I have witnessed a lot and have a very good perception of the events around me. A conspiracy theorist isn’t always a kook, or a lingering lunatic—but often are people who are a bit too awake and still have enough of an imagination to fill in the gaps of the evidence that have been removed to create a static pattern meant to steer society in a particular direction. So it’s not that I have jumped off the deep end—but I have observed that over the next ten years major changes are coming. NASA itself has stated that they believe we will make contact with extraterrestrial life by 2030. I have written about these things, and the impact that a privatized space program will have extraterrestrial—as all life forms have their motivations for their own reasons. Perhaps it’s time for us all to consider the implications and necessity of exopolitical contemplation. on our universal perception. As I write this celebrities are lining up to be the first civilians in space with Virgin Galactic and soon the vast cover-ups that have went on up to this point—because government controlled the flow of information—will be gone, and a lot of questions demanding answers will arise. Government has only two choices—to soften the blow or to stop the progress of mankind through complete domination of individual rights—which we all know we are on the precipice of presently.
I am inclined to believe some of the claims made in the video featuring Michael Salla’s Exopolitical Institute. As someone who is very interested in politics there are just some things that don’t make sense unless we figure that there are extraterrestrial influences running our governments. Many things in modern worldly politics just don’t make any sense unless the people in those important positions are under the influence of some induced insanity—because they do not have the proper use of their minds based on terrestrial concerns.
For me the straw that broke the camel’s back occurred while I was traveling recently to Japan. We were flying over the Alaskan coast and I was looking out the window at the vast territory beneath me. From that cruising altitude, which wasn’t much higher than Mt. Everest, I couldn’t see much evidence of life on the planet’s surface—not during the whole flight from Chicago to nearly the Russian coast. I have an above average aptitude for geography so I know where the cities below are, but they were nearly impossible to see at that height and relative to space which was another 20 miles above my head—details were very hard to see. Spacecraft could easily come and go from space to earth without being noticed. Only if a craft decided to land in Los Angeles or New York would a lot of people see it—otherwise, strange vehicles from another world could easily come and go without hindrance—especially in the poor third world countries where people struggle to put food on the table—let alone call the UFO reporting agencies. The same government that asks us to believe that the IRS was not targeting conservative Tea Party types and that Hillary Clinton’s email scandal wasn’t a big deal is the same government that is telling us that they stopped going to the moon because of funding while an American POTUS told NASA to teach Muslims about their history as a priority. The lies are obvious to anybody who cares to question.
One of my biggest problems with the Ancient Aliens crowd was the theory of a 12th planet in our solar system emerging from time to time to cause all kinds of trouble. Everyone knows that there are only nine planets if you count Pluto. Early astronomers used to count the sun and the moon as planets meaning they were talking about another undiscovered planet—which seemed impossible. With the powerful telescopes that we have these days—especially the Hubble, there weren’t any undiscovered planets. It was while I was flying to Japan that scientists—real scientists—not conspiracy theorists, had confirmed the suspicions that another planet was in our solar system and that it had a long orbit around the sun—so long that our entire civilization has risen in just its one year of travel.
When Donald Trump is president, I think he will be sympathetic to these types of Alex Jones causes—not that he gets freaky about them, but I think he’s a guy who loves the truth of matters. I am quite certain that he will unlock all the files and let the cat out of the bag regarding our relationships with extraterrestrial alliances—which have been there from the beginning—the science presents the evidence—clearly. Once he gets briefed, as he will as president, I think he’ll decide to throw it to the public—along with many of the other conspiracies that have been lingering out there for a long time. So maybe it’s time to stop thinking about things just through the prism of conservative and liberal, but as terrestrial and extraterrestrial—as all life forms have their motivations for their own reasons. Perhaps it’s time for us all to consider the implications and necessity of exopolitical contemplation.
As I landed in Tokyo I thought about it hard—if I had just came into planet earth from space, I could easily land without anybody knowing—and that was obvious to me in one of the busiest airports in the world. And without question, our governments exploit that ability for reasons that are obviously rooted in their desire to control our species. Honestly, I find people like Michael Salla smarter and more trustworthy than Hillary Clinton. And today I am giving these guys more credibility than I might have in the past because of what I witnessed in Japan as the information about the “12th Planet” emerged from the scientific community. I think it’s time we give the topic of exopolitics more credible consideration because in the near future—it will be important.
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