Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Drip Drip *Disclosure* Continues ... and Kurt Russell Saw the Phoenix Lights

Wednesday greetings, Title Magicians ... I've never been a big celebrity-fan type of individual. Sure I've been starry-eyed at times, yet never hard core, even for the Beatles -- when I was thirteen. Okay, that said, I have always liked Kurt Russell in his acting roles, and whenever I happened to catch him on some late-night talk show, I like him as a person. That is -- long ago, when I used to watch TV and went to the movies  Anyway, how cool is it when Kurt Russell comes out and reveals he was a witness to the Phoenix Lights while piloting his aircraft. 

Meanwhile, the vaunted SIXTY MINUTES interviewed the ultra-rich Robert Bigelow... and he's not afraid to say what his beliefs about ETs and UFOs are... how refreshing is that? Especially on the washed-up, running on fumes MSM.  

So, here's one scenario that ***could*** come about within the next three weeks. That is, the alien gods arrive on Earth... however, this psy-op, which will likely be supported by the Vatican -- the pope in particular, is to be cloaked as a rumor-secret, at first -- one that is loosed on the UFO/Paranormal community as THE REAL TRUTH happening behind the scenes... yep, that enticing high-strangemeness secret few could ever resist. 

If this psy-op goes as the darkside elites [one faction] plan, many people, many of us Earthers, will be pushed into a manic state of pure shock -- because, gosh, the conspiracy folks were right. THEY'RE HERE ... So, out of this utter chaos by some of humankind, this power-addicted global faction, will demand their ONE WORLD TYRANNY, and say that all religions are bogus, that the progenitors of humanity are here. 


*If* this scenario goes full *whole hawg* bore... *if*... my advice: TRUST NO ONE. TRUST ONLY YOURSELF, YOUR SOUL, YOUR GUT, YOUR HIGHER SELF -- WHEREIN WHICH, ALL TRUTH RESIDES.

Robert Bigelow Talks UFOs on '60 Minutes'

Robert Bigelow Talks UFOs on '60 Minutes'

During a segment on Sunday night's 60 Minutes, aerospace entrepreneur Robert Bigelow opened up about his thoughts on the UFO phenomenon.
Although the profile was centered around his company's revolutionary development of expandable structures to be used in space, it also delved into what it called his "obsession" with UFOs and aliens.
Asked by interviewer Lara Logan if he believed in aliens, Bigelow replied confidently, "I'm absolutely convinced. That's all there is to it."
Regarding UFOs coming to Earth, Bigelow opined that "there has been and is an existing presence, an ET presence."
Although he didn't explain what his investment yielded as far as answers, Bigelow noted that "I spent millions and millions and millions -- I probably spent more as an individual than anybody else in the United States has ever spent on this subject."
And, in a refreshing answer to the question of whether he worries about how the public might respond to his take on UFOs, Bigelow simply said, "I don't give a damn. I don't care."
Pressed for a reason why, he mused, "It's not gonna make a difference. It's not gonna change reality of what I know."
Unfortunately, the segment stopped short of exploring what exactly Bigelow knows that makes him so certain about the phenomenon, he went on to assert that humans do not have to travel into space to encounter ETs.
"You don't have to go anywhere," he declared, "it's just like right under people's noses."
The tantalizing exchange and the serious nature with which it was presented was remarkable for a primetime program on national television, especially the venerable 60 Minutes.
Coast Insiders can hear more of Bigelow's thoughts on the private space industry as well as UFOs and ETs by checking out his 3/31/2013 appearance on the program.
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Source: CBS News

Kurt Russell Shares Incredible Phoenix Lights Experience

Hollywood legend Kurt Russell recently revealed a remarkable, real life role on his resume: witness to the infamous Phoenix Lights!
While appearing on a British television program to promote the new Guardians of the Galaxy film, the actor was reminded of the incident by host Gyles Brandreth.
The presenter read a newspaper report about an unidentified pilot who reporting seeing six unexplained lights while flying his private aircraft at the time that the Phoenix Lights event was taking place.
To the astonishment of his co-star and the audience, Russell responded, "the tail number for that plane was two-tango-sierra and I was the pilot."
The actor went on to recall that he had been flying towards Phoenix with his son onboard when he spotted "six lights over the airport in absolute uniform in a V-shape."
Bewildered by what he was seeing, Russell subsequently contacted air traffic control, who reported that they were not seeing anything out of the ordinary in his vicinity.
According to Russell, he and his son simply went on with their lives after the incident and had no idea that they had been witnesses to a historic UFO event.
The actor only realized his connection to the Phoenix Lights two years later when he happened to see a TV special about the incident.
Incredibly, the program detailed the story of a private pilot who reported seeing the lights, leading Russell to exclaim, "that was me!"
A later check of his flight log books confirmed that, indeed, Russell was the pilot of that oft-cited aircraft.
In a perceptive observation that should sound familiar to longtime UFO researchers, Russell mused that the truly "weird part" of the experience was that he and his son simply 'forgot' the sighting,
That strange aspect surrounding his memory of the event is a frequent phenomenon reported by other UFO witnesses as well.
Fortunately, he eventually remembered the experience and, twenty years later, helped solve one small mystery about the Phoenix Lights case by revealing that he was the civilian pilot who saw the UFOs.
Coast Insiders can learn more about the now-iconic UFO event by checking out the 3/13/2017edition of the program featuring Dr. Lynne Kitei.
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Source: Express

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