Saturday, November 12, 2011

Richard Boylan is the real CABALIST.

Dr. Boylan, MAJOR DISinfo master
I WAS a member of the Dr Boylan Yahoo Group.  Yesterday he posted that a message supposedly from the White House page was not, and was indeed a disinfo plot by "The Cabal".  When I replied that I too had got the message, his reply was that I was dark energy and banned from his group.  For someone who claims to be "of the Light", he certainly is NOT and also claims that a good number of other people are disifo, dark and otherwise pushing the Cabal agenda while it is more than obvious they are not.  Having followed his group for quite awhile, I have decided that his banning me has been a great thing and I can continue to send love, light, peace and healing to him and his group, thereby causing his predictions of gloom and doom to continue to fail. There may be many I disagree with or take with a grain or block of salt, but this fellow really does push fear to the max.  The following are the messages back and forth.

To: "'Dan'"
Subject: RE: [DrRichBoylanReports] RE: [UFOFacts] Re: Huff Post versus  the truth

I do not communicate with, nor provide information to, persons whose energy signature indicates that they are operating on the dark side. As your energy signature indicates is the case with you.
I have now placed you on my Blocked Senders list, so any further attempts to email me will be wasted effort. And you are banned from DrRichBoylanReports.
in the light,

Richard Boylan, Ph.D.

From: Dan []
Sent: Monday, November 07, 2011 7:05 PM
To: drboylan
Subject: Re: [DrRichBoylanReports] RE: [UFOFacts] Re: Huff Post versus the truth
Having also signed the petition on the White House page, I ALSO GOT the Email you state did not go out.  Sorry, but while I agree that it's a "put off" that Email did indeed go out to those of us that logged in and electronically signed the petition.  


At 06:35 PM 11/7/2011, you wrote:

Howard and everyone,

    Be not deceived.
    This so-called "Huffington Post story" is merely a blog entry. I.e., someone's opinion.
    The person venturing his own personal opinion is a Phil Larson, a Cabal infiltrator/employee within the White House Office of Science and Technology.
    Larson was not authorized to speak for the White House.
    The Huff Post ran this deceptive misleading blog because the Huffington Post has been bought up by the Cabal media giant, AOL Time-Warner. IMHO, the HuffPost has gone to hell after AOL Time-Warner took over control. This is not the first false, disinformation story the "new" HuffPost has run.
    The Cabal misuse any newspaper or TV station they own to run disinformation and propaganda pitched as "news stories".
    All this brouhaha about some guy's personal-opinion blog. What a waste of electrons.
    Repeat: The White House did NOT issue any official statement in response to that [Cabal-engineered] "petition" demanding information on extraterrestrials.
    President Obama is biding his time, and when he is finished getting ready, he will make a public statement about UFO reality, and it won't be in response to any Cabal phony petition-provocation.

     in the light,

     Richard Boylan, Ph.D.

Richard Boylan, Ph.D., LLC

From: [ mailto:UFOFacts@yahoogroups.comOn Behalf Of Howard Hirsch
Sent: Monday, November 07, 2011 12:01 PM
Subject: Re: [UFOFacts] Re: Our neighbors the Altimarians

This story was rather disappointing. I wonder if Obama has gone over to the dark side.


"Alien lifeforms have not contacted Earth yet, the White House claimed over the weekend in response to petitions asking for information on supposed human interactions with extraterrestrials.

"The U.S. government has no evidence that any life exists outside our planet, or that an extraterrestrial presence has contacted or engaged any member of the human race," Phil Larson of the White House Office of Science & Technology Policy wrote in a blog post responding to the inquiries. "In addition, there is no credible information to suggest that any evidence is being hidden from the public's eye."

While Larson maintained that there was no irrefutable proof of supposed alien life, he continued to tick off programs that were being used to further our "understanding if life can or does exist off Earth."