I spent Oct 31st and Nov 1st (2015) watching the Secret Space Program (SSP) Conference in Austin, Texas.
The 2014 videos are free (see link below). Last year, Dr. Greer was mentioned by the speakers 7 or 8 times at the conference. I recommend the following speakers from 2014: Mark McLandish, Mike Schratt, Catherin Austin Fitts … McLandish’s images of ARV and discussion of engineering of electro-gravitics is the best I have ever seen.
The 2015 conference is available on vimeo for about $60. Interesting that no one mentioned Dr. Greer at all at this 2015 conference. I can’t help wondering if Jim Mars and Linda Moulton Howe somehow made this a condition of their participation?
In any case, for the 2015 conference I recommend the following speakers.
- Dr. Paul Laviolette (everything he says corresponds to what Dr. Greer has been saying),
- Catherine Austin Fitts
- Walter Bosley for his discussion (and images) of Aero flying machines (possible electro-gravitics … not balloons) in the 1850s, Sonoma, Ca, built by German immigrants.
The Sunday night Round Table is also worth watching:
- Laviolette fired from patent office for promoting a conference with just one paper on cold fusion, he won his court case and changed the law, it is now illegal to discriminate against someone based on their scientific beliefs.
- Austin-Fitts… the financial sector removed all constraints when the ET Space Station in orbit around Saturn was photographed by the Cassini probe in 2004 … Trillions of dollars being taken off-planet.
Warning: most of the remaining speakers freely discussed … “the scary aliens are going to invade us and do even scarier things” … definitely NOT compatible with CSETI perspectives, and it is interesting that this year was so-o-o-o different than 2014, in 2014 the speakers did NOT discuss the “scary alien” thing. I like to keep track of these various narratives because when I am training new groups, there is always someone in the group who wants to talk about it.
2014 SSP conference free videos: https://secretspaceprogram.org/presentations-2014/
2015 SSP15 videos on vimeo available on demand. You have to pay $60 US but it is worth it: vimeo.com/ondemand/ssp15