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Mar 13th, 2005, 1:48 PM
While looking around on ebay for any good information I came across some audio of William Coopers lectures here.. http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZuberdork04
Now I know he has that book "Behold a Pale Horse" but Im just curious as to wether he is bullshitting us or his stuff is actually true information. Anyone read the book or heard any of these lectures? Opinions are greatly appreciated, I've only got 4 hours before the auction is over, just wondering if its a waste of my money. Thanks!
Mar 13th, 2005, 3:30 PM
Ive read it, its pretty interesting but pretty hard to take seriously and I'm pretty skeptical myself. THE TEXT IS LIKE THIS SOMETIMES, to signifiy his urgency and seriousness I guess. It was written in 1990 or around there, and claims alot of the things he mentions will happen very soon, under the first Bush he seems to hate so much. The best thing in the book I think is his short biography at the beggining about a UFO sighting at sea. Also half the book is documents and newspaper clippings, but its very vague. If your into the NWO type of stuff it would be a good read for you since it covers everything from JFK to the Moon to the Silent War.
Mar 14th, 2005, 1:58 PM
Cooper shared some amazing information, and if i were you id get hold of whatever you can by the man. Most people on focus on the UFO issue and they are sadly missing the truth. His research into secret societies is an amazing piece of work (as explained in the mystery babylon series).
The UFO stull is written from the view point that it might be real, or it might not...it could have been put there to fool cooper and us, we dont know.
Cooper really was on the money with his research though, and anyone thats watched any of his lectures or head his radio shows knows exactly how important that man was.
Apr 26th, 2005, 10:30 PM
...which was why, IMO, he had to be silenced. Its a warning to anyone else who might want to pursue the same path.
Apr 27th, 2005, 5:09 PM
Well, moon landing was real, so he couldn't have been too credible if he preached about it being faked.
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