Time twins
2012-10-15 0:00

By Peter Fotis Kapnistos | Unexplained Mysteries

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg looks like a painting of Philip IV, king of Spain and Portugal in the 1600s. Hollywood star Nicolas Cage bears a striking resemblance to an amazing 140-year-old photo of a man believed to have lived in Tennessee at the time of the American Civil War. In folklore, a doppelganger or “double walker” is the psychic double of a living person. Is it perhaps an indication of cloaked time travel, reincarnation, or just a matching coincidence?

One of the spirited 2012 end-of-time caution symbols is the chance of a new planet going through the middle of our solar system. The conventional press rebuffs every Planet X report, but Pentagon scientists have said since the 1980s that a gravitational body does in fact linger beyond the edge of our solar system and it has a measurable effect on the outer planets. Some have claimed “Nibiru” is not a planet after all but a brown dwarf star with its own active satellite system. Yet, the most mind-boggling outlook (confirmed in 1994) is that a dwarf galaxy - SagDEG - is merging with our Milky Way galaxy at over a million miles per hour. But don’t be troubled. They don’t smash (except in reactors). Neutrinos and possibly “God particles” from the mingled Sagittarius dwarf galaxy are passing right through your body every day.

The FBI recently launched an online document archive they call “The Vault.” Inside those is a memo written by Guy Hottel, special agent in charge of the Washington Field Office, to the FBI Director on March 22, 1950, concerning flying saucers. With this file the FBI ostensibly admitted out of the blue that aliens are here. Aggravated by the Hollywood thrill of technological innovation and the well-timed savvy of German rocket discipline, some folks frankly think the Fuehrer of Nazi Germany may have been an alien double-cross. Even so, before we get to that explanation let’s look at the doppelganger quandary of political decoys.

Illuminati Family Album

Some forensic investigators lately claim to have stumbled upon an “Illuminati family album.” Masked as a conservative Germanic family circle, it is allegedly a fictitious household to conceal the identities of ardent Nazi scientists who were brought to America through Project Paperclip.

Project Paperclip was the formal recruitment of German space scientists and their families into the United States at the end of the Second World War through an ambiguity of the Witness Protection Program. They were given new identities.

The Witness Protection Program provides for the relocation and protection of a witness or potential witness of the federal or state government in an official proceeding concerning serious offenses. Witnesses and their families typically get new identities with authentic documentation. Housing, subsistence for basic living expenses, and medical care are provided to the witnesses.

Being undercover is disguising one’s own identity or using an assumed identity for the purpose of gaining information or evidence. Traditionally it is a technique employed by law enforcement agencies around the world. A person who works in such a role is commonly referred to as an undercover agent.

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