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General discussion / Issac Caret Drone Symbols
« Last post by Nyabingi on October 04, 2019, 05:05:19 PM »
Hi there a bit about me i've been following along with the reports of sightings of these drones since they first appeared on the internet in 2007 i've unfortunately never seen one myself but have been very fascinated with them for a long time. anyway the reason for my post is that i've spotted the symbols being used in a video or symbols that look very similar to the ones in some of issacs photos being used in YouTube video alot of these look very similar.


General discussion / Re: Is anyone still here?
« Last post by onthefence on September 09, 2019, 01:06:40 AM »
Here is the namesake being used for real ...

The NASA "Dragonfly" "drone" mission to Saturn’s Titan:

"NASA's Dragonfly Will Fly Around Titan Looking for Origins, Signs of Life"

"it has eight rotors and flies like a large drone"

General discussion / Re: Is anyone still here?
« Last post by tomi on September 08, 2019, 09:21:49 AM »
Twelve years after the event, this mystery continues to occupy my curiosity. Does anyone else still follow it, think about it? Anyone keeping an eye out for new clues that might shed fresh light on this old subject? Anyone watching this group?

Tom Delonge in his Instagram post showed a picture of parts of the done and said "Guess what, it's true".   OK....................    This has me intrigued because I do think that To The Stars has good intentions, so this really has me intrigued.  Hi everyone.  Hopefully someday we will find out who done it or what done it..  If Tom Delonge has info I hope he shares it at some point.
General discussion / Re: Is anyone still here?
« Last post by spf33 on April 05, 2019, 04:26:23 PM »
Still here, real or fake, still intrigued.  I visit every few weeks or so to see if there's anything new.

I always keep my eyes open.

Noticed this a few months ago:

Seems Alienware is still interested.

Screenshot from:

General discussion / Re: Is anyone still here?
« Last post by onthefence on March 29, 2019, 08:50:37 PM »
I ran across this video the other day (

Nice summary and trip down memory lane. Thanks.
General discussion / Re: Is anyone still here?
« Last post by Ipsy on March 29, 2019, 06:19:17 PM »
Linda Howe still has high res photos and possible other info that she may one day decide to share. She also supposedly has Isaac's email address from 2007. Also, Isaac said he may decide to write more one day.

Linda? Isaac? No time like the present.

On a separate note. I ran across this video the other day ( It's about a year old, so some of you may have seen it already, but this guy seems to think the whole drones story was some sort of well funded social art / anonymous / artistic performance thing. Interesting.
General discussion / Re: Is anyone still here?
« Last post by JMK on March 28, 2019, 10:41:19 PM »
I appreciate the contributions of Ipsy and onthefence. At times I've been going back to the photos and documents also, to see if we missed something, somewhere. Trying to connect some dots. But as onthefence explains, something is very wrong here, and our investigations and common sense led us to this conclusion. There is definitely a corpse rotting close by, we just cannot see exactly where that is. So the drone saga was basically deserted through lack of credibility.

This forum only remains, I think, in the off chance that a witness with backbone comes to the fore, who stands up to be counted. Someone the likes of Kenneth Arnold, Travis Walton, Kenju Terauchi, Lonnie Zamora or Ray Bowyer and some of his fellow passengers, who were willing to defend their stories, without adding to them later on. With "witnesses" like the drones had, nothing of value is possible. It is not enough to drop a set of excellent graphics or photos on us, as the crucial human element has to be present to give it substance.

So the drones are mothballed, as nobody likes to be taken as a fool. For a new start a completely new infusion of some sort is necessary, which from the outset behaves differently. Not like "Raji" who gives us the false location of Capitola, and adds his Alfred Hitchcock nonsense to boot. Or Ty who supposedly has 7 fellow witnesses, who all evaporate.
General discussion / Re: Is anyone still here?
« Last post by onthefence on March 28, 2019, 03:32:52 PM »
Well said!

Like so many things in life, we'll never know the whole story.

Now where do we go from here? Is there anything productive that can be done, or should we just be satisfied with the lessons learned on the entertaining journey? Thanks Isaac for all the good times :)

General discussion / Re: Is anyone still here?
« Last post by Ipsy on March 28, 2019, 03:01:51 PM »
I totally get where you're coming from and truly appreciate that point of view. I've recognized in myself the same propensity toward such faith. I've always been a pragmatist though and constantly try to keep my bias from influencing empirical judgement.

I am a skeptic in the truest sense of the word. I simply don't know until I know. Most people define a skeptic as someone who begins from a position of disbelief and looks for evidence against an idea even when the idea is well founded. I stand right in the middle and look for evidence on both sides. To me belief in the rejection of an idea is just as valid as the belief in support of it.

I too would like to believe the drone reality, but more than that I'd really just like to know what the honest basis of truth is either way, in detail and with confident certainty. It is exhausting carrying such curiosity that can't be absolutely settled for this long. If I were to decide for myself right now to give up and pick a side to believe just to relieve the burden of my curiosity, I would choose to believe it's all fake. As you said, the lies and false information outweigh the crumbs of potential evidence to the contrary. In fact, my position on the whole matter evolved a great deal since the beginning of this saga when I felt strongly that it would all be true as presented. I no longer believe that. I believe there is a significant element of deception interwoven with some amount of reality.

My mind simply won't allow me to let it go. In a very real way, my belief is out of my own control. I think it's just the way my mind works. I'll never feel at peace with any stance I take on this or any controversial issue without very hard and clear evidence to base that stance on. Otherwise I will always wonder if I'm on the side of truth or not, and any amount of doubt always undermines belief. I fear I'm relegated to a life of nagging eternal curiosity.
General discussion / Re: Is anyone still here?
« Last post by onthefence on March 28, 2019, 09:50:52 AM »
Yes, both ESB possibilities could be true. But it still revolves around possibilities. Honestly, I would love it to be all true. I think belief depends on a persons experiences. When I first started looking into the case, I did not have many people in my life that lied right to my face. As I proceeded through the case, I encountered so many provable lies from witnesses, and original testimony. In the end, the percentage of lies outweighed the possibilities. I know that statistics is not proof, but neither are possibilities.

Sure, I'd believe it if there was one real piece of evidence that can prove alien intelligence beyond human involvement. For example, lets see the A1 artifact in a museum levitating objects after it has been examined by scientists. So far, every bit of evidence produced has disappeared before coming to light. The whole case became more about faith than science for me.
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