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Old 10-01-2008, 07:47 AM   #1
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Default An ususal question--What would you like an interviewer to ask ???

An unusal question:

It seems like an interviewer,
has a hard job, and,
oft times, many people come away from a 1st interview
and, feel, like there were many things,
they had wished the interviewers to ask,
that, where NOT asked...

so, it would make sense to me,
that, there would be a standard list of questions
that you would want to go through,
that would result in a really good interview.

so, what type of questions would you ask ???

Lets say, this person
has managed to accomplish/or do something,
that is quite different, and, also,
it might NOT be easy to prove,
unless, what they could do,
they could also teach you,
how to do the same thing ???

what would be the most interesting type of questions
that you would want to know the answers to,
pertaining to that person ???

what would you want to know most
about them ???

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Old 10-02-2008, 04:00 AM   #2
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Default Re: An ususal question--What would you like an interviewer to ask ???

- it seems a lot of people talk about how interviews,
are NOT what they expect...
so, what questions would you ask ???

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Old 10-02-2008, 04:22 AM   #3
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i tried to post on this thread last night and all of a sudden avalon shut down on me.

i really like to learn how folks discovered their wisdom, how they worked thru it within themselves. that seems to lead into the importance of whatever the subject is. not sure what i would ask, i guess it would depend on who i was asking and how the conversation was going.

i just listened to the web bot interview with Clif High, and i really enjoyed the direction Kerry took the conversation. good questions that got to the heart of the matter and also uncovered a bit of Clif's mind and how it works.

this is a timely discussion for me, as i have just been asked to speak at a conscious living workshop. i have never done anything like this before, so i will check back with this thread here. it might help me plan my own discussion with others.
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Old 10-02-2008, 04:32 AM   #4
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i tried to post on this thread last night and all of a sudden avalon shut down on me. i really like to learn how folks discovered their wisdom, how they worked thru it within themselves. that seems to lead into the importance of whatever the subject is. not sure what i would ask, i guess it would depend on who i was asking and how the conversation was going.
i just listened to the web bot interview with Clif High, and i really enjoyed the direction Kerry took the conversation. good questions that got to the heart of the matter and also uncovered a bit of Clif's mind and how it works.

this is a timely discussion for me, as i have just been asked to speak at a conscious living workshop. i have never done anything like this before, so i will check back with this thread here. it might help me plan my own discussion with others.
Yes, that's a good idea,
letting people know, how you think,
or how you process things

How interested are people about what is seen
between lives, or between the worlds ???

what it feel like to have your heart stop;
and; start up again,
everything that you see/sense/ and, feel ???

are people interested in what you are doing ?
or, why you are doing it ?
or a balance of both ?

challenges you have faced ?

what gets you up in the morning ?

how you harness the dream-time ?

how you flow energy ?

how to remove blocks ?

are people into the "funny stories" ?

(where in 3D you attract one another,
but, in higher levels, you do NOT get along,
or, vice versa)

has anyone heard a real good interview

that they would care to post a link to ???

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Old 10-02-2008, 04:57 AM   #5
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I'm pretty easy going and am generally just thankful to hear an interview- I seldom want more. Something I'm always asking of everything is "how". Teach me. The processes fascinate me.
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Old 10-02-2008, 05:58 AM   #6
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I'm pretty easy going and am generally just thankful to hear an interview- I seldom want more. Something I'm always asking of everything is "how". Teach me. The processes fascinate me.
i agree with that,
i love interviews,
that teach me something,
and, keep me involved

laughing is also good

or, interviews where you can feel someone smile

i think, that is one of the things,
i enjoy about watching Kerry Cassidy,
she has a big heart, and, when she smiles,
it shows !!!

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Old 10-02-2008, 06:09 AM   #7
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I would have REALLY liked Kerry to have asked Clif High from Half Past Human about the notification on his website that clearly states:

"Please note that our interpretations are provided as entertainment only. We are to be held harmless for universe placing substance behind our words. Or not, as it so chooses."

I mean, come on folks...Might as well ask a tarot card reader what is in store for the future. Like it or not, you cannot take the interview for much value because of this. I feel that it should have pointed point out right away.
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Old 10-02-2008, 07:14 AM   #8
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I don't have a problem with the Questions they ask,,
but how is it they come up with those to interview?
and why the same folks ( over & over ) there are so many
folks out there ... Kinda like why does Coast to Coast
repeat so many guests? ,. ....
Yes ,,, I have a favorite I'd like to see interviewed by
Camelot ,, We should start a separate thread to ask about
New interviews & why . . . to pick those ....( Laura at >>>>> )
(CASSIOPAEA.Org) http://cassiopaea.org
did you know Coast to Coast AM often asks the guests to submit questions
before the show. . . . . So the interviewer does not have to read the book etc..
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Old 10-02-2008, 08:20 AM   #9
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What I would like to see is for the interviewer to get out of the way and let the interviewee talk. Yes, ask questions, but let the person *finish* before interrupting with another question. If you'd like to ask a followup question, write it down and ask it when the person is finished speaking. Let the interview be organic as much as possible. I don't watch/listen to interviews to hear the interviewer talk about *their* ideas about a subject; I want to hear what the interviewee thinks. In other words, as much as possible, the interviewer should just *shut up* and let the person talk.
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Old 10-02-2008, 03:51 PM   #10
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What I would like to see is for the interviewer to get out of the way and let the interviewee talk. Yes, ask questions, but let the person *finish* before interrupting with another question. If you'd like to ask a followup question, write it down and ask it when the person is finished speaking. Let the interview be organic as much as possible. I don't watch/listen to interviews to hear the interviewer talk about *their* ideas about a subject; I want to hear what the interviewee thinks. In other words, as much as possible, the interviewer should just *shut up* and let the person talk.
yes, i agree, sometimes "the interviewer" can say, or talk too much ...

what do you think, about interactive dialogue,
between two people, who are both,
doing interesting work,
so, it is like listening into a conversation,
between the two of them,
where both of them,
are injecting significant information ???

thanks for everyone's input

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Old 10-02-2008, 04:26 PM   #11
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I would like to see a simple but direct question:
What do these people do from the moment they wake up and then go to sleep at night?

On a typical day....anyday.

What do they eat? What do they 'like' to eat? What kind of entertaiment do they enjoy? Etc...Etc...
How is their temperment? Are they angry a lot? Forgiving a lot?
Do they drive and talk on the cell phone? Are they absent minded?
How is their health? Different since 'coming out'?

Basically to draw a picture of them as compared to the rest of us....

Make Sense? Sometimes I wonder if I make any sense at all...hehe!

EDIT: I too agree that an Interviewer Interrupts too much at times.
I noticed this with Kerry on Bob Dean's 3 part interview.
I wanted to say (nicely) to please let the man just speak...he will get to ALL of your questions at some point.

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Old 10-02-2008, 04:30 PM   #12
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I mean, come on folks...Might as well ask a tarot card reader what is in store for the future. Like it or not, you cannot take the interview for much value because of this. I feel that it should have pointed point out right away.
I have listened to a lot of interviews by those that say they are 'in the know'.

There have been many 'predictions' made... with specific dates... and yet nothing happened on those dates. So the above 'disclaimer' is added so that in case they are totally wrong, they can say... "Well we told you that 'outside forces' might change their mind"

We listen to an interview... sometimes from someone well known in a field, sometimes from someone who claims to be an ex employee 'coming forward' like Bob Lazar and others...

They tell us a story... and immediately their word is Gospel....

Why? Has anyone actually checked if the data is real?
Has anyone checked if anything said can be independently verified?
Does what one insider says match with another insider?

I have seen some that agree... and many that tell other stories that don't match... and I have seen 'insiders' feud with each other on who has the 'right' story.

In the end we are no better off than we were to start... there is so much confusion it is near impossible to sort out.

The current 'fad' is 2012... last time it was 2000... End of Everything...

Well we went through 2000... and are still here. Seems the Universe changed its mind

2012 Where does that date come from? What exactly is going to happen?
Nibiru? Well Sitchin says no to that date...
Crossing the 'Galactic Plane'... well we did that a few million years ago and are currently 50 light years above that plane and moving out

Zeta Talk was sure Nibiru would come in 2003... people sold houses, quit jobs and bought bunkers... well... they are ****** right now...

So which insider do we believe?


A list of questions?

I would let them start with a basic "Tell us your story" then have a list of questions that should be asked of each and all insiders... ask each one the same questions and tally the answers.

But right now the mix of real info, disinfo, deliberate misdirection, trolling and even stalking is so far out of hand the message is lost

And there is another factor

Manifestation

I know many especially on this board believe it possible...

If that is true then think about this...

If enough people believe the World will end in 2012... can they manifest that?
If enough people believe Nibiru will come in 2012, will it magically appear?

Fortunately for the Planet... those that talk and expect gloom and doom and the end of days are so disorganized in their belief that they cannot focus on ONE doom

This is a result of all the mixup in what may or may not happen... and is a good thing...

Is 'good' stronger than 'evil'? NO The Universe could care less... Just look out at the beauty Hubble shows us... and the DESTRUCTION... A star explodes and takes out any planets around it, yet in its place is a beautiful nebula to start it over

If our star were to explode tomorrow... we would be vaporized... all the History, the Art, the Achievements of Mankind would cease to exist in a flash... and no one in the Universe would know we ever existed at all... but would marvel at the beautiful nebula where the sun once was...

But 'good' has one advantage... it has more focus... and THAT gives it an edge.

So if manifestation is indeed the rule of the Universe... then it is easy to see why 'predictions' fail... no matter how much 'inside knowledge' you have...

One last note though to the "Nibiru is coming... PREPARE" crowd

Explain to me how you will PREPARE for this...

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someone should interview dee @ great dreams
http://www.greatdreams.com/nwo.htm

also, thank you for those ideas

they are good ones

does anyone else have any "meat" to offer this thread ???
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Old 10-16-2008, 09:46 PM   #14
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EVERYONE seems to have an opinion
about "interviews" after they happen...

how about a list of questions

to help interviewers, know what to ask

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Old 10-16-2008, 11:01 PM   #15
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i would start out with "why do you think humans exist".
nothing seems to be more important than that to me.

hey, maybe that could be its own thread

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Even if the Avalon community came up with a short list of questions to ask, would it be fair to the interviewees or interviewers to be 'bound', so to speak, by such a list of questions?

In the context of Project Camelot, each of the subjects of the interviews had unique experiences which they offered to share, each one in their own way. Bill and Kerry have done an amazing job in making the connections and teasing out salient information within the framework of the topics their subjects are knowledgeable about. From that standpoint, I would not change a thing. I like their style.

On the other hand, this is an eXcellent question. What do people have a burning desire to know the answers to?!! Perhaps such concerns can somehow be worked into future interviews.

My own burning question would ideally be posed to someone who has knowledge of our future timelines: What specific behaviors did the remnant (er, that's us!) cultivate that enabled it to adapt, upcycle and evolve even as the dominant society degenerated?

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Old 10-18-2008, 04:07 AM   #17
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i would start out with "why do you think humans exist"
hyatt
human is simply a label
humanity is simply a group

so, since these is no dna strand called "human"

do, you think then, it might be
what pure dna strands,
what pure dna strands can mate/or mix,
and, then can express themselves "incarnate" on earth ?

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Old 10-18-2008, 04:14 AM   #18
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Bill and Kerry have done an amazing job in making the connections and teasing out salient information within the framework of the topics their subjects are knowledgeable about. From that standpoint, I would not change a thing. I like their style.
On the other hand, this is an eXcellent question. What do people have a burning desire to know the answers to?!! Perhaps such concerns can somehow be worked into future interviews.
My own burning question would ideally be posed to someone who has knowledge of our future timelines: What specific behaviors did the remnant (er, that's us!) cultivate that enabled it to adapt, upcycle and evolve even as the dominant society degenerated?
I agree, i think, both of them,
have done an excellent job, on almost all of their videos

do you think, most of them provide information,
that everyone can utilise,
in order to advance themselves,
to become more, never less...

or, is that something, that most of them,
do NOT seem to be doing...

providing real solutions/
and, real steps people can take
and, really implement
in order to improve themselves...
as, this seems to be a "missing" common denominator?

i'd love to see more opinions on this thread

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Old 10-18-2008, 04:15 AM   #19
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I have listened to a lot of interviews by those that say they are 'in the know'.

There have been many 'predictions' made... with specific dates... and yet nothing happened on those dates. So the above 'disclaimer' is added so that in case they are totally wrong, they can say... "Well we told you that 'outside forces' might change their mind"

We listen to an interview... sometimes from someone well known in a field, sometimes from someone who claims to be an ex employee 'coming forward' like Bob Lazar and others...

They tell us a story... and immediately their word is Gospel....

Why? Has anyone actually checked if the data is real?
Has anyone checked if anything said can be independently verified?
Does what one insider says match with another insider?

I have seen some that agree... and many that tell other stories that don't match... and I have seen 'insiders' feud with each other on who has the 'right' story.

In the end we are no better off than we were to start... there is so much confusion it is near impossible to sort out.

The current 'fad' is 2012... last time it was 2000... End of Everything...

Well we went through 2000... and are still here. Seems the Universe changed its mind

2012 Where does that date come from? What exactly is going to happen?
Nibiru? Well Sitchin says no to that date...
Crossing the 'Galactic Plane'... well we did that a few million years ago and are currently 50 light years above that plane and moving out

Zeta Talk was sure Nibiru would come in 2003... people sold houses, quit jobs and bought bunkers... well... they are ****** right now...

So which insider do we believe?


A list of questions?

I would let them start with a basic "Tell us your story" then have a list of questions that should be asked of each and all insiders... ask each one the same questions and tally the answers.

But right now the mix of real info, disinfo, deliberate misdirection, trolling and even stalking is so far out of hand the message is lost

And there is another factor

Manifestation

I know many especially on this board believe it possible...

If that is true then think about this...

If enough people believe the World will end in 2012... can they manifest that?
If enough people believe Nibiru will come in 2012, will it magically appear?

Fortunately for the Planet... those that talk and expect gloom and doom and the end of days are so disorganized in their belief that they cannot focus on ONE doom

This is a result of all the mixup in what may or may not happen... and is a good thing...

Is 'good' stronger than 'evil'? NO The Universe could care less... Just look out at the beauty Hubble shows us... and the DESTRUCTION... A star explodes and takes out any planets around it, yet in its place is a beautiful nebula to start it over

If our star were to explode tomorrow... we would be vaporized... all the History, the Art, the Achievements of Mankind would cease to exist in a flash... and no one in the Universe would know we ever existed at all... but would marvel at the beautiful nebula where the sun once was...

But 'good' has one advantage... it has more focus... and THAT gives it an edge.

So if manifestation is indeed the rule of the Universe... then it is easy to see why 'predictions' fail... no matter how much 'inside knowledge' you have...

One last note though to the "Nibiru is coming... PREPARE" crowd

Explain to me how you will PREPARE for this...

speaking of "how do we know whos right and wrong," how do we know you are not incorrect in the info about the galactic plane that you gave us. Not that you are purposely trying to deceive us.
Take the north star for example. When we look up and see the north star, we are seeing it as how it was x number of light years ago. (x=however long it takes light to reach us from the polaris).
Just like when you look at the sun, you see it as it was 8 minutes ago.
Wonder where the stars in the sky are RIGHT NOW. (right now being if you stopped time completely and traveled to its position to actually see where it was) An update if you will.
As for 2012, there is evidence for 2012, unlike Y2K. There was absolutely no evidence for Y2K nor any scientific speculation as to whether this was going to happen. 2012 has MUCH more to it and MUCH more attention behind it than Y2K. Not trying to talk ****, but I love to think critically.

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Well, Exchanger who are you thinking of interviewing, this may help in drawing up questions for you.
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I'd like to ask Michael St Clair why he's so elitist in his outlook on the rest of humanity. In some ways, he seems to be straight out of the 'ILLUMINATI' mould. I think I even heard him say something like we need 'thinning out a bit'.

A question I'd like to ask most of the whistle blowers and the well established 'researchers' is: If this DOOM thing escalates and accelerates and the general population is still 'asleep', would you 'change heart' and use your 'connections' to run for cover with the very people you currently tell us are the 'bad' people.

I ask this because I find that here in the UK we have a 'system' that seems to revolve around the Royal family. Whenever someone, from whatever background, manages to make a 'name' for themselves and gain some considerable influence, e.g. Paul McCartney, Bob Geldoff, Mick Jagger, Elton John, Lord Carlile and the rest, they get 'nobbled' by the Royal honours system. It doesn't matter how rebellious, badly behaved with drug habits and promiscuity, within a few decades they still get honoured and find themselves 'inside' the tent batting for the Royal household. That's the part of the Royal system that even David Icke doesn't say much about. That's not 'bloodline' that's HONOUR and Hollywood has built an honour system just like it too.

I'm really 'buzzed' that Camelot's Kerry and Bill are working the world finding and talking to all these people. I devour every interview. Kerry has a great knack for it that's at least as good as the best mainstream chat hosts. The fact that I'm really more confused now than I was 2 years ago, just slips by under the radar. Who cares, it's a gripping tale and some of it must be true, mustn't it?

Paul Simon wrote a lyric that went " another generation throws a hero up the pop charts ". Camelot may be trying to do many things but one thing it's doing is creating a 'roster' of 'stars'. I've been here before. We all have, and we all know where it goes next. That's not necessarily a problem. Just as long as it doesn't get stuck in 'HELLO' Magazine mode for too long.

I think Bill and Kerry, as 'manifestation' minded as they are , will surely agree that we are all in a very very precarious situation in this world right now. Bill and Kerry are really very balanced between the two, often argued on this forum, polarities that trouble us so much collectively. They do great stuff with 'who' they are but if we 'bow down before our leaders' in this situation, we'll do them a great diss service. They need all of us right up their arses, all of the time, keeping this thing FULLY balanced because it's bigger than all of us.

Oh, another question. Ask Dan Burisch what exactly his definition of patriotism is? It would make a change from asking what is his favourite question.

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does anyone else have any good questions to add ???
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Well, Exchanger who are you thinking of interviewing, this may help in drawing up questions for you.
quite a few different people

mostly those who have been a part of my journey/or path

thanks christo888 ~ maybe i could interview you ???
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