Oh, that’s what my Dad built. — Will Uhouse aka Sheepy Sheephogan


“That is Pandora’s Box.”


K: First of all, you mentioned Will Uhouse.

D: The son of Bill Uhouse.

K: The son of Bill Uhouse.

D: Right, right.

K: He’s very well known. We didn’t realize that it was actually … that it was the son you were saying who had access to that technology.

D: Yes. Yes. Bill was the builder of the avionics and the testing equipment who back-engineered ARV testing equipment and avionics. I actually saw some of the equipment (and this is in the tape that Marcia and I did) … in a room.  I actually saw some of the equipment, some of the diagnostic equipment, in the B-bay, underneath the Galileo bay, that he actually built. And so when I started describing it, Will looked at me and said, “Oh, that’s what my Dad built.” So we had a very nice little connection there.

K: So are you saying …

D: But it’s Will who had experience around the Looking Glass equipment in the 70s. His son, Bill Uhouse’s son.

K: And Will Uhouse IS alive now?

D: Yes. Of course.

K: OK. Because that’s very interesting …

D: And his wife, Teri. They, in fact, from what I understand, they met during the course of conversations concerning our information coming to the public. Teri and Will met one another, fell in love, and were married. That makes me feel kind of personally really good.

K: [smiles and laughs] OK. Well, so it sounds like Will knows quite a bit about what makes the ARV run, then …

D: Uh huh.

K: If his father had something to do with the back-engineering.

D: Uh huh. Yes.

K: OK. So in 1947, when the Cube was discovered, it must have really screwed up the idea of the two timelines by bringing in the ability to … I mean, I don’t know what the two can and can’t do …

D: Well, first of all, the Cube actually was not discovered in 1947. There’s a mixture of the stories involved. The Cube was actually … The information about the Cube and its existence was known as of 1946. It was further discussed in 1947 after a certain crash in a Midwestern, lower, Southwestern state, New Mexico, and following which, during the first brokering for treaties by the Orions with Eisenhower, the Cube was handed to Eisenhower. It was in fact expected to go to the United Nations authorities and it was in fact spirited away by the United States military.

K: OK.

D: They didn’t hand it over.

K: But the way you’re talking about the Cube is that it sounds like it connects emotionally with the viewer, in a sense.

D: It does. And in fact it was handed … It was actually Orion technology.

K: OK.

D: And it was handed over by them in a spirit of goodwill but a mis-assessment as to our evolutionary state, our ability to handle the issue. And handle the equipment. They felt us more balanced than what we actually were.

K: OK. Well this opens almost Pandora’s Box in the sense of United States history.

D: That is Pandora’s Box.


K: Did you have exposure to that as well?

D: Yeah. It was something that we called the Cube or the Yellow Disc. Yeah.

K: OK. But that was not … Was that a Looking Glass?

D: That is a variant of the technology.

K: OK.

D: However, while the Looking Glass shows probabilities, or has shown probabilities, the Cube (below image) would react with the people present, so there was an alteration, if you will, over what you were seeing from it. It would actually spin out as a yellow disc out of the top of it … where the word “Yellow Book” originally came from.


Teri Hayes Uhouse says:

September 21, 2010 at 7:23 pm

My husband is Will Uhouse the only son of Bill Uhouse who ‘back engineered’ one of the first retrieved flying disks. Dan Burisch is the real deal in my book as well. His information has been corroborated with Bill Uhouse (RIP)and others.

Anyone insisting on a stupid piece of paper (his PHD)as a means in which to validate his story is simply ignorant. Anything in a computer OR on paper anywhere can be easily done away with. Just talk to him about microbiology and it is obvious that he knows what he’s talking about.

As to John Casey’s comment above, “Why would the government delete the educational records of people they then allowed to leak highly classified material?”

Bill Uhouse’s entire record has been REDACTED for personal privacy. That means it says a name and nothing else. No service date of entry or exit, no mention of the work he did… NOTHING. We have 5 pages of nothing. This is basically the same matter, Why would this effort be taken for a ‘complete and total liar’?

Bill Uhouse was, and still is, called a liar and misinformation specialist and he has received the same treatment as Dan is receiving, yet he is now deceased.

So even in death the ‘Boys’ keep the sheeple in check with their misleading and cryptic actions.

It’s a matter of trying to understand about Alice and that hurried white rabbit, and than there’s the ‘Looking Glass’ too…



03-18-2008, 04:36 PM

Hello, I am truthspupl here but my name is Teri Hayes and my husband is Will Uhouse.


In the latter part of 1972 they had a ‘recruitment’ for a project called “Project Looking Glass”. Will seems to feel as if they mistook him for his father since their First and Surnames are the same and their phone numbers in the phone book were one right under the other Will was in a group of gentlemen who were chosen as ‘possible’ staff for that project.

This group of men was escorted, via bus, to the EMAD (Engine Maintenance and Disassembly Building) facility at Jackass Flats. They were shown into the building that contained the project.

Within the EMAD facility there were numerous batteries of huge capacitors; there was a steel cylinder which was about 12 foot in diameter and about 60 feet long; there were liquid oxygen, nitrogen, and hydrogen containers; there was a huge power grid room; the entire area was a CLEAN ROOM and proper clean room attire was worn by EVERYBODY.

The cylinder had a set of double doors at one end in which technicians were coming and going. The other end of the cylinder was full of tubes which had wires going into them. Within the cylinder, in the portion with the doors, was a setup which consisted of a rail gun and a 12 inch thick solid pain of glass.

The middle of the cylinder had a ‘viewing window’ so that ‘Movie Quality’ very high speed cameras could see what was transpiring inside the cylinder.

These possible recruits were to watch a demonstration of a round being fired through the rail gun within the cylinder. This round would penetrate and go through the 12 inch solid block of glass and be filmed by the high speed cameras.

The technician setting up the shot informed the men that they usually ‘notified Las Vegas’ that they were going to ‘fire up’ since when the power was put to this thing the lights in Las Vegas would DIM momentarily.

Some of the technicians who spoke with the men also stated to work ‘inside’ or ‘close to’ the cylinder would often cause them to have ‘time displacement’ type reactions.

They’d be in or around the cylinder for a couple of hours and feel as if they’d only been there for 15 minutes.

The generator portion was fired up and the round was fired using the rail gun and went through the glass with the high speed cameras running.

That day the men all went home. A week to the day later they were all brought back to the facility to view the film.

First the film was run in ‘real time’ and all Will saw was a round going through the glass. When this was slowed down to a ‘frame to frame’ speed what they saw was astonishing!

The round went all the way through the 12 inch solid pain of glass and out the other side with NO IMMEDIATE EFFECT… that is to say that the glass did not respond (shatter) UNTIL the round was about 12 inches through and to the other side of it!

You see the round on the opposite side of the glass and only then do you see the glass shatter.

The men were then asked if they’d like to be a part of this project. Will did not participate any further as he was becoming a Police Officer at the time.

This must have been a FINE TUNING effort for what is now the LOOKING GLASS.

In September 1996, Area 51 investigator, Glenn Campbell, interviewed Bill Uhouse who he referred to as “Jarod 2.”

Working with Uhouse’s direction, Campbell drew the UFO simulator graphics above © 1996.

Posted by Sheepy at 5/08/2004 10:38:00 PM


“Bill Hamilton and I discussed Bill Uhouse’s and Dr. Dan Burisch’s alleged experiences with one or more extraterrestrial biological entities referred to as J-Rods.”



To be in his physical presence, namely he said that what was odd was J-Rod’s way of communicating and that was, if Uhouse had a question on his mind, J-Rod would answer the question in his (Uhouse’s) mind, using his own voice.


Yes. As far as Uhouse’s own thought voice, I don’t know it was audible or inaudible.

Essentially. In fact, not just from Uhouse, but from multiple sources, they paint a picture that we have established some kind of exchange, scientific exchange program, with these Ebens.
This program has been going on since, I think it was established sometime around the mid-1960s and has been going on since that time with the arrival of a being they designated as EBE 2.
Then, after EBE 2, one of the beings that arrived was EBE 3 and it was supposedly EBE 3 that had two assistants that have different specialties or special knowledge and these were the J-Rods.
Sketch of J-Rod wearing a human man’s shirt.
Drawing by retired mechanical engineer, Bill Uhouse, based on entity’s
appearance at science meeting with physicist Edward Teller
and other scientists in the 1970s or early 1980s.
Dr. Dan Burisch talks with Mr. Will Uhouse engineer and physics specialist(son of famous Area-51 engineering scientist who worked with a J-Rod who consulted on scientific projects)talk candidly about what it was like to work in secret projects, and interact with extraterrestrials.


sheephogan | July 25, 2009 |

Kingman UFO 1953 Landing area



New evidence that supports the alleged Kingman, AZ UFO crash that occurred in 1953.


Regarding the passing of Bill Uhouse, Will’s father. 



If you’d like to see some of what I’ve previously posted on Bill Uhouse, please click: 


More on Will Uhouse and his wife, Teri 







If you encounter, don’t frighten easily.  You are telepathic, too.


84 Responses to “Oh, that’s what my Dad built. — Will Uhouse aka Sheepy Sheephogan”

  1. rosettasister Says:

    Husband and Wife

    Wife: It has something to do with these abductions.

    Husband: Keep it low!

    Wife: I am!



  2. rosettasister Says:

    God Bless you and Please, Bear it.



  3. rosettasister Says:

    rosettasister Says:

    June 12, 2010 at 9:53 pm

    The music of Rasa is a must have for any Yoga teacher and/or student.

    Rasa’s album, Devotion, is an enchanting musical exploration of Indian devotional music with beautiful lyrics from Kim Waters set to the instrumental music of cellos, sarangi (Indian violin), sitara (small sitar), and the Swedish keyed fiddle.

    The result is an amazing flow of sound that flows like pure water, giving you a sensual and rythmic pulse to perform Yoga to.

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    Only if you listen very closely can you tell that some of these songs are actually traditional chants.

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    rosettasister Says:

    June 12, 2010 at 10:08 pm

    Rasa Devotion Image


  4. rosettasister Says:

    Say What?!







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  6. rosettasister Says:

    ‘Little Ball of Cells’? Post-Abortive Women React to MTV’s ‘No Easy Decision’


    Dr. Alveda King, Director of African American Outreach for Priests for Life and a SNMAC spokeswoman, said she identified with the young woman in the program.

    “I ached for Markai,” stated Dr. King. “Before one of my abortions, Planned Parenthood told me that my baby was ‘just a clump of cells.’

    Decades later, this beautiful young mother was told the same lie.

    I pray that Markai and all women like her will seek true healing and restoration from a caring post-abortion program like Rachel’s Vineyard.”

    Raising awareness about the hurtful aftermath of abortion and the help that is available to cope with the pain are two of the Campaign’s goals.

  7. rosettasister Says:

    Alveda King: MLK Would Be a Modern-Day Social Conservative


  8. rosettasister Says:


    And we also testify that we have seen the engravings which are upon the plates; and they have been shewn unto us by the power of God, and not of man.


    Joseph says, “who is the right person?” The answer was, “you will know.”

    Then he looked in his glass and found it was Emma Hale …


    “members of the Smith family were alienated from Young’s followers”

    … throughout her lifetime Emma publicly denied knowledge of her husband’s involvement in the practice of polygamy and denied on her deathbed that the practice had ever occurred.

    Emma stated,

    “ No such thing as polygamy, or spiritual wifery, was taught, publicly or privately, before my husband’s death, that I have now, or ever had any knowledge of…He had no other wife but me; nor did he to my knowledge ever have.[11] ”

    Emma Smith claimed that the very first time she ever became aware of a polygamy revelation being attributed by Mormons to Joseph Smith was when she read about it in Orson Pratt’s booklet The Seer in 1853.[12]

    Her son, Joseph Smith III, became prophet/president of the Reorganization — which gathered many of the Latter Day Saints still scattered across the Midwest and elsewhere.

    Many of the Midwestern Latter Day Saints had broken with Brigham Young and/or James Strang because of earnest opposition to polygamy.

    Emma’s continuing public denial of the practice seemed to lend strength to their cause, and opposition to polygamy became a tenet of the RLDS church (now known as Community of Christ).

    Over the years many church historians attempted to prove that the practice had originated with Brigham Young.

  9. rosettasister Says:

    What position does Community of Christ take on Joseph Smith Jr.’s alleged involvement in polygamy?


    The issues of polygamy and whether Joseph Smith Jr. was connected with its inception at Nauvoo, Illinois, in the 1840s have been of considerable interest to Community of Christ members and others through the years.

    The early RLDS Church (1860–1960) consistently opposed the doctrine and fought against the assertion by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints [Mormon] that Joseph Smith Jr. advocated this practice as part of a divine plan.

    Joseph Smith III, son of the founding prophet and first prophet-president of the RLDS Church (1860–1914), spent much of his life trying to clear his father’s name from the stigma of polygamy and polygamous doctrine,

    even though there were leaders in the early RLDS Church who believed otherwise.

    While it is clear Joseph Smith III sincerely believed his father was innocent, he affirmed on more than one occasion that even if his father was guilty, he was wrong.

    Community of Christ takes into account the growing body of scholarly research and publications depicting the polygamous teachings and practices of the Nauvoo period of church history (1840–1846).

    The context of these developments included

    a time of religious and cultural experimentation in the United States and

    the emergence of a system of secret temple ordinances in Nauvoo that accented the primacy of family connections, in this life and the next.

    The practice of plural marriage emerged from that context and involved a small group of key leaders entering into polygamous marriage rituals and covenants.

    Research findings point to Joseph Smith Jr. as a significant source for plural marriage teaching and practice at Nauvoo.

    However, several of his associates later wrote that he repudiated the plural marriage system and began to try to stop its practice shortly before his death in June 1844.

  10. rosettasister Says:


    In addition, Community of Christ uses

    the Book of Mormon and

    the Doctrine and Covenants

    —not to replace the witness of the Bible or improve on it, but because they confirm its message that Jesus Christ is the Living Word of God.

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  12. rosettasister Says:

    “because of the things which he saw and heard he did quake and tremble exceedingly”


  13. rosettasister Says:

    « Reply #279 on Aug 21, 2010, 5:11pm »

    Right now:

    Dr. Dan is dictating the REAL INSIDE STORY of the crash of 1953,

    why was the J-Rod calling himself “Captive,”

    the importance and political consequences of the work of Bill Uhouse,

    the start of Project Looking Glass,

    the Fall of Air Force control over the project and the rise of the Navy,

    the dominance of the only 1 year old NSA and

    the fall of the CIA which had control since 1947,

    the consequences of the J-Rod being “found out” and

    what relationship does the crash of 1953 have to the meeting at Edward’s Air Force Base, only a year later in 1954, between the Orion’s and President Eisenhower?

  14. rosettasister Says:

    Eagles Disobey
    « Reply #1245 on Aug 15, 2009, 7:53am »

    It is with profound sadness in the temporary parting, yet supreme faith in the rejoining, that I confirm the passing of BILL UHOUSE.

    Bill passed from this life on May 29.

    While Bill was with us in this life, he was another man who worked closely with a J-Rod.

    His work in craft diagnostics, with the other J-Rod paved the way for Majestic’s understanding of the operations of the craft, and allowed for back engineering which has protected the United States of America (and other countries) to this day, and far beyond.

    He was a HERO, an honorable Military Officer and I can personally attest for the authenticity of his account with the other 1953 crash occupant.

    I can say all this without ever having the honor of personally meeting Bill.

    Bill’s passing was only announced to me, last night, by Will, his son, and Teri, Will’s wife; as we had not spoken for some months during the time of the great changes in Marcia’s and my life.

    Many of you know that Will, Teri, Marcia, and myself are good friends.

    We look forward to having a drink in the memory and certain rejoining one day with Will’s father!

    In the mean time, Eagles Disobey will design a Memorial to be placed on its front page, in honor of Bill, and Angel Eagles will be dedicating next week’s run all the way to Roswell, New Mexico, in his name!

    With that, I send this song to Bill, a song which means a lot to us from Majestic, we intend it as an expression of the great way we all feel about him!

    May God Bless and Keep you, Bill! Meet you soon!

    (and for Marcia, and the entire Eagles Team)

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    On Page 5


  20. rosettasister Says:

    Every so often, images I’ve uploaded just disappear.




  21. rosettasister Says:

    Playlist (made some deletions)


  22. rosettasister Says:

    15 and 16



  23. rosettasister Says:

    Song for Glenn Beck

    You’ve got to shake your fists at lightning now
    You’ve got to roar like forest fire
    You’ve got to spread your light like blazes
    All across the sky
    They’re going to aim the hoses on you
    Show ‘em you won’t expire
    Not till you burn up every passion
    Not even when you die
    Come on now
    You’ve got to try
    If you’re feeling contempt
    Well then you tell it
    If you’re tired of the silent night
    Jesus well then you yell it
    Condemned to wires and hammers
    Strike every chord that you feel
    That broken trees
    And elephant ivories conceal

  24. rosettasister Says:

    See also:


  25. rosettasister Says:


    State lawmakers declare war on ‘birthright citizenship’

    Legislators from 40 states team up to stop ‘anchor baby’ spike

    Posted: January 16, 2011


    The United States and Canada are the last remaining developed nations in the world that give automatic citizenship to babies born of illegal aliens and foreign nationals.

    In the last 20 years, birthright citizenship laws have been repealed in Ireland, France, Australia and New Zealand.

    Corsi explained,

    “Since hospitals issue birth certificates typically for every baby born in the hospital and

    because birth certificates are the key documentation needed to get other official documentation, including drivers licenses and passports,

    being born in the United States has been the back door for illegal immigrants to get their children rights as U.S. citizens.”

    Mark Krikorian, director of the Center for Immigration Studies, estimates that one out of every 10 births in the United States is to an illegal-alien mother.

  26. rosettasister Says:

    Combat units to be exempt from ‘Don’t ask’ repeal?

    Legislators want soldiers to decide for themselves on homosexuality in battle


  27. rosettasister Says:


    FreeRepublic purges have consequences



    I joined!

  28. rosettasister Says:

    Freeper Phobes — I still got my eye on you!


  29. rosettasister Says:

    Peter King Under Fire for Taking on Radical Islam in America

    Posted By Ryan Mauro On December 27, 2010



    Another FBI agent told Kessler about how a Muslim group asked that the agency’s director take a photo with them to combat anti-Muslim sentiment.

    The agent said he would try to get that done if the group provided information on extremists.

    The agent says the answer he received was,

    “That could never happen. We would lose our constituency. We could never admit to bringing someone to the FBI.”

    Of course, there have been honorable Muslim informants that have helped protect the country, but they do run the risk of being alienated if exposed.

    The informant who helped foil the plot to attack Fort Dix says that he now has “nothing.”

    “For Muslims, we are all brothers and I betrayed a brother,” he explains.

    The hostility toward him has caused him to stop attending mosque and former Muslim business partners have turned on him.

    “They say, ‘You made your choice. You helped the American government. Why would we help you?’” he said.

    Genuinely moderate Muslims want to protect the country by cooperating fully with the government against the extremists in their midst.

    Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser, the founder and President of the American-Islamic Forum for Democracy, told FrontPage that he supports King’s planned hearings and sees them as an opportunity for moderate Muslims.

    “These hearings may finally allow Americans to witness the diversity of American-Muslims and begin a conversation that highlights

    the differences between those Muslims and their organizations who are in denial versus those who are reformists and modernists,”

    Dr. Jasser told FrontPage.

    “The hearings have not even begun and groups like CAIR and MPAC [the Muslim Public Affairs Council] are hurling diversionary ad hominem attacks at its organizers,” he said.

    He added that the hearings may help stimulate discussion about promoting “a ‘modern Islam’ that separates mosque and state” as the “best antidote to the ever-increasing threat of Muslim radicalization.”

    The nature of the terrorist threat has changed, as Attorney General Holder said. The U.S. must adapt because the enemy already has.

    These hearings are necessary to protect the country and Rep. King should be praised, not defamed, for holding them.

  30. rosettasister Says:

    48% — 51%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

    Obama can’t seem to get above 50.

    IF that happens, it will be because of independents.

    They’re not sure yet if Obama moderation for real.

  31. rosettasister Says:

    Jan 15-16 55% — 40%


    40% Strongly Favor repeal

    Thirty percent (30%) Strongly Oppose repeal.

    (And the middle 30% just want Congress to fix HCR. Repeal what can be repealed, if anything. And put forth and pass replacement bills in the House.)

  32. rosettasister Says:

    President Obama Job Approval

    CNN/Opinion Research 1/14 – 1/16 1014 A 53 45 +8
    ABC News/Wash Post 1/13 – 1/16 1053 A 54 43 +11
    Gallup 1/14 – 1/16 1547 A 48 42 +6
    Rasmussen Reports 1/15 – 1/17 1500 LV 48 51 -3

    I, for one, am not buying this Obama’s numbers are up mantra.

  33. rosettasister Says:

    Hugh Hewitt: “Politico Has Become Anti-Conservative, Anti-Republican In Two Short Years”


    Radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt says Politico has been “pulled left”. Politico Editor-in-Chief John Harris joins the show to defend his publication.

  34. rosettasister Says:

    Weekly Standard executive editor Fred Barnes on the leftward slipping of Politico.com


    Darrell Issa?

    HH: Let me ask you while we have time as well. Have you had a chance to read Ryan Lizza’s piece on Darrell Issa in the new New Yorker?

    FB: I haven’t read it yet. I have a copy right here. I printed it out for myself. What about it?

    HH: It is very interesting how Darrell Issa’s staff is trying to set him up as a favorite of Beltway media, and eschewing the people on the right who are out in the hinterlands, and bloggers, et cetera.

    And I think to myself, if the Republican party falls for this, they will lose, Fred, if they fall for the lure of the Beltway approval.

    FB: Well, look, it is very powerful. We see it happen all the time.

    There’s this…years ago, the American Spectator started writing about strange new respect…

    HH: (laughing) I remember that.

    FB: Strange new respect is what you get when you’re a conservative who moves to the left when you’re in Washington.

    HH: Yeah.

    FB: And it happened, Alan Simpson was a good example, and you can think of an awful lot of them.

    Conservatives who move to the left, then all of a sudden the accolades in Washington come pouring in.

    HH: Yeah, when you grow in office.

    FB: Grow in office. That’s another way of putting it, yes.

    HH: Fred Barnes, always a pleasure, http://www.weeklystandard.com. Thank you, Fred.

  35. rosettasister Says:


    rollcall Sen. Kent Conrad will announce his retirement today. Some potential Dem candidates here: http://roll.cl/ej8qot
    12 minutes ago via TweetDeck
    Retweeted by JimPethokoukis and 1 other .

    How should US respond to protectionist, mercantilist China? Filing complaints with WTO? Is that it?
    about 1 hour ago via TweetDeck .

    RT @andyroth: RT @RasmussenPoll: Voters Now Trust GOP More On All 10 Key Issues… http://tinyurl.com/RR4843
    about 2 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    RT @politico: W.H. moves to stymie health care repeal. http://politi.co/dEr4z8
    about 2 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    We need to give Congress more say over negating expensive regulations
    about 2 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    So after health/financial reform, now O wants regulators to think about econ impact of new rules? http://on.wsj.com/fjtlib
    about 2 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    RT @MelissaTweets: “I’m not going to sit down, I’m not going to shut up. ” — @SarahPalinUSA
    about 13 hours ago via TweetDeck

  36. rosettasister Says:

    Monday, January 17, 2011

    Arizona Shooting Doesn’t Follow Media’s Script | Glenn Beck


    And I said, look, if you want to understand what’s going on, you got to look at progressives.

    And I took you back to Woodrow Wilson, remember how people were like, oh, stop with Woodrow Wilson.

    But it took a while before people went oh, my gosh. It takes a while before you get that “I get it” moment.

    What I started to explain last week is now coming together in some people’s heads and it is critical for you to understand.

    It’s as critical as the progressive movement itself was.

    Let me go back to what we — what we have here so far. People are cattle.

    Here, study show experts say 21 percent — or 25 percent — want to be just told how to live.

    We’ve shown you a few important concepts since the beginning of the year.

    We showed you the steps successfully used to topple governments like the Czech Republic in 1948.

    This was outlined by congressional report in the 1960s.

    Have a solution, have people in power up at the very top, create problems, overwhelm and collapse the system, get the people at the bottom to rise up and the top will come down with their solution.

    That is how they took over Czechoslovakia in ’48.

    Now, controlling man — this is last week. We showed you the father of propaganda — ad man, Edward Bernays.

    He was a progressive, but more importantly, he didn’t believe in democracy the way you believe in it, or I believe in it or the Founders did.

    Yes, the Founders didn’t believe people were cattle, but he did.

    His work on shaping and changing how the masses think was used by Joseph Goebbels in Germany. He literally studied Bernays’ books.

    He later regretted it, said it was a problem. And he could see how it could be used for evil.

    But he didn’t recognize his whole cattle theory and how it was evil because he was busy with bacon and eggs.

    Bacon and eggs, it wasn’t a breakfast staple until Bernays introduced it.

    But what you eat for breakfast isn’t the important thing. Bernays believed that people were stupid.

    They couldn’t be trusted with their vote.

    And he and his uncle, Sigmund Freud, believed that people just couldn’t be trusted because deep down inside, they’re violent animals.

    They all, I guess, according to Freud, want a relationship with their moms. I don’t get it.

    And it’s been greatly discredited, but his ideas have lived on with the left.

    I will expose him again. And tie all three of these together with the news of the day. Expose them and show how we’re being exploited yet again.

    You’re not part of the 25 percent. Open up your eyes. Learn. Question everything with boldness.

  37. rosettasister Says:

    The above comes around 17:00.

  38. rosettasister Says:


    Playlist (made some deletions)


  39. rosettasister Says:

    America needs more virtue, not more laws

    Published: 9:38 AM 01/11/2011

    By Paul Skousen


    For all of its arbitrary and repulsive tyranny, at least the British crown offered a power of police and enforcement of order and peace.

    In the wake of Saturday’s shootings, the loudest voices are calling for a return to the power of the Crown: government violation of private rights for the purposes of peace.

    And that would be the wrong approach.

    The best answer is much simpler.

    Public virtue is identified with the Ten Commandments and the principles of Natural Law called “right conduct.”

    The early Americans identified it with the Golden Rule: do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

    The whole foundation of self-government is moral responsibility grounded in these principles.

    These principles were eventually impressed upon enough of the colonists that public virtue grew strong and spread wide enough that a break with England seemed possible.

  40. rosettasister Says:

    Horne joins challenge to health care overhaul


    Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne says his office is joining Gov. Jan Brewer in a multistate challenge to the constitutionality of the federal health care overhaul law.

    The case is pending in U.S. District Court in Pensacola, Fla.

  41. rosettasister Says:

    Wilcox won’t be prosecuted in corruption case


    Arpaio’s office said investigators were obligated to explore the allegations against Wilcox, but the office did not address Wilcox’s claim that the probe was politically motivated.

    “Until and unless a prosecutorial agency requests us to further this investigation in some manner, our responsibility has concluded,” Arpaio’s office said in a written statement.

  42. rosettasister Says:

    Insurers Dismiss Administration Claims on Pre-Existing Conditions Barrier


    But Republicans say the bill in its entirety does not accurately address problems in expanding affordable coverage and the law as written puts costly burdens on employers which could lead to job losses at a tenuous time for the economy.

    They widely oppose the individual mandate requiring Americans to buy insurance as unconstitutional.

    Some Democrats have indicated a willingness to compromise and rework a few controversial provisions. That may be where the debate leads.

    Though the House may have the votes to pass the repeal bill, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., has vowed to block it in his chamber.

    House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., dared Reid to bring up the bill.

    “If Harry Reid is so confident it (would) die in the Senate, he should bring it up,” Cantor said Tuesday.

  43. rosettasister Says:

    Leading Republicans, including the party’s 2008 presidential nominee, Sen. John McCain (Ariz.), have been proponents of high-risk insurance pools.


  44. rosettasister Says:

    McCarthy speaks on shootings in Tuscon, AZ


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    Rousseff “starting over” in Brazil jets tender


    New Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has decided to delay awarding

    a multi-billion dollar Air Force jet contract

    and reevaluate the finalists’ bids,

    in a move that could signal a realignment of Brazil’s strategic and defence alliances,

    sources with knowledge of the decision told Reuters.


    A meeting in Brasilia last Monday indicated that Rousseff is at least shopping around.

    Rousseff asked visiting US Senator John McCain

    — the ranking member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, which has jurisdiction over aeronautical issues —

    and fellow Republican Senator John Barrasso

    if the US Congress would be able to provide an additional, formal guarantee of technology transfers in the Boeing bid.

    “It’s relevant that she was the one who raised the subject,” one of the sources said, also speaking on condition of anonymity.

    McCain told reporters following his meeting with Rousseff that “there is concern about technology transfer.”

    “I intend to go back (to Washington) and make sure that it is very clear

    — that both the president of the United States and the Congress of the United States make it clear —

    that there will be complete technology transfer if the government of Brazil decides to acquire the F-18,”

    McCain said at the time.

    Boeing and U.S. officials including Defence Secretary Robert Gates have already provided guarantees regarding technology transfers,

    but Rousseff may be seeking more generous terms — or additional promises

    that could help ease misgivings among senior members of Brazil’s armed forces and Defence Ministry, many of whom have favoured the French bid.

  48. rosettasister Says:

    Conrad will take final two years to focus on deficit reduction, agriculture bill


    As budget chairman, Conrad formed a strong partnership with former ranking member Judd Gregg (R-N.H.), who retired at the end of the 111th Congress, as they jointly pushed for a bipartisan panel to examine budget issues and make recommendations to Congress.

    (I should hope so! Considering Conrad is a big reason we’re in this fiscal mess!)

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  51. rosettasister Says:

    Aion is the fifth studio album by Dead Can Dance. The first album Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry wrote after the end of their romantic partnership, it was recorded at Perry’s new estate, Quivvy Church in Ireland.

    The male soprano David Navarro Sust contributes vocals to the first track.

    The album cover shows a detail from the Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch’s triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights (specifically, its central “Earth” panel).




  52. rosettasister Says:

    View the profile of Jim Robinson


  53. rosettasister Says:



    conservativeinny on January 17, 2011, 09:17:45 AM

    But the tyranny seems SO antithetical to conservative values. I can understanding purging lefty-loonies, but Rudy fans? Romney fans?

    Much too rigid, and intellectually dishonest.

    The smug inner click gets to call anybody outside their social value system a RINO with impunity, but argue that Rudy would be better than Obama and risk deportation.


    « Reply #13 on: January 17, 2011, 10:51:22 AM »

    THIS! 10,000 times this!

    Just for fun, next time the subject of hybrid drive technology comes up try going to FR and explain the coolness of the technology.

    In 3 seconds flat you will be accused of being gay, lefty, an Obama supporter and a mush-headed liberal before being flushed down the zot drain.

    I’ve got some bad news for those jackals.

    The trucking industry (where I work) if making a very fast transition to hybrid drive tractors and trucks.

    Because while not a panacea, they do provide improved fuel mileage and perhaps more importantly, it allows operators to skip the $10,000 up charge on 2011 and later diesels to meet emission requirements.

    I would LOVE to see some of Robinson’s storm troopers show up at one of my DC’s in the afternoon and advise some of those truckers that they are “gay lefties” for driving a hybrid.

    It’s a weird situation in that so many FR people are indeed very intelligent, but WOW are they narrow minded, ans increasingly extremely hostile.

    I wish them well and I hope this place ends up better.

    (I’m really enjoying this!)

  54. rosettasister Says:

    Rep Paul Ryan

    Paul Ryan: This bill is a fiscal house of cards

    CNN: Paul Ryan makes the case for repeal & replace

    Knowledge Is Power

    Paul Ryan and Bob Corker are unusual members of Congress. They know a lot.

    January 17, 2011



    Rep. Ryan Exposes the Naked Emperor of ObamaCare

    By Bob Ellis on January 19th, 2011



    He cuts through the bluster and bull that went along with ObamaCare discussions last year to present the facade of even remote fiscal responsibility associated with this legislation:

    – Half a trillion dollars in tax increases cannot be good for the economy…or the American people who have to fork over their money to pay for this mess
    – Claims that ObamaCare reduces the deficit are based on extreme manipulation of the facts, including putting costly parts of the bill into separate bills so that ObamaCare appears cheaper…by hundreds of billions of dollars
    – Premiums being double-counted
    – Social Security taxes being double-counted
    – $115 to hire new bureaucrats that wasn’t counted in the ObamaCare bill
    – $398 in Medicare cuts
    – The “Doctor Fix” was outside the ObamaCare bill
    When the true picture is added up, it creates a $701 billion deficit.

    Ryan also points out that a recent conversation he had with a major employer reveals what we knew ObamaCare would bring: employers dumping health insurance coverage to allow them to go onto the government rolls.

  55. rosettasister Says:

    As tired as I am of this controversy, if anyone has a right to post on it, Mr. Corsi does — considering Raila Odinga had him thrown in jail when Mr. Corsi was in Kenya.

    Hawaii governor can’t find Obama birth certificate

    Suggests controversy could hurt president’s re-election chances

    Posted: January 18, 2011

    By Jerome R. Corsi



    Abercrombie did not report to the newspaper that he or the Hawaii Department of Health had found Obama’s long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate. The governor only suggested his investigations to date had identified an unspecified listing or notation of Obama’s birth that someone had made in the state archives.

    “It was actually written, I am told, this is what our investigation is showing, it actually exists in the archives, written down,” Abercrombie said.

    For seemingly the first time, Abercrombie frankly acknowledged that presidential politics motivated his search for Obama birth records, implying that failure to resolve the questions that remain unanswered about the president’s birth and early life may damage his chance for re-election.

    “If there is a political agenda (regarding Obama’s birth certificate), then there is nothing I can do about that, nor can the president,” he said.

  56. rosettasister Says:

    Swiss banker who turned to WikiLeaks admits errors


    Zurich prosecutors allege that Elmer stole client data after being fired from his job at the Cayman Islands branch of Julius Baer, and then tried to extort money from the Swiss-based bank and its senior executives.

    Prosecutor Alexandra Bergmann also alleges that Elmer, 55, illegally gave details on the bank’s offshore clients to tax authorities, media and later WikiLeaks.

  57. rosettasister Says:

    Seems like a good place. I wish them success. And the anti — Freepers are funny!



  58. rosettasister Says:

    Unfair and undeserved, but Palin’s cross to bear.

    Arizona Shooting Bungle Sinks Sarah Palin’s 2012 Presidential Bid


  59. rosettasister Says:

    Not crazy about WND, but I do like Mr. Corsi a lot.

    Oh no! Here come the Mexican trucks again

    Obama quietly moves ahead without congressional approval

    Posted: January 18, 2011

    By Jerome R. Corsi


  60. rosettasister Says:

    Beware the Freeper Phobes who want to recriminalize sodomy.


    “Last, he works to sow discord in the US Military by working tirelessly to promote homosexuality within the ranks, giving commendation for sodomy and equating the “plight” of those enslaved to this perversion to that of the African slave who was afforded no autonomy over his or her destiny.”

    (We do live in a free republic and we do possess the gift of free will, but rhetoric like the above should be shunned.)

  61. rosettasister Says:

    From the desk of M. Zuhdi Jasser

    Park 51 Ground Zero Islamic Center tries to marginalize Imam Rauf and introduces new leading imam- Abdullah Adhami


  62. rosettasister Says:

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

    48% — 51%

    No change.

  63. rosettasister Says:

    Good idea!

    Sen. Pat Toomey: How To Freeze The Debt Ceiling Without Risking Default


    Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) on how irresponsible it is to raise the deficit. He is only willing to raise it if Congress agrees to reduce spending.

    Sen. Toomey writes in the Wall Street Journal today:

    I intend to introduce legislation that would require the Treasury to make interest payments on our debt its first priority in the event that the debt ceiling is not raised.

    This would not only ensure the continued confidence of investors at home and abroad, but would enable us to have an honest debate about the consequences of our eventual decision about the debt ceiling.


  64. rosettasister Says:

    Ryan Lizza of the New Yorker on his Darrell Issa story


    HH: Well, that is what I thought, though. You’ve got a bunch of Ohio guys in a nasty situation that Darrell’s been investigated a number of times.

    Let’s just leave it at that, because I want to get to the big thing.

    RL You got it.

    HH: Here’s my big argument with the piece. I want to know where he’s going.

    RL: Yeah.

    HH: I hope he’s going after Freddie and Fannie, and where the money went.

    I want to know where all the board members took their salaries, I want to know about the lawyers and the lobbyists, because a lot of people got very wealthy.

    And I want to know about the Big Pharma deal with the Obama administration on Team Obama’s watch. There’s a lot of big stuff.

    I don’t know where he’s going when I finish your piece. Where’s…

    RL: I…look, that’s a fair point, too. Actually, I may do some blogging about this, this week, because other people have asked that.

    And at the end of the day, he wasn’t very clear about it. And he didn’t want to tell me. And he’s been dribbling things out over the last week.

    But if he had opened up that process to me, believe me, it would have been in the piece. But he was very coy.

    He talks…I mean, the thing, quite frankly, in all the time we talked about what he was going to investigate, the thing that he was the most passionate in talking about was Climategate, which now his spokesman says no, they have no plans to investigate that.

    That’s not what Issa told me.

    I mean, Issa was really worked up about Climategate, and said that he had jurisdiction over a couple of, over whether federal funds were used to provide research for the climate group in East Anglia, and whether they committed fraud.

    He was really into it when I talked to him. His spokesman is saying that now, there’s no plans to look at that.

    He was really worked up about Freddie and Fannie, really worked up about Countrywide.

    HH: Yeah.

    RL: Not so worked up about the Sestak incident anymore.

    I didn’t hear him, we never talked about the Pharma deal, although I know last year, that was certainly something that he and the Republican…

    HH: Oh, I hope you blog on that, because that matters.

  65. rosettasister Says:

    Issa’s first hearing: TARP scrutiny


  66. rosettasister Says:

    Obama finally discovers that bad rules kill jobs


    At the very least, Obama’s executive order is another hint to corporate America that the president is eager to mend fences after a fractious 2010.

    And no doubt business groups will applaud, just as they did last month’s deal on tax rates and Obama’s reconstitution of much of President Bill Clinton’s economic team.

    Congressional Republicans are likely to approve as well, though some may grumble that the initiative should have preceded last year’s regulatory overhauls of Wall Street and the healthcare industry.

    Yet Obama’s timing actually matches up with the onslaught of rule-writing stemming from those reform bills.

  67. rosettasister Says:


    Esquire likes Romney’s hair — ” … one thing it does not make him look like: a politician.” http://tinyurl.com/4cpmv7r
    about 14 hours ago via web .

    In addition to O’s XO, need to cap total# of regs, let’s Congress nix pricey ones
    about 18 hours ago via Twitter for BlackBerry® .

    rollcall Sen. Kent Conrad will announce his retirement today. Some potential Dem candidates here: http://roll.cl/ej8qot
    about 20 hours ago via TweetDeck
    Retweeted by JimPethokoukis and 2 others .

    How should US respond to protectionist, mercantilist China? Filing complaints with WTO? Is that it?
    about 21 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    RT @andyroth: RT @RasmussenPoll: Voters Now Trust GOP More On All 10 Key Issues… http://tinyurl.com/RR4843
    about 21 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    RT @politico: W.H. moves to stymie health care repeal. http://politi.co/dEr4z8
    about 21 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    We need to give Congress more say over negating expensive regulations
    about 21 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    So after health/financial reform, now O wants regulators to think about econ impact of new rules? http://on.wsj.com/fjtlib
    about 22 hours ago via TweetDeck

    (Better late than never?)

  68. rosettasister Says:

    Tuesday, January 18, 2011

    America’s Banker: How Will China Treat Deadbeat Borrowers? | Glenn Beck


    China is our bank of Sicily and they are banking on double-digit growth.

    They must have it. I just showed you why. If they don’t have it, they will be facing a revolution.

    They have enough people to be completely self-sufficient, not today, but soon.

    They can sell refrigerators and TVs and cars and everything else to this population forever.

    They don’t necessarily need the rest of the world once they get going, but they do need the rest of the world’s resources to be able to have stability.

    China, some day, will want their payment, America. They will demand payment and they will receive their payment.

    And if we can’t pay, they will do what any other bank would do, emotionlessly take the collateral that they now own.

    That will be our oil reserves, our land, our resources, our rare minerals, our coal, whatever it is.

    But they will put themselves first because that’s what countries do — oh, except for us.

    And we’ll have about as much power to say anything to them as we do now when they send us poison dog food and lead-laced toys.

    They don’t care. And we don’t say anything.

    If you think we’re going to fight them off? Yes. Yes, did you hear about the new stealth fighter that they have? Oh, it’s sweet. Oh, there it is.

    It wasn’t supposed to be ready for five years.

    Do you know that the military takes over China next year?

    They have so many people over there they could drop people instead of bombs out of these planes and they would still win.

    We gave them our super computer back in 1990s. That’s a problem. No, no, it’s fine. It’s just China.

    Well, now, they have a super computer that is twice the speed as anything else anyone has on the planet.

    Our Pentagon computers are half the speed as China’s new super computer.

    So, please, can we stop looking at the petty problems?

  69. rosettasister Says:



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    GrooveShark Playlists

    There’s a few gems here, but hopelessly disorganized.


  71. rosettasister Says:

    Weird Music — One of my Favorites


    And the story:


  72. rosettasister Says:

    January 11, 2011 at 7:54 AM EDT

    Political Centrists Look to Seize Moment


    U.S. Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Tom Donohue

    “Over the next year, the Chamber’s number one priority will be to turn this economic recovery into a jobs recovery so we can start putting America back to work.”

  73. rosettasister Says:

    Cutting Government: Where to Start



    They support Defense Secretary Robert Gates’ modest proposal for saving $145 billion over the next five years.

    And they support Rep. Paul Ryan’s “Roadmap for America’s Future” as a viable plan to begin to rein in Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.

    The authors proudly announce that

    “We’ve identified almost $3 trillion in real spending costs over a decade, and have only scratched the surface.”

  74. rosettasister Says:

    Ryan points past vote to alternatives on health-care reform


    Q: Is there another way to alter health-care reform because repeal is highly unlikely?

    A: Ryan noted a federal judge already has ruled that the mandate that all Americans obtain health insurance is unconstitutional.

    The Supreme Court is likely to take up the question. Ryan said the high court could strike down the entire law.

    At that point,

    “I do believe we can have universal access to affordable health care, even for everybody with pre-existing conditions without having the government take it over. …

    “There’s a better way to do this. Many of us have proposed those alternatives.

    We approached the president over a year ago to work with us to put these alternatives in place.

    Unfortunately, he chose not to go that way and do a one-party rule.”

    Ryan said he will propose a market-driven approach in which providers compete, thus reducing costs.

    Q: Many on the other side will provide equally convincing arguments. How do we know whom to believe?

    A: “I look at the evidence of government-run systems, and they mean more price controls, less consumer choice, lower quality.

    That’s the inevitable outcome.”

    Ryan pointed to the costs of Lasik eye surgery, which is elective and therefore subject to market forces.

    The prices have dropped by more than 100 percent in 10 years while quality has increased, he said.

    “We basically have health care monopolies that are price-increasing and reducing choices, and consumers … really can’t shop around based on price and quality because you don’t have that information.

    You’re often told who and where you have to go to because you’re forced in an HMO.

    And so I think the status-quo system, this third-party system, is one of the root causes of high health care costs. …

    And the answer is not to have the government take it over. …

    The answer is make people—patients, the consumer—more powerful in the marketplace

    so we can use the power of choice, of competition, of accountability, of transparency,

    to solve this problem in health care like it has solved so many other problems in other aspects of our economy.”

  75. rosettasister Says:

    Rep Paul Ryan

    “I do believe we can have universal access to affordable health care, even for everybody with pre-existing conditions without having the government take it over.”

    (America, please listen to this man!)

  76. rosettasister Says:

    Health Care Reform Repeal — the Numbers Game


    So what is the true cost of health care reform and would repealing it save money?

    Paul Ryan, the new chairman of the House Budget Committee, suggests that the answers are a lot and yes.

    Ryan points out that the same CBO report which proponents of health care reform are using to oppose repeal suggests that Obamacare would actually add $226 billion to the deficit over 10 years.

    The difference between the two conclusions is that the claim that health care reform reduces the deficit

    *** does not factor in $358 billion in additional government debt in the Medicare Hospital Fund envisioned under Obamacare ***

    The numbers get worse, according to Ryan.

  77. rosettasister Says:

    Dan Burisch

    Dr. Dan
    « Reply #495 on Jan 18, 2011, 4:33am »

    Two notes:


    Brian: thank you for your response and support. I deleted it for a reason. Call through to the Desk, please.


    To the esteemed E1…Stan made a comment, so I suppose you have every right under our agreement in this temporary

    (and with certain items allowed I will even admit I have found “at times awkwardly disclosing setting”)

    to comment as well.

    What an interesting trial time, no? But…we are committed to the test.

    So far SESQ’s data is simply reinforcing the contents of the draft document, soon to be finalized and carried as policy to the Consis.

    As you have posted, I suspect you are part of the conversation?

    As you would likely be part of the conversation, you would then know what the policy to which I refer will be. I will leave it at that point.

    The break will end in about another 15 minutes, so save a little bit of your anger for the fray. You’ll need it.

    Arguing access to places which would make Stanley Kubrick blush. I see.

    Perhaps you forget too easily, or is it just another pull that drives you?

    Take great care to whom you argue as I was there, and just because you have learned what I have said (and only some of that, publicly) that doesn’t mean you have learned all I saw and know.

    Enjoy your beliefs. In the mean time, before we resume, do you require hydrocortisone for your itch?


    « Reply #496 on Jan 18, 2011, 4:45am »

    They warned me about the SUPREME mistake of voting you in!
    That subject is stronger than heroin!


    Beats me!

  78. rosettasister Says:

    More from Helvetic

    Project Camelot interviews Michael Schratt, Part Two


  79. rosettasister Says:

    So, this is Helvetic’s website?


  80. rosettasister Says:

    jagbodhi | January 17, 2011

    This is the second part of the interview with Michael Schratt. I apologize for the long delay in getting this out there. I brought on board a new editor to help give this a more professional look, Ben Northenor. I think you will notice the difference!

    This interview is a great overview of the UFO… above top secret black aircraft being developed by our secret government for use in a variety of scenarios. Not the least of which is potentially Project Blue Beam. As an in depth researcher, a self-labeled aerospace historian and someone who has secret sources within the aerospace industry, Michael is a dynamite guy to have on ones team.

    Kerry Lynn Cassidy
    January 18, 2010
    Project Camelot Productions

  81. rosettasister Says:

    blessedistruth Says:

    January 13, 2011 at 11:51 pm



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    provide specifics regarding Dan Burisch’s alleged interaction with an extraterrestrial known as “J-Rod.” This historically significant
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  82. blessedistruth Says:

    New Thread:

    He was to encounter another child under extreme circumstances and my boy would only live on through him.


  83. Is 2012 Real ? Find out the truth! | galactic civilization | evolutionary change Says:

    […] There is an immense feeling that something is going to happen and soon, yet most of the change is in the invisible realm before manifesting in the visible universe. The 2012 Illuminati earth end prophecy are depicted as predictions from the seer Nostradamus, who predicted an earth end for the date of 2012. It is important to know that we are participating in the “grand experiment”, having previously agreed to be involved and present in these marvelous end times before incarnating. With the end of one civilization another begins, and in our particular case we are entering the Golden Age, or the seventh age. A lot has been published about prophecies regarding our future, most of the true information at the original time of its inception has been manipulated and changed, a small portion of it was never true to begin For more on this topic you can read: http://centergamepc.wordpress.com/2010/12/21/update-list-game-terbaru-cddvd-2010/ On the same subject: http://tarology.wordpress.com/2011/01/08/a-conversation-with-donnaleigh-de-larose/ Additionally on this topic you can read: http://stepspractice.wordpress.com/2011/01/07/a-new-message-from-god-and-the-messenger/ Also you can read this related blog page: https://rosettasister.wordpress.com/2011/01/16/oh-thats-what-my-dad-built-will-uhouse-aka-sheepy-shee… […]

  84. rosettasister Says:


    New Thread:

    He was to encounter another child under extreme circumstances and my boy would only live on through him.



    New Thread:

    Did the aliens double-cross the Air Force by letting Roy remember the milab?


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