Author Topic: Aliens Under the Sea  (Read 11212 times)

bandersnatch
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Re: Aliens Under the Sea
« Reply #45 on: August 22, 2008, 10:13:17 PM »
hey bander I have been near a grey and they told me wear they were from ok it was the other you were talking about,Alpha-Centaurians
they were going to go to the zeta-reticula superclusters
ok now again please don't make fun of people who have been abducted ok
for most it is scary


Nice try.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zeta_Reticuli#Zeta_Reticuli_in_ufology

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The Zeta Reticuli system has gained some notoriety in ufology: some ufologists allege that Zeta Reticuli is home to an alien civilization they refer to as the Greys. This is based on the alleged 1961 abduction of Betty and Barney Hill. In 1964, under hypnosis, Betty Hill drew a map she claimed she was shown during the abduction, showing the aliens' home star, the Sun, and 14 other stars. Astronomer Marjorie Fish constructed a 3-dimensional map of nearby sun-like stars and claimed a good match from the perspective of Zeta Reticuli. There were also 3 stars on the map that were previously unknown to Astronomers until 1969, known as Gliese stars. The fit of the Hill/Fish star maps was debated in the December 1974 edition of Astronomy Magazine. In his Cosmos television program, Carl Sagan debunked the map, noting that the match was not (and could not be expected to be) perfect, and random chance would produce at least one similarly good match to the map somewhere in the star catalog Fish used in her analysis.

In an interview with George Knapp for a television documentary, Bob Lazar, the man who first claimed that Area 51 was a secret UFO research facility, suggested that the UFO that he claimed to have helped reverse-engineer may have come from the vicinity of Zeta Reticuli, or that this information may have been given to him in an attempt to misguide him.

In 2005, several anonymous messages posted to ufology forums claimed that a planet in the Zeta Reticuli system was the site of a United States military project, allegedly named Project Serpo.

In case you didn't hear the buzzer, Terror, let me break it down for you.

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Nina
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Re: Aliens Under the Sea
« Reply #46 on: August 23, 2008, 03:25:53 AM »
I wasnt abducted.... people get hold of yourself... and think. Who would dare to abduct me? And what kind of alien it would be to take such risk of being down talked by me? If they came all the way down here, they wold know better. I would simply explain to them that there is no waaay they are going to do anything to me, cause I have a horde of monstrous people waiting down to pull their loins out. And I dont think anybody would really want that. And if I told them that they will suffer the pain of Petling spam, they would handbrake the machine and buzz off to wherever they came from...


Bander, researching abductions has always been a slippery one. It is proved that some "memories" are false, imprinted by media or whatever. Not that I dont believe in that, I had my share of ET visits, and I dare to say I hope I wont be visited like the last time. Which wasnt last week, but couple of years ago. And to prove it, I have markings and something over my bellybutton...

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Re: Aliens Under the Sea
« Reply #47 on: August 23, 2008, 06:06:43 AM »
ya and if they did abduct you they'd be dead by now
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