- In my opinion the Gulf Breeze encounter was real. Why?
ED Walters describes an experience he had IMO no one else could
possibly know about being possible unless it happened to them.
At the age of sixteen, a friend and I, driving a car, began an
adventure working our way across the United States.
ET began their tracking of us the same time.
The tale I could tell.
Even though many of us are quite prepared and acclimated to the
magical ways of the extraterrestrial, I doubt you'd believe me.
I do not know Phillip Coppens, but his report below shows a serious
denial of truth though he has done some good research. The Gulf
encounters were extensively reported by trained investigators, yet he
seems to have
accepted the rather feeble disinformation of the debunkers.
Fifty-five years as a truthseeker has led me to accept an extensive
alien presence interacting with those who are spiritually, and in
mentally, and emotionally ready for the alien presence. Our world
responsible for alien matters have a policy to put information on the
presence into the public domain so it is available to those seeking
it while not
forcing it on those who are not yet ready. Coppens is apparently not
truthseeker. US national policy is to avoid getting the public too
about the alien presence. Control of the major media and well managed
disinformation allows them to implement this policy.
Seek with Joy, Don Ware, Director, International UFO Congress,
- Dex, why don't you write a journal of your experiences? We publish them.
: [ufodiscussion] Gulf Breeze
> At the age of sixteen, a friend and I, driving a car, began anE-mail message checked by PC Tools Spyware Doctor (220.127.116.11)
> adventure working our way across the United States.
> ET began their tracking of us the same time.
> The tale I could tell.
> Even though many of us are quite prepared and acclimated to the
> magical ways of the extraterrestrial, I doubt you'd believe me.
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