Monday, June 30, 2014

The Other Roswell Mystery

Andrew May
There’s one Roswell mystery that everyone knows about. Just what was it that crash-landed there some time around the start of July 1947? Was it a spacecraft from another planet, or something more mundane such as a weather balloon or experimental military aircraft? If the first explanation is correct, the implications for life on Earth are truly staggering. So Roswell isn’t just any mystery – it’s potentially one of the greatest mysteries in human history. And that brings us to “the other Roswell mystery”: Why was such a momentous event all but ignored for three decades?
The crash-landing of an unidentified flying object would be big news whenever it happened. That was certainly the case on July 8th, 1947 – just weeks after Kenneth Arnold’s sighting led to the coining of the term “flying saucer”. The Roswell incident wasn’t hidden away on the inside pages; it was splashed all over the headlines. A press release from the local army air base appeared in the local newspaper, and the story was soon being carried around the world by radio stations as well as papers as prestigious as the Times of London.
The press release didn’t pull any punches: “The many rumors regarding the flying disk became a reality yesterday when the intelligence officer of the 509th Bomb Group of the Eighth Air Force, Roswell Army Air Field, was fortunate enough to gain possession of a disk… The flying object landed on a ranch near Roswell sometime last week.”
The next day the order came to kill the story. The press release was hastily retracted, and the wreckage was dismissed as merely a weather balloon. From that point onwards, no-one seems to have written anything about the Roswell incident until Stanton Friedman started to investigate the case in the late 1970s. The first book on the subject, by Berlitz and Moore, appeared in 1980.
In other words, almost everything you’ve ever read about Roswell came into the public domain more than thirty years after the incident itself. Even that jaw-dropping press release and its subsequent retraction were never mentioned. It’s as if the world was turning a blind eye to the elephant in the room.
To make the situation even more extraordinary, those three decades were the biggest decades in the history of ufology. “Outer space” was much bigger news then than it is today. The 1950s were the heyday of flying saucer B-movies. The 1960s saw the race to the Moon and the Apollo landings. The 1970s heralded the dawn of the big-budget sci-fi blockbuster. UFO books abounded during these decades. They mentioned Kenneth Arnold and George Adamski and Thomas Mantell and the Maury Island Incident. But they never mentioned Roswell.
Roswell Headline
I can’t be sure about this, of course – it’s the old problem of not being able to prove a negative. But in recent years I’ve collected quite a few battered old UFO books from the 1950s, and the Roswell incident doesn’t feature in any of them. I grew up during the 1960s and 70s, and I’m sure I never came across any mention of Roswell. I’m happy to be proved wrong, but even if a reference does turn up I suspect it will be pretty brief and obscure. The closest thing I’ve come across so far is described by David Clarke and Andy Roberts in their book Flying Saucerers. Apparently the first issue of Flying Saucer Review, which appeared in Spring 1955, included a remark by a TV personality of the day referring to a UFO-related news item he’d heard on the radio several years earlier. In retrospect this was almost certainly the Roswell story, although he couldn’t remember the details and said his subsequent inquiries “drew a blank”.
How can a story as big as Roswell just disappear? It was in the public domain, after all, and it was in the public interest, yet no-one ever mentioned it. There’s one obvious explanation – at least as far as military witnesses and the mainstream press are concerned: National Security. People may roll their eyes when they hear that phrase in these cynical times, but back in 1947 things were different. The Second World War had ended only two years earlier – and that was a real war against a real enemy. People could still remember wartime slogans like “Loose Talk Costs Lives”.
Roswell wasn’t just a random place on the map. It was the most security-sensitive location on the planet. The Second World War came to an end when the U.S. dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki – the most destructive weapons ever deployed in anger. The bombs were delivered by aircraft of the 509th Group flying from Tinian island in the Pacific. After the war the 509th came back home… to Roswell Army Air Field in New Mexico. It’s easy enough to see why, when ordered to do so, even the most enterprising journalist might be inclined to keep his or her mouth shut.
But what about ordinary people? Thousands, if not millions, of people must have seen those newspaper headlines or heard the reports on the radio. UFOs were a hot topic that everyone was talking about. Admittedly the story had been retracted the following day, but not everyone is going to believe the retraction… especially when the original story was so earth-shattering. It’s commonly assumed (not always correctly) that the earliest versions of a breaking news story are the most accurate – before the spin and disinformation has had a chance to kick in.
Why didn’t someone, when watching a flying saucer movie or browsing through a UFO magazine, suddenly remember that headline from 1947 and decide to tell the world about it? There’s a popular misconception that people who write about the UFO subject make large sums of money out of it. Why did no-one ever decide to “cash in” on the Roswell story during the 50s, 60s or 70s?
I can think of one possible explanation, but it doesn’t really hold water. In the days before the internet, you couldn’t just post information on your Facebook page or an online forum. You had to go through some kind of middle-man, whether that was a publisher, magazine editor, journalist or TV executive. And maybe all the middle-men had signed non-disclosure agreements on the subject of Roswell.
But as I said, that’s not going to hold water. There have always been local UFO groups and privately circulated newsletters which would have allowed the information to filter out to a wider audience. And when Berlitz and Moore eventually wrote their book on the subject, there doesn’t seem to have been any immediate effort to suppress it.
So the “other Roswell mystery” – the way the incident managed to drop off the world’s radar for thirty years – remains a mystery, and a baffling one. What’s more, it’s a mystery that many people are blissfully unaware of. I keep coming across online articles and TV documentaries that say things like “the public’s fascination with UFOs can be traced back to the Roswell incident of 1947”. That’s neat and logical, but it’s not true.
Flying Saucers Have Landed
For 30 years, Roswell was never mentioned in books about UFOs

A Statement from Starborn Support International

There are those in the UFO/Abduction Studies branch of Ufology, and Ufology in general who have been paying close attention to all of the recent unfortunate events happening in the lives of some of the m
ost prominent alien abductees and contactees. At this point, it seems clear that “two plus two equals four,” meaning that there appears to be an intentional smear campaign being executed by unknown forces in order to ruin the credibility of experiencers in general. The observant ufologist will realize that this is history repeating itself. It has happened in the past to some of our greatest researchers seeking out the truth, but unfortunately getting too close. Recall in the mid 1990’s a smear campaign was put into play attempting to ruin the credibility of two of the most revered individuals in the field: Budd Hopkins, and Psychiatrist Dr. John Mack. Unfortunately, it seemed that Dr. Mack persisted in his efforts to chase down the truth, and we all know what happened to him. He got too close. We lost him soon thereafter. Also, recall the lies perpetrated by the late Carl Sagan earlier in history in the series “Cosmos” that attempted to discredit the Betty and Barney Hill Abduction.

Apparently, those who continue to thwart any efforts to expose the truth do not like the current “coming forth” of many abductees into the light of day – those who are willing and able to risk it all and tell their story, revealing the truth. They detest the increased interest the mainstream media has regarding UFOs, abductions and the truth regarding such phenomena. As a result, experiencers are being monitored: Phones are tapped, computers hacked, explicit threats made to the experiencers themselves, and sometimes those associated with them in an effort to intimidate them and promote fear and paranoia. This is not paranoia. With emphasis -- this is not paranoia! Many of we experiencers are reporting these activities, as well as other “scare tactics” that we are confronted with.

At the present time, we seem to be the focus of unknown forces, let us say “agencies,” using God knows how many resources, taxpayer’s dollars, and advanced technology to execute this apparent smear campaign. Again, as in the past, terrible things are being done to us, and right in front of the public’s eyes. One of the world’s most well known experiencer and abductee is being characterized as a terrible sexual deviant, and whether it be a true or false accusation, this might be considered the “kickoff” to the current smear campaign.

We ask that all of you in the field, and in the mainstream media and the public in general, take a step back and consider all of the evidence, both current and historical (perhaps all the way back to that fateful day in July of 1947 in Roswell New Mexico). Gather all of the facts. Notice all of the debunking efforts and debunkers. Look at the backgrounds of the abductees and experiencers: doctors, lawyers, laborers, psychiatrists, and yes, even Indian chiefs. They are your normal, ordinary, average people who, through no will of their own are involved in extraordinary circumstances.

We implore you, the community of ufologists and the public in general, do not pass judgment on anyone or anything at this time. Don’t forget the code of our legal system: “Innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.” Those that want to see our community crumble and fade have two potent weapons: fear and intimidation. Without these two swords of incredulity and extirpation they have no power. They will lose the chokehold they imagine to have on our community. In fact, we should, regardless of what community, race, religion or financial status we live in stand in opposition to these two weapons.

Experiencers: Please at this time be careful. This is a time to circle the wagons, and rely on 100% trust. If you feel the slightest amount of misgiving, then do not speak. Their desire is to spread chaos and distrust among us. They want to keep us away from each other. Their goal is to drive wedges between us, obliterating our community. Remember there is strength in numbers. Protect your back; watch your neighbor’s back. The truth is all that matters here.

In closing, a little food for thought: If we are lying and making up our experiences for fame and fortune, then why are most of us not wealthy? Where is the fame and adulation? Why has our secret government gone to such drastic measures and spent perhaps billions of your dollars to “rub us out,” make us look like lunatics, and charging us with absurd and contemptible behavior and charges with no apparent evidence or proof (or, is it slander?). Why are they trying to suppress knowledge, and alter history? But if we were to accuse them, we would adhere to the judicial system’s motto: Innocent until proven guilty. We stand on neutral ground, and are aiming to protect our community as a whole, even those accused and currently in the public eye.

This is our position statement. Starborn Support is there for the people that embody the community of experiencers and abductees. For the People! We will not pass judgment, as a few others have already chosen to do. Why? Because despite whatever a person is charged with in our legal system, there is still a person hurting underneath. Even if they were never abducted, contrary to their claims, or whether they have never even boarded a city bus to get from point “A” to point “B,” Their pain is real. They are being inundated with threats which in turn produce the two most powerful weapons the dark forces within our government possess: fear and intimidation. We as a community renounce the flimsy fantasy of power you wield, dark government. We stand strong because we feel we know the truth. You can bet all of your billions of foreign-owned gold bullion that we will make every American citizen aware of our plight, despite the price. We have a job to do and a mission to complete. It is all or nothing at all.


The Starborn Support Staff and Affiliates in the United States, and across the World.

Ufologist Stanton Friedman Suffers Heart Attack


Breaking news from KGRA Radio tells of a healthwatch for a well-known individual in UFO circles.
American physicist and UFO investigator/author Stanton Friedman suffered a heart attack this weekend [it took place Friday, June 27, 2014] in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, where he lives.
According to his co-author Kathy Marden, he's in stable condition and is going to be moved to a larger facility on Monday [June 30, 2014], for possible surgery.
We can safely say, Stan won't be attending next weekend's annual Roswell, New Mexico, event.
He's also scheduled to travel to the Philadelphia for the annual MUFON symposium in three short weeks, as he, George Knapp and Lee Speigel are scheduled to be on a panel together.
Lee will be on the first hour of George Knapp's show tonight at:
(1am Eastern) and is expected to comment further on Stanton.
From all of here at the KGRA ask everyone to please keep our good friend in your prayers at this time. Source
Stanton T. Friedman is a dual citizen of the USA and Canada and lives in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, just across the Maine border from the USA. (UFO film & television writer, producer, director, and author Paul Kimball of Nova Scotia is Stan's nephew.)

Kathleen Marden reports around 10 am Monday, June 30th, that Stan was talking from the hospital and experiencing a batteries of cardiac tests. Stan turns 80 years old on his next birthday, July 29th.

I last met Stan in 2013, at a special VIP dinner for speakers at the Experiencers event in Portland, Maine. He was fit, healthy, and joy, as always. This is terrible news, and I wish Stan a full, quick recovery.

A word about the terms "UFO" versus "flying saucer": Friedman has consistently favored the use of the term "flying saucer" in his work, saying "Flying saucers are, by definition, unidentified flying objects, but very few unidentified flying objects are flying saucers. I am interested in the latter, not the former."

Friedman formerly called himself "The Flying Saucer Physicist," because of his degrees in nuclear physics and his work on nuclear projects, according to ufo encyclopedia authors Ronald Story and Jerome Clark.
Stanton Friedman drawing by Nick Shev.

Because Stan is a prolific speaker at UFO-related conferences, his biography is well-known to most in the field.

Nuclear Physicist-Author-Lecturer Stanton T. Friedman received his BSc. and MSc. Degrees in physics from the University of Chicago in 1955 and 1956. He was employed for 14 years as a nuclear physicist by such companies as GE, GM, Westinghouse, TRW Systems, Aerojet General Nucleonics, and McDonnell-Douglas working in such highly advanced, classified, eventually cancelled programs as nuclear aircraft, fission and fusion rockets, and various compact nuclear power-plants for space and terrestrial applications.

He became interested in UFOs in 1958, and since 1967 has lectured about them at more than 600 colleges and 100 professional groups in 50 U.S. states, 9 Canadian provinces and 16 other countries in addition to various nuclear consulting efforts. He has published more than 90 UFO papers and has appeared on hundreds of radio and TV programs including on Larry King in 1997, 2007 and twice in 2008, and many documentaries. He is the original civilian investigator of the Roswell Incident and co-authored Crash at Corona: The Definitive Study of the Roswell Incident. TOP SECRET/MAJIC his controversial book about the Majestic 12 group, established in 1947 to deal with alien technology, was published in 1996 and went through 6 printings. An expanded new edition was published in 2005.

Stan was presented with a Lifetime UFO Achievement Award in Leeds, England, in 2002, by UFO Magazine of the UK. He is co-author with Kathleen Marden (Betty Hill’s Niece) of a book in 2007: Captured! The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Experience. The City of Fredericton, New Brunswick, declared August 27, 2007, Stanton Friedman Day. His book Flying Saucers and Science was published in June 2008 and is in its 4th printing. His newest book Science Was Wrong with Kathleen Marden, was published in June 2010. On July 2, 2010, he was inducted into the Roswell UFO Hall of Fame.

He has provided written testimony to Congressional Hearings, appeared twice at the UN, and been a pioneer in many aspects of ufology including Roswell, Majestic 12, The Betty Hill- Marjorie Fish star map work, analysis of the Delphos, Kansas, physical trace case, crashed saucers, flying saucer technology, and challenges to the S.E.T.I. (Silly Effort To Investigate) cultists. 
Stan has spoken at more MUFON Symposia than any other individual.

Sunday, June 29, 2014

Collin Andrews

Collin Andrews is best known for his research into crop circles, UFO and Consciousness subjects since 1983. He provides the only continuity between the past crop circle research era and the present, along with his friend
and colleague, Busty Taylor.  His long view of both the genuine phenomenon and the human-made
phenomenon provides unique insight into the subject. His research results indicate the intelligence behind the
phenomenon is interacting with both crop circle researchers and many of the people who make them.

He has publicly stated since the late 1980’s that the phenomenon indicates a future period of human chaos.
The period indicated, supported by current trends, can be changed with human awareness and he believes
there are serious eco-political implications and that the future direction of the planet is at the center of the
phenomenon.   In the final analysis Andrews believes the phenomenon is challenging people to a higher level
of consciousness.  Some native elders agree with Colin’s assessment which is supported by the 2012
Mayan Prophecy, which his latest book, along with his wife, speaks: 'The Complete Idiots Guide to 2012'.
Colin’s thirty year investigation continues with growing urgency for openness and honesty in government
and private research, respect for divergent opinions and co-operation between investigators in all areas .

He is an accomplished photographer, who has been invited to show his photographs in art galleries across
the United States, including the Philadelphia Art Museum and the Cortland Jessup Art Gallery in
Provincetown, Cape Cod. One spectacular photograph of Princess Diana and Prince Charles on their
honeymoon was presented to the Queen and to this day also hangs in the Mayors Parlour at Romsey,
England - the home town of Prince Charles uncle, Lord Louis Mountbatten of Burma.

Colin Andrews is an electrical engineer by profession, is the man who coined the term ‘Crop Circle’.
Among his many accomplishments: he started the first research organization, Circles Phenomenon
Research (CPR); designed high-tech surveillance operations attempting to film a circle being made; and
advised Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s cabinet and Queen Elizabeth on the mysterious phenomenon.
He compiled the largest data base in the world on the subject.  Colin has written numerous books including
the classic Circular Evidence (1989) with co-author Pat Delgado, chosen by the Queen for her prestigious
Summer Reading List. He is frequently highlighted in documentaries on the subject and was a consultant
with the Mel Gibson movie Signs. His most recent books include The Complete Idiots Guide to 2012 and
The Complete Idiots Guide to the Akashic Record written with his wife, Dr. Synthia Andrews. He is
currently making his archives available to the public in books such as Government Circles, The Andrews
Catalogue and The Assessment.

He has spent 30 years making presentations at universities, schools and public venues as well as
participate in government meetings and brainstorming sessions.  He has been a consultant to international
institutes in many countries.                            Website                      Blog             Books
Best known for his research into the crop circles, UFO and Consciousness subjects since 1983. He
provides the only continuity between the past crop circle research era and the present, along with his friend
and colleague, Busty Taylor.  His long view of both the genuine phenomenon and the human-made
phenomenon provides unique insight into the subject. His research results indicate the intelligence behind the
phenomenon is interacting with both crop circle researchers and many of the people who make them.

He has publicly stated since the late 1980’s that the phenomenon indicates a future period of human chaos.
The period indicated, supported by current trends, can be changed with human awareness and he believes
there are serious eco-political implications and that the future direction of the planet is at the center of the
phenomenon.   In the final analysis Andrews believes the phenomenon is challenging people to a higher level
of consciousness.  Some native elders agree with Colin’s assessment which is supported by the 2012
Mayan Prophecy, which his latest book, along with his wife, speaks:
'The Complete Idiots Guide to 2012'.
Colin’s thirty year investigation continues with growing urgency for openness and honesty in government
and private research, respect for divergent opinions and co-operation between investigators in all areas
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Saturday, June 28, 2014

Stephen Bassett 2014 IUFOC Researcher of the Year

Stephen Bassett 2014 IUFOC Researcher of the Year

This year at the 2014 International UFO Congress Stephen Bassett was given the "Researcher of the Year Award" for his success with the "Citizen Hearing on Disclosure". Stephen Bassett is s a leading advocate in the nation for ending the alleged government imposed truth embargo regarding an extraterrestrial presence on Earth engaging with the human race. According to Mr. Bassett this truth embargo has been in effect for over 60 years. Since 1996 Bassett has assisted many organizations and initiatives making the case for an end to the government imposed truth embargo and has facilitated these open hearings to examine evidence and interpret the testimony of former military and government agency employees who have witnessed extraterrestrial-related events. He is a political activist, commentator, columnist and the founder and executive director of the Paradigm Research Group and the Extraterrestrial Phenomena Political Action Committee.

Stephen Bassett's website:

Are UFO experts being murdered?

A crop circle researcher found floating off the coast of Portsmouth and the rapid decline of a UFO expert who believed he had found an alien skull, are the latest in what some UFO researchers claim is a ‘pattern’ of suspicious deaths of researchers into extraterrestrial sightings, stretching back to as early as 1947.

A plane supposedly shot down by the U.S. military is believed to have been carrying fragments of a flying saucer, while the death of first U.S. Secretary of Defense, James Forrestal, is believed to be UFO related. Some believe that victims number in their dozens.

The pattern of suspicious deaths hit the headlines again this year as activist Steve Bassett spoke on the subject on national radio show C2C in America. A new book, Close Encounters of the Fatal Kind by Nick Redfern, is due out this summer.

“Recent cases include, 44-year-old Paul Vigay, who was a leading crop circle researcher who had worked on Mel Gibson’s film Signs. He was found floating off the coast of Portsmouth, Hants., in February 2009,” says Nigel Watson, author of The Haynes UFO Investigations Manual.

Watson says that while many UFO researchers believe the killings to be the work of government agents, some believe that the killings may be the work of aliens themselves, to cover up their presence on our planet.

“Many of these cases could be coincidences or people trying to make something out of nothing - but there are certainly some strange incidents,” Watson says. “UFO researcher Philip Schneider’s became increasingly fearful for his personal safety; ‘government vans’ followed him and several attempts were made to run his car off the road. Eventually, his worst fears were confirmed in January 1996. A friend broke into his apartment in Willsonville, Oregon, where his dead body had been rotting for several days. At first, it was thought he had died from a stroke, and then an autopsy found that rubber tubing had been wrapped and knotted around his neck.”

“When you collect the information together there are a surprising number of ufologists who have died in strange ways and circumstances since the 1950s. Prominent activist Stephen Bassett, supports the idea that the U.S. government has regularly murdered innocent citizens who have tried probing into UFO cases like Roswell or who have tried to get the Government to reveal the truth about UFOs.”

Steve Bassett, who won Researcher of the Year at this year’s International UFO Conference, discussed a mysterious “cluster” of deaths that he believes may be related to government agents targeting researchers from the UFO community.

Bassett says, “What we are looking for are death clusters which by their nature and proximity sit out from the background noise.  I try to be careful  with my language in order to minimize upset with family members.  There are a number of death clusters relating to various issues over the past  20 years.  If government connected, not good.  Not good at all.”

“This is a difficult matter to engage as it is impossible to prove individual events. What I am doing is raising concern over a death clusters which stands out from the background noise. This is risky as family members could be offended. I never say with certainty that a particular case is a murder. And I wouldn't go there at all if it wasn't the only option to perhaps prevent further such deaths - publicity.”

The theory that the American government, or other unknown forces, have been murdering UFO researchers is not new, Watson says - with some claiming that suspicious deaths began as early as 1947, and that the death toll is several dozen or even more.

“As long ago as 1971, researcher Otto Binder claimed that at least 137 UFO investigators had died under mysterious circumstances during the 1960s,” Watson says. “A 30-year-long study by UFO researcher Timothy Hood has also revealed that since the 1970s there are numerous cases of UFO researchers and investigators who have been murdered, suffered a sudden death or been the victims of suspicious ‘suicides’ or inconclusive natural causes.”

The earliest reported “death” occurred in 1947, Watson says, and elements of the story are still unexplained.

“Deaths related to UFOs go right back to when Kenneth Arnold first investigated a sighting of a ‘fleet’ of UFOs in June 1947 and brought about a worldwide wave of ‘flying saucer’ sightings.
This involved the sighting of six doughnut shaped UFOs by Harold Dahl, that dropped hot slag like material onto his boat, burning his arm and killing his dog in the process.

 The next day his employer, Fred Lee Crisman, visited Maury Island where he found tons of debris and saw another UFO in the area. Kenneth Arnold was called in to investigate the sighting, and feeling out of his depth he invited two Air Force Intelligence agents, Captain Davidson and Lieutenant Brown to help him interview the witnesses. They weren’t impressed with the validity of the sighting, but took away samples of the debris for analysis,” Watson says.

“As they were returning to their base at Hamilton Field, California, the port engine of their B-25 aircraft caught fire and they were killed when he crashed near Kelso, Washington State. An anonymous caller to the local newspaper, named the victims before the crash was made public and claimed the aircraft was shot down by a 20mm cannon because it was carrying fragments of a flying saucer.”

When Kenneth Arnold took off from Tacoma, his engine failed and he had to make a crash landing. On checking his aircraft, he found that his fuel valve had been switched off. Paul Lance, a reporter for the Tacoma Times, who covered this story, died suddenly two weeks later of meningitis.”

“Ufologists today now think this was an elaborate hoax that got out of hand, and could have been instigated by a US intelligence agency to discredit Kenneth Arnold’s original sighting.”

Watson says that if one delves deeper, the theories grow increasingly outlandish.

“Furthermore, according to UFO conspiracy theory, the CIA killed President Kennedy because he wanted to share UFO secrets with the Soviet Union,” Watson says, “In addition, Marilyn Monroe was allegedly murdered because she was speaking too freely about UFOs. The night before her death she had spoken to the TV celebrity columnist Dorothy Kilgallen about the Roswell saucer crash of 1947. Kilgallen subsequently died under mysterious circumstances on 8 November 1965.  This shows how these various deaths can be woven together to support the idea that the truth about UFOs and alien visitations is being suppressed and discredited,” Watson says.

While the rumours remain a constant “hot topic” within the UFO researcher community, Watson says, ““Many of these stories sound outlandish and many of these deaths do have credible explanations. So they don’t go much beyond the UFO community. Government agencies could be at work but it seems very extreme to murder people, especially over decades, when there are easier ways to discredit UFO researchers." 

Please see next post regarding Steve Bassett's investigations on this subject.

Friday, June 27, 2014

The Bases Project Lloyd Pye

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Lloyd Pye, The man beyond the Starchild Skull

 Lloyd Pye (1946-2013)

Lloyd Pye  was a researcher, author, and lecturer best known for his unique insights on Intervention Theory, the theory that aliens played a part in the development of human life on Earth, and his work with an unusual 900 year old skull known as the Starchild Skull.

His main areas of expertise were hominoids (pre-humans and their modern-day counterparts such as bigfoot, sasquatch, and yeti), megaliths (pyramids etc.), the origins of life on Earth, human origins, alien intervention, and the Starchild Skull.

 Lloyd Pye sadly passed away on December 9th, 2013, but he left behind him a legacy of intriguing work, which you can explore on this website.

Here is Lloyd Pye's story in his own words as he wrote it in 2011:

I was born in Houma, Louisiana, on September 7, 1946, on the leading edge of the famous “Baby Boom,” among the first crop of offspring born to the young men and women who as children endured the Great Depression and as young adults survived World War II. 
My mother endured 50 hours of labor in a small clinic before she died. As soon as she died, I was cut out of her in the hope my life could be saved. It was, but my head was so misshapen from the long labor that the doctor felt I was hopelessly brain damaged. He told my father that his wife was dead and I  would be a “vegetable.” As was acceptable at that time, Dad was asked for permission to let me "expire" along with Mom so he could start over fresh from this terrible turn of events.

Dad was wrestling with that awful decision when Mom suddenly came back to life! She had become one of those rare individuals who have gone deep into the brilliant white tunnel of death, seen and spoken to her own deceased father on "the other side," and returned by her own choice to live on. Miraculously, in a time before ultrasounds when she had no way to know the gender of her unborn child, she told the apparition of her father that she could not stay, she had a son that she needed to return to and look after. She has since survived five other near-deaths, none quite as dramatic as that first one at 19, and she is still alive in her early 80s.

I became the oldest of four siblings, an “A” student and good enough at sports to earn a football scholarship to Tulane University in New Orleans. I graduated in 1968, with a B.S. in psychology. This was the height of the Viet Nam War, so to avoid being drafted and consigned to be cannon fodder in the infantry, I enlisted in the Army. After a battery of tests I was assigned to the Military Intelligence School at Fort Holabird, Maryland, and after training I was assigned to a small field office in Gainesville, Georgia. My job was carrying out background investigations for people who needed security clearances. Mine was a routine tour of duty with no time spent in Viet Nam.

Through my 20s I worked at a number of ordinary jobs, mostly sales, but none were fulfilling. I wanted to do something more interesting and challenging. I began to lean toward writing, and at 28 began to study that craft in earnest. At 31, I published a sports-based novel that I used as a calling card in Hollywood, where I labored at the edge of success for most of the 1980s. In the late 1980s I published "Mismatch," a high-tech Cold War thriller that dealt with phone phreaking, early computer hacking, and submarine warfare.

While pursuing a career writing fiction, I also indulged a deeply personal interest in hominoids (bigfoot, yeti, etc.). By 30 I was convinced they were the indigenous bipedal primates of planet earth, and that what science told us were “pre” humans were nothing of the kind. They were the ancestors of today’s living hominoids, not of today’s humans, but I had no plausible way to explain how humans had come to be here. I knew we weren’t a part of the flowchart of natural life on Earth, and that we clearly didn’t evolve here in the way mainstream science insisted, but I couldn’t find a valid way to support my position.

Finally, at 45, I read Zecharia Sitchin’s classic book about Sumerian prehistory, The Twelfth Planet, which he published in 1976 but which I didn’t find out about until 1990. His translation of Sumerian history written in cuneiform on stone tablets provided an explanation for human origins that made rational sense based on what I had learned about the reality of hominoids. I had the front end of his work and he had the back end of mine, so I knew I could combine the two and create something unique and valuable. In late 1997 I published "Everything You Know Is Wrong" (EYKIW), which became a proverbial “overnight sensation.”

Through 1998, I traveled all over the U.S. and into western Canada lecturing about it at dozens of conferences and speaking about it in many radio interviews. I then had some appearances on local TV shows. My increasing exposure brought me to the attention of Ray and Melanie Young of El Paso, Texas, who were in possession of an unusual human-like skull. They showed it to me early in 1999 and asked my opinion. I felt it was almost certainly a human deformity of some kind, but I told them it couldn’t hurt anything to be absolutely sure. They asked if I would confirm that for them, and I said I’d be happy to.

That set in motion on on-going series of events as I attempted to definitively determine the genetic heritage of their unusual relic, since dubbed the Starchild Skull . I have shepherded the Starchild through more than a decade of scientific tests, expert analysis, raised public awareness, and have published both a printed book and an eBook about it. After all that, a recent DNA test finally gave a preliminary but convincing result that the Starchild Skull is part human and part nonhuman. Now I plan to recover its entire genome to prove this radical assertion beyond any possible doubt. has more information about this topic.

Whenever the Starchild case is over, I intend to refocus on my other career as a researcher of the Intervention Theory of human origins, and as a proponent of hominoid reality. I intend to continue teaching those who decide to enroll in the "Invisible College" of students who care more about establishing actual truths than they do about protecting ossified dogma.

Though the StarChild case wasn't finished before Lloyd passed from cancer, his work and his legacy will live on.
Rest well Lloyd Pye !

Many in the UFO community have a theory that Lloyd Pye and many ufologists have actually been murdered to silence them and halt the work they were doing. I will be sharing a bit of that information in my next post. "Are UFO experts being murdered?"

Lloyd Pye - Everything You Know Is Wrong

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Jim Carrey and Oprah Winfrey Talk: The Power Of Intention and Visualizat...

Will Smith_ Your words and thoughts have physical power -

Confirmation - The Peter Maxwell Slattery

Peter Maxwell Slattery is an
experiencer, author, speaker, meditation teacher and he does energy and
healing practices. His experiences started at an early age and continue
to this day and he has witnesses to events and an overwhelming amount of
photographic and video evidence of UFOs, Orbs and apparitions. From his
experiences with Extra-terrestrials, to inter-dimensional beings,
Spirits and Source, all has led Pete to dedicate himself to the healing
of the Earth and to the awakening of the human race by helping people
find their own connection to Source, and their own inter-dimensional
self. He also helps people to initiate contact themselves, on whatever
level they are ready to do so individually and in a group, through love,
good intent and meditation. Pete has appeared on Channel 7’s “Prime
News” and “Sunrise” (which is one of Australia’s national morning news
T.V shows), and he has also been on shows such as “The Unexplained with
Howard Hughes” and “Podcast UFO”.

 Visit Peters page for links for his books.

Also check out: The Peter Maxwell Slattery Show

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Dannion Brinkley's Message of Love

Dannion Brinkley
 (NDE and so much more)

Dannion's message of love video is at the end of this post,but before you watch it, its important that you know who this funny, sweet, ornery, man is! 

 Anyone who knows me, already knows that I love, respect and appreciate Dannion Brinkley! His sense of humor is brilliant, and his hugs...oh, the greatest gift I've ever received! Pure love in the form of a hug! 

Those of you who are not familiar with who Dannion is, its time I introduced you to one of my favorite people on this planet. 

Dannion will tell you that he has been dead three times, Yes...3 times, and alive four! The following is a brief account from his website... 

"You know, I have been dead so many times that I tend to view life from a slightly different perspective than most people. Some things that outwardly appear to be serious are not. While other things that do not appear serious, really are to me.

Due to the near-death experience (NDE), my life was shoved under the scientific microscope, and was then catapulted into the spiritual spotlight, from the day I was struck by lightning."

Dannion Brinkley, D.O.A.

"Having been raised in the Southern fundamentalist tradition, I had been taught that our reward for living a good life would be redeemed in Heaven. Yet, as a child I had no interest in that far off wonderland where angels were playing golden harps on fluffy white clouds. You see, I had always been into instant gratification! So, whatever was waiting for me, behind some invisible veil, seventy or eighty years down the road, meant little or nothing to me. It neither motivated me to do good works, nor deterred me from being the natural-born hell raiser, which had made me infamous in my hometown, deep in the Carolinas. Like most young people my age, I thought I was invincible; therefore the thought of dying rarely, if ever, crossed my mind. Until that unforgettable evening a raging bolt of lightning decided to teach me the lesson of what a tenuous and fragile mystery life really is.

[Editors Note - Dannion Brinkley's Near Death Experience is perhaps the worlds most well known Near Death Experience. Officially dead for over 28 minutes, he has written three best selling books about his experiences - he has had more than one Near Death Experience. It was Dannion's first Near Death Experience that brought the terms NDEs and Near Death Experiences into the mainstream consciousness.] 

The Near Death Experience Begins
In September of 1975 I was barely 25 years old, and at the top of my game. I’d returned to Aiken, to spend some time with my family, after being in South America. The word had spread that I was back in town so my telephone had been constantly ringing all day. Just as I sat down to dinner, it rang again. I started not to answer it, but there seemed to be a certain urgency to the tone so, I walked to the bedroom and picked it up anyway. From that day on, I’ve referred to it as “my phone call from God.” I had no idea what hit me as I heard a deafening roar of thunder and felt a searing pain in the side of my head. My entire body was then lifted just below the ceiling and momentarily suspended in the air. Then it was as if I was intentionally thrown back down toward the floor by an incredible force. The invisible forced slammed me onto my bed hard enough to break the frame. My body felt as though it was being incinerated from the inside out. My veins were on fire, and every inch of my body was in excruciating pain. Then I heard my girlfriend, Sandy, yell from the kitchen, “Wow…that was a close one!” 

In the following instant, I watched as she came running down the hallway to the bedroom. But I wasn’t watching her from the bed. I had lifted out of my body now, and I was viewing the entire scene from above.

As fate would have it, she had recently completely a CPR course at work, and so, she started to pound on my chest and breathe into my mouth as she had been trained. It worked! Instantly, I was back in my body experiencing all of the unbearable agony all over again. Then, I lifted out again. From above the scene, once more, I saw my friend arrive at the house, and right behind him was the ambulance. I sat right beside my body on the frenzied ride to the hospital, and amid all the chaos inside the ambulance, I remember looking down at myself and thinking, “I always thought I was better looking than that.” 

In the emergency room, the attending medical team did more CPR, pounding my chest until they cracked my ribs. Then, they put the electrical paddles to my chest. One doctor even gave my heart an injection of Adrenaline, but it was all to no avail. By this time, all my family had gathered together in the hospital waiting room. And now the doctors had the unenviable job of having to tell them I didn’t make it… I was gone. But what they didn’t know was where I had gone.

The Near Death Experience (The Short Version)
While the orderlies were preparing my body for the morgue, I was off and running on the most extraordinary adventure of my life. I wasn’t really sure I was dead; I just knew I was ever so grateful for being out of that intense physical pain. And whatever this was that was happening to me was some really cool stuff. First I found myself surrounded and embraced by a tunnel through which I was moving effortlessly. All around me I could hear the beautiful sounds of seven distinct chimes. Ahead, I could see a light, and as I moved closer, the light became more brilliant.

The next thing I knew, I was standing in the Light as a powerful Being drew near. This great Being radiated an intensity of unconditional love and non-judgmental compassion I had never known. Suddenly, and for the first time, I had the sense of being pure spirit, without the heaviness of my physical body. I looked down at my hand and it appeared phosphorescent as the light danced through it. Looking above and below me, I witnessed the presence of other Beings who looked just like me. Some were vibrating at higher vibrations, and some at lower ones. Yet, my attention was quickly diverted when the powerful Being enveloped me and I began to relive my entire life, one incident at a time. In what I call the panoramic life review I watched my life from a second person point of view.

As I experienced this I was myself as well as every other person with whom I had ever interacted. 

When the panoramic life review ended, despite the many obvious mistakes I had made in my life, I experienced no retribution – no judgment and no punishment. I was the only judge presiding over my day in court! Given time to assimilate my life in retrospect, I was given the opportunity to know, first hand, both the happiness and the sorrow I had created through my actions. I came to the realization that, more often than not, I had lived in a devastatingly selfish manner. My heart was filled with shame and remorse. The impact of that emotional avalanche remains uppermost in my mind to this very day. However, after my time of reflection in the Heavens that day, the Being of Light telepathically conveyed these words:

 Who you are is the difference that God makes, and the difference is love. 

As the Being moved away from me I began to feel lighter. My pain and guilt lessened and I understood that I had been shown my deeds on Earth, not to harshly impugn me, but rather to lovingly instruct me.

Through the panoramic life review I had been given the knowledge of how to correct my life, and use my power of love to make a difference in the world. I was later told that human beings are powerful spiritual beings meant to create good on Earth, and that good starts with small acts of kindness. 

I had one more stop to make on my journey through the Heavens before I was to be sent back. The Being next took me to the Crystal City where I met 13 more Beings of Light who appeared much mightier than he. Each one of them emanated a special power or force. For example, it was as if one Being was the epitome of Wisdom, while another was the epitome of Strength. Standing before them all was most humbling. They stood in a line behind a crystal podium in what seemed to be a Great Hall of Knowledge.

One by one, the Beings of Light approached me. When they did, a small black box emerged from their chest and sailed toward my face. Before impact, the boxes would open to reveal pictures or what I now call visions, of the future. Initially, it was difficult to understand and make sense of everything I was shown that day. And through the years I have had to tweak my take on a lot of it. However, it is amazing to me still, how much of what I saw, the day I died in 1975, has come to pass over the years. After viewing over one hundred visions, the Beings of Light gave me one last assignment. I was told to create Centers for stress relief on Earth. And then I was told it was time to go back. But I did not want to leave this wondrous place of peace and love. I recall thinking how sad I was to be leaving.

The Near Death Experience Ends
Without time to even finish the thought, I was standing in the hospital corridor with absolutely no clue as to how to get back into my body. I stood there pondering the dilemma for only a nanosecond before I found myself looking up at a white sheet that was covering my entire body. But I could not get up and tell anyone I was alive — I was completely paralyzed. So, I began to blow on the sheet hoping someone would notice I was breathing again. And someone did.

From that moment on, I was engaged in the fiercest battle of my life. I was so angry that I hadn’t been allowed to stay in the loving paradise we call, the afterlife. And I was even more enraged that they had sent me back, with all this knowledge and a mission, into a body so racked with pain and damage that it took me two years to learn to walk and feed myself again.

When I could finally remember the names and faces of my loved ones, none of them wanted to hear about my journey to the Heavens. They just wanted the whole incident to go away. This strained all of my relationships, and destroyed my love affair with my Sandy. At that point, I thought I would lose my mind. My life had been stolen from me. Now, I just wanted to go Home ~ back to the Heavens.

It was not until I met Dr. Raymond Moody in 1976 that I started to fit the pieces of the near-death puzzle together. Dr. Moody had been researching the phenomenon for several years when he read about my experience in a local newspaper. I believe that as surely as it was my destiny to be struck by the lightning, it was just as surely destiny that brought Raymond to me. For without him and his extensive research data, I most assuredly would have lived out my life in pain, confusion and resentment.
Armed with the knowledge Raymond had ascertained through the compilation of hundreds of near-death experiences, I was able to come to grips with my life and find a brand new way of being of service to humanity. I knew there was no such thing as death, and I was ready to spread the word. Soon, Raymond and I were lecturing together on the subject around the world to academic and spiritualistic audiences alike. Finally, I had a life again.

There is more to Dannion, and you may think. The proceeds of the ticket sales for his lectures are used to buy phone cards for returning Veterans, so that they can call their families. The military doesn't provide this to them, and Dannion, who is a Vet himself makes sure they connect with loved ones ASAP! 

Dannion also started, The Twilight Brigade:

 In 1997, Dannion founded The Twilight Brigade, Compassion in Action, in Los Angeles with a small but dedicated team of experienced hospice volunteers and trainers. More than 5,500 have taken the volunteer training since. The Twilight Brigade is one of the largest end-of-life care communities operating as an independent agency within VA hospitals and hospice care facilities across America.

I have all of his books. His first book  "Saved by the Light," changed my life!  My career in Elder Health Care forced me to face death on a near daily basis, and I feared death. I feared it for myself, my family and the elder population that I cared for. I finished reading, "Saved by the Light, " and my fear of death, vanished and was replaced by the most interesting validation of the truth I had just read. The smell of roses, flooded my home. I couldn't wait to get my hands on his second book "At Peace in The Light." 

For a full list of Dannion's books go to his website:

Message of Love!

 In case the video isn't viewable follow the above link!