Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Official disclosure of extraterrestrial life is imminent - How Jupiterean

It appears that everything has been leading up to this: Official disclosure of extraterrestrial life is imminent
According to the Honolulu Exopolitics Examiner, An official announcement by the Obama administration disclosing the reality of extraterrestrial life is imminent. For several months, senior administration officials have been quietly deliberating behind closed doors how much to disclose to the world about extraterrestrial life.
I would have to say that with UFO sightings being ubiquitous and stories of encounters of the 3rd. kind rampant, this is a distinct possibility except that we have all heard lots of cries of wolf among the sheep for the last 40 years.
Of course recently the UK's Telegraph ran a story based on Colin Andrews research.
The Silbury Hill Stargate?
Apparently the Wiltshire Police constabulary saw the figures standing in a field near Silbury Hill, and stopped his car to investigate' 'He said; 'They ran faster than any man I have ever seen. I'm no slouch but they were moving so a crop circle near Silbury Hill. The policeman was off-duty when he saw the figures standing in a field near Silbury Hill, and stopped his car to investigate.

You may remember that back on Oct. 9th news came out that Europa's Ocean Has Oxygen, May Support Life Jupiter's moon Europa is flowing with a buried liquid water ocean that contains much more oxygen than previously thought — enough to possibly support life. In fact at that time Jupiter was stationing and ready to move direct on October 12th. Even though the
story focused on the global ocean on Europa, ET disclosure seems like the real agenda.
In fact looking back on this same day Friday October 9th when Mars-S Node were conjunctand the moon bombing happened. NASA and space researcher, Richard Hoagland, has publicly come forward to reveal that the October 9, LCROSS ‘bombing’ mission of the moon, discovered an ancient base at the moon’s South Pole. Reviewing the scientific data achieved by NASA’s LCROSS mission, Hoagland concluded, also on the popular late night Coast to Coast AM radio show, that “LCROSS is part of a carefully constructed campaign to prepare the populace for imminent disclosure.

Yes htere is a possibility that we are all being primed for an official announcement of
disclosure that EBE's Extra Biological Entitities are already here.
How generous of the TPTP - How Jupiterean to tell us and create myths.
This Europa story focused on the global ocean on Jupiter's Moon which contains about twice the liquid water of all the Earth's oceans combined. Life is oxygen and in this case a hundred times more oxygen than previously estimated which triggers our subconscious to consider the possibility of life thriving outside blue-green jewel of a planet.

Jupiter is Prominent in both Discovery and Disclosure
Today's Moon in Sagittarius is sextile Jupiter as Mercury is separating from giant planet of expansion and adventure. Jupiter is appplying to the third conjunction with Neptune (Dec. 21st) which motivate people toward the exploration of new territories...

Knowledge of exoplanets is expanding. Just one day after Monday's massive find when astronomers announced the discovery of 32 new exoplanets, the basic ingredients for life have been found around a second extrasolar planet, scientists reported Tuesday. Exoplanetary scientists are learning more and more about the systems in which the planets are found.

Life Ingredients Found on Extrasolar Gas Giant | Wired Science

These discoveries are made during a time when Jupiter now direct in Aquarius is trine Mercury to expand our
knowledge of the universe. Moon entered Sagittarius on Tuesday and HD 209458b, a hot Jupiter that orbits very close to its sunlike star was determined to support life. It’s located 150 light years away in the Pegasus constellation. In December of last year, Jet Propulsion Laboratory astronomer Mark Swain and his team found a similar Jupiter-like planet, HD 189733b, with carbon dioxide in its atmosphere.

“Detecting organic compounds in two exoplanets now raises the possibility that it will become commonplace to find planets with molecules that may be tied to life,” Swain said in a press release.

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