How Could We Tell A Fake Alien Landing from a Real One?

Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
~Arthur C. Clarke


My friend, Sean Kerr, posted an interesting question on our 6 Sense Media Group Facebook page yesterday.

How would you try to differentiate between a false flag mass encounter and the real thing?

Basically, what he's asking, to put it in more familiar terms, is if aliens landed on the White House lawn, how would we know they are truly aliens rather than it being a false flag? UFO researcher and historian, Richard Dolan, has recently made false flags his primary area of study.

To those unfamiliar with the fields of UFOlogy, covert military operations or advanced technology, this might seem like a simple question. We've seen it in movies like Independence Day, right? Highly sophisticated craft land or hover above our cities and we immediately know they must be aliens. What else would they be?

Well, about 20 years ago a Canadian journalist named Serge Monast reported that a NASA source had revealed to him a top-secret project called BlueBeam. The objective of the project was to create a fake (false flag) alien invasion in a coercive effort by the global cabal to institute the final steps in their global fascist state - what some have called the New World Order (NWO).

The plan was to use holograms, advanced technology, and other means to persuade the public that "the aliens" had landed and decreed a one world government for Earth. Later others posited a similar scenario using the second coming of Christ as the event rather than an alien landing.

Dolan is skeptical such an event is practicable. He argues the logistics to pull off such a feat on a global scale are almost beyond the possible. As the chief proponent of the idea of a Breakaway Civilization, Dolan acknowledges the The Cabal could possess technology very far beyond our daily experience. 

Let's back to Sean's question. Is it possible and how could we tell the difference?

What kinds of technologies might be needed to attempt such a scenario?

  1. Condition the masses to such an event.
  2. Messages from our leaders. (Could words be put in Trump's, Putin's, or Xi's mouths?
  3. Fake dramatized events (think War of the Worlds on steroids for the 21st Century complete with crisis actors. Yeah, that's really a thing.)
  4. A global mainstream media willing to sell whatever they're told to sell. (I think we can check the box on this one.)
  5. Advanced holography and the ability to project it into the sky.
  6. In-brain communication
  7. Advanced aircraft

Check out these videos. Even scratching the surface, it seems like the pieces are in place to fake such an event.

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So who is Dolan right? Despite all of this capability, there would just be too many skeptics and it would be too hard to convince enough people? Before you answer that, consider this. How easily are people convinced of things in the political or religious spheres every day with far less evidence that could be faked for such an event? Could the eagerness of people to believe that something is going to save us from ourselves provide the psychological push needed to believe such a thing?

How do we answer Sean's question? How would we know the difference between real and fake? I'd say every day, based on what can be gathered on the Internet in 30 minutes, it gets easier and easier to pull this off technologically. 

My feeling is we might have to look at a combination of technology beyond belief and the agenda being pushed. If the "aliens" in a fake event seem to be pushing agendas we've seen introduced by nefarious players into our political dialogue, we should be skeptical. We should only accept an "intervention" that works to the benefit of humanity. Real or fake, we should not readily submit to things that counter our interests.

I think we would need to look at more than "new events" as evidence. News events can be staged. We need to look for the evidence in our daily lives and how things are changing based on the intervention to know.

Finally, we have to listen to the best piece of technology we have - our own 6th sense. We need to trust our guts and listen with discernment to determine what's real and what's fake. The task won't be easy, but we must do our best to see the truth.

Ray Davis
for 6 Sense Media