After the Angel Gabriel had announced the coming birth of Christ to Mary she visited Elisabeth, who was pregnant herself with John the Baptist. The movement of her own child in the womb told Elisabeth that the future mother of God stood before her. Her first words of greeting, a confirmation to Mary of the Annunciation itself, are inscribed on the rocky plinth at her feet: “Blessed art thou among women.” Similarly, the opening words of the Magnificat, Mary’s song of praise, are inscribed at her own feet: “My soul doth magnify the Lord.” To leave space for the resonance of these words, Tintoretto does not depict Mary and Elisabeth embracing or exchanging the kiss of peace, but greeting each other from a distance.
K: Okay, because I was just wondering, did you have experiences in your childhood that might have prepared you for that moment, such that you might have accepted it a little quicker, a little easier? You were almost created to do a certain mission. So it was within your programming, to use that term very loosely, to be prepared for that notion. Did you have any conscious memories of your own ET experiences?
D: I only did that in retrospect later on as I thought about it. Of course, it didn’t occur to me at that particular moment when he told me.
Just to clarify also, my mother got pregnant in a very normal way so that the creation itself was there normally, but it was one of the questions I had. “Am I human? Am I 100% human?”
And he said, “Yes, you’re definitely 100% human. It’s just that your genetic make-up was tweaked a little bit to allow for this heightened ability.”
K: And do you have a Celtic background, like many people of that nature or… you know what I’m saying?
D: You mean for my genealogy?
D: We’re from Europe – northern Europe – England and France, and I have a little bit of Cherokee in me, too.
K: I was going to ask you if you have some Indian. Okay, so there you go. Did you ever talk to your mother about this?
D: Yes. Yes, I have talked to my mother. I didn’t talk to her until about four years after the book came out because I just felt that bringing it up to my mom really wouldn’t add anything to the scenario and it just might, depending on her reaction, have been detrimental to our relationship.
So, I had to weight the pros and cons of actually talking to her about it. If she did have memories of something and she did accept and support my coming out with what I did come out with – my story – then it really doesn’t add anything to the story because the story is the story. I mean my experience is the experience, and there is nothing that’s going to take away from that, because it happened.
But her saying that something happened would have been nice and it would have been a little bit of an addendum to my experience. But if she didn’t have any memories and she didn’t accept it – because it is a hard thing to understand and to believe for a lot of people – I didn’t want to risk our relationship deteriorating because of my experience.
It was a difficult decision, but I finally took her out one day and I told her that I had written a book and she was like, “What?”
Now my mother is not exactly a world traveler you know, she lives in her own little world and that’s it. So I wasn’t too concerned about her running across the book anywhere.
So I told her and she said she didn’t have any memories of any abductions or anything but she has had some unique experiences. She actually saw a UFO one time. I remember it because she was screaming and hollering in the bedroom, and I came, and she saw it out the window, so I remember that.
She has had some unique experiences, but she fully accepts it; she says she knows the person I am, and that I’m not going to be saying stuff like that if it’s not something that actually happened. So she’s fine with it, but she doesn’t have any memories, so there is no correlation there, so to speak.
October 5, 2009 at 3:52 pm
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Thanks for the reminder, jr! I do recall looking into this a couple years back. If you’d like to look into this further, this may be a good place to start:
November 14, 2009 at 3:43 am | Reply edit???According to an article in DNA Magazine dated July 6, 2006, and series of interviews given by a Dr. Dan Burisch, (an alleged government employee of MJ-12 for 20+ years) on the Jeff Rense Radio program July 6th and July 13th, 2006, the alleged current line up of MJ-12 consists of the following members:J1: Vice Admiral John M. McConnell — former director of the NSA, first (Jan. 2007) Director of National Intelligence (DNI), replacing previous Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) as head of U.S. intelligence community.J2: Richard B. Cheney — Vice President USA and former Secretary of Defense under first President Bush.J3: Porter Goss — former DCI (Director of Central Intelligence)J4: Admiral Bobby Ray Inman — Former director of the NSA and Naval intelligence, former deputy director of the CIA and Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).J5: Henry Alfred Kissinger — former National Security Advisor and Secretary of State under President Nixon.J6: Zbigniew Brzezinski — Former National Security Advisor under President Carter.J7: General Richard B. Myers – Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, under second President Bush, until his recent retirement, in September 2005.
J8: Kevin Tebbit — Ministry of the British Defence.
J9: Carol Thatcher — Daughter of the former Prime Minister of Great Britain, Margaret Thatcher.
J10: Alan Greenspan — former Chairman of the Federal Reserve.
J11: Harold Varmus — former Director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Nobel Prize winner in medicine.
J12: M. Kelly (information unknown)
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