Havnt seen this yet, it's supposed to be good. They claim to have a genuine alien body.
There is an ulterior motive for all this when powerful families like the Rockefellers are involved. There has to be something in this for them. Why would you fund the disclosure project to benefit humanity, when all that is on the earth is controlled by your family and a few others?
Alien or not, this is extremely interesting-whatever it is it was walking around alive for several years.
I'll Just quote another poster that had suspicions about The Rockefellers involvement in the disclosure project, 2 years ago, and to be honest, I would question how legitimate Stephen Greer is...and most importantly, who is he working for?
Well, it wasn't taken very seriously in the nineties now was it?
My Dad would never be convinced by it, show him an EBE, ET then yes, or get the Leaders of the World to announce it then yes he would take it seriously then, nothing less than that will convince most of the old school/old timers as they cannot think outside of the box and they are brainwashed by religious beliefs and the mainstream media.
Only Greer, The Rockefellers and maybe some of his witnesses know who they are working for.
It is a bit of a mystery isn't it. Some people think that they work for the C.I.A.
There is no chance of us being the only civilisation in the Universe though.
Why not send a letter or an email to Laurence and ask him?
While I am generally open to the topic of this documentary I found it did more damage than harm to the subject matter.
The content shouldn't be damaged by how it is delivered but, for me, it was. The production values are so low that I wonder what the monies from the crowd funding went into, I do hope it was not to pay this production team. Scenes were disjointed and jumped around and I actually found myself becoming disinterested and disengaged. A common lighting and setting rig was not used for interviews. Background noise was evident on numerous occasions. It's sloppy, needlessly so.
The interviews were always going to be the winning contributions to this documentary and I found that it was only in the latter half that some good pieces of information came across but I must wonder why they could not have had done much more with this.
The outcomes from the work done in Stanford on the small humanoid was more curious than I had expected. Going into this I had anticipated we would get the flat-out result that it is 100% human with mutations. Not so evidently, until further research has been conducted, and I'm looking forward to seeing where this could go.
In conclusion I feel this could have been done more professionally with vastly more impact and would, as a result, be accessible to a wider audience.
I was looking forward to watching this doc but after reading some reviews it seems that alot of the material is rehashed stuff that most people into the world of strange would have seen countless times. As for the little ET chap, i thought they more or less agreed that it was a deformed human and that futher tests are required?. On the other hand i think this doc was aimed at people not into the subject of ufo/free energy and if thats the case they prob done a good job in attracting newcomers.
Completely agree on that point,
I flicked through the docu last night, slightly under the influence and I can remember thinking "this is sh!t."
David and Nelson are now sponsoring it.........
I wonder what for?