Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Most people just cannot handle the Truth

I was realizing tonight that most people cannot deal with alien stuff at all. Because they have been so conditioned by Earth Governments in other directions. I often compare this to Historical Hawaiian society which was forbidden from "Seeing or talking to or communicating with" The white Ghosts like Captain Cook and his men. And only the Kahunas (medicine men and women) of Hawaii were actually allowed to speak with the "White Ghosts" on Captain Cook's ships on pain of death for Hawaiians.

So, if UFOs are like Ghosts in our culture which no one much believes in then "Why Scare people with the truth?"

This is what I was thinking today.

So, maybe it's better that I write what I write but focus my writing in a different direction than I've been going down lately...

This allows people to think a lot of what I'm writing about is science fiction when I don't really believe that at all.

However, it might comfort people who want to be entertained more than they want the truth. And still those who recognize the truth who want that will be happy too.

By God's Grace

Captain Marvel (2019) is really worth seeing if you haven't already

Note: I'm not trying to give away any of the plot here but after reading what I wrote you might not want to read what I wrote until AFTER you see this movie if you are going to.

I saw Captain Marvel for the 2nd time today with friends who hadn't seen it yet. So, it was fun. For me, I likely would enjoy seeing this movie about 3 times total as long as I'm taking friends who haven't seen it before to see it. (So maybe one time more in a theater maybe in Mt. Shasta if I go with friends who haven't seen it yet if it is still playing when I return there).
I like the way this movie demonstrates Shapeshifters and manipulation of people's memories. Because both of these things have always happened here on earth. So, seeing it as It has always been here thousands of years back into human history is always interesting.

In other words on one level what happens in this movie is not very far fetched because people being kidnapped off of earth has been going on for thousands of years or possibly 100,000 to 200,000 years already. So, watching this movie is sort of like a chronicle of what has been happening for thousands of years already to people here on earth. I think they call Earth C-53 as a planet designation in this movie by the way. And one Alien Soldier calls Earth a "Shithole" planet) in their comparison to other planets.

However, that isn't a universal point of view. The more common point of view to tourist aliens would be that earth is "Wild" and "quaint" and relatively peaceful as planets go.

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What's in the Cohen warrant documents?

Why Mueller cares about Michael Cohen
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What's in the Cohen warrant documents

By Brian RiesMeg Wagner and Amanda Wills, CNN
Updated 3 hr 3 min ago12:44 p.m. ET, March 19, 2019
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3 hr 39 min ago

This is the device investigators used to track Cohen

From CNN's Marshall Cohen
Federal investigators used a "stingray" device to track Michael Cohen, as they tried to pin down exactly where he was staying at the Loew's Regency Hotel in New York City, according to newly unsealed documents.
The stingray is a spoofing device used for surveillance. Nearby cell phones connect to the stingray device, thinking it is a cell phone tower. Then the people operating the device can snoop on the traffic and collect information.
Federal agents used the device, which they called a "triggerfish" in the documents, to track Cohen’s location in April 2018. They figured out which hotel room he was staying at based on the pings from his phone, according to the court filings. Prosecutors said in the court filings that they “sought and obtained” permission to use the stingray technique.
One day later, the FBI raided Cohen’s hotel room, and other properties.
3 hr 43 min ago

Investigators got a warrant for the wrong hotel room

From CNN's Katelyn Polantz
The raid of Michael Cohen's New York City hotel room — where he was living in April 2018 — was almost botched by federal investigators in Manhattan. 
The first warrant they received was for the wrong hotel room inside the Loew's Regency Hotel.
At first, around 8 p.m. on April 8, 2018, the FBI got a warrant to search and seize criminal evidence out of room 1728 at the Loew's. The next day, the FBI learned from "another law enforcement agent" who spoke to an employee of the Loews that Cohen was in fact staying a floor below, according to search warrant records made public in federal court on Tuesday. 
Cohen was actually staying in a larger suite one floor below, room 1628, that was comprised of three rooms. 
The FBI refiled its search and seizure warrant for the property with a federal judge, and raided the hotel, as well as Cohen's Trump Park Avenue apartment and his law office within the firm Squire Patton Boggs at Rockefeller Center.
Cohen and his family had been staying at the Loew's because of a flood in their home.
4 hr 4 min ago

Prosecutors asked for data from Cohen's cell phones from the month before the 2016 election

From CNN's From Kara Scannell
Prosecutors asked for historic data from Michael Cohen’s cell phones the month before the 2016 election, according to exhibit 7 of the documents.
They also had the pen registers, which records numbers called, in and out of Cohen’s cell for two months after the raid, when he was in touch with Trump and his lawyers.
The government obtained a warrant for the cell location data pinging from cell towers for two cell phones subscribed by Cohen from April 7, 2018 for 45 days.
In addition, the judge granted the government’s request for historical cell location for the month before the election — Oct 1, 2016 until election day on Nov. 8, 2016. There was also a request for Jan. 1 to April 7, 2018. 
The pen register that identifies the phone number attached to incoming and outgoing calls was ordered for two months from the date of the application – April 7, 2018 – meaning they knew about any calls after the raid for two months, including his calls with Trump, Trump’s lawyers etc.
4 hr 41 min ago

Prosecutors used a new law Trump signed to get data from Cohen's Gmail

From CNN's Marshall Cohen
Federal prosecutors used a new law signed by Trump to go after his former fixer Michael Cohen, court filings reveal.
Investigators in the Southern District of New York obtained a search warrant to access Cohen’s Gmail account in February 2018. Google turned over some documents, but the tech giant “declined to produce data that it stored on computer servers located outside of the United States,” according to an affidavit submitted to the court by an FBI agent working on Cohen’s case.
Weeks later, Trump signed the CLOUD Act into law, which gave US law enforcement more legal pathways to pursue data stories overseas. The provision was tucked into the $1.3 trillion spending bill Trump signed to avoid a federal government shutdown.
With the new law on the books, federal prosecutors went back to court in and asked for another warrant to get the materials that Google refused to turn over.
In an April 2018 affidavit, the FBI agent argued that “providers are required to disclose data even if it is stored abroad” under the new law. The judge approved the new search warrant later that day, giving investigators access to additional information from Google, including Cohen’s emails, attachments, address book and files stored on Google Drive.
3 hr 3 min ago

Cohen was paid more than $500,000 from company linked to Russian oligarch

The Cohen materials outline how in October 2016 Essential Consultants was established, and then how in January 2017, money began to flow in monthly from Columbus Nova LLC. The monthly installments were for $83,333 and totaled $583,332 from January, 2017 to August 2017.
Why this matters: The government, in its documents, states that LLC is "an investment management firm controlled by Renova Group, an industrial holding company based in Zurich, Switzerland that is controlled by Russian national Viktor Vekselberg."
Who's that? Viktor Vekselberg is an oligarch with close ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who was sanctioned in early 2018 for activities including election interference. The sanctions prohibit Vekselberg from traveling to the US.
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Clarification: The headline of this post has been updated to reflect that Columbus Nova is linked to Viktor Vekselberg, rather than controlled by him, as described in court documents.
5 hr 18 min ago

Prosecutors seized 2 DVDs in the Cohen raid

From CNN's Marshall Cohen
Federal prosecutors in Manhattan raided Michael Cohen’s properties in April 2018 to obtain some of his electronic devices, including a USB drive and two DVDs, among other things, exhibit 6 of the partially redacted materials details. 
One of the DVDs was labeled "Cohen — 2018.03.07," according to the documents. It’s unclear what this is a reference to or what the contents of the DVD were.
Interestingly, the date that prosecutors say was on the label – March 7, 2018 – was same day that several news outlets reported that Cohen had obtained a secret restraining order against adult film star Stormy Daniels. 
The second DVD was labeled "2-28-18 Cohen SW Returns — Google and 1&1," according to the records.