Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Cheeky Response After Non-Leap Of Faith
On December 21, 2012 "UFO lawyer" Peter Gersten waited for a portal to open up over Bell Rock in Sedona, Arizona. With everything perfectly aligned at the time of the winter solstice, Gersten planned to leap from the towering rock and enter the portal, resetting the cosmic computer that controls our world.
But no portal and so no leap that day.
I've been trying to find more info about the aftermath of the Leap of Faith, the failure of the portal to appear. So far Peter Gersten has been staying low, under the Google radar. His website, http://www.1111invitation2012.info/, was inactive for a while but I decided to check it one more time. This image -- semi-censored by yours truly because after all this is a family blog -- greeted me:
A Google search using the keywords "Peter Gersten website" shows a link to the site and the above image with the note "A final word from Peter." Only the image is found at the site, no commentary or other images.
Assuming that his site wasn't hacked by a trickster, what we see is Gersten (or a close friend) in the image atop Bell Rock. Gersten did claimed that our world is a hologram controlled by a intelligently designed program operated by a cosmic computer. He was quoted that a virus had infected the computer, screwing up our air, food and water. If the portal had opened, Gersten thought he would travel the center of the galaxy and restore balance, thus saving our world.
The image presently up at his website seems to be implying that since the portal didn't materialize, a full moon reset might work. No response to the attempt has been received yet from the galactic center.
Posted by Ray Palm (Ray X) at 12:17 AM