Some things I had trouble taking his word on:
I wanted to pipe up with my input on a couple of the things you were skeptical about:
nokia has technology to insert thoughts into your mind?
Yeah, I don't know about "nokia" specifically, but the black ops/whatever you want to call them certainly has this technology. I've witnessed it for myself, it's very real, and is something discussed in MILABS research.
jupiter is a star?
Yeah, more "?" Jupiter seems to have the potential to turn into a star, and may already be one in another density level....but it's not one here in 3rd, in this particular timeline, as of yet. So who knows what in the flip he was talking about!
Everyone is breathing depleted uranium?
Makes sense - whatever happens on the planet isn't limited to the area in which it occurs. Just like the radiation from Chernobyl circled the planet, and the volcanic eruption in the Philipines in 1991 affected climate and weather worldwide that year, so it would make sense that depleted uranium clouds in the atmosphere in Iraq would spread around the planet.
The Govt raises funds by selling illegal drugs?
This one is old hat. My brother reported this one to me back in like, 1998. He used to steal cars and joyride into NYC with his friends to get drugs, and reported to me over the phone back then (sounding surprised, even for him) that he saw FBI distributing drugs on the streets. That's when I first learned about it - although I took it with a grain of salt at the time, 'cause with Joe you just never knew WHAT to believe - only to see it mentioned many times since then in conspiracy expose research. Oddly enough, many of the "crazy" things he reported to me between '98 - '01 were later confirmed through other avenues.
Scalar bombs can kill a specific organisms with a frequency?
Makes sense to me....because you can also apparently heal with certain frequencies. Why not kill? As it is, we're surrounded by electronic pollution that seems to have detrimental effects on the body and mind; amp it up a little more and I can totally buy the idea that it can kill.
And as far as your other points go.....I'm with you in the mutual feeling of "WTF??!"
For myself, I enjoyed watching this and sat through the whole four hours....something I don't normally do. I'm not into these sorts of symposium speeches and presentations, as they don't tell me anything I don't already know. Plus most speakers have poor speach presentation, Michael Tsarion taking the cake for the way the guy speaks. I couldn't watch more than five minutes of Tsarion before I felt like throwing something. Deagle was a fast talker however, and has a way of wording things that kept my attention. But it doesn't necessarily mean the material was good, per se. I found a lot of fault with it, and there were parts that downright frustrated me. I mean, in the one breath he's telling us all this doom and gloom stuff, speaking in absolutes, it's GOING to happen, it's already in the works, it's a done deal; avian flu, gonna wipe out 6 billion people and it's completely resistent to treatment, it's unstoppable; earth changes and climate upheavals and who knows what else............then in the next breath he's trying to sell his super silver product? ?? Buy Heritage seed packets?? Stockpile guns and bottled water and food??
Am I missing something?? I thought he just finished saying how this strain of avian flu that they were going to release on the world was unstoppable? As is the climate/earth changes? And billions would die? How is Deagle's super silver going to help us then? And guns? I mean, what are we supposed to do...shoot the virus? "Here comes Avian Flu! Shoot it! Shoot it! And plant seeds! ahhhhhhhhhh!"
So yeah, I had issues with a lot of it. The fact that he calls himself a prophet...multiple times. The biblical preaching. The rapid firing off of names, dates, places, happenings, trivia...............but it not necessarily tying into anything. Just firing shit off for the sake of showing off how much he can remember with his super photographic memory, even if it doesn't have anything to do with anything. Which is another related point - he had a hard time staying on point, and there were a lot of loose ends left hanging. This rapid-fire of information also serves a double purpose though, to get the listener into a light trance state. Their mind becomes overloaded with information to where it just gets numb, and blankly absorbs everything coming at it. Throughout the four hours I was periodically in a light trance light state as I listened, not sure if that happened to anybody else.
If I had to take a stab at things, I think the guy has been programmed, based on the look in his eyes and some of the things he was saying. Does he really believe he's a prophet? Or was he programmed? He could also be just plain mental. The manic delusions of grandeur and all that, who knows. But I question anybody who's prominantly out there on the touring and speech circuit, even if they claim to be experiencing "interference" to prevent them from speaking.
I think there's truth to be found in his four hour speech, but discernment is required, definitely.
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