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  1. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    Well, I'm far from alone in the UFO research community in not trusting TTSA at all. In fact, the ONLY researchers of prominence who give TTSA quite a lot of slack are Richard Dolan and Linda Howe....
  2. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    Very good question, and I've been thinking hard about this. It really depends on what 'the wider media' means, and what a 'journalist' is.

    As many reading this will know, Avalon is periodically...
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    Re: The Great Quotes thread

    You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.
    Maya Angelou
  4. Re: Joseph McMoneagle, Remote Viewing UFOs and ETs

    Great question. The SRI Remote Viewing research began way back in 1972, and culminated in 1985 (by which time it had moved from SRI to SAIC).

    Following the long research and testing phase, RV was...
  5. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    Yes, for sure.

    I suspect that benevolent ETS are in the majority — just as benevolent humans are on this planet. The human race might be a good analog. But just a SMALL number of MALevolent humans...
  6. Re: The inexplicable experiences of Chris Bledsoe

    Yes, for sure.

    I suspect that benevolent ETS are in the majority — just as benevolent humans are on this planet. The human race might be a good analog. But just a SMALL number of MALevolent humans...
  7. Re: The inexplicable experiences of Chris Bledsoe

    It could be. But it doesnt fit into the whole story with him feeling and thinking these ET's are benevolent. Took away his sickness, his dads sickness, didnt do anything harmful to him...
  8. Re: The inexplicable experiences of Chris Bledsoe

    I strongly suspect that an important clue to all this lies in the marvelous 1997 Jodie Foster film Contact.

    Everyone who's seen this may remember that towards the end of the film, Ellie, played by...
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    Re: Atlantis: where and when was it?

    Here's the conclusion of an interesting Farsight Institute Remote Viewing project in 2016. Whatever one might think of them, their methodology and their results, it's definitely entertaining (there's...
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    The problem if you’re a celebrity:
    Your audience sees your integrity.
    Wilcock has little
    His ego is brittle
    And everyone doubts his sincerity.

    :)
  11. Re: Tom DeLonge, TTSA and 'Sekret Machines': Is Disclosure Going Mainstream?

    Chris Lambright's 22 page document as an embedded PDF:

    http://projectavalon.net/Chris_Lambright_Questions_on_BAASS_Nimitz_TTSA.pdf
    ...
  12. Re: Tom DeLonge, TTSA and 'Sekret Machines': Is Disclosure Going Mainstream?

    Chris Lambright: (24:00)
    "Everyone should be looking at them, because something doesn't add up."
    Exactly. :highfive:
  13. Re: Tom DeLonge, TTSA and 'Sekret Machines': Is Disclosure Going Mainstream?

    More from Mike Turber about the TicTac craft being a classified Air Force project, as of 4 days ago (2 Dec 2019).

    There's something not 100% right about his story, for sure, but I am personally...
  14. Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    Dave Paulides featured centrally in this January 2019 History Channel Documentary Vanished.

    It's extremely interesting, especially inasmuch as Paulides goes MUCH further than he ever has in his...
  15. Re: The inexplicable experiences of Chris Bledsoe

    Hi. Folks: I've posted this here under What Does It Mean? because of the ridiculously inexplicable high strangeness of the series of events that Chris Bledsoe and his family experienced over a number...
  16. Re: Smartphone addiction creates chemical imbalances in brain in teens

    A new study by King's College London on smartphone addiction in young people, published 29 November, 2019:


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  17. Re: What China Found on the Moon (Richard Hoagland research)

    Just a few footnotes here.


    The presentation was made in May 2014. (Not in itself significant! Just info. It's not new.)



    At 55:45, Hoagland is excited about a 'pyramid'. (And again at...
  18. Re: David Paulides' research: over 1600 inexplicable abductions in National Parks, wilderness, and urban areas

    Here it is: :thumbsup:


    http://avalonlibrary.net/Coast_to_Coast_AM_audio/Coast_to_Coast_David_Paulides_2_Dec_2019_Hour_1.mp3
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    Re: It Will Be Done By 2030! [David Icke]

    Moderator note from Bill:

    @ExomatrixTV: John, you MUST PLEASE add something to explain what a video you post is about.


    The thread title is It Will Be Done By 2030! [David Icke].
    You copied...
  20. Re: Why You Can't Stop Clicking - Time for Dopamine Fasting! - Escaping The Validation Feedback Loop

    Well, dopamine is a natural thing (animals have it too!), and it's simply that brain chemical that makes us feel happy when something positive happens. Almost anything at all!

    But it does play a...
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