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The first and most glaring item that stands out is the name of the ship when read using wormation:
TITANIC = To hIT AN ICeberg
Do you think it is a coincidence that the name of the ship describes the exact event that occurred which brought about its demise? At first, it seems trivial but as you study the possibility of Hetlau and the ETA, this is exactly the type of repeating patterns that provide a preponderance of evidence. Could this event possibly be part of the ETA taking place here on Earth? Let's evaluate it looking at the three core concepts in the ETA:
Obviously, the possibility of the sinking of what at the time was the largest ship afloat would qualify as a military objective. Immediately to an EA who only understands war from the EA viewpoint, there are a few conflicts with the theory.
- the target is a civilian ship
- the ship is full of civilians
- no weapon is used to sink it
These three items present a quandary. If Extra Terrestrials possibly did sink the Titanic and it was an expression of war against the EA then they clearly fight war very differently. So can we look at the event and try to draw some conclusions about it that may help us better understand how an Extra Terrestrial Military force might function?
What we need to realize is if the possibility of Hetlau exists, then the way EA think about war may have been imposed on us and may be inaccurate. The first thing that needs to be looked at is EA think you can have rules to warfare that the enemy should comply with. Unlike strategic and tactical rules such as:
- Achieve Air Supremacy
- Bomb until objective is accomplished
EA think you can make rules like the Geneva convention which comprise four treaties, and three additional protocols, that establish the standards of international law for humanitarian treatment in war. What the EA are quick to dismiss is that in order to have rules like these, you have to be able to enforce them with military power. One EA against other EA countries, you might be able to do that. If an opponent comes along who does not have the same viewpoint as to rules of war, they may simply ignore them in favor of their own and their ability to enforce them with their military power.
So the sinking of a civilian ship may not be a violation of any of their rules and suffices as a military target.
What about the killing of innocent civilians? If you remember reading the first article on Hetlau we went over the concept of the possibility that people don't die, just their bodies do. So applying the second core concept of the ETA:
The possibility exists Extra Terrestrials don't view the killing or deaths of EA as killing or death. They simply view it as an opportunity to move their EA slaves (pyramid theory) to another planetary system to put them to work fulfilling their larger objectives in the cosmos or celestial realm.
So right from the start of evaluating this, EA are immediately caught off guard. The possibility of an enemy who:
- they don't know exists
- they don't know are at war with
- doesn't follow conventional EA war concepts
- operates from within their own ranks
- doesn't require their military forces to wear uniforms
- blend their military, government, and civilian forces
- use human nature as a weapon against the EA
- proclaim ET reality as delusional disorder and schizophrenia
These make for a very uncomfortable position from which to investigate and evaluate events from. Then add to that the possibility they may be operating from Earth in the form of a Hextocracy and Hextary, it seems hopeless at best.
Where it really becomes bizarre yet offers the best opportunity to see how they operate is when we view the event under the context of the last ETA core concept:
Remember earlier how we felt there was no weapon being used to sink it so it didn't really qualify as a military action? What if the HET at work here on Earth realize that the use of a weapon would draw too much attention? Why not cause an event that will create the impression of human error, an act of nature, or just an unfortunate coincidence of events? Wouldn't this keep the EA from investigating any further and allow the ESH to not only accomplish core concepts 1 and 2 but to have the event trigger an unseen catalyst to play right into core concept 3?
When a tragedy occurs on Earth, what is the first thing the EA think? How can we prevent this from ever happening again? If the ESH know this couldn't they use that weakness against us and use it to get us to unknowingly help them build out the technologically advanced infrastructure the need for partial disclosure. This would also allow for the control of the direction of how the technology is developed and the organizations where the money is funneled into. Also, by tricking the EA into fulfilling this objective, they would also fulfill a goal of misdirection.
Think of the amount of time and money that will be wasted over history trying to figure out what happened. This keeps the EA focused on things like that rather than trying to solve the ET UFO phenomenon. Misdirection combined with the infrastructure buildout is where the repeating patterns that provide a preponderance of evidence really become evident.
If you go back through history, look at militaries as hextaries and view their activity as construction battalions, the demolition and rebuilding of societies start to show repeating patterns that provide a preponderance of evidence. Then, add to that each of the individual tragic events that occur on the planet and how the EA try to learn from the event and build a better more technologically advanced infrastructure and you can see how the technologically advanced society we are developing is following the ETA guidelines when viewed using EARTH methodology.