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xx Can 200 students & 5 teachers be wrong at Westall
« Thread started on: Sep 23rd, 2017, 10:23am »

James Fox who made "I know what I saw" and "Out of the blue" is making another documentary about the 1966 Westall High School in Melbourne, Australia.

For 20 minutes the UFO was very close to the students and teachers.

James Fox believes that this is the UFO proof that will change history.

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xx Re: Can 200 students & 5 teachers be wrong at West
« Reply #1 on: Oct 2nd, 2017, 01:23am »

on Sep 23rd, 2017, 10:23am, Nyx wrote:
James Fox who made "I know what I saw" and "Out of the blue" is making another documentary about the 1966 Westall High School in Melbourne, Australia.
For 20 minutes the UFO was very close to the students and teachers.
James Fox believes that this is the UFO proof that will change history.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Westall_UFO

This case is a classic - an excellent example of simple cleverness. The messages in this UFO appearance are obviously not directed to those who are solely concerned either with their ego (I saw what I saw; I ain't no stupid!) or with the number of folks who attend Sunday masses in the local UFO church.

The Westall case, like the Ruwa case, belongs to the category of collective sightings where pictures were not taken. This category has met the fate of the dinosaurs, because anyone packs a mobile device with a built-in camera these days. The ET's used real imagery at Westall High - the students really witnessed an alien activity. But so many consistently-looking photos would be too dangerous in the hands of the UFO clergy - no need to water the weed of the Dark Ages.

Note that the Westall sighting took place in the same year when the best-selling book The Interrupted Journey - the story about the Barney and Betty Hill alien abduction - hit the book stores. That abduction case was also responsible for (arguably) the first images of the ET's visitors.
https://i.pinimg.com/736x/a9/3a/52/a93a527623d21501d56c30f5048d58af--aliens-and-ufos-ancient-aliens.jpg

It became apparent that the nature wasn't kind to Zeta Reticulians, as they quickly evolved into the stable edition - the Grey aliens.

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The origin of the idea of the Grey is commonly associated with the Barney and Betty Hill abduction claim which took place in 1961, although skeptics see precursors in science fiction and earlier paranormal claims.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grey_alien

The time link (1966) between the sighting and the publishing of The Interrupted Journey was crucial, because the design of the UFO appearance at Westall High starts with the image of the Grey alien. The ET's used the image to make an initial rational point - an initial reason why the UFO showed up there. It goes like this: If you take the image of the Grey alien back in time - to the 17th century, for example - and ask who could the entity in the picture be, the answer would be the same: the devil. That's because the idea of an extraterrestrial entity wasn't born yet.

Now the ET's deploy a comparison:

The Grey is to The Interrupted Journey (book) as The Devil is to ? (book)

The most significant book available in the 17th century that mentioned the devil was the Bible. The devil is said to be the master of all tricksters and as such, it can take on different forms. Here is one of them:

This calls for wisdom. Let the person who has insight calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man. That number is 666.
Revelation 13:18


It is the notorious number 666, which the devil goes by in the world of pop culture. It is apparent that the devil can easily hide among other digits and go unrecognized. Here is an example:

196664

Unrecognized? I can see the critter sitting right there between 19 and 4. What a shabby disguise!

But that disguise actually worked very well:

196664 ---> 1966 6 4 ---> 1966, 6. April = the date of the Westall sighting.

I know of only one person interested in the UFO phenomenon capable of asking for a reason why the UFO showed up in that particular location and that person is the late J. Allen Hynek. What was it there that attracted the attention of the ET's? The place looked essentially the same as it had a month ago or so. But the date of the sighting in its compressed form 196664 suggests that the ET's saw the devil there: 196664. Obviously, they didn't see any "man the beast." in the school cafeteria. The devil (666) was a frame for the image of the Grey alien significantly associated with the Barney and Betty Hill abduction case described in The Interrupted Journey - a book that was published in 1966. It's apparent that the idea of the ET's reacting to the content of that book was foreign to the plethora of various UFO researchers at that time. (The UFO cardinals would scream in horror if they realized that the ET's can publicly review the content of various books that the cardinals have written. ("Bullshit! That didn't go like that.") LOL.

However, J. Allen Hynek was a tough cookie. The date of the sighting 196664 (compressed) featuring the number of the beast could be just a coincidence. He would also point out that there are other ten dates that the ET's could have used instead. Here are the first three alternatives:

196661 ---> 1966 6 1 ---> 1966, 6. January
196662 ---> 1966 6 2 ---> 1966, 6. February
196663 ---> 1966 6 3 ---> 1966, 6. March


Why would the ET's settle on 1966, 6. April?

Find a rational reason for such a selection and you reduce the chances that there is no relation between the date of the sighting and the devil (666) to 1 in 365. The question also functions as a filter. If someone wouldn't be able to answer it, he or she wouldn't be ready for the message. Secrets are secrets...

This and other logical puzzles are based on a conceptual solution to the various natural phenomena that learned men of this planet had to tackle in the past; they function as locked doors to the chamber where the secret message is located. Any person who can find the right keys to all the doors leading to the Chamber of Perpendicular Knowledge will also be able to understand the meaning of the message. Technically said, the keys are essentially various hypotheses that need to be tested. The hypothesis that passes the test is the key. The corridor between the doors is very poorly lit and so those curious folks must use a special flashlight: http://www.reconnections.net/Imagination-Banner.jpg
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xx Re: Can 200 students & 5 teachers be wrong at West
« Reply #2 on: Nov 9th, 2017, 6:01pm »

on Oct 2nd, 2017, 01:23am, travex wrote:
Why would the ET's settle on 1966, 6. April?


We do one more step in the brilliantly designed Westall UFO sighting, which, in its entirety, opens the door to the Betty and Barney Hills abduction mystery. You would have to read the previous post to understand the issue, though.

The question, once again, is why the ET's decided on the date 1966, 6. April?

Obviously, the main point of interest in the compressed form of the date 196664 is the string of three sixes, which is the well-known number 666, and which the folklore attributes to the devil, even though the part of the Bible where the number is available for perusal clearly says that the number is the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man.

Most historians agree that the author of the Book of Revelation encoded the name of Roman emperor Nero. Even though the folk interpretation was used to link the image of the devil with the image of the Grey, the rational interpretation of 666 takes now over.

Okay, the ET's marked Nero, but how does that affect the choice of the date of the UFO sighting?

J. Allen Hynek would surely suggest that Nero was born and died. Are both dates known? What if Nero was born or died on 6. April?

That's no nonsense idea how to move ahead, unfortunately Nero was born in December and died in June.

If you are in 1966, you hit very likely the dead end; but give it 666 weeks more and the ET's virtually tell you how they decided on 6. April with respect to Nero:

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2JL0xABlrQ

According to one very popular ancient conspiracy theory, Nero could care the least and played fiddle while Rome was burning before his eyes, thus adding another reason to be called 666 aka "the beast." Since, according to the Spielberg's film, the mean of communication between the ET occupants of the huge UFO and the earthlings was music - the ET's nailed Nero via music to the Great Fire of Rome. It follows that the time when the fire started is the one to look at.

The Great Fire of Rome was an urban fire in the year AD 64. It caused widespread devastation, before being brought under control after six days.
https://www.google.com/search?q=grat+fire+of+rome

The rest is easy: Take that year 64 and append it to year 1966:

1966 & 64 = 196664

Remember that the city fire spread from one location, so do some spreading too.

196664 ---> 1966 6 4 => 1966 6. April ( Westall UFO sighting)

J. Allen Hynek would immediately point out that in order to link the Rome fire with that Spielberg movie, the ET's would have to know the future - they would have to know the script of the movie ahead of time! And that's impossible.

It is impossible for mammals like us. Animals can't really tell the future in this particular detail, but folks who are not "the beasts," or are not animals, like the ET's, can see ahead very easily.

The second point J. Allen Hynek would make is another question: Betty and Barney Hill were Americans, but the Westall UFO sighting took place in Australia. That doesn't much speak for the suggested - that the ET's are not animals like us and therefore are much, much more intelligent than we are. If the UFO sighting in question is supposed to be tightly linked with Betty and Barney Hill abduction case, one would expect that it would take place in America, not in Australia. How do you reconcile this?

That's the point where the brilliantly simple arguments start to kick in. That's also a point to stop, because the OP doesn't suggest to take this route - it promises yet another unspecified disclosure, preferably shocking.
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