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Sounds more like a movie than reality
on June 4, 2014
I'm usually the first guy to believe a fantastical story because I know truth is stranger than fiction, but as the writer says, read it as science fiction if you want to. I didn't want to, but it still came across that way. It's not that it sounds too far fetched, believe me, coming from a guy who believes the Nazi's moved to Antarctica and continued to develop anti-gravity ships (whcih explains the sudden rash of UFO appearances after WW2), operation high-jump, neuschwabenland,Search "Third Reich - Operation UFO" on youtube. The events presented just didn't seem to add up very well. I think I know why too. The book starts to lead into what you'd hear from Andrew Basiago (search him on youtube) who claims he took part in portal jumping to Mars and time travel.
Every person out there can choose one of 3 paths. Either we are created, a cosmic accident, or they just don't care to know. There is no in between which is where either Peter Moon or the individuals in the book choose to stay. Maybe there is a God who controls things they say. Reading the events from the book they go more along the lines of no God and no control. To come to this conclusion you would have to choose the option life came from no life and everything came from nothing (which is impossible). Aliens stuck us here isn't viable either, because where did they come from? I believe all these experiments including the Philadelphia took place. I even believe the accuracy of some of the capabilities of the technology. I know what they have going on underground is hundreds of years ahead of what is presented publicly. it's the accounts of men I have a problem with, and the book itself gives good reason to doubt them.
The book (montauk project) describes experiments in mind control and memory implants, while in the same breath referring to scientists who took part in the experiments as 'recalling their lost memories' of the 'events' that took place. This is the definition of irony. I've also read material by someone who claims they partook in Area 51 experiments. Guess what the nickname is for Area 51? Dreamland because of the memory implantation. Google just 'dreamland' and be surprised. The guy eventually came to the conclusion his abduction "experiences" were just memory implants.
Andrew Basiago describes events that to me don't add up either. I think he believes them, he's got quite a story, but I think he's merely referring to memory implants, and could possibly be a subject of those kinds of experiments.
ALL these stories seem to have one thing in common. Dream like Imagination. The events described by Andrew, the alien 'abductee', and events in this book including creating hairy monsters out of thin air sound more like something a man would dream (the hairy monster was based on thoughts materializing). Creating life via empowered imagination is quite an accomplishment. God like accomplishment. Ever had a dream you could fly? You did it with your head, or thoughts. Same dream like feel here.
Another example is a well known (another) willing "abductee" who was fully aware of his abductions and would speak on radio shows that his reward for coopertaing was getting to move small metal shapes with his mind. Cubes and triangles.
Andrew Basiago spoke of portal jumping to Mars while getting his arm ripped off by velociraptor type creatures. When jumping back through the portal his arm magically came back. When thinking good thoughts the creatures would let them pet their cute cuddly heads. Dreams I tell ya. Memory implants.
Deception is the name of the game folks. The real battle going on out there is a spiritual one.
"For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places."
2 Thess 2:7
" For the mystery of lawlessness is already at work...."