Disclosure Poll

 

I thought it would be fun create a short poll regarding Disclosure.  Here it is, enjoy :).

 

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Disclosure Poll

 

 

 

 

 

Author: Will

I grew up reading about and researching the unknown. The world itself never made much sense to me, and I often thought society was backwards. As a result, my interests have always been atypical. Although formally educated in Biology and Computer Science, my passion relates to the Esoteric world.

7 Replies to “Disclosure Poll”

  1. Julieb says:

    for me personally, disclosure of extra terrestrials is not the main event.. disclosure of the big lie, the general manipulation and distortion of the “truth” in which we live is much more important.. of course et will need to be included in that package, but the fact revealed that we’ve been completely bamboozled by governments, academia, the science community, etc., et al., is the fundamental picture. The reason I think it’s going to take a while for a lot of people to adjust is that they are going to be disheartened to have the entire story crumble. I’ve seen that happen before, and Watergate was absolutely nothing compared to what’s coming down the pike.

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    1. Will says:

      Julie,

      You make wonderful points. Many of us (myself included) get so caught up in the ET component of disclosure, we often forget that is only a small part of the bigger whole. Bamboozled is a great way to put it, when I think of how much time we spend just in school, often paying to be misled (either deliberately or in ignorance) it makes me feel sick. World views will crumble for sure, and there will be a lot of anger with government when sh** really starts to hit the fan.

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  2. John kelleher says:

    I would like to see full disclosure over a six month period. Most people think E/T exists. The problem will be some of the other stuff

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    1. Will says:

      John,

      I agree, I would love full disclosure over a six month period. Get everything out in the open, that way the healing process can fully get underway. I feel a partial disclosure is just a way to keep our society the way it is for the most part, but we will have access to some “new toys”. I rather go through a more intense disclosure, if it means we will publicly be in the “Star Trek” era quickly, rather than in 100 years.

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  3. Terry Ferster says:

    I fully agree with the writer who said that the coverup and outward lies are far more serious, traumatic and dangerous than ET disclosure. The hiding of scientific breakthroughs from the world is evil and simply cloaked in greed manipulated by the oil industry, military industrial complex, hidden government and Intelligence agencies. Yes, there must be an orderly transition to protect our world economies but the hidden truths are evil and disrespectful of our human intelligence and sensitivities.

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    1. Will says:

      Terry,

      I agree 100%, learning about all the lies and suppression is going to me much more traumatic to deal with when the truth comes out. A few years ago, I made the mistake, of getting in a discussion with a co-worker about some of the stuff that is often discussed on Onstellar. It was a civil conversation, but it concluded with them saying, it would be better not to know all the stuff that has been hidden from us. Their logic was, if we didn’t know about it, then we wouldn’t be upset with what we did get to have. My jaw almost hit the floor… It was one of the times, I actually heard someone say they would rather be blissfully ignorant of what was going on, if knowing about it meant they would have to change their world view.

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