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    Default Re: Two hours of great discussion with David Wilcock

    Disclosure on how to receive a visit? Sounds good.

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    Default Re: Two hours of great discussion with David Wilcock

    There's plenty of Black Knight information on the PA forum thread here:

    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...ht#post1030104

    Probably enough for anyone to make their own minds up about the subject...

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    When listening to Linda Moulton Howe talking about the drone that is currently inspecting the minor planet Ceres, I thought about the Black Knight. It may have been a probe sent to study this planet and stayed in orbit after it's power system expired, just as ours will soon.
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    even easier just go to about 1:15:00
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    Default Re: Two hours of great discussion with David Wilcock

    Quote Posted by Karpos (here)
    Quote Posted by KiwiElf (here)
    Which article(s) do you refer to? (Source?)
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/scienc...ust-11-minutes -- showing the popular pictures are a missidentification of a thermal blanket that was lost in space.

    By comparison, The Daily Express newspaper falls along the same lines as "The Globe or The National Enquire" if you catch the drift.


    The satellite is quite real and not a thermal blanket unless of course the blanket is several hundred meters wide! Check the pixel count on the raw data images for image scaling.


    Here's the "redirect". The NASA PTB were fully aware of the satellite's origin and had to respond convincingly and ensure that any further scientific enquiry would not gain traction. The solution, was to place an "appropriately shaped" object in orbit and state it was a thermal blanket that "escaped" from one of the shuttle Endeavor's missions, thus creating adequate denial plausibility.


    This then, allowed NASA to respond to the subject with their now famous typical response of "Say Nothing further".

    Problem resolved.

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    Quote The solution, was to place an "appropriately shaped" object in orbit and state it was a thermal blanket that "escaped" from one of the shuttle Endeavor's missions, thus creating adequate denial plausibility.
    That's interesting. Did you come up with this idea by yourself?

    "So that leaves us with Endeavor's STS-88 flight, and their startling photographs of a spacecraft. There are a lot of things wrong with this part of the story. First of all, the shuttle always flew in a semi-equatorial orbit, as does the International Space Station. An object passing in a polar orbit would have gone by at tens of thousands of kilometers per hour, far too fast to be visible, and certainly far too fast for so many high-quality photos to be taken. During one of the astronauts' EVAs, a thermal blanket was lost and drifted away — silver on one side and black on the other. It was photographed extensively. It was crumpled and formed an odd shape. If you didn't know what to expect, the average person would have no clue what it was. But, unfortunately for the legend and fortunately for the astronauts, it simply wasn't an alien satellite." link

    You can have your myth, but you can't have those photos of a blanket.
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    Quote Posted by Karpos (here)
    Quote The solution, was to place an "appropriately shaped" object in orbit and state it was a thermal blanket that "escaped" from one of the shuttle Endeavor's missions, thus creating adequate denial plausibility.
    An object passing in a polar orbit would have gone by at tens of thousands of kilometers per hour, far too fast to be visible, and certainly far too fast for so many high-quality photos to be taken.

    The Owners of this satellite, I can assure you, have no concern for "speed at km per hour".....they can slow and speed at will. Now, do they know how to say "CHEESE", you may have a point.


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