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Re: Roswell-Alien Coverup


His book isn't an expose of this stuff he said he saw, it is a science fiction novel.

And if he's intimidated by the CIA, why is he drawing attention to himself? If he really saw these things and he's really worried that the CIA will be pissed as hell at him for talking about it, then why is he talking about it but not actually revealing anything? It makes no sense.

If I was going to risk getting spanked by the CIA for opening my mouth, I'd be telling every single thing I knew right now before they shut me up. It's be like a mob informant taking out an ad in the New York Times advertising the fact that he's going to rat them out, but not for a little while yet so they still have time to take a hit out on him.

No, the only logical conclusion I can draw is that this guy is only saying this stuff to get his name out there in advance of his novel being released.

Just my opinion. emoticon

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Yeah, I know the book is merely a novel, but it's said there's a lot of truth in fiction, right?

The world works in mysterious ways. Maybe his function (via his life chart) is to play it coy at this time just to get people to start wondering. emoticon

As far as hawking his book, again I say why not? It's part of the over-all plan (am looking at the forest for the trees here). Questions will be directed at him regarding his CIA background and hush-hush status, and this will morph into more questions and more answers.

Right now he's a small pebble that's been thrown into a brook, making some gentle waves.

And who's to say the author isn't watching his back because of what he's already revealed. I've heard some pretty nasty things about the CIA. emoticon

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Like they said on the X-Files, the truth is out there. Finding it is always the challenge and the search is frequently quite revealing. emoticon

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Forge, his publisher, obviously wanted to release it at this time.

The author doesn't seem like much of a writer, as the book got some lousy reviews (Amazon). Unless...unless they were written by his E N E M I E S! emoticon

Nah, I think the writing/publicity of the book is intended to be one of the many means to an (interesting) end.

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