Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Info

Discussion in 'Alien-UFOs in the Media' started by Zeke, Jun 26, 2018.

  1. Zeke

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    I'm following this site on Twitter and wondering if they are apart of the deep state military disclosure effort along with TTS? or independent? Their posts and comments indicate former, for example (anti anything to do with "aliens" or ET question, no energy talk or ZPE, anti Dr Greer, very much focused on the "UAP" the term itself used by the TTS disclosure effort and Pentagon program.

    They are stressing the "poltergeist" activity with the UAPs, associated with horror movies based on demonic paranormal activity. Generally taking a negative position on the phenomenon - a threat.

    What do you think? It's a clean design and serious site/group. I'm not bashing them, just making an early assessment.

    "We are a specialist team of global researchers and investigators designated to the field of Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon and its disclosure.

    UAPinfo – The latest news and features about Unidentified Aerial Phenomena

    Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Info (@UAPinfo) | Twitter
     
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  2. nivek

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    I think mixing paranormal with ET is ignorant and then putting it into a demonic theme is immature and shortsighted...

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  3. humanoidlord

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    that website is clearly part of the AATIP PSY-OP, i have seen many believers of that, and yet there has been some proof that the gun camera videos are CGI and people have tried to obtain FOIA of the program and found nothing, so it probally doesn't exists
    however greer is also a PSY-OP and has scammed people many times
     
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  4. humanoidlord

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    yes to the latter and no to the first, i won't discuss it again to avoid thread derail
    about the demonic thing, well its applying religion to science wich is bad
     
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  5. nivek

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    Agreed, it's like they're trying to turn ufology into something evil...
     
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  6. Zeke

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    Upon further study and interaction with some of the members associated with this site - I am moving towards a more positive assessment. Would recommend following to anyone who's interested in disclosure developments and serious discussion.

    Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Info (@UAPinfo) | Twitter

    Their position on TTSA.

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  7. nivek

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    There are no serious discussions on Twitter, its a chat box...

    It seems you trying to pull people away from here and onto Twitter?...

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  8. Zeke

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    There are, however, the most serious people on Twitter, for sure. And they will interact with you, it's just its limited to characters. I'm a fan of various styles of discussion for various reasons.

    I started the thread on them to assess, and just wanted to update.
     
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  9. nivek

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    That's the main thing, limited characters because its a chat site not a discussion site...

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  10. Thomas R. Morrison

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    Lol - the AATIP is not a PsyOp. Sen. Reid requested the program to be classified at the Restricted Special Access Program level in that letter we saw, dated around 2009, iirc. I assume that went through, which is why we can't FOIA the records about it: national security policy trumps FOIA every time. But info keeps coming out, like the list of academic papers the AATIP produced.

    None of this has any of the earmarks of a PsyOp. You just think that everything that points to an ETH explanation is disinformation, because you're pathologically committed to the "hyperdimensional ultraterrestrial" notion that you picked up from John Keele.

    But anyone who looks at the data objectively finds that the ETH explains most cases quite handily (despite your protests to the contrary).
     
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  11. humanoidlord

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    there are still oddballs like the jean hingley faerie aliens or the bebedouro abduction...
    oh wait i forgot you don't like CE3s
    wonder why :Whistle:
     
  12. Zeke

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  13. nivek

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    You cannot see past your own windows...

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  14. humanoidlord

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    very well, thats my realm of research
     

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