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Very Interesting Book on The Truth About UFOs and NASA

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^ It's all up to each reader to decide what they believe -- it doesn't change what I know. ;)

"ya just gotta have faith"

"I know it because I know it because I know it"

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Why is that ?

These photos were printed in magazines, long before there was a 'Photoshop'.

It's not impossible for other intelligent life to visit Earth.

Or you can dream up some other explanation -- you decide. ;)

Of course they weren't photoshopped. They are stills from a 90's TV documentry called "The Secret KGB UFO Files" narrated by Sir Roger Moore.

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If Nixon couldn't cover up his little snafu I doubt the government could keep something orders of magnitudes larger secret for any realistic length of time.

Hell, the public even found out pretty quickly when they started working on large scale spy operations at the NSA.

If this were 1970 and you were telling me they were covering up an event from 1967 I might give you a doubtful nod of "that's intriguing", but to claim they have managed to cover something up for well over 40 years falls into the same insanity category as believing Jesus walks among us or there really is a Big Foot.

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^ Spirits don't 'die', so what you think of as Christ, still exists. 'He' does not solve people's personal problems, as has been falsely promoted.

There are many unknown, unidentified creatures, and many witnesses to 'Bigfoot'. It is not some supernatural animal.

It will become commonly known in the future.

As for UFO's/Aliens, these have clearly NOT been well 'covered up', as this thread should tell you.

There is a contradictory fight going on by those in the know.

One side wants to gradually reveal the fact that Earth has, and is being visited.

The other group wants to protect our 'tech' advantage at all costs.

Even going as far as ridiculing witnesses, discrediting any genuine evidence, and putting out disinformation.

If you personally do not feel ready to accept and understand a larger view of the Universe, that is fine.

We will wait for you to wake up. ;)

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^ Spirits don't 'die', so what you think of as Christ, still exists. 'He' does not solve people's personal problems, as has been falsely promoted.

congratulations you now have opinion number 98283040230221 on something which has not one shred of evidence supporting evidence.

There are many unknown, unidentified creatures, and many witnesses to 'Bigfoot'. It is not some supernatural animal.

congratulations you now have opinion number 90221 on something which has not one shred of evidence supporting evidence.

It will become commonly known in the future.

And then belief will be justified

As for UFO's/Aliens, these have clearly NOT been well 'covered up', as this thread should tell you.

More evidence for my "make the truthers run around like headless chickens looking for aliens instead of at our secret project" hypothesis

There is a contradictory fight going on by those in the know.

One side wants to gradually reveal the fact that Earth has, and is being visited.

The other group wants to protect our 'tech' advantage at all costs.

And you know this how ?

Even going as far as ridiculing witnesses, discrediting any genuine evidence, and putting out disinformation.

Yeah they paid me

If you personally do not feel ready to accept and understand a larger view of the Universe, that is fine.

We will wait for you to wake up. ;)

.

We will wait for you to prove your claims :yes:

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If Nixon couldn't cover up his little snafu I doubt the government could keep something orders of magnitudes larger secret for any realistic length of time.

Hell, the public even found out pretty quickly when they started working on large scale spy operations at the NSA.

If this were 1970 and you were telling me they were covering up an event from 1967 I might give you a doubtful nod of "that's intriguing", but to claim they have managed to cover something up for well over 40 years falls into the same insanity category as believing Jesus walks among us or there really is a Big Foot.

I totally agree with you. Its silly for people to think our government could keep a secret like that for so long. All the retired polititions that have hit death beds... someone should have talked... evidence leaked... and if we (were still being visited) Back in the 50's and 60... It might have been possible... We were one of the most technologically advanced countries with means far in advance of everyone else... but today's day an age most of Europe and japan are just as well equipped or better equipped then us... a secret of alien visits... That's a lot of privet organizations and governments today that would be able to detect it and to have to all have kept there mouth shut..

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^ Apparently you have not read Lt. Col. Phillip J. Corso's book (The Day After Roswell), who worked in the Pentagon.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_J._Corso

And perhaps you have heard of NASA astronaut Gordon Cooper ...

http://www.ufocasebo...cooperufos.html

Fixed that link for you :rolleyes:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_J._Corso

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$$...if it can be made, then it will be sold. If i worked for any particular part of the govt before, i'd make up some good stories too, even read all the other tall tales of conspiracy to make it all the more plausable. The "believers" would literally make me a rich man. Not that i would really need to work for the govt to make plausable tales of fancy. Just ask Peter Moon. lol

Same with documentaries..you guys should really read the credits more carefully, they make them, the lead you on so they get viewers, because they are pretty cheap to make for the money they often get in return...same with the "based on a true story" movies. It amazes me how many people fall for all that crap every time. why? because only the most amazing stories are what people like to hear. From the Montauk Project to loch ness

Like this quote below, the only people who could belive this drivel are the ones who lack any knowledge about psychology and the cultures of the era in which they lived.

The various eyewitnesses confirm that both Hitler and Stalin were under the influence of some powerful preternatural spirits and they had a dogma that would justify their actions. There is no other way to explain how such uneducated misfits were able to hypnotize a nation.

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Might want to double check that link mate.

Interesting ... the NSA changed it -- worked at the time of posting. :ninja:

Philip J. Corso (May 22, 1915 ? July 16, 1998) was an American Army officer.

He served in the United States Army from February 23, 1942, to March 1, 1963,[1] and earned the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.

Corso published The Day After Roswell, about how he was involved in the research of extraterrestrial technology recovered from the 1947 Roswell UFO Incident.

After joining the Army in 1942, Corso served in Army Intelligence in Europe, becoming chief of the US Counter Intelligence Corps in Rome.

Corso was on the staff of President Eisenhower's National Security Council for four years (1953?1957).

In 1961, he became Chief of the Pentagon's Foreign Technology desk in Army Research and Development, working under Lt. Gen. Arthur Trudeau.

In his book The Day After Roswell (co-author William J. Birnes) claims he stewarded extraterrestrial artifacts recovered from a crash near Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947.

Corso says a covert government group was assembled under the leadership of the first Director of Central Intelligence, Adm. Roscoe H. Hillenkoetter (see Majestic 12). Among its tasks was to collect all information on off-planet technology. The US administration simultaneously discounted the existence of flying saucers in the eyes of the public, Corso says.

According to Corso, the reverse engineering of these artifacts indirectly led to the development of accelerated particle beam devices, fiber optics, lasers, integrated circuit chips and Kevlar material.

In the book, Corso claims the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI), or "Star Wars", was meant to achieve the destructive capacity of electronic guidance systems in incoming enemy warheads, as well as the disabling of enemy spacecraft, including those of extraterrestrial origin.

http://en.wikipedia....Philip_J._Corso

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i'm highly skeptical of any books with all this so called "classified" type information that is being sold to make money.

Last time someone released highly confidential information to the public it was 1. Free of charge 2. He got put in prison.

So when the author gets put in prison for publicizing secretive information with additional charges of selling such info....then i'll have a read.

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^ Heaven forbid someone makes money off a book, considering we live in a money-based world. ;)

Remember too, the NSA, CIA has released 'free' disinformation, to confuse the public that pays their salaries.

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^ Heaven forbid someone makes money off a book, considering we live in a money-based world. ;)

Remember too, the NSA, CIA has released 'free' disinformation, to confuse the public that pays their salaries.

Exactly, meaning people will write anything that will get other people to buy it.

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Remember too, the NSA, CIA has released 'free' disinformation, to confuse the public that pays their salaries.

You will never be able to prove that, but knowing the government I wouldn't be surprised a bit.

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According to Corso, the reverse engineering of these artifacts indirectly led to the development of accelerated particle beam devices, fiber optics, lasers, integrated circuit chips and Kevlar material.

Given the timeline of technology, I can actually see this as highly feasible. Unfortunately, "highly feasible" is the worst kind of proof, as it makes people less influenced by actual facts to think they know the 'facts'; this usually ends badly.

I've had my own experiences that justify my position with 100% confidence in my head, but sadly lack of proof makes it entirely futile to discuss.

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