It's been reported that these are spy satellite targeting grids. I am more inclined to think they might be used for scalar weaponry.
This theory of Watchers having had a demand for gold is, like many such things, a half-truth. Humans were not created by these beings nor created to be slaves for a mining operation, but their genetics were used to make a variety of chimeras for a variety of reasons.
So called M-state or "mono-atomic" gold was the sought after element as being a substance which could perpetuate certain spiritual properties which would have been lost or degraded in a flesh body, which fallen Watchers condescended their natures to be housed in.
A description of M-state gold: http://graal.co.uk/whitepowdergold.php
Hippies head for Noah’s Ark: Queue here for rescue aboard alien spaceship
Thousands of New Agers descend on mountain they see as haven from December's apocalypse
A mountain looming over a French commune with a population of just 200 is being touted as a modern Noah's Ark when doomsday arrives – supposedly less than nine months from now.
A rapidly increasing stream of New Age believers – or esoterics, as locals call them – have descended in their camper van-loads on the usually picturesque and tranquil Pyrenean village of Bugarach. They believe that when apocalypse strikes on 21 December this year, the aliens waiting in their spacecraft inside Pic de Bugarach will save all the humans near by and beam them off to the next age.
As the cataclysmic date – which, according to eschatological beliefs and predicted astrological alignments, concludes a 5,125-year cycle in the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar – nears, the goings-on around the peak have become more bizarre and ritualistic.
For decades, there has been a belief that Pic de Bugarach, which, at 1,230 metres, is the highest in the Corbières mountain range, possesses an eery power. Often called the "upside-down mountain" – geologists think that it exploded after its formation and the top landed the wrong way up – it is thought to have inspired Jules Verne's Journey to the Centre of the Earth and Steven Spielberg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Since the 1960s, it has attracted New Agers, who insist that it emits special magnetic waves.
Further, rumours persist that the country's late president François Mitterrand was transported by helicopter on to the peak, while the Nazis, and, later, Israel's Mossad, performed mysterious digs there. Now the nearby village is awash with New Agers, who have boosted the local economy, though their naked group climbs up to the peak have raised concerns as well as eyebrows. Among other oddities, some hikers have been spotted scaling the mountain carrying a ball with a golden ring, strung together by a single thread.
A grizzled man wearing a white linen smock, who calls himself Jean, set up a yurt in the forest a couple of years ago to prepare for the earth's demise. "The apocalypse we believe in is the end of a certain world and the beginning of another," he offers. "A new spiritual world. The year 2012 is the end of a cycle of suffering. Bugarach is one of the major chakras of the earth, a place devoted to welcoming the energies of tomorrow."
Upwards of 100,000 people are thought to be planning a trip to the mountain, 30 miles west of Perpignan, in time for 21 December, and opportunistic entrepreneurs are shamelessly cashing in on the phenomenon. While American travel agents have been offering special, one-way deals to witness the end of the world, a neighbouring village, Saint-Paul de Fenouillet, has produced a wine to celebrate the occasion.
Jean-Pierre Delord, the perplexed mayor of Bugarach, has flagged up the situation to the French authorities, requesting they scramble the army to the tiny village for fear of a mass suicide. It has also caught the attention of France's sect watchdog, Miviludes.
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Most fairs and carnivals try to attract a wide demographic: Families, singles, foodies, aspiring prize-winners, but the organizers at the San Diego Country Fair are casting their net even wider and hope to get some extraterrestrials.
The Fair opens June 8 is themed "Out Of This World," and, as such, will include exhibits dedicated to space travel done by humans and alleged trips to Earth by alien visitors.
Fair spokeswoman Linda Zweig says the fair is America's sixth largest, but hopes to get bigger by attracting visitors from beyond the southern California -- like Alpha Centauri.
"It would be so cool if some aliens decide to come," she told the Huffington Post. "I don't know if their craft would fit in the parking lot, but if they show up, we'll make room. There's plenty of room in the infield." Rest of the article.....
Wonder if they'd have to pay to watch the truck pulls?
the price of aluminum foil hats could reach an all-time high..
First of all, God Almighty's Word tells us of extra-dimensional beings. There are no such thing as extra-terrestrials. Throughout the Holy Bible, many references are made about the Nephalim, and other offspring of human women and fallen angels. If we take a look at the ancient history of many cultures we will find hundreds of references to these giant men of renown and strength, with voracious carnal and physical appetites. I think when these giants were killed off, or died....their spirits became demons. If we study the book of Jude, therein is a reference to the book of Enoch. I have looked over the book of Enoch, as one might look at a dictionary for reference to any consistencies from the Word. There were several. Why was the book of Enoch never added to the Word? I don't know. I may never know. All I can do is study, and let the Holy Spirit lead me into all truth. The Jewish peoples believe in more than one "level" of heaven, if I'm not mistaken, seven "levels" ....or heavenly dimensions. These beings some call aliens ARE aliens in OUR dimension! But they are shape-shifting demons, existing in a spirit dimension, that can cross over into our physical dimension....and did so by appearing as men in order to mate with human women, and still wreak havoc and pursue evil in our world. If a "message" seems to come from "outer-space" or "another planet".....in a language or code we cannot readily understand....know this! God is not the alter of confusion! If God needs us to know something, he will tell us in plain language we can understand, no matter what dialect we speak. Amen!
(From the article) ...by such a time that a world leader would openly introduce or announce extraterrestrials to the world, people will no longer be shocked. they will be already aware and prepared for the introduction. that is what this time is for the rulers of the world and their allies, who are fallen angels...
The author of the article agrees with you, as do I. :-)
Enoch is definitely scripture.. in fact, the Ethiopic Coptic Christian Church has retained 1Enoch as such to this day.
More People Believe in UFOs Than God
"An interesting survey done in the United Kingdon shows that more people believe in UFOs than they believe in God. About 33.1 million people believe that there's intelligent life on other planets and less than half the country, about 17.5 million people, believes that there's a God..."
"At least 10% of the population in England, mostly men, have claimed to have seen a flying object. More men than women also believe that there is a God.
Nick Pope, formerly of the Ministry of Defense Unidentified Flying Object Project said, "Just 20 years ago, religion was a huge part of life in the UK, and this shows just how much attitudes have changed. Belief in the alien phenomenon is now more widespread than ever, with many wondering how we and our governments would react to the news that aliens existed."
If alien life did show themselves more than one-third of the population would be curious about them. Fear would be the next emotion and one in five would be sceptical.
One fifth of England believe that alien space ships have landed yet five million do not believe that anyone has ever landed on the moon.
It's safe to assume that people all over the world just might feel the same way as the people of Great Britain. Why is it easier to believe in alien life than in God? Maybe sightings of space crafts and flying saucers are more tangible than just believing in an abstract idea of a God that can't be seen or heard. Many can argue by saying that trees, flowers, and intelligent life itself is proof enough of a Devine Being and others might go on to say that even alien life is proof of God.
What does the firm belief in UFOs and a lesser belief in God say about religion? It's possible that people are not getting what they need out of their faith and while looking to the skies, searching for God, they spot an alien saucer instead. Maybe that alien saucer is proof of God..."
full article: http://news.gather.com/viewArticle.action?articleId=281474981701233