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Old November 15th 04, 11:06 AM
Ray Vingnutte
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/4006293.stm

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Old November 15th 04, 11:31 AM
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nightbat wrote

Ray Vingnutte wrote:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/4006293.stm


nightbat

Nah, the apparent guardians of the cosmic gateway are Darla and
crew, so thanks for the interesting link Ray and Sirius B seems to have
the most potential gateway pull of all. Polar Moon bases would be great
but going around Earth for 40+ years Nasa needs to gain Bert's and
Double-A's confidence before we get our hopes up.


the nightbat

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Old November 15th 04, 11:49 AM
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Hey Nightbat,

Might sound like a stupid question but... Who's this Darla you keep on
about?

LJ


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Old November 15th 04, 12:40 PM
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On Mon, 15 Nov 2004 06:31:10 -0500
nightbat wrote:

nightbat wrote

Ray Vingnutte wrote:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/4006293.stm


nightbat

Nah, the apparent guardians of the cosmic gateway are Darla and
crew, so thanks for the interesting link Ray and Sirius B seems to have
the most potential gateway pull of all. Polar Moon bases would be great
but going around Earth for 40+ years Nasa needs to gain Bert's and
Double-A's confidence before we get our hopes up.


Looks like plans may be afoot to replace the shuttle, I wouldn't expect
anything soon though ;-(

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/4000649.stm




the nightbat

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Old November 15th 04, 12:59 PM
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nightbat wrote

Lloyd Jones wrote:

Hey Nightbat,

Might sound like a stupid question but... Who's this Darla you keep on
about?

LJ


nightbat

Not a stupid question at all Lloyd, Darla is our alt.astronomy
newsgroup occasional visiting purported ageless cosmic queen. Crew are
strange folks they report from another Star system, and respectable
Charles Bohne has now net google pointed towards the Sirius star system.
They claim to be ancient guardians of the local space quadrant in which
Earth and we reside on. We here in alt.astronomy have had an enjoyable
time conversing with Darla and the net intergalactic crew which most are
reported presently away finishing a mission to the LMC, Lesser
Magellenic Clouds.

A visit to the referred post links Charles provided is an eye opener for
apparently per these historic Dogon people texts called them Monnos
folks and go back a long long time as the crew have net reported.
Supposedly they are referenced in most and the cause of ancient
civilizations including the Egyptians, Chinese dynasty, Biblical
civilizations, Indian, and now net here. Strange very strange indeed
Lloyd, if you stay tuned you will be able to begin to grasp what the
interest is in these mysterious beings and what they are all about. I
have been chosen as an Earth friend because of my helping to save one of
their most respected crew members, Silouen.

Sil has informed me of their wishes to make official Earth contact
because they now deduce we are finally ready. Interesting, and Sil's
mentioning wanting to take me on a visit to Saturn a symbolic planet of
strength and also Greysky post indicating a possible outer moon base
Phoebe. Nommo means Sirius in Dogon ancient language.

See codes:
http://exodus2006.com/nomocode.htm


cheers,
the nightbat

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Old November 15th 04, 01:11 PM
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nightbat wrote

Ray Vingnutte wrote:

On Mon, 15 Nov 2004 06:31:10 -0500
nightbat wrote:

nightbat wrote

Ray Vingnutte wrote:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/4006293.stm


nightbat

Nah, the apparent guardians of the cosmic gateway are Darla and
crew, so thanks for the interesting link Ray and Sirius B seems to have
the most potential gateway pull of all. Polar Moon bases would be great
but going around Earth for 40+ years Nasa needs to gain Bert's and
Double-A's confidence before we get our hopes up.


Ray
Looks like plans may be afoot to replace the shuttle, I wouldn't expect
anything soon though ;-(

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/4000649.stm


nightbat

Yep, thanks again for that link Ray, and looks hopeful for the
proposed CEV but we'll see. Maybe with the new two week 1 million prize
guys Nasa will get the message and finally get bases on the moon, Mars,
and beyond. (:~)


the nightbat

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Old November 16th 04, 05:59 AM
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"Lloyd Jones" wrote in
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Hey Nightbat,

Might sound like a stupid question but... Who's this Darla you keep on
about?


Don't ask Lloyd... you really DON'T want to know.
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Old November 16th 04, 08:04 AM
nightbat
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nightbat wrote

Paul Lawler wrote:

"Lloyd Jones" wrote in
:

Hey Nightbat,

Might sound like a stupid question but... Who's this Darla you keep on
about?


Don't ask Lloyd... you really DON'T want to know.


nightbat

That's all right Paul, I already explained the Darla mystic to
him. The subject of cosmic Darla got more interesting with the Charles
Bohne's posted link input and the reference to the isolated Nommos
folks. That even Carl Sagan was aware of these folks is interesting and
he concluded they must have been in contact with some western knowledge
visitors for the so advanced astro info they appeared to be aware of
despite their lack of any telescopes or modern technology was on the
face perplexing but perhaps could be attributed to foreign but still
Earth based visitors. The problem is the particular second and third
star in which the Dogon tribe were well aware of, as told to them
supposedly by the Nommos ancient visiting beings, and which reside in
the Sirius group, weren't discovery until only just recently. This
additionally is the particular star group that the Nommos folks said
they were from. A sought of aquatic human form of being very much like
that Darla claims to be.


the nightbat

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Old November 17th 04, 12:56 PM
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Hi nightbat Did Darla ever mention how the Earth's air,or gravity fits
in with the conditions on her space ship.Moby reminded me she might have
to live in a water medium same as him. Moby also reminded me he could
care less about gravity.His force is an "up" force called "bouyancy"
Moby designed the perfect space ship for animals that live in water like
him It is built like an egg. The shell being made of ice the
yoke(inside) liquid water. I thought about his idea and it has many
great features traveling in deep space. Its transparent(no need for
windows) It is self healing(if it hits something) It can easily be made
large by pulling up next to a comet.(nurseries for babies) Water
and weightlessness go together,as I look at Moby as I'm typing this.He
is sound asleep in the middle of his tank. Funny thing is if I get up
from my chair he is aware of it immediately. I knew how Big Moe could do
that,but Moby is in water and separated by a glass wall. He must
sleep with one eye open. Bert

 




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