that the manipulation of sexuality and identity is one of the first psychological operations that they undertake.

I firmly believe that the ET's are flesh and bone and their tech is merely tech that we don't understand. Yet it's clear that they have been visiting our planet for thousands of years and our ancesestors (mostly) saw these events as mystical or in present days we have interpreted events as 'myth'. In the age of the science, I would have hoped people had seen through the occult/mythology iconography and recognise it as the most base form of disinformation, yet it appears not.

I do keep an open mind upon our special guests with distinguished careers, purely due to Cass Sunsteins seminal paper on conspiracies where he talks about the cognitive infiltration of forums, and we must remember that this website has long been a prime target. www.law.uchicago.edu... (Cass Sunsteins influential paper utilised by PR firms and government Shills across the world)






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posted on Oct, 13 2013 @ 09:22 PM
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Can anyone Identify who is in picture 56?

www.puharich.nl...



posted on Oct, 13 2013 @ 09:52 PM
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I think the occult and mystical aspects that permeate the UFO phenomenon is indicative of the simple fact that there is a reality to the occult and the mystical, and that our modern society has neglected this for so long that it has created a type of schism. The real issue is between the materialistic and atheist worldview that dominates our world, alongside antiquated religious ideologies such as Christianity. The UFO phenomenon represents a type of New Age worldview, if you can find a way to bridge the various sightings and experiences using a type of Jungian analysis. As mentioned throughout this thread, Carl Jung, John Alexander and Jacques Vallee, among others, have come the closest to explaining why spirituality seems entwined with this phenomenon. It seems to be the most challenging to atheists.

Also, although it does not matter in the slightest, what gave you the impression that Steven Greer is now gay? Did he come out on the Ellen show, dancing and celebrating? I know there were some highly suspicious allegations on Alfred Webre's website about his sexuality, but not many people have paid much attention to that article because it has some very serious credibility issues. I do get the impression myself that Greer could be bisexual and has maybe had some boyfriends on the side, but it really is of no consequence in the end.

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posted on Oct, 13 2013 @ 10:02 PM
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Thanks for breaking this particular testimony down. You raise some very valid points, such as the biocontamination issue and that the Lance Corporal did not state that he was quarantined upon being in such close contact with the alleged UFO. Particularly that he had the liquid from the craft all over himself. Unless he forgot to add that part. In listening to him and watching his body movements etc, he does not appear to be lying. The way he recollects information seems sincere to an outside observer, and I cannot detect any motivation for concocting such an elaborate story, especially considering he has no book deals or is in the media spotlight in any way, shape or form. It is also one hot tamale of a story as well, so one would think it would be bigger than some of the more well-known UFOlogical tales. But as it stands, it seems to be merely an obscure testimony that not many people are even aware of. But I appreciate the time you spent on dissecting it. I find that interesting in and of itself!

Thanks again, I will definitely keep your points in mind.
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posted on Oct, 13 2013 @ 10:45 PM
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Tomorrow and Tuesday 10/14-15/13 I will be off this thread, since I've been invited to do an "Ask Me Anything" session for ATS, which will start at about 9AM Pacific Time in the "Gray Area" section of the Forum.



posted on Oct, 14 2013 @ 12:47 AM
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In light of the recent discussion about that Lance Corporal's testimony, perhaps I am reading the above perfectly out of context?





It has been fun, at any rate. Very cool you got an AMA thread! This one has obviously generated a lot of interest. Thank you for your participation - I look forward to checking out your thread on Monday and Tuesday.



posted on Oct, 14 2013 @ 11:21 AM
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maquino
I see above, and not unreasonably, apprehension about the MW concept as "bringing peace at the price of creating a sort of "electronic Land of the Lotus-Eaters", etc. It's not designed to work that way. From the book:
WHAT IT ISN'T
d. MW is not zombification. Besides not controlling minds, MW does not destroy them either. Sensationalist media exposés of “government-sponsored brain experimentation”, whether true or fanciful, have no connection whatever with MW, which is completely and without exception non-physically or -medically invasive. Indeed the entire MW campaign process requires that all participants be able and willing to function at their highest level and focus of intelligence, and after Phase 4 the future of the moral polis depends upon their self-determined, independent resolve to perpetuate this.
_______________________________

* Stabilization refers to the identification and achievement of the best possible resolution of the problem to temporarily remove the danger of PW: the áristos. [This process of stabilization to the áristos is the province of the MetaForce Branch, and is detailed in Chapter 4.]

** As developed by Plato in the Gorgias, kalokagathia identifies “moral virtue reflecting both the natural and the conventional”: the key to both individual and community perfection.



Going back to some loose threads in the OP.
Respectfully, the elephant in the room is that while elucidating on MW, you are not educating anyone on how to become physically resistant to it. The Gut keeps tossing hints in about EMF fields as well without
mentioning that physical exposure to naturally occuring EMF fields conditions one physiologically to be resilient to higher doses of EMF. Disclaimer unless you have some unknown biological achilles heel in which case this method is a crapshoot.

Secondly also discussed was ET/UFO , extraterrestrial, ultraterrestrial...our 5 senses are NOT the beat all end all. One look at the filtering done to enhance photo's was key. By using a violet lens in cheap sunglasses you train & enable the brain to see more. These beings, lifeforms whatever you wish to call them are easily seen once you've expanded your range of vision just the tinyest bit.

That said this is all LEARNED. Not mysterious, not Woo-woo, not any more impossible than learning how to balance a checkbook, or drive a vehicle. The altruism of reinforcing ethics into a system (MW) while admirable since it's obviously going to happen whether the general populace wants it to or not is still misguided. MW by definition alters us as humans. Mitigating some of it still leaves it's core unethical dilemma unresolved.

We as humans own our internal landscape, this was mentioned a few pages back in the example of celts/romans. To invade our inner space as MW would necessarily have to do is by definition an invasive procedure, more horrifying is that since it hasn't been completely successful (yet) what is overlooked is that the logical deduction is it's still in the trial/error stage.

I guess my question would be to Maquino is why if you are disclosing info to assist, would you not instead go that one step further and teach or reveal how to make MW irrelevant? Nothing I've outlined above is either covered by national security or illegal. It surely wouldn't violate any oaths you've taken?



posted on Oct, 14 2013 @ 07:05 PM
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corsair00
reply to post by Loopdaloop
 


I think the occult and mystical aspects that permeate the UFO phenomenon is indicative of the simple fact that there is a reality to the occult and the mystical, and that our modern society has neglected this for so long that it has created a type of schism. The real issue is between the materialistic and atheist worldview that dominates our world, alongside antiquated religious ideologies such as Christianity. The UFO phenomenon represents a type of New Age worldview, if you can find a way to bridge the various sightings and experiences using a type of Jungian analysis. As mentioned throughout this thread, Carl Jung, John Alexander and Jacques Vallee, among others, have come the closest to explaining why spirituality seems entwined with this phenomenon. It seems to be the most challenging to atheists.

Also, although it does not matter in the slightest, what gave you the impression that Steven Greer is now gay? Did he come out on the Ellen show, dancing and celebrating? I know there were some highly suspicious allegations on Alfred Webre's website about his sexuality, but not many people have paid much attention to that article because it has some very serious credibility issues. I do get the impression myself that Greer could be bisexual and has maybe had some boyfriends on the side, but it really is of no consequence in the end.

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We will have to agree to disagree on the veracity of Jungian ideals and the reasons for the mystical / occulty aspects of it. I would postulate a sociological / cultural argument in response yet you would know where I would be going with it so we shall leave it there!

With regards to Steven Greers sexuality, I haven't seen the blog that you mention and certainly wouldn't follow any websites that engaged in that sort of superious allegation. I don't believe people have to 'come out', publically to the world for things not to be known. Anyhow, the reason for bringing up the 'change' is that it was relevant in the context of how other whistleblowers have historically been discredited across the world. Most recently the Bradley / Chelsea Manning situation



www.theguardian.com...

The US soldier who was sentenced as Bradley Manning on Wednesday plans to undergo hormone therapy and has asked to be recognised as a woman.

In a statement on Thursday Manning said she would like to be known as Chelsea E Manning and be referred to by female pronouns.

"As I transition into this next phase of my life, I want everyone to know the real me," she wrote.

"I am Chelsea Manning. I am a female. Given the way that I feel, and have felt since childhood, I want to begin hormone therapy as soon as possible. I hope that you will support me in this transition."

But Fort Leavenworth military prison in Kansas, where Manning is due to serve out her sentence, said on Thursday that it would not provide trans treatment beyond psychiatric support, in a move criticised as unconstitutional by activists and LGBT groups.

Manning was sentenced to 35 years in prison on Wednesday for leaking hundreds of thousands of classified documents. She was found guilty of 20 counts, six of them under the Espionage Act, but her lawyers argued during the trial that Manning was acting out of a sense of duty to her country.


Herbert A. Friedman I believe has an archive of this sort of material with relation to psychological warfare and sexuality. e.g. www.psywarrior.com... .

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posted on Oct, 18 2013 @ 11:40 AM
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Great AMA.

The bar has been raised.



posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 05:59 AM
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a reply to: corsair00

Greetings- I just came across this:

www.bibliotecapleyades.net...


Perhaps it will be useful?

namaste



posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 08:24 AM
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Ooo, I like it very much! Fascinating. I always wondered about my grandfather's possible involvement in Germany during World War 2. He was an electronics specialist who became a POW in Egypt and had been to Africa etc. But years later when he immigrated to Canada he became obsessed with magnets and anti-gravity. Maybe it's just a German thing.

Either way, I recently started reading Peter Levenda's new book 'The Hitler Legacy'. It is quite fascinating. It ties in a lot of UFOlogy in to covert Nazis and the usurping of capitalism and communism etc. The money-generation from the industries of war and corporations acting as the chrysalis of the metamorphosis of Earth and humanity into something transhuman and intergalactic, perhaps.

Did you see the movie 'Interstellar'?



posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 08:55 AM
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The last time I was in a theatre was at a "shots fired" call w/3 down and an active shooter and that was 14 years ago and as a guest/customer would be closer to 20 years., oh and now that I call Flori-Duh My ecological niche, folks here shoot at each other as opposed to the more courteous "SSHHHH" when disrupting others in a social setting (read: cell phone or negative ion thief
)

I'll certainly catch it when it gets to HBO™ or one of the other movie channels on My overpriced television subscription..

Is that the flick with Matt Mcconaughy? (sp?) I hope He put on some lbs. since 'The Dallas Buyers Club' not for Me per se but for the female, as We are knee deep in Yin, The Devine Feminine..

Did You see the part about the 'orbit of Planet X'? I tried to link that bit to the current ATS™ thread "What if Planet X exists..."?



posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 11:25 AM
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There`s something I`m not understanding here.

If the whole UFO phenomenon is just government misinformation designed to keep their secret projects secret, then how does Roswell, project bluebook etc, fit into that?

It is my understanding that project bluebook operated as a means to debunk ufo sightings,and we all know how the military retracted their original statement that a ufo was recovered at roswell.

so, if what you say is true that would mean that the government is creating misinformation about UFO`s, being real, and at the same time they were/are debunking their own misinformation. Why?

They doesn`t make any sense to me.



posted on Nov, 28 2014 @ 12:15 AM
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originally posted by: Tardacus
There`s something I`m not understanding here.

If the whole UFO phenomenon is just government misinformation designed to keep their secret projects secret, then how does Roswell, project bluebook etc, fit into that?

It is my understanding that project bluebook operated as a means to debunk ufo sightings,and we all know how the military retracted their original statement that a ufo was recovered at roswell.

so, if what you say is true that would mean that the government is creating misinformation about UFO`s, being real, and at the same time they were/are debunking their own misinformation. Why?

They doesn`t make any sense to me.



Government are not uniform unitary organizations with a single hive mind. It may be that some people believed the hype and fear of UFO's were getting out of hand and threatened stability or demanded government "Do Something", about which there was nothing to do.

And also, times change. There's 10-20 years separating these two time periods.

As the space race heated up, US intelligence agencies started to use Soviet "UFO reports" (in their own papers) in their own analyses. They didn't believe in ET's as an explanation but they did find that these reports, combined with other knowledge, gave them significant information about Soviet military and space capabilities, which was otherwise absent from a closed nation. (This is now admitted). They then realized that the same would apply to the USSR, so they wished to discourage any publication of "UFO reports" in USA as being silly and shameful, in order to prevent leaking additional secrets.

In a nutshell, the cover story of "UFO's from mars" or whatever was once encouraged, but that was a mistake as it only served to increase public interest in the phenomenon, and reports of sightings, when combined with professional technical analysis (ignoring what the public thought they saw, and going only but what where and when) were giving away information.

That's my opinion.

Think about it this way. If there are ET's actually coming here, it's likely the governments have very little idea about anything, and so no guide to policy. On the other hand, black air/spacecraft and espionage rivalry was and is real and an intense political and operational issue, and so governments are highly motivated to take action. With a WTF situation, the safest course of action is always to ignore. It's always been a bureaucracy and bureaucracy has rules.

So even if ET's are here, I predict that most government activity surrounding UFOs would be concerning earthly technology, either owned by the government, or by a rival about which they wish to spy on.
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posted on Nov, 28 2014 @ 12:48 AM
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From one of the links you provided....


I don’t know - I’m making this up as I go!”


this from the very page that is indeed selling books and other "writings" on his supposed involvement in the Church of Satan. I take a man at his own words and do believe that he is indeed making it all up as he goes along. He claims that "others" are harming his credibility when in fact he has done more harm to himself than anyone else ever could.

A whistle blower ? I don't think so just a mediocre writer attempting to sell more books with a very shady background.



posted on Nov, 29 2014 @ 03:59 AM
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Wow. Yeah, I rarely go to movie theaters. Around here there is one old-school drive-in theater that plays new releases once a week (in Winter). Florida has certainly made the news in a wide variety of over-the-top headlines. I seem to recall some guy munching on a homeless dude's face. Bath salts or something...

One of the main aspects of Interstellar was that aliens in the 5th dimension were trying to communicate a mathematical formula for gravity to members of NASA. It eventually led to a spherical wormhole and space/time travel. The Divine Feminine saved the day at some point in the film.

I hear Netflix is fairly cheap and has reasonable selection of new movies and TV shows. There are always non-TM ways of getting stuff too, I think.

I am not up to speed on my Planet X research - I'll have to check that out, thanks!



posted on Dec, 26 2017 @ 10:22 AM
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With Delonge in tow and his handlers making another grand entrance into the art-form formerly known as ufology (now "Uapology?") I'm revisiting a few old pieces that certainly fit into this current puzzle. Like here. Anybody in here? Hellllllllo?



posted on Dec, 26 2017 @ 12:01 PM
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Aquino is creepy, this disclosure is sketchy, and they've got us begging for more...this is high drama and high strangeness at its most agonizing.

a reply to: The GUT



posted on Dec, 26 2017 @ 12:30 PM
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a reply to: Harpua

This is where the rubber hits the road one way or another is the way I see it: Either the Military-Occult-Complex is about to deceive and mind-blow us at the same time in Grand Finale or we find out that Team Woo (Aviary, NIDS, IC, Psy-Ops, etc) are just 3rd-rater scam artistes after all and this is just Serpo and MJ-12 5.0.

Don't look for too much Woo, Harpua. Not unless you wanna get what happens to those who stare to long and intently in the abyss. This is one place it will find you. Col. Aquino is quite the astral traveler. If one believes in that kind of thing. Although I can't recall if we've ever discussed that topic with him.

He's definitely one of those Birds of a Feather. His book is worth a read I might add. Especially in light of all kind of recent current events.

Have you checked out Jack Brewer's work at The UFO Trail blog? Do you know Crowley's definition of 'Magic?' Add to that Clarke's quote about science and magic. Mk-ultra and related projects we're NOT the failure the public was told. Nor did it stop.

We are under "spell" to varying degrees. How Woo--or metaphysical--the dark arts actually get is debatable, but the fact that we're dealing with modern black magic is pretty undeniable.







 
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