January 10, 2010

The Ernie Kellerstrauss UFO and MJ12 Drama


wpafbHave you heard of the Kellerstrauss UFO story yet? When most people think of the MJ12 documents, they think of Bill Moore, Jamie Shandera, Rick Doty and the other characters circulated throughout the Internet in the form of Ufology urban legends and of course the Aviary mythology. Surprisingly, despite countless examples revealing why the documents are fraudulent – one example Steve described in detail in an earlier article on the Truman signature, the MJ-12 cult led by Dr. Robert Wood and Ryan Wood forges ahead with their close minded and steadfast belief in the authenticity of the documents.

Where Does the Kellerstrauss UFO Connection Fit In?

So you might be wondering about Ernie Kellerstrass and the Kellerstrauss UFO link. Robert Collins was actually the first person to publicly name Ernie Kellerstrauss in his UFO book Exempt from Disclosure. So, the name is not yet high on the radar for many Ufologists, and the majority of researchers haven’t made many of the connections between what Collins allowed to slip out in his book, and the events that went on from the 1970s through today.

We first brought some of those connections to light in the RU article Bruce Maccabee Interviews Ernie “Hawk” Kellerstrass. In 2005, Maccabee released the content of a series of interviews that took place from 1985 through 1986 between himself and Ernie Kellerstrass. In those interviews, which took place before the public release of the MJ12 documents, Ernie described the following topics to Bruce.

(1) A secret book containing information about “EBE”, multiple alien races
(2) Early history from 10,000 years ago to the time of Christ
(3) Captured Alien Craft and Bodies/Prisoners
(4) Aliens as vegetarians
(5) Their star-system having a double-star, or double-sun.

Now, Ernie made reference to this information as coming from Dale Graff. At the time of the alleged Dale Graff/Ernie Kellerstrass conversations, 1979, Dale Graff was actively involved in a Top Secret government project that is now publicly revealed – the government’s remote viewing research. Ernie was Dale’s acting Supervisor at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. This is a strange coincidence considering the number of former remote viewing characters who became involved and events that took place after the 1985 Maccabee interview.

Regardless who came up with the information, Ernie or Dale, the fact is that Ernie publicly revealed this information almost the same exact year that shadowy characters started forcing the public distribution of the MJ12 documents upon the Ufology community.

Amazingly, the MJ12 documents contained the exact same topics that Ernie had previously discussed in his interview with Bruce Maccabee.

So What Does It All Mean?

Is there even any Ernie Kellerstrauss UFO connection to the government at all, or are these memes simply the fabrication of one or two delusional minds? Did they see things during their work on Top Secret projects that they misinterpreted and later analyzed as relating to Aliens? Or were the projects actually related to the study of aliens and UFO’s?

In another previous article, we mentioned how Ingo Swann once allegedly remote viewed a UFO (according to the old remote viewing urban legends). Could these fabricated documents have been related to similar RV sessions? Or were the MJ12 docs an attempt by a group of believers to extract a reaction from a government that they believed was covering up inside information relating to UFOs.

If anyone is familiar with the closing of Project Blue Book – there were a lot of angry folks that felt the project shut-down was premature and unwarranted. Were there enough angry individuals to form a new group that would go on the offensive against a government they believed was attempting to keep the truth from the public?

There are a few things that are now known for certain regarding the origins of the MJ12 documents, and the origins of the “Aviary” group in those initial years of the 1980s. We know that many of Ernie Kellerstrass’ UFO ideas, were part of a discussion of these matters between himself and Dale Graff in the late 1970s, long before the ideas ever went public. We also know that an initiative built up steam from the mid-1970s through the mid 1980s to mount some kind of operation either against Ufology, against the U.S. government, or both.

Furthermore, we know that this group, while they are dispersed throughout the country and each have different UFO/Alien beliefs of their own that extend beyond the Kellerstrauss UFO theories, and the members of that group still maintain their collective efforts to distribute this material, at least as late as 2005.

There are patterns and connections now floating throughout the public domain relating to the motives and activities of this group. Bob Collins book was an attempt by a believer to disclose the reality about Aliens and UFOs, however the true reality is that it served as a massive security breach in the secrecy and privacy this private group has enjoyed for many decades.



Filed under: Serpo,UFOlogy,Ufology History — Tags: , , , , — RyanDube @ 5:35 pm




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