posted on Feb, 26 2021 @ 06:47 PM
a reply to: SweetpotatoJohnson
They fall into four distinct categories.
Charlatans and liars sometimes, usually out to make money or gain cult status.
True believers whom are just like you and me searching for an answer.
Mentally affected in there own subjective reality - I shall not say Ill because there experiences for them have been very real.
The real deal but are they correct about there experience and if so?.
My take, Steven Greer, probably began as a genuine researcher but with a book in mind and became a cult figure.
David Wilcock pretty much identical to Greer.
Corey Good, way too much Star Trek, it would be cool but I seriously do not believe him though you know disinformation guy perhaps or just cult
figure and enjoying his status - also since he is likely paid for his interviews he may be just an American snake oil salesman and if so is worse than
either Wilcock or Greer, the biggest difference is that he is preying on the new age believers while the other two are more straddling the line with
older and more grounded believers.
(there is a real secret space program and there has been ever since military started putting up there own craft and satellites independently and ever
since black budget concerned became involved but how advanced, well MacKinnon whom I truly believe spoke the truth may indicate VERY advanced but was
it real or was it a trap designed to snare foreign hackers he stumbled into).
Phil Schneider, someone on this site alluded to him not being a nice guy which I kind of believe but I also believe his experience was real and that
he was murdered by someone and then it was called natural causes despite the ligature around his neck and defence wound's on the body.
Also I believe that our own governments may sometimes be more dangerous to us than a bunch of ET's, not always certainly but they definitely do not
always have our well being at heart as they are supposed to.