The most recent bout of predicting seemed to begin anew last Oct. - as some of you remember - Ms. Blossom Goodchild received insight from her contacts with the beyond to tell us that aliens would hover for days straight in Alabama skies to announce their arrival and presence on Earth. That was supposed to happen last Oct. 14th. Guess what happened? Nothing.
Earlier this year the date was touted as May 31st --`or else' -- or else the Exopolitics movement was going to do it. The `or else' was directed at the government. Guess what happened? Nothing. Indeed, most recently, those in the movement seem to have shown their frustration at the lack of progress by virtually BEGGING the government and President Obama to come clean about alien technology. I blogged about it in my last post.
So, if enlightenment, if that is what it is to be called - isn't coming from `above' as in Ms. Goodchild's case ----- and --- isn't coming from the `inside' -- as in the Exopolitics movement case -- perhaps a prediction from `the outside' will work. In this case, the outside is Web Bot, a search engine tool/software, that is used to make predictions. (Don't worry, I'll be providing links.) In this case, predictions about alien disclosure and even some personalities that will be involved.
But, let me back up. My first exposure to a Web Bot prediction concerning the Nov. 27th Obama Disclosure was with this link on Nov. 6th to the online version of The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal and an article by Micheal Duff The Lubbock Avalanche-Journalhttp://lubbockonline.com/stories/110609/col_513172671.shtml. In this article, he says that http://web.bot/ is used in an article analysing it's finding by a blog called http://ufo-blogger.com/ (are you still with me).
Now, without a question - Ufo-blogger.com has lots of Web Bot material and predictions -- but, for the life of me - I could NOT come up with anything that predicted this Nov. 27th date and am not sure where Mr. Duff at the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal did either. Perhaps it is embedded in one of the many videos on the site with the predictions of Web Bot. Indeed, the website even has a tab for Web Bot. BTW, the software reports of the creators of the Web Bot Project, Clif High and George Ure, sell the predictions/download for 10.00 on http://www.halfpasthuman.com/. Oh, by the way, expect the `predictions' to be full of doom and gloom that you will be reading.
Anyway, the Web Bot predictions didn't end there - as then I came across this today - http://www.examiner.com/x-2912-Seattle-Exopolitics-Examiner~y2009m11d9-Web-Bot--Andrew-Basiago-is-predicted-planetary-level-whistleblower-for-Mars-life-and-time-travel - (yes, this is the same Andrew Basiago that I covered Sept. 10th in my blog The Heavy Stuff http://theheavystuff.com/?p=116) -- and, what a story it is. Seems that the Web Bot has predicted that Mr. Basiago will rise to planetary status in the next few months due to his findings about Mars --- here's the `wo-wo' stuff about the Web Bot predictions http://exopolitics.blogs.com/files/mars---clif-high-identifies-andy-as-planetary-whistleblower-predicted-by-alta---9-18-09-1.pdf. (Seems I beat the Exopolitics blog to Basiago by a week or so.)
So, after all this - what is my take?
My take is that Black Friday (Nov. 27th) the media will be in the shopping malls NOT in the White House briefing room for Alien Disclosure. You can take that as a prediction. That said, is the Web Bot wrong to predict that Basiago will be taking a more visible role soon about the wo-wo ideas of life elsewhere - perhaps not. Media coverage could soon extend into the new documents that seems to show an alien crash at Roswell via FOIA releases. And, that could propel the MSM to look for more `edgy' guests like Basiago - and, as I said when I covered his stuff in THS blog -- this guy does have some very interesting photographs of the surface of Mars.
Finally, one interesting thing about all this chatter is what it does to this blogs `hits' - which have escalated with virtually no posting since most of this chatter began: see the chart on top of the page or here http://www.sitemeter.com/?a=stats&s=s44m4ever&r=35 -- is my website a predictor too?
Is a Midnight clock setting imminent? Or, will the Bot be wrong again (it predicted a 10,000 fold increase in UFO reports this last summer)?
Hey, don't laugh too hard.
If you want to see my daily high strangeness webpage - go to www.squidoo.com/AnomalyMan --- I bet you will enjoy it.
Here's the video that mentions Nov. 27th.