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Through the Looking Glass

 
Look
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12/14/2012 05:21 PM
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What were the Looking Glass devices? Was it just a very large database project turning out projections based on probability or have I missed something?
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12/14/2012 05:27 PM
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Awesome thread thanks OP :D
"Thou we are not now that strength which in old days moved earth and heaven that which we are, we are.
One equal temper of heroic hearts made weak by time and fate but strong in will to strive, to seek, to find and not to yield"
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12/15/2012 03:16 AM
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bump to read later.
If you woke up breathing, you have another chance!
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12/15/2012 06:51 AM
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Burisch is a near anagram of 'Rubbish'. Coincedental, of course, but still, it was one of my first thoughts when I read the early interview transcript at Camelot. [link to projectcamelot.org]

What always struck me as odd, was how Burisch blew his whistle over very sensitive info (Looking Glass, J Rod etc.) in a manner as if he had no fear for possible consequence, from the organisations whose secrets he blew wide open.

Furthermore, Burisch even worked for those guys again, after he spilled the beans.

He also visited a private meeting in Vegas, where he held a speech in which he said some pretty nasty things to his mostly uniformed audience.

Here was a man who knew he had nothing to fear from anybody, because he had obviously powerful & influencial friends in all the right places.

Also his heroic action in which he managed to send the EBE back to his own time & planet, through a sort of Stargate device & the mild reprecussions he faced by his 'bosses'.

The longer I monitored Dan Burisch the less I got convinced of his genuine sincerity.
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12/15/2012 07:01 AM

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Burisch is a near anagram of 'Rubbish'. Coincedental, of course, but still, it was one of my first thoughts when I read the early interview transcript at Camelot. [link to projectcamelot.org]

What always struck me as odd, was how Burisch blew his whistle over very sensitive info (Looking Glass, J Rod etc.) in a manner as if he had no fear for possible consequence, from the organisations whose secrets he blew wide open.

Furthermore, Burisch even worked for those guys again, after he spilled the beans.

He also visited a private meeting in Vegas, where he held a speech in which he said some pretty nasty things to his mostly uniformed audience.

Here was a man who knew he had nothing to fear from anybody, because he had obviously powerful & influencial friends in all the right places.

Also his heroic action in which he managed to send the EBE back to his own time & planet, through a sort of Stargate device & the mild reprecussions he faced by his 'bosses'.

The longer I monitored Dan Burisch the less I got convinced of his genuine sincerity.
 Quoting: RoXY


I am HumanSubject#58001 and was the one who posted Burisch story here in October '02(with Dondep), and you are very correct, Burisch never made good on the things he said.
He is either full of BS, or controlled disinfo.
I spoke with him once in nov '03 and ever since then his story started to break down and I quit on him in '04, became Fun-Da-Mental in '05.
The forum on Burisch, The Golden Thread, is still running but unfortunately all their efforts amount to squat.
It was an epic ride here on glp for two years!
Fun-Da-Mental

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12/15/2012 10:48 AM

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So, it is going to turn out the way it is going to turn out, no matter what anyone does?
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According to the Looking Glass (and Yellow Pages), that is accurate. All time-line variations, event variations, etc., converge to an area in time. All of it converging is too powerful a manifestation for any 'thing' to make it something it is not.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


The first time they(everything has to come with the word 'aledgedly') used they sent a videocamera..
Personally, I gave up on Burisch in '04.
Fascinating story tho..
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12/28/2012 08:27 PM
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Just a little possible inside information for you, op. They may have got things up and running fairly accurate with the Looking Glass, or at least that type of tech, at the end of 2007. So, from 2008 onwards things may have gotten much more accurate, and they were/are able to see past the 12/21/12 block.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I think they just saw possibilities. Depending on who they were looking in on it had the possibility of killing that person that was looking. Kind of like if you were in a dream and you thought it was so realistic you died because you couldn't tell the difference. I guess it would be like inception.

I am totally interested if you have more info because I could find very little and going through hours Of the videos was really fucking hard considering all the disinformation that is coming out. Not by the fault of the people posting but by the government passing it along.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5529644


Correct. Future viewings are ALWAYS probabilities, no exceptions.

Looking Glass tech did not take place within the mind, though it used consciousness. My understanding is that different 'users' would get different 'viewings' of 'novelty points' which would be the most pronounced in the viewings...compared, to say everyday living of a singular individual.

The part of 'killing person looking in' is up in the air with my knowledge. There may have been a different tech used for fully immersing one's consciousness into the 'viewing', as far as everything I know. Much of that tech is used in a place we all know well: DREAMLAND.

Now it can be understood why parts of Area 51 were/are called Dreamland. For one, it uses the 'memory', or beliefs and biases, to interpret the experience being 'envisioned', therefore skewing the results. It is as if it is a safety mechanism for viewing (got an agenda?). They could not get an accurate reading many times because the person involved would inject their own sub-conscious into the experience - instead of being a pure conduit - and would taint the information received. Some, I would imagine, may have 'lost' their minds, but who knows.

And this point, as you can see, one's with an agenda could not properly use the tech. For them it would render the tech 'useless'.
 Quoting: Septenary Man
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12/28/2012 08:35 PM
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"And this point, as you can see, one's with an agenda could not properly use the tech. For them it would render the tech 'useless'."

clappa

they poisoned themselves

what comes around goes around

and you get what you deserve
aether

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12/28/2012 09:01 PM

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clever
self aware environment (universe) = natural risk assessment


well you have to remember this
there is them talking to each other
and there is them talking to each other with us participating (influencing)
think atom
we can`t measure it with our old ways (universe) without altering it

want to imagine what influence (emotion) we generate seeing two somethings talking with our current influential expectation of what happens moment by moment etc.etc. tounge tounge
 Quoting: aether


the very good news is
it matters not what you are in our material dimension, traveling from star to star by default relies on ability to "navigate" non material dimensions

our universe is self aware

= local issues do not travel

universal environment satisfying motives do
 Quoting: aether

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