Who? Faye and Ab go over the week’s events on fakeologist.com
Listen live @ bit.ly/fakeradio2
Fascinating tale worth a listen about how the truth can cause a lot of pain. Applicable to understanding how spreading fakeology can be disturbing to others.
Fun listening to some of the best storytelling around.
Similar story here.
On a summer day in 1951, two baby girls were born in a hospital in small-town Wisconsin. The infants were accidentally switched, and went home with the wrong families. One of the mothers realized the mistake but chose to keep quiet. Until the day, more than 40 years later, when she decided to tell both daughters what happened. How the truth changed two families’ lives—and how it didn’t.
September Clues is a great video, but I would never call it a major motion picture. September Clues Tour Guide
The Simon bashing continues over at pieceofmindful.com with satellite hawk B. Muller – and for some reason Mark Tokarski seems to think Simon is following a flat earth as described my Miles Mathis.
Mark, I suggest you talk to Simon directly. He publishes all his contact info. He is a real person, as confirmed by a real person that I’ve met, Hoi Polloi. Both are brilliant thinkers.
Do I have an opinion on Tychos? Not really. It’s beyond my interest and scope, and does nothing to change my opinion on the raise d’etre of this blog, 9/11 and its exposure by cluesforum as the biggest military media hoax of our time.
B. Müller gave me permission to reprint his comment from a post down below regarding Simon Shack and his new book, The TYCHOS, The True Model of Our Solar System. I am curious the discussion this book will draw, and am keeping my distance, that is, I do not trust Simon Shack, but have never been vocal about it. It is my view that he has drawn interest from some of the very best thinkers in our community, but that his high-profile and the fact that he was able to make a major motion picture make him at least
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