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http://www.disclose.tv/news/richard...__nasas_plan_for_a_fake_alien_invasion/137673

Project Blue Beam is a NASA plan in which they allegedly will try to implement a New Age religion to start a new world order. The means to create this new world order involve technologically-simulated alien invasions. The project was leaked by journalist Serge Monast in 1994. He later published a book to describe NASA's plans to invoke this new world order. In 1996 Monast passed away. The official explanation was that he suffered a heart attack. Strangly another journalist that was investigating project Blue Beam died in similar circumstances.

Richard Dolan gives some personal insights in the theory of project Blue Beam via his contacts at Nasa. How is NASA going to implement this and what are the logistical challenges? Step One Step One involves the breakdown of all archaeological knowledge. This will be done by faking earthquakes and creating false archaeological proof. Step Two Step Two involves fake alien invasions using three-dimensional holographic laser projections. These invasions will take place simultaniously all over the globe. Images of popular religious symbols will be mixed in.

Step Three Step Three is "Telepathic Electronic Two-Way Communication." It involves making people think their god is speaking to them through telepathy. To achieve this low frequency radio waves will be used. Step Four Step Four consists of 3 parts Creating fake alien invasion all over the world Convince Christians that the rapture is about the happen A mixture of electronic and supernatural forces It seems important to keep in mind the possibility of our governments faking an alien invasion to create a new world order.
 
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We've been hearing about Project Blue Beam for years. Do you believe?
 

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I can't believe R Dolan has his name attached to this. I certainly hope it's not true.
 
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In Christianity, the first prophet before the apocalypse is of the Devil. I understand that NASA is really good at math, but do they even read ?:(
 
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Project Blue Beam has all the usual hallmarks of a conspiracy theory:

  • It attempts to shoehorn events that have happened, and are happening, into its "predictive" framework, particularly with references to films being used to prep people psychologically for the conspiracy's dramatic conclusion.
  • It shows a lack of comprehension of the practical psychology of those who are not paranoid.[5]
  • It plays on fears of alleged advanced technology that most people, including its author, do not understand.
The theory itself cobbles together past conspiracy tropes, starting from paranoia and progressing to technologically implausible plans with motivations that literally do not make any sense.

The theorist's death from a middle-age heart attack cut off its possible spread early and left it short on source material in English — though there is the tantalizing promise of several books' worth in French — but did cap the theory itself off nicely.
Project Blue Beam - RationalWiki
 
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I like RationalWiki a lot, and has a good take on BlueBeam, but in general re: the paranormal, I still take them w/ a grain of salt:p. Some play-write put it well.
Horatio:
O day and night, but this is wondrous strange!

Hamlet:
And therefore as a stranger give it welcome.
There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.

Horatio, a model of rationality, is still having a hard time swallowing the whole business. Ghosts are not the sort of beings his "philosophy" easily takes into account. We know that Horatio is, like Hamlet, a student at the University of Wittenberg, a notable outpost of Protestant humanism. The philosophy he studies there is probably classical—a compound of ethics, logic, and natural science. The emphasis on everyday phenomena pretty much excludes speculation about talking ghosts.
There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio - eNotes Shakespeare Quotes
 
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I like RationalWiki a lot, and has a good take on BlueBeam, but in general re: the paranormal, I still take them w/ a grain of salt:p. Some play-write put it well.
Horatio:
O day and night, but this is wondrous strange!

Hamlet:
And therefore as a stranger give it welcome.
There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.

Horatio, a model of rationality, is still having a hard time swallowing the whole business. Ghosts are not the sort of beings his "philosophy" easily takes into account. We know that Horatio is, like Hamlet, a student at the University of Wittenberg, a notable outpost of Protestant humanism. The philosophy he studies there is probably classical—a compound of ethics, logic, and natural science. The emphasis on everyday phenomena pretty much excludes speculation about talking ghosts.
There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio - eNotes Shakespeare Quotes
I do not like using Wiki as any reference but I was in a hurry.
 
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"Wag the Dog" except change the enemy to aliens, and the goal to a new world order instead of covering up a sex scandal.

Any more I wouldn't doubt anything is possible with the fearful and powerful people who really run this planet. They are so flush with money, they need to concoct new games and challenges among themselves to create excitement and toy with the masses.
 

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"Wag the Dog" except change the enemy to aliens, and the goal to a new world order instead of covering up a sex scandal.

Any more I wouldn't doubt anything is possible with the fearful and powerful people who really run this planet. They are so flush with money, they need to concoct new games and challenges among themselves to create excitement and toy with the masses.
Sad, but true. 99.9999% of the masses have no clue who is really running this planet!! :mad: