October 6, 2019
I'm no great chronicler of theblackvault or anything, but the first was dark and secretive with dashes of alien green and the second was lighter and had more user features. This is the third with 'ordered reply' system of posting. What is better for one is just different for another; I liked the old blackvault background ambiance where serious lurking was required to find what you were looking for, but the new one is better in that all the controls are streamlined for the changing, moving world we live in.
May 3, 2020
but the new one is better in that all the controls are streamlined for the changing, moving world we live in.
Thanks. I haven't even begun to dig into the archived papers here, and I've listened to only about 3 of the audio lectures, so more organized is better for me. I was looking for a good forum that discusses UFO & aliens since I'm getting so interested in those topics, but this was the only site I found that clearly allows political discussion, so I joined this one. As you can tell by the various conversations in the past few weeks, it's hard to discuss one topic without discussing the other.
On that topic, there was good quote from the movie "Endangered Species" (1982)...
Joe Hiatt: You know in almost every case, bright lights in the sky, no tracks, strange noises...
Ruben Castle: UFOs, huh?
Joe Hiatt: Look pal, if it's UFOs, it's bigger than all of us. That's like saying God did it. But if it's not UFOs...
One main point of that quote is that almost anything can be explained by the supernatural world, whether UFOs, God, ghosts, or something akin to those. For explanatory power, invoking one of those entities is like cheating in a debate, since those topics are so transcendent that they are largely unprovable, and so little is known about them, including whether they even exist at all.
My belief is that we've reached the end of sensible options for discussing certain topics, say the topic of cattle mutilation. Mainstream media gives us a list of three choices from which to choose to solve that mystery: Satanists, disease, or predators. While they're doing that, they're not mentioning that typically a cow heart is being removed from the interior of the cow without any cuts having been done anywhere that could allow access to that heart! Nobody and nothing in the world we experience can do a surgical procedure like that, therefore we're truly out of options for figuring out the answer if we rely on the stupid mainstream media's list of options. At such an impasse, the necessity of considering aliens becomes obvious. With aliens, suddenly a lot of things fall into place: the seeming presence of advanced technology (darting lights in the sky as well as impossible surgeries), the reason for all the ridiculous explanations supplied by government (crickets did brain damage through sound, thousands of blackbirds falling from the sky were from fireworks, UFOs were just jet planes, Satanists know how to do bloodless surgeries, etc.), the explanation for so many mysterious disappearances of campers and hikers, the explanation of Sasquatch, etc. That's the kind of explanation I like: one that explains so many other things at the same time. And all one has to do to answer all those questions in a single shot is to keep an open mind to the possibility that somebody/something has extremely high technology that most of us don't know about. A site like this that allows coverage of both SOIs at once is a site where really good answers can be found, in my opinion.
Here's a video I just finished watching, which is why cattle mutilations are on my mind, and where I got a lot of those details...
Linda Moulton Howe...1000's Of Years Old Earthly Phenomena That Could Have An Alien Origin?
Mar 8, 2020
Zohar StarGate TV
June 20, 2020
Is it the fact this man took a knee during the anthem that is a problem for everyone? Or is it why he took a knee? I find it very interesting that everyone before they even questioned him about his action just assumed that it was a "Black thang". What if he had taken a knee to give great honor to the flag and this country, or protest the deaths by cancer, or the killing of babies in India, or the honoring of wounded veterans? Truth, justice and the American way. Noone would have had a problem with it. In fact they would have celebrated him for exhibiting such patriotism and concern for his fellow man. Had Colin been a white player, noone would have assumed that he had some problem with racism in this country. Everyone would have just assumed the white player was being over zealous in his love for country. Truth, justice and the American way. Does not systemic racism deserve to be spoken of as truth? Does it not deserve justice? Does it not deserve to be questioned as an American way of life? The man had a platform to express his freedom of speech and he used it in a very quiet and dignified manner. I think those people who don't want to address the issue of racism, which is way more important than a god-amn football game, are the ones who made a clamor about the issue and literally forced the hand of the league to satisfy the fans. And you should all be deeply, deeply ashamed of your choosing of money over the lives of men. I watch the Oscars every year and every year there is always a parade of stars standing on some political platform. Noone gets upset, noone loses money and noone gets fired from their job.