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(((LEAKED!))) Evidence of Invisible cloaking technology – is it made by DARPA?
Originally posted by AIA MANINAM

This video was submitted to the media by an anonymous source who stated that for 5 nights their motion sensors detected movement within their facility, when they checked the area for intruders, it always appeared to have been a sensor malfuction as noone was ever found in the premesis, on the 4th night one of the security guards said he had seen a ghost appeared on the video monitors, but noone believe him and on the 5th night he brought to work his own video camera and recorded what he saw on screen. this is the footage that was leaked to the media. We received other anonymous emails stating that this was actually a new technology developed by DARPA for the military. what do you think?

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by nickpost

In the interest of getting as much exposure to the Ufo conundrum as possible, every month I will highlight an older topic in Ufology and hopefully enlighten some new readers or reignite old passions in longtime researchers. This one’s an oldie but goody.

For those of you unfamiliar with ProjectSerpo.org, it’s a site maintained by Bill Ryan of Project Camelot fame that releases alledged intel dumps (from 2005 through present) pertaining to a supposed alien/human exchange program, code named “Crystal Knight” that occurred in the 60s and 70s. The story goes… In 1965, 2 Navy, 2 Army, and 8 USAF personnel were exchanged for 1 EBE or Extra Terrestrial Biological Entity. (Side Note –  there is an old rumor that the ending to Close Encounters of the Third Kind was a kind of planned disclosure event in itself based on this exchange) Our people were sent to a planet in the Zeta Retticulae system called Serpo where they conducted various experiments and co existed with the native EBEs until 1978. Only 8 returned home with 2 dying on the initial journey, 2 dying on Serpo, and 2 choosing to stay. Some of you may think this is a bit far-fetched, however, these alleged “intel dumps” are somewhat backed up by ex intelligent assets whom say it’s legit and a page on the site devoted to proving it’s authenticity called Consistencies.

So how does The Gipper fit in with all of this? Included with the tons of  leaked documents at ProjectSerpo.org is a transcript of a briefing President Reagan received at Camp David, Maryland during a presidential briefing regarding the subject of “UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS and EXTRATERRESTRIAL VISITATION of EARTH”. The recording was made between March 6 and 8, 1981.

It’s a fascinating read. You wont be disappointed.

Reagan Briefing Document

Debunking the Debunker

Posted: July 19, 2012 in Articles, Disclosure, Random, Research
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by nickpost

According to Wikipedia…. “A debunker is a person who attempts to expose or discredit claims believed to be false, exaggerated or pretentious. The term is closely associated with skeptical investigation of controversial topics such as U.F.O.s, claimed paranormal phenomena, cryptids, conspiracy theories, alternative medicine, religion, or exploratory or fringe areas of scientific or pseudoscientific research.”

When foraying into the UFO topic a healthy dose of skeptiscism is good. With the advent of youtube and like sites your foolish not to question everything that you see. Likewise with eye witness reports and photographic evidence. But if only 1% of what you see, hear, and read is true then without question one is only left to conclude that something out of the ordinary – maybe out of this world has been taking place for maybe thousands of years.  To illustrate my point, in the forward of “Above Top Secret” by Timothy Good, Bill Gunston Obe most eloquently states….

“1. On literally hundreds of occasions…

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Debunking the Debunker

Posted: July 18, 2012 in Articles, Random, Research
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by nickpost

According to Wikipedia…. “A debunker is a person who attempts to expose or discredit claims believed to be false, exaggerated or pretentious. The term is closely associated with skeptical investigation of controversial topics such as U.F.O.s, claimed paranormal phenomena, cryptids, conspiracy theories, alternative medicine, religion, or exploratory or fringe areas of scientific or pseudoscientific research.”

When foraying into the UFO topic a healthy dose of skeptiscism is good. With the advent of youtube and like sites your foolish not to question everything that you see. Likewise with eye witness reports and photographic evidence. But if only 1% of what you see, hear, and read is true then without question one is only left to conclude that something out of the ordinary – maybe out of this world has been taking place for maybe thousands of years.  To illustrate my point, in the forward of “Above Top Secret” by Timothy Good, Bill Gunston Obe most eloquently states….

“1. On literally hundreds of occasions someone (who?) would have had to get anything up to thousands of people to say that they had themselves seen and heard extraordinary phenomena, the details of which all would have had to agree.

2. Large numbers of (mostly intelligent and highly trained) people in various armed forces and goverment posts would have had to devote a great deal of effort pretending to clean up fictitious landing sites and transport non-existent items to secure laboratories for further examination and storage.

3. Even greater numbers of supposedly reliable witness such as fighter pilots, warship crews, and airline captains, would have had to agree to invent seemingly incredible tales of alien encounters, and then pretend to be deeply shocked by them.

4. Not least, the agency responsible for perpetrating this fraud would have to convince thousands of people in countries all over the world to go along with the great hoax, and to pretend to have witnessed non-existent events, and to do so in such a way that there were no disagreements or dissenters.

When talking to a “debunker” the first thing they will ask is “where is the evidence?”. Answer: It’s everywhere!!! It’s a matter of public record all over the world. Thousands upon thousands of documentsphotos, and videos.. Stories of “space brothers” and “star people”. Animal mutilations, whistle blowers, and cave paintings. All one has to do is look.

Take for example the “Hudson UFO Flap” of the late eighties. Hundreds of people in New York’s Hudson Valley saw the same thing at the same time – some say they were even abducted by something that sounds like it walked out of an old “Swamp Thing” movie. A “Debunker” would discount all of those eye-witness reports and chalk it up to a mass halucination. In a country that will execute a man based on a single witness testimony, how is it possible to discount mountains of corroborated evidence from hundreds of witnesses of a single event? Answer: It’s very easy when to conclude the obvious truth would be to questions one’s core beliefs.

In a word: FEAR.

A Debunker’s act of debunking is no more than a knee jerk, fight or flight response to a very real phenomenom that scares them to their core because it’s something they cannot explain and have no control over. Furthermore, debunking is the only pseudoscientific research present in mainstream Ufology. With the exception of mainstream science (as evidenced by Darwinism, Global Warming, &  Ancient Archaeology), a true scientist is not supposed to discount evidence in favor of a pre-determined dogmatic outcome. Too bad these “debunkers” don’t spend all that time “debunking” on less trivial pursuits like maybe researching the true cause of this high strangeness.