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30 June 2010

The gift of fantasy has meant more to me than my talent for absorbing positive knowledge. –Albert Einstein
PAG e-NEWS: 30 June 2010
— questioning dogma, ideology, authority, reality, and whatever is left
   — peeking behind the curtain
   — thinking outside the program
   — looking below the surface       
   — lifting the veil
Published by Peter A. Gersten, Esq. (
Does a culture-based need for … fantastical tales necessarily mean that mythical creatures do not exist – and never will? Are all monsters merely metaphors for the challenges of life? What about aliens from out there? Are they also figments of our subconscious? Well if you believe like I do that out there is a cosmic illusion, then an ET craft couldn’t have crashed at Roswell. So where did the technological wonders that were found within that strange object come from? Possibly from the cracks in our perception of reality?
Why do we need to look for Bigfoot?
Across human societies, variations on mythical creature stories like that of Bigfoot have persisted for thousands of years, and accounts of seeing or hearing them still abound. There may be some basic culture-based need for these fantastical tales, said Todd Disotell, professor of anthropology at New York University.
Was Roswell A Plant?
Could the famous Roswell crash be a modern day Ancient Astronaut intervention?
The `Ontological Cracks’ Humans Experience
Which brings me to another ontological crack of phenomenology – the so-called – missing time experience; one of the memes of the whole `alien abduction’ experience.

11:11 Invitation

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