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List of UFO Organizations

Green Bay Wisconsin USA Jan-2007 photo by anonymous photographer, of what seems to be a disk with several colored lights on its underside: 12 of those lights evenly spaced at 30° apart forming an inner circle and 4 more at 90° apart – bigger photo [ufoevidence]

Story: "An email contact of mine sent them. She asserts her Husband took them a few weeks ago (around the first week of January) in Wisconsin near Green Bay. I reserve judgement but I will say it is very similar with Weyauwega UFO" — Jack Nethering

Related: This object’s configuration somewhat resembles the UFO seen by the pilots of Chicago airlines DC3 Mar-1950 (estim. 9-12 "lights" on its underside). Another is the Weyauwega, WI USA, Feb-2003 (3 lights on its underside spaced 120° apart)

Water connection: Throughout this site, I keep pointing out the apparent connection between low-altitude sightings of UFOs and bodies of water (like the Great Lakes in these cases). It was researcher Ivan T. Sanderson, who in his 1971 book Invisible Residents: The Reality of Underwater UFOs suggested that aliens could remain undetected by building their bases beneath the Earth’s oceans.

Related #2: Sighting by long-time UFO investigator and author Raymond E. Fowler on 14-May-1980, near Mars Hill, Maine USA. In his MUFON report he describes "three (3) disks with many white lights on bottom. Hovered perfectly still in close formation, suddenly took off at incredible speed from a standstill. It was raining" full report

Summary: Civilian UFO organizations have nearly always operated on a shoestring budget, essentially volunteer organizations. Still many of them managed to do remarkable work over the past 50yr, investigating and documenting UFO sighting reports. Overall, perhaps about a thousand (1000) UFO organizations have been created all over the globe since the 1950s, but only a handful of them became large (NICAP’s membership peaked at about 15,000 during the early and mid 1960s; APRO’s membership peaked in 1967 with 1500 members). Many investigative organizations have closed down over the years (e.g. NICAP, APRO, UFORIC). Some of the few surviving ones had to down-size considerably since the mid-1990s, perhaps tied to the Internet era (e.g. CUFOS in USA, MUFON-CES in Germany, SOBEPS->COBEPS in Belgium). UFO historian J.Clark remarked that there has been a breakdown of morale in the field of UFO research, as the substantial efforts in UFO case investigations of the 1960s and 1970s failed to attract mainstream attention. In the 1980s the focus of UFO organizations was aimed towards the Roswell NM 1947 incident (alleged UFO crash), the MJ12 papers controversy (ostensibly "leaked" Top Secret documents revealing a covert involvement of US military and government with UFOs), government coverups and the so-called "alien abduction" phenomenon. In the 1990s and 2000s several advocacy and "disclosure" groups were formed, to petition for renewed government-sponsored UFO studies and transparency. Some old-timers are "deeply pessimistic" about Ufology, concluding that the UFO field is all but paralyzed by infighting, a lack of funding, cooperation and standardization, and dubious claims.

For an extensive list of UFO groups, visit UFO Organizations @ ufoinfo.com or take a look at the small sample below:

UFO reporting, documentation and study

  • North America
  • Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) – Established in 1969, MUFON is the largest surviving civilian UFO organization with about 2800 members (its peak membership was 6000). MUFON is a US-organization (it has a small international footprint) with chapters in every US state, which describes its mission as "the systematic collection and analysis of UFO data, with the ultimate goal of learning the origin and nature of the UFO phenomenon, for the benefit of mankind." MUFON is an investigative organization, it accepts reports of UFO sightings submitted by the public via its website and it dispatches them to its investigators. MUFON’s main website offers an interface to the MUFON Case Management System (MUFON-CMS) that stores UFO sighting reports, links to regional MUFON chapters, a UFO Investigator’s Manual, and also hosts the Bob Pratt archives. MUFON is decentralised, it is not a monolithic organization, but rather a loose confederation of state organizations ("chapters") with widely varying standards. Regional MUFON Websites often have a wealth of info and publish local UFO case files [e.g. CT,GA,OR] In early 2008, MUFON in partnership with TBV scanned and published online the MUFON journals 1967-2000 in .PDF format (earlier editions are scanned and harder to read).

MUFON 501(c)(3) Form 990 EIN: 37-0990161 (Note: For a period of 10-months until Jan-2010, MUFON got a ~$330K funding for the S.I.P. (STAR Impact Program) which allowed MUFON’s "S.T.A.R." team to travel around the US and do field investigation of the most promising UFO reports, sponsored by Robert T. Bigelow, a hotel and aerospace entrepreneur from Las Vegas NV.)

  • National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC) is basically one man, Peter Davenport. NUFORC was founded in 1974 by Bob Gribble to accept UFO-sighting reports from the public via its phone hot-line, since no "official" US government agency accepted UFO reports after USAF’s Blue Book closed down in Jan-1970. Bob Gribble ran NUFORC for 20 years, until he passed the torch to Peter Davenport in 1994. Peter brought NUFORC to the Internet era, offering a Web-form in addition to the 24/7 phone hotline for "current" reports. NUFORC’s Web site offers on-line over 50,000 (generally un-investigated) UFO reports. NUFORC’s case briefs.
  • J. Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS): Dr J. Allen Hynek, past Chairman of the Astronomy department at Northwestern University and scientific consultant of USAF Project Blue Book for 20 years, thought "the UFO phenomenon had been the subject of misconceptions, misinformation, and an unscientific approach". To help rectify the situation, in late 1973 Hynek and a group of selected scientists established the Center for UFO Studies "for those who wish to see positive scientific action taken to end a quarter of a century of misrepresentation and buffoonery". CUFOS quickly became a significant force in UFO research, drawing upon the capabilities of the other UFO organizations to do field-investigations. CUFOS produced 2 periodical publications: International UFO Reporter (IUR) CUFOS’ magazine published articles and commentary and Journal of UFO Studies (JUFOS) the only peer-reviewed journal dealing exclusively with the UFO phenomenon.

In mid-1970s CUFOS received funds allowing it a full time employee, and Allan Hendry, with a B.A. in astronomy and a friend of Dr Hynek, got the job. His main task was editing the CUFOS newsletter and answering the ‘UFO Hot Line’, a service operated via local police departments. Hendry personally investigated over 1300 UFO reports and wrote "The UFO Handbook: A Guide to Investigating, Evaluating and Reporting UFO Sightings" Doubleday (1979). His wife Elaine Hendry is a physicist and UFO researcher; she was the editor-in-chief of the Journal of UFO Studies (JUFOS). The organization is currently headed by Scientific Director Mark Rodeghier who took over from Hynek in 1986. The recent economic downturn forced CUFOS to close its office and move operations to the basement of Rodeghier’s home in Chicago.

[Note: UFO historian Jerome Clark calls Allan Hendry "one of the most skilled investigators in the history of UFO research." However, I have my doubts. Anyone who has done UFO case investigations will tell you that finding the real explanation is often a massive effort, involving as much luck as sweat, as shown in cases where plausible prosaic explanations (as opposed to the "Prozac explanations" offered by "pelicanists" as they seem to be Prozac-induced) have been developed. Hendry categorized 88.5% of the cases as identified (IFOs). A breakdown of the sources of IFOs shows that over 92% are generated by just seven categories of events: Stars and Planets (32.8%); advertising planes (21.8%); aircraft (19.3%), meteors and satellite re-entries (10.5%); balloons (4%); satellites (2.1%); and the Moon (2.1%). I have noticed a similar approach in several European UFO groups, e.g. GEP (Gesellschaft zur Erforschung des UFO-Phänomen e.V.) in Germany, which proudly claims to have resolved 96.7% of cases submitted to it. The CUFOS/Hendry and GEP resolution figures deviate quite strongly from other studies of UFO reports, such as USAF BlueBook Special Report Nr.14 by Battelle Memorial Institute in 1954, which listed 21.5% of the 3201 cases as unexplained, or the 1979 French GEPAN (CNES France/C.Poher) report, which stated that about a quarter of over 1,600 closely studied UFO cases defied explanation]

Europe: "Umbrella-organizations" aimed to connect UFO researchers around Europe, include EUFORO and euroufo.net (EuroUFO) with ~100 European UFO researchers from 18 countries. Country-specific UFO organizations:

South America: AFAIK five South American countries have official UFO projects: Argentina (CIFA), Brazil, Chile (CEFAA), Peru (OIFAA), Uruguay (CRIDOVNI). A point worth noting is the lack of adversarial relationship between the official South American UFO projects and civilian ufologists, unlike the situation in U.S. and Europe.

  • Argentina: CIFA
  • Brazil: Brazilian Committee of UFO Researchers (CBU), Brazilian UFO Magazine, CUB, infa.com.br
  • Chile: CEFAA (Comité de Estudios de Fenómenos Aéreos Anómalos) official body in Chile for UFO Investigation
  • Uruguay: C.R.I.D.O.V.N.I. (which operates within the Uruguayan Air Force), CIOVI Uruguay (1958-2008)
  • Peru (OIFAA) official UFO project
  • U.A.P.S.G. (Unusual Aerial Phenomena Study Group)

Asia & Oceania:

Public UFO Archives, initiatives to preserve UFO history

  • Archives for UFO Research (AFU) was founded in Sweden in 1973. Today the AFU holds one of the biggest repositories of UFO data and UFO-related folklore in the world.
  • Sign Historical Group (SHG) @ Project 1947. Quoting from SHG’s statement of purpose "SHG is an association of scholars and researchers who have come together to facilitate and promote the discovery and preservation of materials, and the production and dissemination of publications, about the history of the UFO phenomenon and the institutions and persons who investigated it."
  • Sign Oral History Project (SOHP) archiving of spoken memories and personal commentaries of historical significance through recorded interviews of individuals who have personal knowledge of some aspect of UFO history, whether witnesses, government officials and personnel, scientists and investigators etc
  • bluebookarchive.org, (alt: footnote.com) – Archive of USAF Project Blue Book, provides free online access to over 50,000 official US Government documents relating to the UFO phenomenon.
  • MagoniaX – Magonia Exchange is an international group of researchers compiling pre-1947 historical accounts of anomalous aerial phenomena. Presently contains over 3000 accounts of such accounts (found in old newspapers from many different nations and years, in old journals, scientific publications, books and so on). Note: Website down, try magonia_exchange @ yahoogroups instead
  • Sauvegarde, Conservation des Etudes et Archives Ufologiques (S. C. E. A. U.) – France
  • The Black Vault by John Greenwald Jr
  • The Anomaly Archives in Austin Texas USA, is the lending library (over 2200 titles) of the Scientific Anomalies Institute, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Founded by Stephen Miles Lewis.
  • APRO Archives and Files ("lost UFO files"): [defunct] Aerial Phenomena Research Organization (APRO) was a UFO research group started in 1952 by the husband and wife team of Jim and Coral Lorenzen. It was based in Tucson, Arizona but had many state branches. APRO remained active until 1988, although in 1969 many members moved to MUFON. APRO stressed scientific field investigations, and had a large staff of consulting Ph.D. scientists. Mentioning APRO in UFO research circles in recent decades is bound to bring up the sad story of "lost APRO files" i.e. the eleven or so file cabinets full of UFO case investigation files (est. 15,000 cases) that were taken by Brian Myers and Tina Choate and shipped to a warehouse in Scottsdale. In March 2011, OpenMinds.tv announced it posted their extensive collection of The APRO Bulletin (1955-1970) on-line at openminds.tv/apro-bulletins (PDF)
  • Notable personal archives: Barry Greenwood greenwoodufoarchive.com (FOIA declassified documents on secret US government interest in UFOs), Loren Gross ("UFOs: A history" – 112 volumes representing about 9600 pages of reproduced texts and illustrations, donated to AFU), Wendy Connors "Faded Discs" Audio Archive of UFO History (incl Bob Gribble’s NUFORC audio recordings), Ted Bloecher CSI-NY (donated many of his files to CUFOS).
  • governmentattic.org (not UFO-specific) provides electronic copies of hundreds of interesting Federal Government documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.

UFO photo archives (but how many authentic?):

  • Catalogue of 5,000 UFO photographs maintained by French ufologist Stéphane Bernard, an IBM employee based in Meudon.
  • FOTOCAT (fotocat.blogspot.com) is a project by the Anomaly Foundation (Spain), managed by Vicente-Juan Ballester Olmos, to maintain a catalogue (Excel spreadsheet) of UFO (and IFO) photos. It reached 10,000 photos in 2010.
  • Another large collection is in the archives of German author of bestsellers on UFOs and religious mysteries, Michael Hesemann.
  • There is also the "UFO Photo Archives" by Wendelle C. Stevens, US Air Force Lt. Col. (retired) who by exchanging UFO pictures with a number of other collectors -such as August Roberts- compiled one of the largest libraries of UFO still images (over 4,000 pictures) [note: Wendelle C. Stevens has been associated with a number of highly dubious UFO cases, including the Billy Meier case, and is generally considered unreliable by most Ufologists].
  • David Aaron "UFO video clearinghouse" has reportedly collected thousands of hours of amateur video of UFOs.

Defunct UFO groups

  • Britain: NORTHERN UFO NETWORK (NUFON) UK: Formed in 1974, the Northern UFO Network or NUFON was a loose federation of local UFO groups throughout northern England. At the peak about 20 groups were members. A small newsletter called Northern UFO News was published by the group. Although the federation of groups no longer exists, Jenny Randles has recently published on-line an archive of past issues in PDF format at Northern UFO News covering the period from 1974 to 2002.
  • US: NICAP, APRO (Lorenzens), UFORIC (Matt Graeber), CSI (Civilian Saucer Intelligence of New York, co-founded by Ted Bloecher and Isabel L. Davis in 1954) etc

Political activism, disclosure, "exopolitics" etc

  • Coalition for Freedom of Information (CFI) is an organization founded in 2002, based in Washington DC and headed by journalist Leslie Kean. CFI’s stated mission is "advocating for greater government openness on information about UFOs, and for responsible coverage by the media based on a rational and credible approach". In co-operation with James Fox (producer of UFO documentaries "Out of the blue" 2002 and "I know what I saw" 2009), CFI organized the highly acclaimed press conference on 12-Nov-2007 at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. In that event, 14 witnesses from 7 countries discussed their personal encounters with UFOs and official investigations. In Nov-2009, Leslie Kean released her final report on the conclusion of the Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against NASA, concerning the Kecksburg UFO case of 1965.
  • Citizens Against UFO Secrecy (CAUS) [basically defunct] – an activist organization founded in 1977 to make public government data on UFOs. The organization was originally established by W. Todd Zechel, Brad Sparks, and lawyer Peter Gersten. Between 1977 and 1984 it made numerous Freedom of Information (FOIA) requests, filed lawsuits against agencies of US, investigated UFO reports and published its findings and a newsletter. In 1984, after CAUS was essentially a defunct organization, researchers Larry Fawcett and Barry Greenwood used CAUS as a vehicle to publish a newsletter, following the publication of their 1984 book "Clear Intent" re-published as "The UFO Cover Up" in 1993. A conflict arose in 1998, when Gersten re-asserted control of CAUS to turn it to "activist organization dedicated to ending all secrecy about extraterrestrial contact…" in alliance with Dr Greer (CSETI, Disclosure Project) and S. Bassett (PRG, X-PPAC).
  • Paradigm Research Group (PRG) is the political activism organization of Stephen Bassett, describing its mission as "dedicated to ending the government imposed truth embargo regarding an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race." By 2010, PRG/X-PPAC had held six annual "X-conferences" and in 2009 petitioned President Obama via its "Million Fax on Washington" initiative.
  • The Disclosure Project founded in 1993 by Dr Steven Greer is pushing for "full disclosure and open Congressional hearings on the UFO/ET presence, including testimony of military/government persons, witnesses to UFO events and projects, with release from security oaths". It organized a widely publicized press conference at National Press Club in Washington DC in May-2001.

Dr Greer has been ostracized by the UFO research community for dubious claims and questionable offers e.g. offering an "Ambassador to the Universe" training expeditions through his CSETI organization, which includes "…learning advanced techniques in Remote Viewing and higher states of consciousness" and doing "primary and secondary vectoring of UFOs" (translation: waving and blinking flashlights) at a cost of $3680/person, championing disclosure but ironically requiring attendees to his workshops to sign strict non-disclosure agreements, mixing UFOs with "New Age" and a political agenda (e.g. calling for a legislative ban of space-based weapons) and claiming that free energy technology is being suppressed. However most critics admit that several (but not all) of the witness testimonies collected by the Disclosure Project in its early years (before credibility issues arose and drove others away) were quite compelling.

Note: Videos of both the 12-Nov-2007 and the May-2001 events are available to watch online in the testimonies page.

Databases of UFO sighting reports:

  • UFOCAT by CUFOS, managed by Donald Johnson since about 1990, previously by David Saunders and Fred Merritt (1976-1990)
  • *U* by Larry Hatch, the second largest UFO database after UFOCAT, aimed to provide a filtered catalogue of UFO sightings, contains very brief descriptions with mapping info, most sourced from UFO literature (books and journals)
  • UNICAT by Willy Smith
  • NUFORC by Bob Gribble (1974-1994) and Peter Davenport (1994-2011+)
  • BlueBook Special Report 14, data collected by USAF’s Project Bluebook between 1947-1952

UFO instrumental monitoring: Ray Stanford (Project Starlight P.S.I.), Harley Rutledge, Project Hessdalen Norway, Douglas Trumbull (UFOTOG 2010)

My opinion: What I see today as the prevailing sentiment in the UFO subculture is that many "believers" don’t care for an investigative organization, they already "know the answer" — which typically is along the lines of "The previous decades’ investigative efforts into UFO incidents and whistleblower accounts have established beyond a reasonable doubt that UFOs are physically real and most likely alien craft. Some group operating somewhere within the US Military / Intelligence / Government is sitting upon the definitive evidence (UFO wreckage and bodies) to prove this. Rather than putting more resources into low-level efforts by civilian UFO groups, we need to apply political pressure to end UFO secrecy". A few may lean towards conspiratorial speculations (underground alien bases, government treaties with aliens, abductions, hidden technologies of free energy and anti-gravity, Nazi UFOs, secret gov, NWO etc) or "spiritualistic" / "New-Agey" beliefs (e.g. benevolent aliens imparting wisdom, urging us to mend our ways or warning us about ecological disasters). So most people in the UFO subculture just want some sort of group to connect to like-minded people, and this is reflected in the membership numbers. By the way, I was quite surprised to find out that several of the UFO groups in Europe, are in fact run by "pelicanists" i.e. people who are active in the UFO community and may even do investigations (unlike the "armchair skeptics" in US), but will invariably propose hard-to-believe and sometimes downright ludicrous "prosaic explanations" (which I call "Prozac explanations" as they seem to be Prozac-induced) to puzzling UFO sightings, in a desperate effort to explain them away.

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Video: UFO or X-47B Riding on a Flatbed?

Happy Monday everyone. Below you’ll find an interesting video to give you material to show your crazy uncle during the holidays.

Despite the title, this video doesn’t show a UAV going cross country on a flatbed truck. It shows one of Northrop Grumman’s X-47B drones being shipped to Naval Air Station Patuxent River in Maryland from California, a Northrop spokesman just confirmed to DT. Remember, the two X-47Bs are being sent to Pax River where they’ll engineers will practice aircraft carrier take-offs and landings on a strip of runway painted to resemble a carrier’s flight deck.

Yes, its shrink wrapped but you can clearly see the aircraft’s nose profile and air intake beneath the packaging. You can also see the plane’s landing gear, too.

Click through the jump for the video:

http://defensetech.org/2011/12/19/video-ufo-or-x-47b-rides-on-a flatbed/utm_content=defense+defesa+military+militar&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=www.defensetech.org&utm_term=defense+defesa+military+militar

Ritual Magic, Mind Control and the UFO Phenomenon

Part 1

It was not long after my own encounter with strange aerial phenomenon that I began to see a link between UFOs to such seemingly disparate topics as psychedelics, psychotronics, and ritual magick. As the years pass, the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis (ETH) makes far less sense to the observer than other theories ranging from mind control conspiracies or — on the other hand — fissures in the space-time continuum which provide a portal of entry for ghostly apparitions that can be saucer-shaped or even take on the form of Moth-Men, Chupacabras or the Blessed Virgin Mary.

UFOs encompass a wide range of phenomenon and cannot be categorized simply in terms of little gray skinned buggers from Zeta-Reticuli shoving probes up human rectums (Ouch!). To me the term "UFO" simply suggests something unexplainable hovering in outer or inner space, whether it is machine-like elves encountered under the influence of DMT, or nuts and bolt craft performing inexplicable aerial maneuvers over Area 51.

UFOs are limited only by our imagination, and to consider them merely craft from another galaxy is as narrow a view as postulating that newborn babies are delivered exclusively by storks. UFOs are also — in my estimation — a product of altered consciousness, which is not to suggest that all sightings are in part, or in whole, complete hallucinations. What I’m suggesting is that in order to observe UFOs, one must often enter into a more receptive state, much like a psychic or channeler tunning into voices or subtle energies. Channelers must first induce in themselves a trance state before being able to contact "voices from the beyond". The same goes for magickal workings wherein magicians carry out rituals in order to invoke spirits and/or demons.

A corollary to the above statement is the famed Amalantrah Working of legendary occultist Aleister Crowley, which consisted of a series of visions he received from January through March of 1918 via his then "Scarlet Women," one Roddie Minor. Throughout his life, Crowley had a number of Scarlet Women, who acted as "Channels" for otherworldly transmissions of angelic and/or demonic origin. The Scarlet Woman also played a large part in Crowley’s notorious sex ritual, at times combining drugs and bestiality to stir up those strange energies into which good ol’ Uncle Al was trying to tap. To quote Crowley chronicler Kenneth Grant from Aleister Crowley and the Hidden God:

“Crowley was aware of the possibility of opening the spatial gateways and of admitting an extraterrestrial current in the human life-wave… It is an occult tradition — and Lovecraft gave it persistent utterance in his writings — that some transfinite and superhuman power is marshaling its forces with intent to invade and take possession of this planet… This is reminiscent of Charles Fort’s dark hints about a secret society on earth already in contact with cosmic beings and, perhaps, preparing the way for their advent. Crowley dispels the aura of evil with which these authors (Lovecraft and Fort) invest the fact; he prefers to interpret it thelemically, not as an attack upon human consciousness from within, to embrace other stars and to absorb their energies into a system that is thereby enriched and rendered truly cosmic by the process…”

It was through the Amalantrah Working — which included the ingestion of hashish and mescaline in its rituals — that Crowley came into contact with an interdimensional entity named Lam, who by the way just happens to be a dead ringer for the popular conception of the "Grey" alien depicted on the cover of Whitley Strieber’s Communion. Crowley called them "Enochian entities" because he purportedly contacted them by using "Enochian call", a Cabalistic system/language devised by 17th century Elizabethan magician, Dr. John Dee. From this alleged encounter, some have inferred that the industrious Mr. Crowley intentionally opened a portal of entry through the practice of ritual magick, which allowed the likes of Lam and other "alien greys" a passageway onto Earth plane. Dr. John Dee and his "scryer", Edward Kelly, had their own strange encounters with — as they call them — "little men" who moved about "in a little fiery cloud", thus a pattern exists in the lore of ritual magic connecting UFOs to sorcery.

Some now believe that what Crowley tapped into was the same unconscious reservoir of high weirdness that helped launch the current rash of alien abductions, as reported by such "experts" in the field as Bud Hopkins, John Mack, David Jacobs et al. When making these connections, bear in mind that many abductees recall their encounters with these gray skinned creatures only after they’ve been hypnotically regressed. Once again, we see that trance state — not unlike those ASC’s produced during rituals such as the Amalantrah Working — are often the triggering factor which opens up a portal for these strange entities. According to Kenneth Grant, this tradition has been continued by current day adepts of the Great Beast, who follow in his footsteps practicing ritual magic to invoke these "alien entities".

In Outside the Circles of Time, Grant writes:

“Some believe that the UFO phenomena are part of the "miracle", and a mounting mass of evidence seems to suggest that mysterious entities have been located within the earth’s ambience for countless centuries and that more and more people are being born with innate ability to see, or in some way sense their presence… Prayer for deific intervention in ancient times has now become a cri de coeure to extra-terrestrial or interdimensional entities, according to whether the manifestations are viewed as occuring within man’s consciousness, or outside himself in apparently objective but often invisible entities. New Isis Lodge has in its archives the sigils of some of these entities. The sigils com from a grimoire of unknown origin which forms a part of the dark quabalahs of Besqul, located by magicians in the Tunnel of Quliefi. The grimoire describes Four Gates of extraterrestrial entry into, and emergence from, the known Universe.”

What Grant is speaking of is a form of ritual magic(k) practiced by such groups as the Golden Dawn, and the Ordo Templi Orientis(O.T.O.). "Sigils" are line drawings and diagrams that serve as signatures of entities accessible to a trained magician familiar with "Enochian calls" and other methods of summoning "spirits". A grimoire is a directory of such sigils, and a manual for their use.

A noted disciple of Crowley’s, Jack Parsons — one time head of the California branch of the O.T.O., and renowned rocket scientist — carried on this tradition of interdimensional contact when, in 1946 — with the aid of "Frater H." — he made contact with some sort of entities not at all unlike Crowley’s "Lam". This all took place during a series of magic rituals deemed the Babalon Workings. What makes this story all the more bizarre is that Parson’s accomplice in this endeavor — the aforementioned Frater H. — became more commonly known afterwards as the charismatic cult leader L.Ron Hubbard, the founder of Scientology.

Apparently, Hubbard played a role similar to that of Edward Kelly, "scryer" for the aforementioned Dr. John Dee, of whom Crowley was an ardent admirer. A scryer works as a receptor of otherworldly communications, often using a crystal ball or similar device in conjunction with the magician’s rituals and ceremonies to summon beings from other dimensions. Together magician and scryer work hand-in-hand in summoning these otherworldly beings: be they angels, demons or spirits of the dead. Crowley’s Scarlet Woman, in many instances, performed this same function; for instance Crowley’s first wife, Rose Kelly — while in a magical trance — received the first three chapters of the infamous Book of the Law, the manuscript that laid the foundation for Crowley’s "religion", Thelema. Furthermore, the portal of entry for the extraterrestrial beings that Crowley theoretically opened (when he invoked the entity "Lam") may have been further enlarged by Parsons and Hubbard with the commencement of the Babalon Working, thus facilitating a monumental paradigm shift in human consciousness. As Kenneth Grant wrote, "The [Babalon] Working began… just prior to the wave of unexplained ariel phenomena now recalled as the ‘Great Flying Saucer Flap!’ Parsons opened a door and something flew in." Such researchers as John Carter suggest that the detonation of atomic bombs over Japan — during the latter part of World War II — may have also played a part in opening this door between dimensions or, at least, attracted the curiosity of our intergalactic neighbors.

As Thelemic history instructs, 1947 ended the first stage of the Babalon Working, as Parsons and Hubbard parted ways amid a cloud of turmoil.(Apparently, Hubbard split with Parsons wife and a large part of his fortune.) It was the same year the Modern Age of UFOs flew into view with the Kenneth Arnold sightings over Mt. Rainer in Washington state, followed not long after by the legendary saucer crash in Roswell, New Mexico.

1947 was also the year that marked the passing of the Great Beast, Aleister Crowley. Not long after these monumental events, in 1948, Albert Hoffman gave birth to LSD, which indicates that strange things were indeed aloof in the collective unconscious of humanity between the years of 1946-48. Connecting all this high weirdness up even tighter is conspiracy researcher John Judge, who — in an interview on KPFK radio, Los Angeles on August 12, 1989 dubbed "Unidentified Fascist Observatories" — stated that Kenneth Arnold and Jack Parsons were flying partners, though I have as yet, been unable to find additional corroboration to support his claim.

As for L. Ron Hubbard — though it is not well publicized by current day members of the Church of Scientology — much of his "religion" was based on a bizarre cosmology he apparently concocted, perhaps to see how much his flock was willing to swallow, a thesis which suggested that several million years ago the souls of dead space aliens (Thetans) entered into the body of Earth humans, and that is part of the reason why today were so screwed up as a species.

Another interesting "UFO" parallel to note is that Parsons and Hubbard’s "visionary experience" with these alien-like entities transpired in the California desert, which during the late 40’s and 50’s was a hotbed for flying saucer activity. It was in this setting that such famous "Contactees" as George Adamski and George Hunt Williamson invoked their own brand of cosmic messengers transported by saucers, cigar-shaped vessels and the like, often originating from nearby Venus, or other seemingly uninhabitable planets in our solar system.

In the 1930’s — prior to his "Space Brother" encounters — Adamski operated a monastery dubbed "The Royal-Order of Tibet," which afforded him a permit to make sacrificial wine during the Prohibition. After the Prohibition ended, Adamski’s monastery suddenly closed its doors, and he afterwards opened a burger stand near the Mount Polomar Observatory. While there, Adamski claimed to have helped astronomers photograph several UFO’s — a claim that afterwards was never verified by anyone at the observatory.

Adamski’s first encounter with the "Space Brothers" occurred in the Mojave Desert on November 20, 1952, when — in the company of George Hunt Williamson and some other friends — he witnessed a cigar-shaped craft being pursued by military jets. Just before disappearing from sight, the craft ejected a silver disc, which landed a short distance from Adamski and his party. When Adamski arrived at the saucer he was greeted by a man with long blonde hair, wearing a one-piece suit.

Telepathically, the "man" informed Adamski he was from Venus, and that he was concerned about the possibility of atomic bomb radiation from Earth reaching other planets in the solar system, and that various beings from throughout the galaxy were visiting Earth harboring these same concerns. According to Adamski, he was taken aboard one of the alien ships and flown around to several venues throughout the universe, including the dark side of the moon. During the course of his ariel foray, Adamski took an array of spurious photographs that have been widely viewed as a hoax. In "Unidentified Fascist Observatories", John Judge asserts that Adamski was an asset of the CIA, who in his lecture tours throughout the 50’s and 60’s dispersed disinfo on behalf of the Company.

Adamski’s colleague — George Hunt Williamson — went on to author several UFO books, such as Other Tongues — Other Flesh, and promulgated the idea of a cosmic good-versus-evil battle taking place between the "good guys" from the dog star, Sirius, versus the evil shit-kickers from Orion. Strangely enough, the planet Sirius is a recurring theme found throughout Occult and UFO lore.

Of note in this regard is Robert Temple’s The Sirius Mystery, published in 1977, which documents the history of the Dogon tribe in Africa, and their fabled meetings with the Nommo, a race of three-eyed, crab-clawed beings from Sirius. It was these intergalactic emissaries — as Dogon legends record — that passed onto the tribe as far back as 3200 B.C. various astronomical data, among which that Sirius has a companion star invisible to the naked eye. These legends far predate the advent of telescopes, and were later confirmed by astronomers. This "companion" star — Sirius B — wasn’t even photographed until 1970. In addition to this knowledge regarding Sirius B, such as the fact that Jupiter has four moons; Saturn has a ring around it; and that the planets in our solar system orbit around the sun. All of these facts, of course, were later confirmed by science.

In the Sirius Mystery, Temple traces contact with the Nommos all the way back to Sumeria circa 4500 B.C. At that time, he says, these three-eyed-crab-clawed creatures appeared in their mighty space ships from the stars, bestowing unto humankind vast secrets; revealing mysteries and esoteric knowledge passed on to initiates in various secret societies in Egypt, the Near East, and Greece. These initial contacts Temple contends, planted the seeds for the various mystery religions, whose offshoots include the likes of Giordano Bruno, Dr. John Dee, and the overall foundation which laid the stones for Freemasonry, and other secret schools of esoteric knowledge such as the Knights Templar and the Rosicrucians. In fact, Freemasons believe that civilization on Earth was initially formed by initiates from the Sirius star system, whom they equate with the Egyptian Trinity of Isis, Osiris, and Horus. In these legends, Osiris has been portrayed as a precursor to Christ, who was first crucified then later resurrected, forming the basis of an Egyptian priesthood that worships Sun gods.

The adepts of these mystery religions have always referred to themselves — in one form or another — as the Illuminati; those who have been "illuminated" by their worship of the various Sun gods/Moon goddesses.

In his treatise, Temple further notes that the entire Egyptian calendar revolved around the movements of Sirius, and that the calendar year began with the "dog days" when Sirius started to rise behind the Sun. According to Phillip Vandenburg in The Curse of the Pharaoh: "An archaeologist named Duncan MacNaughton discovered in 1932 that the long dark tunnels in the Great Pyramid of Cheops function as telescopes, making the stars visible even in the daytime. The Great Pyramid is oriented, according to MacNaughton, to give a view, from the King’s Chamber, of the area of the southern sky in which Sirius moves throughout the year."

The brightest star in the heavens, Sirius is used for navigational purposes because it usually remains fixed in the sky. Comparatively speaking, it’s approximately 35 times brighter than our own sun, and is regarded in occult circles as "the hidden god of the cosmos." The famous emblem of the all-seeing eye — seen hovering above the unfinished pyramid — is a depiction of the Eye of Sirius, and is a common motif found throughout Masonic lore. It is no secret that many of our nation’s founding fathers were Freemasons, which explains the odd appearance of the Eye of Sirius on the dollar bill; a symbol seen everyday by millions of people across the globe, imprinting it’s image forever in our psyches. The imprinting of such imagery has been called into question in recent times by a whole host of conspiracy theorists, who — in their New World Order scenarios — connect such fraternal orders as the Knights of Malta, Freemasonry and Rosicrucianism with the "insidious" symbol of Sirius, the eye in the triangle. At the top of this pyramid — the conspiracy theorists suggest — is the dreaded illuminati, tying all of these fraternal orders and secret societies together in a far flung plot intended to bring mankind to its knees under a futuristic Orwellian nightmare; a totalitarian society masquerading as a libertarian democracy, which uses Masonic imagery to program the masses.

As if this entire story wasn’t already jumbled enough, the dawning of the 20th century ushered in a new generation of contacts paying homage to the "Dog Star", expounding ever further upon the legend of the hovering eye upon the pyramid. Right around the turn of the century, a gentleman named Lucien-Francois Jean-Maine formed an order in Haiti called the Cult of the Black Snake that used rituals borrowed from Crowley’s O.T.O. in combination with certain voodoo practices. In 1922, these rituals reportedly summoned forth a disembodied being named Lam, the very same entity that Aleister Crowley made contact with a few years earlier. In fact, Kenneth Grant has stated that Crowley "unequivocally identifies his Holy Guardian Angel with Sothis(Sirius), or Set-Isis."

Later — in the 1950’s and 60’s — the aforementioned saucer "contactee" George Hunt Williamson once again summoned forth certain denizens purportedly from Sirius, conversing to them in the same "Enochian" or "Angelic" language used by John Dee and Aleister Crowley. Williamson — in his various books an lectures — also spoke of a secret society on Earth that has been in contact with Sirius for thousands of years, and that the emblem of this secret society is the eye of Horus, otherwise known as the all-seeing eye.

As previously noted, Williamson was a close associate of George Adamski, perhaps the most famous of the early UFO Contactees, who claimed to be connected with astronomers at Palomar Observatory in California, in whose company he allegedly witnessed several UFO sightings. In a fascinating essay entitled "Sorcery, Sex, Assassination, and the Science of Symbolism", author James Shelby Downard describes a "Sirius-worship cult" reaching all the way to the highest levels of the CIA. In this provocative piece, Shelby describes one of their rituals taking place at the Palomar Observatory under the telescopically focused light of Sirius, bathing its participants in luminance of the majestic Dog-Star; a true Illuminati ritual on high.

A rash of Sirian references continued on into the 1970’s, perhaps inspired by Robert Temple’s book. In 1974, Science fiction writer Phillip K. Dick had some sort of "mystical experience" which at first he attributed to psychotronic transmissions," as he called them, commenced on March 20, 1974, showering him with endless reams and streams of visual and audio data. Initially, this overpowering onslaught of messages that Dick received was extremely unpleasant and, as he termed them, "die messages." Within the following week, he reported being kept awake by "violet phosphor activity, eight hours uninterrupted." A description of this event in a fictionalized form appears in A Scanner, Darkly. The content of this phosphene activity was in the form of modern abstract graphics followed by Soviet Music serenading his head, in addition to Russian names and words appearing there, as well. Dick’s original theory was that Russian mind control agents were targeting him with these transmissions.

At the outset, Dick felt the emanations invading his mind were of a malevolent nature, although in time he began to believe they were something entirely different. In a letter to Ira Einhorn dated February 10, 1978, Dick went into more depth on those psychotronic transmissions, claiming that they "seemed sentient". He felt that an alien life form existing in some upper layer of the Earth’s atmosphere had been attracted by the Soviet psychotronic transmissions. Apparently, this alien life form operated as a "station", tapping into some sort of interplanetary communication grid that, "…contained and transmitted vast amounts of information."

What Dick initially received were the Soviet transmissions, but eventually this alien life form — whom he called Zebra — became "…attracted or potentiated by the Soviet micro-wave psychotronic transmissions." In the months that followed, this alien entity — according to Dick — vastly improved his mental and physical well being in a number of ways. It (Zebra) gave him "…complex and accurate information about myself and also about our infant son, which, Zebra said, had a critical and undiagnosed birth defect which required emergency and immediate surgery. My wife rushed our baby to the doctor and told the doctor what I had said (more precisely what Zebra had said to me) and the doctor discovered that it was so. Surgery was scheduled for the following day — i.e. as soon as possible. Our son would have died otherwise." (Dick’s wife Tessa and others have since confirmed this story regarding the medical conditions of himself and son, Christopher.)

Phil Dick felt Zebra was totally benign, and it held great contempt for the Soviets and their psychotronic experiments. Furthermore, Zebra informed Dick that the Earth was dying, and that spray-cans were "…destroying the layer of atmosphere in which Zebra…existed.

It was not until several years after his "mystical experiences" with Zebra that Phil Dick finally wrote about these events in his classic novel VALIS. Prior to the publication of VALIS, Dick had never made any mention of Sirius in connection with the events that so drastically impacted his life. However, in his classic work, Dick renamed Zebra to VALIS (Vast Active Living Intelligence System) and identified it as a product of Sirius star system, identifying it’s operators as three-eyed crab-clawed beings.

During this period — 1973-74 — noted author Robert Anton Wilson was having his own experiences with "Et denizens" which at the time he thought were "telepathic communications from Sirius" as recounted in his mind-blowing book, Cosmic Trigger. Although Wilson and Dick knew one another — and Wilson was aware that he had had some sort of transcendental experience in March of 1974 — Dick never mentioned Sirius in any of their conversations, or anything in reference to being contacted by "aliens". It wasn’t until many years later — when he read VALIS — that Wilson became aware of this revelation. It should also be noted that in the late 60’s/early 70’s Robert Anton Wilson traveled down some of the same paths as Aleister Crowley, dabbling in ritual magic and psychedelic adventurism as a means of opening certain doors of perception, perhaps the very same ones that created a portal of entry for "Lam".

Also in the early 70’s, popular English mainstream novelist Doris Lessing began a series of Sci-Fi novels revolving around particular entities from Sirius, which was a definite departure from her previous literary offerings. In the third novel of this series, The Sirian Experiments, Lessing relates a tale with stunning similarities to Dick’s VALIS experiences. When Robert Anton Wilson met Mrs. Lessing in 1983, she said she had never read a lick of Dick — or Wilson, for that matter. It’s hard to tell how much of this was cross-pollination; be it intentional or a subconscious filtration process that leaked in and out of a few cracked brains fixated on the Dog Star. Another somewhat unlikely source for such conjecture was the heavy metal rock band Blue Oyster Cult. At face value, one might consider BOC another in a long line of head banging guitar slingers, but upon closer examination many of their lyrics allude to subjects occult or arcane, often referring to amphibian-like beings from outer-space, as well as Sirius in their song "Astronomy". "…and don’t forget my dog, fixed and consequent. Astronomy…a star!"

But not only has Sirius cropped up time and again in Occult and UFO lore, but the ubiquitous Dog Star has also been mentioned in relation to certain mind control experiments which fall under the nefarious umbrella of the CIA’s MKULTRA project. Purportedly started in 1953 — under a program that was exempt from congressional oversight — MK-ULTRA agents and “spychiatrists” tested radiation, electric shock, microwaves, and electrode implants on unwitting subjects. The ultimate goal of MK-ULTRA was to create programmed assassins ala The Manchurian Candidate. (The CIA also tested a wide range of drugs in the prospects of discovering the perfect chemical compound to control minds. LSD was one such drug that deeply interested CIA spychiatrists, so much so that in ‘53 the Agency attempted to purchase the entire world supply of acid from Sandoz Laboratories in Switzerland. In fact, for many years the CIA was the principal source for LSD, both legal and otherwise.)

In recent years, various info on remote mind control technology has filtered into the conspiracy research community through such “alternative” publications such as Full Disclosure, Resonance as well as a Finnish gentleman by the name of Martti Koski and his booklet My Life Depends On You. Over the last decade, Mr. Koski has been sharing his horrifying tale with the mind controlled world at large, documenting as it does the discovery of rampant brain tampering committed upon himself and countless others. The perpetrators of these evil doings allegedly include the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), The CIA and Finnish Intelligence, among various other intelligence agencies. Where Sirius comes into the clouded picture is quite interesting: at one point during a mind control programming episode, the “doctors” operating on Koski identified themselves as “aliens from Sirius.” Apparently, these “doctors” (or “spychiatrists”) were attempting to plant a screen memory to conceal their true intentions. What this suggests is a theory that a handful of researchers — namely Martin Cannon, Alex Constantine, David Emory and John Judge — started kicking around in the early 90’s: that Alien Abductions were a cover for MK-ULTRA mind control shenanigans perpetrated by Intelligence Agency spooks.

According to Walter Bowart — in the revised edition of Operation Mind Control — one alleged mind control victim related an incident along these lines, purportedly occurring in the late 70’s. In memories retrieved by way of hypnotic regression, it was revealed that the victim had been the recipient of a mock alien abduction, the intention of which was to create a screen memory that would conceal the actual mind control programs enacted on the victim. The subject in this instance claimed to have seen a young child dressed in a small alien costume, similar in appearance to the aliens in Speilberg’s ET. None of this, of course, dismisses outright the ETH; nor does it mean that ET’s have never visited us. Nevertheless, it’s implications are staggering when one considers the impact and subsequent commercialization of the Alien Abduction Phenomenon, and how it has challenged and reshaped the belief systems and psyches of millions upon millions of the planet’s inhabitants, in essence creating a new paradigm that prior to thirty years ago was virtually non-existent.

As chronicled in Walter Bowart’s Operation Mind Control, in the late 70’s Congressman Charlie Rose (D-N.C) met with a Canadian inventor who had developed a helmet that simulated alternate states of consciousness and realities, much like the VR eyegear-unit postulated in the movie Brainstorm. One such virtual reality scenario played out by those who tried on this helmet was a mock alien abduction. Congressman Rose took part in these experiments, which consisted of aforementioned alien abduction programme. Much to Rose’s amazement, the simulated scenario seemed incredibly realistic. This device sounds quite similar to Dr. Michael Persinger’s much-touted "Magic Helmet", which has been receiving a fair amount of press in recent years. Equipped with magnets that beam a low-level magnetic field at the temporal lobe, the “Helmet” effects areas of brain associated with time distortions, and other altered states of consciousness. Although Bowart did not specifically name the inventor of the helmet in Operation Mind Control, chances are it was Persinger to whom he was referring. Persinger’s name has also been bandied about by mind control researcher, Martin Cannon — in his treatise The Controllers — as a behind the scenes player in intelligence operations related to MK-ULTRA.

Persinger is a clinical neurophysicist and professor of neuroscience, whose work over the years has focused on the effects of electromagnetic fields upon biological organisms and human behavior. Persinger is an adherent to the theory that UFOs are the products of geomagnetic effects released from the Earth’s crust under tectonic strain. His “Helmet” — it has been noted — approximates the characteristics of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy (TLE) of which many a armchair theorist have attributed as being responsible for Phil Dick’s VALIS experiences. One of the most common attributes of TLE are visions of the divine, in the form of direct communications with God, or gods — in whatever form — be it aliens, angels, fairies or elves.

Early on — in his efforts to explain his own abduction experience — author Whitley Strieber entertained the possibility that he might have been one such victim of TLE. Because of this, Strieber underwent extensive medical examinations — including several CAT scans and MRI’s — to determine if such was the case, but the results of all these tests came up negative. Aside from such speculations, there is an undeniable magical component to Whitley Strieber’s experiences. After his initial hypnotic regression — when the presence of the “visitors” were first revealed to him — Strieber subsequently practiced a form a mediation to further conjure their image in his mind, so as to better identify their features. The first time he attempted this approach — much to his surprise — an alien grey immediately appeared in his “mental field of view”, allowing Strieber to delve deeper into the mystery of the phenomenon. This meditation experience — as recounted in Communion — seems nothing less than a magical conjuration, although Strieber may not have been entirely aware of his actions in the context of ritual magic. In a sense, Strieber perhaps performed unconscious — or subconscious — magical workings on several occasions, in essence summoning forth these beings from behind the veils of perception. Furthermore, it is my belief that hypnotic regression can, under certain circumstances, perform a sort of magical working, and it was through hypnotic regression that Strieber was able to come to terms with his “visitor experience” — at least to a certain extent. Bear in mind that hypnosis approximates a trance state, and it is just this form of altered consciousness that has allowed many an abductee to “recall” their experiences. Strieber was also, prior to his “visitor” experience, a member of the Gurdjieff Foundation, a self-transformational organization dedicated to a system of techniques devised by the famed mystic G.I. Gurdjieff. As Strieber explained: ”I believe that the techniques I learned in that training — particularly a form of double-tone chanting — have enabled me to remain conscious in some experiences with the visitors where I otherwise would have been unconscious.” What Strieber doesn’t acknowledge is that Gurdjieff himself was in contact with certain denizens of Sirius via this method of double-tone chanting, which could also be describe as “Enochian chants”.

It was in the early stages of his “visitor” experiences that Strieber made the acquaintance of famed alien abduction investigator Budd Hopkins, who sat in on some of Strieber’s early hypnosis sessions. Later, when Strieber was working on the early drafts of Body Terror (the original working title of Communion) he sent Hopkins excerpts for comment. Hopkins — though he was convinced that Strieber had indeed been visited by alien beings — was somewhat distressed by the amount of “high weirdness” contained within the manuscript, although there were many parallels with other known abduction cases. During the course of some group abductee meetings attended by Bud Hopkins, Strieber has been quoted as saying that “some people began volunteering stories about having left their bodies or other psychic experiences after their abductions. Budd wasn’t interested in that, and would tell people to get back to talking about their abduction experiences. He refused to see a possible link between the experience of abduction and some kind of spiritual or psychic awakening happening in the people to whom experiences occurred.”

Curiously enough, elsewhere in Communion, Strieber points out that the mental state produced by his encounters with the “visitors” could be approximated by a rare drug called Tetradotoxin, which in small doses causes external anesthesia, and in larger doses may bring about “out of body” experiences. Even greater doses of the drug can simulate near death experiences. According to Strieber, Tetradotoxin is the core of the “zombie poisons” of Haiti. What he doesn’t mention is that Tetradotoxin was just one in a vast number of psychoactive compounds utilized by the CIA for their fabled MK-ULTRA project. Throughout Communion, Strieber makes (perhaps) veiled references to mind control (of the MK-ULTRA variety.) At one point in the narrative — as Strieber is haphazardly tossing around various theories regarding these “visitations” — he brings up the possibility that the Greys may not have been actually using mental telepathy to communicate, but that something of a more technical nature might have been occurring, such as extra-low-frequency waves beamed into Whitley’s boggled brain, thereby producing the requisite “voices in his head”.

Along these lines, Strieber adds the interesting aside “that the earth itself generates a good deal of ELF in the 1 to 30 hertz range. Perhaps there are natural conditions that trigger a response in the brain which brings about what is essentially a psychological experience of a rare and powerful kind. Maybe we have a relationship with our own planet that we do not understand at all, and the old gods, the fairy, and the modern visitors are side effects of it…” Part of the appeal of Communion and subsequent books were, in my opinion, Strieber’s ability to entertain a whole host of theories, and in the process open the reader’s eyes to the various possibilities attempting to explain the UFO phenomenon, from fairy lore or travelers from alternate dimensions — to the very real possibility of some sort of ELF wave/mind control machine being responsible for his haunted reveries.

Did the Military Really Try To Smuggle a UFO Through Kansas In Plain Sight?

An UFO was seen on top of a military truck four days ago travelling down US 77, said residents of Cowley County, Kansas. They thought the military were trying to haul an alien spaceship wrapped in plastic. In plain sight.

Come on Cowley County citizens, you can do better than this.

The answer is more mundane than that: the UTO (unidentified towed object) was actually an X-47B Unmanned Combat Air System, a drone designed to operate from aircraft carriers. Northrop Grumman has confirmed they were shipping the lethal wing to the Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland. There it will be tested on an airstrip designed as a carrier runway.

If you watch the video, however, what will really surprise you is its size. This thing is gigantic.

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Are U.S. government microwave mind-control tests causing TV presenters’ brains to melt down?

By Tom Leonard

Created 10:18 PM on 1st April 2011

A bizarre spate of television presenters dissolving into on-air gibberish has sparked claims that the U.S. military could be to blame.

In four high-profile cases, the latest involving fast-talking Judge Judy, the presenters have started off speaking properly but have then descended into undecipherable nonsense – looking confused and unstable.

The frequency of the ‘attacks’ – and the fact that recorded examples of the mental meltdowns have been popular on websites – has led to conspiracy theorists pointing the finger at shadowy government experiments.

Judge Judy

Latest victim: Judge Judy Sheindlin had to stop her courtroom TV show on Wednesday after descending into nonsensical language

A popular theory being circulated online blames the U.S. Military’s supposed research into using microwaves as a mind control weapon.

America has never admitted conducting such research but proponents say the effects – produced by microwave signals stimulating the brain with fake images and voices – exactly mimic those displayed in the recent on-air breakdowns.

As to why the Pentagon might be targeting U.S. television presenters, the microwave theorists are less clear.


Targeted? Serene Branson’s garbled Grammys report became an internet sensation, while WISCTV’s Sarah Carlson suffered a similar meltdown in January

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1372538/Are-government-microwave-mind-control-tests-causing-TV-presenters-brains-melt-down.html#ixzz1h6ns7EX0

The phenomenon, which has provided internet video sites with some of the oddest footage for months, has now claimed one of America’s most highly paid broadcasters.

Serene Branson

Sarah Carlson

Targeted? Serene Branson’s garbled Grammys report became an internet sensation, while WISCTV’s Sarah Carlson suffered a similar meltdown in January

Judith Sheindlin, the fast-talking judge on Judge Judy, was taken to hospital on Wednesday after she began speaking a nonsensical string of words during a live recording of her courtroom TV show.

Studio insiders said Sheindlin, who earns £28 million a year for a show that is the most watched programme on American daytime TV, was sitting on camera and ‘started saying things that didn’t make any sense’.

Sheindlin then announced she needed to stop as she didn’t feel well and asked a crew member to call an ambulance.

The 68-year-old lawyer was released from hospital the following day but a spokesman said medical tests had not revealed what caused her garbled speech and double vision.

Marl McAllister

Over the border: Mark McAllister, of Canadian Global Toronto News, soldiered on with his report on Libya, despite his words being unintelligible

Her verbal breakdown is the fourth such recent case and the odd coincidence has prompted feverish speculation over the cause.

No video has been released of the Judge Judy incident but footage of the other three has rapidly gone viral on the internet.

The first victim was Serene Branson, a Los Angeles reporter for CBS, who delivered a completely incoherent piece to camera on the Grammy music awards last month.

The presenter was unable to get out her words and continued to struggle to speak for around 10 seconds outside the Staples Centre before producers cut to a video.

She said later: ‘My head was definitely pounding and I was very uncomfortable, and I knew something wasn’t right. I was terrified and confused.’

‘My head was definitely pounding and I was very uncomfortable, and I knew something wasn’t right. I was terrified and confused’

Her doctor later said she had suffered a complex migraine whose symptoms mimic a stroke.

Her case was followed by a Canadian news reporter whose report on his country’s contribution to the military campaign in Libya suddenly collapsed into gibberish.

Mark McAllister of Global Toronto News told viewers that the Canadian defence minister had confirmed that ‘more than sifty four 18 fighter jets are spending about as much as 20 and ready to assist 600 hundred, hundred deployed over the an-amount needed’.

His piece-to-camera went on to become even more odd before he signed off.

His employers later confirmed there had been no problem with the autocue but McAllister had also suffered from a migraine.

In January, Sarah Carlson of WISC-TV in Wisconsin was also struck. She started out fine in her report on Wisconsin’s challenge to Barack Obama’s health care reforms, but it soon became apparent that she was having trouble forming words and the camera switched to a startled-looking co-presenter.

Unlike the others, Carlson, 35, has a history of seizures, but America’s army of conspiracy theorists are unconvinced by the medical explanations.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1372538/Are-government-microwave-mind-control-tests-causing-TV-presenters-brains-melt-down.html#ixzz1h6nWTyRT

How The Elite Control Your Mind And Your Life

"In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill." – "The First Global Revolution", A Report by the Council of the Club of Rome by Alexander King and Bertrand Schneider 1991

Have you ever thought something is wrong? Have you ever thought you were being lied to by your politicians, government, teachers? Have you ever thought you were being manipulated by the television? Have you ever wondered about how the world really works? Have you ever caught the media in a lie? Do you want to know how money really works? Have you ever wondered what the elite of this world believe and where they are taking us? Here you will have an opportunity to at least get a first glimpse at the true nature of the world and how we have been misled and deceived at every level. This site is not the end all and be all but it’s a start.

The Globalist Agenda represents a plan to bring all of Earth’s inhabitants under the control of a single, global state. There is a small, but powerful group of individuals who are the architects and instigators behind the formation and implementation of this "New World Order". Using their influence through international organizations such as the IMF, World Bank, the Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA), the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the Trilateral Commission, the Bilderberg Group, the United Nations, NATO, and hundreds of other non-governmental organizations, the objective of these internationalists is nothing less than the subjugation of everyone on the planet as servants to a one world government (servants means slaves). A government run by the same small group of elite that have ruled the masses for a very long time under various guises. These elite are the descendents of those that ruled for at least the past 2 centuries – kings and queens, bankers, robber barrons, priests, and assorted subservient oligarchs and media representatives. Their desire for a return to a one world feudal state should come as no surprise to anyone who has read a little history. It is their nature after all.

In the modern manifestation these people can be seen as kings and queens, international bankers, the military industrial complex and their servants – the corporate CEOs, scientists, professors, lawyers, heads of NGO’s, politicians, and media leaders – all of whom the elite control partially or completely. Sad but true – you can buy or brainwash most national bankers, soldiers, beaurocrats, CEOs, scientists, lawyers, NGOs, politicians and journalists to say what you want them to say.

If you allow their plans to proceed, you will see how under the guise of keeping us all safe with anti-terrorist laws, the globalists will see all citizens gradually and incrementally lose their civil liberties preventing any dissent against either the government or the ruling elite who give the government their orders. The purpose of this website is to first provide a concise base of knowledge explaining the historical origins and mechanisms of the "one-world government" plan, and second, to provide avenues of resistance and methodologies for survival within the Chaos purposely imposed within this plot to enslave all of humanity.




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