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By Matthew Glass

It' s 2018: thirty-two American relief employees are massacred in Uganda through a 17 november. Six weeks later, inventory costs on Wall highway fall; are they being manipulated by way of the chinese language executive in retaliation for U.S. intervention in Uganda? because the president takes drastic motion, the disagreement shifts from Wall highway to the coast of East Africa, the place the U.S. and chinese language navies stand eye to eye.

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They become visible in these centers and then radiate outward, traveling sometimes 100-200 miles before disappearing again. **************************************************************** Among the great heaps of neglected and ignored UFO data, we find hundreds of "minipeople" accounts. These are very rarely published anywhere because they tend to be so unbelievable. Most of them are identical to the fairy and gnome stories of yesteryear. Witnesses to these events can experience conjunctivitis, akinesia (paralysis), amnesia, and the other effects often noted by witnesses to more conventional events.

They do not seem to age, and consistently appear to be from 27 to 35 human years old. **************************************************************** Confused? Well, now you can see why the natural diversity of the way things are are hard to sort out for the average researcher. The probability that this information is true or partially true remains fairly high, based on analysis of what we know about abductions and general contact between humans and EBEs that has been documented. **************************************************************** Real Esoterica -- Sirius and the MIB Let's regress for a moment back to the MIB.

There is pronounced dissension in the ranks -- even with the humanoids. o Because of their own internal vulnerability mind-wise to each other, there is a basic lack of trust between them. o They appear to be totally death-oriented, and because of this, absolutely death-fear oriented. This is a psychological advantage. o The prime, and weakest area discovered, probed and tested is exactly what they have used, thinking it their key strength -- that being the manipulation of and control of the mind.

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