Tuesday, March 18, 2008

322 unites Arthur C. Clarke to Yale Skull and Bones

Arthur C. Clarke has just passed away to the great hereafter. He is best known for his work

2001 - A Space Odyssey. Like, Stanley Kubrick, he was believed to have, if not ties to, then at

least knowledge of the inner workings of the Illuminati. He was very open about the fact that he

believed that we - NASA - had discovered life on Mars. This from photos that appeared to show

ruins or structures and shapes that were artificial and not made by purely natural forces like the

wind or meteor impacts.

BACKGROUND:

1. Arthur C. Clarke - Illuminati suspicions: Mr. Clarke actually was trying to build the HAL

supercomputer noted in the movie, that ran amok. Links to MI-5. www.theregister.co.uk/2000/11/28/the_curious_case_of_arthur/ .

2. Arthur C. Clarke involvement in UK nuke bomb project. www.geocities.com/CollegePark/Lab/3771/bomb.html .

3. Sir Arthur C. Clarke wrote 2001 - A Space Odyssey from Room 322 in a Chelsea Hotel

room. scroll down 45% www.room322.com/32501.html .

4. The number for the infamous cult known as the Skull and Bones Society of Yale University

is 322. www.illuminati-news.com/101706a.htm .

5. 332 is linked to the Roswell UFO suspected crash site location. www.scoreboard-canada.com/babylon-322rowellcrash.htm .

6. Arthur Clarke and the 9/11 date. www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread330346/pg1 .

CONCLUSION

Is it possible that Sir Clarke was guided by someone or something when writing 2001? Why

would he be trying to recreate HAL , the computer that ran amok? It is possible that the same

spirit of evil in the crypt at Yale haunts room 322 at the Chelsea Hotel. The reader must decide.

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