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10 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Hi Mitch I read your piece Occult America with great interest. I was especially happy and interested, indeed surprised, that you describe Helena Blavatsky as "brilliant", as most describe her in a negative light. She is an easy target however, as what she wrote and said is poles apart from current paradigms. If people actually took the time to absorb the essence of what she wrote and l
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11 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Hi Richard Am curious about your use of the word "oblique". Surely, even the mention of someone causing a heart attack in someone else is far from being oblique? I for one believe, and have experiential evidence that thoughts can have an immense impact on the physical and psychical world. I don't need convincing of that. Many do though. However, what I am interested in is how can scien
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11 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Hi Richard It's been an absolute pleasure to share ideas with you here on Graham's website. To his supreme credit ,the latter has sacrificed a lot of his time, energy and money into this venture and, even though I've been lurking for the past while, still appreciate what he's doing to help this esoteric and eclectic community survive. God knows the world needs people that inquire into everything
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11 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Richard Thx for that. I've read your two recent articles on this so am up to speed on the "basics", but it's good to hear you embellish a bit. From your mass of data on the Grand NASA Plan has it been possible to ascertain or predict any future patterns, or do I just have to wait until I get my copy of Dark Mission at Christmas time?;-) Does NASA have an endgame? Harry
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11 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Richard, You've written extensively about the correlation between mythological and and astronomical symbols used by NASA in their mission parameters. I'm wondering if you've come across any data in ancient texts/mythology, etc that might refer, openly or tacitly, to the number 19.5? To me, this mythological angle is fascinating. I think it gives tremendous credence - as I do believe that all m
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11 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Hi Richard Thx for accepting my correcting myself. I suppose what is niggling me is that there must be some "rank and file" who either suspect or have irrefutable proof that all is not advertised. I long for the day when we find out the truth. It'll be mind-blowing. Harry
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11 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Hi Richard Ah...the dodginess of words yet again. I meant to say that I think you have said before that the average NASA worker who just goes about their daily business probably is oblivious to what's really going on. That's what I meant by "on the surface of things". What I'm curious about is how many NASA employees are kept out of the loop? Surely the average employee (if there is su
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11 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Hi Richard Been logging onto enterprisemission.com since it was marsmission! I continue to enjoy your website, although I've noticed that updates are not as frequent as they used to be:-( What happened to your blog? So glad you're still at it though. Also, saw you, Graham and Robert Bauval in 1996 in Leeds at the "Monuments to Life" conference which was a most enjoyable day, especially
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Stan I echo Richard's sentiments wholeheartedly. I've admired your work over the years. Your diligence and devotion to the facts are powerful allies in the search for the truth about this unjustifiably ridiculed and important subject. I heard an interview with you on Beyond The Ordinary recently where you mentioned a new book you hope to publish on the implications of ET contact (?). I look forw
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Hi Stan In Top Secret/Majic you write about the document Majestic-12 Group Special Operations Manual: Extraterrestrial Entities and Technology, Recovery and Disposal, and how it is potentially the mother of all MJ-12 documents. It certainly seems like it! You state that, at the time of writing in 1997, that, although it seems as if the document might be authentic, research on this it is ongoing.
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Hi Stan >I don't think details of new propulsion systems, which have obvious military implications should be released. Does the world really need Osama to have more military capability? I think this argument is based on a false premise. What evidence is available to show that Osama Bin Laden or any other terrorist group is responsible for more killing that the United States which has bombed
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Hi Stan Wow! Thanks for this. I haven't heard of some of these guys. I'll be checking them out for sure. I've read a few books on abductions and much of what I read was spurious to say the least. I think that's what put me off. Perhaps it was my choice of books. I can't remember which ones they were though. I have read a wee bit of Budd Hopkins and felt him to be a credible researcher. Perhaps I
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Hi Stan After reading what you said about Dr Greer I stared thinking. Who do you recognise as credible researchers and authors past and present on the subject of UFOs? I'm already a fan of Jacques Vallee. I’m not interested in abductions, cattle mutilations and the like as there is far more interesting and more important aspects of the phenomena based on empirical data and not second-hand specul
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Hi Stan Thanks for the reply. >He didn't vet all his whistleblowers Who exactly? Are you saying that Dr Greer is an unreliable investigator and trying to make a good living out of it? >didn't use the government's own documents to establish the coverup Wouldn't vetted whistleblowers' testimony be as good as documents? >for no good reason mixed free energy and UFOs. Why for no good
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Hi Stan I had a bunch of questions lined up for you some of which I've posted but have had little response to. As the end of the month is closing here are the rest of them. In Crash At Corona in the chapter "After the Crash" you talk about communication with aliens, the uncertaintanties of method and translation, and the need to try. And in the chapter titled "Keeping the Sec
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Hi SS >I suspect that these suckers are pretty radar invisible, and mostly operate within the host countries or allies The Belgian UFO wave of the early 90s saw black triangles almost exclusively. What was interesting and different about this case was that the Belgian Gendarmerie and military were very open in dealing with it, the exact opposite of the way the US operates. They had no clue w
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
So why all the secrecy on the part of who owns them then? Regards Harry
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Hi Stan I’ve seen something with my own eyes but I don’t know what it was. It happened in the Stirling area in Scotland in the early 90s as my wife and I were on a short break. It appeared solid and three-dimensional, was 2-300 yards away in daylight, lozenge shaped in an upright position, red-brown-orange in colour with no lights with what appeared to be a horizontal ridge running around its mi
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Now this is interesting. Bob Lazar has dodgy credentials, that's for sure. But there are also some of his stories that check out, that have been spoken about by other "insiders". There may be as much fiction as non-fiction in his claims. I asked Stan Friedman about him in another thread but have had no reply. Regards Harry
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Hi Stan I read on your website your take on Col. Philip Corso and review of his book "The Day After Roswell". This piece is dated 1997. You took the stance then of being not quite sure of Corso’s facts and credibility and your concern was that the book, and hence by implication Corso himself, would go down as a fraud. I haven’t read his book but I have seen him in a few documentaries a
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Hi Stan Given the weight of the testimonies by witnesses in Dr. Steven Greer’s Disclosure Project in the last few years, most notably perhaps that of Dr. Carol Rosin (all of which has played out for all to see) who said that Dr. Werner Von Braun told her in 1977 that terrorists would be the first perceived threat to motivate the US government to step up the weaponisation of space, the next “t
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Hi Stan Your quote "Some UFOs are alien spacecraft. Most are not." is interesting. In your opinion what categories do the "most" fall into and why? And what percentage, in your opinion, are genuine alien spacecraft? Regards Harry
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
It's been exciting talking with you Michael. Thank you and best wishes for your work. Regards Harry
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Thanks Michael, I appreciate your reply. >I would guess that the image of Mars we get through our physical senses is not the complete picture. In the daily sleep cycle our consciousness moves inwards allowing our bodies to recuperate whilst appearing dead. Should a planet be any different? "As above, so below." I think you are right; physical eyes can see only physical objects, not
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
That is very interesting Michael. I was wondering specifically, since there is some tentative evidence of ancient life on Mars, what is your opinion of the possibility of Mars currently enjoying a pralaya, or period of inactivity or obscuration in between Days of Brahma, in the same way that the Earth has in its past, and if the life-waves on planets undergo similar experiences caught up in the l
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
Michael, Before our discussion was "hijacked" I aired views on Mars' current condition in relation to the cycles of activity and inactivity here on Earth. What are your views on this? Does your research stretch anywhere outside of the Earth's sphere (physical, that is), and do the Vedas have anything to say about the Earth's relationship to the other planets? I would imagine that what
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
>Well why wouldn't I simply read the Mundiyaka Upanishad and skip the middle man? Aren't you mining an ancient wisdom, donning a Brooks Bros suit and passing it off as your own? I think we are doing ancient wisdoms a disservice by +not+ mining them. If we simply pass them over as meaningless, or irrelevant, we arrogantly assume that we know all there is to know. In fact, ancient wisdoms are p
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
>The current day of Brahma started about 2 billion years ago. Before that was a night of Brahma that lasted 4.32 billion years. So that means the previous day of Brahma ended about 6.32 billion years ago. I am currently thinking that the earth is like a rerecordable media disc, like a DVD RW, say. I am thinking that at the end of the last day of Brahma, the earth disc was erased, i.e. both geo
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
That's my point:-) Happy holidays to you, Duncan. Harry
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14 years ago
HarryWJYoung
"You don't believe in the Force, do you?" - Luke Skywalker Kind regards Harry
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