PROJECT BLUE BEAM: THE RISE AND FALL OF THE NEO-SKEPTIC

In the original “Watchmen” comic (set in an alternate reality 1985), one of the “heroes”
commits what can be considered s a villainous act for the “good of all mankind.” He
contrives an “alien invasion” so that the United States, the Soviet Union, and the rest
of the world will join together in peace and harmony to protect themselves against the
outside “alien threat.”

If the story rings familiar to some of you, it is because it is based on speeches given by
Ronald Reagan in the real world, in which he said an “alien threat” would be the solution
to uniting a hostile world.

Numerous “conspiracy theorists”, most notably former naval officer William Cooper, the
author of the famed underground book Behold a Pale Horse, speculated that Reagan’s
speech was an expositional public “debriefing” to prepare the public to accept a global
government as a necessary response to an alien invasion scenario.

Cooper suggested that the U.S. government had been working on a fake alien invasion
since the 1930’s, and that even Orson Welles’s “War of the Worlds” broadcast was
an “experiment” to see how the populace would react to such an event.

Cooper hosted a radio talk show, on which he predicted the gradual and pre-planned
worldwide economic collapse. Most of his information has proven to be accurate. He
blew the lid off the Oklahoma City federal building bombing and the raids on Waco. He
was lambasted by both Bill Clinton and Rush Limbaugh as “the most dangerous talk
show host in America.” Much of the content of the X-files Movie “Fight the Future” was
inspired by his books. Before there was David Icke, there was Bill Cooper; long before
Alex Jones, there was Bill Cooper.

I met Bill Cooper when I worked with Wolfgang Gossett at KCGL and KBBX in Utah.
The late Mr. Gossett is is the subject of an FBI investigation into the possibility that he
was the notorious hijacker D.B. Cooper.

William Cooper was eventually gunned down by police officers in front of his Arizona
home. What did Cooper know? What were they trying to silence? Even at his
most paranoid, he offered what was probably as close to 100% uncompromised,
unadulterated human truth as one could possibly find. All of his associates and friends

knew that Cooper was legitimate. The Information from his Book Behold a Pale Horse
is, to this day, being revealed as true. A staged alien invasion has not yet taken place –
– or so we might think. Many have speculated that there have been numerous test runs
of a massive psy-op called Project Blue Beam. This theory was made popular by Serge
Monast who believed that Blue Beam was a project that was being implemented by
NASA to create a new-age antichrist. It is also believed that most of Monast’s claims
come from fictional “predictive programming” in television shows like “Star Trek”, “2001:
A Space Odyssey”, and “Star Wars”.

Project Blue Beam is allegedly being carried out in several stages. While many focus on
the final stage , which is the creation of an anomalous event, such as the holographic
image of an alien ship, that would seem like some sort of messianic, divine or extra-
terrestrial arrival, there are a number of events that are supposed to happen prior to the
final staging.

The first stage, according to Monast, would be the artificial creation of earthquakes.
These earthquakes would unearth new and mysterious artifacts that would call all major
religious beliefs into question. The second stage would be a spectacular show in outer
space, the fake creation of “signs and wonders” which would be significant only to
religious and new age cultists. Holographic images of specific versions of the deity or
deities would appear in areas in which they were predominant: for instance, Israel would
see the Jewish messiah; in Muslim countries, the image of Allah would be projected into
heaven; in Christian countries, it would be Jesus. Then all of the deities would merge
together to be shown as one god. This, according to Monast, would be the electronic
antichrist.

In the third stage, this god would speak to people using ELF. Then, in the chaotic fourth
stage, Monast believed that Christians would think the Rapture is happening, “Ode to
Joy” would be played by the United Nations and heard by everyone telepathically, and it
would be universally – and mistakenly – believed that the aliens had arrived.

The truth about Blue Beam is that these theories of the faking of UFO events and a
false second coming were written by a Christian fundamentalist. Now, Blue Beam is
considered is a catchall for all things alien. It has been associated with the HAARP
Project, chemtrails, and crop circles. It is the great hoaxing of the world that radical
conspiracy theorists believe must be stopped.

Ostensibly, we have been desensitized to alien events that rival the writings of Arthur
C. Clarke, with stories about large ships parked worldwide over major cities. We are
conditioning Christian fundamentalists with pop rapture eschatology. Movies and TV
shows that tell us that the world is preparing for some major event, and we all “know”
that it has to be a “meeting” with God or the extraterrestrials.

Believers in Blue Beam will likewise “know” that this is all faked, which sits better with
people who want to declare limits on possibilities.

Dr. Carol Rosin appeared on my radio show, Ground Zero, in 2001. Rosin, the first
female corporate manager of Fairchild Industries, was spokesperson for Werner
Von Braun in the last years of his life. She founded the Institute for Security and
Cooperation in Outer Space in Washington DC, and has testified before Congress on
many occasions about space-based weapons. What she had to say to Ground Zero
listeners concurs with what William Cooper, and to some extent Monast, had had to say
about faking a heavenly event.

Rosin claims that just before Von Braun died, he told her that the government
would name several threats to the world that would create an urgency to organize
a new government and build space weapons. Von Braun was well aware of
certain “intelligence” because he was a part of the NAZI /U.S. protection plan called
Operation Paperclip, in which Nazi scientists and intelligence officers helped to organize
the space programs and the CIA. He claimed that the Russians would be the first
enemy of concern, then Muslim terrorists, and, finally, an alien threat.

However, according to Rosin, Von Braun stated that the extraterrestrial threat would
first concern near earth objects, such as asteroids and meteors. Then the sun would
be presented as the threat. Finally, we would be told to fear living extraterrestrials that
would want to come down and kill us. Von Braun allegedly said that the alien threat
would be a lie, a hoax concocted to bring about a New World Order, a space-based
weapons platform and a worldwide unified religious movement.

Given the history of UFOs and their various appearances throughout history, there is
some merit in speculating that the right UFO appearance could spark a new and robust
religious movement.

In the year 593 BC, during the early days of the Babylonian siege of Jerusalem, a
man named Ezekiel witnessed a marvel in the heavens. A wheel within a wheel spun
towards him, and, after speaking with the strange-looking occupants of this flying wheel,
he was given instructions on how to use the heavenly event for leverage against idol
worshippers.

Saul of Tarsus was a Roman who, after being blinded by a large glowing object in the
sky, changed his name to Paul and became Christianity’s Roman evangelist. The
churches started by Paul grew and developed into “mainstream” Christianity by the end
of the third century. Many of them changed a lot of doctrine in order to create a new
religious movement. He had a new way to see Jesus. It united a great many people
and its effects have lasted over a thousand years.

Joseph Smith, at age 14, claimed to have been visited by beings on numerous
occasions. Smith told stories of encounters with angels, and even with God and Jesus.
His first vision was in a grove of trees where a bright line beamed down from the sky
and told him to organize a new religion. Joseph Smith’s encounters sound like typical
alien abduction experiences one hears about today.

One angelic entity that visited Smith told him to dig up golden plates and translate them
from Egyptian hieroglyphs. This translation eventually became the Book of Mormon,
the foundation of the Mormon Church’s beliefs. According to some accounts, the entity
appeared to associates of Smith as a tall, walking white salamander which then took on
human form. This was detailed in what is known as the Salamander letter, which the
LDS Church calls a forgery.

There are approximately 12,868,606 Mormons in the world, all of them believers in a
book that was allegedly translated from an Egyptian book of undecipherable scratches,
handed to a young man by an alleged shape shifting “angel” that came down from the
sky in a beam of light.

Mormonism has been around 180 years and continues to grow as a restoration
denomination and a dispensationalist religion. Many believe that Joseph Smith faked it
all. Anti- Mormon hobbyists claim that it was easy nearly 200 years ago to manipulate
people into believing that beings can be called down from heaven that can give one
wisdom. This is still believed by millions because of an organized effort to continue the
story.

Scientology is another religious philosophy that is rooted in the idea of alien beings.
According to conspiracy theorists, this religion is already using the Hollywood
community to prime us for a fake alien “arrival.”

In 2008, the Vatican’s chief astronomer opened up the possibility that extra-terrestrials
and God exist, which made it no longer anathema to believe that aliens exist in the
cosmos.

Monast had said that events such as these in the modern world would destroy religion;
however, it seems that most major UFO appearances have fostered greater beliefs in a
higher power. Ronald Reagan mentioned many times that the differences of the world
would disappear if we were to realize that an alien threat from outside our world was
ready to attack us.

What if an alien event or a divine religious event actually did take place? The
interpretations would differ, and each religion would have to explain the anomaly and try
to interpret it using its own scripture. Each religion would have to find commonality on
the issue of divine intervention, or face a schism.

When one thinks about a real alien or divine event, the idea is very uncomfortable.
Ronald Reagan’s idea of a united front against an alien threat was written off as the
ramblings of a man losing his mental faculties. However, it must considered that the
same alien conversation was also brought up to Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev.
Gorbachev himself confirmed, during an important speech given to the Central
Committee of the USSR’s Communist Party in Geneva on February 17, 1987 in the
Grand Kremlin Palace in Moscow, that he and Reagan had a conversation in Geneva
about aliens. Gorbachev told the press, “At our meeting in Geneva, the U.S. President
said that if the earth faced an invasion by extraterrestrials, the United States and
the Soviet Union would join forces to repel such an invasion. I shall not dispute the
hypothesis, though I think it’s early yet to worry about such an intrusion.”

It is interesting to point out that Gorbachev never spoke of how unusual the
conversation was; he only commented that it might be too early to talk about such an
event as an alien invasion. Did this indicate that perhaps there is a date when it would
be more appropriate to discuss these things? Have the governments of the world set a
date on which to announce to the world that life is out there in space, or have they been
planning on a date when they would stage an alien invasion?

It was first proposed that a mass UFO sighting in Arizona was part of Project Blue
Beam. On March 13th, 1997, a mile-long triangular-shaped UFO was seen over
Phoenix, Arizona. The massive airship had a array of lights in the back and a huge light
in the front. Many people believed that the lights seen over Phoenix were part of a huge
psy-op. The image of a large UFO was seen by the entire city and garnered all types
of press. While the reaction from the public was typical for a UFO sighting, there were
other reactions that were reported and then forgotten.

The Heaven’s Gate cult committed mass suicide just days after the Arizona sighting.
Marshall Applewhite received a “sign” that it was time for him and 38 of his followers
to shed their human containers and join the Evolutionary Level Above Human in a
spaceship hiding behind the comet Hale-Bopp. The acronym for Evolutionary Level
Above Human is ELAH, the name for God, and, when inverted, spells HALE. Was this
part of a psy-op to trigger a response?

Coincidentally, three members of the Heaven’s Gate “away team” worked for Advanced
Development Group, Inc. (ADG), a company that developed computer-based instruction
for the U.S. Army. ADG later became ManTech Advanced Development Group;
these organizations have connections to the First Earth Battalion, a psy-op group
formed within the U.S. military to allegedly handle extraterrestrial affairs such as
abductions or contact through telepathy or remote viewing, and to hold simulated
extraterrestrial “drills” using holographic technology. First Earth Battalion eventually
became the Jedi Project. All of these secretive psy-op groups are, or were, well skilled

in spreading information and disinformation about the occult, the Heaven’s Gate cult,
the attacks of 9/11, remote viewing and UFO’s.

Lee Johnson was a member of a Utah rock group called Dharma Combat. He was
a Heaven’s Gate away team member and committed suicide with the cult members.
After his death the surviving members of the band released an EP that featured a
song called MESLIM written by Johnson. The song featured some odd lyrics about
a possible attempt by the U.S. government to stage an alien threat. What did he
know, and why did he and the 38 followers of Heaven’s Gate believe that there was an
alien spaceship following the Hale Bopp comet? Was all of this a test run for a mass
exercise?

Jacques Vallée wrote a book called “Messengers of Deception” where he revealed that
groups like Heaven’s Gate and the Raelians and events like the “alien autopsy” seemed
to be linked to military intelligence.

Allegedly, branches of the military are engaging in psychological warfare involving
false flag exercises. These include simulated extraterrestrial attacks. The frightening
part is that the military psy-ops groups are conducting these alien-based psychological
experiments to test the collective acceptance of a real alien landing. They are allegedly
faking occasional UFO reports and YouTube videos to gauge public reaction. They are
also allegedly taking real events shown on YouTube and creating a sense of confusion
by creating very sophisticated fakes that appear to be eyewitness documentation.

These fakes are used to discredit any and all anomalous events as hoaxes. The
mainstream media then takes the story and jokingly ridicules those who believe that
the event was out of the ordinary. This has been lost on many armchair skeptics who
believe that they know CGI when they see it. Of course there is CGI; your taxes paid for
the intelligence blackouts and disinformation. The psy-op begins and soon everything is
a hoax and evidence is overlooked in the race to debunk and not to decipher.

We begin to see a public consensus that has a whiff or a whim claim that any UFO
activity is always caused by Project Blue Beam or HARRP. We begin to see every UFO
video held to scrutiny because it is assumed by skeptics that people who see lights in
the sky are prone to delusions of alien contact. It is also assumed that if the skeptics
themselves can fake the evidence, it is almost certainly a hoax created by those who
claim to have authentic footage or documentation.

We are now witnessing the hijacking of information by maggot-like thought police.

This type of hijacking of information has created a form of neo-skepticism, in which
there is a group of true skeptics who have no knowledge of an external world, or of
infinite possibilities. Their whole lives are mired in doubt and contempt for anyone with

a belief in something that is beyond the norm. They are adamant in suppressing new
ideas and dismissing anything that does not fit into the consensus orthodoxy.

Real skepticism is based in asking questions and raising real doubts. The neo-skeptics
will not entertain infinite possibilities; they set out to debunk, destroy, ridicule and attack
anything that is abnormal or even paranormal. They make declarative statements about
motive behind any and all paranormal affairs.

They assume that people who have these experiences are out to create attention for
themselves and profit from accounts of their experiences. Questioning a neo-skeptic
will provoke attack, and your intelligence will be called into question.

The people who make it their business to serve as critical parents, such as Phil Plait,
James Randi and Michael Shermer, do nothing to cast doubt upon the consensus
reality or to challenge authority. Do these thought police ponder any mystery, do they
challenge it, or are they just waiting to attack it and dismiss it as folly? They claim to
employ reason, to come to sobering conclusion, and yet they are judgmental and delight
in attacking beliefs that challenge their so-called authority.

I was featured on Penn and Teller’s show, where I was told that they were skeptics. I
had respect for true skepticism; yet, for a solid hour, I was the subject of solid ridicule
and hostile language about positions that I have considered and presented as theory.
Neo-skeptics claim to be rational until one makes a claim or demonstrates a concept
that they can rip apart ferociously. They will accuse you of photoshopping that ghost,
or using CGI for that UFO sighting. Their tactics are suppressive. They have set back
any legitimate effort to find out the truth and establish factual evidence or conclusions
about these claims. I conclude that any evidence that runs counter to their beliefs, no
matter how convincing, will be dismissed and destroyed by the neo-skeptics in charge
of making sure we don’t consider possibilities outside the established version of reality.

I wish to demonstrate how neo-skeptics hijacked a paranormal UFO type of event and
in so doing have shut down the opportunity for reasonable analysis on a possible UFO
flap that may or may not have paranormal possibilities.

On the 26th and 27th of January, respectively, there were at least two UFO stories
buzzing around the internet. The first ,story began with speculation that the Army
facility at Dugway Proving Grounds in Utah was on lockdown for an unknown reason.
Coincidentally, during the lockdown, there were four videos posted to YouTube that
showed a UFO in the night sky over the region. These videos captured red lights
hovering above, releasing what appeared to be white balls of light. The white lights
were described as quite luminous and descending quickly. Two witnesses interviewed
on a local television station said that they were not believers in extraterrestrials, but
were still in awe of the event and wanted some answers. The other videos of the event

were taken by anonymous observers who did not come forward to admit they had shot
the videos.

Almost simultaneously, a UFO event similar to the one in Utah was recorded by two
men in Israel. According to reports the witnesses were standing on the Armon Hanatziv
Promenade, which is south of the old city of Jerusalem. The witnesses had been facing
north towards the Kidron valley some 20 minutes when they saw a ball of light appear
in the restricted air zone over the Dome of the Rock. The light seemed to be suspended
below a row of red lights that appeared to be in formation. The ball of light then dropped
to earth just above the Temple Mount and hovered. It began creeping slowly toward the
Garden of Gethsemane. There was a remarkable flash of light, immediately after which
the UFO zoomed into the sky towards the red lights and disappeared.

Both videos appeared to be shot with cell phones and were placed on YouTube. It
did not take long for the neo-skeptics focus upon debunking the videos in the name
of “science and critical thinking” by creating at least one fake video to supposedly prove
flaws in perspective and parallax. There was a demonstration of flutter movement that
was determined to be hoaxed, zooming characteristics that they claimed proved that
there was fakery involved, and “fake” video produced by the skeptics themselves that
was to stand as “proof” that the witnesses’ videos were falsified.

One of the most annoying and telling aspects of the whole “debunking” frenzy is that the
Utah footage was ignored. This footage that was captured there should be examined
and considered in the sequence of events. There was no discussion about how both
the incidents in Utah and Israel were virtually identical and that both incidents occurred
over world religious centers. The areas have historic religious significance for the main
monotheistic faiths, Christianity, Judaism and Islam. The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-Day Saints, or Mormons, are headquartered in Salt Lake City, and they also have
temples in Provo and American Fork.

If there were a conspiracy to produce false evidence, then it would have to be a mass
conspiracy between those unknown witnesses who recorded the incident in Utah, and
the six Israelis that were not afraid to show their faces recording the incident in two
separate geographic locations. None of the skeptics have included the Utah footage,
perhaps because that would put a wrench in the process, destroying their hastily
assembled theories and making it necessary for them to do some real research, cross-
verification, and explanation.

It would be refreshing to see explanations that don’t suggest a dismissive and
ill-informed agenda. True skepticism is about critical thinking, not agendas and
speculations.

It was like watching a poetic train wreck to see the rush to prove that there was some

sort of hoax taking place even though the videos were allegedly produced by different
sources in two different areas of Israel. There were also incredibly weak explanations
as to why these videos were hoaxes.

One was that the so called orb UFO had to have been 15 feet wide, which, according
to Benjamin Radford, would render it impossible for extraterrestrials to occupy it, or, in
his words, that it was “awfully small for a spacecraft that presumably made it across the
universe for its camera cameo.” Radford also goes on to say that the footage must be a
hoax because there were no police investigations into the sightings in Israel

I an unaware at this time of police investigations of the incident in Utah, but both the
Utah incident and Israeli incidents were on the local news. Radford continues to go on
about the fake video produced by the skeptics, saying it is definitely faked. I agree with
him about this, but it seems akin to saying that the man playing Santa Claus at Macy’s
is not the real Santa, while at the same time saying that there is no real Santa. This
attempt to pass off faulty logic is quite insulting to any intellectual debate.

Radford also states:

“If you were one of the first people in the world to capture some of the most amazing
video footage of a UFO taken in the past decade, why would you post it anonymously
on YouTube instead of either submitting it to professional analysis, or making money by
selling it to CNN or MSNBC?”

It is because YouTube is immediate. People who capture UFOS on video want to avoid
being on mainstream TV because they have to deal with inane statements like those
and authorities like James Randi, Phil Plait, James Oberg and Michael Shermer who
love to pin down people who really don’t know what they have seen and want answers.
It is because a lot of people are curious and don’t want to be associated with UFO’s or
conspiracies or even neo-skeptics.

It is also interesting that according to chief skeptics the footage in Israel was fake
because there had to have been a huge amount of witnesses that had to have seen
something and come forward because the dome of the rock is a Tourist attraction and
certainly there a lot people there at the time. Well according to the Dome of the Rock
website the worst times to tour the area is during Shabbat, Muslim holidays, Fridays, or
after 3pm when the Dome of the Rock is closed.

So let’s see the footage of the UFO was taken at 1:00AM on Friday, during Shabbat.
I am looking at my watch and I am trying to figure out if 1:00 AM is before or after
3:00PM.

Isn’t this skepticism impressive? If the UFO over Jerusalem is almost certainly a fake
then it was proven to be a hoax by the most persuasive morons on the planet.

Watching the blitzkrieg of hoax and fake claims was exhausting because those who
created their explanations for possible fraud would not allow rebuttal. This proved to

me that there was an agenda to debunk this video for some reason. It also showed
quite extensively the flaw in the ability for the neo-skeptic to review any and all evidence
produced. They assumed outrageous claims and created ludicrous and dismissive
opinions without even considering that their assumptions were false.

What I do on my radio show is admittedly speculation based on stories of belief and
faith. I challenge it always, listen and consider these beliefs because they are what fuel
the decisions of leaders, governments, religions and the people they influence.

The UFO incidents in Utah and Israel should not be written off as fake because of
dismissive speculation. There should be some consideration for belief that extends
beyond that of western interpretations of anomalous events.

We in the United States believe that the entire world sees events such as these the
same way. It is logical to assume that a light above a holy shrine may look like an
extraterrestrial aircraft to the western world but to Muslim, Jew or even a fundamentalist
Christian these events can be interpreted as fulfillment of some prophecy or even
evidence of some biblical truth.

These types of symbols and signs can be used by the elite to control the people or at
least point them in the direction of a future that they want to approximate and control. It
does not matter of the debunkers attempt to debunk it is the seed that is planted. The
though and idea has made an indelible mark on the unconscious mind. How it interprets
it is based in belief and which archetypes we find ourselves embracing.

No skeptic can change that.

As philosopher Jean Baudrillard has illustrated in several of his books the real will no
longer have to be reproduced because the simulation will suffice.

So let’s assume for the sake of fairness that the skeptics are correct and the whole
affair of the strange light above the Dome of the Rock was indeed a hoax. It will not
matter at all because of what the holy shrine represents and what a light above it says
to the unconscious.

The Dome of the Rock is said to have been the location of Solomon’s Temple. The first
temple was built there and was destroyed by the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar II
during the siege of Jerusalem. It is also a place where Muhammad flew on the winged
horse Buraq from Mecca to Jerusalem while accompanied by the Archangel Gabriel.
He landed on the Temple Mount. During the 12th century it was a haven for the Knights
Templar. Many have speculated that the Ark of the Covenant is buried there that it is
where Abraham was going to sacrifice Isaac and the place where Jesus was judged by
Pontius Pilate.

What does a holy light say to a faithful Christian awaiting the Second Coming or a

Muslim who is awaiting the arrival of the Mahdi, a messianic return of a God who will
rule from Jerusalem?

These symbols and signs are important to them whether they are hoaxed or not.

Yitzhaq Hayutman is a cybernetics specialist that was featured in WIRED Magazine
in 2004. He carried with him data that when put into a computer would be able to
generate holographic imagery. He wanted to use the imagery to nudge the world into
the apocalypse using the very same technology spoken of in the Project Blue Beam
theory by Monast.

Hayutaman felt that he could summon the Messiah to arrive at the Dome of the Rock.
Using lasers, a blimp and some computer technology. He claims that he is able to
project a large throne in the sky to simulate the throne of God. He also believes that this
device can be used for peace. He believes his technology can “engineer” an apocalypse
and unite the people for good.

He chose the Dome of the Rock because it is a shrine dedicated to all three of the major
monotheistic faiths.

According to the Defense Technical Information Center The United States military
has a patent Numbered ADA33849 listed as a 3D holographic display that is used
with Strontium Barium Niobate. A compound that Is aerosolized. It is created by
Army Research laboratories as a new and innovative technique for generating a
three dimensional holographic displays that can be viewed in real time over a wide
perspective or field of view.

The holographic image is free from system-induced aberrations and has a uniform, high
quality over the entire FOV. The enhanced image quality results from using a phase
conjugate a red or Blue Beam generated from a second photorefractive crystal acting as
a double pumped phase conjugate mirror (DPPCM). Multiple three dimensional images
have been stored in the crystal via wavelength multiplexing

So we really don’t need CGI to fake the whole religious experience or the alien
experience. Anymore, we really don’t have to produce all that much evidence to stir the
crowds that believe or reject the idea of a miracle intervention. Using holograms and
aerosolized clouds we can produce the equivalent of the “holy bat signal” that everyone
can see from Utah to Jerusalem.

While Operation Blue Beam is supposed to be a universal hoax affecting all religions it
seems that most of the theories behind the very real technologies are based in Christian
paranoia. All the other faiths probably don’t know that the technologies exist.

Serge Monast has said that the project will be used to falsify “God’s” word. It won’t

matter whose word is falsified, the simulation will become the reality and will win in this
strange paranormal game of Rock, paper Scissors. As Jean Baudrillard had written in
his book Simulacra and Simulation, “The simulacrum is never that which conceals the
truth–it is the truth which conceals that there is none. The simulacrum is true.”

For example, I have a cell phone that has an old fashioned ring on it. There are no bells
in the phone just a recording of an old telephone ring. I respond to it the same way and
I don’t even think or care that the bells ringing are not really bells and they are not really
ringing. It is a simulation. If we look up in the sky and see God or some light in the sky
that resonates as divine or unique, or if we see it as threat in the heat of the moment are
we going to stop and yell FAKE?

I would assume that the answer is no. .

The internet has given a stage for people to sit in the comforts of their own homes and
explain away everything to meet their own beliefs and keep them in their comfort zone.

Mankind has been seeded with the idea that his culture and his religious philosophies
come from enlightened beings from heaven. The fusing together of science and religion
will give mankind a new way to look at the world. Man is set to begin the next step in
his evolution and this may be linked to a better understanding of what lies outside the
confines of his own planet. There is however a great number of people who will attempt
to begin the Eschaton or the end times by using whatever means necessary to mold
the world to their liking.

I can only be fair and honest when I say that what happened in Israel and Utah can
have a logical explanation outside the realms of “divine” or “alien.”

I know full well that with new technology leaders, scientists of the world can stage or
fake a supernatural, messianic event. They are capable of convincing you of a godlike
arrival from heaven.

They can create an extraterrestrial landing, a UFO apocalypse and plant a story, to
develop new religious movements. Brainwash scores of individuals in believing in
worlds and places where these aliens live. They only need smoke and mirrors to make
this happen and an entire world will confess and bow before an image the controllers
have created. However there is the other side of the story. Perhaps to our own
surprise the faking of such events may just trigger the real thing.

The new themes in Science fiction create a viral philosophy that it is useless to resist
central, establishment control.

It tends to posit a counter-cultural alternative to such control which is actually a
counterfeit, covertly emanating from the establishment itself. It is quite literally, heroes

creating Villains to glorify themselves. Plots also plant thoughts that environmental
catastrophe is as unavoidable as entropy and that extinction will be our evolution and
that it is inevitable. Then after all is said and done The “old gods” will return to inhabit
the planet because it is our stellar scientific destiny.

In 1978 Time Magazine published a report that predicted that Contemporary
Protestant and Roman Catholic ‘theologians’–who have become accustomed
to follow wherever ‘science’ seems to be leading – speculate in turn in the new
realm of ‘exotheology’ (the ‘theology of outer space’) concerning what nature
the ‘extraterrestrial’ races might have. It can hardly be denied that the myth behind
science fiction has a powerful fascination even among many learned men of our day.

Furthermore, long before TIME Magazine analyzed predictive programming and
religion, the respected psychoanalyst, Karl Jung pointed out many years ago that we
had lost the ability to believe in salvation through a deity. It would not be too far of
a stretch to compare the UFO/Alien/Abduction phenomenon as a modern religious
experience. Even if you don’t believe that reports of UFO abduction are true, religious
studies are now evolving and within a generation you will probably see the acceptance
of an Exotheological environmentally friendly Christ and an even more expanding
Exotheological religious movement that uses Environmental concerns as the Chief
cornerstone of faith. This will include faith in the planet, faith in the universal whole and
faith in an Exotheological dogma which includes Alien beings.

After all of the exhausting buzz surrounding the UFO seen over the Dome of the Rock
a story was reported in the Jerusalem post that sends the imagination into overdrive. It
was reported that a two week old baby was found abandoned at the Holy shrine.

The baby appeared to be in good health when police arrived upon the scene, and he
has been put in the care of social services. Police have begun an investigation into
the identity and whereabouts of the baby’s parents. This like many other stories will
disappear into history; however it is interpreted will be based on what beliefs that we
individually embrace.

Because like beauty, that which is paranormal is in the eyes of the beholder.

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