posted on Sep, 8 2008 @ 05:49 AM
I think The Day The Earth Stood Still is a fantastic movie. It was made way back in 1951, but was way ahead of its time. I personally think that
whoever wrote it was privy to some classified information about UFO technology, as well as a possible covert plan by what is referred to as the
"shadow government" to unite the world. "They" could use this technology to create an enigmatic and shocking "extraterrestrial" visitation on a
global scale. The same idea that people like Stan Deyo have referred to many times. If it is done in a way similar to how it was depicted in The Day
The Earth Stood Still, I support it- even if it would be a "hoax".
I am excited by James Fox and Friends' Disclosure Fest that has kicked off on CNN with Larry King, and the brilliant timing and reporting of the
Stephenville, TX UFO sightings. I do hope, however, that it won't turn into something really sinister. Something similar to what Werner Von Braun
warned about and what people like Steven Greer have tried to tell the public about.
In any case, I remain on the edge of my seat, and I wait in anticipation of Steven Spielberg's remake of The Day The Earth Stood Still which is being
produced right now. I also await more serious reports of UFOs in the major media and more UFO sightings in America, regardless of whether they are
extraterrestrial or man-made. The wonder and mystery they invoke in the imagination of the people, as well as the implications of a technology far
superior to the current status quo, and the possibility of an intelligence "above" humanity that could help us, are all important sociological
factors that give the great potential of creating cascades of positive change and global transformation AND the uniting of humanity.