Did John Denver really die, or was he reabsorbed into the intelligence community to work on space/ UFO research?
Denver was born in Roswell New Mexico in the 1940's! His name is also a clue. They often mark their operatives with names of where they were programmed or linked to [i.e. DENVER, Colorado or DAKOTA Fanning, DAKOTA Culkin etc.]
His father was of German descent and an Air force officer. This could make Denver a descendant of the project paperclip families. Denver himself had worked with the NSS National Space Society later in his career.
He was also a graduate of Werner Erhard's Erhard Seminars Training, which is said to be modeled after Scientology. Incidentally, rocket scientist Jack Parsons was the occasional magic partner of L Ron Hubbard, so there seems to be some overlap with the space program and these cultish, programming/intel organizations.
Denver wrote and dedicated the song "Looking for Space" to Erhard's Seminar course
So I wonder if he was ever replaced?
Or if his convenient plane crash death was a way of hiding him out of the public eye while he assumed a new role somewhere else?
"Tomorrowland is one of the many themed lands at the five "Magic Kingdom-style" theme parks owned or licensed by The Walt Disney Company around the world. Each version of the land is different and features numerous classic and unique attractions that depict the numerous views of the future. At Disneyland Paris, the area whose theme and content are much like those of the Tomorrowlands at other Disney parks is called Discoveryland.
Walt Disney was known for his futurist views and, through his television programs, showed the American public how the world was moving into the future.
Tomorrowland was the realized culmination of his views. In his own words: "Tomorrow can be a wonderful age. Our scientists today are opening the doors of the Space Age to achievements that will benefit our children and generations to come. The Tomorrowland attractions have been designed to give you an opportunity to participate in adventures that are a living blueprintof our future."
Tomorrowland was funded in part by MONSANTO !!!!
"The first Tomorrowland opened at Disneyland on July 17, 1955, Walt Disney was reluctant to turn his land into a corporate showcase, but when the time crunch came he accepted any offer he could. Monsanto Chemicals, American Motors, Richfield Oil, and Dutch Boy Paint were some of the many company showcases that were open in Tomorrowland in the first few years....1957 brought Monsanto House of the Future, a plastic house with four wings cantilevered from a central plinth."
The Monsanto Company (NYSE: MON) is an American multinational agricultural biotechnology corporation. It is the world's leading producer of the herbicide glyphosate, marketed as "Roundup". Monsanto is also by far the leading producer of genetically engineered (GE) seed, holding 70%–100% market share for various crops.
John Denver and Jessica Biel is very alike. Never thought about that before (but I don't know so much about JD either).
Where did you come up with the connection John / Jessica Biel? Just "coincidence" ( I know there is no coincidence ) or is it something you have been researching on (the German connection)?
About Scarlett possibly being a clone: Do you have any link where this is being discussed or something ?
They also replace people with doubles. For many years they recruited look-alikes who would serve their ends. Now they are perfecting cloning technology that will let them replace anybody. (The Illuminati by Abner Whateley)
Why is Jessica Biel such a huge star? Well, maybe not huge, but why is she getting so much attention? Is it her great body of acting? Please....
They sold her as a sex kitten.
These sex slaves always start out as a sweet image and then go trampy. Why is that?
Hmmmm. Can anyone say mind control slave?
I also thought that John Denver was a staunch environmentalist.
Never knew about his Roswell connection. Maybe he spent his time in the mountain looking for his "mother ship"!
Roswell, New Mexico was/is a US military base area, for experimental aircraft development and who knows what else sort of secret atrocity "research." The "aliens" story is a pathetic cover disinfromation program.
Also in New Mexico: the Taos "hum" home of Donald RumSSfeld, Los Alamos, and Alamagordo.
Weird video of John and Karen Carpenter. Look at the sun symbol behind them, and the song is also strange. Originally a folk song that inspired the INfamous novel Catcher in the Rye
The way they look at each other, it seems their programming was synchronized and they triggered each other during this performance.
I don't know why, but I get the sense that Karen was a light being who just turned unacknowledged/compartmentalized pain in on herself. Her life would be worth looking into further. I'm getting a sense there may have been satanic ritual abuse connections here...No idea why.
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There was an hour long biography type of special on a TV channel called MIND about John Denver last night. I flipped back and forth and watched some of it between other things.
One of his music producer friends who claimed to be Denver's friend from his earliest days as a singer to right before his death had a few interesting "slips." There was a point apparently around 1982-1983 when this guy noticed that John's style of singing had suddenly changed in a huge way. He said that John had become much more emotionally expressive as he sang the words to his songs. John explained this as being because he had collaborated with Placido Domingo on the single Perhaps Love and Domingo had told him about his technique of always trying to color the words with the sound of the words - like if the word was "hard" he'd sing the word in a more abrupt way, "soft" or 'love" would be more drawn out and tender.
Well, this friend who had known John for a long time noticed a HUGE change in John's singing that happened pretty much overnight? He asked John and he just said that Domingo had given him some pointers and then he went back through all his songs and experimented with this new style.
I thought that was interesting from a dopples perspective. This was right after John divorced his first wife and he hadn't yet married the next one, circa 1982-83.
I believe this was also around the time that his looks changed dramatically. The John of the 1970's in this TV special really did look unattractive facially - quite goofy and nerdy. Suddenly in the 1980's we have a guy who looks a bit more like a Richard Gere in the face, much more handsome. And he goes from wearing glasses to wearing contacts - but that wasn't the only change.
In the excerpts in the TV special they show John singing the same song at different times - like footage of him singing "Take me home, country roads" in the 1970's at a concert, and in the 80's or even the 90's. While the overall tone of his voice seemed to me to remain very pure and clear in all the footage, there were some subtle changes I think in the later John.
Also, the earlier John of the 1970's was extremely emotionally flat, rather like a zombie, when he talked. He was a big student of EST pioneered by Ernhard and that's one of those techniques designed to flatline you emotionally so your'e not disturbed by anything, but even so, I was shocked that they kept putting Denver on so many TV shows throughout the 1970's and 1980's because he came across so FLAT - like a zombie, really, but with very pretty vocal tone. The later John footage shows someone whose eyes sometimes seem a LOT darker and who gets the occasional flash of passion or rage, something the early zombie guy didn't ever show in the footage we saw.
So anyway, I think what I was observing was differences between one replacement, the one who probably achieved that megafame in the 1970's, and a later replacement who was more streamlined and handsome.
Oh, they also had interviews with John's first wife, the Annie of "Annie's Song," who met him at a concert while she was a college student. She also seemed incredibly emotionally flat, like someone had vaccuumed out her vitality and soul.
Edited: I meant to also add that Annie was talking about how she has heard Annie's Song all over the world, from a hotel in Japan to Singapore or whatever - but she also said something like "It's not about me anymore" or "I don't respond to it like it's about me, it's just a pretty song." Well, it wouldn't be about her if she had been replaced, would it?
I agree that Denver was replaced in the 80s,but calling him emotionally"flat" in the 70s was not correct. He would get on the tonight show and say"far out" about a hundred times and laugh a lot. I think the original Denver was a real and talented person.