Nazi Mysteries of Rudolf Hess


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The Intrigues of Hess and Antarctic Fronts

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Steve Erdmann

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Joseph P. Farrell has written numerous books on the Nazi fascist cabal that continued after the Second World War. The conspiracy has been filled with interesting and complex sequels: one of these avenues was the story of the late Rudolf Hess and his May 10, 1941 mystery flight to Great Britain.

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Farrell points out that Hess was the one-time Deputy Fuhrer to Adolf Hitler, and was third in succession to become head of state and government after Hitler and reichmaschall Hermann Goring.  His book is a long tail of “whys” and “what ifs” in the life of Hess that even entails his possible murder, and also, talk of his “double.” His mission to Britain may have also been to complete an annexation agreement on the Reich’s ownership of Antarctica.

(HESS AND THE PENGUINS: THE HOLOCAUST, ANTARCTICA, AND THE STRANGE CASE OF RUDOLF HESS, Joseph p. Farrell, Adventures Unlimited Press, One Adventure Place, Kempton, Illinois 60946, www.adventuresunlimitedpress.com, auphg@frontiernet.net, 2017, 266 pages, $19.95.) 

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Farrell begins with the “Spandau Hess,” circumstances surrounding his imprisonment and possible murder, if this “Hess” was the real one and not a substitute “doppelganger.”  Relying on the works of Peter Radfield and others, Farrell suspects many of the guards and the nurse Aballah Melaouchi as playing interference. Farrell details the various medical orderlies that could have been involved. There was mention of an electrical cord and an autopsy disclosing strangulation marks on Hess’s neck (pp. 15-32).

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Hess’s son, Wolf Rudiger Hess, also discovered discrepancies in the death of his father. British forensic pathologist and professor of forensic medicine J.M. Cameron performed the autopsy, but was not beyond suspicion:

“…we saw that there were unusual and possible connections between Ewen Cameron, the psychologist who would become such a central component of the postwar CIA’s MK-Ultra mind[1] control program,” says Farrell, “and who was the very doctor brought in by Allen Dulles to examine ‘Hess’ at Nuremberg…first, and most infamous example of mind-control on record (pp. 89, 92-93, 253).

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This is also confirmed by what Farrell labels the “South African Affidavit” which talked about the American CIA (p. 52).

The Spandau prison was ordered demolished less than 48 hours after Hess’s death.

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MYSTERY OF THE HESS FLIGHT

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Farrell relies heavily on the research of Picknett, Prince, and Prior’s Double Standards: The Rudolf Hess Cover-up, and W. Hugh Thomas’s The Murder of Rudolf Hess, and other researchers, such as Hess’s son Wolf Hess.

The bizarre behavior of Hess over the span of his arrest into his trial at Nuremberg and later behaviors suggested a confused and erratic behavior of someone reacting to Mind Control and even the possible use of a Hess “double.” These suspicions appeared to be backed by physical characteristics of Hess’s body such as war scars and personality traits (pp. 113-115; Hess’s son Wolf Rudiger Hess, Who Murdered My Father, Rudolf Hess, pp. 38-50.)

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Likewise, Farrell examines the multiple, many suspicious, reasons for Hess’s May 10, 1941 flight to Great Britain, one being peace overtures and his opposition to Operation Barbarossa. The on-coming prospective secret German atomic bomb test futuristically planned near October of 1944 may have been another reason. Hess’s flight may have been to “seal the deal” of peace negotiations that were begun in Sweden, Switzerland and Spain (John Harris, Richard Wilbourn, Rudolf Hess: A New Technical Analysis of the Hess Flight).  Another theory was the secret meetings with General Karl Haushofer and his son Albrecht inaugurating a “fusion” of the United Kingdom and the USA. Still yet another theory was that a “coordinated coups d’ etat was planned to overthrow both governments.” (pp. 132-146.)

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Picknett, Prince and Prior, says Farrell, indicated that high-level meetings were conducted by Albrecht Haushofer, Sir Samuel Hoare, Lord Halifax, and Hess questioning those questioning “Lebensraum,” colonization, and the Holocaust of the Jews (p. 173.)

“Hess not only was capable of being involved in such a scheme, but there may have been a quiet concerted propaganda campaign,” says Farrell, “to prepare the German people for his assumption of power with a more moderate coalition government, perhaps one, as we have seen, including Goring.” (p. 176.)

Farrell speculates that several things went wrong in the Hess Mess flight, such as the mysterious appearance of a Polish officer, Roman Battaglia, at Glasgow Police Headquarters (p. 187), the sending of and “non-arrival” of a telegram that Hess sent to Aunt Emma Rothacker, and that an SS Obergruppenfuhrer said in May 1942 that another Hess was being escorted around in Scotland while Hess was also reported in prison; further, there was the presence of a “police” representative who spoke two hours with Hess at Dungavel detention center in Scotland.  These are only a few of the many strange incidents and questions surrounding the Hess case (p. 199).

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Farrell emphasizes that Hess’s “peace plan” may have had his overtures to also “warn” the British about the on-coming “final solution” on the Jews (p. 224).  He lists the mention by Max Nordau (pre-World-War-One), Rabbi Stephen Wise (pre-World-War-One), Ben Hecht and Robert John (pre-Hitler) mentioned of “six-million Jews or people.” (p. 228).

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ANTARCTICA AND HESS

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Reichmaschall Hermann Goring’s “expedition” of 1938-39 was a first-step plan to “annex” Antarctica to the Reich’s domain.  Further comments by Hermann Goring would indicate that the Reich had a ‘post-war-world’ interest in Antarctica, and was “staking a claim.” (p. 240.) This was “rejected” by the Norwegian government, and this ‘dispute’ may have come up in the “Hess Mess.” Picknett, Prince and Prior suspected Hess also came to “conclude” matters of Antarctic ownership (opt. cit, p. 307; Hess and the Penguins, pp. 250-251).

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Antarctica had already been a continent of special interest when an American Expedition of 1946-47 codenamed “Operation High Jump” journeyed there.[2] The Operation consisted of four thousand people, an aircraft carrier, a submarine, aircraft, helicopters, and special equipment.  Admiral Richard Byrd was the leader and was accompanied by his son Richard E. Byrd, Jr. The son, Byrd Jr., was found dead on October 9, 1988, on his way to a commemoration of his father.

Admiral Byrd’s expedition was described by him as an “encirclement of conquest” and an “attack from three fronts.” Quite mysteriously was the expedition’s early “retreat.” Just as mysteriously, Farrell shies away from the Chilean newspaper mention of an attack by UFOs, even though there is evidence that a possible UFO attack did take place[3] (pp. 241-250).

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[1]https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/aug/30/cias-mk-ultra-lsd-mind-control-experiment-has-ling/

Quote from the above article:
“Although the CIA program officially ran from 1953 to 1964, its dark and fertile legacy stretches to today, living on in modern conspiracy theories about U.S. intelligence agencies’ ability and willingness to manipulate society through surveillance, disinformation, celebrity culture, and strategic news leaks.”

[2] https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/antarctica/antartica24.htm

Quotes from the above article:
“There is increased popularity for the idea of a ‘German-Slavonic Antarctic Reich.’ It is said that 10,000 of the ‘racially most pure’ Ukrainians, out of half a million deported in 1942 by Martin Bormann, were transported to the German Antarctic bases during World War II, in the proportion of four Ukrainian women to one German man.
“If true, this would mean that Himmler transferred 2,500 Waffen-SS soldiers, who had proven themselves in combat on the Russian front, to Station 211 – now Neuschwabenland – in Antarctica.
“This may be the source of the myth of the “Last SS Battalion.”
“An ASF training camp was set up in Estonia, on a peninsula near Ristna on Hiiumaa Island in the Baltic Sea. It was a combination finishing school and boot camp, where the ladies took lessons in charm and housekeeping along with their courses in polar survival. Himmler kept the camp’s existence a closely-guarded secret. For “unhappy campers,” the only escape consisted of a one-way train ticket to Auschwitz.
“(There is one known instance of an ASF “deserter.” In 1943, Auschwitz guard Irma Griese, 22, the off-and-on girlfriend of Dr. Josef Mengele, took to wearing a sky-blue ASF uniform, which she had scavenged from a pile of inmate clothing. Griese was hanged in 1946 for war crimes. The uniform’s original owner must have had serious second thoughts about a permanent move to Antarctica).
“The failure of Grossadmiral Karl Dönitz’s U-boat offensive by May 1943 freed up dozens of “milk cow” U- boats. These were large submarines, almost as big as tramp steamers, which Dönitz had used to supply his U- boat “wolf packs” in remote seas of the world. Himmler now put them to work carting supplies and personnel to Antarctica.
“Himmler’s rationale for sending thousands of settlers to Antarctica can only be understood within the context of his mystic beliefs. As a result of his youthful reading of New Age books, his association with the occultist Dr. Friedrich Wichtl, and his membership in the Artamen, Himmler became a believer in the Hindu concept of world-ages or yugas.
“He believed that the current age, or Kali Yuga, would end in a global cataclysm, thereby giving birth to a new world-age called the Satya Yuga.
“By sending a Nazi colony to Antarctica, Himmler was ensuring that a remnant of the “pure Aryan race” would survive the coming cataclysm with its society and culture intact. They would then take possession of Antarctica when the cataclysm melted the south polar ice cap.
“According to believers, the Neuschwabenland colony survived not only the end of World War II but a full-on battle with the 3,500 Marines and aircraft of Operation High Jump.
“In 2003 Ivanenko wrote:

‘The total population of Nazis in Antarctica now exceeds two million and that many of them have undergone plastic surgery in order to move about with greater ease through South America and conduct all manner of business transactions.’

“He called the Antarctic Reich,

‘one of the most militarily powerful states in the world because it can destroy the USA several times over with its submarine-based nuclear missiles, remaining itself invulnerable to U.S. nuclear strikes because of the two-mile-thick ice shield.’

“Further, he claims that the city of Neu Berlin, the colony’s capital, sprawls through “narrow sub-glacial tunnels” under an unnamed mountain range, heated by ‘volcanic vents.’
“The ufologist also makes the claim that Neu Berlin adjoins,
‘the prehistoric ruins of Kadath, which may have been built by settlers from the lost continent of Atlantis well over 100,000 years ago.’
“Still, other fringe researchers claim that the actual ruins of Atlantis have been found – and possibly reoccupied – under the Antarctic ice.
“Some say that Atlantis is located near one of the 70 or so warm water lakes that have been discovered miles beneath the Polar Ice Sheet, such as Lake Vostok near the Russian base at the Pole of Inaccessibility.”

[3]https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/unveiling-mysteries-antarctica-exposing-cover-up-joachim-hagopian

Quotes from the above article:
“But others speculate that it’s one more piece of mounting evidence of a secret Nazi UFO base, perhaps the one that attacked Admiral Byrd’s Operation Highjump seven decades ago or the underground base mentioned next that’s apparently still in operation under the ice. A growing body of supportive evidence is frequently discovered on Google Earth, such as the large open entrances to a subterranean world with saucer-shaped figures lodged in ice. The UFO fervor keeps intensifying, centered on the Antarctic mystery as a probable portal to otherworldly activity. The poles have long been associated with being multidimensional vortex fields that act as earth entry and exit points for intergalactic spacecraft travel. When considered together, all of these odd cumulative findings and anomalies from Antarctica that keep popping up on a near daily basis beg for definitive answers to questions that can only be attained through open inquiry and thorough investigation.”

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Farrell gives much credit to authors and researchers such as William Stevenson, Gloria Vitanze Basile, Picknett, Prince, and Prior, John Harris and Richard Wilbourn, Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke, Lynn Pickitt, Clive Prince, Stephen Prior, W. Hugh Thomas, Joscelyn Godwin, and many others.

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UFO ENCOUNTERS OF THE NEW KIND

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UFO ENCOUNTERS OF THE NEW KIND

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Strange phenomenon of “things” flying in the sky have been around for over 70-years, at least, in some “modern” phase, raising many questions about their nature and origin: what ‘country’ is behind their operation; what causes their ‘flight’; can they be contacted; are they real and ‘alien’ in a scientific sense; what does science say about them; and what ‘is’ the scientific method? Without the proper questions, say the writers in UFOs: REFRAMING THE DEBATE, we will never get correct answers.

“To reframe the UFO debate we need to formulate new models for analyzing existing and incoming data,” says researcher Susan Hemeter – St. Clair (p. 177), and introduce innovative hypotheses by asking better questions than have so far been asked.”

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(UFOs: Reframing the Debate, Robbie Graham, White Crow Books, 3 Hova Villas, BN3 3DH, United Kingdom, www.whitecrowbooks.com, info@whitecrowbooks.com, 2017, 262 pages, $17.99.)

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SCIENTIFIC ENVIRONMENT

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UFO ENCOUNTERS OF THE NEW KIND

UFO Encounters of a New Kind:  What has been the Influence?

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The book’s contents travels from the ‘classically’ skeptical viewpoint of Chris Rutkowski (who drives home that a strict ‘old rules’ in a current science methodology is what he feels is needed[1]) through thirteen other writers (some of whom have actually ‘had’ their own UFO encounters and experiences) that have the audacity to question and improvise attempts to reconstruct old methods with new ones that force the very latest science to include the established facets of those new studies by academics and other scientists.  

Mike Clelland speaks about his own accounts of many “high strangeness” contacts, but also the rather bizarre and traumatic events of other “experiencers.”

“My problem with ‘ufology’ is my own personal experiences, I’ve been at the receiving end of enough weird shit that nobody needs to tell me this stuff is real,” says Cleland (p. 19).  Clelland’s concern is primarily with abduction reports where the landscape is rich with bizarre patterns of synchronicity, common consciousness-archetypes, and recurring symbolism.

Dr. Leo Sprinkle (a Ph.D. in counseling and was also a Professor of Psychology at the University of Wyoming) gives his own appraisal of the situation and he says that on “some subconscious level… (there was) kind of manipulation.” (p.23).  Likewise, based on many years of investigating high strangeness “abduction” reports, Clelland feels researchers are only “barely dipping below the waterline” and avoiding the starkest elements of such cases. This is where Cleland sees the richest core of the topic, after being himself one and also living with “experiencers.”

Even more “mundane” UFO “sightseers,” when asked the properly phrased questions, can be asked about “other” ‘unusual, personal events,’ events that are often excluded by less inquisitive examiners, when usually a much deeper and alarming story would emerge. That portion might be “missing time” or “weirder stuff.”  But Clelland has seen far too often “patterns” that he feels hold “clues to unravel this mystery” (p. 29).

“The scientific community has either ignored or denounced the UFO phenomenon for close to 70 years. With very few exceptions, UFO researchers, who try to wrestle with this mystery using any kind of scientific reign, end up framing it merely as metal spaceships from another plant…(not) strange invasion of consciousness…” (pp. 28-30).

Dr. Jeffrey Kripal of Rice University says he has encountered increased bizarreness which Clelland calls “the trauma of enlightenment” on a long trail of “unknowns with no path to follow” on a very personal, very private quest in which we can’t expect to solve.

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Jack Brewer likewise agrees with Dr. Jacques Vallee and the late John Keel that cases of “high strangeness” should lead us away from the conventional ETH theory. There are indications that the early years of UFOs had more earthly origins, such as a super-weapon Project Seal, soon followed by ‘deception programs” of Colonel Carl Goldbranson who did such things as a 1950 Rand/Air Force report titled The Explanation of Superstition for Purposes of Psychological Warfare. They later included deception artists such as British Major Jasper Maskelyne and World War II Major General Edward Geary Lansdale, who, in the words of Project Grudge, relate to “psychological propaganda” (p. 37-38).

The same Colonel Edward Landsdale “was running around” the Philippines inventing psycho-weapons about “vampires among the Huks,” then going after and trying to retain and apply more “political-psychological warfare,” all under the overseer-ship of the Central Intelligence Agency and Allen Dulles, resulting in the infamous Robertson Panel (p. 38). 

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Likewise, Brewer warns about widespread ’hoaxing’ by various people and the need to better understand the trauma and jaded emotional reactions exhibited by “UFO witnesses”; a multiplicity-of-reasoning is needed to “resurrect” better methods of investigators.

“If we are to find events of interest at the heart of what-to-became a truly phenomenal social occurrence,” says Brewer, “we would be wise to drop preconceived notions to the best of our abilities.”

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TEAMWORK AND CONCEPTS

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Curt Collins also lays bare the painstaking teamwork of many individuals and agencies that came together in the exposure of the infamous “Roswell Slides” of November 2014 that eventually were discovered to be photos of a mummified body of a two-year-old boy, as uncovered by what became to be known as the Roswell Slides Research Group.  

“It was largely by chance the group came together on this project,” says Collins.  “Each of us must remain objective, seek the best evidence and ask challenging questions whether as part of a team or as individuals” (p. 108).

Researcher Micah Hanks heralds Allen Hendry’s book The UFO Handbook and Hanks suggests a “modernized” UFO classification system of six categories, including “Biological,” “Experimental,” and “Drones.”

Whatever “fashion” the UFO investigator undertakes it must be totally unbiased and burdened by “modern skepticism” that appears to be “evangelical,’ but based on “careful thought analysis and an equal willingness to be open-minded in our skepticism…” (p. 74).

“Modern skepticism can, I think, be summarized in many instances as an ideology, around which a social movement has been built___one that, today, also runs tangent with atheism___and as a paradoxically evangelical attitude about the supremacy of science above all other forms of knowledge.”  

Smiles Lewis sees the UFO phenomena as not only multiclausal but part of a “paraCryptolzology,” possibly part of a “covert socio-cultural control system” attacking our sensibilities on a complicated scale, rather than just nuts-and-bolts vehicles. Lewis suspects that geomagnetism, electromagnetism, Gaia-Mother-Earth-Consciousness, and man-made invasion, are all components of these happenings. At times, the “Controllers” utilized Akashic Records and Jung’s “collective unconscious,” and at other times are seen similar to the extraterrestrials in Carl Sagan’s book and movie CONTACT as “a transpersonal virtual reality communications channel… (to) facilitate anomalous information transfer, facilitate telepathy, remote viewing, and other forms of ESP” (p. 115).

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Lewis cites Thomas Bearden that “our collective anxieties are psychical manifestations” (p. 116); it embraces the works of Dr. Steven Mizrach, James Pontobello, Susan Lepselter, Carol Suzanne Matthews, Michael Persinger, Gyslaine F. Lafreniere, Hank Albarelli, Martin Cannon, and other professionals.

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Physicist Harley Rutledge During the Famous 1973 Piedmont UFO Flap
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Smiles Lewis provides the public with the ultimate challenge of human agencies, such as the CIA and the military, taking our knowledge of the paranormal energies and further applying them into MK-Ultra programs, Nazi collusion, secret experiments, Project Palladian, and psychological warfare. These “cultural overlays” make the subject all the more necessary to ask for correct questions beyond “xenophobic tribalism,” “counterfeit foes,” and “manufactured machinations and stratagems” (p. 129).

Lorin Cutts likewise fears investigators are being manipulated by the phenomena itself and the faulty perception and questions we attach to it. These “myths” permeate the phenomena forcing researchers into one or two “belief systems,” either of “extraterrestrial origin,” or complete “skeptical disbelief” (p. 82). There is much more happening, says Cutts. UFO sightseers and experiencers are definitely seeing something anomalously similar as to what people are seeing in the Yakima, Washington “hot spot.” But zeroing-in seems beyond the current methods to investigate that “hot spot” as it seems this, and other areas, have been frozen in a cadre of myth and ignorance (p. 87).

‘‘Current scientific understanding will never be the truth of the entire universe,” says Cutts. “Science, while the foundation of societal development, will always be something of a paper-god…from within this void, come magical, high-strangeness, and human experiences that continue to mystify and confuse.” (p. 89).

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Encounters with extraterrestrials and ancient glyph’s?
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FURTHER HIDDEN INTELLIGENCES AND ENERGIES

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Red Pill Junkie tries to expand on the parapsychological inference that UFOs are intermingled apparitions of turmoil or “crisis apparitions” similar to poltergeist activity in ghostly manifestations___or phenomena often called the “Trickster” (pp. 130, 155).

Accounts are replete down through the history of the “Trickster” phenomena. He recounts many examples in the media and in historical accounts: Spring Heeled Jack in the 19th century; the Mad Gasser of Mattoon of the 1930s; or the Mothman in the 1960s and its Trickster called Indrid Cold.

Observed as a “chaotic catalyst,” says Red Pill Junkie, “perhaps the confounding trickery of these ‘Cosmic Jokers’ is intended to shake us out of our collective stagnation, and force us to see a way out of our ‘dark (k) night of the soul’ into a sunnier tomorrow,” though the writer is far from clear as to exactly how this was to take place (p. 162).

Greg Bishop concurs by saying that science has many disciplines that have yet to be applied in investigations; when current theories, such as spaceships, don’t fit the mold, it only normal to ask newer and more fitting questions.

“There is a massive backlog of apparent craft and beings seen, as well as a wide spectrum of individuals reacting,” says Bishop. “This suggests either that countless type of strange entities are visiting us, or, that the brain has some kind of creative control over what is an experience” (p. 191).

Smaller autonomous research groups, refraining from using ‘hard and fast ideologies’ and ‘belief systems,’ trying to cover all the bases, using the latest understanding of the human brain and nervous system, seeing the possibility of an extra-human consciousness, examining the line between the internalized experience and the external world, eroding of visual stimuli are just a few of the suggestions that Bishop feels must be properly addressed and applied. All too often the brain adds details when traumatic situations occur: we still need to examine ‘how much’ and “where” this happens (pp. 193-197).

“Abduction” and “close encounter” episodes are particularly problematic. Bishop has seen several accounts were “encounters” are probably following “dream logic,” information-rich “reorganizations” into a new reality. Mac Tonnies suggests the “occurrences” are contacts with “pure information,” thinking of the operational world of matter.  

“Until recently, scientists have recorded mass and energy as the primary building blocks of nature,” says Bishop. “Now, some are beginning to regard information as the basic currency of reality. This may be following a trend in science that stretches back over 2000 years.”

Understanding, or even perceiving, this “quantum information” may involve new and unbeknownst factuality that “the reality of it may either be foreign to our way of thinking or even conceptualizing that this is the closest we can get at this point” (p. 205).  “…there may be no way we can have uncompromised access to this external reality and it may not actually exist until we come to the end of a long line, if uncalmable, questions about what it is” (p. 206).

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Encounters of UFOs and aliens could be depicted here?
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DANCING WITH REALITY

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Joshua Cutchin readily agrees with some of the other thirteen authors and commentary, saying that present-day “science” is still too hindered by decrypted “materialism” constraints, referring to its recognizing and equipping itself with the growing discoveries of parapsychology ad quantum-physics ‘discoveries.’

“The most obvious repercussions of a belief in telepathy is how it normalizes a host of other psi phenomena in a domino effect,” says Cutchin, “which in turn bursts the perceived N&B/ETH Ufological monopoly…one point on a robust spectrum of psychic doctrine” (p. 53).

Remnants of such a human endeavor were the $20 million Stargate Project, telepathy-work by Rupert Sheldrake, Daryl Ben of Cornell University and Alex Tsakiris who also directed us to a new paradigm of investigations.

“It is novel to declare that we shouldn’t feel ashamed at this interpretation,” says Cutchin. “It is novel to predict that one day this science will look a lot more like our science” (p. 160). “…the materialist paradigm will fall apart given time, and consciousness studied is the proverbial star to which ufology should hitch its wagon. The study of UFOs and alien abduction has zero obligations to an N&B/ETH model” (p. 62).

Ryan Sprague also concurred with this growing line-of-reasoning:

“This expansion of awareness needs also to be explored,” says Sprague. “Even to scratch the surface of the UFO enigma, we must remove part of the mentality that we are dealing purely with nuts and bolts, part of the notion that the key to the UFO phenomena lies in physical analysis” (p. 182).

Many of the UFO witnesses Sprague interviewed spoke of feeling like “their reality was somehow altered in the moment…this passage between established and newfound realities is where UFOs seem to float, hover, zip, coast, appear and disappear in and out of ambiguity” (p. 183).   

Dr. David Clarke taunts in his 2015 book HOW UFOS CONQUERED THE WORLD, Sprague points out, that the UFO syndrome and culture itself feeds the phenomenon and the perception of it “in an endless feedback-loop between stories passed down through media and genuine experience” ( p. 186).

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All of the writers utilized for this book urge a fresh and reconstructed ‘methodology’ aimed at building reliable evidence but based on a totality of a growing and modern science voided of the “gas lighting[2]” of bias and 19th century methods.

https://www.vox.com/culture/2017/1/21/14315372/what-is-gaslighting-gaslight-movie-ingrid-bergman

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[1]  “This approach is consistent with a view that our society has transitioned from ‘modernism’ to ‘post-modernism’ to ‘metamodernism’…The unwillingness of UFO zealots to conform in any way with scientific methodology with regard to testing claims within the community negates them as sources of reliable information about the subject” (p. 15).

[2] https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/here-there-and-everywhere/201701/11-warning-signs-gaslighting.

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“The term ‘gaslighting’ comes from the movie, and so its definition is rather specific: when a person lies for their own gain to another person so repeatedly and with so much confidence that the victim begins to doubt her own sanity. And, as the film puts it, a bit of Stockholm Syndrome develops as well: The victim, now uncertain that she can perceive reality correctly, becomes dependent on the gaslighter, more attached to him than ever.”

 

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REFRAMING THE VERY ‘FRAME’ OF UFOLOGY

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One could say that the current debates within the UFO arena about proof, evidence, and where do we go “from here” are pretty much a matter of the methodology, but many others would say it has to do with the “nature” of science, itself, and the questions it further asks.

These questions and concepts are being “tested” in a book by Robbie Graham that says we must reevaluate our approaches and even learn ‘how’ to ask these questions and further deal with the phenomenon.

Authors that have contributed to this tome run the full gamut of discourse: from outright cynicism (Chris Rutkowski) to demands for a “new science” with “new questions,” and “methodologies” (which includes possibly all of the remaining writers).

“The phenomenon has not proven to be anything that can be resembled by our current standards of proof,” says Greg Bishop. “Therefore, UFO researchers and enthusiasts would best be served by making no firm judgments on any of the data___least on its existential origins…what many fail to realize is that most UFO witnesses have had our experience for which they have no benchmark” (pp. 192-193).

(UFOs: Reframing the Debate, Robbie Graham, www.whitecrowbooks.com, info@whitecrowbooks.com, 3 Hovas Viras, BN3 3DH United Kingdom, 2017, 262 pages, $17.99.)

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The book portends to offer “alternatives” to commonly professed directions that already exist, such as the “spaceships” of the extraterrestrials ‘theory.’ But when one looks much closer at each essay, one may find only the same bias and old arguments, but each ‘reframed’ along with ‘new boarders’ and new “picture frames.”

Somehow, Chris Rutkowski attempts to “separate” good-ole’-science as a ‘true science’ against and from ‘zealot’ UFO contactees, spiritualist-UFO-experiences, and psi activity. Rutkowski feels that if someway, solid scientific endeavors are divorced from anything paranormal-doctrinaire, things could somehow work out. Rutkowski says that ‘UFO zealots’ apply a “metamodernism” which can never be dispensed because they don’t rely on evidence, but psychic “belief.”

“The unwillingness of UFO zealots to confirm in any way with scientific methodology with regard to testing claims within their community negates their value,” says Rutkowski, “as a source of reliable information about the subject” (p. 156).

Rutkowski only raises more questions, to my mind, rather than answers them: which “zealots” is he truly referring to, the fanatics of religion, or that actual ‘zealotisms’ owned by scientists and academies themselves, many of which, in contradiction to Rutkowski, study parapsychology and psi in universities about the country and do real laboratory experiments. Surely, Rutkowski must recognize analysts such as the late Carl Jung. What does Rutkowski catalog “skeptic zealots” professing to be “scientific” but are really Religious Cultists of scientism, kind of a generally accepted and worshiped Scientology in disguise?

Does “science” evolve, specifically, its so-called “method”? What if the actual UFO phenomenon, on the other hand, is not readily malleable, amendable or able to be penetrated to its ‘core’ by the current archaic methods?

The other writers, in comparison, are a fresher-break-away-breath of new air.

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BEYOND THE FRAME.

Joshua Cutchin builds upon the aforementioned conundrum and posits further components:

“Science is nothing more than a set of guidelines and tools to evaluate reality honestly and objectively, whereas materialism is an assumption based on the notion that only things applicable in a laboratory setting are worthy of labeling ‘real’…confirming the objective reality of telepathy, remote viewing, clairvoyance, or any other psi effect would devastate our understanding of natural law, which would, in turn, cripple the surety with which the scientific method operates:  It would shatter materialism” (pp. 57-58).

Cutchin cites the inescapable telepathy research of Rupert Sheldrake who ‘rigorously” demonstrated the telepathy of pets (p. 56). Likewise, Ian Stevenson chronicled the “past-life memories and birthmarks” of children. Cornell University professor Daryl Bem showed that “intense emotion” may enhance psi phenomenon.

Once the psi Gennie is let out of the science bottle it is doubtful it will ever be “put back in.”[1]

“Granted, they’re still banging the antiquated drum of eighteenth-century materialism, but at least a dialog is starting…from materialisms’’ ashes, a new model of reality, will arise wherein the scientific establishment accepts that he completely intangible, wholly interiorized phenomenon of human consciousness can manifest measurable effects in our physical world” (p. 58).

This is precisely where Mike Clelland descends into the deepest part of the “UFO Lake.”

“Of all UFO sightings reported each year, over half can’t be described as anything like a metal craft,” says Clelland. “Instead, the majority of reports are of ethereal glowing orbs, most often orange I color. People are seeing something that might not be physical at all, at least in the way we understand it, yet seemingly under intelligent control…my problem with ‘ufology’ is my own personal experiences.  I’ve been at the receiving end of enough weird shit that nobody needs to tell me this stuff is real” (pp. 18-19).

It was one thing to talk dirty “about” UFO experiences, but it was another thing to be directly involved in a situation as an “experiencer” and witness, says Clelland, talking about his own encounters of “high strangeness” as well as the events of other “experiencers.”

Mike Clelland points out that even when more “mundane” UFO “sightseers” are asked properly-phased questions, there are often “other and unusual, personal events” that are often excluded by less inquisitive examiners. Clelland says that researches are only “barely dipping below the waterline” and avoiding he starkest elements of such cases.  This is where Clelland sees the richest core of the topic—a ‘‘core” that he and fellow “experiencers” are actually living.

Usually, a much deeper and alarming story emerges, perhaps, a story about “missing time” or even “weirder stuff.”  Clelland feels there are many “patterns” that should be examined and hold “clues” that might unravel this mystery (p. 29).

“The scientific community has either ignored or denounced the UFO phenomenon for close to 70 years. With very few receptive UFO researchers who try to wrestle with this mystery using any kind of scientific reign and up-framing it merely as metal spaceships from another planet…(not) strange invasion of consciousness…” (pp. 28-30).

Clelland notes that Dr. Leo Sprinkle, who has a Ph.D. in counseling and a professor of psychology at the University of Wyoming, also highlights the UFO phenomena as operating on “some subconscious level” in a kind of “manipulation” (p. 23).  Clelland also cites Dr. Jeffrey L. Kripal of Rice University who also has encountered “bizarreness” which Clelland says has “no path to follow” as only private quests of which we can’t expect to solve.

SCIENCE IS LIMITED.

M.J. Banias travels further into the “swamp” of confusion and “old methodology.”

“We accept the ideological myths told by sciences that ‘make sense’ to us,” says Banias. “However, significant science ‘facts’ have been proven and later disproved as human knowledge expands, grows and shifts; as our cultural and social landscape changes, so do current scientific knowledge.”

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Banias says that “science has adopted an ideological illusion that it is the only road to the truth,” when in reality, it actually is the “harbinger” of the destruction of “religion and philosophy.”

“Interestingly, we collectively understand scientists included, that science does not have all the answers right now,” says Banias. “We also understand that future developments will undoubtedly change many of the scientific rules, laws, and theories we know…” (p. 135).

Banias draws much from the movie THEY LIVE (1988) which suggests ‘reality” — True Reality — is “inaccessible” ___ almost always “shaped by ideological constructs” which are “value and belief systems” established in our minds by social and cultural upbringing—an invented universe—but the true reality is forever out of reach, our vision to see it handicapped by our social and cultural illusion, languages, and these mechanisms” (p. 132).

Science, says Banias, is an anthropomorphic consciousness, not a literal “thing,” only a collection of socially accepted ideological constructs, methods, and mechanisms, controlled by economic and political issues (p. 137).

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“Mainstream capitalist culture has no choice but to reset UFO discourse as it calls into question the ideological illusion, which capitalism must maintain” (p. 143).

Banias agrees that the so-called “scientific method” should be maintained, but not without a warning: “…the razor cuts both ways, and the ideological mechanism of the sciences can be as dogmatic as the religious tents of the UFO believers” (ibid).

Even if a UFO were to land on the White House lawn tomorrow, the whole affair would be obstipated by the current political and social systems of “‘general sciences, and, therefore, into capitalist ideologized structures…the status quo is maintained…no public announcement…” (ibid).

Smiles Lewis sees the obstacles of the current ufology and its present components:

“In our attempts at understanding UFOs and possible contact with Alien Others, let us recognize the challenge of resisting and overcoming such taboos, so that we may be free of both the cultural overlays imposed by our farther perception,” says Lewis, “and the perception management programs that have been waged against us, whether in furthermore of global governance or materialistic independence and xenophobic tribalism” (p. 120).

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The amount of paranoia from “agent provocateurs” has gathered about. Lewis mentions “ol’ Carl Jung” and his “ideas on the collective unconscious” and the archetypes Lewis implants “so deeply into my ideas about UFOs.”

Lewis discloses that the CIA, as the OSS, used Allen Dulles’s “psychological profiling” of Hitler and the German people during the war. This included Dulles’s beliefs on the paranormal and psychological warfare purposes.

There was also the matter of Dr. Leon Davidson, a researcher that worked in the Manhattan Project. It was Dr. Davidson who, back in the 1950s and into the 1970s, was talking about the idea that the UFO phenomenon was being manipulated by the CIA as part of a Cold War “tool’ for disinformation to the Soviets—as well as other reasons. Lewis guides the reader to visit “A Loner Chemist’s Quest to Expose UFO Cover-up,” Philip Coppens, http://www.philipcoppens.com’davidsonhtml/.

Lewis says Allen Dulles liked the ideas of Carl Jung and invented the mutual idea of ‘benign aliens’ visiting earth as a “magical” illusion in tricks, UFO sightings, landings, contacts, along with other military “test” sightings. Dulles found saucer clubs and their propaganda as an “ideal” vehicle (p. 120).

The writer cites the investigations of Kenn Thomas and Peter Lavenda that likewise spied these trends in the CIA Post-WW II American Nazism, and MKUltra activities, involving characters such as Lee Oswald, Ted Kaczynski, and Whitey Bulger, the Mafioso, as well as Dr. Ewen Cameron’s MKUltra experiments. Lewis goes into many examples of such connections throughout his essay.

Greg Bishop says that for year’s ufologists craved “respectability” by seeking out the ‘perfect case,’ well-documented by video, radar returns and physical ‘traces’ by which ‘doubters’ visualize as the ‘Holy Grail’ of UFO cases.

“There are already enough ideas in this regard and it has not made much difference to those when the researcher they hope to impress,” says Bishop. “Perhaps a quest for deeper and wider of relevant and previously overlooked issues and their implications is what is called for at this time, and not the need to be believed or accepted.” (p. 189)

The ETH theory doesn’t adhere to newer standards, leaving us at “cross-purposes.”  “The experience is not available on demand,” says Bishop, “nor is it amenable to normal scientific scrutiny” (ibid)..

In some UFO encounters there is no “benchmark” to work with, says Bishop, almost as if they are thrown into an “alternate reality” where something seems to have been ignored or derided, and suddenly “peacefully presented to them” (p. 193).

“The phenomena have not proven to be anything that can be recovered by current standards of proof,” says Bishop. “Therefore, UFO researchers and enthusiasts would best be served by making no firm judgments on any of the data___at least no firm judgment on any of the data—at least on it existential origins.” (p.192)

Bishop points to Greek philosopher who gave us Pyrrhonism as a model of inquiry. “Any viewpoint on this weird subject does not cover all the bases” (ibid)..

TRAUMATIC NATURE.

“What the psychedelics seem to me to agree on is that reality is not reality.  There may be no reality, but certainly, this is not it. This is some kind of highly provisional culturally genetic hallucination that we are all participating” (p. 214)

“Such is the traumatic nature of the UFO experience,” says Robert Brandstetter. “What started as a story about seeing something strange in the sky has since been manufactured into mythology by the whole cabal of gladiators in the arena of ufology” (p.212).

Brandstetter recounts some of the more popular UFO cases when examined closely (as well as his personal ‘Contactee’ episodes, in the context of Donald Hoffman with his “Conscious Realism and its Mind-Body problem”) represents unexplained and “unique approach to seeing” (p. 215). There are “symbols of a reality outside of our own perceptual apparatus,” and Brandstetter suggests “we might do well to engage in more long-term studies of witnesses who have been altered to get a better measure of the unknown external stimulus.”

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“There is a danger in surrendering the ego and identity, and so the call of the UFO may simply be one that is mirroring something much simpler to us,” says Brandstetter. “Do not try to penetrate the mystery, for that is not the way, but learn about yourself and what you are at the edges of the capacities of your biology…the UFO mystery…achieve to reflect…as a social species” (p. 228).

Micah Hanks readily agrees that science needs some major revisions to come to grips with the UFO Mystery, while skepticism is needed, it should be a healthy skepticism and not a debunking.

“Modern skepticism can, I think, be summarized in many instances, as an ideology, around where a social movement has been built—one that today also runs tangent with atheism—and as a paradoxically evangelical attitude about the supremacy of science above all other forms of knowledge” (p. 79).

Hanks leaned heavily on Allen Hendry’s comprehensive book THE UFO HANDBOOK, “perhaps one of the better approaches.”  Hanks even suggests a new scale of sighting classification (p. 66)..

MITIGATING UFO CIRCUMSTANCES.

Just about the time, you may think the writers have brought enough of the ‘new’ and ‘awkward,’ some of the writers bring out circumstances that further mitigate events.

Jack Brewer sees the phenomenon in terms of “high strangeness” much like Dr. Jacques Vallee and the late John Keel who are opposed to the popular ETH theory.  But worse yet, there are indications of “more” earthly origins, such as a super-weapon Project Seal.  This was soon followed by “deception programs” of Colonel Carl Goldbranson who did such things as a 1950 Rand-Air Force report titled The Exploitation of Superstitions for Purposes of Psychological Warfare. This was later expanded to ‘deception’ or ‘tests’ such as those of British Major Jasper Maskelyne and World War II Major General Edward Geary Lansdale who (in the words of Project Grudge) relate to “psychological propaganda” (pp. 37-38).

Brewer says the same Colonel Edward Lansdale’s “running around” the Philippines inventing “psycho-weapons” about “vampires among the Huks” was part of this psychodrama. Lansdale also applied more “political-psychological warfare,” all under the supervision of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Allen Dulles. The infamous Robertson Panel was born out of this milieu (p. 38).

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Some of these “psycho-events” are, no doubt, causing trauma, which needs to be adequately studied when it occurs to UFO witnesses. Better “methods,” suggests Brewer, need to be invented.

“If we are to find events of interest at the heart of what became truly phenomenal social occurrences,” says Brewer, “we would be noted to drop preconceived notions to the best of our abilities.”

Lorin Cutts also feels that the phenomenon is “manipulative,” and the faulty perceptions and questions are furthermore questionable approaches. These “faulty approaches” were, in fact, “myths” that permeate the whole UFO “belief systems,” either of alleged extraterrestrial origins or, even the complete skeptical arena as “abuse” (p. 82).

Cutts says much is happening about the globe to indicate “something anomalous” is occurring. Cutts points to the Yakima, Washington “hot spot” as a typical example; however, when getting to the “core” of the phenomena “has been frozen in a cadre of myth and ignorance” (p. 87).

“Current scientific understanding will never be the truth of the entire universe,’ says Cutts. “Science, while the foundation of societal development, will always be something of a paper-god…from within this void, come magical, high strangeness, and human experience that continue to mystify and confuse” (p. 89).

“Telepathy, disembodied voices, and other psychic experiences have been scientifically explored for more than a century via psychical research and parapsychology,” states Susan Demeter-St. Clair, “…that high strangeness UFO reports that include various types of psychic phenomena may be the key to a greater understanding of the UFO enigma, or, at the very least, trigger more meaningful questions in our on-going efforts to understand it” (p. 166).

St. Clair says the late Dr. J. Allen Hynek, as well as psychoanalyst Carl Jung, pointed to a wider world of “poltergeist phenomena, electrical disturbances, telepathy, synchronicity, and other paranormal occurrences…all…converged…with otherworldly intelligence” (p. 169).

Hillary Evans, Eric Davis, Jacques Vallee, Massimo Teudorani, Dr. Harley Rutledge[2], Scott Rogo, Eric Ouellet, all allude to the various psi or psychological elements in UFO Cases.

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“When applied to individual cases and different UFO flaps, some interesting insights and patterns begin to emerge,” says St. Clair (p. 175).

“’Nuts and bolts’ ufologists pride themselves on having a scientific mindset…challenge them to consider what some professional scientists who have looked into UFOs have had to say in regards to high strangeness…Project Identification, conducted by Dr. Harley Rutledge, and it has been well documented that several synchronicities were noted throughout the study. Astromasimo Teodorani comments on Rutledge’s work and shares a similar experience of his own while musing on the possibility of a ‘mind-matter creation,’ i.e., a parapsychologist event…” (p. 173).

“The steadfast adherence to the ETH among UFO enthusiasts is akin to religious faith. To a degree, the same can be said of those skeptics,” says St. Clair, “who apply the null hypotheses as to the possible explanation for unresolved cases.  Such dogmatic stances are harmful to the subject, and certainly, they do nothing to further the progress of understanding” (p. 177).

St. Clair, along with all the mentioned researchers, feel that UFO cases involved “paranormal elements” and are best served by “utilizing parapsychological models.” Dr. Harley Rutledge documented ‘synchronicities” throughout his study.  Teodorani sees them as a “mind-matter creation.” The other researchers see a definite parapsychological connection, “…this adds a dimension of synchronicity or a meaningful coincidence to these UFO events, and this, in the scholarly literature, and plays a strong role in the overall UFO experience” (p. 173).

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To reframe the UFO debate we need to formulate new models for analyzing existing and incoming data,” says St. Clair, “and introduce innovative hypotheses by asking better questions that have thus far been asked…by acknowledging the high strangeness and absurdity of UFO encounters and viewing them through these lenses we can finally begin a forward momentum” (pp.177-178).

Expanding on the parapsychological theory, Red Pill Junkie says that many UFO events were internalized apparitions of turmoil in our ‘crisis apparitions’ of poltergeist activity in ghostly manifestations often referred to as the “trickster” (pp. 130, 155).

“The Trickster” phenomena accounts are replete down through history: Spring Heeled Jack[3] in the 19th century, the Mad Gasser of Mattoon of the 1930s, or Mothman in the 1960s and its ‘trickster’ called Indrid Cold.  Red Pill Junkie refers to this as the “chaotic catalyst” of the “cosmic jokesters” that historically tries to “shake us out of our collective stagnation” asking us to look beyond the “dark (k) night of the soul[4]” and explore the psychologies of the “trickster.[5]

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EXPANSION OF AWARENESS.

“This expansion of awareness needs also to be explored,” says Ryan Sprague.  “Even to scratch the surface of some of the enigma, we must move past the mentality that we are dealing with nuts and bolts, past the notion that the key to the UFO phenomena lies in physical analysis.”

Many of the UFO witnesses Sprague interviewed spoke of feeling like “their reality was somehow altered at the moment…this passage between established and newfound realities is where UFOs seem to float, hover, zip, coast, appear and disappear in and out of ambiguity” (pp. 182, 183).

Sprague quotes fellow researcher Jim Keith from his article in Paranoia Magazine, “UFOs at the Edge of Reality”:

“The fact that ten people or a thousand people believe the same thing does not render said thing any more real and in an absolute sense, but it does point out the structural underpinnings of the determent of this illusion called reality.”

It all depends on those investigators who opt to spend their time, knowledge and resources to study the phenomena, looking beyond current structures that others have helped to create in which they “have brought a monster we want to destroy nor resurrect ever again” (pp. 186-187).

Curt Collins feels UFO researchers need to “refocus” and Collins examines a well-established “expose’” of a UFO claim in which Collins was a party to as it exposed what had become to be known as the infamous “Roswell Slides” of November 2014 that purported to be the body of an extraterrestrial from a crashed UFO; extensive “teamwork” between many UFO skeptics and collaborators exposed that the slides were, in fact, a mummified body of a two-year-old boy. The ‘team” became known as the Roswell Slides Research Group;

All members worked from the examination of different pieces of the claim until a final identification was made as an earthly mummified boy.

The Roswell Slides Research Group, while it demonstrates the amazing ability to accomplish results of “teamwork,” not much is said exactly how that would apply to the technically sensitive arena of psi or parapsychology—which are still virgin sciences.

“Groups can be great tools, but they have their limitations,” says Collins. “Each of us must remain objective, seek the best evidence and ask challenging questions whether part of a team or an individual” (p. 108).

BOLDLY TREAD.

Robbie Graham attempts to give a summation of these events (pp. xxxii-xxxiii):

“I encourage that you approach this book from the perspective of an anthropologist…understanding UFOs and related phenomena is a glacially slow process that is in its fetal stages…a cold hard slap in the face for ‘ufology’ delivered with love. It is a call to break away from established ideas, approaches, and practices and to boldly travel a new path…”

 

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You can reach Steve Erdmann – at – dissenterdisinter@yahoo.com  – or – independenterdmann@gmail.com.

His Facebook email is http://facebook.com/stephen.erdmann1.

You can friend him at:

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His Facebook email is http://facebook.com/stephen.erdmann1.

You can also visit his articles at the following:

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http://www.ufodigest.com,

Alternate Perception Magazine: http://www.apmagazine.info/.

[1] https://slate.com/health-and-science/2017/06/daryl-bem-proved-esp-is-real-showed-science-is-broken.html

[2] https://www.anthonybeckett.com/science/pennine-illuminations-ufo-phenomena-synchronicity-symbolism-yorkshire-moors/

[3] https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/meet-springheeled-jack-the-leaping-devil-that-terrorized-victorian-england

[4] https://numberonebatfan.wordpress.com/2016/02/04/batmans-joker-as-mythic-archetype-the-clown-prince-of-crime/

[5] http://www.crystalinks.com/trickster.

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