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When investigators found the body of Phillip Schneider, he had already been dead for 5-7 days and the official cause of death was suicide. However, after a while, disturbing details about his death began to surface, leading some people to believe that he had not killed himself, but had in fact been murdered. Did “the powers that be” silenced Phil forever, fearing he would reveal too many “skeletons” in the government closet? Who exactly was this man?
Phil Schneider was a US government geologist, engineer and possibly one of the most controversial figures in the field of ufology. He worked for the government in building military bases and was involved with the “Philadelphia Experiment” as well as nuclear medicine.
At first. he was quiet about his research and knowledge on the extraterrestrial. But, the death of his father in 1993 and the murder of his friend Ron Rummel finally pushed him to uncover some of the most controversial topics in history: Aliens.
Therefore, several years before he died, Philip Schneider had been on a lecture tour talking about six topics: the Alien agenda, the black budget, the Dulce Wars, Advanced aircraft, deep underground military bases (DUMBs) and the New World Order.
The Alien Agenda
According to the engineer, Aliens were supposed to take over the world in 2029 and the US government had known about this Alien Agenda since 1933. Schneider claimed that 16 UFO crashes occurred between 1947 and 1952. During this period, the US government managed to recover 117 alien bodies, out of which four were alive. The security of the extraterrestrial was handled by a special unit called “Blue Berets” within the military, as part of the “Project Pounce”.
Schneider believed there were seven benevolent alien species living on Earth and four evil species. He further suggested that the government had signed 4 treaties with the Aliens, starting in 1944, then 1954, 1962 and 1979. The treaty in 1954 was apparently signed between the government and species of Grey Aliens. Their goal was to protect the Earth from a likely alien invasion. Phil even stated he was present at a meeting between high-level officials from the UN and an alien.
The Black Budget
Phil Schneider claimed that for every year that goes by in the “white world” (the general public), forty-four years of research and development progresses in the so-called “black world”. If this is the case, the general public is truly living in a “dream-like world”, still using antiquated internal combustion engines as well as liquid rockets. The engineer maintained that the US government has more than $508 billion budget for military research in order to prepare for the incoming alien invasion.
The New World Order
According to the New World Order theory, power elite from all over the world will take over and enslave humanity. The idea behind the New World Order is One Government that will rule over everything. In a world like this, citizens from each part of the world would hand over their freedom if they would like to be protected against terrorist threats. Reportedly, there are 107.200 prison boxcars designed which can store more than 15 million people who refuse the cause.
The Dulce Wars
During August of 1979, Phil Schneider was commissioned to take part in a deep drilling operation at Dulce NM. After four shafts have sunk, Schneider and a number of other geologists were appointed to determine what the problem is. However, upon arriving at the bottom of the shaft, they made a truly shocking discovery.
He claimed that the cavern was infested with aliens, out of which he was able to kill two. Badly injured by radiation beam from one of the aliens, Phil was barely able to escape alive. Apparently, a total of 66 secret service agents and FBI members were killed and he was one of the three survivors of this event which came to be known as the “Dulce Wars”.
The remaining two theories complement the Alien Agenda theory.
After he died, neither medical examiners nor the police finished their investigation. Even though his ex-wife ordered an autopsy, the autopsy report contained so many inconsistencies that it seemed like it wasn’t the body of Schneider. The Medical Examiner made no mention of the metal plate in his head or the fact that his right lung had been removed.
In addition, his ex-wife claimed he would never commit suicide as he held strong religious convictions. Perhaps due to all his knowledge, desire to be public and intention to release a book with all the manuscripts and photos, he had to be removed. But, until further supporting evidence is revealed, we’re left with more questions than answers.
In any case, you have to agree that Phillip Schneider’s relentless effort for additional government accountability is something that everyone should take to heart.
Aug 2, 2017 8:44 PM
IN AQUARIUS (January 20–February 19): With Mercury retrograde in Aquarius, the sign that governs relationships, friendships are put at risk. Petty squabbles, misunderstandings, and miscommunications abound. Know who your friends are.
IN PISCES (February 20–March 20): Foggy thinking, daydreams, and escapism are the norm; day-to-day realities confound otherwise clear heads when Mercury, the planet that rules logic, is in Pisces, which governs illusion. Practice creative pursuits—writing, dancing, photography, film, or painting.
IN ARIES (March 21–April 20): Expect to be frustrated and frazzled. Assertive, impulsive Aries wants to move ahead, and all of the energy is going backward. Watch what you say and how you say it. Pay attention to what people say to you; you might be pleasantly surprised.
IN TAURUS (April 21–May 20): Take time to formulate your thoughts. Taurus, an unhurried sign, slows down the mental processes. He also governs banking, so delay money matters. Review financial matters, and position yourself for growth.
IN GEMINI (May 21–June 20): Because Gemini rules communications, be prepared for miscommunications when Mercury is in this sign. Expect lots of phone calls or none, and lost or misplaced mail. You may not articulate clearly, and gossip abounds. Old friends may reconnect.
IN CANCER (June 21–July 22): Expect annoyances at home with baking, gardening, and household duties under domesticated Cancer. Complete repair projects that weren’t finished or done correctly.
IN LEO (July 23–August 22): Avoid speculative investments. It is not a good time to buy and sell or do any trading. Instead, analyze your investment portfolio. Use your know-how and advisory skills to help friends and associates.
IN VIRGO (August 23–September 22): Challenging situations arise, especially in the workplace. Expect product delays and equipment breakdowns, as well as crankiness among coworkers under finicky, detail-oriented Virgo. Double-check your work before you call it finished.
IN LIBRA (September 23–October 22): Accept your physical attributes; do not have a makeover. Indecision reigns, so limit purchases—or risk returning them. Libra, representing beauty, grace, charm, and diplomacy, is out of balance. Refresh, relax, and rejuvenate.
IN SCORPIO (October 23–November 22): Emotions rule—not common sense—so beware. Avoid affairs of the heart. Passionate Scorpio is also secretive, and your secrets may seep out. Keep them in a diary.
IN SAGITTARIUS (November 23–December 21): It is not a time to travel, so reschedule or expect delays, lines, and lost directions. Instead, take care of local affairs. Patience and a sense of humor are needed.
IN CAPRICORN (December 22–January 19): Avoid buying, selling, or renting real estate un der Capricorn, the sign that governs property matters. Expect problems with paperwork, packing, and movers. Reunite with family or vacation at home.
A MAN WITH A MESSAGE
Mercury comes from the Latin word merx, or mercator, which means merchant. Mercury is the name given by the ancient Romans to the Greek mythological god Hermes.
Mercury is depicted as a male figure having winged sandals and a winged hat, indicating the ability to travel quickly. He was the official messenger of the ancient gods and goddesses and, as such, governed communications.
In 1782, Mercury became the first symbol of the United States’ fledgling postal service. Today, he is recognized as an icon of an international floral delivery service as well as the official symbol of the postal service of Greece.
In astrology, all of the planet’s attributes are rooted in ancient Greek and Roman mythology. In that context, Mercury is the god of travelers, literature, poetry, merchants, and thieves. He is cunning and clever and witty at a moment’s notice. But he is also recognized as a trickster and thief, prone to misbehavior.