From: Jason Gammon <boyinthemachine.nul> Date: Sat, 12 Jan 2013 16:48:53 -0500 (EST) Archived: Sun, 13 Jan 2013 11:43:24 -0500 Subject: Re: Jim Penniston's Binary Code And Symbols Just thought I would share the below segment I found on YouTube. In the segment Penniston claims there are 16 pages of binary codes. This is important because his story has changed with time. When Penniston released the 6 pages of code we were led to believe this was the entirety of the codes. Then Penniston revealed he had 12 pages of codes. In the Joiner Report link I provided a link to in a previous report, Penniston admitted he had 14 pages. In this segment below he now says he has 16 pages. People, this is a warning sign. I will ask the obvious question. Has Penniston added more code to the notebooks over the years. If not, why hasn't he been honest with the number of pages? http://youtu.be/p8L8BNqg9rk I'm not denying that Penniston had a very unusual encounter nor am I denying the Rendlesham/Bentwaters incident. Instead, what I am suggesting is that Penniston has fallen victim to the same process that plagues alien abduction research, that of confabulation or the adding of additional information or details that were not actually a part of the experience. With Penniston we also have to keep in mind that like all humans he is operating under a bias. In Penniston's case he is biased against UFOs and aliens. Penniston was also given sodium pentothal and underwent hypnosis in 1994. All the weirndness and problematic aspects to his claims have arisen post-hypnosis. What I am suggesting is that Penniston has been messed with and has also messed with himself. I do not think it is a coincidence that Penniston came up with a story under hypnosis that matched his bias. Now, Penniston is writing a book and I will go ahead and give some of the information I was told about his claims. Please keep in mind that this material may be incorrect but it is what is being talked about by people allegedly in the know. Supposedly, the visitors are us from the future, circa 40,000 years. The craft was a cyborg, having organic components. They are coming here to get our DNA because of some great tragedy that will occur in the future. However, the problem is that though they can travel back in time they can not travel back to the future. So there is a problem there. Other people other than Penniston have suggested they are building things like time capsules that are buried under the earth which will be retrieved by them in the future. However, every time they travel back in time they alter their own future so this method of obtaining human DNA is altering the future in ways we wouldn't be able to imagine. That's why I refer to this story as a very bad B science fiction movie. It would be great for a SyFy Saturday night movie, but is far too problematic for the real world. It is my hope that when Penniston releases his book that people interviewing him, having him on as a guest on their shows, would ask him the tough, hard questions and not just soft ball questions while pretending all these troublesome aspects to his claims don't exist. . Jason Gammon Listen to 'Strange Days... Indeed' - The PodCast At: http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/sdi/program/ These contents above are copyright of the author and UFO UpDates - Toronto. They may not be reproduced without the express permission of both parties and are intended for educational use only.
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