WELCOME to the Solar Cross S, submitted by Kevin. Haha, these guys are obviously delusional and have no idea what they're talking about, and they just keep going on and on and beating a dead horse. I don't think anybody takes them seriously, and their page is just a laughingstock. I'd hate to be them!
This Web Site is dedicated to the Solar Cross, an organization of MAN. The files contained herein are the result of many years of telepathic communications with our space friends of the Universal Confederation. Here are the communications of Commander Soltec of the Galactic Survey, Commanding Lightship Phoenix; Commander Korton, head of the Ashtar Command Station K-O-R, the main communications center on planet Mars; Kadar Mon-Ka, of the Solar Tribunal & Commander of the Ashtar command 7th Space Fleet; Chief Grand Commander Lord Hatonn, keeper of Galactic Archives & Chief Grand Commander in the Ashtar Command Space Fleet; and many more 5d Commanders and Masters that are too numerous to list here. This is the story of MAN and why he has visited planet earth. We are in the process of uploading and upgrading the many communications that are in our archives.
It's amazing how wacked out and stupid people can be without even realizing it. If these guys would take a step back and look at themselves, they'd notice how idiotic they're acting. Oh well, there are just a few incurable morons out there who will never realize how ridiculous they appear to everybody else.
By the way, if anybody has Jason Hall's home address, please email it to me. I want to firebomb his home and piss all over his charred corpse.
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