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Just because there is some garbage on FBI’s website, doesn’t make it true!

A comment re: aliens and UFOs, below, on my Youtube channel:

The operational comment: An FBI declassified report says that Nikola Tesla was an alien from Venus. It also talks about sightings of flying saucers in the US. These things are real, not conspiracy theories. In the past, I’ve read CIA documents talking about remote viewing and time travel as well. If you want, I’ll post their links for you to check out for yourself. This is true critical thinking, in my opinion – looking past the conventional narrative about aliens that we’ve been sold.

I took 20 minutes to review the FBI document cited above. OCRd version here in Word (I’ve only cleaned out a small part of it since the whole thing is a piece of trash not worth spending time on). I’ve made a couple of comments on the Word version.


Nothing more to say.

Sanjeev Sabhlok

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  1. RR

    Haha! What garbage. But these types of claims deftly combine the real with imaginary in attempt to make the imaginary believable. For example, see these two consequent paragraphs:

    [Paragraph 1 – mostly imaginary]
    Interplanetary Communication. Tesla died in 1943 and his engineers did not build the Tesla set until after his death. It was placed in operation in 1950 and since that time the Tesla engineers have been in close touch with space ships. The Space People have visited the Tesla engineers many times, and have told us that Tesla was a Venusian, brought to this planet as a baby, in 1856, and left with Mr. and Mrs. Tesla in a remote mountain province in what is now Yogoslavia.

    [Paragraph 2 – real info, placed next, to give credibility to the imaginary]
    A biography of Tesla was published in 1944. It can probably be obtained from your local library or bookstore. It is entitled Prodigal Genius: The Life of Nikola Tesla by John J. O`Neill, then science editor of the New York Herald. Mr. O’Neill has since died. This book gives no information about Tesla’s connection with the Space People, a fact which was not revealed until 1950. The bock also gives many wrong impressions of Tesla, because Mr. O’Neill’s occult knowledge was limited. However, it is well worth reading because it’ gives much technical information about electrical engineering which Mrs. Storm will be obliged to omit in her book because she has such an abundance of material to present.