The Truth About The Aerial Drone Claims
And ET Reverse Engineered Technology
PART I: June and July 2007
PART II: October and November 2007
PART II - Page 12
UPDATE: In late October 2007, and through November 2007, Dell owned Alienware ran a contest to advertise its upcoming Area-51 M15x and M17x laptops. This contest was advertised as "Decipher the Alien Message and Win a Trip to New York City", and featured the same character symbols as those found on the 'aerial drone' and 'anti-gravity generator' hoax images and objects. With this revelation, the 'aerial drone' hoax has been outed as a viral marketing scheme to advertise the Alienware Area 51 computer laptops. Dell computers purchased Alienware computers in 2006. The alien message contest was advertised at:
There may be some, for whatever reason drives them, who want to promote the idea that Alienware was so smitten by the 'aerial drone' character symbols that the company simply "borrowed" those character symbols for use in their contest. Let me be very clear about this: Alienware didn't "borrow" anything. In the corporate world, it's legal suicide to go around "borrowing" alphabets - and concepts - that don't belong to you. Alienware would not jeopardize itself by engaging in that type of illegal behavior. And for those of you, who think that Alienware did everything legally because they made arrangements with 'Isaac' ... think again. The only way, that 'Isaac' could have legally signed off on the 'alien alphabet', is if he were the creator of that alphabet. Since I already outed the 'aerial drone' and 'anti-gravity generator' as hoaxes, even before Alienware's viral marketing scheme was outed months later, it's safe to say that Alienware didn't "borrow" an alphabet from a stolen black ops project involving ET reverse engineered technology. Such a notion is Illogical. Had Alienware been inspired by the 'aerial' drone' character symbols, instead of having been associated with them, they could have created an alien alphabet of their own for their "Decipher the Alien Message" contest.
Here is evidence of that contest, which includes photos showing Alienware showing off it's contest using the same character symbols that are found on the hoaxed 'aerial drone' and 'anti-gravity generator' images, plus the same character symbols branded into their computer.
This image shows a page from the fictitious Caret Drone document as presented by the character calling himself Isaac. As can be plainly seen the so-called Aerial Drone written language or symbols are the same symbols found in the Dell owned Alien Ware computer contest "Decipher The Alien Ware Message". See the contest photos below for symbol and letter comparison.
Photos of the October 2007 - November 2007 Dell owned Alienware Area 51 MX16 laptop linguistic contest. Starfire Tor discovered that these character symbols, found on the hoaxed 'aerial drone' and 'anti-gravity generator' images, were part of an Alienware viral marketing scheme. Researched by Starfire Tor. [Photos: Alienware]
Photo of Alienware computer, with its 'alien' alphabet branded below the computer's grill. Starfire Tor discovered that these character symbols, found on the hoaxed 'aerial drone' and 'anti-gravity generator' images, were part of an Alienware viral marketing scheme from October 2007 - November 2007. The character symbols, in this arrangement, spell out ALIENWARE. Researched by Starfire Tor. [Photo: Alienware]
I was right, about the 'aerial drone' hoax being connected to a viral marketing scheme associated with computers, as I described in Part I of my investigative report. The viral marketing didn't turn out to be for an XBOX 360 Halo computer game, although my research into that possibility remains valid and informative. This viral marketing scheme did turn out to be for a computer company, Alienware, that has linked its brand to legendary UFO history ... Area 51. 'Isaac's' hoaxed back story involved ET reverse engineering, and the brand name for legendary ET reverse engineering claims involves Area 51.
Here Are All The Links To All The Pages Of Starfire Tor's Aerial Drone Report
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