Hi All. I was never a member of the Church of $cio - I learned in the Free Zone.

SPsince83

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I don't know if 'discipline' is the right word, Sindy, when dealing wit a major space cadet who claims to be married to a "supersoldier" that worked on the planet Mars. I've read enough crap on Micheal & Stephanie Relfe to make your head spin. :)

"n reality, for most supersoldier programs, the training starts long before the person is into adulthood or formally “recruited” into a particular branch of military covert operations. For Randy, his first abduction memory occurred at 3 years old or possibly younger, after which the “secret military” took advantage of his “hybrid upgrades” and placed him into a supersoldier project for 14 years as part of the Special Section of the USMC.

Project Moonshadow* was actually the childhood program that prepped him for later service for the Mars Defense Force tour of duty. Then at age 17 in 1987 Randy was put into a block of soldiers who were sent to serve the Earth Defense Force. He was then contracted out from the EDF to work for the Mars Defense Force, which is the main defense contractor for the Mars Colony Corporation. He spent 20 years total, the last 2 and 3/4 years which were as a Captain on an airwing attached to the EDSS Nautilaus, under the command of Captain Montgomery Kirkland.

At the end of Randy’s tour of duty, he and others were rotated back to the moon for debrief (Luna Operations) for reverse aging, a process that took several weeks to prepare him to be inserted back into his original timeline, 1987. The debrief consisted of memory suppression of his training and duties and some tests to determine the effects of influence of ET consciousness from Mars on his person. Randy’s memories of his ”return before age regression” period included being shown off to some military brass, some gladiator style fighting, and many medical tests and procedures. This reverse aging process was also described by former supersoldier Michael Relfe, of whom I also interviewed many years ago"

http://evelorgen.com/wp/news/whistl...ells-about-secret-military-operations-on-mars

http://evelorgen.com/wp/articles/mi...chael-and-stephanie-relfe-of-the-mars-records

Al Bielek was another space cadet. http://www.bielek.com/ab_albielek.htm.

The Relfes were associates of this loon: http://www.bielek-debunked.com/Advocates2.html

Shit. I'll never visit another hospital again. I hate big lizards. http://educate-yourself.org/cn/reptilianslinkedtohospitals19aug04.shtml

So we're talkin' like REAL space cadets. Like Wesley Crusher and shit? Dayum. I'm impressed.
 
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Smurf

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OutToe83

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I was going to just post the following and assume that readers would recognize satire--but then I remembered that so many posters on here are dead serious about some of the whacked-out stuff they post, so I'm going to play it safe so you'll all realize I'm being satirical, not serious. Therefore, I'm using the satire font for my post.

[satire]Stephanie, do you happen to know if any of your Mars-visiting friends ever operated out of Cydonia? For years I've been fascinated by the Cydonian Landforms. Back in the 80's, I was really excited to read Richard Hoagland's book, "The Monuments of Mars," and was kind of let down when subsequent visits with higher-resolution cameras seemed to debunk the basis of his theories and conjectures. Likewise, when I pursued the question of why Mars is red, a purely geological explanation of Mars's red soil disappointed me. I had such high hopes of the red soil being strong evidence of abundant life on the planet in the past. Oh, well.

Still, I still have a couple of questions that have never been satisfactorily explained away. Nearly all the debunking has focused on the Face as a normal geological formation, a little attention was given the "D&M Pyramid" which turns out not to be a five-sided pyramid after all; but there are a couple of features that Hoagland pointed out that I can't find anybody commenting on: The "Corral" (which nobody claims is really a corral, but it makes a conveniently descriptive name) and the "Wall" that lies within the ejecta radius of the large meteor crater but doesn't have a "splash shadow." That last is a real mystery and I was wondering if your Mars visitors could possibly throw some light on the subject. Is that Wall an artifact to give a backdrop to the Face, or not?

Now, I know that your Martian friends might not be historians, or the Mars equivalents of anthropologists, but I thought that they must surely have picked up some stories while they were hanging around with Martians, especially if the Cydonian complex is the Martian equivalent of the Pyramids--better, actually, if Hoagland's estimate of half a million years is anywhere near its real age. I'd appreciate any information you might have about that.[/satire]

[sarcasm]EDIT: Shit, the satire font isn't working! What's wrong with this forum!?[/sarcasm]
 

Cat's Squirrel

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There are hundreds of cures for cancer, but you don't hear about them because the Medical Mafia makes an average of $300,000 a person.

They are listed at www.CancerTutor.com

Medicine that sells only drugs and operations is as much a cult as the Church of $cientology.

FFS. My Dad, like me, was British and we live (or in his case, lived) in a country with what you Americans would call a socialised health care system, so doctors don't make any more money by promoting expensive cures - certainly not $300,000 per person. If our health system knew of any cheaper cures for skin cancer they'd be using them.

You're selling false hope to people.

I've had two bouts with skin cancer (non-lethal) myself. One got infected twice and had to be treated with antibiotics before being surgically removed, the other required a skin graft. I'd have loved it if I could have rubbed on some clay and gotten rid of the two of them instead, and so would my doctors, the hospital which had to admit me as an in-patient, and the health trust which had to pay for my treatment (and also the taxpayers who had to fund it).
 
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JustSheila

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I'm sorry to hear you went through all that, Cat (and Smurf) but glad it worked out okay in the end.

The idea that skin cancer is caused by blocked pores and you do the same thing to cure it as you would to handle pimples and blackheads is ludicrous. Skin cancer? Get a clay facial! That will cure it, because we have MAGIC clay with rare, magical healing ingredients! :eyeroll:

Who you jiving with that cosmic debris, Stephanie?

[video=youtube;Dp6LT2MdaPI]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dp6LT2MdaPI[/video]

Cat is right - selling snake oil solutions to life threatening illnesses is pretty low. Those with cancer should never delay proper medical treatment
 
Dox? You're throwing that word 'cure' around like a snake oil salesperson lady. It's best to cite sources and science. Come on now, have some discipline.


I never use the word 'cure' except for that one instance because it came from COURT PROCEEDINGS.

Doctors own a copyright on that word.
 

lotus

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I am very sorry to interrupt mars and venus abduction and vampire suching blood while reptilians and hypnotising people....

but I have a low grade wog problem here,
may someone be kind and tell me why is that when you send an PM to someone, it is immediateloy forwarded back to you. Appear the persone didn't see it.

Is it because of a message box full or being on ignore list :blush:

Thank you!

Sorry Stephanie, you can resume to psychics attacks and aliens abductions!:)
 
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Smurf

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I read it in the story of pascalite, a book called "More Precious than Gold"

A book by Ray Pendergraft who markets & sells the clay. He talks about the case here on his website.

http://www.eytonsearth.org/pascalite-calcium-bentonite.php

http://www.amazon.com/More-Precious-than-Gold-Pendergraft/dp/0945685157

I have yet to find any references to the actual federal court case.


Name & Location of Business Helped: Pascalite, Inc.
Carolina Brewster, President
Jeanne Lockard, Vice-President
306 Lawson
Worland, WY 82401
307-347-3872
[email protected]
www.pascalite.com

Business/Economic Development Activity: In Wyoming’s Big Horn Mountains at 8,600 feet lies a secluded valley where Pascalite clay has been discovered. This unique clay has not been found anywhere else. The discovery of this clay was in the 1930s, when a trapper, Emile Pascal, set out his traps near an outcropping of a whitish, cheese-like substance unrecognized by Pascal. Quite by accident, his hands became coated in the substance. When he returned to his cabin and washed his hands, he noticed they were no longer chapped and cracked.

Pascal and his friend Ray Pendergraft of Worland, who had mining experience, became partners and began experimenting with this clay. Ray and his wife Peggie later named this clay—and the company—“Pascalite” in honor of his friend. They devoted the rest of their lives to hand mining Pascalite, using it, promoting it and developing clay products. Pascalite clay has many uses and is the primary ingredient in their hand-made ointment, poultice and bar soap

Assistance Received: Pascalite recently purchased the building housing their business with the assistance of Bruce Morse, the Regional Director of the Wyoming Small Business Development Center in Powell. Bruce helped the owners with their business plan and financial projections. Pascalite also sponsors the Worland Business Roundtable each month.

Jobs Affected: The family originally learned the Pascalite protocol through the guidance of Ray and Peggie Pendergraft. The younger generations have grown up immersed in the Pascalite business. Carolina Brewster (Ray and Peggie’s oldest daughter) is the current president of Pascalite, Inc. with third generation (granddaughter) Jeanne Lockard, serving as vice president and operational manager. Barbara Ruff, (Ray and Peggie’s youngest daughter) and Ray and Peggie’s fourth generation great-grandchildren also help out where needed.

http://www.wyomingeda.org/downloads_success_stories/WEDA_SuccessStories_2012_final_website3.7MB.pdf
 

SPsince83

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I am very sorry to interrupt mars and venus abduction and vampire suching blood while reptilians anr hypnotising people,

but may someone be kind and tell me why is that when you send an PM to someone, it is immediateloy forwarded back to you. Appear the persone didn't see it.

Is is a message box full or being on ignore list :blush:

Thank you!

Sorry Stephanie, you can resume to psychics attacks and aliens abductions!:)

Dev-T. Make it go right. I can't believe someone of your advanced Cheerioatee(tm) level is having trouble with such a small game.
 

MrNobody

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I am very sorry to interrupt mars and venus abduction and vampire suching blood while reptilians anr hypnotising people,

but may someone be kind and tell me why is that when you send an PM to someone, it is immediateloy forwarded back to you. Appear the persone didn't see it.

Is is a message box full or being on ignore list :blush:

Thank you!

Sorry Stephanie, you can resume to psychics attacks and aliens abductions!:)

Just in case this is a real question: In which of your folders does the "forwarded back to you" PM end up in? Your "Sent Messages" folder, which would be normal, or as a new one in your "Received Messages" folder, which I'd find irritating?
 

lotus

stubborn rebel sheep!
Dev-T. Make it go right. I can't believe someone of your advanced Cheerioatee(tm) level is having trouble with such a small game.

Okay , thanks

It's resolved. It's working fine now.

I don't know what happened but tought the person could have put me on ignore accidentaly! :blush:

Probably either a psychic attack on me, or the recepient was under hypnosis manipulation.

Thank to box of 1,000,000 angels and the Maitre St-Germain purple ray!:happydance:

Excuse me please, you know how I hate to disturb a thread :)
 
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Lol, I know much the folks here love to play with the trolls and moonbats but seriously... my BS tolerance meter has pegged several times lately. I'll leave it for now, though. I wouldn't want anyone to think I was a meanie poo-poo head. :biggrin:
 

Smurf

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Lol, I know much the folks here love to play with the trolls and moonbats but seriously... my BS tolerance meter has pegged several times lately. I'll leave it for now, though. I wouldn't want anyone to think I was a meanie poo-poo head. :biggrin:

... or a Reptilian. :)

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Cat's Squirrel

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Lol, I know much the folks here love to play with the trolls and moonbats but seriously... my BS tolerance meter has pegged several times lately. I'll leave it for now, though. I wouldn't want anyone to think I was a meanie poo-poo head. :biggrin:

I don't, and would rather that stuff wasn't here at all, but (confession time) I am something of a CTer in recovery (i've seen David Icke twice, before he started on with all the lizard stuff) so it's a bit personal for me. Others may feel differently.
 
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