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    Luis Elizondo at the SCU conference

    Well worth listening to, when the 6 prt doc series airs in May it gonna cause quite a stir.
    More cases and results on the samples, one which warps space-time.

    https://soundcloud.com/marty061785/l...ons-march-2019

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    Video version available here :
    The OutPost Forum - "Breaking the Boundaries of Science, Exploring the Frontier of Understanding"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee View Post
    Video version available here :
    The video is 51 minutes.
    The audio is 2hours 23 minutes.
    Quite an edit job!?!
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    They took out the Q and A in the video. It's well worth listening the Q&A as the questions are brilliant.

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    Cool, I'll listen to the audio version too.
    The OutPost Forum - "Breaking the Boundaries of Science, Exploring the Frontier of Understanding"

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    John Greenwald keeps having problems with the whole AAWSAP / AATIP story, and points out that the timeline doesn't add up because people keep on contradicting themselves: https://www.theblackvault.com/docume...atip-timeline/
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    Limited Hangout...?

    Tom DeLonge, Luis Elizondo, Steve Justice, Jim Semivan, Chris Mellon, Paul Rapp, and Norm Kahn. They position themselves with the ideal type who would bring down the deride and scoff of the media. Why? Because tidy, feasible and persuasive disclosure wasn't their number one intent. What was their point? Needless to say, to magnetize a sure fire amount of group revulsion...

    Elizondo, the point man for recent UFO revelations, could have stepped up to the podium at a global press conference and said: "I want to introduce you to my elite team of former government insiders. After discussions, we've decided to form OUR OWN group and tell the truth about UFOs. We represent no one in government or outside government. We need no mouthpiece or promoter. We're simply here to reveal hidden reality… But instead, he and the other insiders signed on with Tom DeLonge, a man they didn't need and whose reputation would do them no good.

    How likely is it that these "elite team members'' have gathered around Tom DeLonge with confidence that he is the right person to disclose the truth about UFOs...? Why did they pick him? In order to bring a new level of scorn down on the heads of UFO disclosers in general...?

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