Miles Mathis either writes a super tall tale or does some great research. I tend to believe the latter.
Here’s his latest very entertaining piece on the Elvis Intelligence Project.
I don’t expect this paper to be very popular. After all, most people like Elvis—at least early Elvis. To take some of the sting out of it, let me say I like Elvis, too. By outing him, I am not implying he wasn’t talented or fun to watch. He was. He was a good looking guy with a nice voice and a lot of charisma. That is why he was chosen. That and other reasons.
To get started, we will once again go down the Wikipedia page, looking for red flags. I will show you how to read those markers and how to link out to more important information. The first thing we find is that Elvis was a twin. We are told his twin died at birth, but not everything we are told is true. So we should put that on the shelf with a question mark by it. People often write to me asking me if the spooks are using cloning, and this question ties into that. My short answer is that they don’t need to, since nature already does it. Intelligence looks for twins, which are already clones of a sort. We saw it in my last paper on David Irving, who is also a twin. As I said there, the nice thing about twins is that they can be in two places at once. And if you lose one, you always have a spare.
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