James I am not sure what this means but I had a flash of a memory riding in a limo in Vegas with Dr Green (Mengle) in front of me, in a black tuxedo with green lining. Barbara bush was next to me in a dress with a fur collar, and the person who I believe is my handler, Ms. frost, was wearing a black dress with short bobbed black hair.
Additionally, I remember another super soldier sitting next to me. We were riding feeling ready, yet in a blank state of mind. Everything feels like a dream but is fairly clear.
We were randomly selected for guard duty from a base to a surface facility. We wore a black ultra modern uniform. As we sat our masks hung down on our chest. I remember seeing a badge with red fire on uniform that looked like this.
It all goes doped out and Mengele is laughing and straight faced at the same time. Everything takes on a orange hue and it all cuts out.
Any ideas what this means?
My little birds reported in claiming you where sitting on the left side of limo. You where with high level annunaki reptilians, but from what I am told anyway they appear to be the more benevolent ones of their kind. Or a better way to put it they were the friendlier group of aggressors. But they are still arrogant and somewhat abusive butt heads. But just not as bad as the others.
The lady with the black hair scupled her hair to look like thick curves weaving above her head. She was responsible for you as well as the rest of the group minus the other soldier who sadly was in the same shape/condition you where. They referred to the SS in the limo with the words that sound something like “star seed”.
You were all going to a rather big meeting or gathering. It was a show yourselves off event as well as business. The meeting room was 23 floors down, at which ever facility they went to. There seem to be a lot of desert around you so Vegas makes sense. Hope this helps. – JR
“Sic semper tyrannis is a Latin phrase meaning “thus, always, to tyrants.” The full quotation, Sic semper evello mortem tyrannis (literally : “Thus always I eradicate tyrants’ lives”), or “death to tyrants” or “down with the tyrant.” The phrase is often said to have originated with Marcus Junius Brutus during the assassination of Julius Caesar.”