William Shatner: Prepare Yourself For Massive Death!

Alex Jones explained the meaning behind William Shatner’s observations from looking back at the Earth and ‘’Lamenting the Approaching Catastrophe.’’

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The 90-year-old star of Star Trek, William Shatner, left Blue Origin’s New Shepard aircraft this Wednesday, making him the oldest person to have ever visited the space.

He described this moment as indescribable. In the video below, you can see that he is very emotional while speaking to Bezos.

Read the transcript:

Shatner: In a way, it’s indescribable.

Bezos: That’s what I thought. You have to work on it, it’s so hard to describe.

Shatner: Not only is it different than what you thought, it happens so quickly. You know what I… the impression I had, that I never expected to have, is the shooting up… and there’s new sky.

Shatner: I can’t tell you what you have … if — everybody in the world needs to do this. Everybody in the world needs to see the, um… it’s still too… it was unbelievable, unbelievable. I mean, you know, the little things, the weightlessness. But to see the blue color go whoop by, and now you’re staring into blackness — that’s the thing! The covering of blue was… the sheet, this blanket, this comforter of blue that we have around us, we think, ‘Oh, that’s blue sky.’ And then suddenly you shoot through it all of a sudden, as though you whip off a sheet off you when you’re asleep, and you’re looking into blackness, into black ugliness, and you look down, there’s the blue down there, and the black up there and it’s… it’s just… there is Mother Earth and comfort, and there is — is there death? I don’t know, is that death? Is that the way death is? Whoop, and it’s gone. Jesus. It was so moving to me. This experience, it’s something unbelievable. You see, yeah, you know, weightless, my stomach went up … ‘This is so weird!’

But not as weird as the covering of blue. This is what I never expected! Oh it’s one thing to say ‘Oh the sky and the thing and the fragile’ — it’s all true! But what isn’t true, what is unknown until you do it is there’s this pillow, there’s this soft blue! Look at the beauty of that color! And it’s so thin! And you’re through it in an instant! It’s, what a — how thick is it, do we know? Is it a mile, two miles? … But you’re going 2,000 miles an hour, so you’re through 50 miles, whatever the mathematics … it’s like a beat and a beat and suddenly you’re through the blue! And you’re into black! And you’re into, you know, it’s mysterious and galaxies and things, but what you see is black, and what you see down there is light, and that’s the difference.

And not to have this, [to Bezos] you have done something, I mean whatever those other guys are doing, what isn’t, they don’t, I don’t know about them. What you have given me is the most profound experience I can imagine. I’m so filled with emotion about what just happened, I just… it’s extraordinary, extraordinary. I hope I never recover from this. I hope that I can maintain what I feel now, I don’t want to lose it. It’s so… it’s so much larger than me and life. It hasn’t got anything to do with the little green planet, the blue orb and the — it has nothing to do with that. It has to do with the enormity, and the quickness and the suddenness of life and death and the — oh my god.



 This is life, and that’s death. And it’s, in an instant you go, ‘Whoa, that’s death!’ That’s what I saw. 

And this is the video:

Alex Jones discussed with Shatner and attempted to explain his phrase lamenting a coming catastrophic event.

If you are interested in what this means, don’t forget to watch the video below.


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