“This is not an alien conspiracy. This is a conspiracy of men.” 30:29
“Elaborately-staged abductions [are taking place] in craft using alien technology recovered from downed saucers.” 33:20
Wow. Holy mackerel. What can I say?
To switch into Steven Greer’s language for a moment, exposure of the fact that it wasn’t “alien Greys” who abducted all us humans but terrestrial actors working for the contractors and military of the secret space program dressed as aliens? Oh, yes, and bioengineered robots running around in the background, looking like a grey army? Oh, my, what is being said here?
Well, it isn’t just disclosure of the extraterrestrial presence. That’s perhaps 30% of what’s being said here. And that 30% almost everyone who watches the X-Files already knows.
It’s not that. It’s an action that paves the way for a peaceful disclosure such as no other action can, does, or could that I can think of.
The X-Files states the truth about the event that terrifies terrestrials the most: Abductions. The X-Files fully faces into the fact that the abductions that we hear so much about were not carried out by extraterrestrials, but by humans – our militaries, their contractors, and our governments.
That is easily 70% of its value. But in reality no value could possibly be placed on its service in correcting this most impactful piece of disinformation, this most significant lie ever perpetrated on humans: That higher-dimensional galactics abduct or have abducted our people.
The X-files was probably drawing on Dr. Steven Greer’s material. Greer states that the abductions were staged by humans actors and bioengineered robots, not by any extraterrestrial species.
If the X-Files were a prescription, then Episode 1 would be the antidote to the toxic Independence Day and other alien/predator movies.
Thanks to Adelle for hooking me up with Episode 1 of the X-Files. Finally.
If Steven Greer was not the main source for what is said here, I’d be very much surprised. I offer you one more chance to get the full skinny from him before something amazing hits and we run out of time. Even if it doesn’t hit, you have to admit that the pace is quickening.
Another chance to watch Steven. First two hours are the best. But you won’t be able to stop.
Viewed from a more general perspective, the X-Files has systematically given about as much of an overview of what’s happening in America and the world as I think most people could take in, in 43 minutes of programming.
The alien conspiracy, the 9/11 false flag, the existence of the secret space fleet, murder by military, FEMA camps, martial law, weather warfare, the dumbing down of America – what else can we insert into a one-hour program and have people still retain it?
(Concluded in Part 2.)