by Alfred Lambremont Webre
In an exclusive January 2, 2011 50 minute video interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre on ExopoliticsTV, former Project Seagate whistleblower and Project Camelot witness Aaron McCollum has exposed an attempted recruitment by the organizers of the June 13-19, 2011 ‘Festival of Enlightenment’ at Evergreen, CO to enroll him into serving as a manipulator between purported extraterrestrials that would ‘decloak’ over the Festival and child participants in the Festival.
Mr. McCollum also cautions that the Festival, which is planning to attract 50,000 attendees and is negotiating with Sir Bob Geldof of Live Aid, could present an opportunity for a ‘Project Bluebeam’-type psychological warfare attack on participants and on the population at large.
Mr. McCollum points out the isolated location of the Festival venue of Evergreen, CO and its triangulation and close proximity to three areas with U.S military bases: Fort Collins, Colorado Springs, and Denver, CO (with reported deep underground military bases) and render the Festival a fertile venue for a false flag Project Bluebeam type ‘ET encounter’.
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Festival organizers have worked for Halliburton
According to its website, the Festival of Enlightenment organizers Bill and Jan Moore “have more than 80 years of international business experience between them. Through multi-million dollar business ownership, management in Fortune 100 companies and successful solution-oriented and performance-based consulting, they have extensive knowledge spanning business strategy and development, project management, sales and marketing, retail merchandising, customer service, commercial real estate, Internet and social media. U.S. consulting clients have included 3M, Texas Instruments, Halliburton, Johnson & Johnson, Peterbuilt and Rockwell International. UK consulting clients have included Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Compass Group, Argos, British Telecom, Bass Brewers, Harvey Nichols, British Council, and Department for International Development.”
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