Saturday, February 19, 2011

Obama to make UFO announcement

Obama to make UFO announcement in coming weeks
Michael Cohen (, Dec. 2010)
All News Web has received information from government insiders close to the US President that Barack Obama has been given the go ahead to make an important "off the cuff" announcement regarding UFO visits and US contact with aliens.

  • That he has the "go ahead" is confirmed by Dr. Steven Greer; why he will not is also explained. It is not the public government hiding the information but rather the hidden government over which the White House has no authority over the "shadowy government" Sen. Inouye outed in a public hearing.
Allegedly DARPA has given this move the green light. The comments by the president will be made within the next month. Our sources claim this will not be outright admittance of UFO visits and contact with aliens; however, the comments will come as close to admittance as any president has to date and will be made in the context of a speech on an entirely different matter.

From what we understand the president will concede that there is "some evidence" to suggest aliens might have attempted to contact earthlings. All of this is said to be part of a warm up program leading to eventual outright admittance [disclosure] of knowledge of UFO and alien visitation by major world governments within three years. Source

Wisdom Quarterly (COMMENTARY)
This announcement is nothing we did not already know. Most of us were simply in denial. And those who called reporters and whistle blowers the "lunatic fringe," crazy, or worse now claim they knew all along. Nevertheless, other issues -- rebirth, chemtrails, autism-inducing vaccinations, psychic abilities -- are still called "nonsense." We are only as openminded as suits us. We can only accept a consensus reality when our the givers give us permission. What is our herd mentality gain us, safety at the expense of freedom? What was the use of whistle blowers risking everything?

Spirituality and Religion are not mutually exclusive
A few weeks ago, I wrote a column exploring the lack of participation of men in American religion. Much to my surprise, I received two kinds of comments again and again about the article. The first category of commentator was pleased by the news that men were less religious [since] religion is foolishness, and men were to be praised for abandoning it in such numbers. But a second category of responses is deeply intriguing. Those suggested that I had confused spirituality and religion.

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