Month: April 2019

Bassett on TTSA – The Most Important Development In History of Disclosure Movement! 

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Steve Bassett is a dedicated, hard-working proponent of ending the ET Truth Embargo.  He has come up with a series of creative initiatives as the Director of the Paradigm Research Group to promote Disclosure.

Steve has relied on perseverance and an excellent sense of humor to stay at the forefront of this issue for over two decades. I met Bassett in 2002:   I respect and like him but as he well knows, I do not trust his judgment! Despite his relentless efforts and predictions, he is almost always wrong in what he forecasts about Disclosure.

Now he has taken his enthusiasm one step further by claiming that the TTSA is “the most important development
in the the history of the disclosure movement!”

  To the Stars Academy  of Arts and Science (TTS/AAS)…….is the most
important development in the history of the Disclosure movement.  It will
almost certainly be a critical part of ending the truth embargo.

I doubt it!  More important than what I think are the views of such experts as Daniel Liszt, Joseph Farrell and
Richard Dolan, all of whom have publicly challenged the bona fides of TTSA.

Bassett disagrees and continues to forge ahead with support for the Clinton/Podesta faction and the Rockefeller
Initiative from which TTSA was spawned.  I am not sure if Bassett suffers from Trump Derangement Syndrome but
it feels like it to me. Trump appears to have his own approach to Disclosure that garners no mention from Bassett.

Our current political process is profoundly corrupt.  Both parties are beholden to the Military Industrial Complex that
promotes endless wars.  As Farrell, Dolan, Michael Salla, Jim Marrs and other excellent researchers have documented,
the Secret Space Program is a direct outgrowth of the MIC and the VERY Deep State that protects it.

The case for TTSA being a limited hang-out, mini-Disclosure has been made by DJ Liszt and others.  Bassett ignores
that line of argument and embraces the Clinton/Podeta/Brennan/Elizondo version. He also ignores the curious role of
President Trump’s Uncle John with his connections to Nikola Tesla in any potential Disclosure scenario.

There is much to ponder regarding this highly sensitive issue.  What role if any the Assange case entails in Disclosure
remains an intriguing element to the overall discussion.

What is clear despite the fog of unending wars, massive political corruption and unrelenting secrecy, propaganda and disinformation about ETs, is that this is a fascinating subject worthy of the public’s interest and of maximum transparency
for us all.

Perhaps Bassett is correct.  Hopefully, we will see soon enough!

By Rich Scheck
Santa Rosa, CA,, April 30, 2019

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Mysterious UFO Lights Spotted in Beijing Sparks Controversy

April 21, 2019                        (newsnation.in)

• On his website, ‘ET Data Base’, Scott Warning has shared an interesting video of mysterious lights hovering in the skies over Beijing, adding that such bright lights have also been spotted over other regions of China. (see 1:01 minute video below)

• “The lights caught the attention of most of Beijing, but it was seen by people that were 100 km away! That means the UFOs went to many locations, not just over Beijing. The light is lumpy and contained. That means it’s not a spotlight from the ground,” Waring wrote on his website.

 

It’s been a quite long time that alien hunters from across the globe have been working hard to establish the truth that there are some sorts of small life-forms on other habitable planets around the cosmos. While earlier studies have sparked several debates over the existence of aliens, also called extraterrestrial lives, the latest findings by popular conspiracy theorist – Scott C Warning – is yet again raising ray of hopes among UFO scientists.

Taking to his website ET Data Base, Warning shared an interesting video showing some mysterious UFO lights hovering in the skies of Beijing and added that such bright lights are also spotted in other regions of China. The video, which makes the hashtag #aliens started to trend on social media, has gone viral on social networking sites.

“The lights caught the attention of most of Beijing, but it was seen by people that were 100 km away! That means the UFOs went to many locations, not just over Beijing. The light is lumpy and contained. That means it’s not a spotlight from the ground,” Waring wrote on his website while sharing the creepy UFO sightings.

1:01 minute video of strange blue lights over Beijing, China

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Why Alien ‘Megastructures’ May Hold Key to Making Contact With Extraterrestrials

by Seth Shostak                   April 20, 2019                      (nbcnews.com)

• For nearly 70 years the scheme favored by most scientists in looking for extraterrestrial life on other planets, and that employed by SETI (the search for extraterrestrial intelligence), has been to beam radio transmissions toward celestial objects in space. Radio waves can easily traverse light-years. (The article’s writer is a former director and senior astronomer at SETI.)

• Successful results from our beaming a radio transmission into space is dependent upon the ET society beaming back a response, should they happen to receive it at all. They may not want to reveal themselves. Similarly, we may not want to reveal ourselves to an evil race of ETs.

• An attractive alternative might be in searching for alien structures and large artifacts in the form of massive engineering works constructed by an advanced extraterrestrial society.

• University of Chicago physicist Daniel Hooper recently suggested looking for clusters of stars where an advanced civilization may have moved distant stars into their own orbit as back-up suns. Corralled stars would be easy to spot, reasons Hooper.

• In 2015, astronomer Tabetha Boyajian and her colleagues thought that they’d found a star around which a Dyson sphere had been constructed by an extraterrestrial civilization. It was noted that ‘Tabby’s Star’, 1400 light years away, would dim as the star rotated. Today, scientists believe that the dimming comes not from a mega-structure, but heavy dust surrounding the star.

 

If you’re trying to come up with the best game plan for proving the existence of extraterrestrials, you’ve got plenty of options. Naturally, you want a strategy with a high chance of success, simply in the interests of time, money and a shot at the Nobel Prize.

For nearly 70 years the scheme favored by most scientists has been to look for signals — radio transmissions. That’s the classic approach of SETI (the search for extraterrestrial intelligence), and frankly, it makes sense. Radio can easily traverse light-years, and the technology for detecting it is well known and highly sensitive.

But is looking for signals really the best plan? Is it possible that we’re making the wrong bet?

There’s an attractive alternative: searching for physical artifacts — alien structures. We’re not talking about crop circles or other odd phenomena here on Earth. We’re talking about massive engineering works that an advanced society has constructed somewhere in space.

Why search for artifacts? Because it eliminates the requirement that the aliens have chosen to get in touch — to transmit radio signals our way. Sure, maybe they’d want to do that, but then again maybe they’d rather lay low. If you’re not sure you’re the Milky Way’s top-dog society, you don’t want to bet the farm by assuming that the alpha aliens, wherever they might be, have good intentions. Silence could have survival value.

There’s another point: Picking up an alien civilization’s transmissions requires that the signal reach your telescope at the very moment that you’re pointing it in their direction. This is SETI’s well-known “synchronicity” problem, and it’s been likened to firing a bullet and expecting that it will intercept, head-on, another bullet shot by someone else. Improbable.

In nearly every radio SETI experiment, the amount of time spent listening at any given frequency is but a few minutes. The universe has been around for nearly ten thousand trillion minutes, so SETI efforts are a bit like stepping into the backyard hoping you’re just in time to catch a raccoon stealing the cat food.

Of course, you can believe the aliens have some good reason to spend lots of time transmitting to Earth, but if they’re even a short distance away (astronomically speaking), they won’t know we’re here — there hasn’t been enough time for our radar and television signals to reach them yet, even at the speed of light.

In contrast, artifacts may be lurking in space just waiting our discovery, all night, every night. China’s Great Wall and the Egyptian pyramids are earthly constructions that have existed for centuries. Finding them doesn’t demand much synchronicity.

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