Discovered (2:31 am) :
Astonishing new evidence of alien activity on earth.
Stopped at an all-night drug store in a strange neighborhood tonight between pizza deliveries for a can of guarana and some hydrogen pyroxide and spotted this alien health product, right out on a shelf beside the dental floss ============>>>>
And no you’re not dreaming. Trust me, I thought the same thing. But it does in fact say, ANTI-GRAVITY CREAM. A cream that is clearly designed to assist alien beings adapt to the gravitational forces of our planet by neutralizing its effect on the body when you apply it.
This Anti-Gravity Cream by Dermaglob promises aliens the ability to overcome earth’s centripetal force for a mere $89.00. This price seems pretty reasonable to me, considering NASA spends around 20 billion doing the same thing!
But to be fair to NASA, it’s unclear how many tubes of this gravity defying cream one would need to achieve weightlessness or how long the anti-gravity effect would last.
Unfortunately I was not able to test it. By the time I realized I was NOT asleep on a bad dreamcation, I took this photo with my iPhone before the clerk made a beeline for me. I have to say, she seemed strange and maybe little bit floaty.
And did she ever move FAST. She grabbed the bottle right out of my hand and asked if she could help me. When I asked her just how much Anti-Gravity Cream it would take for me to float out of there, she pretended I was joking. Clever.
But I persisted. I asked her if I could just try some, a little bit, just to see. But no. It’s not made for you, she says. I WONDER WHY! I didn’t say that but I thought it. I hope she couldn’t read minds. Anyway, she stood there guarding the shelf until I had to go on another call.
Which is too bad because the next call was 3 extra-larges to a fifth floor walk up – I could have used a little help with gravity.
So has anyone else spotted this cream in their neighborhood? And if so were you able to try it?by Seth Greening - Visit SethOnSurvival.com
Seth, is it strange that my friend uses that? I mean I always thought something was hostile about him. It made me want to bark at him or bite him or something
Both strange and suspicious! Have you scanned him? More importantly, does he float? Are you able to get your hands on this cream to test it? If so does it work? And for how long?
(I’ve been trying to re-locate the store where I took this photo but no luck. Think maybe the aliens vaporized it after they saw the article? I don’t know. But I tried at another drugstore and the clerk didn’t act surprised, she just said they didn’t any in stock. So she knew about it.)
Hey could a dog be an alien he for some reason loves cat food and floats well only a little
Thanks for you comment/question. It’s not only POSSIBLE for your dog to be an alien, it is highly probable! Dogs are considered excellent space travellers due to their tolerance of – some would say preference for – long periods of inactivity. Space pooches have a long and storied history here on earth – it’s reasonable to imagine other civilizations would discover this fact too. Was your dog a mixed breed? Or a stray? If yes, this increases the odds you’re hanging with a “muttnik,” (earth slang for space dog!)
I truly hate bursting your bubble on this one, but this is sort of like age defying cream! It makes wrinkles defy gravity!!! I am very sure that there is alien activity on Earth, but this isn’t it!!
Thanks for your observation. While I agree this cream may have the side effect of mitigating skin wrinkles in the same way that standing on the moon without a space suit would technically eliminate wrinkles, the label here clearly states that it helps the user resist gravitational fields and centripedal forces. We all know who needs this kind of assistance here on earth. Why else wouldn’t the clerk let me try it?
Thanks for keeping on,
I agree with Phia I you look close at the pic. It says “improves frimness of skin” but I also do not think there are alien life forms in Earth. I hope you will take my words into consideration.
Hail Hail whose sneaky comment I fHailed to Hail in fHebruary! Thanks for this observation re: anti-gravity cream discovery. While I agree the product does state it improves firmness of the skin, it also clearly indicates 80% of users reported floating! An effect not to be taken lightly as you can see by pauzzis’ comment below. I suggest the firm skin is merely a side-effect or off-label use of this mysterious cream.
Thank you for keeping on and for considering this evidence: http://sethonsurvival.com/?p=1670&cpage=1#comment-39531
my aunt has this product and i tryied it and i floted for 5 sec. then i fell to the ground but it also helped me with my face 😉 it’s softer that ever !!! 😉 😉 😉
WOOOW TRIPPY I BELIVE!!
My freind has this and she said it was just some fancy lotion.i asked if I can use it,and she hurriedly snatched it away and the way she snatched it made me howling mad(pardon mah pun) 😡 I thes scanned her and asked questions,and it said alien.i am confused and a little scared,what should I do?