Quote# 70787

Much alien activity has been reported as being located below
Twin Peaks, SE of Salt Lake City. On the north slope of the
Peaks is Big Cottonwood Canyon. Reports suggest a huge base
under the canyon was once controlled by "Blondes" tied-in with
the Mt. Shasta system, but that this may have since been
infiltrated by Grays and human (mind-controlled) collaborators.
Officially the Telosians are supposed to be at odds with the
Grays. The crown princess of Telos, Sharula, was reportedly
told by Adama - the spiritual leader of the Melchizedek lodge
there that the Grays are being asked to leave the planet, BY
FORCE if necessary. The last Gray stronghold that is to be
taken care of is the one near Los Alamos, N.M., which is the
eastern segment of the Dulce Hub or Terminal which branches out
for hundreds of miles in all directions (like the Panamint base,
the Archuleta base is said to be approximately the size of
Manhattan this is not including the "extension" bases tied-in to
Dulce). If there are still "Telosians" below the Twin Peaks
area who are working WITH the Grays, they are doing so in direct
opposition to official Telosian policy. On the south sidis writer
lived as a child.

Branton, Illuminati News 37 Comments [2/25/2010 8:23:01 AM]
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Rebellion Dog

Take your meds. Really.

2/25/2010 9:03:41 AM


Uh... huh...

Yeah, I'm with the Rebellion Dog on this.

Lithium is a GOOD thing in your case.

2/25/2010 9:10:27 AM

Mr Blur


Wait, wasn't this an episode of Battlestar Galactica?

2/25/2010 9:10:55 AM


That is some impressive writing there. He should take a few more english courses to improve his skill, and get published.

2/25/2010 9:24:11 AM

practical god

Here you go CSTDT.


Personally, I really like the Very Tall Race :)

2/25/2010 9:46:53 AM

Power Skunk

Someone tell me this is just an overly descriptive...um, descriptor? that you would read on the back of a straight-to-video movie so damned cheap that even Syfy wouldn't play it on a Friday night as one of their 'originals'.
It's got conspiracies between conspiracies, on top of conspiracies, working against other conspiracies, and so on and so forth.
Tzeentch would be proud.

2/25/2010 10:27:59 AM

G. Fieendish

Re: Mr Blur's post
To be more precise, it was the abandoned Dr.Who/Galactica 1980 crossover episode, featuring Tom Baker, Lalla Ward, Lorne Greene & Barry Van Dyke...
The plot such as it was, concerned the Galactica's discovery of a Cyberman advance base on Earth, near Salt Lake City.
During the initial investigation of the "Cylon" base, Troy encounters the Tardis, & captures the Doctor & Romana II, believing them to be advanced Cylon "infiltrator" units, taking them back to the Galactica, in Dr.Zee's prototype "Flying Saucer" spacecraft...
As a result of this, the Doctor has to ally himself with the Galacticans, in order to destroy the base, for differing but related reasons & return to the Tardis...
Unfortunately, the effects were too cheaply dire even for the "cash-strapped" BBC at the time, & there were disputes over the script, as each "partner" in the co-production, favoured their own show, during the writing...
The project was scrapped when John Nathan-Turner became producer, replacing Graham Williams...
As for said episode, there are several nits in the episode's script, such as just exactly when did the Cybermen, or to be more precise, the CyberTelosian faction arrive on earth...?
Was it before or after the CyberMondasian Faction decided to invade Earth in 1986, when Mondas, their original home world arrived back in the Solar System...?

2/25/2010 11:17:11 AM


Dutch Schultz called. He wants his last words back.

2/25/2010 11:43:40 AM

Honestly, if this stuff is so top-secret, how come these nuts know about it?

2/25/2010 1:09:48 PM



The little voices in their heads tell them about it.

2/25/2010 2:08:13 PM


That's cool bro. Now get off the bong, you are wasting rare hallucinogenics.

2/25/2010 2:33:52 PM


t3h_furh3r said exactly what I wanted to say! This person should learn to write better and live off his fantasies.

2/25/2010 4:52:10 PM


Ok, what the fuck is this shit about Telosia? That was a civilization in a low-fantasy book I'm writing. How the fuck did this asshole find out about that name?

2/25/2010 4:52:43 PM


Telosians? You mean the guys with big heads from Star Trek?

2/25/2010 5:06:58 PM

Mr Blur

@ G. Fieendish

I stand corrected. It's hard to keep all these things straight!

Interesting that Lalla Ward is, of course, Richard Dawkins' wife. Who knows how deep the conspiracy goes?

2/25/2010 5:24:53 PM


This entire thing sounds like a Star Trek fanfiction. Also side note, this site has some crazy ideas.

2/25/2010 5:25:20 PM


Impossible. Telos was destroyed during the Jedi Civil War, and Adama found Earth thousands of years after it had been obliterated.

2/25/2010 6:20:15 PM

Percy Q. Shunn

the Archuleta base

You mean, like, David Archuleta? From American Idol?

2/25/2010 6:21:57 PM



Oh yeah. I forgot about KoTOR.

2/25/2010 7:28:12 PM

What a great video game!

2/25/2010 11:56:12 PM

Twin Peaks is, was and always will be FICTION. Get over it.

2/26/2010 2:11:52 AM

Doctor Fishcake

I was controlled by a blonde myself at one point. It's no fun at all. Redheads, on the other hand...

2/26/2010 2:23:31 AM


So, who REALLY killed Laura Palmer?

2/26/2010 4:54:34 AM


Stop watching so much scifi



2/26/2010 8:13:41 AM

Doubting Thomas

You know, these people could probably be really good sci-fi writers if they didn't actually believe what they write. That, and if they would stick with only one or two conspiracies and develop a good plot. They could probably land a SyFy original series, even though those usually suck.

2/26/2010 10:47:27 AM

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