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This week Conspiracy Journal brings you such Cosmic stories as:

Star Consciousness: An Alternative to Dark Matter -
Mystery Surrounds New Jersey Reservoir -
- Farmer Blames Heat Rays for Cows' Deaths -
- The Dark Side of UFOs-
AND: Vatican Publishes Guide on how to Deal with 'Supernatural Phenomena'

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Weird Inventions of the Strangest Men Who Ever Lived!

Men of Mystery - Nikola Tesla and Otis T. Carr


Here are plans for a "Telephone" to call other planets. . .An apparatus that can read the human aura. . .a disc-shaped craft that can take us to the moon in under an hour.

NIKOLA TESLA - Though chosen to share the 1912 Nobel Prize in Physics with Edison, Tesla refused the award and during his life tore up royalty contracts which would have earned him millions of dollars. Not much is known about this "strange" loner as Tesla spent most of his life in total seclusion. However, those who did know him even slightly say he was not a normal human, but a real SUPERMAN, either a reincarnated master -- or a spaceman with superior mental powers placed here to assist in earth's technological development.

OTIS T. CARR - A student of Tesla's, the Baltimore-based engineer believed that every person should have the opportunity to travel to other planets which he believed to be inhabited by human-looking space people as physical as you and I. Based on conversations with his mentor, Carr constructed a flying saucer-shaped device that he believed would take us to the moon and beyond. He received much ridicule and harassment that eventually landed him in jail under bogus charges of fraud -- the government claiming that it is impossible to create an operational free energy device. History has made Tesla out to be merely a scientist and an engineer when he was really MUCH MORE. There is an entirely different part of his live story -- and it is an UNEARTHLY ONE!

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Star Consciousness: An Alternative to Dark Matter
By Paul Gilster

Gregory Matloff is a major figure in what might be called the ‘interstellar movement,’ the continuing effort to analyze our prospects for travel to the stars. Greg is Emeritus Associate Professor and Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Physics at New York City College of Technology as well as Hayden Associate at the American Museum of Natural History.

In the summer of 2011, Dr. Matloff delivered a paper in London at the British Interplanetary Society’s conference on the works of philosopher and writer Olaf Stapledon, the author of Star Maker (1937). One of Stapledon’s startling ideas was that stars themselves might have a form of consciousness. Greg’s presentation went to work on the notion in light of anomalous stellar velocities and asked what might make such an idea possible. An excerpt of his paper on the seemingly incredible notion follows.

The Dark Matter hypothesis has been invoked as an explanation for the fact that stars revolve around the centers of their galaxies faster than can be accounted for by observable matter. After decades of failed experimental searches, dark matter has remained elusive. As an alternative to the Dark Matter hypothesis, a idea first presented by author Olaf Stapledon is developed in this paper. Stars are considered to be conscious entities maintaining their galactic position by their volition.

It is shown that directed stellar radiation pressure and stellar winds are insufficient to account for this anomalous stellar velocity. Previous research rules out magnetism. A published theory of psychokinetic action that does not violate quantum mechanics is discussed, as is the suggestion that stellar consciousness could be produced by a Casimir effect operating on molecules in the stellar atmosphere.

It is shown that a discontinuity in stellar velocities as a function of spectral class exists. Cooler red stars in the solar neighborhood move faster than hotter, blue stars, as would be expected if the presence of molecules in stars was a causative factor. Further research in experimentally validating the psychokinetic effect and demonstrating the role of the Casimir effect in consciousness is required to advance the concepts presented here beyond the hypothesis stage.

The motions of our Sun and other stars around the centers of their galaxies cannot be fully accounted for the presence of observable stellar or non-stellar matter. Possible modifications to Einstein-Newton gravitation do not seem appropriate since general relativity has easily passed every experimental test to date. Cosmologists hypothesize the existence of a non-reactive, non-observable but gravitating substance dubbed “dark matter” to account for the discrepancy. Dark matter seems to out-mass ordinary matter, according to many estimates.

But science requires observation or experimental validation for even the most beautiful of theoretical constructs. The continuing failure to detect or observe candidate dark matter objects or particles presents astrophysics with a very serious anomaly. Perhaps, as was the case in the late 19th century with the failure to confirm the ether hypothesis, the solution to the dark matter paradox may require a change in paradigm.

Here, we reintroduce a 1937-vintage hypothesis of the British philosopher/science-fiction author Olaf Stapledon. In his monumental visionary novel Star Maker, Stapledon develops the thesis that stars are conscious and their motions around the galactic center are due to voluntary stellar adherence to the canons of a cosmic dance. This is admittedly an extraordinary hypothesis. But if dark matter remains elusive and undetected no matter how expensive and elaborate the equipment seeking it, exotic alternatives cannot be dismissed out of hand.

Defining consciousness is not easy. We are all rather certain of our own consciousness and relatively convinced that other humans are conscious as well. Most would agree that whales, dolphins, chimps, cats and dogs are conscious organisms as well. But how about snakes, corn, amoeba, and bacteria? Do in fact the mechanisms that support consciousness in the higher animals, in fact, require billions of years of organic evolution to develop? Or does consciousness in some form permeate the entire universe?

Some, like Walker, conclude that consciousness cannot be defined. Instead, it must be thought of as the immediate experience of the world around us and our internal thoughts and emotions. Bohm believes that conscious thought is a process rather than an object. Kafatos and Nadeau argue that this process in some perhaps pantheistic sense permeates the entire universe. Many theories have developed to fit this elusive phenomenon into the framework of physical science.

The concepts developed in this paper accept that consciousness, like gravitation, is built into the structure of the universe. Like gravitation, it cannot be explained by invoking fields or matter independently but requires the interaction of both.

Many of the quantum-physics-based theories of organic consciousness postulate that a universal consciousness field interacts with electrically conducting nanostructures within the cell or nervous system. In higher animals (such as humans) the ~20-nm inter-synaptic spacing in the brain’s neuronal structure have been suggested and analyzed by Evan Harris Walker as locations of the quantum-level events contributing to consciousness. But all living eukaryotic cells contain microtubules. As suggested by Lynn Margolis, a form of “microbial consciousness” may be centered upon these nano-structures.

Various quantum phenomena within these nanostructures have been suggested as the primary “active agents” of consciousness. These include quantum tunneling, quantum entanglement, and the Casimir Effect. It is known that the Casimir Effect—a pressure caused by vacuum fluctuations—is a component of molecular bonds.

We propose the following Casimir-Effect approach to stellar consciousness. It is assumed that the interaction with vacuum fluctuations produces a form of consciousness in all molecular bonds, although this is weaker than the forms of consciousness affected by the interaction of vacuum fluctuations with organic nanostructures such as microtubules and the inter-synaptic spacing. Admittedly this is a pantheistic approach to the universe. All molecules to a certain extent are conscious. Stars cool enough to contain stable molecules are therefore conscious, at least to some extent. Over a very long period of time, they can apply psychokinetic effects to maintain their galactic position and remove at least some of the requirement for the thus-far undetected dark matter.

The ideas presented above might fit in the realms of philosophy and science fiction rather than physics unless there were some observational supporting evidence. A literature search was conducted to determine whether there is a kinematical discontinuity in stellar proper motion depending upon star surface temperature and occurring in the stellar spectral classes for which molecular lines and bands appear.

Since the 1950’s, such a discontinuity has in fact been recognized. Dubbed Parenago’s discontinuity, it refers to the fact that red, cooler stars have faster motions in the direction of galactic rotation than do blue, cooler stars. 

Although it is provocative that Parenago’s stellar velocities around the galactic center increase with molecular abundance in the stellar photosphere, this paper does not claim to prove stellar consciousness as an alternative to dark matter. There are many other more conventional alternative explanations for anomalous stellar kinematics that must be considered as well.

But the validity of some of the assumptions presented here will be confirmed if future work demonstrates that PK effects can be reliably repeated in a laboratory environment. Other assumptions will be validated if future nano-scale computers achieve some level of consciousness when the size of computing elements reaches molecular levels.

If stellar consciousness can be demonstrated to be a reasonable dark matter alternative, major challenges will be presented to the SETI community. How exactly do we communicate with conscious, possibly sentient entities with lifetimes so long that a century seems like a second? And if we can’t do this successfully, how do we prevent the catastrophic wars between planetary and stellar intelligence in Star Maker as human interplanetary capabilities mature?

Read the entire paper at: http://www.centauri-dreams.org/?p=23203


Mysterious Radiation Burst Recorded in Tree Rings

Spike in carbon-14 levels indicates a massive cosmic event — but supernovae and solar flares ruled out.

Just over 1,200 years ago, the planet was hit by an extremely intense burst of high-energy radiation of unknown cause, scientists studying tree-ring data have found.

The radiation burst, which seems to have hit between ad 774 and ad 775, was detected by looking at the amounts of the radioactive isotope carbon-14 in tree rings that formed during the ad 775 growing season in the Northern Hemisphere. The increase in 14C levels is so clear that the scientists, led by Fusa Miyake, a cosmic-ray physicist from Nagoya University in Japan, conclude that the atmospheric level of 14C must have jumped by 1.2% over the course of no longer than a year, about 20 times more than the normal rate of variation.

"The work looks pretty solid," says Daniel Baker, a space physicist at the University of Colorado's Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics in Boulder, Colorado. "Some very energetic event occurred in about ad 775."

Exactly what that event was, however, is more difficult to determine.

The 14C isotope is formed when highly energetic radiation from outer space hits atoms in the upper atmosphere, producing neutrons. These collide with nitrogen-14, which then decays to 14C. (The fact that this is always happening because of background radiation is what produces a continuous source of 14C for radiocarbon dating.)

The only known events that can produce a 14C spike are floods of gamma rays from supernova explosions or proton storms from giant solar flares. But neither seems likely, Miyake says, because each should have been large enough to have had other effects that would have been observed at the time.

A massive supernova, for example, should have been bright enough to produce a 'new' star visible even in the daytime, as was the case for two known supernovae in ad 1006 and ad 1054. Such an explosion would have needed to be brighter than either of these, Miyake says, because those events were not large enough to leave traces in the 14C record.

It is possible, she says, that the proposed event might have occurred in the far southern skies, where astronomers of the era wouldn't have seen it. But still, she says, if it did happen, today's X-ray and radio astronomers should have found signs of a "tremendously bright" remnant of the explosion.

As for solar flares, she says, anything that could have produced the required amount of super-high-energy protons would have vastly exceeded the most intense solar outburst ever recorded. There should have been a historical record of extraordinary auroras — not to mention that such a gigantic flare would probably have destroyed the ozone layer, with devastating ecological consequences.

Baker, however, thinks that Miyake's team may have been too quick to rule out a solar flare. Flares are sometimes associated with coronal mass ejections (CMEs) — huge eruptions of magnetically charged plasma from the Sun's atmosphere that send streams of charged particles towards Earth. It might be possible, he says, for CMEs to be accompanied by conditions in which an unusual number of protons are accelerated to super-high energies, even without the flare itself being "ridiculously strong".

"We know much more these days about how important proton acceleration is at the shock fronts that precede CME structures as they propagate towards Earth," Baker says. "I would like to think about whether a strong CME moving directly towards Earth could have produced the intense proton population that impacted Earth's atmosphere."

"It would be fascinating," Baker adds, "if there were some record in China or in the Middle East that reported powerful aurora or some other such event" around the same time as the observed 14C increase.

Source: Nature


Farmer Blames Heat Rays for Cows' Deaths

RCMP officer assured Werner Bock that aliens are not flying over his farm.

A cattle farmer from the Petitcodiac area is facing a charge for failing to give his cows adequate medical attention but he argues there is a conspiracy against him that involves heat rays harming his animals.

Werner Bock is charged with failing to give his cows adequate medical attention but he told a Moncton provincial court on Monday that someone is after him and his animals.

Bock accuses the RCMP and veterinarians of ignoring what's happening on his eastern New Brunswick farm.

He said he's lost up to 200 animals in the last 10 years and he's posted a video on the internet where he claims to expose the mystery. The farmer says heat rays are to blame for his cows’ deaths.

Bock goes on to say the authorities are refusing to take him seriously about the heat rays.

“This was covered up by the veterinarians and then it was covered up by the RCMP,” he said in a video.

The video also shows pictures of thin cows that are losing their hair.

In a pre-trial meeting on Monday, Bock tried to subpoena three provincial veterinarians and three RCMP officers to testify.

Provincial Court Judge Jolene Richard noted two of the individuals will already be testifying. But they will be testifying against Bock as witnesses for the prosecution.

As for the others, the judge said she wasn't sure how relevant they would be to the trial.

Bock wants to call a veterinarian who found no evidence of burns on his cows.

He also wants to call a police officer he says assured him there were no aliens flying over his farm.

The trial will be held in September.

Source: CBC


Cattle Mutilations and the Government
By Nick Redfern

Mentioning to many of the leading lights in the field of so-called “Cattle Mutilations” the idea that the admittedly weird phenomenon might have far more to do with the the work of a clandestine group in government or the military than it does with black-eyed aliens from some far away galaxy, is likely to result in a response of an overwhelmingly negative and defensive nature. Belief (particularly of the Mulder-like “I want to believe” variety) is a very powerful tool when it comes to concluding this or that is linked to the UFO puzzle. And that goes for cattle-mutes, too.

But – say the full-on believers in the theory that E.T. like to chow down on a nice tasty steak now and again - if not the aliens, then who else could be responsible? For the most part, they scoff at the idea of predators, cults and the government (the latter being “them” in paranoia-land) as the culprits.

The fact of the matter, however, is that – for decades, no less – various official bodies have taken a clandestine and concerned interest in animal deaths and injuries all across the United States. But not for reasons relative to the actions of menacing, meat-loving extraterrestrials. Nope, the reasons are much different and, in many ways, far more disturbing. We’re talking about shadowy figures sabotaging the food-chain via deliberate, terrorist-style actions and officialdom’s secret and sometimes panicky attempts to stop it.

Think I’m wrong? Think the government could not keep – and still isn’t keeping – a careful and secret watch on the U.S. cattle population for reasons of a national security nature? If you do, it’s time to think again. Read on…

Bacteriological Warfare in the United States is a fascinating FBI document – declassified into the public domain via the terms of the Freedom of Information Act – that covers the years 1941 to 1950. Notably, of the file’s original 1,783 pages, no less than 1,074 have been firmly withheld from declassification by the FBI. The file reveals a wealth of illuminating and disturbing data on animal disease and death, and their potential, theoretical links to bacteriological warfare and sabotage by hostile nations and individuals.

For example, J.R. Ruggle, the FBI Special-Agent-in-Charge at the Savannah, Georgia office of the Bureau in the early-to-mid 1940s, wrote thus to FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover on February 3, 1943: “This office has received a copy of a communication from JOHN T. BISSELL, Colonel, General Staff, Assistant Executive Officer, Military Intelligence Service,Washington,D.C., dated December 29, 1942, to directors of intelligence in all Service commands…”

Colonel Bissel’s communication read:

“It has been brought to the attention of this division the possibility in the immediate future of an attempt on the part of the enemy to plant bombs containing germs or to endeavor to create an epidemic, such as hoof and mouth disease, among cattle and other livestock. It is requested that should any information concerning the above come to the attention of the Directors of Intelligence of the Service Commands or the A.C. of S. [Assistant Chief of Staff], G-2 [Army Intelligence], Western Defense Command, that the same be transmitted by the most expeditious means to the Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2 War Department.”

Evidently, such matters were of keen concern to U.S. Intelligence. And that concern did not go away any time soon. In 1944, the FBI prepared a document that dealt with the scenario of a widespread attack on the U.S. cattle herd via unconventional, bacteriological warfare. The document states:

“A review of the book entitled ‘Sabotage’ by Michael Sayers and Albert E. Kahn, which was published in September of 1942, discloses the following data: The complete record of sabotage carried out by Chernov, supposedly of the German Intelligence service in Russia during 1930 to 1936 is too long to put into the book according to the authors, but includes – killing off pedigree breed-stock and raising cattle mortality by artificially infecting cattle with various kinds of bacteria – effecting a shortage of serum to counteract epidemics of anthrax so that, in one instance, 25,000 horses perished as a result of Chernov’s sabotage – infecting tens of thousands of pigs with erysipelas and with certain plagues by having virulent bacteria placed in medicinal sera.

“In another point, the authors have asked the question: ‘Could such wholesale sabotage of agriculture as took place in the Soviet Union take place in the United States of America?’ They then answer the question that, regardless of how fantastic it might sound, such diabolical sabotage was actually practiced by German saboteurs in 1915 in the United States of America.”

The FBI elaborated further:

“Anton Dilger, a German-American medical graduate from John Hopkins University, was in Germany when the First World War broke out. He offered his services to the Kaiser, and was promptly detailed by Colonel Nicolai to do secret service work in the United States. Dilger returned to America with a supply of cultures of glanders and anthrax germs. Financed by von Papen, he set up a laboratory in Chevy Chase, near Washington, and started breeding germs on a large scale for infecting mules, horses, and cattle awaiting shipment to the allies.

“This man then organized a band of some twelve assistants to travel around the country, carrying Dilger’s germs in small glass phials stopped with corks through which a needle extended. This roving band jabbed their deadly needles into the livestock.

“They also spread germs by placing them in fodder and drink. Thousands of soldiers, as well as horses and cattle, died as a result of Dilger’s germs. At last Dilger revolted against his mission of silent death. He was murdered by German spies a few months before the end of the war. Could it happen here? It did happen here!”

The FBI’s declassified records from 1945 reveal that the issue of cattle being potentially affected by bacteriological warfare was a major one. A memo to Hoover dated July 6, 1945 states: “You may be interested in the following information which was reported by the SAC [Special-Agent-in-Charge] of the Norfolk Field Division following a Weekly Intelligence Conference on June 28, 1945.”

The document refers to the work of a man (whose identity is concealed to this day within the pages of the declassified documents) employed by the then-Army Air Force at Langley Field, Virginia, and who had “been assigned to handling investigations concerning the landing of Japanese balloons in the states of North and South Dakota and Nebraska.”

In a summary report, the SAC at Norfolk informed Hoover: “I was interested to learn that recently several Japanese balloons were found in that territory which were determined to have been carrying bacteria. The bacteria consisting of Anthrax, are placed in the hydrogen. I was told that such bacteria mainly affects cattle. When the bacteria lands on wheat or other types or farm land where food is being raised for the cattle, the bacteria remain in the food when it is eaten by the cattle, and upon human consumption of the milk or meat, the bacteria can be passed on.”

Particularly notable is a July 11, 1949 document that refers to the FBI’s desire to acquire “…world-wide information on animal diseases and animal population.” And, one year later, the FBI was still collecting such data. On October 19, 1950, the FBI prepared a document titled Abnormal Loss of Hogs in Nebraska and Illinois that dealt with an unusually high number of hog deaths in the aforementioned states – as a result of cholera. The files, however, make it clear that, in official, FBI quarters, the nature of the animals’ deaths had been viewed with deep suspicion.

It was concluded that the deaths were due to a “variant virus” or “atypical virus” that stemmed from “local conditions and the physical conditions of the hogs.” The important factor, however, is that this document was found within a file specifically focused upon bacteriological warfare. In other words, the FBI was still looking closely at any and all animal deaths that might not have wholly conventional explanations.

Of great significance is the fact that one of the cases that the FBI examined – and that is described in a heavily-redacted memo of May 29, 1950 – dealt with the finding of plague-infected rats at the highly sensitive Sandia Base, New Mexico, and which was viewed in some quarters as being the result of nothing less than a deliberate attempt to clandestinely introduce a widespread plague on Sandia by hostile, unknown sources.

As an example, a document prepared by the FBI’s Special-Agent-in-Charge at its Albuquerque, New Mexico on June 22, 1950, titled Bacteriological Warfare – Espionage-Sabotage (Bubonic Plague), refers to rumors then flying around the official world that an outbreak of bubonic plague in New Mexico’s rat population may have been the result of deliberate, bacteriological warfare-related activities by – once again – hostile, unknown forces.

The FBI noted with respect to its interview with a plague expert, who is identified only as a “Miss Greenfield” that: “…[She] is acquainted with the presence of the plague among wild rodents in New Mexico and in the United States for several years. It has now reached an area from the West Coast to a line running north and south at approximately the border of New Mexico.”

The FBI continued: “From August 1949 there were four cases among humans in New Mexico. Briefly, these four cases, one of which was fatal, were reported in New Mexico. Each case indicated that the victim had shortly before the illness, handled wild rodents which he had killed. The one case in New Mexico which was fatal was not diagnosed as the plague until after death.”

Notably, the FBI subsequently received from the Public Health Service two charts displaying the outbreaks of plague in both New Mexico and the continental United States during that period. And as the FBI noted with respect to the Public Health Service: “…they have found positive evidence of the plague among wild rodents in the states lying west of a line directly north of the east boundary of the state of New Mexico.”

The FBI’s Special-Agent-in-Charge at Albuquerque concluded his report thus: “Miss Greenfield has been requested to advise this office concerning any pertinent developments of the plague in New Mexico or in the United States that may come to her attention. In the event such developments are received, the Bureau will be immediately advised.”

And, in essence, those are the significant, declassified portions of the file. Taking into consideration the fact that we now know senior elements of, and agencies within, the government were taking a deep – albeit secret – interest and concern in cases of unusual disease and death in the U.S. animal population in the 1940s and 1950s, is it really out of the question to suggest they might have done exactly the same thing since the 1960s and right up to the present day?

And, that being so, what better way to hide such actions than behind a smokescreen of alien-themed “cattle mutilations”?

After all, such a smokescreen (or maybe “meme” might be better and more accurate) would keep away the “serious” media, who would lump the phenomenon in with the likes of Roswell, Nessie and Bigfoot and largely ignore it or poke fun at it. UFO researchers would be kept busy chasing non-existing alien butchers. And the debunkers – some of who are hardly strangers when it comes to acting as fawning, pathetic apologists for government – would be content to suggest it’s all the work of coyotes, mountain-lions, birds, insects, etc., etc.

Cattle mutes are real – believe it. But the culprits are not who many think they are (or so desperately want them to be)….

Source: Mysterious Universe


The Dark Side of UFOLOGY
By Timothy Green Beckley

It’s UFOlogy’s dirty little secret. It’s something that is better left swept under the rug.  Stanton Friedman doesn’t talk about it. Stephen Bassett most assuredly would keep the subject at arm’s length. The late Richard Hall would have deleted you from his address book. And Steven Greer would never consider it part of his ongoing Disclosure program.  

To coin ourselves a catch-all phrase that brings together all the negative aspects of the subject, I prefer to call it the DARK SIDE OF UFOLOGY!

It would appear – at least at first glance – that only those who consider themselves Christian fundamentalists have a rigorous drum to beat on behalf of the subject matter  we are considering – that at least some UFOs can rightfully be tied in with Demonic phenomenon. It would seem to be almost an exclusive element of their zealous faith based  belief system that contends anything remotely occult or supernatural—and that would definitely include UFOs -- has a stanch  ally in the devil and his minions.  Christian apologist,   Dave Hunt has stated, “the same people that run UFOs are the same people that run haunted houses.“

Indeed, it has become more apparent even by those who for decades held dearly to a deep belief that UFOs must be interplanetary in nature, that there is a paranormal nature to this enigma that cannot easily be set aside. Several top notch researchers -- such as the late Dr J. Allen Hynek’s former associates Ted Phillips and Philip Imbrogno --  have come to realize that we are NOT dealing solely with physical craft from outer space occupied by off-world astronauts coming  to warn us that we might possibly annihilate ourselves either ecologically or in the course of our warlike nature.  

More and more emphasis needs to be placed on the spiritual, occult and paranormal nature of the phenomenon seen in our skies and invading our homes and personal boundaries. It’s not all “sweetness and light,” kiddies. The truth is that there are a host of negative elements associated with UFO encounters. Some of the entities involved could very well be leading us down the primrose path. You can believe, and the evidence clearly is undisputable, that there are cosmic criminals in our midst who have successfully managed to possess and control the minds of  utterly frightened participants who had no warning that they were to be caught up inside a nightmarish web of confusion and chaos.

There are numerous aspects of this dark side of UFOs that we  examine closely in our just published book Round Trip To Hell In A Flying Saucer: UFO Parasites, Alien Soul Suckers, Invaders From Demonic Realms.

+ The connection between UFOs, demons, and possibly Satan himself.

+ The fascination for and the link between Nazism, occultism and post WWII German-made flying saucers.

+ The ghastly exercise of blood draining and human sacrifice throughout antiquity and their relationship to animal and human mutilations and blood letting in modern times, which align closely to the appearance of UFOs in specific theaters of operation on our planet.

+ The weird claims of John Lear that aliens are coming here to kidnap humans and not return them. That people are being used for food, and how “they” are performing sadistic experimentations upon us, and are attempting to suck out our souls and place them in “containers” for their own perverted use.

+ The Islamic belief in the normally invisible elementals identified in the Koran as the Jinn and how these malevolent spirits are able to misrepresent themselves by camouflaging their true identity and traveling around at fantastic speeds.

+ Shape shifters who can turn into human looking beings, animals, orbs, fireballs or manifest themselves even as physical “hardware” to fool us into believing they are mechanical devices.

+ The casting of magical spells, occult rituals and the ability to conjure up

spirits and beings often mistaken for UFOnauts but more closely aligned with the elemental kingdom.

I don’t think a week went by when my mail box (not the one that is part of your Windows or Mac, but the one that stands, or used to stand, at the curb) wasn’t jammed with a couple of large manila envelopes from William C. Lamb.

To be honest, our “correspondence” was mostly one sided. To me, Lamb was a bit of a nutter (British for crackpot). He claimed to have images of heaven and even God’s throne that astronomers had photographed through high powered telescopes that exist on the edge of the galaxy. To him the ole man in the clouds was as real as you or I and the Lord’s Kingdom was a place you could actually see if you had a powerful enough telescope. Kind of crazy, right?  Well, the story doesn’t end there. According to Lamb, he knew all about God and Satan firsthand because he had seen Beelzebub with his own eyes. No! It wasn’t part of a near-death or out-of-body experience, but a component of a UFO landing.

Lamb had been out hunting in a snowstorm around four or five AM in February 1922, as he explained, when he heard a buzzing sound and saw this huge spherical craft hovering over a nearby field. It was so large and brilliant to his eyes that it blocked out the stars and he found himself mesmerized by its sudden appearance. He watched in awe as a partition opened on the side of the craft and a gigantic creature with wings flew to the ground and landed in the snow. The being was somewhere between seven and eight feet tall and appeared demonic in its facial features and physical form. Lamb said he hid behind a tree and watched as it tracked through the snow, its hooves – yes, I said hooves – melting down to the tundra as it went along. Eventually it came to a sturdy wire fence and managed to just walk through it, burning through the mesh and leaving it looking red hot.

At the time I had every reason to believe Lamb was totally delusional. It was

obvious that he saw everything through the eyes of orthodox religion. So much so that when he was approached by this ghoulish figure he managed to get it to fly off, using the name of Jesus and commanding it to depart.

The case is known to others besides me. Apparently a letter or two from W.C. was also preserved in the Air Force’s Project Blue Book files because astute researcher Jacques Vallee mentions it in his book Passport to Magonia.  Vallee has long expressed his opinions that, “UFOs are real but they are not physical. They are messengers of deception,” and that, “. . .the UFOs beings of today belong to the same class of manifestation as the (occult) entities that were described in centuries past.”

As far back as the 1960s – perhaps earlier! -- certain fractions in the U.S. government and military acknowledged the occult nature of  what were still referred to in many circles as flying saucers. In 1969 the U.S. Printing Office issued a 400-page publication entitled UFOs And Related Subjects, a huge compendium of over 1000 books, literature and testimonies of UFO contactees. The document was compiled for the Air Force and the Library of Congress  by Lynn Catoe  who in its Introduction matter-of-factly states: “A large part of the available UFO literature is closely linked with mysticism and the metaphysical. It deals with subjects like mental telepathy, automatic writing and invisible entities as well as phenomenon like poltergeist manifestations and possession. Many of the UFO reports now being published in the popular press recount alleged incidents that are strikingly similar to demonic possession and psychic phenomenon that have long been known to theologians and parapsychologists.”  Others with a decisively Christian bent have expressed concern that “the aliens often encourage illicit sex, and other ungodly things.” One abductee Calvin Parker told me that aliens had caused the AIDS virus and that, “I think they are demons. I feel like it’s evil. It could come from another world, but I think it’s kind of interdimensional in this one,” Parker explained to a reporter.

Ann Druffel  has been active in investigating  UFOs since 1957 when she joined the National Investigations Committee on Unidentified Flying Objects. The affable author of Tujunga Canyon Contacts (co-authored by D. Scott Rogo) and How To Defend Yourself Against Alien Abduction  is a no nonsense type of individual. She has paid her dues and everyone respects her opinions, even when she unhesitantly states: “The entities who pose as ‘extraterrestrials’ are not what they say they are. Rather, they are apparently unwholesome entities who have deceived and interacted with humans since the dawn of history. Be they mythic, ‘real,’ ‘spiritual,’ interdimensional or from a ‘hidden world’ which somehow exists in or alongside our own earth plane, I cannot say, since proof still eludes us. I do know for certain, however, that interfering, shape shifting, ‘otherworldly’ entities have been described by every major culture (and many smaller cultures) on the face of the earth down through the millennia, and that these older cultures developed means to fend them off or, at the very least, recognized them for what they were.”  


 Nick Redfern is one of the few investigative journalists that is almost universally respected  in a field where disagreements and lingering grudges between UFOlogists are fairly common. Recently, he authored a book, Final Events: And The Secret Government Group on UFOs and the Afterlife which just about  ruined his near perfect reputation.  The work details the history of a hidden think tank within the U.S. Government that believes rather than having alien origins, UFOs are really a tool of the Devil.

We sat down for a length interview with Redfern to  be found in  Round Trip To Hell In A Flying Saucer. Redfern explained to me that the think tank was begun to try and exploit the mental powers of what they called “Non-Human Entities,” commonly known as the Grays. “There were people in the official world,” Nick says, “that wanted to see if the mind-power of the Grays could be utilized as a form of mind-weaponry by the Pentagon, and the Department of Defense ..something along the lines of a next generation Remote Viewing type program.“ The more the Pentagon group got into the project, “the more they came to believe that the Grays were highly deceptive, and they also came to believe the Grays were actually – and quite literally – deceptive demons from Hell, who were here to deceive us about their true agenda – which was to bring people over to the dark side and prepare things for Armageddon, but to do it under the guise of a faked alien appearance,” or so Redfern reveals.

“As for abductions, the think tank believes the whole alien scenario is a scam – a series of brain-induced hallucinations provoked by these entities as a means to reinforce the idea that they are aliens here to experiment on us..” Furthermore, the they can seemingly, “provoke hallucinatory imagery in the mind: aliens, goblins, Bigfoot, etc. to make us believe we’re seeing something physical and external.”

The group came to conclude, says Redfern, “That Earth is a farm, and that we are the cattle. . .that these entities essentially are here to harvest and feed upon the energy of our soul at death because these demonic creatures are basically energy-based, and our energy feeds and fuels them.”  This task is further expanded upon  in our book by retired CIA “jockey” and ace pilot John Leer who has long maintained such a “peculiar” theory.

For our book Round Trip To Hell In A Flying Saucer, we have gathered together our own “think tank” of prominent individuals to express their opinions and to collectively publish their own findings. Included in this roster are Brad Steiger, Adam Gorightly, Kenn Thomas, Brent Raynes  as well as the posthumous John Keel author of Trojan Horse and Mothman Prophecies.

Incorporated in this large sized work is also a little known tome published in 1955 from which we adapted the overall title of our own work.  Not only did Cecil Michael claim to rub shoulders with Mr Scratch, but he says he went with him straight to hell. Proclaims the flyleaf on a very rare copy: “Here is one of the most startling stories ever written! The narrator, calmly working in his auto repair shop, suddenly finds himself playing host to a pair of visitors from outer space. From that moment his entire life is changed.

“For weeks the Spacemen practice all types of weird experiments upon their bewildered friend, who is too terrified to protest. Finally, wearying of their ingenious super-games, they decide to take the poor auto mechanic on a trip to Hell. . .And, as you descend with the narrator into a modern Inferno, you will pray, with the auto mechanic who tells the story, that his visit will be a short one.”

The British publication Magonia encapsulates Cecil Michael’s bizarre Round Trip To Hell In A Flying Saucer in this manner:

“The craft went off into space, eventually arriving at a bleak red planet with a lake of fire into which coffins were cast, the dead bodies inside them then coming to life and burning in agony. He was afraid that he would be trapped there permanently, but apparently he was saved by a vision of Christ that appeared in a beam of white light, and returned to Earth. The trip seemed to have taken four days, but only four hours had passed.”

Without a doubt this can be said to be our oddest contribution to the overall body of UFO and paranormal literature we have published over the last five decades. It discusses a theory that is straight out of the movie The Exorcist.

To many it will be a difficult to accept concept. To others it is something that they already recognize as part of their on going faith. It is none the less a premise that needs to be explored.  

* You can get your own copy of Tim Beckley's "Round Trip to Hell in a Flying Saucer" RIGHT HERE

Source: UFO Digest


Quantum Dream Portals and Extraterrestrial Realities
By Diane Tessman

There it is: The doorway to other realities! Humans have not yet learned to control this personal quantum portal yet, but we are learning. This astounding and downright magical door is right up there in our heads and we use it all the time. However, just like our magnificent, life-giving and life-sustaining planet, we take our personal quantum portal for granted. It is the world of The Dream – Dream Reality.

I feel we humans go amok in fully comprehending the Dream Reality because we apply the lowest common denominator to it. We are taught in childhood that if you are bullied at school and then have a dream of being bullied, that your dream was only a “bad dream” and that dreams are not real. “The only value of that dream,” said mother, “is to work out your frustration.

Of course, in the Dream Reality, that bullying experience in school was the scenario which was not “real.” The belief of the Australian Aborigines is that the Dream Reality is the “real reality,” but the civilized world stresses Day Reality.

The Day Reality is that world we know all too well, of greedy financial deals, personal stresses and worries, illness, family disputes, war, rudeness, the Internet – yes, some good scenarios, too in Day Reality! No one is trying to get rid of the Day Reality!

However, as civilization progresses (or “civilization,” depends on your point of view), we humans have almost gotten rid of the Dream Reality. We fail to give it meaningful in-put into our lives, we fail to consider it as important in any way, and like the living spirit of Mother Earth, we often don’t acknowledge that it exists at all.

Australian Aboriginal People believe that every person exists eternally in Dream Time. This eternal aspect of the individual exists before the life of the physical individual begins, and continues to exist when the life of the individual ends.

This spirit-child which is in each of us, exists in The Infinite Dreaming and is only initiated into physical life by being born through a mother. The spirit of the child is understood to enter the developing fetus during the fifth month; when the mother felt the child move in the womb for the first time, it was thought that this was the work of the spirit of the land in which the mother then stood. Upon birth, the child is considered to be a special custodian of that part of his land and is taught the stories and songs about that place.

What a dynamic connection between Human and Planet!

The Aboriginal teachings are that before humans, animals, and plants came into being, their souls existed; they knew they would become physical, but not at what “time.” When that time came, all but one of the souls became plants or animals, with the last one becoming human and acting as guardian to the natural world.

Here is ancient wisdom for the human species in 2012, as our Planet Earth now struggles to sustain its life-forms, partially due to our own recklessness and uncaring ways.

So, back to our boring “work out a bad day in your dreams” world: Yes, this is how dreams are seen as being useful in civilized 2012, good to have an argument with your boss in your dreams to get rid of the frustration at work. Then hopefully you won’t make any waves at work, which is the “real world.”

Of course we replay good Day Reality events too in nightly dreams; we can even resurrect dead relatives and have a picnic with them or take a walk.  If they are like my parents, they will be much happier together in the Dream Reality than they ever were in the Day Reality when alive. In the Dream Reality, they live still and are finally happy and unstressed.

This brings us to the myriad of dream levels: Our Day Reality (when we are awake), is but the tip of Reality itself. In the same way, when we dream of events from the Day Reality (bullying, the boss, and so forth), it is still just the tip of the iceberg of Reality – and the tip of the Dream Reality specifically.

Often as we first dose off, we enter the hypnogogic state.  The Dream Reality door then cracks open! The hypnogogic state is a strange phenomenon which happens at the onset of sleep. Also known as hypnagogia, it induces visions, voices, insights and peculiar sensations as you go bouncing through this borderland terrain.

Hypnogogia varies; sometimes it is the reality you know flashing in and out in crazy ways, but sometimes you see, hear and even touch realities which are completely alien to you. Extraterrestrials and time-aliens can and do show up in this level of Reality. It is only that old Day Reality which tries to filter out these beings, telling you they do not exist in any way because it (your day-mind), refuses to conceive of them, because they frighten your daily mind.  Your day-mind is a rigid censor - a heartless filter - of anything it does not comprehend.

The old day-mind deals with the boss, the headache, the money problems, the wayward son, the computer, and so much more, so we need to give it a break, too. It is not “bad,” but it is not “all” either! It only thinks it is “all.”

Hypnagogic imagery as you fall asleep, contains faces, landscapes and geometric shapes, perhaps like the Aborigines crop circle-like art, which emanated from their Dream Time over thousands of years. 

Complex patterns flow across your field of vision, becoming almost hypnotic in nature. You can manipulate the hypnogogic state with intense focus, but you must not let your day-mind awaken fully to delete the whole thing. It is very skilled at doing that!  What many people don't realize is this imagery can be used to induce lucid dreams.

Is there a connection to our Dream Reality and Jungian archetypes? Do our dreams link to creations of consciousness and even to the Dream Reality of our living planet? Our Dream Reality to her Dream Reality – a pathway to our Mother Goddess? I believe so!

Fairies and other nature spirits are quite at home in our Dream Reality!   Also, our quantum dream portals open to extraterrestrials and other-dimensional beings so that they can interact with their human cousins safely; the Dream Reality is safe for both human and other-world beings.

Of course some people worry about nightmares wherein alien monsters come out of the woodwork. The truth is, some souls manage to keep their dream-ship on an even course, so that even if there is a nightmare, it does not make a lasting impression. Other souls are more   fearful by nature. Perhaps this gets into past life experiences or bad childhoods or whatever makes us each unique in the cosmos.

I can only say that if you wish to explore the Dream Reality as a valid reality and work to have mastery of it, you should do so! Don’t let those-who-fear-dreams stop you when they tell you of their frightening dreams and give sometimes nonsensical warnings.
It boils down to the same choices those astronauts had to make in Day Reality: Do I boldly go up in that little tin space capsule, Major Tom? Or do I stay safe down in this “reality?”

Of course there are a million other examples large and small: Do I try to help that wounded dog off the highway or do I stay safe? That wounded dog, when saved, will change your reality, making it 100% better with his lifelong companionship.

I suppose there is always a huge risk, both to astronauts and dog-savers. Day Reality tries to make us frightened of everything, tries to tell us to stay safe at all costs. It is up to you how important “safety at all costs” – is.

It is the same regarding coming face to face with aliens in Day Reality (“real” reality), that’s assuming they exist in our “real reality,” and I firmly believe they do.

Do I cower in fear behind my sofa and hope that saucer departs from my back yard?

Or do I carefully go toward the back yard with my fingers making the peace sign and a smile plastered on my face? Perhaps there is no right answer!

Incidentally, if in the aliens’ society, the peace sign is an insult, well—I do believe they’ve studied us long and thoroughly, and they do know our peace sign and our smile. You can say I am naïve but what is your alternative to these numerous spacecraft with these occupants inside, zooming around our skies every day? What is the human race to do? Really? I feel strongly we must go out to the back yard demanding to be equal, and get started with this galactic community thing!

Back to the Dream Reality: There are so many levels to dreams, from nitty gritty replays of daily life to the deep dreams of REM sleep, to the hypnopompic state.

The hypnopompic state is that level of consciousness preceding waking. You can have dreams then which are easier to remember and often quite significant. I have felt many other-world interactions in my hypnopompic state with aliens and earth spirits. In fact, I often wake up with an answer with to a Day Reality problem or to a cosmic puzzle, and it is usually given during this pre-awakening dream consciousness. The Irish say that the fairies have visited you if you wake up with an answer to a problem or puzzle.

Some dreams reoccur often, we are suddenly back in that same unknown house or country road or city building, night after night. And yet, we have never been to these places, so we return to these timelines night after night. These alternate realities seem to wait for us to return.

Do you have prophetic dreams? Many people have seen catastrophes they believe are to come in the Day Reality. Often these connect to these Change Times and the coming Change Point.

Do you interact with extraterrestrials or other-worlders repeatedly in your dreams?  Are they the same being or beings? Are they teachers or perhaps simply – friends?

Or are they YOU?

Do you have another self in your dreams, rather like an avatar in a virtual reality game? Or perhaps not like an avatar, but simply YOU in another aspect of your whole quantum self?

Or perhaps you have had one enormously significant prophetic dream which haunts and guides you the rest of your life.

One thing is certain: We are not talking about some unimportant dream-state. We are considering quantum realities and the truth about Reality itself. We are considering Consciousness! After all, isn’t that what the universe is composed of?

Dreams are real, not just in the sense that we all go to sleep and we all dream. Our Dream Realities are valid! They are part of Reality itself.

Some theorize that dreams are valid alternate timelines which come to an end as we awaken. Yes, the Dream Reality seems to end when we wake up, but then the Day Reality ends when we go to sleep. Which is more valid?

Yes, dreams end, but so does this life we are currently living. This reality comes to an end for all of us, doesn’t it?

I am positive that our infinite spirit – our consciousness - wakes up again after “death” to the Greater Reality. Perhaps I will be that time traveler who haunts my dreams.

Perhaps I am that time traveler who haunts my dreams!

He comes through the portal. He teaches. He experiences. I learn. I also teach and experience.

Do alien and human worlds meet in Dream Time? We desperately need a common ground to establish simple, basic understanding, respect, and even love for each other. I feel the aliens do use the dream levels of our consciousness to begin this mutual knowledge.

Perhaps we are all pioneer souls, as we read about UFOs and then dream each night. We lead the way to that common ground as we contribute “Yes, aliens are real!” to the mass human consciousness. Portals open….

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Source: UFO Digest


Vatican Publishes Guide on how to Deal with 'Supernatural Phenomena'

They have been closely guarded for more than 30 years, but guidelines on how to deal with divine apparitions of the Virgin Mary and "supernatural phenomena" have now been released by the Vatican.

The "norms" on how the Roman Catholic Church should deal with mystical apparitions were initially drawn up in Latin in 1978 under Pope Paul VI and were intended for strictly internal use.

They shed light on the sorts of apparitions which have inspired the establishment of shrines such as those at Lourdes in France and Fatima in Portugal, which attract millions of pilgrims a year, many in search of cures for illnesses or other "miracles".

The guidelines are intended to help bishops "in their difficult task of discerning presumed apparitions, revelations, messages or, more generally, extraordinary phenomena of presumed supernatural origin," Cardinal William Levada, the American prefect of the CDF, wrote in a preface.

Deciding whether a spiritual revelation is genuine or not is based on its "orientation to Christ Himself," Cardinal Levada wrote. "If it leads us away from Him, then it certainly does not come from the Holy Spirit." Determining whether a spiritual revelation is authentic or not is the responsibility of the local bishop, the Vatican said.

He is required to set up a special panel of theologians, psychologists and doctors to judge the "psychological equilibrium and rectitude of moral life" of the person or people reporting the apparition and whether it corresponds with Church doctrine.

The bishop should try to "discern quickly" the authenticity of an apparition, although his judgment could be impeded by "critical scientific investigation", the Vatican said.

A revelation would be dismissed if there was evidence that the person who had witnessed it was mentally unsound, whether the vision was the product of "collective hysteria" or if there was a suspicion that the whole thing was a fraud concocted for profit.

If the bishop cannot make a decision, the judgment can ultimately be referred to the Pope himself.

The Vatican decided to make the guidelines public, and to translate them into five languages, including English, because elements had leaked out into the public domain over the years.

They have been published by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF), the powerful Vatican department which was headed by Benedict before he was elected Pope in 2005.

The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith is currently investigating claims that a group of six Catholic children began to see apparitions of the Virgin Mary in the town of Medjugorje in Bosnia-Herzegovina, starting in 1981.

The apparition claims have been judged groundless by a local bishop, but that has not stopped an estimated 30 million believers from visiting the pilgrimage site.

Lourdes, in the foothills of the Pyrenees, became a shrine after apparitions of the Virgin Mary were witnessed by a shepherd girl, Bernadette Soubirous, in 1858.

The publication of the guidelines may provide temporary distraction from one of the worst crises of Benedict XVI's seven-year papacy – the leaking of confidential documents and the arrest of his personal butler, amid claims of vicious faction fighting within the Holy See.

Source: The Telegraph
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