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- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0998603805
- Publisher: Exopolitics Consultants (March 1, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 1, 2017
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- Language: English
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I often read a book and come away confused or left hanging. But not with this book. I am however left with a desire to learn more, and more in depth. If only the organizations that are allowing or pushing this disclosure initiative would just quit pussy footing around with book authors and soft disclosure through scifi movies and tv series would just call an official press conference, tell us everything up front and have 60 minutes in to run a full exposay then we could all know the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth. We CAN handle the truth. It's well past time!
I personally have been reading flying saucer books and ancient Atlantis books since I was a teen. Now I'm 70. Let's get this done while I'm still alive.
Supposedly, the Nordics have intervened in our genetic evolution 22 times. Why would they do this? Can anyone say slavery?
If the Reptilians are allied with the Air Force and the Navy with Nordics , whom are at war with each other, do they fire on each other?
If corporations are creating trillions in wealth, where are they keeping it? Or do they deposit at the galactic central bank?
Where do all the slaves come from for off world trade?
If the Apollo astronauts were menaced with space cruisers and told not to return to the moon, how did the Navy set up bases on the moon?
If we are supposed to evolve to a civilization which practices peace, love and reciprocity, why haven't all the alien groups at war with each other?
If a reader is well versed in the subject, some of these questions might have answers, to a degree, but isn't the point of disclosure to answer the important questions? Not fall back on excuses about government secrecy?
Ultimately, this is the real problem. The people in the know will never reveal anything until it is unimportant. Until then, we are given whistleblowers, soft disclosure, "facts" which cannot be verified and crafted narratives. Mr. Sala seems to want to believe his narrative or he wants us to. In the end, he moves the debate down the line a few notches towards what we may already realize from the many other volumes available.
The last 20% of the book the author begins to push the envelope with claims from others in these secret space programs but lacking the evidence or supporting documents. In some instances we can see how it ties back to the evidence provided William Tompkins. But in some places the author leaves it for the reader to decide how much to believe.
Anyway, I suggest people read this book and decide for themselves. Just keep in mind that some of what the book presents are documented facts, then from those facts - supported by other evidence and witnesses - we can draw conclusions, but in some instances the book has to rely on claims which were not or cannot be supported (Corey Goode). It will be up to the reader to decide how much weight they choose to give to the unsupported claims.