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5 Credible UFO reports
#21
If you stand back and look at all the UFO/UAP revelations of these last few years it really is amazing.. I wonder how much longer it will continue ?


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#22
Does Pres. Trump know the truth about UFOs?  He said he has been briefed, but doesn't necessarily believe it. 
Given who he has known through out his life, I'd say he knows the truth of what lies behind the curtain.




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#23
Joe Rogan Experience #1315 - Bob Lazar & Jeremy Corbell





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#24
I've always been enthralled by Bob Lazar's account and the video above is quite enlightening.

Cheers Sky.
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(06-21-2019, 05:40 PM)BIAD Wrote: I've always been enthralled by Bob Lazar's account and the video above is quite enlightening.

Cheers Sky.
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@727Sky  I have to agree with @BIAD   minusculebeercheers
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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#26
One more which I have not gotten tired of listening to.


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#27
(06-22-2019, 05:22 AM)727Sky Wrote: One more which I have not gotten tired of listening to...

The earlier Joe Rogan video revealed something very important -in my view, that Lazar said as
a throwaway-comment that wasn't really discussed and that was when Bob Lazar suggested that
even now, the organisations that research these captured craft still don't know how they truly
work.

If we take Lazar's account as true -even though his recollections are scant at best, his everyday
routines indicate a massive lack of knowledge in the area of how these craft operate. It's okay
saying the machine used a antimatter reactor, but if one has never been constructed on Earth
before, knowing how it functions takes the average scientist into the world of 'magic'!

This brings up the idea that our level of understanding in the UFO-field is still no further forward than
the days of Roswell and Keksburg.

But when Lazar said he'd heard that one of the nine craft (the same number Kenneth Arnold observed
at Mount Rainier back in 1947) had been connected to an archaeological dig and then as Rogan, Corbell
and Lazar seemed to assume that meant that craft might be ancient, my mind went back to some
information mentioned in Bill Moore's and Charles Berlitz's book 'The Roswell Incident'.

A few paragraphs commented on another alleged 1947 UFO crash on the Plains of San Agustin where the
military arrived to find a downed-craft, dead and barely-alive aliens and a group of astonished archaeologists
looking on at the scene.

Officially, there's no professional archaeologist that has come forward and admitted that they were in the area
at that time, but one can't help but wonder if when Bob Lazar overheard the gossip of 'archaeological dig' and
where one the craft was supposedly found, this was the incident and not an unearthed prehistoric flying saucer!

If Lazar has been wheeled out to help bolster the flagging TTSA media-con or it's just a coincidence, I can't say.

But I'd have thought that if the US Military are finally admitting that the Earth has been invaded, the machines
that aliens use are beyond our current technology and due to playing catch-up in realising the breach of global
security, it shows we're totally inept in keeping Earth safe from such intrusions... then bringing on board a former
front-man of a rock band, a supposedly retired CIA employee and looking to make television programmes...
isn't what someone would see as counter-defence!

Why aren't all the other countries of the world advertising this earth-shattering realisation?
.....................

And just in case there's any Guardian-loving liberal progressives reading this, why aren't there any crippled black
lesbians with ginger hair represented by the 'all-male' aliens...? Are space travellers rapey-misogynists too?!!!
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(06-21-2019, 02:00 PM)727Sky Wrote: Joe Rogan Experience #1315 - Bob Lazar & Jeremy Corbell






Even though I know the whole Bob Lazar story almost by heart, I listened to the whole 2 hours again. 

Love it!  Thanks for sharing.  Now... on to the next....  ------------------>
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#29
(06-22-2019, 05:22 AM)727Sky Wrote: One more which I have not gotten tired of listening to.



Okay, just finished this one. Pretty good!   minusculeclap 


My only concern is, why is Bob wearing red shoes?   tinysurprised 

(Only people in the world of Q will understand that question.)
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#30
(06-24-2019, 02:06 AM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: Even though I know the whole Bob Lazar story almost by heart, I listened to the whole 2 hours again. 

Love it!  Thanks for sharing....

Me too, but I would've loved it if Rogan had asked Mr. Lazar about the 'frozen flame' incident!


Quote:"...Bob Lazar had told us though something that is worth notice:  the candle in the gravity beam freezes in time,
and does not melt in the gravity field, but the candle fire is frozen in time (along with the candle) while the gravity
beam is turned on, yet STILL emitting light, showing light is beyond space and time (light-based unity).

Frozen time however does not imply lack of motion!  What it does imply is that by using a gravity beam (vertical core),
it would make time stand still while a distance in space can be crossed, further implying that it would take no time at
all (literally) to cross a distance. Obviously using gravity is going to be inducing motion..."
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