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Re: So whose bright idea was the 'Army Captures Flying Saucer' headline?
« Reply #15 on: September 11, 2016, 12:34:21 PM »
Karla was yet another luminary member with, 'issues' ...

aka John Hutchison



:D , defiantly one for the cards, seems like he's either got a little too close to the material , or been splined by a Tero psi weapon :D

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Re: So whose bright idea was the 'Army Captures Flying Saucer' headline?
« Reply #16 on: September 11, 2016, 12:42:46 PM »
:D , defiantly one for the cards, seems like he's either got a little too close to the material , or been splined by a Tero psi weapon :D

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or the Deros found him too bitchy.

He did a Karla video about Peggy not supporting his project to connect wires directly to trees to stop Fuki radiation.

I just checked and it's gone now but plenty of new Karla videos -



 
He(?) and his wife (Handler) were quite rude to everyone on Peggy who did not agree with their ideas.


eta: while his early career showed signs of brilliance, he apparently did not have the good sense to inhabit a Faraday cage whilst powering up his large intense magnetic fields.

 
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Re: So whose bright idea was the 'Army Captures Flying Saucer' headline?
« Reply #17 on: September 11, 2016, 01:24:57 PM »
or the Deros found him too bitchy.

He did a Karla video about Peggy not supporting his project to connect wires directly to trees to stop Fuki radiation.

I just checked and it's gone now but plenty of new Karla videos -



 
He(?) and his wife (Handler) were quite rude to everyone on Peggy who did not agree with their ideas.


eta: while his early career showed signs of brilliance, he apparently did not have the good sense to inhabit a Faraday cage whilst powering up his large intense magnetic fields.

indeed , and I doubt he was one of the 20% :D


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Re: So whose bright idea was the 'Army Captures Flying Saucer' headline?
« Reply #18 on: September 11, 2016, 01:31:32 PM »
so essentially your saying Hutchinson/Carla I a moden day Maria Curie  , poisoned by his own experiments

hmm , kinda like a backfire card I guess .. formulating  :D

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Re: So whose bright idea was the 'Army Captures Flying Saucer' headline?
« Reply #19 on: September 11, 2016, 01:37:58 PM »
indeed , and I doubt he was one of the 20% :D


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How simple! First turn them into an amnesiac via chemicals, then feed them the desired narrative through the helmet.

Much easier and effective than the old methods.



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Re: So whose bright idea was the 'Army Captures Flying Saucer' headline?
« Reply #20 on: September 11, 2016, 01:56:49 PM »
How simple! First turn them into an amnesiac via chemicals, then feed them the desired narrative through the helmet.

Much easier and effective than the old methods.

how are you with the dice ?

*an exceptionally large shadow looms across the earth as a card falls down through the clouds and lands lightly into the board*



:D

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Re: So whose bright idea was the 'Army Captures Flying Saucer' headline?
« Reply #21 on: September 11, 2016, 02:17:33 PM »
how are you with the dice ?

Apparently quite good considering the various sharp turns in my investigative career.

As I've said before, the only way to get real answers is not from reading words from others or watching videos or pictures, but is to get off your duff and go out into the real world and do some research of your own.

Period.

Then you have answers you know to be real.

Btw luv the card lol

We need some gum to package in with the full set for collectors.

The kind with liquid centers.




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Re: So whose bright idea was the 'Army Captures Flying Saucer' headline?
« Reply #22 on: September 11, 2016, 02:33:02 PM »
Apparently quite good considering the various sharp turns in my investigative career.

As I've said before, the only way to get real answers is not from reading words from others or watching videos or pictures, but is to get off your duff and go out into the real world and do some research of your own.

Period.

Then you have answers you know to be real.

Btw luv the card lol

We need some gum to package in with the full set for collectors.

The kind with liquid centers.

Liquors?  for the connoisseur player? , a game for adults one might say. . maybe even the inclusion of high risk forfeits.. will ponder on it :D

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Re: So whose bright idea was the 'Army Captures Flying Saucer' headline?
« Reply #23 on: September 11, 2016, 02:34:04 PM »
Speaking of past luminaries with unprotected scrambled magnetospheres, let's not forget TT Brown's daughter Linda whose personality was as Jekyll/Hyde- ish as Karla's any day.

Her minions (the evil flying monkeys from the OZ movie) not content with spewing acetic innuendo at all who dared disagree with the Queen, finally decided to accuse me of the being the great Mikado!  ::)  ;)

Now it's the AFOSI Aviary!

Critical thinking obviously rules that one out as well.

Especially from those here that have actually made the effort to get to know me personally.

They exist.

They took film.  ;)


eta: But you see what we have to put up with. No worries, I have much experience around UFO events in the public, so I am not dismayed or distracted.

It comes with the territory.

Also when you are not guessing at answers like loud blowhards fancy, and instead have found them, it naturally colors your perspective.

 
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Re: So whose bright idea was the 'Army Captures Flying Saucer' headline?
« Reply #24 on: September 11, 2016, 02:38:55 PM »
Speaking of past luminaries with scrambled magnetospheres, let's not forget TT Brown's daughter Linda whose personality was as Jekyll/Hyde- ish as Karla's any day.

Her minions (the evil flying monkeys from the OZ movie) not content with spewing acetic innuendo at all who dared disagree with the Queen, finally decided to accuse me of the being the great Mikado!  ::)  ;)

Now it's the AFOSI Aviary!

Critical thinking obviously rules that one out as well.

Especially from those here that have actually made the effort to get to know me personally.

They exist.

They took film.  ;)


 

not to mention poor ole Tesla, at least he had the good sense to use a faraday, but luckily for the pigeons this was not the case , some instances must have slipped his nets

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Re: So whose bright idea was the 'Army Captures Flying Saucer' headline?
« Reply #25 on: September 11, 2016, 03:12:16 PM »
not to mention poor ole Tesla, at least he had the good sense to use a faraday, but luckily for the pigeons this was not the case , some instances must have slipped his nets

funbox

Agreed poor ole Tesla was unaware of for whom the industrial bell tolls.

I'm afraid his gear is packed up in wooden crates in that govt warehouse in the Indiana Jones movie.

Another bell to be aware of is how many UFO researchers have met an untimely demise under 'mysterious circumstances' and what subjects they were nosing around in. 


Current research on Tesla I've read indicates a great interest in natural pockets of inductance in the Earth's magnetosphere as indicated by local Aurora's. 


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Re: So whose bright idea was the 'Army Captures Flying Saucer' headline?
« Reply #26 on: September 12, 2016, 01:45:49 AM »
Thanks Mike.  I'd forgotten about that lunatic.  Not the most attractive video I've ever seen.  It's put me off my eggs on toast!  :o

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Re: So whose bright idea was the 'Army Captures Flying Saucer' headline?
« Reply #27 on: September 12, 2016, 10:24:05 PM »
Final note to Sinny - any thread you cannot maintain your composure in, and proceed with a civil tone, you should just avoid posting in.

Waltzing in like a raging maniac and spewing obscenities at someone you disagree with will never provide desirable results for anyone.

It's just common sense. Acting otherwise just shows you are lacking in it.

It also shows you are lacking in evidentiary support.

And needing someone to point that fact out to you is further evidence of same.

I have removed all your posts from this thread for obvious reasons.

Until further notice please refrain from posting in any of my threads - until you learn how to interact with others in a public forum following commonly accepted norms of civility and debate.

You may rant and rail all you like in your own threads with your own research. 

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Re: So whose bright idea was the 'Army Captures Flying Saucer' headline?
« Reply #28 on: September 12, 2016, 10:38:05 PM »
Now then back on topic for a moment, I think the revelation that the military in cahoots with the FBI and CIA decided on their own to withhold soviet ciphers from the president (and by extension the entire US government) for decades is a total bombshell!

So what ELSE have they decided on their own to withhold from the public and even the government??

And for how long??

Inquiring minds want to know.  ::)


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Re: So whose bright idea was the 'Army Captures Flying Saucer' headline?
« Reply #29 on: September 12, 2016, 11:08:47 PM »
Thanks Mike.  I'd forgotten about that lunatic.  Not the most attractive video I've ever seen.  It's put me off my eggs on toast!  :o

Yeah the eggs and the sausage, were definitely off the menu that day for me as well.  :o






 


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