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Saucers And Soldiers? The Amazon Scenario Examined

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  • Tim Edwards
    Saucers And Soldiers? The Amazon Scenario Examined http://rense.com/general33/ss.htm The Amazon Rainforest has earned itself a place of importance in the
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 6, 2003
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      Saucers And Soldiers? The Amazon Scenario Examined
      http://rense.com/general33/ss.htm

      The Amazon Rainforest has earned itself a place of importance in the
      public's
      mind through highly successful efforts by media personalities at
      creating public
      awareness of the threats it faces--whether from rapacious poachers,
      insensitive
      industrial concerns, or peasant farmers setting fire to huge tracts of
      rainforest to
      plant meager crops.

      The Amazon -- aside from being the Earth's mightiest river-- is actually
      a giant
      culvert into which drain rivers from all over the northern "hump" of the
      South
      American landmass: thousands of miles of tributaries from Colombia,
      Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Brazil. For decades, this vital
      natural
      resource of has earned the distinction of being a place in which UFO and

      paranormal activity has ocurred. From the raid upon a Brazilian garrison
      in
      1957 to the seige of villages at the giant river's mouth in the early
      Eighties,
      events continue to take place that make the study of the phenomenon an
      even
      more fantastic challenge.

      Read more here: http://rense.com/general33/ss.htm


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