Book reveals UFOs + suppressed technologies + disinformation = confusion

Posted: January 28, 2015 in Antigravity Propulson, Underground Knowledge
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Perhaps the ET and UFO movements are simply disinformation – i.e. deception, propaganda or half-truths. We raise this possibility in our new release book ANTIGRAVITY PROPULSION: Human or Alien Technologies?

An excerpt from Antigravity Propulsion follows:

Persuading everyone to believe in aliens compels us to look up to the skies. And while we are all waiting for Little Green Men to arrive, the shadowy people in the Splinter Civilization effortlessly go about their secret work by advancing their suppressed inventions at a rate of knots.

This disinformation counter-conspiracy theory suggests that, collectively, accounts of ET’s coming, or crash-landing, or even living amongst us, conveniently form the perfect cover story. It’s a story that is spread by intelligence agencies which encourage, and even surreptitiously finance, Hollywood film studios to make mega-budget movies about aliens and alien invasions.

Maybe the widespread acceptance by many that aliens have arrived on Earth at some point – or at least a willingness to consider such a thing is possible – can be blamed on Hollywood. More likely, it can be attributed to the fact that we have been given so little of the big picture. (No pun intended).

If the Splinter Civilization’s suppressed technologies were revealed in their entirety to the public at large, would everyone still believe UFO’s must be of extraterrestrial origin?

Take Nikola Tesla’s technologies alone. If these were suddenly declassified and opened up to public scrutiny, would we still be so quick to automatically assume that any alien civilization is superior, scientifically or otherwise, to our own? For all anyone knows, humanity may be the most scientifically advanced civilization in the entire universe.

 

“The phenomenon of UFOs does exist, and it must be treated seriously.” –Mikhail Gorbachev, ‘Soviet Youth’ speech, May 4, 1990.

 

Popular culture’s influence on Area 51 myths

The rumors swirling around Area 51 have given it a life of its own and have resulted in numerous films, TV programs, comics and video games.

Previously, these were readily identifiable as fiction because, for starters, they portrayed a place that didn’t exist – not officially at least. We refer, of course, to Area 51.

However, now that we know for sure that Area 51 does exist and has existed all along, perhaps the likes of the 1994 TV movie Roswell, starring Martin Sheen, the Roland Emmerich-helmed Independence Day, starring Will Smith, and the Steven Spielberg-produced TV mini-series Taken, starring Dakota Fanning, will be viewed in a different light…

But are such dramatizations any closer to the truth than the stories government spin merchants have fed to us about UFO sightings these past decades? If there is a Splinter Civilization currently operating under the surface – both figuratively and literally – then perhaps it’s not in the global elite’s interests to shatter the ET myths perpetuated by conspiracy theorists and Hollywood film studios. Perhaps it serves the Splinter Civilization’s agenda just fine.

 

To check out ANTIGRAVITY PROPULSION: Human or Alien Technologies? go to – http://www.amazon.com/ANTIGRAVITY-PROPULSION-Technologies-Underground-Knowledge-ebook/dp/B00RSF22SI/

 

 

To view the discussion thread on antigravity propulsion (the phenomenon) in our ‘Underground Knowledge’ group on Goodreads check out: https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/142309-29-conspiracy-theories—a-discussion-group >>> Everyone’s welcome!

 

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