From: James Smith <zeus001002.nul> Date: Sun, 8 May 2005 11:40:36 -0400 (GMT-04:00) Fwd Date: Mon, 09 May 2005 20:28:31 -0400 Subject: Re: Exopolitics Courses & Seminars - Smith >From: Michael Salla <exopolitics.nul> >To: <ufoupdates.nul> >Date: Fri, 6 May 2005 06:07:31 -1000 >Subject: Re: Exopolitics Courses & Seminars >>From: James Smith <zeus001002.nul> >>To: ufoupdates.nul >>Date: Wed, 4 May 2005 16:07:30 -0400 (GMT-04:00) >>Subject: Re: Exopolitics Courses & Seminars >Thanks for your humor. It's good to have a laugh over the >ridiculousness of the situation we face. Some are convinced >we should be doing exopolitical analysis over the secret >agreements, etc., that exist between ETs and 'shadow government' >agencies (my position), and others convinced we need more data >before we conclude that UFO's are intelligently guided and that >ETs are visiting our planet (your position?). Yes, I think knowing that UFOs are truly alien would be terrific. So few scientists are willing to put their neck on the line to do real field research. Videos from "witnesses" of balloonlike UFOs offer very little except hype to the issue. The shadow government concept you propose, which may be true, seems harder to prove that alien UFOs. If you can do it without these secret groups bumping you off because you know too much, giving you cancer (as some people seem to point out happens to UFO researchers), or having mind control tactics used on you, then you are a miracle worker. There is just so much baggage to deal with if you go in that area. It seems better, cheaper, simpler and more reliable to just build a passive radar/infrasound tracker with stereo imaging to PROVE the off- planet abilities of UFOs. >On March 1, the Bravo test of a thermonuclear >device occurred, the largest ever in US history. If the >Eishenhower administration were mind controlled, the test >probably would not have happened. I guess we have little to fear from such lame aliens that can't even intimidate a mere human goverment. >As for ET's incompetence in >flying interstellar craft here, there seems to be a lot of >evidence that crash retreivals are caused by a number of >factors, some natural others artificial, eg., the Earth's >fluctating magnetic fields, military testing of radar systems, >etc. Oh, yes. Here we go again with the oddly inefficient aliens with there so-so technology that can only take so much without the engines buckling. We have gone through this before on the board and there are two sides which cannot meet. >My experience is that swimming with dolphins is an excellent way >to prepare for contact with off world races, or at the very least >not freak out when suddenly immersed in an off world 'alien' >environment. I would recommend swimming with sharks. Alien behavior, typified by various interaction accounts, seems to have the same amoral, cold characteristics. >Evidence points to ETs >being as multifaceted as your 'typical American' so I'd >recommend some training in the protocol of communicating and >interacting with ETs. Oh-oh. We are in trouble. Better carry a gun! I think Florida has a progreesive concept of a gun toting citizen being allowed to shoot if a person makes any aggressive action or intent is made.
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