TCA's REAL LIFE X-FILES, submitted by JJ. Some tinfoil hat wearing Chris Carter fanatic has uncovered the truth behind… well… everything and shares his knowledge with us via his high-quality Angelfire web page. He's even kind enough to offer the facts in three refreshing different varieties: light, medium, and hard!
The public has been lied about the space-operations since the beginning. There is water in the moon and a slight oxygen atmosphere. In Mars there is water and plenty of oxygen to breath. Originally there was an alien basement on the other side of the moon (seen by Apollo astronauts). Now there is also NWO's basement. In Mars there are already little underground cities where live selected people from the earth, and hybrids. They are built because NWO knows the system on this planet is coming to its end. (Not only because of the pollution, but you know: Axis Shift and Dimensional Interface will take place year 2012. The present 3rd dimensional magnetic field will collapse and turn into 4th dimension...) SEE "THE ENDTIME TIMETABLE".
Yeah yeah yeah, the world's going to end in 2012 blah blah blah… I don't care about any of that, I wanna know more about these alien basements! What do they use them for, protection against moon tornados? Do they store all their old action figures and furniture down there? Because that's what my basement back home was used for mostly. Do alien basements smell musty and damp and a little bit like kitty litter? If the power goes out on the moon, do they go stumbling down the stairs swearing and groping in the dark for the fuse box? Tell me more about these fascinating structures, TCA!
He also claims to know the real story behind the 9/11 disasters, and it has something to do with "The war and caos is needed to abduct great amount of bodies to the hybrid project." Oh, thanks, that clears everything right up! Caos! TRUST NO 1!
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