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Old 02-25-2019, 12:55 PM
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I read about the interesting case of 'Gil Perez', supposedly he traveled 9000 miles to Mexico in a single day, and told Mexican officials the Gov of Manila had been killed, they assumed he was nuts or working for the devil, and threw him in jail...but months later, mexicans learned he was right and set him free.

The simple fact that people in mexico knew the same day that a gov in Manila had been killed, is proof that 'something' extraordinary happened, (time travel, teleportation, etc?)
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Old Today, 07:02 PM
Location: Denver CO
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Originally Posted by Vasily View Post
I watched part of his video that features a supposed video from a century from now. The guy can barely string words together to form a coherent sentence (at one point he says one of the places "aliens" landed was in "the Article" - confusing a part of speech apparently with the Arctic) -- yet he's brilliant enough to figure out how to travel through time?
Hey, language evolves over time. Maybe a hundred years from now "Article" refers to the arctic.
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