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COMMENTS FROM FELLOW PRISONERS

COMMENTS FROM READERS ABOUT THE BOOK “ALIEN INTERVIEW”

“I am deeply grateful for this book”

It had to be with an overwhelming sense of duty and honor that you put forth this book on behalf of the late Mrs. MacElroy. It was done in, I believe, the best format possible for the parameters given…yet I cannot wrap my mind around your choice to destroy data. It seems nearly sacrilegious. I DO understand your position but in my humble unasked for opinion, I would have found a different way. Furthermore, in a day of accessible media technology, she would have been far more a benefit to us all if she would have left us, in addition to this data, a visual and spoken testimony to the materials presented here.

I am deeply grateful for this book and for the challenges it presents us. I am deeply saddened at this account, at the end of the ordeal and the horrid event that demonstrates the fear and prejudice of some who call themselves leaders. Yet what we have here is precious even in its brevity. Finally, I am also grateful for the cost of the PDF which makes it acquirable to many in the world. This book raises many questions…and yet gives amazing answers to many others… Would I recommend it to the seeker? With all the passion that I could muster…YES, yes indeed! Kudos on a job well done…” — Expedia

“…the implications of which are mind-blowing”

“Thank you for sharing this intriguing collection of documents, the implications of which are mind-blowing.” — Eric Mutschlechner

“…is my favorite book of all time!!!”

“…its a great fucking book. If this is a relatively a beginning look in to aliens, i would not get this book. I would first learn how this planet is being controlled. Read William Coopers, Behold A Pale Horse, then Gods of Eden. Once you learn that religion was written (encouraged) by aliens, then get this book. This book in words, ties the strings. But you first need the strings to tie. If not, then you just throw the book aside as a fake…but i promise you its not…wish it wasn’t… 10/10 for book…if it is true, is a book that EVERY person on this planet should read and follow more than any other. After studying aliens for years. Stumbling into his… gives me the fucking chills… and is my favorite book of all time!!!” — logic2reason

“It really spoke to me, and changed EVERYTHING!”

“I loved, loved, loved Alien Interview. I am not and never have considered myself a UFO buff. But, when a friend sent me a link to this book, my guides were screaming at me to read it. I read all of the interview in less than 24 hours! It really spoke to me, and changed EVERYTHING! :)  Thank you so much for your artistic value to us all, and for being brave enough to deliver the information that came from Matilda! — Love & Light,  Renee

I read the entire book in one sitting and was truly “blown away.” — Mookite

“…filling the glaring holes in present cosmology”.

Thank you for bringing us this wonderful gift of perspective. The face of it is, and always will be, for noisy debates, but for those who can see the treasure, its quantum triangulation is precise.  Predictably this lot would discard the diamond while fighting over its box. The discrete term “Is Be” is the assayer’s certificate for the material’s authenticity.  Over most heads, but nonetheless a point of fact that locks the cosmological genesis into a very specific dimensional coordinate, filling the glaring holes in present cosmology.  As I’m sure you correctly surmised in your decision to destroy the source material. — Martin Burger

“One of the most important pieces of exopolitical evidenceIt will hit you on an almost visceral level”

“After hearing a talk-radio interview with the editor of this book I was left both intrigued and slightly miffed by the end of it.

Intrigued because in this era of CGI and Photoshop – image analysis simply leads to more of the mundane, looped discussion about “real” or “hoax” so contact testimony is, in my experience, both more valuable and more interesting. I also despaired somewhat because this information, if accurate [and since reading it I believe it is], should have come out decades ago not on the deathbed of the Army nurse who provided it.

In addition to the communication from the pilot extra-terrestrial from the Roswell crash itself, both Lawrence Spencer and Matilda O’Donnell MacElroy provide various useful contexts for the bizarre and often metaphysical journey the notes take the reader on. Believe me when I suggest that the information the book contains is so explosive that readers need this wrap around commentary to ground them as they work through the details.” — David Griffin, Exopolitics Institute

“I can attest to the believability in his book.”

“…this book is a must read. i had a hard time going along with this, but after reading several other books on the topic, i can attest to the believability in his book.” — RoganSF

“Read Alien Interview:  It will put so much understanding into your life.” — UpRiver

“…perhaps the most important material EVER to emerge into view in the entire history of planet earth.”

“…what you have here is the single most important piece of the UFO/ETI puzzle ever to emerge in history.   It will empower some of us to synthesize what ETI is teaching us into a coherency that can be communicated.  It NEEDS NO VETTING WHATSOEVER.   The document SPEAKS FOR ITSELF and Airl‘s mission is fulfilled and successfully accomplished because Airl’s speaking will now be heard ALL OVER THE PLANET.   Yes, the timing is just right.  It is a huge victory, not just for you, but for the entire planet and every bioform on it!  I read Alien Interview twice, a friend having sent it to me. I want you to know this.   This material is perhaps the most important material EVER to emerge into view in the entire history of planet earth.” — Nestingwave

“I have read this book and put it into the “potentially explosive if true and outstanding science fiction if not” category.” — Above Top Secret

“There is more truth in that interview, than most would care to admit!” — Godlikeproductions

“Amazing…”

“This interview is mind blowing stuff. It’s just confirming thoughts that I’ve had about life the universe and the meaning of it all. I’ve always thought I myself am a ‘slice’ of god just like everyone else. we are all eternal all-knowing all-powerful beings just trying to experience the game of life in order to keep ourselves from getting bored.” — Anonymouse

“I couldn’t stop reading it”

“I decided to download the book last night and read a few pages, just to feel it out…. wow. I couldn’t stop reading it. I finally had to turn out the light and hit the bed but I got about halfway through it and I found it to be extremely interesting.” — Betlegese

Originally posted 2011-01-13 14:25:13. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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RETURN TO THE LIGHT

“…the “Old Empire” has been using Earth as a “prison planet” for a very long time — exactly how long is unknown — perhaps millions of years.

So, when the body of the IS-BE dies they depart from the body. They are detected by the “force screen”, they are captured and  “ordered” by hypnotic command to “return to the light”.  The idea of “heaven” and the “afterlife” are part of the hypnotic suggestion — a part of the treachery that makes the whole mechanism work.

After the IS-BE has been shocked and hypnotized to erase the memory of the life just lived,  the IS-BE is immediately “commanded”, hypnotically, to “report” back to Earth, as though they were on a secret mission, to inhabit a new body.  Each IS-BE is told that they have a special purpose for being on Earth.  But, of course there is no purpose for being in a prison — at least not for the prisoner.

Any undesirable IS-BEs who are sentenced to Earth were classified as “untouchable” [i] (Footnote) by the “Old Empire”.  This included anyone that the “Old Empire” judged to be criminals who are too vicious to be reformed or subdued, as well as other criminals such as sexual perverts, or beings unwilling to do any productive work.

An “untouchable” classification of IS-BEs also includes a wide variety of “political prisoners” [ii] (Footnote). This  includes IS-BEs who are considered to be noncompliant “free thinkers” or “revolutionaries” who make trouble for the governments of the various planets of the “Old Empire”. Of course, anyone with a previous military record against the “Old Empire” is also shipped off to Earth.

A list of “untouchables” include artists, painters, singers, musicians, writers, actors, and performers of every kind.  For this reason Earth has more artists per capita than any other planet in the “Old Empire”.

“Untouchables” also include intellectuals, inventors and geniuses in almost every field.  Since everything the “Old Empire” considers valuable has long since been invented or created over the last few trillion years, they have no further use for such beings.  This includes skilled managers also, which are not needed in a society of obedient, robotic citizens.

Anyone who is not willing or able to submit to mindless  economic, political and religious servitude as a tax-paying worker in the class system of the “Old Empire” are “untouchable” and sentenced to receive memory wipe-out and permanent imprisonment on Earth.

The net result is that an IS-BE is unable to escape because they can’t remember who they are, where they came from, where they are.  They have been hypnotized to think they are someone, something, sometime, and somewhere other than where they really are.”

— Excerpt from the Top Secret transcripts published in the book ALIEN INTERVIEW, edited by Lawrence R. Spencer 


[i] “… Untouchables…”

“In the Indian caste system, a Dalit, often called an untouchable, or an outcaste, is a person who according to traditional Hindu belief does not have any “varnas”. Varna refers to the Hindu belief that most humans were supposedly created from different parts of the body of the divinity Purusha. The part from which a varna was supposedly created defines a person’s social status with regard to issues such as whom they may marry and which professions they may hold. Dalits fall outside the varnas system and have historically been prevented from doing any but the most menial jobs. (However, a distinction must be made between lower-caste people and Pariahs.) Included are leather-workers (called chamar), carcass handlers (called mahar),poor farmers and landless labourers, night soil scavengers (called bhangi or chura), street handicrafters, folk artists, street cleaners, dhobi, etc.

Traditionally, they were treated as pariahs in South Asian society and isolated in their own communities, to the point that even their shadows were avoided by the upper castes. Discrimination against Dalits still exists in rural areas in the private sphere, in ritual matters such as access to eating places and water sources. It has largely disappeared, however, in urban areas and in the public sphere, in rights of movement and access to schools. The earliest rejection of discrimination, at least in spiritual matters, was made as far back as the Bhagavada Gita, which says that no person, no matter what, is barred from enlightenment There are an estimated 160 million Dalits in India.”

Reference:  Wikipedia.org

“Human rights abuses against these people, known as Dalits, are legion. A random sampling of headlines in mainstream Indian newspapers tells their story: “Dalit boy beaten to death for plucking flowers”; “Dalit tortured by cops for three days”; “Dalit ‘witch’ paraded naked in Bihar”; “Dalit killed in lock-up at Kurnool”; “7 Dalits burnt alive in caste clash”; “5 Dalits lynched in Haryana”; “Dalit woman gang-raped, paraded naked”; “Police egged on mob to lynch Dalits”.

“Dalits are not allowed to drink from the same wells, attend the same temples, wear shoes in the presence of an upper caste, or drink from the same cups in tea stalls,” said Smita Narula, a senior researcher with Human Rights Watch, and author of Broken People: Caste Violence Against India’s “Untouchables.” Human Rights Watch is a worldwide activist organization based in New York.   India’s Untouchables are relegated to the lowest jobs, and live in constant fear of being publicly humiliated, paraded naked, beaten, and raped with impunity by upper-caste Hindus seeking to keep them in their place. Merely walking through an upper-caste neighborhood is a life-threatening offense. Nearly 90 percent of all the poor Indians and 95 percent of all the illiterate Indians are Dalits.”

Reference:  http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2003/06/0602_030602_untouchables.html

[ii] “…political prisoners…”

“A political prisoner is someone held in prison or otherwise detained, perhaps under house arrest, for his/her involvement in political activity.

political prisoners are arrested and tried with a veneer of legality, where false criminal charges, manufactured evidence, and unfair trials are used to disguise the fact that an individual is a political prisoner. This is common in situations which may otherwise be decried nationally and internationally as a human rights violation and suppression of a political dissident. A political prisoner can also be someone that has been denied bail unfairly, denied parole when it would reasonably have been given to a prisoner charged with a comparable crime, or special powers may be invoked by the judiciary.

Particularly in this latter situation, whether an individual is regarded as a political prisoner may depend upon subjective political perspective or interpretation of the evidence.  Governments typically reject assertions that they hold political prisoners.

Examples:

In the Soviet Union, dubious psychiatric diagnoses were sometimes used to confine political prisoners.  In Nazi Germany, “Night and Fog” prisoners were among the first victims of fascist repression.  In North Korea, entire families are jailed if one family member is suspected of anti-government sentiments.”

— Reference:  Wikipedia.org

 

Originally posted 2011-09-01 12:25:35. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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ARTISTIC PLANET

“Any undesirable IS-BEs who are sentenced to Earth were classified as “untouchable” [i] (Footnote) by the “Old Empire”.  This included anyone that the “Old Empire” judged to be criminals who are too vicious to be reformed or subdued, as well as other criminals such as sexual perverts, or beings unwilling to do any productive work.

An “untouchable” classification of IS-BEs also includes a wide variety of “political prisoners” [ii] (Footnote). This  includes IS-BEs who are considered to be noncompliant “free thinkers” or “revolutionaries” who make trouble for the governments of the various planets of the “Old Empire”. Of course, anyone with a previous military record against the “Old Empire” is also shipped off to Earth.
A list of “untouchables” include artists, painters, singers, musicians, writers, actors, and performers of every kind.  For this reason Earth has more artists per capita than any other planet in the “Old Empire”.”

A list of “untouchables” include artists, painters, singers, musicians, writers, actors, and performers of every kind.  For this reason Earth has more artists per capita than any other planet in the “Old Empire”.” (emphansis added by the editor)

— Excerpted from the Top Secret transcripts published in the book ALIEN INTERVIEW, edited by Lawrence R. Spencer

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[i] “… Untouchables…”

“In the Indian caste system, a Dalit, often called an untouchable, or an outcaste, is a person who according to traditional Hindu belief does not have any “varnas”. Varna refers to the Hindu belief that most humans were supposedly created from different parts of the body of the divinity Purusha. The part from which a varna was supposedly created defines a person’s social status with regard to issues such as whom they may marry and which professions they may hold. Dalits fall outside the varnas system and have historically been prevented from doing any but the most menial jobs. (However, a distinction must be made between lower-caste people and Pariahs.) Included are leather-workers (called chamar), carcass handlers (called mahar),poor farmers and landless labourers, night soil scavengers (called bhangi or chura), street handicrafters, folk artists, street cleaners, dhobi, etc.

Traditionally, they were treated as pariahs in South Asian society and isolated in their own communities, to the point that even their shadows were avoided by the upper castes. Discrimination against Dalits still exists in rural areas in the private sphere, in ritual matters such as access to eating places and water sources. It has largely disappeared, however, in urban areas and in the public sphere, in rights of movement and access to schools. The earliest rejection of discrimination, at least in spiritual matters, was made as far back as the Bhagavada Gita, which says that no person, no matter what, is barred from enlightenment There are an estimated 160 million Dalits in India.”

Reference:  Wikipedia.org

“Human rights abuses against these people, known as Dalits, are legion. A random sampling of headlines in mainstream Indian newspapers tells their story: “Dalit boy beaten to death for plucking flowers”; “Dalit tortured by cops for three days”; “Dalit ‘witch’ paraded naked in Bihar”; “Dalit killed in lock-up at Kurnool”; “7 Dalits burnt alive in caste clash”; “5 Dalits lynched in Haryana”; “Dalit woman gang-raped, paraded naked”; “Police egged on mob to lynch Dalits”.

“Dalits are not allowed to drink from the same wells, attend the same temples, wear shoes in the presence of an upper caste, or drink from the same cups in tea stalls,” said Smita Narula, a senior researcher with Human Rights Watch, and author of Broken People: Caste Violence Against India’s “Untouchables.” Human Rights Watch is a worldwide activist organization based in New York.   India’s Untouchables are relegated to the lowest jobs, and live in constant fear of being publicly humiliated, paraded naked, beaten, and raped with impunity by upper-caste Hindus seeking to keep them in their place. Merely walking through an upper-caste neighborhood is a life-threatening offense. Nearly 90 percent of all the poor Indians and 95 percent of all the illiterate Indians are Dalits.”

Reference:  http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2003/06/0602_030602_untouchables.html

[ii] “…political prisoners…”

“A political prisoner is someone held in prison or otherwise detained, perhaps under house arrest, for his/her involvement in political activity.

political prisoners are arrested and tried with a veneer of legality, where false criminal charges, manufactured evidence, and unfair trials are used to disguise the fact that an individual is a political prisoner. This is common in situations which may otherwise be decried nationally and internationally as a human rights violation and suppression of a political dissident. A political prisoner can also be someone that has been denied bail unfairly, denied parole when it would reasonably have been given to a prisoner charged with a comparable crime, or special powers may be invoked by the judiciary.

Particularly in this latter situation, whether an individual is regarded as a political prisoner may depend upon subjective political perspective or interpretation of the evidence.  Governments typically reject assertions that they hold political prisoners.

Examples:

In the Soviet Union, dubious psychiatric diagnoses were sometimes used to confine political prisoners.  In Nazi Germany, “Night and Fog” prisoners were among the first victims of fascist repression.  In North Korea, entire families are jailed if one family member is suspected of anti-government sentiments.”

— Reference:  Wikipedia.org

Originally posted 2011-02-20 23:06:07. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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