FW: North Pole Inner Earth Expedition — Update from Dr. Agnew

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2007-12-16 17:04:29

#ygrps-yiv-310087853 .ygrps-yiv-310087853hmmessage P { PADDING-RIGHT:0px;PADDING-LEFT:0px;PADDING-BOTTOM:0px;MARGIN:0px;PADDING-TOP:0px;} #ygrps-yiv-310087853 .ygrps-yiv-310087853hmmessage { FONT-SIZE:10pt;FONT-FAMILY:Tahoma;} www.ufodigest.com/ne… North Pole Inner Earth Expedition Update   Rumors that the Expedition has been cancelled for this next year were started by us.  We needed some time to get some space between us and the powers that “be.”  We got the time.  The Producer has had many dozens of interesting contacts in Hollywood to get us support for the voyage costs.  Although, I hate to sell all the rights to the film and data just to be able to make the voyage.  We may find something very exciting and not be able to bring it to you, because some Hollywood studio owns the footage.    So, we have a solution.  Let’s raise the money ourselves.  We only need $2 million.  That is about 50 cents from each listener to X-Squared Radio.  I know many hundreds of you have gone to the online store and bought things, which has helped more than you know.  We have launched one major documentary, and are about to complete another one in January in preparation to going to the North Pole.  We won the “Genes of Galileo Film Contest,” in Japan this year and have loads of fans out there.  That much has gotten us the notice of some very heavy film makers.  Sounds good, but they really want to show the film…not shoot the film.   You might not know this, but those Discovery Channel shows you like — they cost about $10 thousand a piece to produce.  Cheap cheap cheap.  They pay nothing, and they spend some time in the special effects studio, and then that’s what you get.  But, what would a High-Definition shot down the throat of an Inner Earth opening be worth to you?  What would a color and infrared segment with a large UFO coming up out of the water like the US Navy has reported near this area be worth to you?   That’s right.  We wouldn’t hold anything back.  So, take some time and go to the website and see how you can help us out.  Our 100-man science team wants to take this voyage so badly we can taste it.  We dream about it every night.  We work on it every day.  I am here at 1:15 AM sending this newsletter out to you in hopes of reaching a few million of you to make this happen.   By the way, don’t forget to forward this newsletter to all your friends today!!  Send it around the world if that’s what it takes.  Let’s get this voyage done!   Tune in this Sunday from 5-8PM Pacific time at www.x2-radio.com and make sure you listen closely.   Peace and joy,   Brooks Agnew  

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