Devotees of science fiction have been convinced for decades that an alien spacecraft crashed in the desert of New Mexico – and that the American government covered up the recovery of extraterrestrial bodies.
Sounds like a variation of the story that it was deformed products of Japanese eugenics experiments or something along those lines that were used as test dummies by the US for Secret Aircraft testing. At least that version is slightly more credible in that it doesn't suppose the USSR managing to get a Secret Bomber across the Atlantic and into US airspace undetected, and within shouting distance of the base of the bomber squadron that had dropped the bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, before it went "whoopsie".
Life is a hideous business, and from the background behind what we know of it peer daemoniacal hints of truth which make it sometimes a thousandfold more hideous.
You go, Habitat....LMAO. Guess the new book just ignores all the statements of Marcel to Stanton Friedman and hundreds of corroborating stories. Disinformation is a powerful tool. Too work this hard, on multiple levels to discredit the incident, and keep doing it for this long, only lends more credence to the original stories. Right on 747400!
My question about Roswell is whether all the witnesses are complete liars? There are hundreds of civilian and military witnesses, and the only way to deny the whole story about some kind of weird thing crashing there is if all of them are 100% liars or 100% crazy.
The lie of self adds nothing to life, all it does is consume ~ Kevin Damaso
Posted 15 May 2011 - 03:15 AM
If ever you open your eyes, you may finally see and realise that direct experience is the only truth you'll ever really know. Even what is an apparent absolute truth for me can only ever be your belief. Keep it clear in the mind that beliefs are not truth. Not even close. Beliefs only obscure truth.