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Ufology 2005 Making Ground?

From: Greg Boone <Evolbaby.nul>
Date: Sun, 29 May 2005 01:11:50 EDT
Fwd Date: Sun, 29 May 2005 15:10:23 -0400
Subject: Ufology 2005 Making Ground?

Of course my favorite UFO story this year is that of a gent who
calls himself a prophet who can call UFOs on demand to appear in
some cases.

He was featured on C2C last Friday and the vid is here:


I was reading posts on the Brazilian disclosures and
breakthroughs in science in Britain and Korea regarding stem
cells and cloning and kept feeling like at any minute Rod
Serling's ghost would appear.

I'm still waiting for more news from China. Yes I'm asking all
pals, kin, god children etc. who are there or have connections
to dig into it. Believe it or not they're telling me that there
is no subject more hot in China than UFOs!!!

I was blown over! I thought they would be wondering about HDTV
or video games, but no way. They're watching DVDs of X Files and
UFO documentaries that many of you appear in or produced.  I
guess they found someone who translated them or sub- -titled

Anyhow, the numbers are alarming as to how many Chinese are
getting hip to UFOlogy and have started their own UFO
investigation groups. What's extra good and a major difference
is no one would dare to invalidate or mock someone who related a
UFO story there. Reason being in that culture it's unaccepted to
berate someone like we do. In that climate of civilized respect
we've yet to achieve the researchers there are gleaning
information that dwarfs our efforts.

I think in a short while, perhaps a year on the outside the
Chinese will show just how sharp and professional they are in
the sciences and research fields on this subject.

Best to study the language and literature gang :)



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