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    Default Re: The Truth about 'Pete' Peterson, David Wilcock, the foreclosure, the dead cats, and GoFundMe

    Would it be beneficial to take a cold analytical look at any other interviews perhaps. These elites know what they're doing when it comes to muddying the water and they are very good at it. Bill Brockbrader springs to mind. In fact I would be particularly vigilant about testimonies from any of the supposed super-soldiers or anyone claiming to have been given enhanced abilities.

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    2) It was just a regular foreclosure that had been in process for years. Full documentation here:
    3) As of 24 August, 9 days after Peterson's voicemail message, workers at the house stated they had not yet cleared the house, reported toxic conditions, Peterson had not been there for a while (and was living in Boise, an hour away), and his truck was still there. (See this post for the photo.) Not a bulldozer, a pit, or an armed policeman in sight.
    Thank you for the update.
    Our collective experience suggests: official government documents are subject to modification and 'inaccuracies'.

    I would trust better private people, pictures and recording of living traceable people.

    I suggest patience and thorough research into the subject. Official documents have low validity. Traceable people testimony and pictures have better validity. Linda Moulton Howe was a recent victim for such kind of "official document" hoax.
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    Official documents have low validity.
    I do understand your point. But court documents are court documents. This wasn't a briefing from MJ-12 leaked by Richard Doty!

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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
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    Official documents have low validity.
    I do understand your point. But court documents are court documents. This wasn't a briefing from MJ-12 leaked by Richard Doty!
    Indeed. Bill is right.

    Anyone at all with a computer and the desire to do so can gain access to and review not only the documents that were posted on this thread, but other related court documents as well. One can access the entire court docket and read what is essentially a log or index of what happened in the cases. I have done so mostly out of sheer curiosity, but also to vet what was being said by DW. What he said did not seem right. And it isn't. (By the way, DW himself referenced a court case and a judge, in connection with whom he made other ridiculous claims about crimes and judges being put away for many years to life by some imaginary lawyer on DW's team.)

    This was a fairly run-of-the-mill foreclosure action, followed by an ejectment action, the latter being made necessary because Peterson would not voluntarily vacate the real estate and take his personal property with him. Peterson did not own the house and his personal property was being stored and protected, not destroyed. Photos show storage pods on the site, not dumbsters. No pits and no bulldozers either.

    Sure, governments can and do falsify documents. But, falsifying foreclosure and ejectment doucuments in connection with cases pending for about the past four years and with a clear docket and record of everything that took place in the cases....? No way. Why would they? Peterson and his story and where he is at this time in his life are not on TBTB's radar. DW wants you to think it is because it keeps the yarns he spins in public view, so he whips up a "Dark Alliance" conspiracy as needed. Nope, not passing my smell test. That's fiction, not fact on this score.

    I'm also amazed, and disappointed by the implications, that genuine, verifiable documents that are the product of lengthy courts proceedings, in which Peterson participated not only in the form of the documents he submitted, but also the hearings he attended, are challenged and tagged fake. Yet, DW and C Goode, for instance, provide no evidence and no documentation at all and they get a free pass and what they say is treated as gospel. That is completely wrong and the implications and effects of that kind of thinking is fraught with peril.

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    Default Re: The Truth about 'Pete' Peterson, David Wilcock, the foreclosure, the dead cats, and GoFundMe

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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    2) It was just a regular foreclosure that had been in process for years. Full documentation here:
    3) As of 24 August, 9 days after Peterson's voicemail message, workers at the house stated they had not yet cleared the house, reported toxic conditions, Peterson had not been there for a while (and was living in Boise, an hour away), and his truck was still there. (See this post for the photo.) Not a bulldozer, a pit, or an armed policeman in sight.
    Thank you for the update.
    Our collective experience suggests: official government documents are subject to modification and 'inaccuracies'.

    I would trust better private people, pictures and recording of living traceable people.

    I suggest patience and thorough research into the subject. Official documents have low validity. Traceable people testimony and pictures have better validity. Linda Moulton Howe was a recent victim for such kind of "official document" hoax.
    Um government documents are important because they represent what is the officially sanctioned reality. If you can prove they dont actually match reality, then you got something to work with and show people that the government is lying.

    Are there fake documents or doctored official documents? Yes.

    But to disregard ALL official documents because this is the case. WOW. They are a data point that should be incorporated into the whole picture.

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    Default Re: The Truth about 'Pete' Peterson, David Wilcock, the foreclosure, the dead cats, and GoFundMe

    This thread is a perfect representation of the issue in this field. Many just don't want the truth. Even self made millionaires.
    Last edited by Bill Ryan; 11th September 2017 at 16:50. Reason: I edited out one word, to maintain due decorum. :)

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    I'm kind of interested in the paranoia angle.

    I'm seeing David exhibit some things--if the things we've found out in this thread are true--that remind me of someone I know who is dealing with paranoia issues. She once was convinced that her next door neighbor had broken into her apartment and stolen her scarf. After I spent an afternoon with her going over some mantras that I coached her to use, about taking back her own sovereign power and stuff, she called me that evening and said she found the scarf hanging in her closet.

    She swore she had checked there a number of times and it was not there. I think her mind convinced her that she was not seeing it. Ironically, this reminds me of a cool experiment I read about in one of Wilcock's books where a hypnotist told a guy under trance that he didn't have a daughter. When we woke the guy up, he had his daughter walk into the room and the patient gave no indication that he even saw her.

    Then the cool part: The hypnotist put an index card behind the daughter's back, so that she was standing between the patient and the card, and the patient was able to read everything written on the card.

    We seem to be just brushing the surface of our understanding of "if you have faith the size of a mustard seed" when it comes to what the mind can influence in our reality.

    I see some signs of things like this with David now. Sort of like, I'm up against the cabal, so everything thing I encounter all day long could be a trap. They're out to get me.

    Well, the universe has a way of confirming your beliefs if your faith in them is that strong.

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    Quote Posted by Joe Akulis (here)
    this reminds me of a cool experiment I read about in one of Wilcock's books where a hypnotist told a guy under trance that he didn't have a daughter. When we woke the guy up, he had his daughter walk into the room and the patient gave no indication that he even saw her.

    Then the cool part: The hypnotist put an index card behind the daughter's back, so that she was standing between the patient and the card, and the patient was able to read everything written on the card.
    Just for reference, David Wilcock got that from Michael Talbot's masterwork, The Holographic Universe.

    The story about the hypnotist is here:
    Corey Goode (interestinglyl) features in a similar anecdote re paranoia. From this post of mine in 2015:

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    My first encounter with Corey Goode was in 2006, when he was a Project Camelot follower. I have all our early e-mail correspondence. He made it known he was an IT specialist, and a sensitive and controversial issue came up (connected with the Serpo affair, that was very heated at the time) in which I wanted to correctly identify IP addresses from several different e-mail headers, some from government contacts.

    Corey was able to assist me with that, but the very next day he wrote to me saying he had to break off all contact because he and his wife had returned home one evening and found all the lights left on. He was very anxious, and felt it was a warning.

    A while later, he wrote back to me saying that I could be reassured that it was all a false alarm, as his wife had reminded him that he had left the lights on himself.

    This is a true story.

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    Very interesting

    This is called an "acte manqué" in French, which means that we unconsciously want to sabotage something. Too many of these are definitly signs of psychological imbalance that can have many causes.

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    this reminds me of a cool experiment I read about in one of Wilcock's books where a hypnotist told a guy under trance that he didn't have a daughter. When we woke the guy up, he had his daughter walk into the room and the patient gave no indication that he even saw her.

    Then the cool part: The hypnotist put an index card behind the daughter's back, so that she was standing between the patient and the card, and the patient was able to read everything written on the card.
    Just for reference, David Wilcock got that from Michael Talbot's masterwork, The Holographic Universe.

    The story about the hypnotist is here:
    Corey Goode (interestinglyl) features in a similar anecdote re paranoia. From this post of mine in 2015:

    ~~~
    My first encounter with Corey Goode was in 2006, when he was a Project Camelot follower. I have all our early e-mail correspondence. He made it known he was an IT specialist, and a sensitive and controversial issue came up (connected with the Serpo affair, that was very heated at the time) in which I wanted to correctly identify IP addresses from several different e-mail headers, some from government contacts.

    Corey was able to assist me with that, but the very next day he wrote to me saying he had to break off all contact because he and his wife had returned home one evening and found all the lights left on. He was very anxious, and felt it was a warning.

    A while later, he wrote back to me saying that I could be reassured that it was all a false alarm, as his wife had reminded him that he had left the lights on himself.

    This is a true story.

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    Quote Posted by Joe Akulis (here)
    I'm seeing David exhibit some things--if the things we've found out in this thread are true--that remind me of someone I know who is dealing with paranoia issues.

    I see some signs of things like this with David now. Sort of like, I'm up against the cabal, so everything thing I encounter all day long could be a trap. They're out to get me.
    Showing signs of paranoia or having delusions of grandeur?
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    Seems to me all the conmen, crazies, and disinfo agents out there has an open mike over at this Jimmy Church fellow. A few may be by mistake and poor judgement, but at some point it becomes a pattern. Just an observation, I'm not that familiar with Church.

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    'Charles' info about a giant computer simulating the whole world is correct. Alex Jones has talked about such equipment himself on a few different occasions. That was the gist of his interview with Bill and I can't fault that as being wrong info.
    What came after that is another matter. Charles was not the same interview as The Anglo Saxon Mission' and should not be confused as the same, which incidentally has been on my mind a lot lately. It is one interview I have never forgot. I do think it will play out or some version of it when the controllers are ready. Charles just happened to have seen Bills talk about the Anglo Saxon Mission and commented that he agreed with what Bill had said. Charles never said anything that wasn't already out there on the web already.

    Charles was who he said he was is very easy to believe because he only claimed to be a soccer (football) hooligan and all round thug and standover man for other more well heeled men.
    Charles attempt to hijack Avalon was a deluded, uninformed piece of moronity I still roll my eyes about!
    It was never going to work and was doomed from the start. He actually did this forum a favour because all he achieved was taking those with him that would have been eventually helped out the door anyway!

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    I have a hard time believing that. Nobody could ever convince me I don't have a daughter, let alone some stranger. Maybe if he was drugged with something pretty severe, but just plain old hypnosis? I say it was staged for the TV show, just like those TV psychics who to this day have never solved any murder of found one missing person, despite claiming all sorts of success, they never specify who they found and when. Youtube has a lot of exposes' about magicians and audience plants etc...along with the editing and cobbling together of the mundane to make it all very exciting

    Very telling about Corey Goode leaving his own lights on and needing to be told by someone else it was himself that did it. That sort of says it all in one sentence. That the guy has a poor memory of his own actions and likes to make a big deal over nothing. Another case of maybe taking drugs, even plain old cannabis for that sort of forgetfulness, and accompanied paranoia!

    I notice Corey has a lost, concerned and rather paranoid look on his face all the time. I don't see him relaxed, ever. David Wilcock makes a suggestion, and Corey obliges. That seems to be the 'interview' process with those two. Pete Peterson also has the same 'nervous as a cat' look too when appearing on Davids TV show.

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    I notice Corey has a lost, concerned and rather paranoid look on his face all the time. I don't see him relaxed, ever. David Wilcock makes a suggestion, and Corey obliges. That seems to be the 'interview' process with those two. Pete Peterson also has the same 'nervous as a cat' look too when appearing on Davids TV show.
    Ain't that the truth! We are on the same wave-length here bro, the same thing always turned me off too. You said what I always thought, simple but profound observation about by these above named lost puppies..I mean, charlatans.

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    Quote Posted by Sequoia (here)
    Quote Posted by HaveBlue (here)
    I notice Corey has a lost, concerned and rather paranoid look on his face all the time. I don't see him relaxed, ever. David Wilcock makes a suggestion, and Corey obliges. That seems to be the 'interview' process with those two. Pete Peterson also has the same 'nervous as a cat' look too when appearing on Davids TV show.
    Ain't that the truth! We are on the same wave-length here bro, the same thing always turned me off too. You said what I always thought, simple but profound observation about by these above named lost puppies..I mean, charlatans.
    Did you all watch the panel discussion from this year's MUFON conference? Corey Goode was on the panel with Michael Salla, William Tompkins, Richard Dolan.....I don't remember everyone but you all probably watched it too. Corey Goode barely said 2 sentences. He looked completely uncomfortable, but what was more telling to me was how little he said when asked questions. His first response sounded memorized, and then his other responses sounded to me as if he was trying to say as little as possible. I would too, if I were bamboozling the public and happened to be in the presence of an audience who didn't necessarily believe my crap.

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    The multi-million dollar global marketing campaign for the Spiritualist Disclosure Niche is creatively capitalizing on ONE BUZZ WORD that somehow magically absolves them from ever having to produce a shred of evidence, let alone personal behaviour credibility; and their "communities" are the driving force because it is a word that is felt by and applies to every person on the planet regardless of context:

    EXPERIENCER

    Corey opened with this at Mufon which instantly disabled evidence based researchers from engaging with him whilst giving false validation to the audience that he deserved to sit at this particular table.


    The DISCLOSURE EXPERIENCER CULT are going to be in for a devastating shock when the TRUE EXPERIENCES OF COREY GOODE et al are revealed.  And they will be.

    Like previous cults it's only a matter of time.  We recently witnessesed another cult outing not that long ago via Zen Gardner.  Not everyone who is unfortunately caught up in these movements stays in them forever and then there are brave ex-followers who step up and tell it like it really is which gives investigators everything they need to prove out and dismantle cults bit by bit - or in some cases with one almighty blow!

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    If one has never read Lynn McTaggart's book "the Field', it is a thing that should be done.

    It lays out the scientific groundworks for what you are dealing with in all these cases. It lays out the interconnectedness in scientific terms.

    A lot of the mystery aspects can disappear and a frameworks of understanding can emerge, in a scientific way. Which is critical to be able to know where one is stepping from, standing on/in, and moving to.

    More data with more correlation brings about a clearer view with more shape to it.

    Otherwise we are going in circles with too may unknowns and no real way of framing or ordering them.

    Scientific discipline applied to these areas can be astoundingly helpful.
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    If one has never read Lynn McTaggart's book "the Field', it is a thing that should be done.

    It lays out the scientific groundworks for what you are dealing with in all these cases. It lays out the interconnectedness in scientific terms.

    A lot of the mystery aspects can disappear and a frameworks of understanding can emerge, in a scientific way. Which is critical to be able to know where one is stepping from, standing on/in, and moving to.

    More data with more correlation brings about a clearer view with more shape to it.

    Otherwise we are going in circles with too may unknowns and no real way of framing or ordering them.

    Scientific discipline applied to these areas can be astoundingly helpful.
    With this, I would certainly agree.

    Often times I've seen various so-called 'scientists', 'scholars', 'philosophers', 'pundits' & other of the 'logically-minded' running very, very close to that blurred borderline that separates objective reality from that which is called another's subjective reality. And often times, these same individuals waffle back & forth over that line when it suits their own belief system & then back across to the other side when it doesn't suit.

    The following I posted on August 5, 2017 on another thread. This was one month before Bill had started this The Truth about 'Pete' Peterson thread.
    Regarding this GaiaTV / Wilcock interview
    with Pete Peterson:

    Apologies go out to all those Zecharin Sitchin fans that would be more than willing to jump on board the 'Reptilian & Mantis are Real' bandwagon, as it has been promoted in this GaiaTV / David Wilcock interview with Pete Peterson.

    I have to say, a red flag immediately went up for me when David Wilcock steered the direction of the interview into what I have previously called the "Zecharia Sitchin / Annunaki: The Creator-gods of Humanity / Gold Mining Slaves / Nibiru koolaid punch Bowl." And as revealed by Pete Peterson - in his own words - has obviously shown that he consumed his fair-share amount of. Or perhaps, even more typical would be to say that Pete Peterson had been paid to say what he did. This, in itself, is enough to "throw the towel in the ring", and discredit whatever else comes out of Pete Peterson's mouth.

    I must admit that I have a personal respect for the man after seeing the 2009 Project Camelot interview of Pete Peterson, at least for what he portrayed himself to be. By this I mean: his statements of patriotism, his support for this American Constitutional Republic, his list of supposed accomplishments & genius for what he had supposedly done for humanity, and his warnings of a coming collapse of the world economy.... All of which makes absolute sense to me.

    However, Pete Peterson's mention of the Annunaki having come to this planet for their supposed lust for gold (to supposedly prolong their already extensively long lives), as being the creator gods of humanity for the purposes of mining for that gold... this but wreaks & smells badly of Zecharia Sitchin folklore fantasy. It is quite disappointing to see that Pete Peterson, being a man of his supposed caliber, has bought into such fantasy fiction nonsense and accepting it as being a true reality. A red flag immediately was raised.

    David Wilcock plays his part to a 'tee' in his attempts to mislead his audience in the way he phrases his lead-up to the question that he queries to Pete. The specific question is tainted with bias when he poses the following to Pete in the following way:
    "So, when we go back to the Cuneiform Tablets of Sumerian texts, MOST of the conventional scholarship on that now is in agreement that these Annunaki were some type of extraterrestrials, and they specifically were coming to Earth to steal our gold.

    Do you have any comments on that?"
    (Emphasis mine.)
    This is an absolute misleading statement by Wilcock, as we have a prominent scholar, Michael Heiser, drawing his own investigative conclusions into Zecharia Sitchin's credentials relating to his qualifications for correctly translating the Sumerian cuneiform tablets...

    Be sure to also have a look on Michael Heiser 's website > Sitchin is Wrong: Zecharia Sitchin's Errors: An Overview

    Zechariah Sitchin has NO Credintials
    Michael Heiser

    (Published on Feb 1, 2016)

    There are a number of interviews that Michael Heiser has made that can be found on the internet, all debunking Zecharia Sitchin proposed theories regarding the outlandish things he has said in his several published books.

    It must also be brought out that Zecharia Stitchin was a member of the Illuminati, as revealed in the following video clip...


    This embellished bias is typically the style on which David Wilcock has come to be masterly quite good at - in this form of deceit - adding embellishment(s) in his making overblown statement(s) to match his own self-promoted theory, as if it were indeed the truth. For it can be clearly seen that David's use of the word phrase 'Most of conventional scholarship' - better & more correct to replace it with 'Some or Few of conventional scholarship'.

    The interview goes on & does make it a bit confusing as its title and subject matter relates to 'Three Fingered Technology'. In the interview, Pete states that most all aliens have three fingers. And that these type of aliens with three fingers are most prevalent. And describes them as being artificial life forms, robotic in nature, in the service of other entities. Then later in this same video he moves into describing the 15 different types of aliens that were on board this second craft that was found beneath the icy surface back in the early 1940s. And that many were shot & killed by Germans. Peterson then moves on to describe these different races by his mention of an insect variety.

    Now, it must be said that it is quite unclear as to whether Pete Peterson is still talking about a robotic biological life forms when he starts talking about the 15 different kinds of aliens that had apparently shared this particular spacecraft?


    Regarding this GaiaTV Wilcock interview with Pete Peterson (Excerpt taken from Post #188 from another thread & posted below in part):
    Quote David: So when we go back to the cuneiform tablets, the Sumerian texts, most of the conventional scholarship on that now is in agreement that these Anunnaki were some type of extraterrestrials and that they specifically were coming to Earth to steal our gold.

    Do you have any comments on that?


    Pete: We, as a race, exist only because we were designed to be gold miners. That's why we exist.

    We were a genetically-manipulated cross-breed of the Anunnaki and . . . I'll give you an example, which is easy to tell.

    I think we have about 92% of the same DNA as the chimpanzee.

    David: Chimpanzee DNA is 98.8% similar to human DNA.

    Pete: Yep. And very early people were not fair of look and bred by the Anunnaki. Ha, ha. They bred a lot more into us.

    And that's why a lot of the aliens . . . I mean, you know, we're bipedal. We have hands, We have fingers. We have two ears, two eyes, two nostrils, one mouth.

    And we look at a good part of the aliens and they're exactly the same.

    David:Right. So, just to be clear, are you saying that the Anunnaki bred us out of something like a chimpanzee and then mixed their own DNA with it?

    Pete: We were somehow bred into what had the DNA . . . similar, obviously very similar, to chimpanzee. It gave us the ability to squat down, get in small . . . Gold usually appears in very small cracks.

    You follow the crack up through the Earth. It came up with water and then set up.

    And remember that a lot of gold is found in quartz. Most gold is found in a quartz deposit.

    David: Hm.

    Pete: Quartz is piezoelectric. If you squeeze it, it produces electricity.

    David: Right.

    Pete: The electricity would do the conversion process. The movement of the Earth would make the electricity that did the conversion process. That's why we find yellow gold there.

    David: Do you think there is a relationship between the Anunnaki that we're talking about just now and the crashes that you personally saw in Antarctica?

    Pete: Well, I think there is because the Anunnaki were the ones who . . . Imagine a mining claim. Well, the Anunnaki were the first people to find that there was a lot of gold on Earth.

    David: Hm.

    Pete: So they had a certain claim and were given a certain task by their task masters, who are, very probably, Draconian.

    David: Are these three-fingered people still on Earth with us today?

    Pete: When I was reverse engineering the controls, I had three-fingered people helping me.

    David:Really? What would they look like in terms of their head and face?

    Pete: Well, there's a difference in the eye structure because of the inner eye fold between Orientals and Anglos. So you have that kind of difference. It's different.

    Lesser nose and different nostrils.

    Their mouths are round, kind of like an octopus sucker. I mean, they're more round than ours.

    Their food is produced by them eating food and excreting an excretion that comes off their skin. And they scrape it off and eat it.

    David: Hm. Is there anything about the head that we should know about?

    Pete: Well, it's different, but it's very much the same.

    David: What's the color of the skin of these beings that you personally interacted with?

    Pete: Well, they are differing colors. I've seen them look almost like aluminum. And I'm not sure but what they might not be, you know, might be aluminum. They might be clones, because they tend to clone these people.

    And they are clones, by the way. This is why their whole feeding system works differently than ours does.

    David: Hm.

    Pete: They're actually like robots, but they're more biological than non-biological.

    David: Hm.

    Pete: I have kind of clandestinely measured the electric fields to kind of get some information, and I can't find any different . . . much different than the human electric field.

    David: Are there any known places on Earth where these people or creatures might have been?

    Pete: Yep. Arctica, Antarctica, Alaska, Canada. Most people don't know, but the Yukon and the Northwest Territory are not part of Canada. They're owned by the . . . whoever the sovereign of England is. They're directly . . . They're privately owned.

    But that's where most of the gold is found. Surprise, surprise.

    David: Ha, ha.

    Pete: Ha, ha.
    No. Really, the laugh is on you guys!
    In Defense of Pete Peterson

    In playing a bit of the "devil's advocate" on this just to balance out the narrative somewhat....
    So, in running down the list on some of the numbered points in the OP of this thread....

    Quote 1) There is strong reason to believe that Peterson was lying (knowingly) or confabulating (because of some mental incapacity) when he told David Wilcock, reported on the 16 August Jimmy Church interview, about the presence of armed police, how his belongings including his truck were being seized, and much of it was being bulldozed into a pit. Extract here:
    As was noted above, David Wilcock's style & method of reporting is typically filled with embellished, over-blown, exaggerated statements, so as to fit with what his promoted concepts / theories are attempting to prove. Since the audio mp3 excerpt is not a recording of what Pete Peterson has said, but of what David Wilcock is reporting, then it can be safely construed that the confabulating is coming from DW, and was not coming from Pete Peterson.

    Quote 2) It was just a regular foreclosure that had been in process for years. Full documentation here:
    Now, in looking over the court documents pdf file, it appears it was not entirely a "regular foreclosure". For it is further noted that Pete was living with a woman by the name of Michelle F. Mims who seemingly passed away in May, 2010 at the age of ~ 60.

    I would like to ask Bill if he had come into contact with Michelle Mims when he had interviewed Pete back in 2009?

    For, if Michelled Mims was having health issues at the time, this may have played a role in Pete's response to questions.

    Also, it is noted that according to Pete's side of the documentation, Pete had "community property interest in the property" at 126 West Castle Creek Road, Garden Valley, Idaho due to his common law marriage status with Michelle Mims. Idaho does recognize common law marriages as shown below.
    ICJI 911 COMMON–LAW MARRIAGE DEFINED


    INSTRUCTION NO.


    Idaho recognizes what is called a "common-law marriage". There are four requirements for a common-law marriage.
    First, the man and the woman both must have been eighteen years of age or older and unmarried.
    Second, they must have consented to be husband and wife. Such consent need not have been made in any particular way. It can be shown by evidence that they agreed orally or in writing to be husband and wife, or it can be implied from their conduct.
    Third, after they consented to be husband and wife, the parties both assumed marital rights, duties, and obligations to each other. This requires that they lived together as husband and wife, treated each other in a manner typical of married people, and held themselves out as husband and wife.
    Fourth, the man and woman consented to be husband and wife and they assumed marital rights, duties, and obligations while they were living in the State of Idaho.

    Comment

    Idaho does not recognize common law marriages formed after January 1, 1996. Wilkins v. Wilkins, 137 Idaho 315, 48 P.3d 644 (2002); I.C. §§ 32-201, -301.

    I.C. §§ 32–201 to 32–203. The consent to be married can be express or implied. Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. v. Johnson, 103 Idaho 122, 645 P.2d 356 (1982). What constitutes the assumption of marital rights, duties, or obligations was addressed in Freiburghaus v. Freiburghaus, 103 Idaho 679, 651 P.2d 944 (Ct. App. 1982).

    A marriage is void from the beginning if it is incestuous (I.C. § 32–205) or between first cousins (I.C. § 32–206). Under certain circumstances, a polygamous marriage can become valid (I.C. § 32–207). Even if one of the parties were shown to have been married previously, however, the presumption of validity operates in favor of the second marriage. Warner v. Warner, 76 Idaho 399, 283 P.2d 931 (1955). Thus, where it was shown that the wife was previously married, had filed for divorce, and the action had been dismissed, the evidence did not show that she was married at the time of her second marriage because it did not show that her former husband had not obtained a divorce or that she had not filed a second divorce action. Nicholas v. Idaho Power Company, 63 Idaho 675, 125 P.2d 321 (1942). If any of these issues are raised, the instruction will have to be amended accordingly.

    If the consent and assumption of marital rights, duties, and obligations occurs outside the state of Idaho and the parties thereafter live in Idaho, there can still be a common-law marriage. In re Foster, 77 Idaho 26, 287 P.2d 282 (1955). Merely visiting Idaho may not be sufficient, however. In re Marriage of Wharton, 639 P.2d 652 (Or. Ct. App. 1982). The instruction should be amended accordingly.
    It is noted in Pete's statement(s) that Bank of America refused to accept further mortgage payments that were coming from Pete. In doing so, it is claimed that the bank waived its right to foreclosure when they estoppelled Pete from making further payments in January 2011.

    Its obvious that the bank was no longer interested in receiving payments for the property, but sought to get the property back in their hands for reselling purposes. Pete Peterson never defaulted on making payments on the property that he had an interest in due to his common law marriage to Michelle Mims. Its unfortunate that the court sided with the bullying tactics used by the Bank of America in this matter.

    Bank of America is quite well known for its underhanded methods used in jilting people out of their property. A few articles of interest:

    Bank of America Smacked with Foreclosure Fraud Lawsuits

    Bank of America Forecloses on Houses without Mortgages (by Noel Brinkerhoff and David Wallechinsky, AllGov)

    New WhistleblowerCcases Allege Continued Bank Fraud (by Amy Biegelsen and Emma Schwartz, iWatch News)

    Mackler Civil Fraud Lawsuit against BoA (pdf)

    Lagow Civil Fraud Lawsuit against BoA (pdf)

    Quote 3) As of 24 August, 9 days after Peterson's voicemail message, workers at the house stated they had not yet cleared the house, reported toxic conditions, Peterson had not been there for a while (and was living in Boise, an hour away), and his truck was still there. (See this post for the photo.) Not a bulldozer, a pit, or an armed policeman in sight.
    Again, David Wilcock has a modus operandi of exaggerated, embellished statements in an attempt to promote his conjecture & theories.

    From Post #6:

    Quote Neighbors described Peterson as a hoarder and stated that he might be mentally unwell.
    Now from the 2009 Camalot interview Part 1 of 3 with Pete Peterson @59:56:

    Pete Peterson:
    "I moved here because I was told by various people that I should relocate & be in an area that would be safe when we got eventually a financial, and therefore, political collapse. And so, there have been certain things that I've done to make sure that myself, my family, my friends are safe from that.

    The question that David just asked is a little bit different - having to do with the fact that numerous ones of us have heard a bit of apocalyptic things in the future, ranging from the fact that supposedly in the year 2011, or 2012, we have the end of the Mayan Calendar when we have an apocalypse coming.

    People who are apocalyptic Christians are about the same thing - that the End-Times are here, or are coming. We've heard very dire things about the economic posture of the United States & the whole world. And we see things happening. We see Iceland, for example, declaring bankruptcy.

    And I hear from people that I know in the banking system that a number of the European States are going to following them into bankruptcy.... when the U.S. currency fails - which I can't imagine that it won't - because we've printed so much currency and put it out there that is backed by nothing. Its all beginning to come home to roost (as in chickens), the T-bills & the bonds are coming back to us, you know, and I can't see what's going to happen there.... yada...yada...yada..."
    So, as anyone can clearly see, Pete Peterson is talking like one who is a 'prepper' - one who is planning for the hard times that are coming & those times are just around the corner.

    Now, there are those that are quite content in their "ignorance is bliss" state of mind - thus, keeping their head buried in the sand, so-to-speak. And these people are those that would call such people who store food & supplies for emergency situations, as what a "prepper" does, as what Pete Peterson was doing - they would call such a person as being a "hoarder".

    In other words, Pete Peterson has some neighbors that don't agree with the way that Pete sees what is possibly coming on the horizon. Obviously, such people would view such a person - a "prepper" - as being someone that has a "loose screw" in the head - i.e. a nut-case! Or, as stated above "mentally unwell."

    And so, extrapolating out any other statements that would be coming from disagreeing neighbors, like "mice jumping out of boxes" (boxes that would contain food storage items) or "dead cats," these statements would also need to be suspected of carrying somewhat of a biased quality.

    With Pete's truck being on the property without Pete, then this may also mean that he could have been taken by possibly an emergency vehicle to Boise, Idaho.


    As, Pete Peterson did say in that legal document pdf that at times he had to go to Boise for medical treatments. So, this is still a question that needs an answer to it. How did Pete Peterson leave his residence without his truck?

    From Page 22:
    #7 Defendant Gary D. Peterson and John and Jane Does 1-10 claim that Plaintiff's attorney Derrick J. O'Neill was the same attorney on the Boise County Case No. CV-2012-72.


    Page 23:
    #10 Defendant Gary D. Peterson and John and Jane Does 1-10 claim Plaintiff and Plaintif's attorney has know and continues to know Defendant Gary D. Peterson's name and his physical and his Post Office Box address, as well as house phone number and cell phone number, as well as the knowledge in that Defendant has to spend significant time for treatments at the Veterans Administration hospital.
    Trust me, I am not a fan of GaiaTV, David Wilcock, or Corey Goode. All that I am pointing out here with Pete Peterson, is that there are possibly some reasonable explanations for the apparent picture that is being shown of him. Things are not all of what they appear to be.

    The end of playing Devil's Advocate.
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    Nice post Turiya. That took some thought and time.

    I agree with you about DW and I do not necessarily disagree with you about Peterson. From what I know, I do not see Peterson as a wrong-doer in any way. I wish no harm to Peterson at all and I bid him well. In contrast, I certainly have called DW out on his false claims and spin on the foreclosure/ejectment action in which Peterson was and is involved.

    The Mims/Peterson foreclosure was a fairly routine foreclosure. Any claim otherwise is not accurate. However, what was not so routine was the ejectment action. An ejectment following foreclosure is not unusual, but it is unusual that the judge had to cause 5 writs of ejectment to be issued by the clerk of his court. I'm doing this from memory but I believe Peterson had about two years after the foreclosure to vacate the property. But he did not. The whole process took at least 4 years, which is 2 years or so more than the average foreclosure. And, the ejectment seems to still be underway. He did well stretching things out. But DW is stretching the truth about what went down. That is when and where I take issue.

    We can tell from the court record that Peterson had his day in court, including on the common law marriage issue. The court was open to Peterson's arguments, heard him out and made rulings as required by law based upon the relevant facts. Btw: Peterson's common law marriage argument was irrelevant. That is, even if there was such a marriage, that did not give him any greater rights in the property than Mims. The mortgage and note were pre-common law marriage debts owed by Mims. So, being married, or not, could not--as a matter of law--change the result. Peterson had no rights or duties in connection with the property, or if he did, he cannot have any rights/duties in the property that were greater than Mims'. So, even if he was right that they were married, he was in the same position as Mims which was default on the loan and subject to foreclosure.

    To take a 4-year long foreclosure/ejectment action and spin it into a gestapo plunder and pillage raid, all sanctioned by an alleged rouge judge, has DW has done, is going way too far. It is simply false. But we seem to be in agreement about DW's proclivity for saying things that are false.
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    You can call me a persistent fan for the 'underdog'.
    Its understood that the actual physical eviction can take a very long time.
    Obviously, Pete (quite angry about the outcome) was willing to stretch it out as long as possible.
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