No, that’s not something we said.
I frankly think it unlikely that Disclosure will happen on Aug. 4 and I have no idea whether or not it will happen on Aug. 5. I have no idea when it will happen and would rather not place myself in a position of somehow representing that I do.
What we’ve said here is that there’s evidence (not conclusive, but suggestive evidence) that the divine deadline before which the galactics have to honor the freewill choices of Earth’s governments will pass on August 4, 2012.
No one here knows when Disclosure will happen. I’m not sure the galactics do either. Granted that, if we’re right that Aug. 4 is a divine deadline (and we could be wrong), the passing of a divine deadline still does not bind the galatics to any particular date. It simply passes control of the agenda to them.
You’ve seen that a shooting in Denver can potentially put back the plans for Disclosure by removing President Obama from Washington. Evidence that’s surfacing points to the implication of James Holmes as being a way of pressuring his father, Robert Holmes, not to testify in a LIBOR investigation. Evidence also points to the shooter not being James Holmes. But be that as it may, the shooting still appears to have interfered with yet another Disclosure plan.
Yes, the galactics have divine authority to prevent another false-flag operation on the scale of 9/11, but they don’t have authorization, to the best of my knowledge, to prevent a small-scale event like a shooting, even though it may have large consequences.
But that will change after August 4 – if what we believe is correct turns out to be so.
There’s no one on this blogsite who wishes to be the cause of your disappointment or discouragement through irresponsibly floating rumors for the sake of things like a “scoop” or an “exclusive.” We’re not interested in subjecting you to the snapback of disappointment.
But by the same token, we also believe that you’d like to know of events that are large in significance and probable. We’re balancing the need to be responsible to you with what we perceive as your desire to know.
And yes, we rely on sources that many others don’t and that some others regard as not credible. Yes, I have read the email that says that some of you doubt the credibility of some of our sources. That’s fine. We have no need for you to be one place over another.
Everyone needs to follow what resonates with them and what their discernment recommends. While we try to offer the evidence of the sources we consider credible and reliable, we make no pretensions to being certain that we’re right, “having an inside track” or knowing more than we do.