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Peter Fotis Kapnistos: Scotland Yard investigated the Third Reich doppelganger theory (British Council infiltration by Bavarian Illuminati or Astrum Argentium “Silver Star”) and the final report now remains hidden from the public. A hundred-year ban has been imposed on key facts concerning the so-called deaths of certain German leaders. The US Navy, on the other hand, keeps its own documents (Stargate Project) and is ready to make public any information required to bear out that American forces were not drawn into unlawful activity.

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WOW!

That was really fascinating. Will reread it with more concentration.

I have read 5 of the Moon books (preston). They are either incredible stories of the real ... or good science fiction. I remain sitting in the fence. But every once in a while, you see something in the news, and sometimes in the study of metaphysics, that reminds you of what those books portend. Because of those books, I protect my child, to the point of great personal sacrifice.

I also think that Umberto Eco's multi-layered book about the pendulum, which I have read three times. It has a layer of this type of "truth" reflection, which always brings me back to thinking about humans seeking to implement the act of creation, something the Eco's narrator's wife was doing naturally.

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Interesting collection of thoughts and words tossed onto e-paper.

Any chance of a re-write to make sense of it?

Otherwise its about as nonsensical as , "Mares eat oats and does eat oats and little lambs eat ivy.

A kid'll eat ivy too wouldn't you?"

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Interesting collection of thoughts and words tossed onto e-paper.

Any chance of a re-write to make sense of it?

Otherwise its about as nonsensical as , "Mares eat oats and does eat oats and little lambs eat ivy.

A kid'll eat ivy too wouldn't you?"

I understood it.

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Interesting collection of thoughts and words tossed onto e-paper.

Any chance of a re-write to make sense of it?

Otherwise its about as nonsensical as , "Mares eat oats and does eat oats and little lambs eat ivy.

A kid'll eat ivy too wouldn't you?"

I agree. It looks like it would be interesting if it was structured properly.

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I'm an editor, I have read a fair number of articles on the so-called Philadelphia Experiment and the Eldridge, and this is an incoherent, chaotic mess, one that makes "Morning of the Magicians" look like a tightly reasoned legal brief. I'm just going to make one other comment. The Eldridge was a destroyer escort, a tiny ship with a minuscule crew. The idea that a vessel that small could operate normally as a destroyer escort while hauling around a primitive nuclear reactor is sheer idiocy.

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