Author Topic: Karen Hudes reveals the Failing Lumanians are Still On Earth  (Read 254 times)

Offline James Sidaway

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I thought this was just about international banking, then she began exposing the presence of the Lumanians, just like Seth said...

"It has been fashionable to think in terms of straight-line evolution, for example. As mentioned earlier in this book, the accepted theory of evolution is highly simplistic. Your species did not come from one particular source. You have many cousins, so to speak. Some traces of that lineage remain in your time. However, when you look “backward” at the planet you actually try to predict past behavior from the standpoint of the present."
—UR2 Section 6: Session 741 April 14, 1975

  Hudes

(Note added 2019-11-28:  Hey, I notice this guy above immediately yanked his video after being up for a year and a half...  Hmmm, I wonder how the poster of the vid suddenly chose to delete?  Hmm, how many hiding initiates are about manipulating the Tube when things become overly revealing?  Hey! look what I discovered Enjoy...)

Bizarre... I wasn't even looking for more "Lumanian" exposures data.  Was that ESP or just the way probabilities manifest.?

  Schneider
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« Last Edit: November 28, 2019, 10:46:22 PM by James Sidaway »

Offline James Sidaway

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Karen Hudes refuses to sell-out her good-intentions... very rare and she is being highly suppressed, of course. 

https://s3.amazonaws.com/khudes/Twitter9.27.17.pdf

 

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