Dog Days of Disclosure: Saber-Rattling for an Alien War, The Maji of Majestic, and the Fight for Free Energy

obama-flying-saucer-2Shawn Mitzel from Big Medicine:

There is a steady drum being beaten under the daily cacophony of economic ruin, terror,war and celebrity fashion faux pas. UFO’s. Aliens. Threat to Humanity. It is beating louder and louder as each week passes. Stephen Hawking made headlines around the world warning us not to talk to ET. He fears they share our genocidal tendencies, our thirst for plunder of resources, and that we will suffer the same fate as the Native Americans after Christopher Columbus’ “discovery.”

We don’t have to worry about that because we are still breaking our toys in the sandbox, according to official MUFON investigator, and sometimes-actor, Dan Akyroyd on a recent appearance on a Larry King Live panel that included physicist Michio Kaku, Seth Shostak from SETI, and scientist/author David Brin discussing Stephen Hawking’s intergalactic fear mongering…

[continues at Big Medicine]

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10 Responses to Dog Days of Disclosure: Saber-Rattling for an Alien War, The Maji of Majestic, and the Fight for Free Energy

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