Jay Dyer – Predictive Programming, 007 & the Breakaway Civilization (Vid)

My lecture last year at the Secret Space Program Conference.

 

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6 Comments on Jay Dyer – Predictive Programming, 007 & the Breakaway Civilization (Vid)

  1. Are you familiar with the fifties sci-fi b movie Braking The Time Barrier it is interesting in relationship to Elysium. Both deal with elites escaping from messes they have created I have not seen the newer film but I assume you have seen both. I would to see you take on both these films fifty years apart.

  2. I am not…hadn’t heard of it.

  3. Great talk. I’m glad you were finally able to post this. Wasn’t there a submarine-eating Super Sub featured in The Spy Who Love Me?

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