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                                              Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, Gettysburg, October 3, 1886

This week Conspiracy Journal brings you such socket-wrenching stories as:

- Will the U.S. Experience a Violent Upheaval in 2020? -
- Live Forever Inside a Robot Body -
- Are The Ultra-Terrestrials Supernatural Beings? -
Skipper Claims to Have Taken Photo of Loch Ness Monster -
AND: Horror News Interview With Brad and Sherry Steiger

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The Authentic Book Of Ultra-Terrestrial Contacts

From The Secret Alien Files of UFO Researcher Timothy Green Beckley


The Ultra-Terrestrials are here and they are walking amongst us! According to the world famous “Mr UFO” Timothy Green Beckley, throughout history we have been encircled by invisible beings who can upon occasion materialize and take up a variety of shapes and facades – even looking so human in appearance so that they can walk on the surface undetected. Some of these beings may come in peace. . . while others are here for their own nefarious purposes, perhaps going so far as to control our minds, possess our body and do bloodcurdling experiments upon us.


This work includes dozens and dozens of strange cases taken from over 40 years of dedicated research by the author who was editor for over twenty five years of UFO REVIEW – THE OFFICIAL FLYING SAUCER NEWSPAPER, and UFO UNIVERSE sold on newsstands worldwide. He has appeared on Coast to Coast AM, the History Channel’s UFO Hunters and most recently William Shatner’s Weird Or What? show where he revealed the true origins of a strange little creature who had been captured in a animal trap in Mexico and mistaken for an “alien baby,” which it definitely is not! Though its actual origin is even stranger and more abnormal.

Here are case studies that have never been published. For example... The trucker who says he took a space journey that covered Light Years. – The man from Tehran who claims “I was taken inside a flying saucer!” – The nine foot Martians and the Silvery Midgets. – Flower “People” and Alien Pods.– Space Monsters from afar . – The Emissaries of Peace, the Spacemen who seek love and not war!

Mr UFO says once we have separated the good and the negative Ultra-Terrestrials that it can benefit us to institute contact with these beings. He tells us how to contact the peace loving Guardians. How to set up a telepathic bond with The Watchers. Here are even the plans for The Nikola Tesla Scope, a communications device which may be used to “talk” with the “Outsiders.”

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Will the U.S. Experience a Violent Upheaval in 2020?

Circa 1870, the North fought the South in the Civil War. Half a century later, around 1920, worker unrest, racial tensions and anti-Communist sentiment caused another nationwide upsurge of violence. Then, 50 years later, the Vietnam War and Civil Rights Movement triggered a third peak in violent political, social and racial conflict. Fifty years after that will be 2020. If history continues to repeat itself, we can expect a violent upheaval in the United States in a few years.

It sounds like pseudoscience, but it's a published theory. "My model suggests that the next [peak in violence] will be worse than the one in 1970 because demographic variables such as wages, standards of living and a number of measures of intra-elite confrontation are all much worse this time," said Peter Turchin, an ecologist, evolutionary biologist and mathematician at the University of Connecticut.

Turchin has led the development of a field of study called "cliodynamics," in which scientists attempt to find meaningful patterns in history. The endeavor flies in the face of the traditional study of history, which assumes the countless variables interacting within a society lead to chaotic fluctuations in outcomes like violence and social unrest. Massimo Pigliucci, a philosopher of science at CUNY-Lehman College, said most historians believe that "the factors at play are so many and so variable that there is little reason to expect quasi-regular cycles, or a unified theory to explain them."

But Turchin argues there is order in the chaos after all.

In the new study, Turchin, who reported his results in the July issue of the Journal of Peace Research, compiled historical data about violent incidents in U.S. history between 1780 and 2010, including riots, terrorism, assassinations and rampages. The data indicates that a cycle of violence repeats itself every 50 years in America, like a wave that peaks in every other generation. This short-term cycle is superimposed over another, longer-term oscillation that repeats every 200 to 300 years. The slower waves in violence can either augment or suppress the 50-year peaks, depending on how the two cycles overlap.

The longer cycle is "the one which we understand much better, and it is a universal feature of all complex societies," Turchin told Life's Little Mysteries. From the Roman Empire to medieval France to ancient China, scholars have noted that societies swing between 100-150 years of relative peace and 100-150 years of conflict, and then back again. Only some societies exhibit the shorter-term, and less subtle, 50-year-long cycles of violence along the way — the Roman Empire, for one, and if Turchin's theory is correct, the United States as well.

Why 50-year cycles? Turchin explained that a surge of violence begins in the same way as a forest fire: explosively. After a period of escalation followed by sustained violence, citizens begin to "yearn for the return of stability and an end to fighting," he wrote in his paper. The prevailing social mood swings toward stifling the violence at all costs, and those who directly experienced the civil violence maintain the peace for about a human generation — 20 or 30 years. But the stability doesn't last.

Eventually, "the conflict-scarred generation dies off or retires, and a new cohort arises, people who did not experience the horrors of civil war and are not immunized against it. If the long-term social forces that brought about the first outbreak of internal hostilities are still operating, then the society will slide into the second civil war," he wrote. "As a result, periods of intense conflict tend to recur with a period of roughly two generations (40–60 years)."

Peaks occurred around 1870, 1920 and 1970. Confounding this pattern, there was no peak of U.S. violence in the 1820s. In fact, historians call it the "era of good feelings." Turchin explained that social variables such as wages and employment were "really excellent at that time, so there was no reason for any violence to get going." The cycle was skipped. [Do Recessions Increase Violent Crimes?]

But we might not be so lucky this time around. If Turchin's model is right, then the current polarization and inequality in American society will come to a head in 2020. "After the last eight years or so, notice how the discourse in our political class has become fragmented. It's really unprecedented for the last 100 years," he said. "So basically by all measures, there are social pressures for instability that are much worse than 50 years ago."

Pigliucci, who writes a well-known blog on pseudoscience and skeptical thinking, says that although he believes Turchin is "moving in the right direction" by applying mathematical models to history, in this case he might be seeing patterns in random data. Violence and other forms of social unrest undoubtedly vary over time within any given society, Pigliucci said, but most historians would say these fluctuations are chaotic.

"The database is too short: the entire study covers the period 1780-2010, a mere 230 years," he wrote in an email. "You can fit at most four 50-year peaks and two [long-term] ones. I just don't see how one could reasonably exclude that the observed pattern is random. But of course we would have to wait a lot longer to collect new data and find out."

Daniel Szechi, professor of early modern history at the University of Manchester in England, agrees that not enough time has passed for patterns to have emerged. However, he believes "cliodynamics" could eventually work, once humanity racks up a few more centuries of good record-keeping. "Maybe 500 years from now we will have sufficient data and sufficient number crunching power to really make use of the data we will have generated and stored in vast quantities since about 1900," Szechi said in an email.

But even if, half a milennium from now, massive data generation and sophisticated programmatic analysis allows predictive history, Szechi asks: "is this a good idea?" Prophecies of violence pose the danger of becoming self-fulfilling. Another concern is that governments and other institutions could respond to their knowledge of impending violence by taking preemptive measures, which would not always be in the interests of the people.

The heated debate over cliodynamics will continue among historians and scientists. Only time will tell if the cycle of U.S. violence identified by Turchin holds true, and another telltale peak — or lack thereof — is only a few years away.

Source: Life's Little Mysteries


Live Forever Inside a Robot Body

A Russian entrepreneur who heads a hi-tech research project called 'Avatar' has contacted billionaires to offer them immortality.

Itskov claims he will personally oversee their immortality process, in exchange for an undisclosed fee.

Itskov, a media entrepreneur, claims to have hired 30 scientists to reach this goal - and aims to transplant a human brain into a robot body within 10 years.

'You have the ability to finance the extension of your own life up to immortality. Our civilization has come very close to the creation of such technologies: it's not a science fiction fantasy. It is in your power to make sure that this goal will be achieved in your lifetime,' says Itskov in a letter delivered to billionaires listed in Forbes magazine.

 He has contacted a list of billionaires with a proposal for funding his quest for immortality - which Itskov refers to as 'cybernetic immortality' and the 'artificial body'.

The initiative is opening its San Francisco office this summer, and will be launching a social media project connecting scientists around the world.

'The 2045 team is working towards creating an international research center where leading scientists will be engaged in research and development in the fields of anthropomorphic robotics, living systems modeling and brain and consciousness modeling with the goal of transferring one’s individual consciousness to an artificial carrier and achieving cybernetic immortality,' says Itskov's official site.

'Such research has the potential to free you, as well as the majority of all people on our planet, from disease, old age and even death.'

'For anyone interested, but skeptical, I am ready to prove the viability of the concept of cybernetic immortality by arranging an expert discussion with a team of the world's leading scientist working in this field.
'I will also be willing to coordinate your personal immortality project entirely free of charge for the sake of speeding up the development of these technologies,'

'This project is leading down the road to immortality,' says Itskov. 'A person with a perfect Avatar will be able to remain part of society. People don’t want to die.'

‘I understand these are some very big challenges for scientists,’ Itskov says. ‘But I believe in something you call ‘The American Dream.’ If you put all your energy and time into something, you can make it a reality.

Itskov envisages surgically 'transplanting' a human consciousness into a robot body within 10 years.

He hopes to then 'upload' minds without surgery, leaving human bodies as empty husks as their owners 'live on' inside robots.

The project is called Avatar after the James Cameron movie, set far in the future, where human soldiers use mind control to inhabit the bodies of human alien hybrids as they carry out a war against the inhabitants of a distant world.

'The next effort of science will be to create a new body for the human being,' says Itskov, speaking at the Global Future 2045 conference. 'It will have a perfect brain-machine interface to allow control and a human brain life support system so the brain can survive outside the body.'

Itskov says that the system will at first be of interest to, 'Disabled people and people at the edge of dying.'

'The third phase will be to create an artificial human brain,' he says - a computer environment into which human minds can be uploaded.

 His final goal, he says, is to upload human minds into holographic bodies.

Holograms give plenty of advantages. You can walk through walls, move at the speed of light, he says. ‘Remember in Star Wars, Obi-Wan’s hologram? That was pretty amazing.’

Itskov says he wants to work with DARPA - the Defense Advance Research Projects Agency in the U.S military.

DARPA is already  researching ways for its troops to use their minds to remotely control androids who will take human soldiers' place on the battlefield.

The Pentagon's hi-tech research arm, has earmarked $7million for research into the project, also nicknamed Avatar.

According to the Darpa's 2013 budget: 'The Avatar program will develop interfaces and algorithms to enable a soldier to effectively partner with a semi-autonomous bi-pedal machine and allow it to act as the soldier’s surrogate.'

Source: The Daily Mail


The UFO Hunters Next Door

In the early morning desert haze of March 25, 1948, just eight months after an alleged UFO crash in Roswell, N.M., two employees of El Paso Oil Company came upon a brush fire on Hart Canyon Road, 12 miles northeast of Aztec, N.M., near a company drip tank.

When they arrived on the scene, something much more than flames greeted them. Upon the rocky hills sat a large, metallic, circular aircraft with no apparent seams, rivets, bolts or welds holding it together.

The craft appeared to be about 100 feet in diameter, and a shattered porthole was its only sign of damage. As a small crowd began to form around the scene, one man managed to open a door to its interior, revealing two thoroughly scorched small bodies slumped in their seats. Within minutes, military personnel arrived at the scene and began to question everyone in the general vicinity, swearing them to absolute secrecy as they prepared to move the craft to a secure location.

No one would hear much about this incredible occurrence until two years later when Frank Scully (who would later be the namesake for the the character of FBI agent Dana Scully in the televison show, The X Files), a columnist for the entertainment newspaper Variety, published Behind the Flying Saucers, a book that has sold more than 64,000 copies. He claimed the story came to him from Silas Newton, a wealthy oil man, and a mysterious "Dr. Gee," allegedly one of the scientists the military enlisted to help uncover how the craft had flown and who , or what, had piloted it.

Yet J.P. Cahn, a journalist for the San Francisco Chronicle, followed up this book with two exposés in True Magazine in 1952. There, he argued that Newton was a fraud, attempting to make money off of unsuspecting oil investors through the mention of an oil-finding device detailed in Scully's book, thus using a false story about a UFO to capture readers' attention.

As far as Cahn was concerned, Dr. Gee was none other than Leo GeBauer, Newton's business partner and the owner of Western Radio & Engineering Company, a radio and television parts supply store. As a direct result of Cahn's second piece, Flying Saucer Swindlers, both men were brought to trial in the District Court in Denver and found guilty of conducting a confidence game. The fantastic UFO story was discredited, its proponents silenced and, as far as the American public was concerned, the whole thing never happened.

Stealth 'incident?'

Thus lay dormant as a fraudulent tale the so-called "Aztec Incident" until Mooresville residents Scott and Suzanne Ramsey became intensely intrigued by it. They have spent the last 25 years crisscrossing the country, collecting more than 55,000 archived documents and interviewing crash site eyewitnesses in an attempt to discover the truth behind Aztec. Their research has culminated in the publication of a book titled The Aztec Incident: Recovery at Hart Canyon, from which come the details of the crash and its apparent deliberate cover-up.

The Ramseys don't appear to fit the mold of UFO conspiracy theorists. So much are they just the couple next door that neighbors, friends and acquaintances have had no idea that they actively pursue this research. The only visible signs connecting them to the mystery at Aztec are their striking, turquoise wedding bands made on a Native American reservation near the alleged crash site.

Outwardly, they appear to be ambitious entrepreneurs. Suzanne once had her own radio show on KENN in Farmington, N.M. She currently owns Uncle Scott's Root Beer, an all-natural, organic herb and spice micro-brew that can be found in shops and restaurants throughout the Southeast. Scott works in the magnetic wire industry, a product that creates a magnetic field for electric motors, generators, transformers, CAT scan machines, MRIs, trains and more.

It was during a business trip more than two decades ago that the Aztec Incident first captured Scott's attention. His flight from New Mexico to North Carolina had been canceled, so he looked up a customer who was in Farmington, just 27 miles from the Aztec site.

"What intrigued me was the Navajo Indians (who worked for the customer) talking about going mule deer hunting out by the old crash site," recalls Scott. "When they said 'flying saucer,' I thought they were talking about Roswell, and how could they be talking about Roswell when we're eight hours away?"

He began to research the Aztec Incident, his work leading to an interview on Suzanne's radio show, and the pair's first encounter. She writes in the introduction to their book, "Scott always stood out in my mind as a unique radio guest in that he was very focused on documenting every statement he made. Truth was all-important to him."

The couple soon bonded over their shared love for acquiring knowledge, so deep that Suzanne says that they have only gone two days in the course of their nine-year marriage — during their honeymoon in Puerto Rico — without discussing the Aztec Incident. "We're committed to it, or should be committed, one or the other," Suzanne jokes.

Suzanne says her own fascination with Aztec increased exponentially as the research began to unfold, and she saw just how many people would have to be involved in a cover-up effort. "You start out by thinking that it's about the crash and a UFO and you think, well, that's pretty much it, but my gosh, how many people had to work on this craft?" she asks rhetorically. "And how many government and military people were involved? And just what did it take to not only pick it up and remove it, but what they did afterward, how they worked on it, is just mind-blowing to me."

Panic prevention

The New Mexico of the 1940s, explains Scott Ramsey, was a desolate, forboding land of which only eight percent was available to be purchased by civilians. The rest was owned by the military, federal and state governments, or by Native American tribes. It is the Ramseys' belief, supported by one of the eyewitnesses, that this barren landscape was the ideal training ground for all sorts of military aircraft, especially during the time between the end of World War II and the start of the Cold War. They argue that the federal government would have been eager to discover the technology UFOs utilized to fly, and would keep this information classified to prevent it from falling into the wrong hands.

Scott supposes that the knowledge required to understand how a flying saucer moved at that time would have been extensive.

"In 1947 we had just put the first jet, the P80, into service," he says. "We had just gone from reciprocating pistons to a turbine jet engine. ... A lot of people in the Air Force said, 'Don't throw away the piston airplanes, these jet engines aren't going to work.' Now all of the sudden you have something round, with no wings, no fuselage, no intakes, no thrust out-takes. If you have something that can go that fast across the skies of New Mexico that they were tracking on radar — we're talking stealth, invisible aircraft — back then, that would be so advanced."

Indeed, following many widely publicized UFO reports in the American Southwest during this time, the United States Air Force initiated Project Sign to track and investigate such sightings in 1947. Although officially inconclusive as to the cause of the sightings, the project speculated at the end of the summer of 1948 that flying saucers were real crafts, not made by Russians or the United States, and were likely extraterrestrial in origin. This intelligence estimate is said to have been forwarded to the Pentagon, but later destroyed because of a lack of physical proof of the UFO visitations, which were explained as aircraft, meteors or hoaxes.

With the Cold War under way by 1947, the Aztec Incident falls into a period of heightened military alert where any potential threats to national security were taken very seriously. It is Suzanne Ramsey's opinion that the federal government would never disclose an alien visit when the fictional War of the Worlds radio broadcast in 1938 had already proved enough to cause widespread panic.

"You look at all the scary things going on and the uncertainty, and then we're dealing with someone like (Orson) Wells who comes along and does his show and scares the bejeezus out of people," says Suzanne. "I don't know if most people today would be comfortable with that topic (of UFOs). Can you imagine? There would be mass hysteria ... and I think the government as a father figure considered that, too."

Determined to get to the bottom of the Aztec mystery, the Ramseys have worked to determine if such a large vehicle feasibly could have been moved across the desert. They spoke with a man who claims to have been part of a military group that "normalized" the Aztec site, erasing any signs that something unique had happened there. The Ramseys' dedication to the topic earned the respect and help of Frank Thayer, an assistant professor of journalism and mass communications at New Mexico State University, who assisted them with their book. They have also been featured on a 2006 episode of the History Channel entitled UFO Files Hanger 18.

The Doctors 'Gee'

The Ramseys have some strong opinions about the true motivations of the major literary players in this mystery — Scully, Cahn, Newton and GeBauer. They believe "Dr. Gee" was a composite of eight to nine scientists assigned to work on researching the flying saucer in secret and that Scully, attempting to accurately present the story as it was told to him by Newton and the scientists, was compelled to keep their real names confidential for their own safety. When Cahn could not obtain the real scientists' names from Scully, he did his best to sabotage the legitimacy of the event, according to the Ramseys.

"I think it was jealousy," says Scott. "I think Cahn thought that the San Francisco Chronicle could do a far better job making it a big story than Frank Scully could, and Cahn was the second person to try to buy the story. ... Scully wouldn't even divulge on his death bed to his family who the scientists were. I've talked to his kids. His one daughter and I corresponded for a number of years. He feared for their safety."

As for Newton and GeBauer, the Ramseys assert that they could not, and did not need to, profit from the flying saucer story.

To back his assertions, Scott explains that financial documents read, "The 32 people who were investors in the oil field with Newton were getting checks every month from an accounting company on behalf of Newton Oil. They were forbidden to testify (at the Denver trial), and the people who had successfully bought into the (oil-finding) machine had no qualms with it." Thus, the Ramseys believe Cahn's accusations that Newton was a swindler are false.

He continues that Newton "rediscovered Rangely oil field in Colorado, which 20 years before everyone had said was bled dry of any oil or gas. So he took on the big boys like the Phillips brothers, where we get Phillips 66 gas today, and said, 'Tell you what, if you guys think it's done, let me buy your leases. I'll give you a dollar for every lease.' And they all sold him the leases. He had this instrument that they talk about in court — the doodlebug (Cahn's oil-finding device) — and the GeBauer family still gets gas check money from the Rangely oil fields as of June of last year."

Moreover, Scott argues, Newton was worth $20 million while he was on trial, and would not have needed to scam anybody by knowingly selling faulty oil equipment.

Beyond the fraud speculation and government conspiracy theories lies an important point the Ramseys continue to ponder: Did extraterrestrial life visit Earth in 1948, and, if so, what does that mean for our world? If such life did find us, they believe the UFO technology must have been quite advanced and that it might help unite mankind by offering solutions to many problems such as war, famine and disease.

The mysteries of the Aztec Incident may lay buried in the desert sands of New Mexico forever, but the Ramseys have shown a truly insatiable desire to find out the truth. If they are right, the implications of such an alien visitation would be other-worldly indeed.

Source: The Lake Norman Citizen


Patrick, The Human-Bigfoot Hybrid
By Donna Anderson

Appearing during the first half of Coast to Coast AM on Friday, July 27, 2012, Rhettman Mullis brought listeners up to date on his most recent Bigfoot research findings. Mullis, team leader for Bigfootology, is a frequent guest on Coast to Coast and this time around he kept listeners enthralled with his tale of Patrick, the human-Bigfoot hybrid.

Mullis is working closely with Bryan Sykes, former professor of Human Genetics at University of Oxford. Together they're amassing a large collection of hair samples, believed to be Bigfoot in origin, and DNA sampling will commence later this year at Lausanne Museum of Zoology in Switzerland.

In his quest for the ultimate answers to the existence and origins of Bigfoot, Mullis was able to track down Dr. Ed Fusch who, several years ago, began cataloging the stories and locations of various Bigfoot sightings in western areas of the United States. One of his reports focused on a story from the Colville Indian tribe in northeast Washington. The intriguing tale was about a man named Patrick, who was believed to be a human-Bigfoot hybrid.

Mullis was finally able to meet with Dr. Fusch just last week and learn about Patrick's story.

Sometime between 1885 and 1900, a young Indian recently-married Indian maiden was out collecting water. Suddenly, the members of her tribe heard her far-off screams for help but when they rushed to her aid she had disappeared. They searched and searched for but couldn't find her.

Months later, one of the men from the tribe was riding through the forest and happened upon her. Apparently, she'd been taken by a Bigfoot and had only now been able to make her escape.

At this point, Mullis says the story gets a little fuzzy and he can't tell if the woman was pregnant at the time of her escape or if she'd already had the child and managed to sneak him away from the Bigfoot, too. In any case, this is where Dr. Fusch gives Mullis a physical description of Patrick:

    “Patrick's body structure was very different from that of other Indians as his arms were very long, reaching about to his knees. He was very short reportedly about 5' 4” tall. His mother was described as tiny.

    “He possessed a sloping forehead, very large lower jaw, very large, wide mouth, straight upper and lower lips with straight protruding teeth and was kind of stooped or humped back. His ears were elongated upward, peaked and pointed at the top. He had very large hands and long fingers. He was described as very ugly although extremely intelligent.”

    “He attended school on the reservation and was very smart, operated a ranch in the area, died at the age of 30 and is buried on the reservation. Patrick is described as a gentle man who never beat or mistreated his wife.”

According to Fusch, even though Patrick wasn't considered the ideal catch in the looks department that didn't stop him from marrying. In fact, he married easily, says Fusch, because “he had a good ranch and was considered affluent.”

Patrick and his wife had five children, two boys and three girls. Both boys and one of the girls died at an early age, leaving only Mary Louise and Magdeline to carry on Patrick's lineage. Fusch described the women for Mullis:

    “Mary Louise's physical appearance is relatively normal. However, both girls have wide mouths that look like they're split from ear to ear, protruding teeth, and squinty eyes. But Madeline has other very distinct features, such as a sloping forehead, long peaked ears, etc., very similar to her father Patrick. She's considered ugly by Indian standards.”

Both women are in their 70s and Mullis has managed to track them down to a general location but won't reveal that information, for obvious reasons. Efforts are being made to find the women and involve them in Sykes' DNA research project, even as we speak.

Mullis says both women are aware of who, or what, they're descended from and both have approached their mother who verified that they are indeed the resulting offspring of a Bigfoot father and a human mother.

Source: Examiner


Are The Ultra-Terrestrials Supernatural Beings?
By Sean Casteel

There has always been a semantic problem about just what to call the UFO occupants. For the most part, the generally agreed on term is “aliens,” though everyone from Whitley Strieber to the late Budd Hopkins believed the term is inadequate to accurately describe just whom we are dealing with in such cases.

Timothy Green Beckley of Global Communications recently published a book called “The Authentic Book Of Ultra-Terrestrial Contacts” in which he argues that the UFO community should be open to calling the creatures from the unknown “Ultra-Terrestrials” and that we should more closely examine the idea that they come from right here on Earth.

The term “Ultra-Terrestrials” did not originate with Beckley, who referred me to an article on a website called “Unexplained Mysteries,” specifically a piece written by Ken Korczak called “Ultra-Terrestrials: Do They Walk Among Us?”

"Canadian contactee Oscar Magocsi

“Instead of being Extraterrestrials,” Korczak writes, “UFO aliens might be Ultra-Terrestrials – a species that has always been here, which evolved on Earth along with homo sapiens, but which represents a species far advanced. These Ultra-Terrestrials are so superior to us it’s almost impossible for us to comprehend their existence. All we know of them are fleeting glimpses of lights in the sky, occasional bizarre encounters between human beings and so-called aliens, and other unexplainable phenomena.

“People who support the Ultra-Terrestrial theory,” Korczak continues, “such as authors Jacques Vallee and the late John Keel, point out that supernatural beings seemingly superior to humans have been reported throughout history. In previous eras they were called gods, angels, ogres, fairies, brownies, little people, demons and more. The Bible is filled with references to supernatural creatures, including giants, ‘wheels’ flying in the sky out of which incredible creatures emerge and more. But references to flying discs were recorded centuries before the texts of the Bible.”

Korczak goes on to talk about the discovery of cave drawings that date back to 30,000 B.C. that depict discs floating in the sky that look remarkably similar to modern UFO photographs. There is also the similarity between fairy lore and the abducting Ultra-Terrestrials, who impregnate women and then return to claim the fetus, much like the fairy legends of their stealing a baby from its crib and then replacing it with a “changeling” or double. Both the Ultra-Terrestrials and the fairies are in the baby stealing business, whether for good or evil.

Having established just what is meant by the term “Ultra-Terrestrial,” we can now move on to Beckley’s book. He begins with an entertaining story about being asked to appear on William Shatner’s Canadian History Channel Program, called “Weird or What?” The producers were hoping that Beckley would confirm that an actual child-sized alien corpse had been discovered in Mexico.

Tim Beckley with Alien

“After studying stills of the creature,” Beckley writes, “and a video or two, I told the program’s staff that there is no way I could go on ‘William Shatner’s Weird or What?’ and declare this a true extraterrestrial. However, upon closer examination, I wasn’t ready to write the little tyke off completely. Minus its skin layer, the sinister looking carcass did appear strange and unusual – I know Shatner would prefer the word ‘Weird’ in there somewhere – and I was willing to go that far.”

The now legendary story of the corpse is this: a farmer named Marao Lopez had captured the creature, shown it to a few of his farmhands, and when it squawked and lunged for them, they did the only thing that came to mind – they dipped the creature into a vat of acid, which peeled off his skin and killed him. The men eventually took their possession to a university in Mexico and were told that the creature was like nothing born of this Earth, though it did have some components that appeared human, leading Beckley to wonder if it might have been an alien hybrid. The scientists said it was doubtful that the creature was some kind of mutated human being as there was no discernible DNA to be found in its body.

Lopez, the farmer who captured the creature, is said to have died shortly after the incident in a car crash that left him “burned to a crisp.” Though we have no way of proving this revelation, if true, was that a case of the Ultra-Terrestrials taking revenge? Beckley acknowledged that he could only speculate about that, but he still maintained that the creature wasn’t a simple alien life form.

So what was it? Beckley offers this possible explanation: it was a form of Ultra-Terrestrial life called a Djinn, a shadowy race of demonic creatures known in the Islamic faith as living in another dimension and generally cursing humans and committing dastardly deeds against them.

“They often appear as smoke,” Beckley writes, “and possess people just like the devil would do in our Western culture. And the thing is, if you compared a picture or illustration of the Djinn, they offer up a reasonable resemblance to the alien baby in Mexico.

“The word ‘Djinn’ translates as anything that is concealed or invisible. The Djinn are a race that has no defined physical form of their own, so they are therefore invisible to the naked eye. However, they are shape-shifters who can take on the physical form of just about anything they want. Many say that they walk among us every day.”

So Beckley made the trip to Toronto to offer William Shatner and company his Djinn theory and his contribution is among the more credible stories offered by the interviewees on that particular episode. Unfortunately, the program is not officially available in the U.S. but only on the Canadian version of the History Channel. (Beckley interviewed Shatner himself back in the 1970s about a UFO experience Shatner had had in the California desert several years prior to meeting Beckley. Beckley submitted an article on the incident to the UFO Digest a short while ago and the piece should still be posted somewhere for those interested. It should also be noted that Shatner later recanted the entire tale.)

Along with Beckley’s musings on the Djinn, the main body of his “The Authentic Book Of Ultra-Terrestrial Contacts” is drawn from his private collection of newspaper and magazine accounts that Beckley has gathered over the last fifty years. Some of the incidents were reported only in small local newspapers throughout the country and have never received much attention from the UFO community, which makes them all the more fresh and relevant today. It was often the case that, beginning sometime in the 1960s, UFO sightings and incidents drew almost no attention from the national media and were only reported on a hometown, grassroots level, a pattern that continues into the present time.


One such incident from Beckley’s huge collection of clippings took place in Virginia and was reported by “The Richmond Virginia Times-Dispatch” in September of 1979. A truck driver named Harry Joe Turner claimed to have had a UFO encounter that left him unable to work and seeking psychiatric and neurological help. He had only partial use of the left side of his body after the incident.

“Ever since it all began,” Turner said, “I’ve just been sitting here going over and over it in my mind, trying to piece things back together. I’d feel pretty good if I could just figure out where I’ve been.”

Turner said that he was willing to talk publicly about the incident in the hope that someone had had a similar experience and could explain it all to him.

Turner was driving his truck from Winchester to Fredericksburg, an 80-mile trip he had never made before. It was raining, and he said the road was strangely deserted. He saw the lights of an approaching truck in the distance.

“And from that moment on,” he said, “it was like I walked through a door right there into another world.”

Turner saw a brilliant light shining in his rearview mirror, then a beam of “palpably thick white light” settled over the truck. The steering wheel no longer seemed to control the vehicle. The entire truck was floating and an unknown “being” opened Turner’s cab door while another one was heard on his roof. He felt extreme pain in his shoulder, which he said was the steel-hard grip of one of the beings, though whoever the creature was, it was invisible. He reached for his revolver and fired where he believed the creature to be, getting off eight rounds, which seemed to simply pass through the being without harming it. When he realized he couldn’t kill the being, he panicked and his consciousness simply faded out.

Turner says his next memory was of waking up in the warehouse parking lot in Fredericksburg with no idea how he had gotten there. He was on the passenger side of the truck, and the seat belt on the driver’s side was fastened. His watch read 11:17, but a clock at the warehouse said it was 3 A.M. Most curious was that two mileage indicators on the truck showed that the vehicle had traveled only 17 miles since leaving Winchester. He unloaded his truck and rushed home to Winchester.

As is often the case with alien abduction, details of his otherworldly voyage began to come back to Turner. He said that his captors dressed in white, like doctors, with white caps on their head. When the beings lifted their caps, numbers written across their foreheads became visible. The words “Alpha Centauri” floated into his mind, which the reporter, Bill McKelway, points out is a star 4.3 light years from Earth, but which Turner had never heard of before.

“He felt he had been taken to a city-like place 2.5 light years beyond the star,” McKelway writes, “and there was a stop on the moon where he viewed astronaut Neil Armstrong’s footprints.”

The city Turner described seemed to have suffered a nuclear holocaust, and it was the mission of the aliens to prevent a similar occurrence on Earth.

“They want to help us,” Turner explained, “but they say things have gone pretty far here and that the end is coming soon.”

As he tried to put his life together after the first incident, Turner was visited by a band of six of the Ultra-Terrestrials. The creatures were again invisible but he believes he was able to knock five of them to the ground. On another occasion, he left the house and returned soaking wet for no apparent reason, probably another example of the “missing time” phenomenon he had experienced on his ill-fated trip to Fredericksburg.

The strange after-effects continued. He had crying spells and sometimes animals reacted strangely in his presence. Once he was out driving only to find one of the Ultra-Terrestrials in the car with him. Spurred on by the creature, he led as many as ten law enforcement officers on a wild chase through Berryville and Clark County at speeds exceeding 110 miles per hour. He was eventually stopped by a policeman and charged with two counts of reckless driving and two counts of failing to heed a siren and flashing lights. At the time the article was written, Turner was scheduled to stand trial in a couple of months and “his defense undoubtedly will be the most unusual in the history of Clark County General District Court,” according to McKelway.

In the meantime, Turner struggled with suicidal thoughts, a ringing in his ears, and with the warning messages he continued to receive from the Ultra-Terrestrials. He also read the Bible frequently to find some kind of sense of meaning.

“Twenty years from now,” Turner said, “I’ll still probably never know what happened that night.”


Another interesting case came to Beckley directly and not from his backlog of newspaper clippings. A man named Oscar Magocsi told Beckley his personal UFO saga, which began when he was taking a camping vacation alone near Toronto, Canada, in July of 1975.

A UFO landed behind the hill, and he picked up his flashlight and went to find it. The ship was hovering 60 feet above the ground and then landed about 50 feet from where Magocsi stood, all of which was accomplished without any noises from the craft. A door opened in the craft, and Magocsi decided to step inside. He was very afraid, but felt an even stronger pull of curiosity. There was no one inside the ship, but a strange display of lights began that scared him enough to flee for his safety.

The ship returned a couple of nights later, and this time he worked up the nerve to stay inside and see what would happen next. The ship began to lift off and he was able to see through the portholes that he was 1,000 feet above the ground. He was flown to Toronto in a mere two to three minutes, and from there to New York City. The thought entered his mind, “Let’s go to the pyramids,” and the ship went out over the Atlantic Ocean and quickly arrived in Egypt. There seemed to be an exchange of energy between the ship and the pyramids. They then landed somewhere in the Middle Eastern desert.

Magocsi said he thought he saw an approaching dust storm, but it turned out to be a column of tanks that began firing artillery shells at the ship. The ship lifted off the ground, and when the UFO had reached an altitude of 10,000 feet, jet fighters arrived, one of which fired two missiles at the escaping craft. The ship used two beams of light to disable the missiles, and Magocsi said he felt he was being shown the brief skirmish on purpose, that the Ultra-Terrestrials wanted to show off their defensive capabilities.

The next stop was Tibet and the Himalayas. The ship landed somewhere high in the mountains, and a line of monks carrying torches soon arrived. One of the monks escorted Magocsi to an underground monastery full of monks not just of Asian descent, but also of African and Native-American ancestry as well. Magocsi met a levitating monk at the monastery who seemed to be the one in charge. Then the UFO again crossed the Atlantic to South America, where Magocsi saw a strange lightning storm with greenish bolts issuing forth from the mountains and seemingly directed at the ship. After a brief visit to Mount Shasta in Northern California, he was returned to the same place where he was originally picked up. The entire experience had lasted 23 hours.

A few days later, the ship returned to Magocsi’s camping area and again took him on a long journey, but this time it was an “inter-dimensional” trip where he met human-looking aliens who had been trained in Earth mannerisms and languages so they could pass among us unnoticed as they go about their “mission,” whatever that may be. Humankind’s wicked collective vibrations are polluting the universe, they said, and expressed the familiar dread of a nuclear war on Earth, as the Space Brothers have been warning us about since the 1950s. Magocsi was told that open contact will eventually have to be made so that the Ultra-Terrestrials’ evil enemies from somewhere out in space don’t get to us first and use us as a weapon against them.

Magocsi’s adventures do seem to have more of an Ultra-Terrestrial feel to them. The creatures who took him up in their ship, while they never show themselves to him physically, seem proud of some of the earthly landmarks they take him to, like the pyramids in Egypt, as if they are boasting of their handiworks on Earth. “Let us show you some of the wonders we have made,” they appear to be saying.


Beckley has also unearthed a truly bizarre account from a woman in Florida who spoke to a West Palm Beach newspaper called “The Weekday” sometime around 1974.

“Mrs. Evelyn Wendt,” the article begins, “has carried a secret for the past 50 years. In 1924, she saw and talked to people from a UFO.”

Wendt, a beauty salon operator, told the reporter that she hadn’t spoken much about the incident since it happened because of the ridicule she was subjected to as a child. But Wendt felt that by the mid-1970s, times had changed and it was okay to talk about her experience.

The event took place while Wendt was playing in the schoolyard of the Holy Name Convent School in Dade City, Florida. She thinks the UFO must have rendered her unconscious momentarily, after which she saw an egg-shaped “thing” on the ground and a bright light shone in her eyes. The light went out and a hatch opened.

“Little people emerged,” Wendt said. “I think they were robots. I tried to count them, but they changed about so. They were smaller than I was and resembled animated flowers with faces where the bud would be. Remember, I was just a bitty thing then, and kids don’t fear flowers.”

The little people were carrying a weapon of some kind to the school’s science building. Since the creatures were so small, Wendt offered to help them with their load, but she was unable to even budge the device by herself. Wendt was told that the creatures had come to stop some work that was being done in the science building, and if the work continued, they would destroy the place. When the reporter asked what the work was, Wendt shook her head and said all she knew was that later the building was in shambles.

Wendt recalled that everything seemed real, though she couldn’t be sure, and that the conversation wasn’t “real talking” but that she knew somehow inside what was being said, an apparent reference to the telepathic exchanges often reported by witnesses to an Ultra-Terrestrial happening. The creatures offered to take Wendt with them when they left, but she declined the invitation.

Wendt said she had recently been in contact with Stephen Putnam, a member of a scientific organization that investigated UFOs, though the name of the organization is not mentioned in the article. Putnam told her that parts of her story had much in common with the reports of other experiencers. They attempted to probe Wendt’s memory further with regressive hypnosis, but she was unable to go into a trance, as sometimes happens.

“All I can remember now,” Wendt said, “is that the saucer was leaden-looking and very pockmarked. Then, when it started up, its molecules expanded and it turned silvery bright. The UFO then went straight up, hovered a minute, and disappeared from sight.”

These stories and more are available in Beckley’s “The Authentic Book of Ultra-Terrestrial Contacts,” which is a treasure trove of forgotten and neglected encounters with creatures far in advance of us who may have been living alongside of us since the dawn of time, nurturing us and the entire planet through eons of evolution and spiritual refinement. Beckley says that until we cease to call the UFO occupants “aliens” as opposed to Ultra-Terrestrials, we will never be able to reveal to the non-believing general public the truth of what is taking place all around us. What’s in a name? In this case, a simple choice of terminology may open us all to a whole new realm of wonder and mystery.

[If you enjoyed this article, visit Sean Casteel’s “UFO Journalist” website at www.seancasteel.com]

Source: UFO Digest


Skipper Claims to Have Taken Photo of Loch Ness Monster

He has dedicated more than two decades of his life to the hunt for the elusive Loch Ness monster, spending 60 hours a week on the water.

And now George Edwards believes he has finally fulfilled his ambition of spotting 'Nessie'; he even photographic evidence to prove it.

Mr Edwards, who has spent 26 years on his quest, managed to capture this image of a dark hump slinking in and out of the lake's waters from the deck of his boat, Nessie Hunter, before it vanished back into the deep.

He claims the picture is the best-ever taken of the Loch Ness Monster and proves once and for all that the elusive leviathan exists - and is definitely not a sturgeon

He says he has even had it independently verified by a team of US military monster experts as well as a Nessie sighting specialist.

Mr Edwards spends his life on the loch - around 60 hours a week - taking tourists out on his boat Nessie Hunter IV, and has led numerous Nessie hunts over the years.

'I was just about to return to Temple Pier (in Drumnadrochit) and I went to the back of the boat which was facing the pier and that’s when I saw it,' said 60-year-old Mr Edwards, a lifelong believer in the monster.

'It was slowly moving up the loch towards Urquhart Castle and it was a dark grey colour. It was quite a fair way from the boat, probably about half a mile away but it’s difficult to tell in water.'

After watching the object for five to ten minutes, Mr Edwards said it slowly sank below the surface and never resurfaced.

'I’m convinced I was seeing Nessie as I believe in these creatures. Far too many people have being seeing them for far too long,' he said.

'The first recorded sighting was in 565AD and there have been thousands of eye witness reports since then.

'All these people can’t be telling lies. And the fact the reports stretch over so many years mean there can’t just be one of them. I’m convinced there are several monsters.'

Steve Feltham, who has dedicated the past 21 years to hunting for Nessie was unequivocval. 'It is the best photograph I think I have ever seen,' he said.

From his base on Dores beach and has studied many Nessie sighting photographs.

'I think the images are fantastic - that’s the animal I have been looking for all this time,' he said yesterday.

'I would say it doesn’t prove what Nessie is, but it does prove what Nessie isn’t, a sturgeon which is a fish that has been put forward as one of the main explanations as to what Nessie could be but this hasn’t got a serrated spine like the sturgeon.

Mr Edwards attempted to use his vessel’s sonar to make a contact but to no avail.

'I hung around for a good half-an-hour and used the deep scanning sonar to try and pick it up, but I’m afraid I had no luck at all.'

Mr Edwards took the photo at 9am on 2nd November last year on a compact Samsung digital camera that he always keeps on the boat.

Before releasing it publicly he sent it to the USA for analysis, though he can’t reveal further details.

'I did not want to mention my sighting until I was sure that I had not photographed a log or something inanimate in the water,' he said. 'I have friends in the USA who have friends in the military.

'They had my photo analysed and they have no doubt that I photographed an animate object in the water. I was really excited as I am sure that some strange creatures are lurking in the depths of Loch Ness.'

Source: The Daily Mail


Horror News Interview With Brad and Sherry Steiger

Conspiracies and Secret Societies have become common place in American history. Do you think in 2012, our Government now hides more or less from “we the people” than it has in the past?

It is now more difficult than ever to discern the cover-ups and the disinformation from the chatter on the Internet. There are thousands of conspiracy sites, and now anyone can post his own favorite fear and loathing on the Internet. Ever since Viet Nam and the Cold War, more Americans than ever before have come to distrust their government. When it was discovered that the Gulf of Tonkin incident that got us into an unpopular war that divided our nation was a fictional event, millions now disregard any proclamation from the government as propaganda or an outright lie. While there may at one time have been storage facilities for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, the nation later found that it had been sucked into another unpopular and unnecessary war by its government.

Do you think history will just keep repeating itself with our Government always feeling the need to cover up it’s dirty little secrets, or will our children live to see a time of truth in Government?

That depends upon our children demanding a responsible form of government that does not tolerate lying to “we the people.” It seems likely that a third party is in the birth throes of development.

Who is responsible for most of these lies and cover-ups, The President, The FBI, The CIA, or perhaps a secret society we know nothing about?

We would have to check all of the above, plus a few that are such deep black ops that none of the official branches and agencies know fully what is going on.

Do you have a favorite topic of interest from Conspiracies and Secret Societies – maybe something you keep going to back
to and can’t seem to get enough knowledge on the subject?

Although we have a great deal of information about the following conspiracies in the book, we would very much like to learn much more about:  HAARP The electronic spying, surveillance, and the tracking of our private citizens regarding their every move on the Internet, Facebook, cell phones, purchases made in retail stores, etc. Germ and biological warfare Our government’s secret experiments on its citizens.

After decades of countless UFO reports, why do most people still consider the possibility of extraterrestrials nothing more than science fiction?

Quite likely because in spite of numerous claims, there is still no hardcore physical proof, no crashed space vehicles, no evidence of abductions and the alleged insertion of implants in abductees. From the beginning of modern UFO reports, many of the sightings have now been proven to be the military’s top- secret aircraft.

While physical proof may be lacking, we believe that the phenomenon is very real and witnessed by hundreds of thousands of individuals throughout the globe. We have presented many theories as to what the enigma may be in our Real Aliens, Space Beings, and Creatures from Other Worlds. We are convinced that the science of the future may better understand the underlying factors in what may be possible physical multidimensional events or examples of the individual mystical experience.

What kind of event would have to take place from something to go from conspiracy theory to conspiracy reality?

The discoveries by persistent researchers that such events that were once dismissed as conspiracy theories and paranoia actually occurred, such as, among many, many others:

The Department of Defense using hundreds of thousands of military personnel and unknowing private citizens in experiments with mustard and nerve gas, ionizing radiation, and hallucinogenic drugs. The 200 black men who were diagnosed with syphilis in the 1932 Tuskegee Study and who were never told of their illness and who continued to be used as human guinea pigs.

The CIA’s insidious top-secret MK-ULTRA conducting ghastly brainwashing and mind-altering drug experiments that may have produced the perfect assassins, as well as the Unabomber.

In compiling information for the book, did you ever stumble across anything that surprised you?

The advancement of such instrumentation as HAARP, which may be able to control and to manipulate the weather to cause such horrible disasters as Katrina in New Orleans, the Indonesian tsunami, and the 9.0 earthquake in Japan which set off the Fukishima disaster.

What would you consider the biggest Government cover-up of all time?

Although the jury is still out in proving many alleged cover-ups, we feel the silence about the secret experiments conducted on private citizens is perhaps the most heinous. As recently as September 30, 2010, Secretary of State Hilary Rodham Clinton and Human Health Services Kathleen Siebelius apologized to the Government of Guatemala for “clearly unethical” experiments conducted in 1946 to 1948 in which American public health doctors infected nearly 700 prison inmates and soldiers with venereal disease.

Perhaps one of the most successful of the U.S. Government’s cover-ups was Operation Paperclip. Immediately after the close of World War II, as many as 1,600 Nazi scientists and their dependents were smuggled out of Germany to the United States to begin work to jump-start the space program. Operation Paperclip was not made public until 1973 after the first astronauts set foot on the moon.

What’s new in the world of Brad & Sherry Steiger?

In October, Visible Ink will release the Second Edition of Brad’s popular Real Ghosts, Restless Spirits, and Haunted Places. Brad and Sherry are busy working on their next book for Visible Ink, Real Encounters, Different Dimensions, and Otherworldly Beings.


Source: Horror News

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