“I started off and went through engineering school. Half of my schooling was in that field and I built up a reputation for being a geological engineer, as well as a structural engineer with both military and aerospace applications. I have helped build two main bases in the United States that have some significance as far as what is called the New World Order. The first base is the one at Dulce, New Mexico.
I was involved in 1979 in a fire fight with alien humanoids and I was one of the survivors. I’m probably the only talking survivor you will ever hear. Two other survivors are under close guard. I am the only one left that knows the detailed files of the entire operation. Sixty-six secret service agents, FBI, Black Berets and the like, died in that fire fight. I was there…” ~Phil Schneider
Alien artifacts (precious metal plates with engraved symbols) discovered underneath crop circles…
“Never before in the history of man has there been such worldwide disunity. The world today is divided everywhere; churches are divided, esoteric schools of thought are divided, politicians, educationalists, medical practitioners, and even scientists, stand divided. This immense division has brought about a sense of gross separativeness, suspicion, fear and hatred, and as this takes root more and more deeply, man finds himself the victim of an ever-increasing sense of confusion and hopelessness. Abundance has given way to poverty, social well-being has been supplanted by violence, and security has been superseded by fear, as even family units are now being torn apart by the wave of segregation.
The reason for this worldwide disunity is simple, but nevertheless also profound in its implications. Man has, quite simply, reached adulthood. No longer content with having to accept at face value the rules which have dictated its childhood and adolescence, humanity in general has become anti-establishment. Impatient to be heard, and anxious to flex their psychic muscles, people of all ages and from all walks of life have begun a planetary revolution against the accepted authorities of society.” ~Theun Mares
“Life for average man is a rather vague and monotonous affair – an existence which is not completely devoid of amusement, but one in which he listlessly wanders from one type of activity to the next, only to find that the happiness he is seeking is constantly eluding him. The life of such a man becomes filled with a sense of emptiness and a dull longing to have that emptiness filled, but not knowing what it is he seeks, the man discovers instead a numbing sense of futility creeping into his heart. Then all too soon, he finds his life has slipped through his fingers, spent on the meaningless trivialities of human pettiness.” ~Theun Mares, “Return of the Warriors (Toltec Teachings)”
“When one looks at the lives lived by average men and women today, one is invariably struck by the oppressively boring and humdrum existence they are in a sense forced to lead. Average man is born, grows up, goes to school, perhaps even to college or university, finds himself a job, a wife, starts a family, saves for a car, a house and furniture, goes on his annual vacation, grows old and finally dies. One cannot help but wonder how a man manages to remain sane and even reasonably content under such severe conditions of boredom. Yet this is the lot of the majority of mankind today.
At some point in their lives, at least some of these people ask themselves the question: ‘Is this all there is to life?’ However, they seldom come up with an answer to their quandary. Sadly, unable to find a reasonable and practical solution, they feel forced to resign themselves to their lot, making the best of what they have…
We all start off life as average men and women, but this does not mean that we do not have the ability to mold our lives according to our choice. We may feel as if we are the victims of fate, and although it is true that no man can escape his destiny, we all have the capacity to rise above fate if we so choose. We are all given the opportunity at some point in our lives to decide for ourselves what we would like out of life.”
Rogelio Bernal Andreo
“Note: I don’t endorse every word in these books, just find their pros to outweigh their cons. My criteria for including them here is that they correlate with my writings and are potentially useful and beneficial to the discerning reader.”