Er, Um, What He meant to say was…

I’m just bursting at the seams with anticipation of more and better evidence that Mars may have actually supported life at sometime in its past.

Nasa scientists are “flabbergasted” at the current results from the probe which has found not only evidence of water (ice) but the soil contains the necessary ingredients to support plant growth.

“It is the type of soil you would probably have in your back yard, you know, alkaline. You might be able to grow asparagus in it really well. … It is very exciting for us.”

As I write this, the scholars and propogandists at the Vatican are busy as little bees trying to rewrite reinterpret the scriptures (in which God never mentions any other planets at all, let alone life on them) to cover their holy arses.

“Let’s see…we can say that a Bible day can really mean years and the Bible Earth can really mean the whole universe! Yeah, that’s it! that’s the ticket! That’s our story and we’re stickin’ to it.”

It is a time of almost orgasmic joy and glee because I may actually see the truth be told, once and for all, in my lifetime.

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7 Comments on “Er, Um, What He meant to say was…”

  1. Here’s my rant on this.
    TPTB have been desperately trying for a long time to keep the lid on what they know, and that is that the universe is teeming with life and the entire solar system is too, also littered with evidence of past civilizations that have come and gone in grand cycles.
    But they’ve also realized that they can’t keep the lid on this forever. Too many players now. It’s been a good scam- keeping the herd ignorant and selling their fairy tales to us as we occupy ourselves with their nonsense and never dream of how sweepingly awesome life really is, concurrent with how stunted we’ve been. So they’ve tried, for decades, to take control of disclosure and have given us tiny little baby steps toward recognizing we aren’t the excepional ones after all.
    The (intentionally ambiguous) Viking data, Martian meteorite fossils, Panspermia, unexplained photo releases, that Vatican scramble, now garden soil, all meant to set the stage for the big news, that they found microbes on Mars.
    The impact shouldn’t be disregarded. The overlords know it will be shattering news to the dumbed down herd because it fundamentally changes the equation, even though recognizing little bacteria is laughable when there are forests and yes, lakes on the planet. But that step is a huge biggie that the manipulators need to control closely to keep us in line, so they advance the idea with glacial velocity to minimize it’s impact on their jealouly guarded societal control.

  2. Buffalo Says:

    It is exciting stuff.

    In the old testament it mentions that man will make a nest among the stars. I didn’t know that until today.

  3. expatbrian Says:

    Buf, that sounds like a prediction that man will explore and colonize space which is all well and good. Seems that the reverse is true though.
    Nolo, you are indeed one of the great conspiracists of all time. And I say that with absolute respect because I think, more times than not, you’re right on the money.

  4. That’s high praise indeed coming from an eloquent and thouightful and necessary internet voice that I respect.
    It’s just so self evident to me, after seeing with my own eyes the pictures of towers and monoliths, walls and ruins and structures above and below ground, most taken before photoshop existed. Those along with Martian geysers, lakes, tangled vegetation forests and other oddities absolutely convince me we’re being lied to on a truly massive basis.
    Just don’t let me get started on the moon!

  5. expatbrian Says:

    Hey Nolo! What’s up with all this moon shit? 🙂

  6. Mockingbird Says:

    God created the heavens and the earth. The heavens mean the universe and include the planets of course 🙂

  7. expatbrian Says:

    Funny how He neglected to mention the planets though, or be more specific about the “heavens”. It’s gonna be real funny when we find out for sure that He also forgot to mention that he had put life elsewhere in those heavens. He must have been having a bad day when he was inspiring those Bible writers. He forgot to even tell them the earth, this one he had created, was round, not flat. Now wouldn’t that have saved some time and energy!

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