Posted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 11:07 pm
He was a big figurehead for the truth-movement community. RIP. I really didn't know much about his work specifically, but when I saw him speak in Philadelphia a couple years ago with his Indiana Jones-esque, trailblazer hat on, it was pretty cool. I just wanted to share a quote of his that is pertinent to all of those that come from different facets of truth-seeking. Everyone has their own experiences, and pieces of the puzzle, but when it comes to exoteric events where facts and patterns can be formed across-the-board, like the JFK assassination conspiracy (he was the first to go wide-spread against the official story,) those facts need to bind us, like puzzle pieces coming together. What he emphasizes in this quote is that, if you don't believe in UFOs, you are out of the league. You have no clue. You don't qualify to know anything down that line of thinking. Because it just seems so basic. It's not algebra to believe in extraterrestrial intelligence! Even without the daniel papers. It just makes sense! It just makes me a little upset inside to think that some of these topics that are "conspiracy" are rebuked without question by the masses. More what's difficult for me is to accept is how -----------------D U M B-------------------- people can actually be, as far as mental capacity goes. Imaginative possibilites. It's insane! Even though I've been surrounded by idiocy most of my life, and I've partaken in quite a bit of it, I've always believed in change. And I have changed. Others.... NOT SO MUCH. Freakin'.... hell! I don't want to be mean to people, but there are so many that will argue against reasonable, probable concepts with sad, regurgitation of others' opinions. How the hell can it be the current year and people are resistant to UFOs as being physically real? How is this realm of study not interesting to people? I don't even think its possible to do this job and NOT explicitly say to muggles how pathetically low-life they are, if they challenge conspiratorial FACT that can be deduced, proven, and patternized as having cause. Not just a f*cking whim, "I'm going to blow up the twin towers today, bcz Allah." Morons!
Jim Marrs wrote:Because of the crumbling economy, and because so many people are now waking up and realize that no matter whether they vote for a democrat or republican they seem to get the same socialist programs, they are now beginning to realize that there is a whole different paradigm than what is portrayed in the corporate mass media.
And so, the question is, why am I talking about The Fourth Reich at a UFO Congress? And I think the answer is because people who disregard the subject of UFOs and who just write that off as just total fantasy and lunacy; they will never, ever, be able to figure out what’s truly happening in the world because they’re tossing out a big piece of the puzzle. It’s all part of the same big mosaic and you have to put all these pieces together to figure out what’s going on.
Just as a “for instance”: I truly believe that one of the main reasons for our precipitous invasion of Iraq was to make a beeline for Baghdad, and use a mob scene as a cover, for a very concerted effort to loot the Iraqi National Museum. What were they after? They were after newly discovered artifacts, tablets, scrolls and such that were being found in the ancient Sumerian cities of Uruk and some of these other places by French and German archaeological teams -- interestingly enough, the two countries who were most opposed to our entry into Iraq.
And what was taken? Very possibly knowledge of ancient energy manipulation technology. And this gets into anti-gravity and a bunch of weird and exotic technologies that conventional science would laugh at. But then, when you really study the issue, you find that these technologies have been worked on since at least World War II and have been kept under very ultra-secret classification programs ever since, because this is our leading edge technology.
So, you can see how it all ties together; Ancient history, UFOs, secret societies, the world government. It’s all part of the same big ball of wax, and unless you back off and take that broad overview and study a wide variety of topics, you’re never going to figure out what’s going on.