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Back in the 1950s, the Swiss psychiatrist C. G. Jung said many were reluctant to disclose their paranormal experiences because they feared repercussions. In 2013, not much has changed. Here’s an interesting development that just came in—MC

We wanted to draw your attention to a new, exclusive and important article just posted at The Outpost Forum. Follow the link below:

The ‘Disclosure Lite’ Program:

According to our contacts, ‘Disclosure Lite’ (our term) is a new and officially sanctioned program that was initiated in 2012. Its genesis came about as a compromise between the various elements of the Government, Intelligence, Aerospace and Business communities who have been fighting over Disclosure for decades. As we all know, there have been sides taken in this battle with ultimately the anti-Disclosure group(s) managing to somewhat keep a lid on the various attempts at official release.

This compromise is then the result of several meetings concerning the subject matter in which our sources played a part and testified numerous times before the group. Interestingly, their own contact within the group is someone who is well known within private industry. (Name not provided.)

The ‘Disclosure Lite’ Program is designed to take selected individuals and have them talk about their personal experiences and exposure to the ET presence. They will not venture opinion as to what others may know or what the Government may be doing, but will instead keep their testimony very personal. The individuals making these statements will have their testimony pre-approved, with the timing and method of dissemination preordained by the group. By keeping it personal it is thought they will not be looked upon as whistle blowers. The specific individuals being selected are chosen because of their lack of previous involvement with the subject matter of UFOs and Extraterrestrials.

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Chris Iversen