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Project Camelot | Jordan Maxwellhttp://projectcamelot.org/jordan_maxwell.htmlJordan Maxwell : The Takeover of Planet Earth Los Angeles, September 2009. In this Project Camelot video Jordan goes places in his testimony that he has not spoken about publicly before.
Jordan Maxwell is a preeminent researcher and independent scholar in the field of occult / religious philosophy. His work as author, lecturer and radio host was a primary inspiration for the blockbuster film “Zeitgeist.”
In this Project Camelot video Jordan goes places in his testimony that he has not spoken about publicly before in any venue. The reptilians are real, he states: to support this, he recounts a fascinating and extraordinary story told to him of one woman’s first-hand experience as a young girl on a US Air Force base. more…
Myth-OS | Project Camelot Interviewssmall>http://myth-os.com/project-camelot/Project Camelot is a leader in the area of whistleblower testimony by providing filmed interviews, shot guerilla style, on location, with key witnesses and researchers from all around the world.
Myth-OS | Occult Philosophy – Newshttp://myth-os.com/occult-philosophy/The word occult comes from the Latin word occultus (clandestine, hidden, secret), referring to knowledge of the hidden. In the medical sense it is used to refer to a structure or process that is hidden.
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