Conjunction Junction- What's Your Function?

OK, so the same day we're promised a glimpse at a real-live Grey we get pictures of a very exotic looking undiscovered tribe in the Amazon. An expert tells us this tribe is trying to remain hidden, and I can't look at those pictures without thinking of the Cargo Cults that got Van Daniken started with Chariots of the Gods.

So what are we to make of this conjunction? Freeman believes that the Greys are no extraterrestrial but subterranean, which ties in quite nicely with the camera-shy tribe. Are the Greys like these Indians? Are they our cousins, who merely took a left turn when the ret of the world went right?

I'm quite agnostic when it comes to the UFO thing, to be honest. There's too much evidence for it to be a hoax or something, but not enough for me to believe these are aliens. I kind of like the subterranean explanation, and maybe this strange conjunction is pointing us in that direction. When it comes to the Greys, their reported behavior does seem more like some sort of alternate race native to this planet, who take a somewhat furtive stance to their hominid relations.

9 comments:

  1. The 'culture' to whom the tribe are undiscovered, that takes down the jungles and forests on this planet, is the alien invader to this planet.

    That is its missing history and the reason behind all its lies.

    Whether 'greys' (the term was first used in or in relation to Whitely Streibers books on them) are from some other dimension or planet or whatever isn't the issue; it's what they're reported to do that's important to look at.

    Any typical abduction scenario for example, plays out as though it's a role-reversal for the people involved, insofar as the culture they are a part of treats animals and pets (eg - experiments, vets).

    They make people look at the things ignored, that enable them to continue to persist in their futile wrong ways; and also they are studying why such an entity as that, that is capable of blocking out truth to its own mind, in order to continue along a futile path to no useful outcome, is able to exist and come to be.

    It's easy to see how abuse can make anyone behave irrationally, but if things were to be run back to an 'original cause' what would be the excuse then for why wrong was chosen, given that its inevitable outcome would be known of, by the chooser, before the choice was made.

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  2. That alien article is full of complete retardation.
    Someone is quoted as saying ET from the ET film looks like a grey, and like the image on the tape there.

    It's a famous film, many have seen it and would therefore know that the ET guy in it neither resembles any typical grey at all nor looks anything like the video depiction.

    Then there's this:

    "Bonner says his group normally ignores the claims of UFO buffs, but when he realized that Jeff Peckman was asking for taxpayer dollars to form a commission, he figured he should do something.

    "When we heard Peckman was going to show the video to the media, I said, 'I'll bet it's the Romanek video,'" he said, referring to the video that Colorado Springs resident Stan Romanek said he made on the night on July 17, 2003, at his home in Nebraska."

    what, as opposed to using money to fund two homes and hoaxed alien CGI productions? That's not considered a waste of time and money?


    At any rate, the size and look of the videos alien reminded me of this one that was seen in the background of a televised speech:

    http://www.presidentialufo.com/bush_alien_update.htm

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  3. I'd say there's a ton of very weird co-incidences running through this story:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atari_video_game_burial

    The title of the game, where it was buried, the X-Files manner it was buried in, some of the comments about why they were buried in that manner - "dead animals"?!

    So are the Polybius cabinets buried nearby as well.

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  4. Chris,

    You might want to check out some of Bill Coopers works:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zSc8M5N-78&feature=related

    Gav mentions his book Behold A Pale Horse, might be worth a glance bro.

    Peace!

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  5. "The 'culture' to whom the tribe are undiscovered, that takes down the jungles and forests on this planet, is the alien invader to this planet."

    You got that right, Zuppie.

    "When we heard Peckman was going to show the video to the media, I said, 'I'll bet it's the Romanek video,'" he said, referring to the video that Colorado Springs resident Stan Romanek said he made on the night on July 17, 2003, at his home in Nebraska."


    July Seventeen, eh? Well, that settles it.

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  6. Oh yeah, Skaggsie, I was reading Cooper's stuff way back when- we're talking the Usenet days. Funny you should bring him up, I was watching a couple videos on him yesterday.

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  7. Did you ever read Alien Apocalypse 2006 (graphic novel)? I always meant to buy a copy but never got around to ordering it.

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  8. Kinda like the Gungans who live "beneath" Naboo.

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  9. Speaking of Naboo, and shamanic cultures, does the US get The Mighty Boosh on TV or radio yet?

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