Julia, Fate(Magazine), and Destiny
Julia Roberts and Fate Magazine
On the cover of the July 1997? Fate
Magazine is Julias picture. The cover
story is about alien intervention
in human society. Julia's quotes support
the premise of the article.
If I was to tell you that human reality is really a
subset of a much larger reality that includes the
presence of "alien entities"___you'd say to yourself,
how would I know? My reality treats the unknowns
as myth, legend, religion, or manifestations
of fake, contrived, illnesses.
This is true and the reason being that the alien
entity doesn't want humans to think about
their existence___not scientifically, philosophically,
intellectually, or otherwise.
The above websites(censored) give more information
concerning the alien intervention and control of
human beings here on Earth. The sites explore
a federal civil rights case that defines the
term "human slavery". In exploring the various
aspects of the case we find that an alien existence
is present___an alien species or race___that is
embedded in human society. This alien race has
the power to control, torture, and exterminate
human beings covertly___and thus the ability
to take over a nation___from the inside exists
and is being utilized as we speak.
So, Julia is making movies that have embedded informtion about the alien culture and/or the
alien agency. The alien culture, the alien race,
is embedded in human society. Julia Roberts and
many of the other movie stars are making movies
about the interaction between the two races.
Many of Julia Robert's movies
follow a certain theme or agenda.
And this is only recognizable if
you understand the embedded alien
system(race) that exists in human
If we examine Julia's movies__
from "Flatliners" to "The Pelican Brief" to
"Conspiracy Theory", we find a repeating
theme or content that the average public
(human)viewer doesn't comprehend.
The trick is to read into the titles,
plots, character names, etc___and
question if they can be interpretted
different ways or if the story idea
itself could have been based on
a real humans life?
Example: "Flatliners" is about people who
are being killed and then brought back
to life. Not possible you say.
What if alien technology exists such
that a human can be killed(vital functions
cease) and then brought back to life
Is this movie a spoof
on the alien agency?
But, when a human views the films or reads the books
a whole different interpretation is obtained.
I suppose an anology is innuedo via image, symbolism,
and content. Since there are two worlds everything
has two meanings!_____________Continued!
Message to the alien psycho race:
Publisher and Plaintiff, Wayne Manzo, is not finished!