Excerpt from a conference call where Greer is claiming both Goode & Tompkins (“and others”) are hallucinating through the use of psychotronic technology.
I am convinced from listening to Greer for 10 years that this is legitimately his own idea and not being “fed” from some intelligence sources.
I think he is simply using his current and unchanging belief systems to try to make everything fit, just like any fundamentalist theologian might do in trying to extrapolate things from the Bible that aren’t there. It is quite remarkable to me how similar his pattern of polarized thinking is with those Christians who make the stretch to say all ETs are trickster entities/demons through their own fear of facing a larger paradigm which could include things they don’t yet understand.
I think we can agree to disagree with Dr Greer on this matter. I think we can easily forgive him for not being the unifying figure we would like to see, because he is so open about his reasoning and motives (avoiding a hoaxed ET false flag).
Ultimately fear begets fear, and the important point I would make is that there is nothing to fear about negative beings or the unknown (earthly or non-earthly) when you get your spiritual philosophy straight and an understanding of universal laws, and it is from our shared spiritual philosophy that we will always find the common ground that matters most. David Wilcock also recently discussed that concept in his excellent latest interview with George Noory.