Thursday, January 24, 2008

Mystery image of 'life on Mars'

Mystery image of 'life on Mars'

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Ask Paul Hellyer, ex Canadian Defence Minister.
Ask Dr. Steven Greer of the Disclosure Project.
Ask Dr. Stanton T Friedman.
...the list is endless.
Read former US Colonel Philip Corso's book.
...the references are endless.

Indeed, this should be subject matter at the current Davos pow wow.

Decades ago JP Morgan said to Tesla: "Great technology, but how do I put a meter on it?

The BBC's approach to off worldly matters is akin to primary school children investigating the subject. Indeed, children would be more objective. It is a shocking disgrace, but then we wouldn't want to reveal the free energy already available to human beings would we?! We wouldn't want to be overly investigative would we?

Laugh at me? Be my guest!

It has to be considered a rock formation in ordinary world-think, but of course, if the information concerning the Moon, Venus and Mars is nearer the truth - these planets have atmosphere and are habited by beings and visited by 'humans' - then it may be a shot of a being out for a walk.

It is a lot of speculation about an inconclusive event when we (the media and public) should be addressing the fundamental contemporary basics of JFK, 9/11, Trueman's industrial complex statement and getting the concept of free technology into the public conscienceness instead of scare mongering the public while presenting Al Gore with ridiculous Nobel gongs.

Ask Michael Cremo about the artifacts found on earth within rock millions years old? Go on BBC, I dare you!

Paraphrasing Oscar Wilde and Freddie Mercury: The truth will out my dears, the truth will out!

I put it to you my Lord, the public and most authorities are in for a huge surprise.

Oh, hang on! Hold the space trip - there is important breaking news about the You Tube ban in Turkey and a British Minister buying a kebab in South London.

Arther C. Withernee, Correspondent for WEMW
Report 24 January 2008