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From: "Hoyt A. Stearns Jr." pjrv : Messages : 1225-1225 of 4038
(http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pjrv/messages/1225?) 2006/06/30 22:57:20


From: aeonblueau8008... Date: Mon Nov 11, 2002 6:14 am Subject: Re: Joe McMoneagle on Whitley Strieber's Dreamland Radio program terri8008 Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 > "A high percentage of the mail Whitley receives > from people with paranormal experiences are of > Scottish or Irish background (many names begin > with Mc... (like McMoneagle :-) )! No one to my > knowledge knows why. Thinking about it, I recalled > that my ancestors are Scottish/English :-) ; maybe > that has something to do with why I'm interested." . . . . . Those areas are (historically) steeped in myth and lore, well I guess not myth, most of the stories are real for that culture, Celts. So it's an area where all of that is supported, or one might say "for real". Mcuh as UFO's in mexico and S.America, it's not poohed poohed or denied and supressed it just an accepted phonemena that real, so I think sightings are more common place. But yeah I'd have to agree, the best viewers are Celt, seem to be anyway. > "Joe said that a much higher percentage of > Stargate program participants had serious health > problems than the general population, including > himself. He attributed it to stress, which may well > be (is it really that stressful? )." . . . I think that had been covered years back on lists as Stargate and PJs old one, the fellas were fairly beat up prior to joining the unit,(I mean it was sorta their line of work hazardous or extreme duty) so ill health was not "strange" weird some RI or hex, IMO it just sort of naturally followed suit. What would have been headline news IMO would have been if the fellas/unit all of a sudden developed "good health" and longevity. all the best ~~Terri

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