19 The Ancient Race

Proof of Interdimensional Entities?

Are there any signs that Interdimensional entities exist outside our 3-D realm? Absolutely! For example, in the beginning of 2016, a scientific journal posted a paper claiming that they have now detected what they call Invisible Terrestrial Entities (ITE) with their telescopes, so the phenomenon is becoming more and more mainstream.

Business Television recently ran an article called Thunder Energies Discovers Invisible Entities, based on the above paper, and here is an excerpt from the article,

Thunder Energies Corp (TNRG:OTC) has recently detected invisible entities in our terrestrial environment with the revolutionary Santilli telescope with concave lenses (Trade Mark and patent pending by Thunder Energies). Thunder Energies Corporation has previously presented confirmations of the apparent existence of antimatter galaxies, antimatter asteroids and antimatter cosmic rays detected in preceding tests. In this breaking news, Thunder Energies presents evidence for the existence of Invisible Terrestrial Entities (ITE) of the dark and bright type.

Readers who would like to know, what these Interdimensionals looked like, when they were discovered and imaged, can download the paper, written by the American Journal of Modern Physics. Many of us have seen pictures of these entities before, but never in such a mainstream scientific paper.

This is not as curious as it may sound, however, because it’s a part of the partial disclosure that the Minions are giving us in order for our nervous systems to be prepared for what is to come. They are trying to explain this phenomenon with ITE in scientific terms and even though they fail to do so with their matter-antimatter hypothesis, they are admitting publicly to being open to the idea that there are beings living in frequency bands we humans normally don’t have access to, or are aware of, in today’s world.

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