Discussion in 'Alien Hub' started by nivek, Aug 22, 2021.
So what is your link to human telepathy ?
Hah. What little I may have is not worth pursuing. Once I figured that out, I was happier.
I would say intuition... or observing, is really the best we can hope for.
But intuition is not divine. It is logic and observation.
Telepathy, if it is real, exists, in small waves, and is subject to corruption via internal fear, whimsy and desires... so as for me, I do not trust in its validity. It's kind of hard to trust something that has so much static and noise.
I have no objection to her advice to meditate and pray, but this makes it sound more like a vision quest, as though only those who are attuned will be able to see the "higher beings."
I'm sure Steven Greer can help you get attuned, for a fee of course!
Añjali Says It’s Wayne’s World Now
Añjali’s self-guided disclosure tour of an alien enclave in the Mojave Desert appears to have over-promised and under-delivered.
Añjali won’t be leading an intrepid team into tunnels that take her into a hidden base inside a mountain in the Southwest desert to meet with extraterrestrials. At least not anytime soon, if ever.
She’s made the announcement on Twitter that Wayne, the apparent property owner, has said he won’t let the apparently retired military member lead her Transcension Project Expedition Team to use his access, despite what Añjali says is the approval of Higher Density Beings from whom she gets direction. And so, with only months left before she claimed she would take this bold and intrepid action, the whole thing is on hold.
Blame Wayne. Otherwise, as this story goes, we’d be on the verge of imminent contact and public disclosure…This news carries all the shock of a Doomsday cult missing its apocalyptic deadline. Which is to say not much.
Skeptic Mick West and I don’t see eye-to-eye on everything when it comes to the issue of UAP/UFO reality, but I certainly do agree with him that not every wild story about aliens is true. Here is his take today:
Ironically, I was working up an article about what the Añjali story means to ufology and its need to be taken seriously. Then, just hours before I was ready to hit the publish button, she gave the whole thing the ending that was all but inevitable. Namely, something would come up to prevent her from carrying out her mission. Well, that box has now been checked.
(Much more on the link)
She's not doing this right. She was supposed to collect "donations" before cancelling.
Whitley Strieber interviewed her recently. I've listened to the interview a couple of times just to make sure I understand it. As you might expect, Whitley didn't pitch any hardballs here but I thought it was informative.
Schultz comes across as intelligent and articulate, and she has a fairly typical story of childhood contact. Of particular interest, she believes she is a hybrid and has hybrid siblings who have visited her. She met Wayne (the owner of the ranch where the cave was located) in a coffee shop and they were discussing mutual chronic health problems. She found that her encounter with Wayne connected her to the dimension of the visitors, so I suppose he is a contactee also. Wayne invited her to his desert ranch, and that is where she encountered the beings in the cave (she also calls it a tunnel).
At the end of the interview, Schultz says that Wayne decided to rescind his invitation to come back to the ranch with scientists out of concerns about his privacy after the December 21 announcement was made, and she no longer has contact with him. Schultz says that she was disappointed but respects his decision.
Ida know. After listening to the interview, she doesn't sound like the wide eyed LMH style nut that she seemed to be when the announcement for December 21 was made. At the same time, she has spun quite a long yarn and now has nothing to show for it. I don't rule out the possibility that she sincerely believes everything she has said, or that the Wayne character (if he is a real person) wanted to do something to her similar to what was done to Paul Bennewitz. I'm going to reserve judgment and keep following this story.