Sunday, March 15, 2015

...Wants To Know...

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...Science is a blessing where one really follows data, and one cops to "implication's" larger views. If you know a trust for persons who will tell you what they saw (?) though they, still and all, have quite a bit to lose?
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Folks like Jimmy Carter spring to mind for clearer reference, or Clinton so conflicted... in disgrace; why, my brother and his wife have equal weight and they're more "real"—call it "anecdotal evidence"... be brave.
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See, I've boiled all the video that I've seen to twenty minutes—give or take unsettling seconds to and fro—and what there is remaining is beyond the strangest thing, and a 'teaser' for the one who "wants to know."
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Too, forgetting all that video, I've chanced to watch the sky, and I've seen peculiar lights that don't make sense. The "mainstream" won't go near it, what's peculiar is "off limits." I must jump—no apprehensionfrom the "fence."
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See... I can't escape the shadows that extend from UFOs, as I can't evade the questions they propose. I can't avoid the lessons of the anciently recorded—as what they knew, and when they knew it, is disclosed.*
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They wrote it pretty plainly, friend, all the planets we now know! They left it in their records, stones, and seals. Why, they named the belt of asteroids splitting Jupiter from Mars as the "bracelet for its star"—that's so unreal!
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Neptune and Uranus were identified as "twins," plus the greenness, or the blueness of their hues. It's right there in the record that is treated as mere myth though it drips with all these references and clues...
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...And this is just BEGINNING the historical account... ...of a story that just ...will not... go away! Written in its annals are descriptions of the puzzle that—if put together right—would seize the day!
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They're woven in our culture! Why, they're selling what we buy! Though, we do not know the *purpose* they suggest. It's rather like we're "proctored" with assessments, checks, and rules, so I wonder how we're doing on their "test"...
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One might as well conduct themselves with THIS attitude employed: an admission that they're here, and—yes!—quite close! Why not? If they're "somewhere," as admitted—and the mainstream says it's so?—then why not up a Klassist's bubbling nose?
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The future yawns before us like the matchless depths of space, and the end is not for us, as yet... to see. The potential for successas huge as glaring/gloating failure—is a treasure that is there for you and me!
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Some will whistle up excuses how they "knew it all along"—others wallow in their terror of defeat. Some will take a deep breath and adapt to "what it is"—quickly changing if they're thinking on their feet!
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That's the path to change the world as "grasp" approaches "reach." A hopeful contemplation—optimistic? Acceleration's obvious with its stunning leaps and bounds... ...it shall not be "confined" or "pessimistic."
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It's you has been convinced, and "rightly so," by your admission... the pretense "there's no evidence" to find? You assume fidelity from those distantly in charge... ...those who lie and cheat and steal... ...strike us blind?
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You presume them forthright, our "elitist jealous lords," with the interest of the masses near their heart? Then you demand from shadows what precludes ones common sense, and few'd agree that's right or true or smart!


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Ten thousand years ago we knew the existence of Neptune and Uranus, planets just not possible to see with the naked eye. Still, they were known to the Sumerians. How?
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We knew of the asteroid belt, too. This is just as invisible. The ancients described it as a bracelet worn by the sun.
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If ever there was a thing to make you go "hmmm," eh?
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Restore John Ford.  Read on
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*The many books of Zecharia Sitchin work this out in detail.  Few persons in the world could do what Sitchin could: translate ancient Sumerian script.  While his contemporaries too reflexively dismiss his interpretations, angrily. one adds, none question his scholarship,  Does it strike the reader, as it does this writer, that this is an unsettling non sequitur?

"One of the few able to read and interpret ancient Sumerian and Akkadian clay tablets, Zecharia Sitchin (1920-2010) based his bestselling book The 12th Planet on texts from the ancient civilizations of the Near East.  Drawing both widespread interest and criticism, his controversial theories on the Anunnaki origins of humanity have been translated into more than 20 languages and featured on radio and television programs around the world."

http://www.sitchin.com/



1 comments:

Anonymous said...

One of my favorites is Jesus. I'm convinced the man was an abductee. I'm not going to sell it... just read his story in the Bible. It starts with three mystics from the far east following a UFO, it just gets better from there. John