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Re: UFO Esoterica? - Goldstein

From: Josh Goldstein <lovolution.nul>
Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2007 07:56:05 -1000
Fwd Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2007 08:02:44 -0400
Subject: Re: UFO Esoterica? - Goldstein


>From: Jeff Olson <jlolson.nul>
>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2007 09:40:23 -0600
>Subject: Re: UFO Esoterica?

>>From: Martin Shough <parcellular.nul>
>>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>>Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2007 14:26:42 +0100
>>Subject: Re: UFO Esoterica?

>>>From: Ted Anderson <Ted.nul>
>>>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>>>Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2007 21:03:55 -0700
>>>Subject: UFO Portal

>>>http://www.we-are-not-alone.us/

>>>Something is happening - Extremely important - Something is
>>>happening - Do our Governments know about this?

>>Do they? Well I suggest Mr Anderson consults his own website,
>>where we are told that "NORAD/DOD" have been busily sending
>>"reconnaissance satellites" through his portal for some time in
>>order to observe the aliens' reactions. Apparently they have
>>been doing this ever since he personally asked them to. Perhaps
>>he has forgotten.

>>Late last night the unexpected sound of a large twin-rotor lured
>>me outside. I couldn't see it for nearby trees, but I happened
>>to notice the Big Dipper so took the opportunity to look at the
>>Universe Freeway Portal. It wasn't perfect seeing by any means,
>>but it's pitch black here with no lights for miles. I can report
>>that I didn't see any little red alien ships.

>Martin, you need to look at the Universe Freeway Portal with an
>*extremely* open mind (I find that several six packs of cheap
>beer and a generous pinch of peyote helps!).

>Last night, with my mind so opened, I watched through my
>binoculars - and not only saw red space ships, but the Pelaidean
>Galactic Choir perform several Bach cantatas and a rousing
>rendition of the Doors' "Break on Through" (it appears that Jim
>Morrison was one of 'theirs'!)

>And that was using only low-powered binoculars!!


Aloha Jeff,

Mahalo (thanks) for your information. Today I must go out and
buy a new telescope. The government is launching those
reconnaisance rockets here in Hawaii from their Barking Sands
rocket base in Kuwaui.

I must get a new telescope and find out how to contact them
because I am a music producer and I want to sign The Pleiadean
Galactic Choir to a recording conract. This would be the first
interplanetary music contract. II want to produce the recording
of their next album. I will probably have to share management
with their Pleadean manager. I'm sure we will be able to get a
huge recording contract with a major record company here on
Earth.

I want to also sign their top innovative artists. I plan to
start an intergalactic show that will be named Pleadean Idol.
The contestants can only be those who write their own music and
songs. I am looking for real artists and not singers who are
taught to make once warmed over covers (copies) of past pop
hits. We will have the first week's competition up there. The
next concert will take place here on Earth when the Pleadean
contestants arrive. It will alternate like that for a number of
weeks. Every week it will be watched by an audience both here
and there. Each series will end with a Pleadean winner chosen
from the votes of both Pleadeans and Earthlings. Every year we
will have a Grand Prix Meeting of the Masters. That will be when
all the winners from the past year have to compete against each
other.

I must contact the Pleadeans with a couple of deal offers and
they can give me promo packs of their artists. My projects will
only be able to begin when the Pleadeans will assure me that the
portal will never be blockaded again.

I hope they soon transport me up there.

Josh



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