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The Last Frontier

#atlantis #space #georgemagazine #deception

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The message today is of things that are out of this world. Please use your discerning eye as you watch what is about to unfold. Some of the video footage is concerning, but much of it makes sense considering the events of the last few years. Buckle your seat belts. It’s about to get bumpy.

GEORGE MAGAZINE / FLYING CARS / SPACE ODDITIES: So, the newspapers are signaling about two worlds and flying saucers… And apparently Atlantis had flying saucers. Why does the Internet run along the ocean floor?

In this Survival Guide to the Future, we learn George Magazine has Good News about living forever. Then Bill Gates talks to John Kennedy about Murdoch, Money, & World Domination. We learn about Indictment day for Hillary Clinton. Moving along, we see W.D. Clendenon’s illustration of his concept of a Mercury Vortex Discoid craft. This is his basic concept of the propulsion of at least one type of Vimana.

This image by David H. Childress is the concept for the Vimana Aircraft of Ancient India & Atlantis. This is quite interesting. Check out all the blades and the double compartment for the crew members.

More from the February 1997 Survival Guide to The Future edition of George Magazine.

Based on today’s developments, the future of transportation looks a lot like the sci-fi world of Buck Rogers. In 1993 the government and the Big Three – Ford, Chrysler, and GM – formed the Partnership for a new Generation of vehicles to create an environmentally friendly family sedan that gets 80 miles to the gallon.

Prototypes are due out in 2004. In the world of locomotives, the Germans and the Japanese have been working on magnetic levitation – maglev, for short – which propels trains above a rail of magnetic energy at 300 miles per hour. But one mile of track may cost up to $20 Million, so the U.S. is settling for 18 new high-speed trains on the Boston-to-Washington route by 1999, with a top speed of 150 miles per hour.

Most vehicles of the future will be guided by the $19 Billion Global Positioning System, which is already fully operational. The satellite-based navigation system allows travelers to determine their three-dimensional position anytime, anywhere, in any weather. Hmmm... Mysterious Radio Signals: Since 2007, researchers have been receiving ultra-strong, ultrabright radio signals lasting only a few milliseconds. These enigmatic flashes have been called fast radio bursts, and they appear to be coming from billions of light-years away (they're not aliens, it’s never aliens).

Recently scientist managed to capture a repeating fast radio burst which flashed six times in a row, the second such signal ever seen and one that could help them unravel this mystery.

HEART THEMES ALL THE WAY: Both in 2020 and in 2021 as a repetitive theme. Mary Heart at Rushmore July 3rd, NASA " heart experiments" this week (coming to surface) and the day-to-day comms to love more. Sound basic.

Hearts of Space is a United States weekly syndicated public radio show featuring music of a contemplative nature drawn largely from the ambient, new-age and electronic genres, while also including classical, world, Celtic, Experimental, and other music selections. For many years, the show producer and presenter, Stephen Hill, has applied the term “space music” to the music broadcast on the show, irrespective of genre. It is the longest-running radio program of its type in the world. Each episode ends with Hill gently saying, “Safe journeys, space fans... wherever you are.”

Humanity’s entry into outer space provided ample subject matter for rock and roll and R&B songs from the mid-1950s through the early 1960s. It also inspired new sounds and sound effects to be used in the music itself. A prominent early example of space rock is the 1959 concept album “I Hear a New World” by British producer and songwriter Joe Meek. The album was inspired by the space race and concerned human’s first close encounter with alien life forms.

Meek then went on to have a UK and US No. 1 success in 1961 with “Telstar”, named after the newly launched communications satellite and thus intended to commemorate the new space age. Its main instrument was a clavioline, and electronic forerunner of synthesizers.

Pink Floyd’s early albums contain pioneering examples of space rock: “Lucifer Sam”, “Astronomy Domine”, “Pow R. Toc H.” and “Interstellar Overdrive” form their 1967 debut album “The Piper at the Gates of Dawn” are examples. Their second album “A Saucerful of Secrets” contained further examples: “Let There Be More Light” and “Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun” with explicit science fiction themes...

RED / BLACK / GREEN: Well, know you know the colors so you can beat to the sound of their drum. Ivanka looks like she runs a tight ship. As above, so below... Spartans in Darkness??? President Trump has always been a magnificent troller.


The Black Vault UFOs: The Central Intelligence Agency Collection - Investigate the Black Vault’s connection and this agency.

The Hubble constant: a mystery that keeps getting bigger. How the Universe stopped making sense. We’ve all been seeing it.

Operation Warp Speed is working extremely fast. Globally. Remember this isn't just the USA. You need to understand there are dozens and dozens of other countries experiencing the same corruption that we are in the USA.



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Universal Truth Project: Scrawny2Brawny: Why does NASA lie to us.

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