Gonzaga Debate Institute 2011 Mercury Conspiracy Theory



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AT: Abductions Prove


Alien Abductions are explained by sleep paralysis and waking hallucinations

Shermer, Adjunct Professor at Claremont Graduate University, ‘05

(Michael Shermer, February, “Abducted!”, Scientific American;, Vol. 292 Issue 2, p34, EBSCOhost 6-23-11 BLG)



The most likely explanation for alien abductions is sleep paralysis and hypnopompic (on awakening) hallucinations. Temporary paralysis is often accompanied by visual and auditory hallucinations and sexual fantasies, all of which are interpreted within the context of pop culture's fascination with UFOs and aliens. McNally found that abductees "were much more prone to exhibit false recall and false recognition in the lab than were control subjects," and they scored significantly higher than normal on a questionnaire measuring "absorption," a trait related to fantasy proneness that also predicts false recall. My abduction experience was triggered by sleep deprivation and physical exhaustion. I had just ridden a bicycle 83 straight hours and 1,259 miles in the opening days of the 3,100-mile nonstop transcontinental Race Across America. I was sleepily weaving down the road when my support motor home flashed its high beams and pulled alongside, and my crew entreated me to take a sleep break. At that moment a distant memory of the 1960s television series The Invaders was inculcated into my waking dream. In the series, alien beings were taking over the earth by replicating actual people but, inexplicably, retained a stiff little finger. Suddenly the members of my support team were transmogrified into aliens. I stared intensely at their fingers and grilled them on both technical and personal matters.
Alien Abduction” victims are lying- either for money or psychological reasons

Holden and French University of London, UK ‘02

(Katharine J, Christopher C. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry 2002, 7 (3) 163-178 “Alien Abduction Experiences: Some Clues from Neuropsychology and Neuropsychiatry” EBSCOhost 6-23-11 BLG)



Uninformed sceptics often assert that alleged alien abductees are simply lying about their experiences. The assumed motivations are financial, in that claimants may make money from books and film rights. They are also psychosocial, in that the abductee may become a celebrated case, appear at conferences and on talk shows, and generally have opportunities that would otherwise not be available to them. However, as Appelle (1996) points out, in the vast majority of cases abductees do not go public and although some cases may indeed be deliberate hoaxes, most informed sceptics generally accept that the majority of claimants are sincere in their beliefs. If abductees are not deliberately deceiving other people, is it possible that they really were abducted by aliens? This seems highly unlikely, as the evidence presented in support of alien visitation is far weaker than uncritical and sensationalist media coverage typically implies. Even such celebrated cases as the alleged crash of a flying saucer and recovery of alien bodies near Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947 are in fact based on incredibly weak evidence (see, e.g., Klass, 1997; Korff, 1997). Assuming that abductees are not deliberately deceiving others about their experiences and also assuming that they are almost certainly wrong in thinking that they really have had a close encounter with an alien, the question arises of how one is to account for their claims. A review of the literature reveals that a number of different approaches to answering this question have been adopted. One approach involves focusing on the personalities of abductee claimants and exploring factors such as levels of fantasy proneness (e.g., Bartholomew, Basterfield, & Howard, 1991; Bartholomew & Howard, 1998; Newman & Baumeister, 1996; Ring & Rosing, 1990; Rodeghier, Goodpaster, & Blatter- bauer, 1991; Spanos, Cross, Dickson, & DuBreuil, 1993), boundary-deficit personality (e.g., Parnell & Sprinkle, 1990; Ring & Rosing, 1990), escape-from- self and masochistic fantasies (e.g., Newman & Baumeister, 1996), and the psychically sensitive personality (e.g., Johnson, 1994). Others have viewed alien abduction experiences as the product of biased investigators (e.g., Klass, 1988; 166 HOLDEN AND FRENCH Matheson, 1998). Finally, some researchers have considered the claims of alien abductees in terms of possible clues from the fields of neuropsychology and neuropsychiatry. The focus of this paper is on the latter.



Alien Threat is Coverup for NWO


The creation of the alien threat is a plot to usher in the New World Order

Cooper, First Class Petty Officer QM1, E-6 with a Top Secret, Q, SI, security clearance, 1997

(William, “Majesty Twelve” Hourofthetime.com, http://www.hourofthetime.com/majestyt.htm, accessed: 6/25/, SL)



The plan for the creation of a socialist world government is protected by an artificial extraterrestrial threat from space. The entire UFO phenomenon and the uFOOLogy movement has been created to further the protection and activation of the plan. Within MAJESTYTWELVE is Operation Majority justifying the plan by presenting an extraterrestrial threat as the reason for the necessity for world government ala "Who speaks for planet Earth... Argentina?" Exactly the manner in which Stanton T. Friedman ends his UFOs Are Real lectures. Operation Majority is named after the original Bolshevik party which sparked the Russian Revolution. Bolshevik means the majority. The plan claims that if the American people are ever told of this extraterrestrial presence aliens will destroy the United States. All who have access to the plan or who inadvertently discover the plan are silenced by that warning. They believe in the government and thus believe the extraterrestrial lie. These dupes do not know that the Illuminati are the aliens who plan to destroy the United States of America in any event.
German WWII tech is being used to fake extraterrestrial sightings to promote alien threat con to distract from the Illuminati’s real plan

Cooper, First Class Petty Officer QM1, E-6 with a Top Secret, Q, SI, security clearance, 1997

(William, “Majesty Twelve” Hourofthetime.com, http://www.hourofthetime.com/majestyt.htm, accessed: 6/25/, SL)



The plan is real. The extraterrestrial threat is artificial. The threat is presented through the use of secret technology originally developed by the Germans in their secret weapons programs during WW-II, by geniuses like Nikola Tesla, and many others. Military and government personnel who have access to this material believe it is real. None of them, however, has ever seen any evidence of the existence of any extraterrestrial creature nor any advanced technology other that that of human origin. It is not what they see that convinces them it is extraterrestrial in origin but the manner in which it is presented. It is extremely difficult, if not impossible, to believe that Top Secret government or military documentation could be lies. It is trust in government by men and women who have given their lives in its service that keeps this monumental lie a alive. All so-called leaks are intentional misinformation projects designed to promote the alien threat scenario while allowing for complete deniability on the part of government. The antics of Vicki (Cooper) Ecker (CIA), Donald Francis Ecker III (Dupe), William Moore, Jaime Shandera, Stanton T. Friedman, Bruce Maccabee (CIA, ONI), Barry Taff PhD.(Pneuropsychiatric Institute of UCLA worked with recently deceased Dr. Louis Jollyn "Jolly" West), Whitley Strieber, Bud Hopkins (CIA), John Lear (CIA), Linda Moulton Howe Order of the Eastern Star and American Federation of Human Rights (American co-masonry), Art Bell (Freemason), Glen Campbell, George Knapp (Freemason), Colonel Philip Corso (CIA, a monumental liar now Deceased), Richard Hoagland and his Face on Mars, the so-called alien autopsy film, NASA and the Apollo Moon Missions, the so-called Mars Meteorite which was fraudulently promoted as containing fossil evidence of life on Mars, the War Of The Worlds, and many other people and events are projects of this type. Some (very few) of these People are unwitting accomplices in the charade and truly believe in the extraterrestrial threat. Most of those named, and others not named, are active, and with full knowledge, agents of illuminism/socialism. The most well known are active Fellow Travelers, communist agents of the KGB, the Central Intelligence Agency, or one of the many psychological warfare agencies founded by the Rhodes Round Table Group (The Group), the Royal Institute of International Affairs, and the Council On Foreign Relations.





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