November 3, 2009
Separated at Birth – Balloon Boy, 'V' and Mr. Spock!
Is this all a case for ET disclosure?
Posted by Scott Mowry | November 3, 2009
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DATELINE: October 15, 2009, 2 PM CST, Fort Collins, Colorado.
A weather balloon, built to resemble a classic silver disc shaped UFO, drifts uncontrollably across the northen half of the state of Colorado, much to the horror of an international news cable audience for several more harrowing hours.
It is feared a 6-year old boy, named Falcon Heene, is trapped inside as law enforcement and rescue personnel race through farm fields and woodlands in a desperate attempt to save him.
As the balloon comes crashing to the ground, the young boy is nowhere to found and it is believed he may have fallen out somewhere along its wayward journey.
Eventually, young Falcon, now dubbed "balloon boy," by the media, is found safe and sound in his home and, in fact, had been there the whole time, conveniently out of danger.
The whole drama turns out to be a hoax cooked up by the parents, Richard and Mayumi Heene, who were attempting to gain attention for a reality TV show they wanted to produce.
However, in perhaps the most curious aspect of the melodrama, the incident ends up looking a lot like a recreation of the Roswell UFO crash from 1947, only instead of dead aliens, it was thought there would be found a dead little boy.
Well it turns out, there is a bit more to this story. In fact, a LOT more.
As we got to see a lot of little Falcon, it would seem he has an absolutely amazing resemblance to one of the most famous alien characters of all time –– none other than, Mr. Spock from Star Trek fame! Now it is not been confirmed that Falcon has any relation whatsoever to Leonard Nimoy, the man who played Mr. Spock so famously on TV and in the movies for many years.
But you can't deny the uncanny resemblance between the two as you can see in the photos below. It looks they even share the same hair stylist!
If you look closely, Falcon even has, what appears to be, the beginnings of pointy Vulcan ears on his little head. I am not kidding! See for yourself.
Falcon Heene (left) and Mr. Spock (right) – Vulcan brothers in arms?
How ironic is it that this 6-year old kid, who is linked to a silver Roswell-like UFO/weather balloon, would look like undoubtedly the most famous alien ever known to American pop culture, or perhaps the world? I mean, who hasn't heard of Mr. Spock?
Or course, there is even more synchronicity in the form of the new Star Trek movie that just happened to have been released this year. That film featured a younger version of Mr. Spock, albeit in his mid-twenties, played by Zarchary Quinto.
Star Trek 2009 was the latest film in the series since 2002. So it begs the question, why was this film series suddenly revived this, of all years?
Now, Mr. Spock, of course, is most recognizable for his Vulcan peace sign which looks much like the letter "v". And, coincidently, "V" just happens to be the name of a new TV series that debuted on the ABC network on November 3, 2009.
"V," an older show which has been brought out of mothballs from the 1980's once again, is about a group of hostile aliens called "the Visitors" (hence the V). The Visitors have come to Earth, at first appearing to want to help the people with of all things, "universal health care" (heard that in the news lately?), but ultimately turn out to be –– evil reptilians!
They go to great lengths to hide their scary, scaly reptilian bodies by covering them with ultra "attractive" human skin. They even come in blonde, blue eyed, comely versions for the teenager and male audience.
"V" is set to become a recurring weekly ABC series that seems to be a show that somebody really, really wants the American people to see, since it has been brought back for viewing four times since 1983. Can you think of any other TV series that has received that much persistent attention by a network before?
Now speaking of reptilians, if you recall when the balloon boy story was hot, the mainstream media made a big deal of pointing out that Falcon's Dad, Richard Heene, had made accusations that Hillary Clinton was a ... reptilian! He even made a YouTube video rant about his allegations, as the media worked double overtime to paint him as a UFO quack, a conspiracy nut and a lousy father, to boot. That's a typical tactic for what the mainstream media loves to do, stick you with a derogatory label so the American public can despise you!
And, of course, it was none other than young Falcon, who spilled the beans about it being a hoax when he let it slip on CNN by saying, "we did this for the show," and then promptly threw up on camera.
Ah, but here is the coup de gras!
Back to the "V" show. The leader of the Visitors is Anna (pictured right), played by a short, dark-haired actress named, Morena Baccarin, who, once again, bears a rather striking resemblance to, you guessed it –– Mr. Spock! Once more: same short hairdo, same oddly half-Vulcan/half-human features, and same absolutely uncanny resemblance to Mr. Spock, and of course, Falcon, aka, balloon boy.
Falcon, Mr. Spock and Anna –– one big happy alien family.
What in the name of Steven Spielberg is going on here? Is there an overwhelming amount of odd coincidences here or what!!?
Far too many coincidences, I say.
It would appear that all of this UFO/alien/reptilian talk is reaching a fever pitch. And all of the circumstantial evidence is building a strong case that some kind of major extra-terrestrial disclosure is at hand for the world.
The point is we are being inundated with this stuff so it seems more than likely we are being primed for something big! Very big! Very big with a captial "V"!
As the saying goes, where there is smoke, there is fire. And wow, are things getting hot!
As a matter of fact, a number a long time UFO/extra-terrestrial researchers have labeled 2009 as "the year of disclosure."
And it seems as if there is a faction of folks that would like to get this disclosure information out to the public in a truthful, rational manner, while there is an equally determined group that would prefer to keep it in the scared-out-of-your-wits mode. Guess who is going to win that battle?
One way or another, the truth is bound to get out. It is inevitable. And it promises to be the biggest story in the history of the world, long after balloon boy, Leonard Nimoy and "V' have been forgotten.
Stay tuned. You ain't seen nothing yet!
(For further reading on disclosure, see our News article, "Humanity Poised for Imminent Evolutionary Breakthroughs".)
© 2009 MR, Productions, LLC
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