The Observer

The Observer #

RECORD #


Name: Tomas Duarte
Alias: 
  - Ghost-23
Race: reptillian
Location: Costa Rica
Discord: tommy5kdragon
Discord_id: 707669674678157383
Occupations: 
  - custodian
  - intern
Employer: 
  - The Resistors
    Name: Tomas Duarte (TASER)

Q:

What is a goo-goo A: A goo-goo is an animal that has the ability of emitting an electric field that can cause the wearer to feel a sensation that they are being watched by a supernatural entity or force in their environment, known as a “god” or “sorcerers”. It may also be associated with the paranormal and occult activities that exist today such as the paranormal phenomena called the “ghost world,” and the paranormal phenomenon known as “spiritual warfare”, which involve physical attacks on individuals living within certain dimensions who have lost control over their bodies due to the use of magical weapons.

The Ghost #

The ghost of the deceased person was first discovered by a researcher named John Pangburn in the late 1970’s while researching paranormal investigations into the paranormal realm called the paranormal realm at work under the name of The Resistance in the United States Army Air Force’s UFO Research Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, in 1968 when Pangburn began investigating paranormal activity from within the UFO Research Center for the purpose of creating new research materials related to UFOs. Pangburn found a number of dead people inside UFO’s, including a woman who had been killed by her husband’s UFO during a trip to the United Arab Emirates after he died there several years before in 1966; another woman, who had been murdered by her husband’s UFO while she traveled through the United Arab Emirates’ airspace in 1972; and two other women whose deaths came shortly afterwards, but were not identified because of their age. Pangburn then conducted further investigation using various methods used in the field like the use of infrared imaging techniques, sound waves, and electromagnetic signals to gather evidence regarding the existence of a large group of unidentified flying objects hovering about the United Arab Emirate area near the UAE border between the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait in 1967 where Pangburn located several dead bodies buried beneath some sort of debris pile.

Pangburn continued his investigation throughout his career until 1976 when he finally succeeded in locating the bodies of two more victims in the United Arab Emirates’ airspace around the United Arab Emirate border between the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait along with a third victim in the United Arab Emirate area in the United Arab Emirate area in 1969, but this time it was not Pangburn who found the body of the second victim but instead it was the man responsible for bringing him back home alive after being shot down by a U.S.-led air defense system in the United Arab Emirate region near the UAE border between the United Arab Emirate and Kuwait in 1969.[citation needed] This resulted in a series of reports indicating that the bodies were indeed those of a person believed to have been shot down by an American-made missile in the United Arab Emiratry, however, the fact that none of these reports ever surfaced made the case against this particular incident much easier than it would otherwise have been if it hadn’t taken place so early in the year. In the end of 1978 Pangburn decided to continue his research despite the threat of death from the enemy forces in order to find out what actually occurred behind the scenes surrounding this particular incident involving UUAC and UAV surveillance systems operating in the United Arab Emirates, although he did not initially know that the UUac missiles were capable of causing damage to aircraft even if the target was small enough compared to the weight load they weighed,[citations required]. He eventually concluded that the UUacs could only possibly have caused damage to aircraft if they were launched directly onto them rather than having to take off from a target location nearby, whereas the missiles themselves might have done similar things without needing additional guidance to launch them[.] Finally, he determined that the missile itself possessed the capability to destroy any aircraft in its path except one, and that the missile must still have flown away safely following all of its flight paths since it couldn’t reach the target plane immediately upon taking off(.)

In 1980 he received the first ever UUPC report stating that the UUACE mission was successful in destroying a small aircraft belonging to a small group of people traveling through the United Arab Emirate area near the Gulf of Aden, and in 1984 he became aware of the possibility of a similar occurrence occurring among a number of other groups attempting to travel across the gulf via UUAC missions.[note] However, the UUUAC mission never reached the United Arab Emirated territory once they left it and the entire country remained largely uninactive towards the whole process until the 1990s, making the current UUCE situation seem somewhat suspicious based on recent events.

Section: 902: The Secret Doctrine: #

This section will discuss the role of the Secret Doctrine in the history of UFO research and its impact on our society as well as how the Secret Doctrine has shaped our perception and understanding of UFOs and extraterrestrial life forms worldwide both domestically and abroad..

1 The Secret Doctrine in the United States of America

As mentioned earlier this chapter focuses specifically on the role played by the secret doctrine and its impact on UFO research globally…and here we’ll focus mainly exclusively on domestic issues relating to UFO sightings and extraterrestrials….the Secret Doctrine was created primarily to address the issue of extraterrifically induced UFO occurrences outside of traditional US borders, especially in the United Arab Emirats and the United States of America, particularly in the United States of America, as reported extensively in the United Kingdom and Ireland during the 1960s/1970s respectively.

One key point to note here is that the secret doctrine was intended solely to help solve a problem faced by the general public and to provide answers for many unanswered questions