posted on May, 27 2016 @ 03:57 PM
a reply to: combatmaster
I just did a few hours ago. It raises some interesting thoughts, about these being human inventions after all (as I've mentioned elsewhere, a luring
possibility). I do have a few problems with the presentation and the lack of more information, but it does sound a plausible theory. And the Sonora
connection... Back in 2010 when I started my quest, when I've explained the details surrounding our case to a fellow ATSer of high respect, he
mentioned Sonora as being a good example, but he was curiously enough referring to current day and the fact there was a researcher out there who was
gathering info about these. He did also mention about miners seeing triangles at the end of the 19th century. This was a refreshing surprise, but I'd
like a bit more than a number of well-made connections, based upon controversial ramblings of a butcher from back in the day. But it's a stance that I
will quite curiously dig much deeper and see if anything more pops-up. And please, don't get me wrong, on one hand these "ramblings" do raise eyebrows
and could very well be the real thing. But forgive me for not letting go of my skeptical part, too.
And it would turn out to be a surprising turn of events. Thanks for the heads up. If you've got anymore on this, feel free.
Also, another interesting connection - the NYMZA and Sonora Aero Club were all hush hush about it, and not only that - were occultists. Now, a word
that I personally hate, as it's been twisted beyond recognition - illuminati. The connection of the word with a secret society is falsely given to the
"masters". It was used for the people in the Middle Ages that were keeping their interest in science behind closed doors, due to the dangers it
presented to them socially/religiously. A quick jump ahead in time - some of the people thought to be in-the-know are occultists. Tee-hee.
on 27-5-2016 by ch1n1t0 because: (no reason given)