The Hollywood Agenda

Aliens Among Us

Aliens Among Us


Return from Witch Mountain



Regardless of what you may have been told and regardless of what you may have come to believe at this point in your life, it ought to be apparent by now that all types of supernatural phenomena, including some forms of trans-dimensional extraterrestrial contact, are authentic. It also ought to be clear by this time that these extraterrestrials are in total control of every aspect of our daily lives in ways which we cannot fully comprehend, like an ant in an ant farm cannot comprehend how vastly superior the intelligence and the capabilities of the creator of the ant farm are to its own. If anything, the naïveté which the majority of people exhibit is suggestive of a mentally deficient robot-like unconsciousness akin to a colony of ants which do nothing more or less than what nature programmed them to do.


Starship TroopersStarship Troopers

We humans like to think we are nature’s finest achievement. I’m afraid it just isn’t true.


Of course, most of us have never seen an extraterrestrial that we know of (outside of the UFOs which millions of people have reported seeing), so most of what we have to rely on is hearsay. About the only thing which anyone outside the so-called military-industrial complex can say for sure is that those on the inside of it have been in contact with the extraterrestrials since at least the 1940s.


Tomorrow Never Dies

We have made contact.


Beyond this, we all know that the facts as the world’s governments present them are lies, that the mainstream media are tools of disinformation, and that Hollywood has for at least 3 decades been trying to impress some version of the truth upon us through Spielberg and his particular sense of sarcastic irony.



-You know what? I think that if there was some sort of alien …
-They, the government, would be the first to let you know.

Transformers: Revenge of the FallenTransformers: Revenge of the Fallen

Citizens of the human hive, your leaders have withheld the truth.

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You are not alone in this universe. We have lived among you, hidden.

Tron: Legacy

Our worlds are more connected than anyone knows.

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But no more. As you’ve seen,

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we can destroy your cities at will, unless you turn over this boy [Christ].

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If you resist us, we will destroy the world as you know it.


This is not some mere idle threat. The faction of extraterrestrials being depicted here in Transformers (2007) and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009) are not only said to be capable of destroying our planet, but actually responsible for creating it as well. We wouldn’t think of an evil race of ETs being responsible for our creation, and in fact it doesn’t really make sense that they would be because they would have nothing to gain from it, but this view is actually espoused by the majority of the Illuminati. Their paradigm comes from the ancient Gnostics like Marcion and Manes who believed that the God of the Old Testament was an evil entity which they referred to as the Demiurge, the Architect, or the King of Darkness (represented by the fallen primes in the second and third films). According to them, this Demiurge and his co-conspirators called the Archons of Darkness (represented by the Decepticons) are perpetually locked in a great cosmic duel with the King of Light (represented by Optimus Prime) who, rather than being the creator of the material world, is the source of spiritual life and enlightenment.

The Manichaean King of Light is the entity we generally call Lucifer, though the title of Satan is more commonly used (with less legitimacy). The dualism of this dichtomy ultimately comes from Zoroastrianism, but Manichaeism is a slightly different version of Zoroastrianism (itself a Persian/Aryan religion) which incorporates the Babylonian influences of Judaism via the Elkasaite sect. Like most other ancient religions and virtually all modern ones, Judaism has venerated Lucifer since at least the time of Solomon, the founder of the Jewish sect, and the Bible records a Luciferian apostasy within the nation of Israel since the time of the Exodus when Moses was receiving the Torah. However, it wasn’t until the Jews within the land of Israel were taken captive in the Assyrian and Babylonian exiles that the apostasy was formalized as the oral tradition which has since become the Babylonian Talmud, the holy book of Judaism. The Zoroastrian influences upon Christianity and the Bible are evident in the vicious feud between the Jews and the Old Testament prophets, but much more so in the New Testament period where Christ is depicted as denouncing and battling the Pharisees (which is an English transliteration of the New Testament word meaning ‘Persians’).

While it is more or less a doctrine for the Catholic and Masonic elites and adepts only, Judaism’s Manichaean legacy can be plainly seen in how Lucifer is treated in modern cinema. Lucifer is associated with Satan in the Christian pantheons, an idea which has been espoused and widely disseminated by Theosophists and other neo-Manichaeans since Albert Pike’s time. In the Alien (1979), Predator (1987), and Alien vs. Predator (2004) film franchises, the Predators are the ETs which popular ufology terms ‘Reptilians’ or ‘Draconians.’ Depending on how it is interpreted (i.e. from the Manichaean angle), these correspond to the Hebrew Elohim. Elohim is also a popular term espoused by Christian ufologists and several religious cults or otherwise scripturally-influenced mainstream groups because it is taken from Hebrew Bible. The term means ‘God’ or, more precisely, ‘the Gods,’ and is equivalent to the Chaldean Ellu meaning ‘shining ones’ which Jews used to describe the Anunnaki of ancient Sumer (which in Hebrew is Zofim, or ‘the Watchers’). Sumer is also the place where Draco hails from in Blade: Trinity (2004).

In the cases of Alien vs. Predator, Blade: Trinity and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, as well as in others, these Draconians are shown to be the architects and benefactors of human civilization (represented by their pyramids or ziggurats, which roughly correspond to temples, and which were used in the ancient world to initiate the “chosen ones”). In the ancient world they were worshiped as gods, and the evil ones among them (the Anunnaki) demanded sacrifice—sometimes human sacrifice, which is the case in each of the above-mentioned films. As our sometimes cruel masters, they are shown to be our greatest if not our only enemies as a species, and a threat which needs to be challenged and overcome if we are to become free—a theme repeated by Roland Emmerich in Stargate (1994), Independence Day (1996), and 10,000 BC (2008). This is obviously the result of the spin which the neo-Manichaean (to be read ‘Kabbalistic’) Jews in Hollywood have put on the historical basis for our cosmological understanding, from which no such inference can reasonably be drawn unless we overturn the dichotomies of both antithetical paradigms and blindly associate the “good” and “bad” factions together.

In any case, pyramids and ziggurats are shown in these films to be the temples where men interface with the gods, having been built by the gods themselves as their sanctuaries or simply their landing platforms. Sometimes they are also built by humans who are trying to replicate divine powers, but usually the humans are going to the ancient pyramids to resurrect the dead Lucifer, as they either are curious treasure hunters or else lack the technology needed to defeat their extraterrestrial enemies. In all cases, what Hollywood won’t produce is a film which suggests we are alone in the universe or that the ETs on Earth have not been meddling in the affairs of men.


Alien vs PredatorBlade: Trinity


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Awesome! I think aliens built that. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

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National Treasure

-How did a bunch of guys with hand tools build all this?
-Same way they built the pyramids and the Great Wall of China.
-Yeah, the aliens helped them.


The contention of these films is that the ETs/gods are real, that archaeological evidence proves it beyond a shadow of a doubt, and that any academics who are slothful in accepting the obvious are inhibiting the rest of us from deducing a more detailed understanding of what has always been by far the most important issue facing the religious and scientific communities and the world in general.



When is the academic community going to accept that the pharaohs of the 4th Dynasty did not build the Great Pyramid?

The Fourth KindThe Fourth Kind

You can go into any Sumerian exhibit and see what I am about to tell you:

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The Fourth Kind

drawings of rockets that look like Apollo launching into the sky, etchings of men in spacesuits … You can find
everything I’ve described in a museum right now.


You see? We’re not as alone as you think.


The reason for much of the confusion regarding the extraterrestrial presence on Earth is that some of the ETs look exactly like normal Homo sapiens sapiens from Earth. As we will see, we don’t even have a historical precedent for saying that they aren’t from Earth to begin with, though certainly that they are not from the same time as we are currently experiencing. As it is not self-evident that the so-called ETs are in fact extraterrestrial in nature, considering that the question of our own origins is still hotly debated, the burden of proof lies with those who intend to show that they are, and that they have the correct interpretation of the archaeological data.


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-I knew it, I knew it, I knew it! I knew we were not alone in this universe.
-Look, I’m not convinced he’s an alien.
-Oh, you’re not?


-Perfect 10, man. She’s fine. I’ll tell you, between you and me …


She’s an alien.
-Alien? What do you mean, like, an illegal?


No, she ain’t illegal, man. She’s whiter than you. No, she’s like … she’s an alien from another world, man.


For our present purposes, it doesn’t matter whether the aliens really are from another planet. What matters is that they are alien to us, that it is not our planet, and that we are guinea pigs in their grand design.


The Day the Earth Stood StillThe Day the Earth Stood Still

-Now, please tell me why you have come to our planet.
-Your planet?


Gods, angels … different cultures call us by different names.


The Oracle (representing the Gnostic Sophia) informs Neo (representing the Luminous Jesus, an emanation of Sophia) of the situation in The Matrix Reloaded (2003), complete with the overtly Manichaean motifs and dualism:


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-We’re all here to do what we’re all here to do. … The ones doing their job, doing what they were meant to do, are invisible.

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You’d never even know they were here. But the other ones … well, you hear about them all the time.

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-I’ve never heard of them.
-Of course you have. Every time you’ve heard someone say they saw a ghost or an angel …

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every story you’ve ever heard about vampires, werewolves or aliens, is the system assimilating some program

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that’s doing something they’re not supposed to be doing.
-Programs hacking programs …


Consultations like this are extremely common in popular fiction, and were frequently used by ancient Greek playwrights, and therefore by the playwrights of the Renaissance in England and Italy, etc. The consultation normally happens in what we call Hell, and a bargain is often made wherein the apprentice begins to work for the mentor.

The mentor in the esoteric New Zealand film Under the Mountain (2009) tells his pupils that the Draconians/Anunnaki are shape-shifters who take human form, just as 2 Corinthians 11:14 says that Satan disguises himself as an “angel of light.” Light is illumination or enlightenment in both the Christian and anti-Christian Manichaean paradigms, so it makes perfect sense that Lucifer would lay claim to Christ’s identity as the bringer of light. Christ even calls himself the bright Morning Star in Revelation 22:16, so it is never clear whether it is the Christ or the Antichrist being spoken of without a context. The context of this particular film is the story of God’s messengers from a blatantly anti-establishment point of view. The mentor therefore represents Christ, and he, like Christ, sacrifices himself so that they and the rest of the world may live, but before he dies, he passes his knowledge to the protagonists so that they can take on his powers and battle the enemies of mankind. Keep in mind that ‘world’ does not necessarily mean ‘planet,’ but implies other dimensions or “realms,” differentiated according to which sentient beings live there.


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Under the Mountain

I am the fire-raiser [light-bringer, i.e. Lucifer to Luciferians, Christ to Christians]. I am not of this world, just as they [the Archons to Luciferians, the Watchers to Christians] are not of this world. They can take human form, but human they are not.


Naturally, those ETs who are native to Earth must come from a different time in order to be classified as extraterrestrial. The fire-raiser is indeed human, but it is a type of human which would more accurately be described as superhuman. He is from a world which is sufficiently advanced in its technological capacities that he wields the power of a god—powers which we may call “miracles” if we follow the established precedent, but which would be seen by his own kind as technology or applied science.

The trend in filmmaking is to reflect this, for as Arthur C. Clarke is famous for having said, “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” In the movie Thor (2011), for example, which quotes the line from Clarke, the Norse deity Thor tells the Earthling he is enamored with that he comes from a world where science and magic are one and the same. We can imagine how difficult it would be for a human from hundreds of years into the future, where this notion holds true, to explain to a far more primitive intellect that he has come back in time (or from “Heaven,” or “outer space,” perhaps) to protect Earth’s timeline from destructive changes. Far from being understood and taken seriously, he would be ridiculed, hated, or even crucified.


Star Trek IV: The Voyage HomeStar Trek IV: The Voyage Home

-Who are you?
-Who do you think I am?
-Don’t tell me. You’re from outer space.

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-No, I’m from Iowa. I only work in outer space.
-I knew outer space was gonna come into this sooner or later.

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-The truth?
-I’m all ears.
-I’ve come back in time.


-What are you here to prevent?
-Changes in the past.


The reason why it’s so difficult to accept something as outlandish as ET visitations and time travel is obvious. The people doing it don’t flaunt it, and in fact hide the fact they are any different from us or even that they are there at all. So whoever is saying he’s from the future, or from another planet, is either a liar or a lunatic. Nevertheless, that doesn’t mean that no one has ever been visited. The term for the ETs with an evil agenda used in The Chronicles of Riddick (2004) is ‘Necromongers,’ which means ‘Death Dealers,’ the name given to a tribe of vampires who hunt werewolves in the Underworld films.


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It’s a foregone conclusion none of these people have ever seen an extraterrestrial before.

The Chronicles of RiddickThe Chronicles of Riddick

There are very few of us who have met a Necromonger and lived to speak of it, so when I choose to speak of
it, you should choose to listen.

The Chronicles of RiddickThe Chronicles of Riddick

They are an army unlike any other, crusading across the stars toward a place called UnderVerse,

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their promised land, a constellation of dark new worlds.

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Necromongers, they’re called. And if they cannot convert you, they will kill you.

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The Chronicles of Riddick

Leading them, the Lord Marshal. He alone has made a pilgrimage to the gates of the UnderVerse and returned a different being.


The description given to these Necromongers is exactly equivalent to a description of the Borg in Star Trek: First Contact (1996), which concerns a group of humans from Earth traveling back in time to prevent changes to the timeline, just like Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986), pictured above.


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We are the Borg. Lower your shields and surrender your ships. We will add your biological distinctiveness to our own.

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Your culture will adapt to serve us. Resistance is futile.

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A group of cybernetic creatures from the future have traveled back through time to enslave the human race.


These synthetic beings, known as Greys, Grey aliens, and sometimes “examiners” (i.e. Watchers) by people really in the know, are linked to about half of the reports of alien abductions throughout the world. It is commonly believed that they act as a hive, and are responsible for the day-to-day operations of the ETs with the evil agenda, but that they themselves are not responsible for the agenda, which is to say that they are a subservient class or race. While people who don?t believe in the existence of extraterrestrials typically think that Greys were invented sometime around the famous Roswell incident (1947), it is well known that Aleister Crowley was channeling Greys (or that he had invented them, at least) as early as 1918. Crowley first exhibited this drawing of his contact, who he called Lam, in 1919:




The Greys are actually shown to be regular human beings from Earth’s future in The Last Mimzy (2007) when a change to the timeline is made, implying that if the calamity of the film is not avoided, the future of our race on Earth is to evolve into or somehow otherwise become the race of Greys:


The Last Mimzy



Steven Spielberg, author of most of what people generally believe about the Greys, began presenting them as a race of benevolent and curious little creatures who, despite having technology greatly surpassing ours (including time travel and space flight capability), are actually quite child-like in their appearance and demeanor. The images he has given us from his imagination in Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) and E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982) are obviously designed to endear us to them:


Close Encounters of the Third Kind

E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial



This is basically the opposite impression left upon abductees who describe them as emotionless and methodical. Spielberg has since revised his position on the Greys, turning them into emotionless, mature beings in A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001), and finally into a fractured collective or hive of a malevolent trans-dimensional divinity in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008):


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Hollywood filmmakers have inserted many references to Greys which are hidden in plain sight in order to desensitize the masses in time for the official disclosure of their existence.


Die Hard: With A VengeanceYou Don’t Mess With the Zohan

-My name is Gray, and I’ll be back.


For instance, the passcode that James Bond uses in Moonraker (1979) to find Hugo Drax (Draco, Satan) is the musical melody which the Greys use to make their first contact in Close Encounters of the Third Kind.



-I hope you know what you’re doing. I’ve played bridge [time travel] with this fellow [Draco].
-Frederick [‘distinguished/mighty friendship/accord’] Gray, what a surprise!


Of course, this is all a poorly conceived media ploy. The truth about the Greys is as dark and terrifying as Spielberg’s films are corny and vapid.


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Race to Witch Mountain

-Welcome to the nutjob convention.
-I understand your reaction. They certainly aren’t helping our cause.
-Our cause?
-Educating the public on the legitimate possibility of life on other planets.


Far from being on other planets, the Greys would be more accurately termed ‘hyper-dimensional’ or ‘inner-terrestrial’ beings. There is no conclusive evidence or definitive proof provided by ufologists to suggest that they come from anywhere but Earth—or rather, under the earth.


Never Say Never Again

The Flying Saucer is anchored in the bay below.

Monsters vs. AliensMonsters vs. Aliens

In 1950 it was decided that Jane and Joe Public could not handle the truth about monsters, and should focus
on more important things like paying taxes.

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So the government convinced the world monsters were stuff of myth and legend and then locked them in this facility.

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This place is an X file, wrapped in a cover-up and deep-fried in a paranoid conspiracy.

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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

-But then you must have some idea who’s behind it all.
-It’s been 50 years since the chamber was opened. He [Draco’s father Lucius, i.e. Lucifer] wouldn’t tell me who opened it, only that they were expelled.


The main thing to remember here is that the Greys are trying to manipulate our DNA by splicing it with Reptilian DNA. That is to say that they are genetically engineering a hybrid race.



-We are now seeing the beginnings of another stage of human evolution.
-Thank you, Miss Grey. It was quite educational.

Fantastic FourFantastic Four

We went up to space to find a way to understand DNA. Well, now it’s our DNA, our disease, our lives on the line.

Fantastic Four

Do you really think fate turned us into gods so we could refuse these gifts?


The voyage into space discussed here is called the Jupiter Mission in 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), a theme echoed the previous year in the James Bond 007 film You Only Live Twice (1967). In the sequel to 2001, a second Jupiter mission is launched to recover the lost craft and/or important mission data and to complete its original mission, a theme echoed in such films as Sunshine (2007), Pandorum (2009), and Lost in Space (1998), which also names both of the ships Jupiter. The original novel of 2001 and the short story which preceded it both located the Jupiter Mission to Saturn (the significance of which will become apparent later), but the setting was changed for various reasons, and instead of Saturn’s moon Iapetus, Jupiter’s moon Europa was made the subject of the extraterrestrial presence. At the very end of 2010: The Year We Make Contact (1984), the world is given the following message by a mysterious apparition of the Jupiter Mission’s only surviving pilot, now an Ascended Master:




The real-life significance of this lies mostly in the fact that the American, European, Japanese and Russian space agencies are currently planning to send a probe to Jupiter under the Europa Jupiter System Mission. This will effectively herald the beginning of the colonization of space by humans native to Earth. Arthur C. Clarke added several ideas to his original 2001 novel, The Sentinel, which he could not have otherwise known had he not been privy to the Illuminati’s plans for colonization. Implicit here is that the establishment believes that Europa is inhabited by some sort of life form. According to Clarke’s subsequent novels, the beings who are directing the evolution of mankind are also doing so everywhere else in the galaxy (or perhaps universe). Should humans from Earth interfere with Europa’s evolutionary process, they would be doing so against the express wishes of the beings in control of their own evolution.


You Only Live Twice

They’ll use the excuse to shoot down our next Jupiter.


The Jews in Hollywood are quick to point out that they have nothing to do with this, and that it is the governments of the world which are conspiring to colonize any worlds which do not belong to us or otherwise make war on humanity’s benefactors. They do literally think of themselves as gods and the rest of us as beasts of burden to be traded on the market, and they are indeed conspiring to kill off most of the world’s population. Moreover, they may be in control of what the masses see, what they hear, what they do and what they think, but they are not ultimately in control of the course of our collective destiny. In fact, they are not even in contact (not even superficially) with those who are.


Ocean’s TwelveOcean’s Twelve

I can’t predict the future. I pay professionals to do that, and even they get it wrong sometimes.

Ocean’s TwelveOcean’s Twelve

But I can say this: if, God forbid, anything does happen to you, we will not be involved.


So if some of the ETs are the benevolent benefactors of our race and protecting us against outside threats from other ET civilizations, then what can we say about those whose intentions for us are not benevolent? What interest might they have in us, or in the planet which we have been given stewardship of?


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-You’re here to take the water.
-It’s the rarest, most valuable commodity you can imagine.

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-We could’ve shared it!
-It was proposed, but our leader wants it all.

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The plan will take a generation [30 years from 1982, i.e. 2012], but he’ll have his way,

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and the earth will become a desert …
-… and humanity will die.

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-No, there won’t be any people left by then.

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-Who’s “them”?
-They’re not from here.

The Fourth KindThe Fourth Kind

I can’t describe it. I can’t see what’s in my own mind. I know it’s not an owl, but I …

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You’d have to have seen it, felt what it is.

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The Fourth Kind

-What is it?
-The worst … that you could ever imagine.


When they are unmasked, the nature of these enemies of mankind is always shown to be Reptilian, which is to say, Satanic.


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That’s the problem with aliens. You can’t trust them. Occasionally you meet a nice one, but usually they’re just lizards.


Like the case of the Greys, ufology has provided no incontrovertible evidence or conclusive proof that the Reptilians currently inhabiting or surrounding Earth are from any other planet.


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-Reptilian … amazing.
-No, not really. This could’ve happened here on Earth.


So we have the Greys, who are more or less a hive of an artificially concocted spiritless but intelligent working class. Next there are the Reptilians, which are best known and personified as the human-like sentient creatures directing the course of the extermination of our race. This brings us to the last of the factions that ufologists and New Agers recognize as a distinct classification of aliens: the Nordics, or Nordic aliens, so called on account of their Scandinavian-like appearance and demeanor. As we will see, it is they whose story illumines our own.


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-Some of us—a very few of us—don’t believe in our leader

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or his plans.
-What are his plans?
-I can’t say now. I gotta get you out.

Dude, Where’s My Car?

How do we find out which ones are the true keepers?

Dude, Where’s My Car?


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