Originally Posted by lee934
looking glass, stargates, mars base since the 60's, altered timelines, project destiny etc. Sigh, I just can't believe any of it.
Guess that's the thing. This stuff is so 'out there' that it will never be taken seriously by most. We'll all continue to believe the numerous underground bases are for the elite during war times or whatever. Most of us wont give it a second thought, because our governments have a history of telling us the truth, right?
It seems people are happy living in their pleasant ville bubble.
But the few who do find some credibility in these stories, and follow up, seem to be growing. How Project Camelot came to be is case in point. There is a lot there to watch and read. I watched some of John Lear's 08 interview, the man has folders full of documents that go back sixty years, pictures and diagrams. He connects the dots in a forthright manner. I think he really believes what he is saying. As well as the founders of Project Camelot.
Why would all these people be participating in this incredible hoax? Lear is broke. Lazar also. the Camelot folks are their own videographers, appear to be straight shooters, and the stories are all interwoven, one collaborates the other.
What is there to gain when you believe these 'out there' stories? Ridicule to be sure, and innuendo about your sanity, your intelligence and so forth.
These are powerful deterrents of fringe thinking in our society, why are some not deterred?