On April 30, 2008, Paradigm Research Group sent an open letter to Senator Hillary Clinton. Two things remarkable about that letter and this resend are: 1) every word of the letter as sent in 2008 is exactly applicable in 2015, and 2) since 2008 the mainstream political media have refused to engage the facts behind that letter, which have huge implications for the nation and the American people.
Sources to STARstream Research have made reference to a CORE STORY surrounding a deep black “phenomenology problem” associated with UFOs and extraterrestrial alien visitors.
Imagine this: your neighbor in the apartment next door is an extraterrestrial alien being from another star: “Is he Uri Geller, or something? You know, the TV magician back in the day. He said he came across a UFO and obtained superpowers. He bent spoons with his eyes.”
Psychic who warned of 9/11 says Islamic State will obtain Pakistan nukes.
New revelations from the NSA document trove of whistleblower fugitive Edward Snowden continue to reveal more about the methods used by the world-wide intelligence community on the Internet.
South Korea sinks sexist North Korea propaganda machine with sexed-up K-Pop torpedo: “The Defense Ministry is apparently minded to use songs and music videos by manufactured girl bands … in so-called psychological warfare against North Korea.”
Fox is bringing back Jack Bauer and the TV series “24” — and the network gave audiences a first look during the Super Bowl.
Is this beginning to sound a little bit like “The Matrix?” It should. All in all it would seem that there is something about space, time and beyond that we don’t understand.
“The only thing I can tell you is, that I was reactivated — by a person called ‘Ron’ — I can’t tell you what nationality and what country.”
One of the more controversial items raised by the new BBC documentary about Uri Geller’s secret life is the possibility that Geller’s mind-beyond-matter skills might have come into play during the hostage-rescue mission carried out by commandos of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) at Entebbe Airport in Uganda in July 1976.
There are plenty of reasons to believe that Shostak is correct. ET may very well be synthetic.
In a new documentary for BBC called “The Secret Life of Uri Geller” by filmmaker Vikram Jayanti, Geller claims to have been reactivated as a psychic espionage agent by a man identified only as “Ron.”