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Saturday, April 9, 2016

Jeremy Thomas 7/12 às 19:06 -- Anthony Woods

And as Anthony Woods believed that anomalies are living beings after observing many of them, also Jeff Woolwine reached the same conclusion, quoting:
"In my personal sightings and fieldwork in this type of investigation and my personal beliefs on this topic, I believe that if we see five lights in the sky ?? its not some space craft that you see ..but five living beings that has always been among us...just as the oceanographers find new species of life within the ocean.. this is another species of life that the scientists hasn't found yet."

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Jeremy Thomas And that also was believed by Trevor J. Constable, read for example his book: The Cosmic pulse of Life, that belief was also based in direct observations. 

It is a constant: almost anybody doing direct observations of anomalies will reach the conclusion that we are dealing with living beings. Only the fanatism and closemindeness of the "nuts and bolts ET believers" have suppressed that truth. And these living beings could be earth based, nothing so far in the observations points unequivocally to "extraterrestrial" origen.
Jeremy Thomas Even Kenneth Arnold the coiner or father of the phrase "flying saucers" reached the same conclusion, quoting him in an interview on Nov 1962:

After some 14 years of extensive research, it is my conclusion that the so-called unidentified flying objects that have been seen in our atmosphere are not space ships from another planet at all, but are groups and masses of living organisms that are as much a part of our atmosphere and space as the life we find in the depths of the oceans.


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