Wikileaks Cables Confirm Existence of Extraterrestrial Life


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ufoWe’re already halfway through 2013 and the world continues to wake up to the fact that we are not alone in the universe. This year alone we’ve seen a tremendous step forward regarding UFO disclosure.  In early May, researchers, activists, political leaders and high ranking military/agency personnel from around the world testified to the reality of the UFO/extraterrestrial phenomenon in front of several former United States members of congress. To watch an interview with the former 2008 presidential candidate and ex-congressman Mike Gravel (who participated in the hearings) click here.  You can watch interviews with all of the senators that participated in the event here.

For more CE articles on the subject of UFOs and extraterrestrials, click HERE.

Prior to the recent hearing on UFOs and extraterrestrial life, we’ve had explosive statements made by NASA astronauts and professors, you can watch some of those statements here and here. Not only has the world heard from all of these credible people, its also been privy to official documentation released by dozens of governments worldwide that outline the reality of the UFO phenomenon. Documents indicate that UFOs are of concern to governments, and they put a significant amount of  time, effort and resources into studying them. Apart from governments, agencies like the National Security Agency also released official files regarding UFOs, you can view some of these previously classified documents here.

It’s now a fact that UFOs are tracked on radar, performing maneuvers that defy our idea of physics. Jets are constantly scrambled to take a closer look at them. This is no longer a conspiracy theory, it’s a fact. Release of files began early in 2007 with the UK, among others. Since then they’ve released thousands of pages every year, with the latest ones published in June 2013 made available at the UK’s National Archives. You can view them here.

Behind the scenes, high-ranking Air Force officers are soberly concerned about UFOs. But through official secrecy and ridicule, many citizens are led to believe the unknown flying objects are nonsense.

—Former CIA Director, Roscoe Hillenkoetter, 1960.

The UFO/extraterrestrial phenomenon is extremely top secret, access to this type of documentation and the deeper truth behind it is almost impossible. CIA directors, presidents and other high ranking officials barely have any access to these programs. That being said, all of the information that’s already out in the public domain is overwhelming. It makes you wonder how far down the rabbit hole this topic goes.

As most of the world today already knows, Wikileaks is an international, online, non-profit organization that publishes secret information, news leaks, and classified material from anonymous sources. They’ve been a tremendous threat to the controlling elite for a number of years, and have gained the attention of major mainstream media outlets worldwide. For the most part, these mainstream media outlets have bashed Assange, pointing to the idea that the release of classified documents is a threat to national security. That’s not true, it’s more like a threat to the truth that the elite try to cover up on a daily basis that would threaten their ability to control the human race.

Since a large amount of official documentation has already been released, documents from the Wikileaks cables shouldn’t come as a big surprise. Assange has already mentioned that there are yet to be published cables that make reference to UFOs. This is no joke, below are quotations taken from official transcripts via the official Wikileak cables. You can view it here: http://wikileaks.org/cable/2010/01/10DUSHANBE82.html

On January 13 Ambassador called on Dushanbe Mayor and Chairman of the upper house of Parliament Mahmadsaid Ubaidulloev at his parliamentary office. The Mayor began the meeting with a lengthy discourse on Afghanistan, thanking the United States for its contributions and sacrifices there, and saying that U.S. activities there were very important “as we enter the third millennium and the 21st century.” Ubaidulloev thought the main task there was to build a sense of national identity among ethnically disparate groups, and said the United States was an example for this. He noted that “war is very dangerous”, and said “we know there is life on other planets, but we must make peace here first.

In a platitude-ridden meeting, Dushanbe Mayor Mahmadsaid Ubaidulloev said upcoming elections would be free and fair, that contributions to the Roghun Dam were voluntary, and that the losses suffered by the United States in Afghanistan were felt by Tajiks as their own. Ubaidulloev asked for help in getting Tajik students admitted to Harvard University, but effectively declined to help find a new location for an American Corner in Dushanbe. He asserted the existence of life on other planets, caveating this by noting that we should focus on solving our problems on Earth. End Summary.

Not only do these cables raise an eyebrow, but a statement given by Julian Assange himself raises the need for further inquiry. The audio on the video is delayed. What points to this interview being real? For one, if you can read lips it’s not hard to follow. Secondly, it sounds exactly like Julian. Thirdly, multiple mainstream media outlets (Telegraph, CBS news and more) published the original version of the video which was taken down immediately. One of the mainstream media outlets was Forbes, you can view that poorly written article here in which you will see access to the video has been cut off. Articles written by major media outlets are usually very poor, and do their best to ridicule the subject of UFOs.  The original version had perfect audio, the same sound and was in the same setting.

I have said in passing there is information about UFOs in Cablegate. And that is true, but these are only small passing references. Most of the material concerns UFO cults, and their behaviour in recruiting people. For instance, there is quite a large cable, which we’ll try and release in the next few days, concerning the Raelians, a UFO cult which has a strong presence in Canada and was of concern to the U.S. ambassador in Canada – Julian Assange

It’s not surprising that that the U.S. ambassador in Canada was concerned with this group. High level agencies are also concerned with abductees and ET contactees. Their mail is stamped in a special way, they are constantly surveyed by army intelligence, phone tapping and are also confronted by ‘men in black’ (intelligence officers). Agencies that are active in the UFO phenomenon keep close tabs on UFO/extraterrestrial activity outside of their sphere of influence. That being said, again, it’s no surprise that the U.S. ambassador had an interest in this ‘UFO cult.’ Anything extraterrestrial would be a concern to the elite, as they are the ones active in the cover up.

We are living in an extremely unique time, our world has become much more transparent than ever before. One aspect of multiple realizations is the UFO/extraterrestrial phenomenon, but it seems to branch into every aspect of our reality depending on how far down the rabbit hole you want to go. Our perception of life on other planets largely comes from external sources like television programming. As a result, many are filled with fear when giving thought to this subject. Hopefully as we move through the shift in consciousness the planet is currently experiencing, fear will dissipate as it will no longer serve the human race. This is undoubtedly one of the largest realizations in human history. The only thing that goes beyond it, in my opinion, is the realization of humanities infinite potential to create a new experience from a place of peace, love, co-operation and understanding.

“There is abundant evidence that we are being contacted, that civilizations have been visiting us for a very long time. That their appearance is bizarre from any type of traditional materialistic western point of view. That these visitors use the technologies of consciousness, they use toroids, they use co-rotating magnetic disks for their propulsion systems, that seems to be a common denominator of the UFO phenomenon.” – Dr Brian O’leary, Former NASA Astronaut and Princeton Physics Professor (source)

“Yes there have been crashed craft, and bodies recovered. We are not alone in the universe, they have been coming here for a long time” Apollo 14 Astronaut (source # 1) (source # 2)

“Decades ago, visitors from other planets warned us about the direction we were heading and offered to help. Instead, some of us interpreted their visits as a threat, and decided to shoot first and ask questions after. It is ironic that the US should be fighting monstrously expensive wars, allegedly to bring democracy to those countries, when it itself can no longer claim to be called a democracy when trillions, and I mean thousands of billions of dollars have been spent on black projects which both congress and the commander in chief have been kept deliberately in the dark.” –
Paul Hellyer, Former Canadian Defence Minister (source)

There is nothing to be afraid of.

Much Love

Sources:

http://wikileaks.org/cable/2010/01/10DUSHANBE82.html

http://www.forbes.com/sites/andygreenberg/2011/02/07/wikileaks-ufo-cables-more-about-raelian-cult-than-alien-life/

http://ufos.nationalarchives.gov.uk


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  1. If you’re a Christian, then you already “know” that there are extraterrestrial life in the Universe! As Jesus said, “There are many Beings in God’s Universe…but none shine as brightly as you…”, when asked if we were alone? So exactly what is this “confirming?” The “scientific world’s” acceptance of something Christians have always known?

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    • Tyler

      People are jumping down your throat over your religion. Can’t say I like Christianity that much, but I prefer not to speak in condemnation until I know answers to certain questions. Perilous times are ahead for humanity; how should mankind face these troubles and what is God’s role? How do you feel about gay people and gay rights? What is your attitude towards the poor? What is a woman’s rightful place in society? Should there be any laws to enforce sexual morality?

      It’s basically those questions that for me determine if you’re alright or a pox upon humanity. Until they are answered, I don’t judge.

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      • “‘AMAZING!” isn’t it? I made a reference to a Religion. I don’t follow any Religion as they are ALL “man-made” and therefore, serve “man’s” ignorance.

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        • isnt christianity christ made then?

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    • I think that inferring superiority due to religious belief may not be the best course here. It may be the wrong platform for this sort of thing, with all due respect to your beliefs of course.

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      • “… the wrong platform…”??? Oh! As in “Science and Religion” don’t go together…right!

        “…religious beliefs…”??? YOU mean the reference to “Christians”, huh…as I do NOT “believe” in Religions of any kind! Although, I DO follow “the teachings of Jesus Christ” as He contradicts “Scripture” (whichS is another topic…altogether)!

        Sorry for the misunderstanding.

        “My BAD!”

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    • I just spent a lengthy period of time reading through these comments and replies. They really are interesting to read. I see a society, a civilisation on the brink of change. I see people who are now starting to open up to the universal truth, the fact that we are all one. Yet, I can still see the separatism trying so hard to keep hold and wriggles it’s way out from time to time. But we are changing, this is a fact.
      We should not judge someone for what they believe, at the end of the day we are all one, from the same source and we are free to follow our hearts as long as we do not hurt our brothers and sisters in the process.
      Yes, religion was made by man, to control man with fear. But we are all in different stages of spiritual evolution. Just because someone still believes in say Christianity, does not mean they are lesser than us who do not. To act in a judgemental and criticizing manner, makes us what exactly? Instead of picking holes in someone else’s ideals, be at peace with the fact that they are free too believe what they want. But as long as we all head to a destination of love and consideration, I am happy!

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    • Blow Me

      Jesus was an alien!

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      • PeteN

        Lol.. Fully human and yet spiritually ‘alien’ is pretty close actually..

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    • james

      Gods universe isnt ‘our’ universe. he has a different eternal dimention. there are no beings out there in ours. its all deception.

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    • fgsfds

      …So what created God?

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    • joDa

      Too easy, taking God as creator of earth him/herself is already a proof of extraterrestrial life/existence.

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    • Flip

      I’d have nothing against religion if there were not so many wars, atrocities and suffering caused in the name of this shit …

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    • Rick

      What an accurate source of information!! Jesus said so!! You should be worrying about much more terrible things the bible says, needless to say the horrors some christian clergy are committing on a daily basis..

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      • L.G.

        Exactly true Rick. There are 41,000 denominations of Christendom. Each has a somewhat different view on what Jesus said, who he is, what he wants and how to go about it all and differentiating views on Heaven, Hell, purgatory, the Earth, creation, homosexuality, what to call their leaders, how to have sex, divorce issues, to vote or not, to serve in the military, how to pray to god, and dozens of other things!

        Then you have Bobby who claims he only follows what Jesus himself said in the Bible and wont give out the Scripture he “quotes” from. He, of course, has one more interpretation of the Bible along with all the Christian denominations, and all the “solitary” Christians.

        There is a deep problem here when all of these people in our country call themselves “Christians” and all believe differently from one another. So it goes, when we have the over all idea all Christians are the same…and they say we are a “Christian” nations…I ask; which Christian church because the Bible they all say they live accordingly with daily,says there is only one way?

        Ask each person though from one Christian organization to another and they will each tell you -for the most part- if you are not of their branch of Christianity you will be condemned forever according to how their church teaches… So they even hate each other unless they are all ganging up on people saying all need to be that word again…”Christian”. How “Jesus” of them all!!

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        • Stephen

          I’m sorry your experience and thus, analysis of all Christians has been so negative for you. I am also sorry that your narrow mind states that they all have different beliefs yet are all the same.

          Condemnation is not the role of the Christian. Condemnation is the role of God and God alone. No man knows the hearts of all of us. You pretend to be as God, knowing the things that you do concerning ALL Christians.

          And some of you put forward nothing but self-righteousness and arrogance in the form of making some point that you don’t even know to.be truthful.or even remotely valid.

          So keep the statements that you make not knowing whether they be valid or not to yourselves and put on the persona of student once more in the humility of accepting than none of you know the truth behind existence.

          And so tell me all of you, with your arrogant words, seeking to spout nonsense to pretend to all passersby of this article that you are so intellectually inclined to know more than the rest of us, all you Christians and non-Christians posting in arrogance here, shall we bow to worship you? Shall we crown you all kings and ask you in prayers at night to come save this broken world? You all seem to want some sort of recognition for your brainpower.

          But all I see here are blind ants trying to show knowledge to an anteater by marching up its slobbering tongue.

          I’ll pray for you all.

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          • Stephen, something like what you said i would be happy to agree with. There is only one way. There is only one way for you. There is only one way for you and it is entirely your job to find it. Your Jesus, and i recommend you join the Jesusians, made it clear that you are God, that treating others as if they were god is the best (if not the first) rule, and that you are the judge right to the end of your fingertips (or aura). I am the judge, of me. I pray to you. God Speed Stephen God.

            I’m quite busy with the studies that a terrestrial life will afford me, glad to have you aboard.

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    • L.G.

      Bobby, I guess you need to talk to a lot of other Christians then. I grew up being told we were the only beings besides god and the angels. Most Christians do not spout Scriptures about life on other planets. I have heard some say it could be possible, but also saying it is not for us to know. In a congregation of 200, no one ever confirmed what I believed. And since I cannot find one Christian who can Scripturally support life on other planets. The Scriptures do talk about other beings such as the varying types of angels. That is about all I can recall through years of study. And believe me, if I saw one that supported that, I would be talking about it long ago!! Did I miss something or are you interpreting Scripture to your own wanted thinking?

      Myself? I cannot recall a time I didn’t think there was other beings, and I don’t mean the ones Christian talk about in Heaven. I think there are other beings on other planets. I think there are other creatures unlike us, living among us, and I believe there are other people who cross dimensions. Nothing has caused me to change my mind since I was a very young child.

      Over the 64 years alive, you are the first to say Christians always believed this, because no Christian I know and have known says this!! And I would love to read the verse you are referring to because I cannot find it. I also put it into to Google and the verses that come up are not what you quoted, although lyrics for songs do. I am no longer a Christian or follow any faith. They all fail us.

      So, as far as confirming, yes, scientists can, and to most Christians who might believe this, they would be surprised. And most will call this hooey!! . Even if it confirms some Scripture would that not be a good thing? Because most Christians say that science is BS when it comes to most things. Lots of Christians do not believe in dinosaurs, saying scientists mad them up to support the Earth being here for millenniums! So how could they possibly wrap their minds around extraterrestrials other than angels and God??

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      • mormons do that, L.G. they have lots of dogma, and some of it is specific to God(s) living on Kolob, an extra terrestrial world. They quote Ezekial at some points. They still have no landing gear (however, ‘our’ professors have the star child’s skull.

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      • claire wheeler

        Well said LG
        I was bought up as a Christian and I don’t ever remember any mention of other wordly beings bar the angels either.
        Shame that a lot of the commenters on here are so negative. No need for it really. The article talks of putting our house in order but it sounds like many on here are on a lower vibration of negativity. Shame really.

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      • btw…keep looking, you will find it…if you want too!

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        • CindyLouWho

          This is interesting. Couldn’t the giants have just as easily been the dinosaurs? Bare means naked (bare children would mean the children were unclothed). Bear children means born. Unless the societally acceptable spelling has changed over time, this is saying something else. Not sure about the addition of the word children in parentheses.

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        • L.G.

          Okay bobby (Mike), are you referring to the other books of the Bible that are considered Apocrypha or the countless writings rejected way back in Constantine time when they changed everything for political and religious reasons to control the peoples of the land? I simply have no time for games. I have a life off the computer and other things to research and do when I am on here. Christ never denied his followers anything that had to do with God. If you want to be selfish, unreasonable, and a hypocrite, like I find so many others that claim to follow Christ are, fine. I’m done with this withholding of info that you claim to have and others do not see, yet you refuse to share.

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          • “Forgive me for not getting back to you sooner as I too…have a life!!!”

            You can find this in the books of, Ellen White!

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        • L.G.

          Okay, I didn’t see both responses. So, then, you are not going to share the Scripture. Okay, Did not Jesus say that if you received freely, you should also give freely. So, if you are not going to give freely what you received then you are a hypocrite by your own standards because you said yourself you follow the “Teachings of Jesus Christ!” and quote only what is from Jesus own mouth. So, you seem to be no better than any other Christian.

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      • NO! I don’t NEED to “talk” to “other” Christians!!! I am NOT a Christian in the sense that you “think!” I follow the “Teachings of Jesus Christ!” NOT Scripture like the “Christian Religion!” I don’t reference anything that is NOT from the mouth of Jesus…either! Please, check out what I have said for yourself…don’t take my “word” for anything! I don’t take anyone’s “word” and that, in itself, is what upsets most…just like YOU!

        Take Care and God Bless, L.G.!!!

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        • mercy

          I am NOT a Christian in the sense that you “think!” I follow the “Teachings of Jesus Christ!” NOT Scripture like the “Christian Religion!”/Does this mean you cherry pick verses and then interpret them for your own benefit? Most christians do this too.

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        • um just to make a point, no one and I mean NO ONE knows exactly what words were said 2000+ years ago, by Jesus or anyone else. Just sayn’

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        • L.G.

          Well, good to know that at least you are thinking about things other than what is presented to you by religion, Bobby. I did check out what you said, and I did say that in my comments before. So why can I now have the Scripture you quoted? I am sincerely curious. I can’t check out anything you said though if you cannot give me the Scripture to check it out, right? So where is this Scripture that you referred to as you said, “from the mouth of Jesus”?

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          • Corey

            Well, first off, I’m not a Christian by todays standards by ay means. I am very much like bobby here in the sense that I follow the man’s teachings much more than the religious propaganda and words from the bible. I am also very into Hindu and Buddhist philosophy as well, and I try not to “adhere” to a religion, but rather grasp the concept of the ideals and morals, and core philosophy, which in pretty much all religion is the same.

            I believe the book to be a lie sandwiched between truths. MOST religious scholars will not tell you about things in the bible like the Nephilim. Literally straight references to extraterrestrial life. Once you realize the bible is just a derivative of egyptian religion and contains many parallels, you see that there is truth there, but the lie is all about the “heavenly rewards” for obeying “God’s law”, and I believe this is where the manipulation occurs that ultimately benefits the elite’s agenda.

            Genesis 6:4 – There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare [children] to them, the same [became] mighty men which [were] of old, men of renown.

            Theres many more verses that could imply aliens came down and mated with our women. Who knows what the answer is, but it never hurts to actually read something before you form a true opinion on it. I admit I haven’t read a majority of the bible, but thats because I know that a bulk of it isn’t actually about the center focus of what the religion is supposedly teaching (straight from Yeshua ‘Jesus’ mouth), which is love and acceptance, but we rather dwell on age old writings and try to decipher the technicalities of the “rules of God”, when the answer and meaning is very clear and concise.

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            • Hi, Corey!

              You’re, 100%…CORRECT!!!

    • Zane

      Well, that is interesting but I think it’s naive to assume we’re greater.

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      • Who said anything about being “GREATER???” “THAT” is a “human” emotion! NOT of Jesus, nor of God! It’s very “naive” to assume that “shine brightly” infers “Greater!” Even if we ARE “greater”…do you think we are at this moment? I don’t think so! But, I DO think that we have the “potential” to become “greater” than we are NOW! But that’s just my “belief” and there is a lot more to it than “just” that!

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        • Melissa

          You’re quick to point out that ‘shine brightly’ does not infer ‘greater’ but you do not say what ‘shine brightly’ should then be taken to mean. In fact, a brighter light does shine ‘greater’ than dimmer lights, and to say it shines the same or lesser would be logically wrong… This is not a naive assumption derived from human emotion, it is a logical deduction.
          Also, your excessive capitalized words make it seem like you’re yelling at people, which in turn detracts from what you are trying to say as it is clear you are speaking from emotion. Something to keep in mind is whenever we have very strong emotional reactions to what someone is saying because it goes against our personal belief, this is an indication that we cling to a specific ideology (false consciousness) and the further conclusion that we are more likely to be close-minded because of it. (I am not saying you are close-minded, but I sense that you might interpret what I am saying that way). All I am saying is it’s something everyone needs to be aware of so that we can voice our own opinions/ideologies without trampling all over everyone else’s.

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          • As you said, “…All I am saying is it’s something everyone needs to be aware of so that we can voice our own opinions/ideologies without trampling all over everyone else’s…”, with which I totally agree! However, with that said, there are more people on here that would rather point-out “my errors,” in regards to “their opinions/ideologies,” and/or point-out ”grammatical errors” rather than “discuss” anything at all!

            Sorry you interpreted my CAP’s as, “YELLING-AT-YOU!!!”, but that’s NOT “why” they are in CAP’s! “They” are in CAP’s as there is no-way for me to put the letters in BOLD and/or Italic’s!

            “IF” it weren’t for you telling me that you are NOT, “close-minded,” I might have thought, you were being a “hypocrite!”

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            • Pete

              When it gets down to having to point out spelling mistakes, the argument has usually just been lost.

            • what argument???

            • Pete

              Its a general observation. Spell checking others on the internet is usually just blatant self intellectualizing one up-man ship, often in place of a valid argument. I was responding to your email update not the thread..

        • Don’t mind the negativity here, folks!

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    • Jedioftherepublic

      Do you have scripture to back this up?

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    • nic

      You lost me when you said Jesus.

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      • Jen

        Scripture was written by men. C’mon people it’s the 21st century for crying out loud!!!!!

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        • Robert

          History books are also written by men.

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          • Tyler

            Then surely you understand the fallibility of men claiming absolute knowledge of anything, be it history or spirituality.

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          • Robert

            @Kevin… Do you see people being burned today? LOL We are no longer in the middle ages or the crusades. Also you put much faith in your peer reviews when we all know that they also function like a religion. Like for example in Egyptology if you espouse some new theory then you are treated like a heretic by their pope Zahi Hawass. Theories like those of Robert Bauval is frowned upon and relegated to fringe theories.

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          • History books receive vigorous peer review. Try criticizing the Bible and they will burn you as a witch or a heretic.

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        • gee

          yet you all believe in this new age agenda bullox??

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    • mikemikeluciano@gmail.com

      This has nothing to do with religion. you should be ashamed of yourself. fuck you and your twisted religion.

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      • knut

        dont bother talking crap about peoples religions, those people are brainwashed, and will never listen to common sens or science…

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        • excuse me but what does sens mean? illiteracy at its best .. perhaps you meant sense?

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      • David Reece

        Wow, really. You have closed your mind to the Lord Jesus, but not to what the world offers. God bless you and keep you safe. Jesus loves you brother!

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      • Gee. Father O’Feely touch you too much when you were younger?

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        • Vajolirojah

          @Neo – that is completely out of order for a public message board.

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          • minifett

            i felt that it was needed

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      • Mike, so what if someone wants to be religious? What concern is it to you? It bothers you so much that you feel the need to call someone out and then curse them? If that’s the case, you really need to relax, fella.

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      • CJ

        i am also getting sick and tired of all the blind indoctrinated religious fanatics that still have a long way to go before they can open their eyes and start seeing the bigger picture. insulting them is pointless however because you’re abasing yourself and your supposed state of awakening.

        i was born into a christian family and went to church all the time, believed all the bullshit for so long, i’m just glad i finally woke up and realised the truth….there is no spoon, eat with your eyes and ears!

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      • Hey buddy no need to insult another human being, we are going thru a transition to a higher frequency here on earth.

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      • “My, my, my…aren’t we sensitive!!!”

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  2. pandora

    People need to go from their own experience and what they have witnessed in this world and not worry about what the governments, polititions and various other secret keeping agencies are or aren’t telling them. If I hadn’t had alien experiences of my own I wouldn’t believe a darn word about it coming out of DC (Devil City).

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    • Brettbiro

      I’ve seen plenty…. There ARE organisms in our atmosphere that are mostly visible in infrared, during the day. Check out the ufos filmed in infrared on YouTube.
      The bible IS an account compiled from different witnesses, then turned into a religion.

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  3. Nemo

    the assange video looks horribly dubbed

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    • 514d3

      That’s because it is, it is obviously a fake video; it’s video’s like this that make any claim that it’s possible that mankind has been visited by extraterrestrials seem crazy.

      Not sure if this is people are purposefully trying to make this topic look crazy, or just stupid people being stupid.

      Any person with a brain knows there is the possibility of alien life and even that we may have been visited at some stage, but video’s like this do nothing to help people logically think about the issue.

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      • Melissa

        Very astute observation. Videos are purposely made to look questionable because that’s exactly what those in power, who don’t want the masses to know about this, want. Actually, making radical ideas look crazy is a common tool used by power because radical ideas threaten their position in society. If you label someone as crazy (as has been numerous times throughout the centuries) then no one will believe them. An awesome allegory of this idea can be seen in J.M. Coetzee’s Waiting for the Barbarians.

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      • Superpositivo

        No, it’s not fake. I made a resynch of it and it perfectly matches. The video is true.

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    • the audio is about 1 second ahead of the video if you ever listen to someone talk and watch their lips you would have found it easy to pick up on this

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  4. LJ

    Alright bobby, then why have our “Christian” leaders decided to make all information concerning the matter Top Secret, “eye’s only?”

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    • “…duh!!!”

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    • Ali-b

      Maybe they’re not really “Christian”.

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  5. rh

    shit, this confirmed that i am married to an alien.

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  6. Sorry, I am not affiliated to any religious club.Seems to me to be control mechanism that is passed down through the generations.The only person to believe in is yourself and your family because when the shit hits the fan that’s all you have.Diving to your knees and begging for mercy isn’t going to do anything.On saying that people are free to believe what they want…..Buddha, Jesus,Fairies,Aliens……depends which ones show up first!mmmmmmmmm.

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  7. I’m not a Christian, but I’m amazed at the anti-Christian sentiment found here on this site on many comment threads, people who call it nonsense and fantasy and bullshit, all kinds of mean things… by people who believe equally ridiculous, unsubstantiated things. UFO’s, alien overlords, faith healing (mind over matter, miracle cures like baking soda and fruits), the rewriting of one’s DNA by mindpower, amazingly deep and powerful conspiracies in government, finance, health, and any other aspect of industry and power, crystal power, and all kinds of assorted spiritual oddities.

    Now, I’m not closed to those possibilities, and in fact believe some of them myself; but it amazes me the way people here take it on pure faith, ignoring rebuttals and valid debunking of some of these things (like the whole Sirius alien thing). Evidence is too often ignored when it doesn’t fit the preconceived beliefs of commenters.

    But more than that, it amazes me even more the hypocritical mean-spiritedness shown on these comment threads. If you can believe in the power of the mind/consciousness,why is it impossible for you to believe that Jesus was a master of such things? Maybe misunderstood in his time, or maybe just misunderstood in ours? And this from people who seem to believe some pretty outlandish things, who ignore evidence the same EXACT way Creationists ignore evidence of evolution.

    You could all take a lesson from the man himself: do not point out the mote in your brother’s eye when you have a whole log in your own.

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    • Rick

      Here we go again asking this question that has been answered a million times…. There is no proof or demonstrable evidence for God or Jesus and the reputation and history of Christianity is anything but what it stands for.. Same applies for UFOs..

      That is why some people don’t agree with or like when somebody wants to use a fairy tale as a verified fact in an argument… Needless to say they dont have to be insulting but truth be told, many people realize and find endless reasons to why one’s beliefs didn’t really do humanity that much of a favor..

      Your God is not right and is not the only true path on this earth, no matter how you justify it so accept it.. Unfortunately many believers are too egoistic to accept the fact they are programmed to think their beliefs are the only true path and cannot shake off the idea they were forced into it ever since birth..

      That is why my friend there is plenty of anti-religion folks speaking their minds openly and this is the miracle of living in a secular society..

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      • PeteN

        The whole point of faith is that it cannot be proven. It is something you wear, something that is real to you even if it cannot be explained to others.

        People who do not have this faith therefore should give up trying to protest it based on logic.

        And if you think that faith does no good, you are ignoring the large amount of aid work, street work and caring for the homeless, sick and lonely people performed by predominantly religious folk in religious organsations.

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    • Dooood that was the realest stuff Iv’e read in a while. Good writing.
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    • Lynn Chase

      I’m with you! I was thinking the same thing! The more I learn, the more I learn to keep an open mind. It’s all fact until it isn’t anymore right? After all it was a known fact that the Earth was flat.

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    • “Thank You, Brandon!” You would expect people in our day-&-age to have an open-mind about such things. AND, yet, I too, am surprised at all the “hate” I incur when making a “statement!” In my studies and research, I have discovered that the “roots” of Christianity and the Prophecy of a Messiah (like Jesus Christ), began a long, long, long time before the advent of “Adam & Eve!”

      As I have posted in other comments, “I follow the Prophecy and Teachings of Jesus Christ!” NOT the bigoted and biased books of Holy Scripture! I dare anyone to find “fallacy” with the “Teachings of Jesus Christ!” At what point does His “teachings” FAIL human morals??? They don’t!

      Think about it! “IF” we were to ALL (including the Catholic Church and all the “other” religions) follow His “teachings”, without regard to the Holy Scriptures, we WOULD be in a much better world…PERIOD!!!

      “Scripture” has been “convoluted” to make it “look” like He endorsed Scripture, but in reality, He did NOT! I’ll leave it up to you and the rest of the world to make your own decision on this topic. BUT, as I see it, Jesus came to Earth and “contradicted” what Scripture said! Scripture says there is a “chosen” people…Jesus says, “We are ALL the same!!!”

      The “TRUTH” is out there…it is up to us to find it!!! (okay, not ALL of us, as no matter what the “truth” is, some of you have your “own” agenda’s…obviously!!!)

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      • MNDFND

        Bobby.. It’d be nice if we could all just follow the teachings of Jesus… but it’ll NEVER happen! People need to hate what they don’t understand and religion gives that to them. To me it all comes down to just being a good respectable person, i don’t need Jesus for that, because well he is a package deal and really there is no evidence for Jesus/God so why waste my time? I’m a good person and lead in that way as to show other people you don’t need Jesus, religion or faith to live a good life. Why follow anyone? Take what is good and learn from it.

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        • Thank you! That is a very nice reply! I understand exactly what you are talking about…no problem! But, like everyone else, you “think” that I follow a “Religion!” AND, the-truth-of-the-matter, is that I DON’T!!!

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      • phil-major

        well put bobby, there should some separation from Jesus and the rest of religious beliefs. people knock down christianity when a lot of “christians” do not focus on Christ alone. that is the only religion we need

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    • livinLG

      I agree Brandon. It sounds closed minded to me too.

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    • Aaron

      The reason for this, I would have to assume, is that at the underpinning of the concept of evolution is deception. I read this site once or twice a week, so I really do not know the origins or motive of this site, but it does appears to me to be of the “New Age” religion. These ideas are based in the concept of evolving life forms into greater life forms and an evolutionary process towards enlightenment or even evolution into a more god like state. And this is going to piss everyone off… it always does… But the theory of specie to specie evolution is a deception and has no factual evidence supporting it. Not only is there no evidence to support evolution, it is really poor logic when you understand the complexity of cellular life. But they keep brain washing children in our schools to put faith in this false doctrine, but at it’s core is Lucifer. So when you research new age religion, it’s fundamental purpose is to either implant the belief in many spirits or gods, or to eliminate the need for God all together, because when you don’t know what to believe in or believe in nothing at all, you are much easier to deceive. It is the antithesis of one Sheppard.. One Flock. It destroys equality among humans and Christianity is it’s enemy. I know most people do not see it that way, that don’t want to think of them self as a racist or a proponent of eugenics, but that is exactly what evolution through natural selection is. No way around it.

      but I do think there is some really good articles on this site and read most of them. But like you i am amazed at the hatred towards Christianity or really any peaceful religion.. And I will have to explain this because the haters are going to come armed with a weapon that the church’s have conveniently loaded for them, but an individuals relationship with God belongs to no one else. It is the unique and private possession of said individual and God. and non of us have the right to impose superiority upon another relationship with God or lack there of. But “doest thou what thou will” if not contained to that individual will result in the destruction of peaceful and equitable existence of all, as this social experiment we call central planned civilization has proven time after time…. Why, because evolution is false and designed to kill mans relationship with God. We cannot exist out side of God’s grace.

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      • No jackass, Christianity does more to lead people away from God than anything else. I have never seen anything lead more people away from God than Christianity, other than perhaps Judaism or Islam. All three of them are just plain ridiculous in the sense that none of them are real. Christianity is nothing but astrotheology and paganism combined with buddhism. But the vast majority of those who claim to be Christian are as ungodly as I’ve ever encountered. Just plain hateful and rude and causing conflict. Furthermore, who has a bigger body count than Christians? Seriously, who? The Nazis were a bunch of Christians and it irritates me to no end how they always deny that simple fact. A bunch of Christians slaughtered the original inhabitants of this continent, along with the continent directly south of us as well. Great civilizations were eviscerated and cultures disappeared along with languages. They burned all the history of what was before and left it all to mystery. Do you really think Michelangelo and DaVinci would’ve painted all that religious stuff if the church didn’t forbid artists painting anything other than Christian themed work? The Crusades, the Inquisition, BOTH being pure Christian doctrine. Murder and mayhem everywhere they’ve set foot upon the globe. So enough, with the pretending that Christians are good and that Christianity is correct. Enough with all that ridiculousness of the Bible being the word of God as if God personally created a cabin in Montana where he typed that book out with a carton of Lucky Strikes and a bottle of Old Grand Dad. It’s not a historical document and nor is it the word of God and nor is it inspired by God and nor are Adonai, Jehovah, or Allah Gods at all. They’re archons, which is NOT a God but self-aware thought matter created by human beings who are an emanation of God. A reflection of God, living separate and having forgotten our own true divinity. WE are God, and not all that ignorant and silly bronze age Lucifer nonsense. By the way your holiness, lucifer is a word not a name.

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        • Chi

          Well, Eric, the bible is known as the word of God for this main reason, i believe, God is a Spirit and only through words, written and preserved, can His messages be passed on. Would you like to consider why some occultic books have a funny effect on people who read on several of its chants and words? It was still human beings that wrote such books- however, these books were inspired by some evil spirits which is why it causes some kind of inspirations. Likewise, the bible was inspired by God’s Holy Spirit and He is more gentle than evil spirits which is why you are not ”spiritual hijacked” by just reading the bible compared to occultic books. I would recommend you look at the Biblical record of Jude verses 8&9, truly there were deep insights by some of the disciples of Jesus which i believe they could have only known by the Spirit. Obviously, the bible has acknowledged some other forms of dominions which was why Ephesians 6:12 was stated. Remember, that we are not just bodies, we are spirits that have a soul which live in a body (Genesis 1:27 and 2:7). WE are not God, as you have indicated-rather we are gods (psalms 82:6). Just be open-minded and open-hearted because our minds are still not fully matured to understand every spiritual reality which our hearts may believe in completely. Tell God to reveal himself to you and do not ”act smart” while asking, like the student seeking guidance but was given an advice by a monk to empty his cup of pride so he can receive a new and better refill.

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        • Pete

          Eric, You seriously need to honestly re-evaluate everything you think you know. I have never heard such a broad selection of absolute unqualified rubbish as that rant. Your teachers need to see what they have created.

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        • You need to chill, seriously.

          p.s. Lucifer is a name. Interesting if you look at latin-based languages (Spanish, Italian, etc.) you can look at the word for “name” and “noun” and they translate the same: nombre, nome = noun or name. Lucifer is a word, as are the others we’ve typed, and it can be used as a proper noun or a common noun. Either way, you need to chill.

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      • Max Warwick

        The thing for me is that I have no problem with nor even deny the possibility of a god or gods or any idea brought up by religion. My problem is that organized religion does not grant children the opportunity to study the world and known universe to make notions of their own. If you believe in the story the bible has told you, that you’ve been brought up with since childhood… You’re pleading ignorance to other possibilities as well. There are a lot of stories. But if you don’t know, if you haven’t experienced anything… No prayers answered, no miracles… Why would it be logical to place such strong faith in something like that? My only understanding would be the solidification of these ideas throughout childhood. I mean, most organized religions have had dark pasts… But Christians physically destroyed pagan buildings of worship and essentially destroyed their way of life. Various scriptures have been changed over the course of history to mould to the government’s will for certain laws.

        This doesn’t change the possibility of there being a god or gods. But, it certainly brings about the question of why do you believe that it is specifically this way or that way? Let yourself be sceptical! Because blindly accepting ends the process of further knowledge that can lead to definition!

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        • Aaron

          Now you are telling me how to approach life, when you know absolutely nothing about me. You have no concept of my path to Christianity. The answers you ask are not of the nature that can be answered by me and especially not in this limited format, these are your questions and your quest. Though the answers are there and I can assure I have made an exhaustive search and for you to be dismissive of that with no knowledge is invasive. So I reject your desire to be of better spiritual knowledge of or for me and I will leave you alone at this point. Best of luck in your quest and may peace be awarded to you equal to the peace you present.

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        • Aaron

          As a Christian, I agree with almost everything you said and what I am not sure about is insignificant to me. I resisted Jesus with a substantial commitment for most of my adult life and now as a middle aged adult, I see the reason and have researched the story and evidence and while I understand, that to this second, there remains plausible deniability, I have a sound commitment to the true ministry of Jesus Christ and his direct teachings… They are not what the vast majority of people think. True Christians, by the very essence of definition, cannot destroy, well we can because we are human but we are not acting on behalf of Jesus when we ere. Our command is acceptance and equality among all mankind, we fail constantly and that is shameful but we are all human. What is done in the name of religion that is not in the commitment to love of all equally is a deception and not in the name of Jesus, the true Christ for me. Christians as well as everyone else are sinners. Be we should hold a commitment of honor and love God above all else and to treat our neighbors (and we are all neighbors) as we would treat our self.

          And that is the rub between Lucifer and Jesus…. Evolution and Creation. They are incompatible… That does not mean that we have to impose our will upon the other.

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          • Melissa

            What’s strange to me is a lot of people take the the writings of Matthew, Mark, Paul, and John as if Jesus himself wrote these, as if his message hadn’t been mediated and interpreted differently by each of them. One thing that is clear is that Yeshua of Nazareth was an outcast from his family and society. He had radical ideas and was essentially a rebel. He wanted people to listen to the “God” inside them, to our own internal sense of divinity. The main message was that there is no god out there, no deity. God refers to the spirit inside us. This idea connects very interestingly to many other religions and teachings. Does it not sound like another way of referring to Kundalini, our energy centers that must be awakened? One of Jesus’ dominant messages was that people need to open their eyes and awaken themselves to this spirit within. According to the story, he was betrayed by his own family for going against the status quo and was nailed to a cross for his ideas. Unfortunately, many aspects of the story are taken literally instead of metaphorically. It is not Jesus who matters (as I believe he would himself say if he were here), it is the message he brought, but most were too close-minded to listen to what he said and took his message literally (in the stories of the new testament) and therefore could not see, or open their eyes. One can see the parallels between this story and what is going on today in our society. Most people are still too blind and close-minded to see what’s right in front of them, and even inside them. Authority still works in the same way–messages that go against the grain are quickly snuffed.

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            • btw…it’s, “closed-minded” not “close-minded!!!”

  8. total beatup. Wikileaks cables DO NOT confirm existence of EL. Assange says on the video there is small mention of UFO, but bilk of mention is about the ralien cult. None of this amounts to any evidence.

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    • Finally a comment worth reading.

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    • Kin

      This was the truest and most important comment made in relation to this article and it went completely unnoticed.

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      • PeteN

        I noticed – and agree..

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        • I noticed the on-topic comment, was refreshing to see people who can focus on the information presented without going off into tangents & name calling.

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  9. Religious people claiming that people don’t care about Christianity. Why do you care that we don’t care or that we think you are silly? Nobody hates your religion. We just hate you constantly spouting your fairytale and trying to push your silly story on others.

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    • PeteN

      Its probably the vehemence with which you leverage your lack of beliefs on others using such insults as ‘fairytales’ ‘silly story’ – You are now officially an armchair warrior.

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  10. Afreemind

    You Christians wouldn’t get so much hate if you would stop posting your crap everywhere. We get it, your brainwashed and you can’t wait to die and be in Heaven with all the Priest pedophiles.

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    • I also see anti Christian diatribes by New Aethist fanatics all over the place. I tell you what, all you easily offended hostile extremists (of both the Christian and New Aethiest types) all just shhhh for a while and let the people that acknowledge none of know us anything for sure and questions are better than screaming ‘what is’ at each other talk without your white noise for a bit. It’s not like you polarised ranters are ever going to convince each other of anything anyhow…. In all your intolerant impotent anger you all just make meaningful conversation about anything next to impossible.

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    • you’re, not your.

      Would help people take you a bit more seriously as you judge the pedophiles.

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    • “WOW! YOU are so…pathetic!!!”

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      • Afreemind

        I’m not the one trolling the internet “Spreading the word”. In your brainwashed sick mind you think everyone needs to feel this warped fantasy like you. You can’t be a normal productive human without your belief in this “Higher power” guiding you. Why don’t you try facing your demons and the fact that your nothing in this giant universe. You make zero difference, your not going to live forever and your ego is who you really believe in. Believing that God is responsible for everything is the reason everything is so sucked up in this world, now that’s pathetic asshole.

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        • “I know you are, but what am I???”

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        • phil-major

          afreemind seems to have a very closed mind in this convo. no one here can say there is no higher power, especially those that cannot realize that we do live on a special planet and that people can make a difference. if you do think that you have no power on this planet then you should save the food and oxygen for those that appreciate their special existence and use the tools that God has given us to make a change. God isnt responsible for everything, we have free will so you shouldnt back talk the reason you are alive in the firstplace.

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          • Afreemind

            4.5 billion years of evolution brought me to this planet not your fake God. I never said their isn’t a higher power but blindly believing in some silly 2000 year old man made form of control is closed minded. You can’t discuss anything without seeing God as the answer. Start believing in the planet that gives us life and make a difference in her health instead of believing God will do it for you. Otherwise your the one wasting oxygen.

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  11. Mike Rosenthal

    I’m not saying there is no extraterrestrial life, But almost all UFO’s are man-made. They are simply secret aircraft used by the nuclear industry for security and other purposes. Secrecy is necessary for this reason only. They are disk shaped for the most part, some are triangular. The technology behind them isn’t extraterrestrial either.

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    • Bob

      Be quiet. If you have nothing sensible to say then say nothing!

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      • PeteN

        Goes for you too Bob.

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  12. It does not need wikileaks to dig for such information On the official FBI website there are documents granted to public with some omissions of details where it is confirmed UFOs found still in 1950 and 1960. Of course recent docs are not still shown, we need first to metabolize this portion ;)

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  13. Jack

    Blah, blah, blah, heard it all before, from the same group of people, the same snake oil salesmen selling bullshit, nonsense, faker, books, web subscriptions and fear. It’s all bullshit! Don’t believe in this nonsense because in the end, there simply is NO PROOF! Nothing, not one shred of physical evidence. Stories, shaky video and fuzzy dots in the night sky really doesn’t spell out that aliens are up there. This has been going on for decades and still there is no sign. Anyone can be a witness and tell a great story, plenty of people will believe. That’s all one needs for something like this to have worth. But it doesn’t. There simply is NO PROOF that extraterrestrial exist. At least not here on earth.That doesn’t mean to say that there isn’t life elsewhere, chances are there’s probably life teeming throughout the universe. But if anyone is going to need proof of this fact, we need proof. Common sense dictates that there has to be tangible, physical evidence. Don’t tell me you believe, because you’ll end up a fool.

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    • Robert

      “Common sense dictates that there has to be tangible, physical evidence. ”

      And I think if there was a real crash then common sense should also tell you whoever gets hold of such technology and is able to successfully reverse engineer it could have an undue advantage over other countries… economically or militarily…

      I doubt it if governments like that in Belgium or Iran would scramble jets just to chase fake dots in the sky with radar return. At least if you don’t want to entertain the ET hypotheses of so-called snake oil salesmen then at least listen to “more serious” researchers like ex-NASA scientist Dr.Richard Haines who established NARCAP the main objective of which is aviation safety; i.e., they recognize the UAPs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon) as real as encountered by many pilots… but not necessarily jumping to the conclusion that they’re ETs or aliens.

      They even have this recommendation to pilots:

      http://www.narcap.org/files/narcap_pilot_recommendations1.pdf

      Recommendations to Pilots from NARCAP
      on What to Do and What Not to Do if you Have a Near Encounter with
      an Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon

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    • Thank you … glad someone else thought this after reading the article … not to say i DON’T think there is extraterrestrial life, I just haven’t seen real, tangible proof … people making claims is one thing, but real proof is something very different … and the article has nothing whatsoever to do with religion, so it’s nice to find at least a FEW posts on here that have nothing to do with it :)

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    • PeteN

      While, like you I am skeptical, this book was a very thought provoking read.. “Need to Know by Timothy Good”. Real reports by reliable people (pilots etc) of UFO’s. I suspect UFO’s are just more advanced flight technology being tested, I don’t see aliens from other planets being likely, but hey – who really knows!

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  14. Chambo

    The question is not if there is intelligent life on other planets, the real question here is, is there intelligent life on this planet?

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    • Reading some of the replies makes me wonder too, Chambo. :)

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  15. WikiFan

    Nothing new here, nothing 2013ish

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