May 10, 2010

Child Brides from Outer Space


A B-Feature Prime Time Retro-Special

 by

Colin Bennett

Part 1

Exopolitics, or the Thinking Ufologist’s Crumpet 

  

NOTE: In case anyone should think that the following article is a put-down of UFOs and Ufology, the author would like to say that he had a spectacular UFO sighting some years ago. As a direct result of that experience he lost some time. He therefore regards himself as a contactee in the twilight zones of le grande illusion. So there!

Crashed Flying Saucer


 

What is Exopolitics?

 

The Men

The Exopolitical movement is a radical sector of the Disclosure Movement in the United States. This movement aims to put pressure on the government to open secret files which will show that extraterrestrial aliens are here on planet Earth in great numbers. It assumes that we must therefore try to relate our own human society to such alien social structures in a deeply political way. But the movement doesn’t possess Professor Hawking’s caution as regards extraterrestrial aliens, see http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1268712/Stephen-Hawking-Aliens-living-massive-ships-invade-Earth.html

In contrast to Hawking’s careful evaluation and warning, Exopolitical people such as the bloggers Stephen Greer, Steve Hammond, Marcia McDowall, and Ed Komarek all claim that humanoid-looking aliens mix freely with human beings and exercise a degree of control over the affairs of humanity. Exopolitics claims also that the armed forces of the world and their associated State Intelligence sections are aware of the aliens, but apparently, human power-brokers must keep the presence of extraterrestrial creatures a secret in case of public panic. The movement also claims that the famed military-industrial complex is trying to re-engineer alien technology, but the trouble is (so they say) that most of the major principles are almost impossible to understand in terms of Earth science.

Exopolitics as a continually updated Web meme has had considerable success.

It has now quite outgrown somewhat earlier crude prototypal memes such as SERPO, Project Camelot, and the much more sophisticated Caret phenomenon (see my Feature  “Meme Wars: We Have an Agenda” in Reality Uncovered).

Most leading Exopoliticians such as Michael Salla and Alfred Webre claim that the first tentative steps have already been taken as regards contact between human beings and aliens.In April 7, 2005, Salla founded the Exopolitics Institute, based in Kealakekua, Hawaii. On June 4, 2006, Al Jazeera published an article discussing a letter Salla had sent them informing them about the possibility of alien intervention in order to prevent a nuclear attack on Iran by the United States of America. From June 9 – 11, 2006, he assembled and took part in the Hawaii Conference on World Peace and Extraterrestrial Civilizations. His current Exopolitical interests have led him to assert that the undisclosed presence of extraterrestrials is one of the primary forces behind international conflict. He further states that the claims of various “whistleblowers” (informants) suggest that as many as sixteen different extraterrestrial civilizations are currently interacting with the human race while a number of other extraterrestrial races monitor Earth affairs, although they avoid contact. Most of Salla’s claims are derived from individuals who say they have contacted extraterrestrials. That he does not state that he has met such himself has aroused much (mostly negative) debate in the UFO field. In conversation with the Washington Post, Salla pointed to evidence widely available on the internet as a source for his research on extraterrestrial visitation: “There’s a lot of stuff on the Internet, and I just went around and pieced it together.”

Alfred Webre helped draft the Exopolitical Citizen Hearing in 2000 with the rather more conservative and cautious Stephen Bassett and he serves as a member of the Board of Advisers at the Exopolitics Institute. He is also congressional coordinator for the Exopolitical Disclosure Project and International Director of the Institute for Cooperation in Space.

In 1977, he joined Stanford Research Institute (SRI International) in Menlo Park, California, as a futurist for the Center for the Study of Social Policy. His responsibilities were the studies in alternative futures, innovation diffusion, and social policy applications for clients including the Carter White House Extraterrestrial Communications Study, the National Science Foundation, U.S. Congress (Office of Technology Assessment), the U.S. Department of Energy, and the State of California (Energy Plan).

Whilst that may sound impressive it is best to take a cautionary look at Webre’s latest thoughts on:

http://www.examiner.com/x-2912-Seattle-Exopolitics-Examiner~y2010m4d12-Exopolitics-researcher-develops-evidencebased-typology-of-extraterrestrial-civilizations

The language is a straight take from the BBC TV comedy series “Yes Minister,” with a touch of Dr. Who:

“Recent whistleblower, direct witness and documentary evidence have led to the development of new typology of extraterrestrial civilizations.  The new typology establishes the following types for extraterrestrial civilizations and extraterrestrial governance bodies as concerns extraterrestrial law.  The new typology for extraterrestrial civilizations was developed by Exopolitics author and researcher Alfred Lambremont Webre, JD, MEd in response to a request by Oxford University Press, a department of the University of Oxford, U.K.The new evidence-based typological model divides extraterrestrial civilizations into (A) Extraterrestrial civilizations (3rd dimension), that is (1) Solar system civilizations (3rd dimension) based in the third dimension in our solar system, such as the intelligent human civilization living under the surface of Mars that reportedly enjoys a strategic relationship with the United States government; and (2) Deep space civilizations (3rd dimension), that is, intelligent extraterrestrial civilizations that are based in the third dimension and on a planet, solar system, or space station in our or another galaxy or in some other location in this known physical, third dimension universe. (B) Hyper-dimensional civilizations, that is intelligent civilizations that are based in dimensions or universes parallel or encompassing our own dimension and that may use technologically advanced physical form and/or transport when entering our known dimension or universe.  With regard to extraterrestrial law and governance, the new extraterrestrial civilizations typology identifies (C) Extraterrestrial governance authorities: Legally constituted extraterrestrial governance authorities with jurisdiction over a defined territory, such as the Milky Way Galactic Federation, which has been empirically located in replicable research.”

In the light of this, perhaps Webre should be booked immediately for a one-man show. Love the mock-authoritarian voice, the name-dropping, and the (obligatory) suggestion of connections to Intelligence Agencies. There follows the equally obligatory nudge-nudge about “secret” knowledge of ET daring-do. Anyone who knows anything about such Agencies knows that their sobriety and conservatism alone plus their extremely limited  gumshoe imagination (let alone their limited  finances) would prohibit them from having anything to do with foil-hat child-brides such as Webre, Basiago, or the Jerry Springer Ufologists and many others of that ilk, such as Bill “SERPO”  Ryan, who fled America leaving behind a pile of bad debts and whole tribes of ripped-off women wielding hot cattle-castrating irons.

I couldn’t find any mention of Webre on the Oxford University Press web site (as he claims). But perhaps that is to be expected. As a self-inflicted act of postmodern annihilation, Webre’s Web newspaper the “Seattle Politics Examiner” is a Dada composition updated to the Web Age. It should be read out loud to Schoenberg, or old Gerard Hoffnung’s Symphony for Vacuum Cleaners.We might ask, do these people ever come down from this cloud-cuckoo mountain top? If not, they are prime candidates for paranoia and heart attacks. Being vastly over-inspired, and seeing aliens everywhere, they are in need of depressants. Perhaps  they might do something ordinary for relief all round, like eating black pudding outside a rain-swept chip shop on an equally black evening in black Bolton, UK with one leaning street lamp for illumination and inspiration (I apologise for not knowing the U.S. equivalents here – perhaps someone might provide them).

Yes, Webre’s situation is one where a little applied depression could be positively therapeutic. Perhaps he should try a Parliamentary debate, or English cricket, but then aliens never appear within such marvellously prosaic scenarios. They always are seen in glamorous sexy high-tech contexts. The alien equivalents to debt collectors or cobblers are not seen. Aliens are always pure, powerful, and all-knowing. They do not wipe their noses on their sleeve, or steal the wallets or wives of other aliens, and they always appear to be marvellously clever. No alien sweeps the streets, falls into despair or fails in ambition or in love. Also there are no alien equivalents to British political brains, most of which resemble empty Tammany Hall broom cupboards.

What is missing therefore in Webre’s alien cosmos is love and laughter, and the absurdity of human-style anarchy of cock-ups throughout the entire field of consciousness. Exopolitical aliens are far too efficient, all-knowing, and intellectually specific (in translation!!) to be “real,” but then perhaps “reality” in the old commonly accepted mechanical sense is beside the point.


THE BLOGGERS

The blogger Victor Martinez is a kind of no-holds-barred amplifier for all the amazing streams of twisted Exopolitical consciousness. One imagines that in theory he could be given anything that could possibly be imagined, including winged horses, fairies seen in space stations or one of David Icke’s lizard-skinned aliens, and he transmit these enthusiastically (in headline fashion) as “real” existences and common experiences. This is the supreme expression of Exopolitics as art form in that art form indeed does express truth, but moral truth as distinct from mechanical truth as claimed by Exopoliticians.

Martinez is said to be a former federal employee “with an interest in space, defense and current affairs.” Recipients of his e-mail news items include a wide variety of people interested in “emerging and leading-edge scientific developments.” Well, for “scientific developments” try this for size: a summary of the recent transmissions by blogger Gary Bekkum, whose book “Spies, Lies, and Polygraph Tape” supplies the Full Monty of Exopolitical legend: black ops, mysterious government agents, alien daring-do, secret government technology and stories of aliens in the White House. Bekkum, along with Martinez, is largely responsible for the recent revival of the SERPO movement. This takes the form of a Web-born equivalent to the kiddies’ boxed board-games of long ago, such as pass-the-parcel. The moves in the game include “secret knowledge,” information from “anonymous sources” and “nudge-nudge I am in touch with insiders in the government Intelligence services.”

Of course, anyone who knows anything at all about the blessed Intelligence services knows that as far as serious operational work is concerned, they would not go near such foil-hat freaks with the proverbial barge-pole. However, certainly  the more “enlightened” branches of Intelligence may use such for dark purposes of their own. Certainly movements such as Exopolitics are fed by various branches of the “security services” as if the foil-hats were packs of hungry puppies. The reason for this is that such “Intelligence agencies” are interested in the political and military aspects of the possibilities of mythological engineering. They insert a fractal, kick start it, and see what speeding hares come out of the bag. They will insert “false agenda” and “false flag” designer-memes http://alienfalseflagagenda.net/ and fit the ebb and flow of such into new “intelligent” prototypal systems of social control. This is now a well-known military direction: already the Pentagon is seeing future warfare as being essentially a battle using information-weaponry rather than a thing involving tanks and guns, aircraft and ships. Whole countries could be shut down by levels of deception involving various types of evolving technology, including mass-media technology. Such deception might indeed include rigged “alien” Exopolitical-type invasion scenarios, complete with convincing physical displays. Thus Exopolitics could well be a manipulated howl-round of well-designed confusions.

If an “enemy” is confused he is setting himself up for rapid and final destruction.

Thus Kipling’s “great game” is changing from a Sherlock Holmes and John Le Carre world into areas inconceivable by such older Intelligence systems as described by such authors. By comparison, such horse soldiers are now faced by systems which think at tank speed.

In this sense, undoubtedly modern Pop, Rock, and Art Forms generally are become involved in vast systems of comparatively bloodless persuasion.

In this area, as designer-led Exopolitical art form, Martinez offers verbal equivalents to ancient B-Feature posters where handsome muscular men rescue beautiful women in torn dresses from tentacle-waving Martians.

Here is a recent offering from Martinez. Believe this, and you will believe anything.

http://naturalplane.blogspot.com/2010/04/serpo-release-34-operation-tango-sierra.html

“The DIA contact reportedly provided information about the monitoring and intervention by U.S. officials regarding a particular extraterrestrial being posing as a human within the U.S. The contact also noted the more general issue of extraterrestrials visiting Earth who may blend in with the human population, for various reasons. the contact stated, “In reference to your repeated requests to present some new information never before disclosed to the public … I went outside of our agency to close intelligence contacts of mine and secured the following … I just received information on a highly sensitive operation code-named ‘Operation TANGO-SIERRA’ that occurred in early 1980. It involved U.S. intelligence capturing an alien being living among us.”


The Women

Laura Eisenhower, radical New-Ager, has recently joined Webre’s Exopolitical group. She has a guru, one Ki’ Lia. Like most Exopolitical web sites, a mere glance at Ki Lai’s web site does not inspire rational confidence. Ki Lai’s guru in turn is one Sergeant Clifford Stone, a “whistle blowing” SERPO Warrior Number 1 if ever there was. This pair chase one another’s metaphysical tails and create a miniature masterpiece based on overlapping metaphors until a reader is quite breathless, drunk with stories  drawn from the four corners of belief:

“Ki’ Lia, who has worked as an accomplished innovative and multidisciplinary design consultant with many renowned pioneers, corroborates the background of how Ms. Eisenhower was targeted as a subject by a shadowy group behind the secret Mars colony, using time travel and exotic targeting techniques.”

 The whole Exopolitical thing is about management of the high frontier of metaphor. Everything is heightened, as in a commercial break for mint popcorn. There are no dogs sick in kitchens, no spilt chip-pans, and no urgent demands from debt collectors.

Ki’ Lia states:

“After years of friendship, in the spring of 2006 in Washington DC, I met Laura Eisenhower and her new romantic partner, who I will call Agent X.”

 Agent X? Outside a gay club, who would want a boy friend called Agent X?  Sounds like something from a Lady Ga-Ga video. But these people are suckers for subliminal embarrassment:

“He claimed to know himself as Joseph of Arimathea/Osiris/Orion and affiliated with different, interlinked secret societies, e.g, Knights Templar and Freemasons.  He and Laura quickly formed an intimate relationship, and I helped conduct a ‘Divine Union’ rites of passage for them.”

 What a load of transcendental occult responsibilities! Do they ever get time to fry a sausage, or ask themselves whether Agent X is really an unemployed down-at-heel lift attendant on the make from downtown Detroit? Let’s hope Laura didn’t give this risky geezer any money as he shoots one of the best chat-up lines ever conceived:

“Agent X revealed that his group had identified [Laura Eisenhower] through her bloodline, as the matrilineal great-granddaughter of 34th U.S. President Eisenhower.”

 The so-called “revelation” just happens to be part of world-wide history and Laura’s relation to President Eisenhower is a “fact” witnessed by scores of books. As if inspired by this quite remarkable discovery, the pudding is quickly over-egged, as in fear of lack of metaphor. In this blog, we change planetary cultures as quickly as we change trains on a breathtaking journey. We go from Mayan prophecies to seeing Laura

“…as a unique reincarnation of Magdalene/Sophia/Isis (ever since she was young, many psychics have recognized her). He also said his group was interested in her twin sons, who they knew as Romulus and Remus (founders of Rome)”

 Of course! Who else?

Just as there appears to be no extraterrestrial alien sewage workers, in these psychic tales no alien impoverished psychopathic cats-meat men ever appear. I mean imagine, after having paid a lot of money, a customer is told that their astral body progressed through to a 3000-year-old gang of mentally degenerate loin-clothed Dhobi Wallahs on the banks of the Ganges?  It was Sam Johnson who once remarked of the 7th Earl of Shaftesbury: “He never dined but with an Earl.”

Meantime, Agent X soon turns out to be someone you wouldn’t trust daughter with, never mind your wallet. Ki’ Lia writes:

“They (the group around Agent X) had a list of male partners, who she (Laura) could be with in possible timelines, and he (Agent X) was one of them. They targeted her (especially her heart) and these men through electromagnetic or psychic weaponry, and indeed many men tried to destroy her throughout her life.”

 Laura appears to have a penchant for basket-case boyfriends. Why can’t she get a decent Jewish Lawyer and be done with it?

Meantime, the problems multiply. This crowd doesn’t talk about what was on the telly last night.

“Agent X admitted that he (as well as his parents) was implanted with a chip and had a multiple personality disorder…”

 This is just what Laura needs for washing the dishes and shopping as Agent X morphs into a regular Screwball Messmate of the Month:

“…which involves very sudden robotic and abusive behaviors. This is the typical profile of someone who was subjected to well-documented MK-ULTRA experiments and multi-generational occult ritual abuse.”

 This sudden update is of course derived from retail Ufology, B-feature films, and much Web conspiratorial intrigue. Ki’ Lia concludes with sounding brass and tinkling cymbals:

“Their data about Laura and her partners were seemingly gathered through a time viewing device (which they had called ‘Looking Glass’ or ‘Orion’s Cube’ or possibly through remote viewing or even time travel – all part of their cadre of top classified technologies (already disclosed in increasing black projects literature).”

 We might ask, where is Agent X now? With dyed hair, new teeth and some purloined clothes, just like Bill “SERPO” Ryan, he is probably chatting up gullible Jewish Princesses in Manhattan and spinning them UFO contact and abduction stories by the tumbrel load.

Here in this vast spectrum of New Age ideas and beliefs are the new fairy stories of our own Age. But the difference with Exopolitics is that such are claimed as being within that dimension of Prime Time called  the “real.” What would we say if someone suggested that traditional fairy stories as gathered and written up by Hans Anderson and the Brother Grimm were description of so-called “real” experiences? In Exopolitical lore, Cinderella “actually” went to the Ball, and had two Ugly Sisters.

These are the full equivalent to debates about the “actual” colour of Cinderella’s shoes and the questions are equivalent to asking “exactly” which ball Cinderella went to. Thus in Exopolitical lore, rationalism in turn is transformed into a programmable form of pantomime virtuality in which discursive reasoning becomes in turn yet another gaming option.

We can laugh, but in a sense these texts are far superior to many “scientific” documents of our time written in corporate-manager tank track prose by men from the earnest lower middle class with rows of pens in their top pockets. Conservative-paranoid and scraped of all life and imagination, most “scientific” books read like instructions on back of a pack of corn plasters. In contrast, most Exopolitical texts, when considered purely as texts, are of considerable psycho-social value in that they show important features of the psychology of image formation within the development of story technology as it seeks new kinds of power.


The Theory

 We see then that Salla’s “lot of stuff” has become a vast mythological world stretching out quite equal to that of the big war-gaming software. From being a foil-hat Jerry Springer type small Ufological movement, such as Project Camelot, , Exopolitics, like its parallel movement Scientology, has now the full attention of important and influential folk, though the faces of “scientists” (being equally managers of other rival mythologies) have yet to appear.

What makes Exopolitics different of course compared to any other similar movement in this respect is its claim for the “reality” of the extraterrestrial experience. In this respect it has no problem with what it assumes to be the sheer number of space ships and aliens which are visiting Earth, although very few people see such beings or Armadas. In this sense, Exopolitics is the direct opposite of movements which assert Holocaust Denial or denial of the original Moon Landing. Exopolitics claims existence of certain things whilst the denial movements deny existence of certain things. The psychological asymmetry here represents the differential potentials of those positive and negative forces which drive all imaginative creativity.

As a movement, Exopolitics doesn’t really fit anywhere in history except in those rare cases of religious hysteria such as the Crusades, although it might have fitted various hole-in-a-corner cultures such as witchcraft, occultism, whirling dervishes, or even Morris Dancing. It would certainly have fitted 19th Century spiritualist movements, as most of the Exopolitical alien “contacts” and indeed space ships are as vaporous as the ectoplasmic ghosts seen by Conan Doyle and Baron von Schrenck-Notzing.

In this respect, the Exopolitical movement has to be set in the context of the apocalyptic fears and doubts of a mass-media society in crisis. The populations of the entire world are now mind-fed and controlled by a limitless stream of images, symbols and metaphors, some basic and crude, others inspired obviously by such films as the Matrix, Avatar, and Close Encounters.

Exopolitics, like many other things of a like nature, has now found a role which has given it popular power far behind 19th century movements of a similar nature.


Soap Opera

The middle classes have always lacked a good soap opera. The popular TV models have always been strictly for the sheeple, with their dumbed-down content, and simple-minded cartoon-sketches rolled out for the hoi polloi mentality and its strange appetite for countless billions of toxic images per second. The US series Frazier and Rosanne were good tries at comic subtlety, but they are from an Age now so long gone we look at them as we gaze upon Hadrian’s Wall.

Exopolitics gives the Web-powered middle classes all they ever wanted. The peasantry won’t understand Exopolitics, and the trendy Intellectuals, utterly self-isolated from any kind of “scientific” knowledge, are not bright enough for it. The ever-frightened scientists will stay away in droves and Exopolitics is far too technological for camp media folk, and far too weird and difficult for conventional “arts” folk. In the face of the claims of Exopolitics, all priests will raise their hands in horror, the sane will flee to put their heads back into their little boxes, and “scientific” Ufologists (rather like Darwinian professors scanning leaf mould with magnifying glasses) will scream for the “facts” of the Exopolitical situation to be carefully “investigated,” thoroughly  “researched,” and “put into a proper perspective.”

Like most scientists, these people are so far behind the Big Media Age they haven’t even reached the TV Age yet, never mind the cyber culture. Exopolitics as Media in the Raw, Lady GaGa, beats all Cartesian measurement.

Like the U.S. TV series “Twin Peaks,” the UK TV series, “The League of Gentlemen,” or the delightful and edifying fantasies of “factual” or “scientific” Ufology, Exopolitics fulfils therefore all the conditions of an elitist Media form. It is now feeling its strength and has quite taken over common-or-garden Old Ufology, strangling it rather like a proliferating pond-weed. Why, says Exopolitics, spend  a whole lifetime compiling merely lists of case-histories and searching for possibly non-existent alien artefacts when an alien (of a particular species) is possibly managing the big scientific corporation across high street? “Scientific” here is the word – aliens don’t appear to be interested in anything mundane or local, such as beer festivals, sex scandals of politicians, the National Lottery, or making matchbox models of Wigan Pier. They must be very boring, and they don’t make jokes about Michael Jackson’s sexuality, or Obama’s birth certificate.


Ufology as Art Form

There are UFOs and there is Ufology.

Exopolitics  represents a post-modern meme-based prototypal entertainment system. Facts and fictions do not relate to such virtual superliminal constructs as SERPO and Project Camelot, any more than they relate to the Yellow Brick Road of OZ or Bob Hope’s Road to Morocco. If anything good could be said about them, it is that they represent cerebral Pop Art of a very high standard. This is a relatively new genre of highly wrought modern social comedy: it was born between the burgeoning games systems of web virtuality, and got caught between cyber culture, science fiction hallucinations, and countless elitist conspiracies of many a kidney. Having said that, I accept that Exopolitics is an authentic form of post-modern expression, and I rank it with Thunderbirds, Mission Impossible and the UK Dr. Who.

In that it contains techno and futurist elements Exopolitics is far superior to broad-ass TV sitcoms. Once one accepts Exopolitical culture as a form of multimedia expressionism, it becomes interesting in itself. Most of these Exopolitical people are well educated, highly intelligent, powerfully motivated, quite different to the usual Pippin-style foil-hat Okies from Muskokie. That they are all most probably quite sane is an interesting psychological mystery in itself. That they do not turn into script writers is another mystery. Conventional media may be too small and conventional a form of expression.

Like the aliens of Dr. Boylan, Exopolitical  aliens are always engaged in Flash-Gordon daring-do adventures against various Men In Black cabals. Such  do not appear near gasworks or sewage treatment farms. They always appear in glamorous hi-tech inspirational backgrounds and their environment appears to be constructed of the techno world of image, symbol and metaphor rather than good alien flesh.

Undoubtedly Exopolitics is Ufology at its best as post-modern Art Form. Warhol would have loved these sculpted multimedia manifestations and their do-anything say-anything claims for human habitations on Mars and Aliens in the White House.

Exopolitics also has the purely erotic nature of instant throw-away consumerism. Let’s face it – Exopolitics gives  give good intellectual sex. It represents the thinking person’s Lady GaGa in the manner (in Britain) that “arts” TV woman Joan Bakewell once was said to represent “the thinking man’s crumpet.”

Asking Exopoliticians for “evidence” of their claims and belief is rather asking Alf the Alien or Yogi Bear what kind of ice-cream they like. “Fact” in the strictest sense cannot be applied to Big Media. The liminal memes which make up the body of  Exopolitics just don’t work that way; they are performers in a comic metaphysical drama. Exopolitics is pure theatre, and damn good theatre it is, too, We must remember that in our burgeoning Global Village there is no such thing as Cartesian distance. The Global Village is a quantum plasma. It works any way which way.

Their blogs and emails alone make up one of the best English-language social comedies since Sheridan or Jonson, and it all is designed to get inextricably mixed with “real politics.” Take a look at this unblushing prose from Webre:

“A very real exercise in comparative exopolitics has come about simultaneously, (and perhaps sychronistically) in a Russian Federation and in the United States.  Exopolitics in a Russian state Duma have brought Russian President Dmitry Medvedev face to face with the same set of exopolitical issues addressed by the August 2010 ballot initiative for an Extraterrestrial Affairs commission in Denver, Colorado.

Liberal Democrat Party representative and state Duma deputy Andrei Lebedev “fears that extraterrestrials may have compromised Russia’s official secrets.  After hearing a TV interview in which the President of the Kalmyk Republic, Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, spoke of his meeting with an alien spaceship, Lebedev called for instant action,” according to news reports in Russia.

President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov’s close encounter took place on Sep. 18, 1997, and Ilyumzhinov recalled it in a recent interview with TV presenter Vladimir Pozner. He stated that others “might be skeptical, but added: ‘I believe I communicated with them, I saw them. I probably would not have believed it, but there were three witnesses: my driver, the Minister and my assistant.’”  ABC News reports, “Kirsan Ilyumzhinov was at home in his Moscow apartment when they came in and abducted him, taking him to their space ship where they communicated with him telepathically.”

Following President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov’s revelation of his meeting with extraterrestrials, “state Duma deputy Andrei Lebedev concluded that Ilyumzhinov had something to hide, and warned that ‘sensitive information’ could have been passed to the interplanetary guests.”

Seattle Exopolitics Examiner

http://www.examiner.com/x-2912-Seattle-Exopolitics-Examiner


All good fun we say, but it often results in people taking things a bit too earnestly. Here is a quote from a private email:

A note about the aliens I know and I promise to try and contain myself when I reference these bastards.

I do not speak for other abductees and I do not speak about other alien beings visiting this planet of which there are apparently many. I speak of the SOBs that come to my house and remove me from my bed, whoever they may be.

Bobby says they look like: http://www.ufoconspiracy.com/reports/three_second_eben.htm

Anything and everything any of these aliens I know ever conveyed to me is a lie, flat out lie. At the time I did not realize they were telling me lies but upon returning home and finding out what happened to me I find once again they lied to me. What these bastards do to humans is a violation of our human rights. Our physical body is nothing more than to experiment with which makes one quickly realize we humans are no more than laboratory animals. My handlers occasionally take me, do their experiments and return me to bed and I’m not supposed to not know the difference. I thought I had a horrible dream until I find blood on the sheets where bone marrow was removed or more tissue samples were taken, or more blood extracted.  And then I occasionally wake up screaming in pain, often very severe pain from yet another procedure. I have woken many times screaming in pain once I was returned to bed. I have scared the hell out of my wife several times when I woke and screamed because the pain was so severe but I could do nothing else but scream until the pain subsided.”


Exopolitics is now at a stage in the Web Petri dish where it is about to mutate and transform itself into an imitation toy political system. This relating to whole new systems of experience which relate minimally to the politics and economics of the old industrial world once called the “real” world.

We have therefore a new form of political control whose existential base does not relate to objective facts and evidence any more than it relates to the horse-drawn carriage, or Gladstone’s Third Administration.

Here we have a completely new stage of story technology (see my feature for UFO magazine “Did a Fishmonger Do It?”).


Media Fission: The Alice Fractal

All cultures are advertising systems. Exopolitics is no exception. By and large, Exopolitics helps to manage and develop the core stories of our time. These stories are grouped around what might be called Domains. Examples of Domains include the Military Industrial Complex, the Pentagon, Area 51, NASA, and we may include Hollywood. All these Domains secrete hive-mythology. In their developed form they are the ultimate version of Kafka’s castle as a Central Mythological Control ant hill full of deceptions, intrigues and cover-ups within the general alien conspiratorial mysterium.

The most minor NASA report has only to mention the word “space” in some slightly different experimental context, and swarms of mythological theorists flock like gone-mad hive-bees even to a fragmentary and slightly ambiguous sentence containing the word. This is because they have been told (through countless films alone) that “space” is where aliens come from. As in the Garry McKinnon case, countless bloggers try to squeeze a thousand interpretations from a simple sentence mentioning “space officers” (most probably meaning astronauts). This is indeed a kind of imaginary affliction rather like the legendary Morgellons’ Disease. There are now thousands of people who form their entire lives around these virtual Exopolitical constructs just as a mass TV audience forms lives around the characters in popular soap operas and make the characters so alive within themselves that they live with them as fully-formed avatars. There is now a whole thriving psychiatric practice formed to de-programme Exopolitical-type belief casualties. Gone-mad TV aficionados have had the same facilities available to them for some time.

These affectations of consumer-led junk culture such as Exopolitics we have seen previously, from sniffing glue to Bingo mania. In a harsh environment where for spiritual uplift there is nothing but political corruption and badly decayed religion, people understandably crave mind-sugar for uplift of any kind. From mind-drugs such as Exopolitics to heroin and speed, people long for a world other than the one they live in, which has no transcendental elements.

Conventional media (by now looking pretty old-fashioned compared to Web media) cannot supply such exotic drugs as Exopolitics. Though comparatively young, Exopolitics can supply greater inspiration if only because it is young in spirit and appeals to a new generation tired of standard TV formulas. By pure manipulated suggestion an Exopolitical audience is willingly drugged into new image dimensions and made almost starving for UFO “disclosure.” One has the impression that as with TV again, many would be quite ill without such liminal food being forced into their mental veins hour after hour with ever-increasing frequency.

There are of course some big differences between Exopolitics and TV.

In contrast to Exopolitics, TV viewers don’t have to search for “evidence” of their avatars. Countless numbers are there to be seen every night. Exopolitical “viewers” on the other hand have to search for the claimed “aliens” who do not have a common and easily accessible form. This is much more exciting than being served on a platter with predictable dumbed-down formulas. This gives Exopolitics a cerebral element almost totally lacking from TV, which is essentially a non-cerebral system. Whilst one of the few similarities is that both are addictive and both are consumer agendas, Exopolitics, unlike TV, does not praise its audience; it challenges them in the manner of a scrabble game or crossword puzzle.

Whilst TV is physically attractive and allows instant access to limitless full-focus colour images, Exopolitical images of aliens (where there are any at all) are dark and obscure. Both image types as styles, whether clear or unreadable, are suggestion-arrays operating different types of mass-persuasion schema. Both offer the illusion of freedom of choice. Yet viewers of Exopolitics (yes, we can call them that) are, like the TV audience, at the mercy of much interweaving and overlapping image-control software mounted by many rapidly-evolving and different technologies.

Another very important difference between Exopolitics and TV is that the former offers “reality,” whilst TV has no claims in that direction, except for so-called “reality” shows which are intended as jokes. In this sense here is another important difference: TV offers life-saving humour, whilst Exopolitics  offers no such thing; the aliens are conceived of as very boring and humourless with boy-scout New Age agendas enough to make an old hippy weep. Rather than aliens attacking us in the manner suggested by Hawking, the option of aliens boring the tits off us all has never been considered. Prim virtue does not figure in the Prime Time stakes of TV or Exopolitics.

As a nice paradox, Exopolitics states that aliens and their spaceships are all quite visible, and hence there is the tantalising possibility of a member of the audience discovering an alien and becoming as famous as Christopher Columbus. TV soap operas are a bit outclassed in this respect. No film or TV viewer searches for the “real” (US) Captain Kirk in the supermarket, or the “real” (UK) Phil Mitchell at the barbers, although given present-day mass-conditioning they might note different approximate forms as they go about their daily lives. Thus are we all now in doll-thrall with movements such as Exopolitics acting as cybernetic protein-strings full of momentary sugar-fixes. The movement formed by Webre and Salla has another cleverly designed element. It represents a powerful kind of intellectual subversion: quite unlike TV, Exopolitics is anti-authority, and it joins hands with all those folk would like to see their beloved leaders admit to alien presence with all kinds of egg over their bland, politically-correct, social-democratic faces.

This has resulted in a somewhat alarming form of pseudo-science-based pseudo-rationalism (in cyberspace all science is “pseudo”) as regards the full assembly in complete detail of aspects of “superior” alien culture(s). Thus “scientific” rationalism becomes another social-scientific cloaking-mystique in that it vectors the verisimilitude of the mutating story-lines. Undoubtedly, throughout our daily  lives, “consciousness” consists of such instantaneous processing of countless Media scripts mounted by various image-based story technologies.

Exopolitics is therefore a big meme-game, rather like the SERPO and SPORE meme-games in that interested parties can add to the game-play themselves. Unlike traditional TV soap operas, entire families can participate and create their own episodes. Many of these “alien” tales and part-tales about UFOs and conspiracies are willingly broadcast by popular U.S. broadcasters such as Jerry “foil-hat” Pippin. No script in the conventional sense is needed. Just a thread of suggestions created on a kitchen table with a screen, a keyboard and a terminal. Yet story technology is the most powerful dialectical  viral form every created.

As distinct from traditional TV soap operas, the virtual structures of our time such as Exopolitics contain a mock-cerebral element which aids their verisimilitude. Junior and Senior and Little Miss Muffet can add their thoughts, and the wonderful thing about thus new genre (for new genre it is) is that there is no censorship, no chance of rejection and every chance that someone somewhere will catch a fragment of make-believe. This story-fragment will feedback and breed other such fragments until this postmodern plasma becomes translated to the programmatic “real.” Thus every single mind, young and old has its own magic lantern theatre being fed by an ever-advancing Big Media power.

This level of Virtuality might be called Entertainment Fission. TV alone has already created a form of life support machine in that the billions of images per second will eventually quite replace “facts” as causation. The Prime Mover will be the Media Star. For better or for worse, both Weber and Salla are moving towards this state, as is Sarah Palin, whose fundamentalist Christianity is but two cyber steps away from Exopolitics. Nothing else but the stuff of Performance and Personality (and here I again include the Exopoliticians) will be needed as science is relegated to becoming a support base for Big Media. The CERN Collider (for example) is producing as many metaphors, images and symbols as it is producing “facts.”  Exopolitics, like many other things ancillary to it, is a prototypal world. Eventually, given ever-increasing media power, its protein cells may push aside the so-called real world as described in the film The Matrix, or in a more sophisticated form by Borges’ story of Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius.

Thus Exopolitics is story-technology with a vengeance and as such it does not contain any kind of mechanical vector. There is no traditional “progress” in this non-dimensional Matrix-type plasma which represents a translation of older forms of political control into virtuality. People now live their entire lives within such imagined structures. In this brave new cosmos, people will be described and defined as atmospheres, rather than anything else. “Fact” will be relegated to body weight, height, and National Insurance Number. The old-fashioned “trip” or “fix” is brought up to date by Exopolitics and its myriad ancillary media forms.

Such an induction of states of mind rather than induction of ranges of linear “objective facts” creates a more flexible and psychologically penetrative weapon than passive TV viewing. By comparison with Web-born memes, TV represents a steady low-frequency dosage episode by episode. These ranges of optional image-dilutions will of course maintain the illusion of virtual “progress” in time but only as a gaming-vector in turn. In this context, the buzzwords “real” and “scientific” and “factual” as used extensively by Exopolitics are nothing more than a fairground barker’s shouts using borrowed phrases from a ”science” which is now little more than a Prime Time silver screen  itself.

Many landowners in Victorian times built huge follies, some of which still stand. Follies were ill-conceived playthings of the ill-educated nouveau riche who within a few generations found themselves with too much time and money on their hands. Such were symbols of perfect impracticality: whimsical, fanciful, eccentric decorations rather than buildings, follies were the precursors of the Hollywood mansions conceived by Fitzgerald in his novel, The Great Gatsby.

 Exopolitics is a similar folly of our own times. As a movement, it is a massive piece of Gormenghast junk, a prime cut from a pop-media supermarket. But then science and Cartesian rationalism both represent a similar kind of Baroque cave-painting by numbers. In a media-soaked Age, where consciousness itself may be described as living theatre, we cannot help but navigate mentally by such cartoons and doll’s houses, which thrive rather like giant psychedelic mushrooms in our head.

What is the ultimate function of systems of story-lines such as Exopolitics? They force a mind to imagine. We are made to carry the story-lines as hatcheries in which memes act as mutant egg-cells.

This may be the first indication of how a truly alien mind might work.

More on this in Part 2: The K-Scope

For Reality Uncovered

9th May 2010

Colin Bennett

Author, London

Editor, the New Fortean Times

www.combat-diaries.co.uk

Colin Bennett’s award-winning Politics of the Imagination now republished as a 3rd Edition mass-market paperback by Cosimo Books New York.

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Filed under: ET,Exopolitics,UFOlogy — Tags: , , — Stephen Broadbent @ 12:31 am




51 Comments

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    Wow…great stuff. I was having this discussion about the Exo’s with Grandmaster Toon not too long ago, before I became dead to him, that exopolitics was dangerous to the scientific study of the phenomena and to ufology in general, to which Cartoon replied that I was nuts and that no one paid attention to the Exo’s. This article lays out the concerns I had beautifully. Thank-you Colin Bennett and thank-you Reality Uncovered

    Andy

    Comment by murnut — May 10, 2010 @ 1:43 am

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    Bravo Colin. :-)

    Comment by Jack Sarfatti — May 10, 2010 @ 2:13 am

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    Great article. I was once caught up a little in the premises of exopolitics, and even wrote an article for Dr. Salla’s journal. But once I began to study more deeply, and after enduring too many unverifiable stories of people on Mars, and the blatant ridiculousness of Basagio’s “Proof” of life on Mars, I shifted focus. Having said that, the foundation work remains intriguing: namely, the testimony gathered by Steven Greer’s Disclosure Project. I also spoke with Edgar Mitchell, and the way he spoke of his visits back home to Roswell, and how the “old timers” verified that something really did crash there, cause me to remain open to the idea that there really is SOME truth to SOME of the ideas claimed by exopoliticians. As a proponent of exopsychology, my thoughts are still forming, and I have arrived at no conclusions. But I witness the exopolitics “movement”, and caution myself to not take the road of arriving at a definite conclusion, until and unless I have a sound argument. The field is simply so vast, complex and weird that I despair that we will ever arrive at a tidy “conclusion”. I expect, rather, that we will increasingly experience the Trickster on a global scale, in tandem with the critical junctures we are at in politics, ecology, finance, and population.

    Comment by Michael Gintowt — May 10, 2010 @ 2:21 am

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    My point has always been, discussion of, and about Exopolitics merely encourages the nutcases. One should simply pat them on the head and suggest upping the medication.

    Comment by Chorlton — May 10, 2010 @ 8:08 am

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    Michael Gintowt spaketh thusly:
    “verified that something really did crash there, cause me to remain open to the idea that there really is SOME truth to SOME of the ideas claimed by exopoliticians”

    Congratulations, thats just what they want you to think.

    When the moron Greer goes to people like Barry King for ‘evidence’ you just KNOW its all a ripoff being glean to make more profit.
    The whole thing is a contrick, designed around an conveniently unproveable premis, to provide an income for certain persons.
    And the sad thing?. We now have morons in England getting sucked into this whole money gnerating hoax of Exobollockticks.

    Comment by Chorlton — May 10, 2010 @ 12:55 pm

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    Not only did Greer go to Barry King, he also went to liars such as Stone and Dean. There fore Greer hinself can’t be trusted…and it cast a doubt over the whole Disclosure Project. Just who is the most credible DP witness?

    Comment by murnut — May 10, 2010 @ 1:21 pm

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    I have nothing but the greatest respect for Mr. Colin Bennett and in large part we both agree on many of these murky issues.

    However, there are certain areas where it is apparent that Colin is uninformed; worse, he misrepresents my position here:

    “Bekkum, along with Martinez, is largely responsible for the recent revival of the SERPO movement.”

    My position has always been the same: SERPO is an “opera” — a fictional story possibly inspired by Close Encounters (the movie) — but behind all of the manipulations of the story, there is some evidence of an “operation” — orchestrated manipulation of persons, players, and plots.

    In addition, I was informed about this story by an unrelated USAF source in 1983. This predates the “UFO Cover-up Live” and MJ-12 material and suggests the USAF may have been using the alien rumors as cover for other activities. However, I have also found reference to anomalous events in Europe in the STAR GATE files, mostly redacted. So it is impossible at this time to fully rule out something strange going on around 1982-83.

    Colin writes:

    “Of course, anyone who knows anything at all about the blessed Intelligence services knows that as far as serious operational work is concerned, they would not go near such foil-hat freaks with the proverbial barge-pole. However, certainly the more “enlightened” branches of Intelligence may use such for dark purposes of their own.”

    Colin forgets to mention that in the US, intelligence activities have been widely privatized.

    John Gannon, the former CIA official who was tasked to launch the Department of Homeland Security, is said to run a private intelligence operation manned by hundreds of analysts for BAE Systems.

    Colin also seems to forget that the “alien living among us” meme has been around for a very long time. Astronaut Gordon Cooper claimed to have provided engineering information to NASA from a source under the guise of ‘alien telepathic transmissions’ — perhaps (and this is pure speculation) there is some connection to persons/events related by Cooper to the story now attributed to Mr. Martinez.

    Colin is seriously uninformed regarding “Agent X” — had Colin done a bit of homework, he would realize Mr. X was involved in private sector acquisition of government funding and had been rubbing shoulders with the ‘usual suspects’ of interest to Reality Uncovered. All reported widely in the mainstream media btw.

    The targeting of Ms. Eisenhower is of immediate interest considering that as a result of this operatic overture “Agent X” was introduced to and interacted with Susan E. who is a major consultant on nuclear issues and US/Russia policy for the Obama Administration.

    Having orchestrated similar ‘introductions’ with an agenda at play (enough said!) I find this most curious, to say the least!

    Comment by Gary Bekkum — May 10, 2010 @ 4:38 pm

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    P.S. A brief review of some of Hollywood’s contributions to the meme:

    http://www.starpod.org/Special/1005031.htm

    Comment by Gary Bekkum — May 10, 2010 @ 4:48 pm

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    @ murnut

    I don’t know about most credible but I think one of the most important people in the Disclosure Project is Mark McCandlish. Why? Because out of all the witnesses interviewed in the Disclosure Project his testimony above all others is one that does not require the government to come clean in order to prove he is telling the truth.

    He made very specific claims as to the parts seen in the ARV. By comparing those parts to different alternative physics theories (like Extended Heim Theory and their proposal for spinning a disc at high speed above a very powerful electromagnetic coil) it is possible one could figure out how the craft works: reverse engineer the reverse engineered ARV.

    The laws of nature would provide all the verification of McCandlish’s statements one needs. Aliens are not the key in this puzzle, abductees are not the key, the technology is the key. The universe does not lie about the laws of nature.

    In regards to Greer, one should never forget he was given a malignant form of skin cancer and almost died. Two other people he was working closely with Shari Adamiak and Congressman Steven Schiff (R-NM) both died from this skin cancer. Perhaps Greer agreed to discredit himself with his current UFO contact BS in exchange for his life.

    Comment by Bobbox1980 — May 10, 2010 @ 5:05 pm

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    EH ?? Run this by me agin please??
    Who did he agree with for his ‘life’? You been on the sauce again?

    In regards to Greer, one should never forget he was given a malignant form of skin cancer and almost died. Two other people he was working closely with Shari Adamiak and Congressman Steven Schiff (R-NM) both died from this skin cancer. Perhaps Greer agreed to discredit himself with his current UFO contact BS in exchange for his life.

    Comment by Chorlton — May 10, 2010 @ 5:33 pm

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    Just when I feel like I’m at the top of my writing game, I read a piece by Colin like this and I have to humbly submit that he’s one of the greats. Colin is truly an artist – with his brilliant prose and hypnotic flow that just pulls you in – he weaves together Exopolitics, the Laura-Drama, the various Exo-Writers/bloggers and gives them a heavy dose of Colin-logic the likes of which I can’t even begin to applaud enough.

    I am impressed with Colin’s analysis, as always. Excellent work…a major blow to Exopolitics and all of its efforts to gain relevance…it is no more relevant than any other organized group of nutjobs – they are only better organized in their collective delusions than most other groups. Bravo Colin.

    Comment by RyanDube — May 10, 2010 @ 6:59 pm

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    @ Chorlton

    Who do you think? The people who gave him cancer.

    I am not saying that definitely happened but it could explain him going from seemingly legitimate medical doctor in the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society to serious credible UFO/Government/Alien phenomenon researcher down to seeming fraudster and huckster giving out these tours to go commune with aliens. Maybe Greer was always a little off or willing to push BS and also happened to be lucky enough to survive his battle with skin cancer, I don’t know.

    I just do not believe Greer by random chance got malignant skin cancer along with Shari Adamiak of CSETI and Congressman Steven Schiff (the latter 2 died from it) all of whom were working together and pushing the government to tell the public the truth about what the government knows about UFOs, Aliens, and related projects.

    I think Greer was close to the truth or had stumbled upon some of it with his witnesses otherwise I don’t think he would have been on the receiving end of some kind of cancer weapon.

    Comment by Bobbox1980 — May 10, 2010 @ 7:50 pm

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    This is a side note to the above, but related.

    An interesting revelation:

    http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/la-mag-april052009-backstory,0,5104077.story

    The Road to Area 51
    After decades of denying the facility’s existence, five former insiders speak out

    As for the myths of reverse engineering of flying saucers, Barnes offers some insight: “We did reverse engineer a lot of foreign technology, including the Soviet MiG fighter jet out at the Area”–even though the MiG wasn’t shaped like a flying saucer. As for the underground-tunnel talk, that, too, was born of truth. Barnes worked on a nuclear-rocket program called Project NERVA, inside underground chambers at Jackass Flats, in Area 51’s backyard. “Three test-cell facilities were connected by railroad, but everything else was underground,” he says.

    And the quintessential Area 51 conspiracy–that the Pentagon keeps captured alien spacecraft there, which they fly around in restricted airspace? Turns out that one’s pretty easy to debunk. The shape of OXCART was unprecedented, with its wide, disk-like fuselage designed to carry vast quantities of fuel. Commercial pilots cruising over Nevada at dusk would look up and see the bottom of OXCART whiz by at 2,000-plus mph. The aircraft’s titanium body, moving as fast as a bullet, would reflect the sun’s rays in a way that could make anyone think, UFO.

    Comment by Gary Bekkum — May 10, 2010 @ 9:31 pm

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    Sorry Bobbox 1980
    No one ‘Gives’ you cancer.
    Skin Cancer or melanoma’s are one of the commonest froms of Cancer, more prevalent in countries where people are more exposed to the Suns UV rays.
    The Melanoma is one of the most aggresive forms of skin cancer and spreads through the bloodstream.

    Why did Greer go loopy ? who knows, it happens to many many people. Some suddenly find God and become ‘Born again’ some celebrities like Icke start seeing lizards everywhere and proclaiming themselves God. (I’m god by the way, so he cant be :)) )

    But no one ‘Gives’ anyone cancer.
    And by the way, UFO’s do exist, but they are made right here on earth by us and flown by us.
    Aliens dont exist. On this planet or for that matter any other. I dont mean sludge and primeval slime either. Im talking Aliens capable of Interplanetary travel, dont exist.
    That will get some backs up… I bet

    Comment by Chorlton — May 11, 2010 @ 8:15 am

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    Chorlton – technically, you can “give” someone cancer with radiation, of course it could take some time to occur after the fact. Corporations give local kids cancer by dumping chemicals into local streams, Chernobyl gave locals cancer….etc….you get my point.

    In Greer’s case, there’s no reason to get rid of him or threaten him because nothing he is promoting or doing is legit anyway. Some day we’ll reveal the truth about his little escapades selling “ufo sightings” over a mountain to rich idiots who actually gave him money for the show. He knows the truth, but will likely never talk about it until the day when the proof comes out. I wonder what he’ll say – that the government made him do it?

    -Ry

    Comment by RyanDube — May 11, 2010 @ 2:48 pm

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    Ryan, I get your point. Im not so stupid as to not know about carcinogens and radiation.
    But the insinuation was that someody punished Greer by ‘Giving’ him Cancer.
    THATS bollocks.

    Comment by Chorlton — May 11, 2010 @ 3:20 pm

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    @ Chorlton, you may very well be the most closed minded person I have ever talked to. There is a difference between skepticism and closed mindedness.

    It would be one thing to say I don’t THINK aliens exist anywhere in the universe which most people would disagree with, it’s another to say they flat out don’t exist as if you were god and had that knowledge for a fact.

    As Ryan pointed out, you can give people cancer. Usually it takes a long time but that doesn’t mean the military hasn’t figured out how to weaponize a cancer delivery system that acts much quicker. We know due to CIA testimony before congress that the CIA weaponized a heart attack delivery system.

    @ Ryan, if you proceed from the premise that Greer and his witnesses have absolutely nothing legitimate to offer (a very closed minded premise) then it makes sense you wouldn’t believe anyone would try to kill him.

    But imagine you and Access Denied and Zep Tepi all come down with a rare virulent malignant skin cancer at the same time, you wouldn’t find that odd? Now imagine you and your 2 coworkers are stepping on the toes of the CIA and DoD (your work involves exposing their coverups and activities), wouldn’t the thought of foul play cross your mind? If not you are beyond naive, the government is a den of liars, thieves, and murderers.

    Comment by Bobbox1980 — May 11, 2010 @ 3:55 pm

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    Thanx RU for an outstanding article, and Thank you Colin for telling it it like it really is.
    Anyone with more 2 neurons firing should consider it mandatory reading.
    Information is the energy source, information is the power and our heads the ne prime real estate and these shmucks like Salla the new scientologists, the priests for new estate..requiring like any religion..just faith..no proof..how dare we ask..heretics and infidels….Having run out of spachips traversing light years..its the portals and transdimensional travel mixed in with alleged ancient secrets ..They traverse our portals figuratively and literally without even kissing us first!. Its old new age with plastic surgery and a key board..where anyone can do or say or be anything they want to be. There is always a sucker willing to buy and believe.
    LoL..just the “gubbamin” is a den of thieves and liars..after that space between our ears..? Are you kidding me..they are alter boys compared to try your hollywood and commercial establishments..Alienware did fine with Caret…their almight all powerful PC dwarfed only by the volume of ufo videos in their archives…Fox Warners did fine..with caret ships and Terminators..We know they were hoaxes , just like Sony does with its fear mongering 2012 blogs regularly. At least we get a neat movie..entertained..
    Just amazing what you can get people to buy and still have untold miles of “space” to claim .. into confortably between two ears. The beauty is its recycleable and our heads redoable.
    Sex was alluded to in the article..and sex is in the head for sure..I think though with these people like Exoplotics..its more like masturbation..the archaic term for that was once..self pollution..
    Indeed I’ll go farther than Colin get ready for a mental gang bang all quarters..lest you stop..and think..and like UFO Watch Dog…ask for a second opinion.

    Comment by Sys — May 11, 2010 @ 5:56 pm

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    A new declassified document adds additional input to the MK-series of “human use” violations:

    http://www.dod.mil/pubs/foi/02-A-0846RELEASE.pdf

    And a pop article about the above:

    http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2010/05/chemical-concussions-and-secret-lsd-military-releases-cold-war-mind-control-report/

    Comment by Gary Bekkum — May 11, 2010 @ 6:57 pm

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    Bobbox
    It would seem you are incapable of logical and rational thought, and simply fall to alarmist and frankly ridiculous assumptions with respect to Greer and cancer.
    As for Aliens. If they were out there, there would have been some indications. If I have to explain that, I fear you wouldnt understand.

    I apologise, and didnt realise you were an OM acolyte.

    Comment by Chorlton — May 11, 2010 @ 7:02 pm

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    @ Chorlton – The logic in my arguments was impecible. Rather than point out any flaws you saw, you only attacked my character. Admittedly I did attack your character by calling you closed minded, I should not have done that.

    Why is it alarmist and ridiculous to think rich and powerful people keeping a secret would be willing to kill to keep that secret?
    That is a story as old as time.

    Why do you think the CIA developed a heart attack weapon, a weapon they admitted to having before Congress?
    So they could murder someone without it looking like murder, to try and prevent blowback, creating a martyr, turning one person’s cause into many people’s crusade.

    Why is it ridiculous to think the CIA would want and might have a variety of ways to covertly murder someone when we know they already admitted to having one way, the heart attack weapon?

    In regards to Aliens, there have been numerous indications that they exist like all the UFO sightings occurring throughout the 20th century, all the talk of beings from the sky in ancient mythologies. This of course is not proof but I would say it is an indication.

    It almost sounds like you expect aliens to put on some kind of V demonstration where they park their motherships over the cities of the world and broadcast a message down to all of us to prove to us they exist. Is such an expectation not ridiculous?

    Comment by Bobbox1980 — May 11, 2010 @ 9:54 pm

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    @Bobbox, Greer “went loopy” long before the Disclosure Project and what “secret” are you talking about?

    [that’s a rhetorical question by the way]

    As I already pointed out to you in this post in the RU forum and you chose to ignore, McCandlish is not a “witness”, he’s merely repeating unsubstantiated hearsay from secondhand “sources” and the claimed method of propulsion used by the alleged “ARV” has been thoroughly debunked. Also, as I point out in this post in the forum, “Extended Heim Theory” is considered pseudoscience and is not a viable propulsion method either.

    Please continue this discussion there…

    Comment by Access Denied — May 12, 2010 @ 6:06 am

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    Bobbox, if you wish to promulgate or further your assertions I would be happy to discuss it with you on the forum

    For the others, I apologise for this interlude
    I just cant stand bollocks. : )

    Comment by Chorlton — May 12, 2010 @ 7:16 am

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    Having trouble with the comments editing process. The use of arrow brackets apparently just eliminated the other text. Who knew? Please delete the three previous postings. Let me see if I can figure this out.

    Comment by Stephen Bassett — May 12, 2010 @ 11:07 am

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    [My comments are bracket by —– ———-]

    What is Exopolitics?
     
    The Men

    The Exopolitical movement is a radical sector of the Disclosure Movement in the United States.

    ————Exopolitics is not a “movement.”  It is a field of study.  The Disclosure process is a movement – an exopolitical movement.————–

    This —–Disclosure—— movement aims to put pressure on the government to open secret files which will show that extraterrestrial aliens are here on planet Earth in great numbers.

    ————Not “on planet Earth” – engaging planet Earth.  There is a big difference between being “on” and “around.”    “On” in small numbers for brief times, “around” in great numbers.————–

    It assumes that we must therefore try to relate our own human society to such alien social structures in a deeply political way. But the movement doesn’t possess Professor Hawkings caution as regards extraterrestrial aliens, see http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1268712/Stephen-Hawking-Aliens-living-massive-ships-invade-Earth.html

    ——–Professor Hawking’s caution,which I suspect was a joke by a playful man, regards a ship that sailed a long time ago.——–

    In contrast to Hawkings careful evaluation and warning,

    ——–I can assure you that Professor Hawking has done no careful evaluation of the UFO/ET evidence, or if he has he is intent on keeping that hidden.  His public remarks are 40 years behind the curve.  Which is to say he is having tea with Jacques Vallee.———

    Exopolitical people such as the bloggers Stephen Greer,

    ——–That’s “Dr. Steven Greer” and he is to my knowledge not a blogger. Since you don’t bother to engage the people you insult and attack, you don’t know how to spell their name or actually know what they do and just count on your word salads to cover up your lack of understanding and facts.———-

    Steve Hammond, Marcia McDowall, and Ed Komarek all claim that humanoid-looking aliens mix freely with human beings and exercise a degree of control over the affairs of humanity.  ——Some people in—– Exopolitics claims also that the armed forces of the world and their associated State Intelligence sections are aware of the aliens, but apparently, human power-brokers must keep the presence of extraterrestrial creatures a secret in case of public panic. —Some think that.  —–Others don’t—-  The movement also claims that the famed military-industrial complex is trying to re-engineer alien technology, —–Yes—–   but the trouble is (so they say) that most of the major principles are almost impossible to understand in terms of Earth science. ——Most exopolitical activists I am aware of say no such thing.—–

    Exopolitics as a continually updated Web meme has had considerable success.

    ——Calling Exopolitics a “meme” – one of the great useless catchwords in fashion – is as silly as calling quantum mechanics a meme.  It’s ghetto talk.  Not worthy of a great rhetorician.———

    It has now quite outgrown somewhat earlier crude prototypal memes such as SERPO, Project Camelot, and the much more sophisticated Caret phenomenon (see my Feature  Meme Wars: We Have an Agenda in Reality Uncovered).

    ——It hasn’t outgrown anything and was well underway before PC and SERPO emerged.  Project Camelot and SERPO come under the exopolitical umbrella.  They are a subset in a very large field of study.   You are comparing apples with apple seeds.——-

    Most leading Exopoliticians such as Michael Salla and Alfred Webre claim that the first tentative steps have already been taken as regards contact between human beings and aliens. —–Acutally, I am fairly sure that you don’t know what MOST exopolitical activists think.  Why not just say Salla and Webre?——
    In April 7, 2005, Salla founded the Exopolitics Institute, based in Kealakekua, Hawaii. On June 4, 2006, Al Jazeera published an article discussing a letter Salla had sent them informing them about the possibility of alien intervention in order to prevent a nuclear attack on Iran by the United States of America. From June 9 11, 2006, he assembled and took part in the Hawaii Conference on World Peace and Extraterrestrial Civilizations. His current Exopolitical interests have led him to assert that the undisclosed presence of extraterrestrials is one of the primary forces behind international conflict. He further states that the claims of various whistleblowers (informants) suggest that as many as sixteen different extraterrestrial civilizations are currently interacting with the human race while a number of other extraterrestrial races monitor Earth affairs, although they avoid contact. Most of Sallas claims are derived from individuals who say they have contacted extraterrestrials. That he does not state that he has met such himself has aroused much (mostly negative) debate in the UFO field. In conversation with the Washington Post, Salla pointed to evidence widely available on the internet as a source for his research on extraterrestrial visitation: Theres a lot of stuff on the Internet, and I just went around and pieced it together.

    Alfred Webre helped draft the Exopolitical Citizen Hearing in 2000 with the rather more conservative and cautious Stephen Bassett and he serves as a member of the Board of Advisers at the Exopolitics Institute.    He is also congressional coordinator for the Exopolitical Disclosure Project  and International Director of the Institute for Cooperation in Space.

    In 1977, he joined Stanford Research Institute (SRI International) in Menlo Park, California, as a futurist for the Center for the Study of Social Policy. His responsibilities were the studies in alternative futures, innovation diffusion, and social policy applications for clients including the Carter White House Extraterrestrial Communications Study, the National Science Foundation, U.S. Congress (Office of Technology Assessment), the U.S. Department of Energy, and the State of California (Energy Plan).

    Whilst that may sound impressive it is best to take a cautionary look at Webres latest thoughts on:

    http://www.examiner.com/x-2912-Seattle-Exopolitics-Examiner~y2010m4d12-Exopolitics-researcher-develops-evidencebased-typology-of-extraterrestrial-civilizations

    The language is a straight take from the BBC TV comedy series Yes Minister, with a touch of Dr. Who:

    Recent whistleblower, direct witness and documentary evidence have led to the development of new typology of extraterrestrial civilizations.  The new typology establishes the following types for extraterrestrial civilizations and extraterrestrial governance bodies as concerns extraterrestrial law.  The new typology for extraterrestrial civilizations was developed by Exopolitics author and researcher Alfred Lambremont Webre, JD, MEd in response to a request by Oxford University Press, a department of the University of Oxford, U.K.The new evidence-based typological model divides extraterrestrial civilizations into (A) Extraterrestrial civilizations (3rd dimension), that is (1) Solar system civilizations (3rd dimension) based in the third dimension in our solar system, such as the intelligent human civilization living under the surface of Mars that reportedly enjoys a strategic relationship with the United States government; and (2) Deep space civilizations (3rd dimension), that is, intelligent extraterrestrial civilizations that are based in the third dimension and on a planet, solar system, or space station in our or another galaxy or in some other location in this known physical, third dimension universe. (B) Hyper-dimensional civilizations, that is intelligent civilizations that are based in dimensions or universes parallel or encompassing our own dimension and that may use technologically advanced physical form and/or transport when entering our known dimension or universe.  With regard to extraterrestrial law and governance, the new extraterrestrial civilizations typology identifies (C) Extraterrestrial governance authorities: Legally constituted extraterrestrial governance authorities with jurisdiction over a defined territory, such as the Milky Way Galactic Federation, which has been empirically located in replicable research.

    In the light of this, perhaps Webre should be booked immediately for a one-man show. Love the mock-authoritarian voice, the name-dropping, and the (obligatory) suggestion of connections to Intelligence Agencies. There follows the equally obligatory nudge-nudge about secret knowledge of ET daring-do. Anyone who knows anything about such Agencies knows that their sobriety and conservatism alone plus their extremely limited  gumshoe imagination (let alone their limited  finances) would prohibit them from having anything to do with foil-hat child-brides such as Webre, Basiago, or the Jerry Springer Ufologists and many others of that ilk, such as Bill SERPO  Ryan, who fled America leaving behind a pile of bad debts and whole tribes of ripped-off women wielding hot cattle-castrating irons.

    ——Please identify the “Jerry Springer Ufologists.  Such phrases without specific names are little more than eighth grade, school bus blather.  Naming one example and leaving everyone to match up to your unsupported claims is just old style McCarthyism——– 

    I couldnt find any mention of Webre on the Oxford University Press web site (as he claims). But perhaps that is to be expected. As a self-inflicted act of postmodern annihilation, Webres Web newspaper the Seattle Politics Examiner is a Dada composition updated to the Web Age. It should be read out loud to Schoenberg, or old Gerard Hoffnungs Symphony for Vacuum Cleaners.We might ask, do these people ever come down from this cloud-cuckoo mountain top? If not, they are prime candidates for paranoia and heart attacks. Being vastly over-inspired, and seeing aliens everywhere, they are in need of depressants. Perhaps  they might do something ordinary for relief all round, like eating black pudding outside a rain-swept chip shop on an equally black evening in black Bolton, UK with one leaning street lamp for illumination and inspiration (I apologise for not knowing the U.S. equivalents here perhaps someone might provide them).

    Yes, Webres situation is one where a little applied depression could be positively therapeutic. Perhaps he should try a Parliamentary debate, or English cricket, but then aliens never appear within such marvellously prosaic scenarios. They always are seen in glamorous sexy high-tech contexts. The alien equivalents to debt collectors or cobblers are not seen. Aliens are always pure, powerful, and all-knowing. They do not wipe their noses on their sleeve, or steal the wallets or wives of other aliens, and they always appear to be marvellously clever. No alien sweeps the streets, falls into despair or fails in ambition or in love. Also there are no alien equivalents to British political brains, most of which resemble empty Tammany Hall broom cupboards.

    What is missing therefore in Webres alien cosmos is love and laughter, and the absurdity of human-style anarchy of cock-ups throughout the entire field of consciousness. Exopolitical aliens are far too efficient, all-knowing, and intellectually specific (in translation!!) to be real, but then perhaps reality in the old commonly accepted mechanical sense is beside the point.

    THE BLOGGERS

    The blogger Victor Martinez is a kind of no-holds-barred amplifier for all the amazing streams of twisted Exopolitical consciousness. One imagines that in theory he could be given anything that could possibly be imagined, including winged horses, fairies seen in space stations or one of David Ickes lizard-skinned aliens, and he transmit these enthusiastically (in headline fashion) as real existences and common experiences. This is the supreme expression of Exopolitics as art form in that art form indeed does express truth, but moral truth as distinct from mechanical truth as claimed by Exopoliticians.

    Martinez is said to be a former federal employee ——what is appropriate here is to say he IS a formal federal employee or he is NOT a federal employee.  If you don’t know which, than make no reference at all.  More eighth grade stuff.—— with an interest in space, defense and current affairs. Recipients of his e-mail news items include a wide variety of people interested in emerging and leading-edge scientific developments. Well, for scientific developments try this for size: a summary of the recent transmissions by blogger Gary Bekkum, whose book Spies, Lies, and Polygraph Tape supplies the Full Monty of Exopolitical legend: black ops, mysterious government agents, alien daring-do, secret government technology and stories of aliens in the White House. Bekkum, along with Martinez, is largely responsible for the recent revival of the SERPO movement. —–SERPO is not a movement by any criteria I am aware of. Some precision please.—— This takes the form of a Web-born equivalent to the kiddies boxed board-games of long ago, such as pass-the-parcel. The moves in the game include secret knowledge, information from anonymous sources and nudge-nudge I am in touch with insiders in the government Intelligence services.

    Of course, anyone who knows anything at all about the blessed Intelligence services knows that as far as serious operational work is concerned, they would not go near such foil-hat freaks with the proverbial barge-pole. —–“foil-hat freaks” is ghetto language.  You might as well be calling Jews “dogs” or blacks “boys”.  It’s simple minded and beneath you. (I hope)——   However, certainly  the more enlightened branches of Intelligence may use such for dark purposes of their own. Certainly movements such as Exopolitics are fed by various branches of the security services  —PROVE IT— as if the foil-hats were packs of hungry puppies. The reason for this is that such Intelligence agencies are interested in the political and military aspects of the possibilities of mythological engineering. They insert a fractal, kick start it, and see what speeding hares come out of the bag. They will insert false agenda and false flag designer-memes http://alienfalseflagagenda.net/ and fit the ebb and flow of such into new intelligent prototypal systems of social control. This is now a well-known military direction: already the Pentagon is seeing future warfare as being essentially a battle using information-weaponry rather than a thing involving tanks and guns, aircraft and ships. Whole countries could be shut down by levels of deception involving various types of evolving technology, including mass-media technology. Such deception might indeed include rigged alien Exopolitical-type invasion scenarios, complete with convincing physical displays. Thus Exopolitics could well be a manipulated howl-round of well-designed confusions.

    ——I would contend that those involved in the exopolitical field are more aware of the concepts you have just mentioned than the strict scientific practitioners.   In fact these methods are key elements of the truth embargo which the Disclosure movement addresses relentlessly……… As for the charge of manipulation.  There is no one and no organization in this field that is not open to that charge and just about all have been on the receiving end.  It’s a useless claim and accomplishes nothing.——

    If an enemy is confused he is setting himself up for rapid and final destruction.

    Thus Kiplings great game is changing from a Sherlock Holmes and John Le Carre world into areas inconceivable by such older Intelligence systems as described by such authors. By comparison, such horse soldiers are now faced by systems which think at tank speed.

    In this sense, undoubtedly modern Pop, Rock, and Art Forms generally are become involved in vast systems of comparatively bloodless persuasion.

    In this area, as designer-led Exopolitical art form, Martinez offers verbal equivalents to ancient B-Feature posters where handsome muscular men rescue beautiful women in torn dresses from tentacle-waving Martians.

    Here is a recent offering from Martinez. Believe this, and you will believe anything.

    http://naturalplane.blogspot.com/2010/04/serpo-release-34-operation-tango-sierra.html
    The DIA contact reportedly provided information about the monitoring and intervention by U.S. officials regarding a particular extraterrestrial being posing as a human within the U.S. The contact also noted the more general issue of extraterrestrials visiting Earth who may blend in with the human population, for various reasons. the contact stated, In reference to your repeated requests to present some new information never before disclosed to the public I went outside of our agency to close intelligence contacts of mine and secured the following I just received information on a highly sensitive operation code-named Operation TANGO-SIERRA that occurred in early 1980. It involved U.S. intelligence capturing an alien being living among us.

    The Women

    Laura Eisenhower, radical New-Ager, has recently joined Webres Exopolitical group. —She has joined no such group.  She was interviewed by Webre and told her story.  More McCarthyism—   She has a guru, one Ki Lia.   ——Ki’Lia is not her “guru” but a friend.  You’re really getting sloppy now.——   Like most Exopolitical web sites, a mere glance at Ki Lais web site does not inspire rational confidence. Ki Lais guru in turn is one Sergeant Clifford Stone,  ——How on Earth you have come to compare Ki’ia with Clifford Stone I can’t imagine.  I certainly hope mind altering drugs are not involved here.——-    a whistle blowing SERPO Warrior Number 1 if ever there was. This pair chase one anothers metaphysical tails and create a miniature masterpiece based on overlapping metaphors until a reader is quite breathless, drunk with stories  drawn from the four corners of belief:

    Ki Lia, who has worked as an accomplished innovative and multidisciplinary design consultant with many renowned pioneers, corroborates the background of how Ms. Eisenhower was targeted as a subject by a shadowy group behind the secret Mars colony, using time travel and exotic targeting techniques.

     The whole Exopolitical thing is about management of the high frontier of metaphor. Everything is heightened, as in a commercial break for mint popcorn. There are no dogs sick in kitchens, no spilt chip-pans, and no urgent demands from debt collectors.

    Ki Lia states:

    After years of friendship, in the spring of 2006 in Washington DC, I met Laura Eisenhower and her new romantic partner, who I will call Agent X.

     Agent X? Outside a gay club, who would want a boy friend called Agent X?   ——His name is Richard Dell, Jr.  Check him out. It would appear that everyone knows who he is but you.——   Sounds like something from a Lady Ga-Ga video. But these people are suckers for subliminal embarrassment:

    He claimed to know himself as Joseph of Arimathea/Osiris/Orion and affiliated with different, interlinked secret societies, e.g, Knights Templar and Freemasons.  He and Laura quickly formed an intimate relationship, and I helped conduct a Divine Union rites of passage for them.

     What a load of transcendental occult responsibilities! Do they ever get time to fry a sausage, or ask themselves whether Agent X is really an unemployed down-at-heel lift attendant on the make from downtown Detroit? Lets hope Laura didnt give this risky geezer any money as he shoots one of the best chat-up lines ever conceived:

    Agent X revealed that his group had identified Laura Eisenhower through her bloodline, as the matrilineal great-granddaughter of 34th U.S. President Eisenhower.

     The so-called revelation just happens to be part of world-wide history and Lauras relation to President Eisenhower is a fact witnessed by scores of books. As if inspired by this quite remarkable discovery, the pudding is quickly over-egged, as in fear of lack of metaphor. In this blog, we change planetary cultures as quickly as we change trains on a breathtaking journey. We go from Mayan prophecies to seeing Laura as a unique reincarnation of Magdalene/Sophia/Isis (ever since she was young, many psychics have recognized her). He also said his group was interested in her twin sons, who they knew as Romulus and Remus (founders of Rome)

     Of course! Who else?

    Just as there appears to be no extraterrestrial alien sewage workers, in these psychic tales no alien impoverished psychopathic cats-meat men ever appear. I mean imagine, after having paid a lot of money, a customer is told that their astral body progressed through to a 3000-year-old gang of mentally degenerate loin-clothed Dhobi Wallahs on the banks of the Ganges?  It was Sam Johnson who once remarked of the 7th Earl of Shaftesbury: He never dined but with an Earl.

    Meantime, Agent X soon turns out to be someone you wouldn’t trust daughter with, never mind your wallet. Ki Lia writes:

    They (the group around Agent X) had a list of male partners, who she (Laura) could be with in possible timelines, and he (Agent X) was one of them. They targeted her (especially her heart) and these men through electromagnetic or psychic weaponry, and indeed many men tried to destroy her throughout her life.

     Laura appears to have a penchant for basket-case boyfriends. Why cant she get a decent Jewish Lawyer and be done with it?

    —See below.—

    Meantime, the problems multiply. This crowd doesnt talk about what was on the telly last night.

    Agent X admitted that he (as well as his parents) was implanted with a chip and had a multiple personality disorder

     This is just what Laura needs for washing the dishes and shopping as Agent X morphs into a regular Screwball Messmate of the Month:

    —See below.—

    which involves very sudden robotic and abusive behaviors. This is the typical profile of someone who was subjected to well-documented MK-ULTRA experiments and multi-generational occult ritual abuse.

     This sudden update is of course derived from retail Ufology, B-feature films, and much Web conspiratorial intrigue. Ki Lia concludes with sounding brass and tinkling cymbals:

    Their data about Laura and her partners were seemingly gathered through a time viewing device (which they had called Looking Glass or Orions Cube or possibly through remote viewing or even time travel all part of their cadre of top classified technologies (already disclosed in increasing black projects literature).

     We might ask, where is Agent X now? With dyed hair, new teeth and some purloined clothes, just like Bill SERPO Ryan, he is probably chatting up gullible Jewish Princesses in Manhattan and spinning them UFO contact and abduction stories by the tumbrel load.

    —–You might ask him.  His name is Richard Dell, Jr.—–

    Here in this vast spectrum of New Age ideas and beliefs are the new fairy stories of our own Age. But the difference with Exopolitics is that such are claimed as being within that dimension of Prime Time called  the real. What would we say if someone suggested that traditional fairy stories as gathered and written up by Hans Anderson and the Brother Grimm were description of so-called real experiences? In Exopolitical lore, Cinderella actually went to the Ball, and had two Ugly Sisters.

    These are the full equivalent to debates about the actual colour of Cinderellas shoes and the questions are equivalent to asking exactly which ball Cinderella went to. Thus in Exopolitical lore, rationalism in turn is transformed into a programmable form of pantomime virtuality in which discursive reasoning becomes in turn yet another gaming option.

    We can laugh, but in a sense these texts are far superior to many scientific documents of our time written in corporate-manager tank track prose by men from the earnest lower middle class with rows of pens in their top pockets. Conservative-paranoid and scraped of all life and imagination, most scientific books read like instructions on back of a pack of corn plasters. In contrast, most Exopolitical texts, when considered purely as texts, are of considerable psycho-social value in that they show important features of the psychology of image formation within the development of story technology as it seeks new kinds of power.

    ——This section is beyond pathetic.  Agent X is Richard Dell, Jr.    Laura Eisenhower is nothing more than a woman with a story that may have some bearing on exopolitical issues.  Her connection to exopolitics is minimal.  She should not be in this piece.  She is very sweet woman who has had a rough time in her life.  If I were her husband and a violent man (which I am not), I would be inclined to smack you silly until you blabbered like the child you are portraying in this truly bad and arrogant piece of sophistry.   I’m sorry, Colin, but I don’t like you any more.——

    The Theory

     We see then that Sallas lot of stuff has become a vast mythological world stretching out quite equal to that of the big war-gaming software. From being a foil-hat Jerry Springer type small Ufological movement, such as Project Camelot, , Exopolitics, like its parallel movement Scientology, has now the full attention of important and influential folk, though the faces of scientists (being equally managers of other rival mythologies) have yet to appear.

    ——Comparing exopolitics to scientology is now complete proof that you have allowed your bias and gross ignorance of the subject to portray yourself as a complete fool.   Your grade is dropping through the floor.——

    What makes Exopolitics different of course compared to any other similar movement in this respect is its claim for the reality of the extraterrestrial experience. In this respect it has no problem with what it assumes to be the sheer number of space ships and aliens which are visiting Earth, although very few people see such beings or Armadas. In this sense, Exopolitics is the direct opposite of movements which assert Holocaust Denial or denial of the original Moon Landing. Exopolitics claims existence of certain things whilst the denial movements deny existence of certain things. The psychological asymmetry here represents the differential potentials of those positive and negative forces which drive all imaginative creativity.

    —–Exopolitics does assert the ETH has been proven.  That is based upon a massive amount of evidence you have apparently overlooked while searching for the right metaphors to proclaim your erudition.——

    As a movement, Exopolitics doesn’t —–again, exopolitics is not a movement.  Some others do refer to it as such.  They are mistaken.—— really fit anywhere in history except in those rare cases of religious hysteria such as the Crusades, although it might have fitted various hole-in-a-corner cultures such as witchcraft, occultism, whirling dervishes, or even Morris Dancing. It would certainly have fitted 19th Century spiritualist movements, as most of the Exopolitical alien contacts and indeed space ships are as vaporous as the ectoplasmic ghosts seen by Conan Doyle and Baron von Schrenck-Notzing.

    ——You have now compared exopolitics to religious hysteria.  This is getting very embarrassing.   Is there still time to get this expunged from the web?   This is going to be a problem legacy for you, like deliberately shitting on the Prime Minister’s stoop in a fit of pique over a bad tax bill.——

    In this respect, the Exopolitical movement has to be set in the context of the apocalyptic fears and doubts of a mass-media society in crisis. The populations of the entire world are now mind-fed and controlled by a limitless stream of images, symbols and metaphors, some basic and crude, others inspired obviously by such films as the Matrix, Avatar, and Close Encounters.

    Exopolitics, like many other things of a like nature, has now found a role which has given it popular power far behind 19th century movements of a similar nature.

    Soap Opera

    The middle classes have always lacked a good soap opera. The popular TV models have always been strictly for the sheeple, with their dumbed-down content, and simple-minded cartoon-sketches rolled out for the hoi polloi mentality and its strange appetite for countless billions of toxic images per second. The US series Frazier and Rosanne were good tries at comic subtlety, but they are from an Age now so long gone we look at them as we gaze upon Hadrians Wall.

    Exopolitics gives the Web-powered middle classes all they ever wanted. The peasantry wont understand Exopolitics, and the trendy Intellectuals, utterly self-isolated from any kind of scientific knowledge, are not bright enough for it. The ever-frightened scientists will stay away in droves and Exopolitics is far too technological for camp media folk, and far too weird and difficult for conventional arts folk. In the face of the claims of Exopolitics, all priests will raise their hands in horror, the sane will flee to put their heads back into their little boxes, and scientific Ufologists (rather like Darwinian professors scanning leaf mould with magnifying glasses) will scream for the facts of the Exopolitical situation to be carefully investigated, thoroughly  researched, and put into a proper perspective.

    —–I think a more appropriate statement is that exopolitics is simply too difficult for you.  Dr. Edgar Mitchell has figured it out.  You may never.  There is a phrase, “nothing hides intellect faster than arrogance.”   And if you don’t know what you are talking about in the first place, you disappear altogether.——

    Like most scientists, these people are so far behind the Big Media Age they havent even reached the TV Age yet, never mind the cyber culture. Exopolitics as Media in the Raw, Lady GaGa, beats all Cartesian measurement.

    —–The Disclosure movement is using every aspect of the emerging world networks and computer technology.  And that is only just beginning.  Wrong again.—–

    Like the U.S. TV series Twin Peaks, the UK TV series, The League of Gentlemen, or the delightful and edifying fantasies of factual or scientific Ufology, Exopolitics fulfils therefore all the conditions of an elitist Media form. It is now feeling its strength and has quite taken over common-or-garden Old Ufology, strangling it rather like a proliferating pond-weed.

    —–Utterly absurd.  Exopolitics stands on the shoulders of the scientific efforts of ufology.   It is just trying to complete the work.  The problem cannot be resolved scientifically.   It’s like trying to scientifically prove to the Nazi leadership that Germans are not the superior race.  It’s a game fixed by the State.   There is little disrespect in exopolitics for ufologists.  The opposite is not true, however, largely because of the kind of blithering bilge such as has been written here by you.—–  

    Why, says Exopolitics, spend  a whole lifetime compiling merely lists of case-histories and searching for possibly non-existent alien artefacts when an alien (of a particular species) is possibly managing the big scientific corporation across high street? Scientific here is the word aliens dont appear to be interested in anything mundane or local, such as beer festivals, sex scandals of politicians, the National Lottery, or making matchbox models of Wigan Pier. They must be very boring, and they dont make jokes about Michael Jacksons sexuality, or Obamas birth certificate.

    —–The view that aliens are amongst us in that fashion is NOT the current consensus in exopolitics.  Wrong again.——

    Ufology as Art Form

    There are UFOs and there is Ufology.

    Exopolitics  represents a post-modern meme-based prototypal entertainment system. Facts and fictions do not relate to such virtual superliminal constructs as SERPO and Project Camelot, any more than they relate to the Yellow Brick Road of OZ or Bob Hopes Road to Morocco. If anything good could be said about them, it is that they represent cerebral Pop Art of a very high standard. This is a relatively new genre of highly wrought modern social comedy: it was born between the burgeoning games systems of web virtuality, and got caught between cyber culture, science fiction hallucinations, and countless elitist conspiracies of many a kidney. Having said that, I accept that Exopolitics is an authentic form of post-modern expression, and I rank it with Thunderbirds, Mission Impossible and the UK Dr. Who.

    ——Should have a moment to watch the news or read a paper, you would likely know that the greatest source of comedy right now comes from the actions and policies of governments.  We are just the victims.  If we laugh, it is to keep from crying.——

    In that it contains techno and futurist elements Exopolitics is far superior to broad-ass TV sitcoms. Once one accepts Exopolitical culture —–Exopolitics is not a culture, it is a field of study.  Wrong again.—–   as a form of multimedia expressionism, it becomes interesting in itself.  Most of these Exopolitical people are well educated, highly intelligent, powerfully motivated, quite different to the usual Pippin-style foil-hat Okies from Muskokie. —–I assume you mean Jerry Pippin.  At least be clear when you insult someone.  As for the Okies form Muskokie, please provide names.  They should at least have the opportunity to know their sad state and begin the corrective process to meet your criteria for persons of substance.——  That they are all most probably quite sane is an interesting psychological mystery in itself. That they do not turn into script writers is another mystery. Conventional media may be too small and conventional a form of expression.

    Like the aliens of Dr. Boylan, Exopolitical  aliens are always ——-Always?   Please break down the various exopolitical aliens as described by the scores of individuals engaging the disclosure process so we can properly assess if they ALWAYS engage in Flash Gordon daring-do etc, etc.——–   engaged in Flash-Gordon daring-do adventures against various Men In Black cabals. Such do not appear near gasworks or sewage treatment farms. They always appear in glamorous hi-tech inspirational backgrounds and their environment appears to be constructed of the techno world of image, symbol and metaphor rather than good alien flesh.

    Undoubtedly Exopolitics is Ufology at its best as post-modern Art Form. Warhol would have loved these sculpted multimedia manifestations and their do-anything say-anything claims for human habitations on Mars and Aliens in the White House.

    ——Warhol?  Is this just a name dropping exhibition?   Is it by chance a connection of a name to some aspect of the issue selected in the same fashion as the Manatees in the legendary episode of South Park where manatees selected words to create jokes for “Family Guy?——-

    Exopolitics also has the purely erotic nature of instant throw-away consumerism. Lets face it Exopolitics gives  give good intellectual sex. It represents the thinking persons Lady GaGa in the manner (in Britain) that arts TV woman Joan Bakewell once was said to represent the thinking mans crumpet.

    —See above.—

    Asking Exopoliticians for evidence of their claims and belief is rather asking Alf the Alien or Yogi Bear what kind of ice-cream they like. Fact in the strictest sense cannot be applied to Big Media. The liminal memes which make up the body of  Exopolitics just dont work that way; they are performers in a comic metaphysical drama. Exopolitics is pure theatre, and damn good theatre it is, too, We must remember that in our burgeoning Global Village there is no such thing as Cartesian distance. The Global Village is a quantum plasma. It works any way which way.

    Their blogs and emails alone make up one of the best English-language social comedies since Sheridan or Jonson, and it all is designed to get inextricably mixed with real politics. Take a look at this unblushing prose from Webre:

    A very real exercise in comparative exopolitics has come about simultaneously, (and perhaps sychronistically) in a Russian Federation and in the United States.  Exopolitics in a Russian state Duma have brought Russian President Dmitry Medvedev face to face with the same set of exopolitical issues addressed by the August 2010 ballot initiative for an Extraterrestrial Affairs commission in Denver, Colorado.

    Liberal Democrat Party representative and state Duma deputy Andrei Lebedev fears that extraterrestrials may have compromised Russias official secrets.  After hearing a TV interview in which the President of the Kalmyk Republic, Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, spoke of his meeting with an alien spaceship, Lebedev called for instant action, according to news reports in Russia.

    President Kirsan Ilyumzhinovs close encounter took place on Sep. 18, 1997, and Ilyumzhinov recalled it in a recent interview with TV presenter Vladimir Pozner. He stated that others might be skeptical, but added: I believe I communicated with them, I saw them. I probably would not have believed it, but there were three witnesses: my driver, the Minister and my assistant.  ABC News reports, Kirsan Ilyumzhinov was at home in his Moscow apartment when they came in and abducted him, taking him to their space ship where they communicated with him telepathically.

    Following President Kirsan Ilyumzhinovs revelation of his meeting with extraterrestrials, state Duma deputy Andrei Lebedev concluded that Ilyumzhinov had something to hide, and warned that sensitive information could have been passed to the interplanetary guests.

    Seattle Exopolitics Examiner
    http://www.examiner.com/x-2912-Seattle-Exopolitics-Examiner

    ——-Actually, this piece of news has already been covered in the BBC and may be significant.  It is quite possible a high political official has outed himself as a contactee.  We’ll look into it.  Don’t bother yourself.  Wouldn’t want to take you away from reading your Thesaurus.——-

    All good fun we say, but it often results in people taking things a bit too earnestly. Here is a quote from a private email:

    A note about the aliens I know and I promise to try and contain myself when I reference these bastards.

    I do not speak for other abductees and I do not speak about other alien beings visiting this planet of which there are apparently many. I speak of the SOBs that come to my house and remove me from my bed, whoever they may be.

    Bobby says they look like: http://www.ufoconspiracy.com/reports/three_second_eben.htm

    Anything and everything any of these aliens I know ever conveyed to me is a lie, flat out lie. At the time I did not realize they were telling me lies but upon returning home and finding out what happened to me I find once again they lied to me. What these bastards do to humans is a violation of our human rights. Our physical body is nothing more than to experiment with which makes one quickly realize we humans are no more than laboratory animals. My handlers occasionally take me, do their experiments and return me to bed and Im not supposed to not know the difference. I thought I had a horrible dream until I find blood on the sheets where bone marrow was removed or more tissue samples were taken, or more blood extracted.  And then I occasionally wake up screaming in pain, often very severe pain from yet another procedure. I have woken many times screaming in pain once I was returned to bed. I have scared the hell out of my wife several times when I woke and screamed because the pain was so severe but I could do nothing else but scream until the pain subsided.

    ——-Private email?  Then why in hell is it printed here.  Either identify its author or leave it out.  Your grade drops on.——-

    Exopolitics is now at a stage in the Web Petri dish where it is about to mutate and transform itself into an imitation toy political system. This relating to whole new systems of experience which relate minimally to the politics and economics of the old industrial world once called the real world.

    We have therefore a new form of political control whose existential base does not relate to objective facts and evidence any more than it relates to the horse-drawn carriage, or Gladstones Third Administration.

    ——-You think that exopolitics is going to be a “new form of political control?   Do you think the present political control mechanisms – those would be the ones backed by hundreds of billions of dollars and hundreds of years of solidification – should be quaking in fear.  Are you thinking maybe some exopolitician is going to come to your door and force you to join the Rosicrucians?——

    Here we have a completely new stage of story technology (see my feature for UFO magazine Did a Fishmonger Do It?).

    Media Fission: The Alice Fractal

    All cultures are advertising systems. Exopolitics is no exception. By and large, Exopolitics helps to manage and develop the core stories of our time. These stories are grouped around what might be called Domains. Examples of Domains include the Military Industrial Complex, the Pentagon, Area 51, NASA, and we may include Hollywood. All these Domains secrete hive-mythology. In their developed form they are the ultimate version of Kafkas castle as a Central Mythological Control ant hill full of deceptions, intrigues and cover-ups within the general alien conspiratorial mysterium.

    The most minor NASA report has only to mention the word space in some slightly different experimental context, and swarms of mythological theorists flock like gone-mad hive-bees even to a fragmentary and slightly ambiguous sentence containing the word. This is because they have been told (through countless films alone) that space is where aliens come from. As in the Garry McKinnon case, countless bloggers try to squeeze a thousand interpretations from a simple sentence mentioning space officers (most probably meaning astronauts). This is indeed a kind of imaginary affliction rather like the legendary Morgellons Disease.  ——-Talked to many Morgellon’s sufferers, have you?——  There are now thousands of people who form their entire lives around these virtual Exopolitical constructs just as a mass TV audience forms lives around the characters in popular soap operas and make the characters so alive within themselves that they live with them as fully-formed avatars. There is now a whole thriving psychiatric practice formed to de-programme Exopolitical-type belief casualties. Gone-mad TV aficionados have had the same facilities available to them for some time.

    ——Oh really, please provide explicitly the particulars of this”thriving psychiatric practice formed to de-program these casualties.  Names, orgs, places, etc. or frankly shut the hell up.  Now you are becoming truly insufferable.——

    These affectations of consumer-led junk culture such as Exopolitics we have seen previously, from sniffing glue to Bingo mania. In a harsh environment where for spiritual uplift there is nothing but political corruption and badly decayed religion, people understandably crave mind-sugar for uplift of any kind. From mind-drugs such as Exopolitics to heroin and speed, people long for a world other than the one they live in, which has no transcendental elements.

    Conventional media (by now looking pretty old-fashioned compared to Web media) cannot supply such exotic drugs as Exopolitics. Though comparatively young, Exopolitics can supply greater inspiration if only because it is young in spirit and appeals to a new generation tired of standard TV formulas. By pure manipulated suggestion an Exopolitical audience is willingly drugged into new image dimensions and made almost starving for UFO disclosure. One has the impression that as with TV again, many would be quite ill without such liminal food being forced into their mental veins hour after hour with ever-increasing frequency.

    ——I do hope the audience out there being willingly drugged by exopolitics `finds the opportunity to express their view of that to you in the various forms of communications available.  I’m sure they will shower you with gratitude for trying to save them from their gullibility – meaning you will be treated as a liberator.——

    There are of course some big differences between Exopolitics and TV.

    In contrast to Exopolitics, TV viewers dont have to search for evidence of their avatars. Countless numbers are there to be seen every night. Exopolitical viewers on the other hand have to search for the claimed aliens who do not have a common and easily accessible form. This is much more exciting than being served on a platter with predictable dumbed-down formulas. This gives Exopolitics a cerebral element almost totally lacking from TV, which is essentially a non-cerebral system. Whilst one of the few similarities is that both are addictive and both are consumer agendas, Exopolitics, unlike TV, does not praise its audience; it challenges them in the manner of a scrabble game or crossword puzzle.

    Whilst TV is physically attractive and allows instant access to limitless full-focus colour images, Exopolitical images of aliens (where there are any at all) are dark and obscure. Both image types as styles, whether clear or unreadable, are suggestion-arrays operating different types of mass-persuasion schema. Both offer the illusion of freedom of choice. Yet viewers of Exopolitics (yes, we can call them that) are, like the TV audience, at the mercy of much interweaving and overlapping image-control software mounted by many rapidly-evolving and different technologies.

    Another very important difference between Exopolitics and TV is that the former offers reality, whilst TV has no claims in that direction, except for so-called reality shows which are intended as jokes. In this sense here is another important difference: TV offers life-saving humour, whilst Exopolitics  offers no such thing; the aliens are conceived of as very boring and humourless with boy-scout New Age agendas enough to make an old hippy weep. Rather than aliens attacking us in the manner suggested by Hawking, the option of aliens boring the tits off us all has never been considered. Prim virtue does not figure in the Prime Time stakes of TV or Exopolitics.

    ——Actually, the mounting reports by the tens of thousands paint a very complex picture of multiple entities.  Talk to many contactees, have you?——

    As a nice paradox, Exopolitics states that aliens and their spaceships are all quite visible, and hence there is the tantalising possibility of a member of the audience discovering an alien and becoming as famous as Christopher Columbus. ——Actually, exopolitics doesn’t state anything.  Exopolitics is a field of study.  People involved in exopolitics state many things.  Do I have to keep repeating this?—–  TV soap operas are a bit outclassed in this respect. No film or TV viewer searches for the real (US) Captain Kirk in the supermarket, or the real (UK) Phil Mitchell at the barbers, although given present-day mass-conditioning they might note different approximate forms as they go about their daily lives. Thus are we all now in doll-thrall with movements such as Exopolitics acting as cybernetic protein-strings full of momentary sugar-fixes. The movement formed by Webre and Salla has another cleverly designed element. It represents a powerful kind of intellectual subversion: quite unlike TV, Exopolitics is anti-authority, and it joins hands with all those folk would like to see their beloved leaders admit to alien presence with all kinds of egg over their bland, politically-correct, social-democratic faces.

    This has resulted in a somewhat alarming form of pseudo-science-based pseudo-rationalism (in cyberspace all science is pseudo) ——Wow!!! That’s a really big one you just dropped on the living room rug.  Will the thousands of brutally hard, fully academic or commercial science websites now please come forward and deposit a cream pie on this poor, wretched writer so he can at least pass from this world in a fit of hypoglycemic bliss?——      as regards the full assembly in complete detail of aspects of superior alien culture(s). Thus scientific rationalism becomes another social-scientific cloaking-mystique in that it vectors the verisimilitude of the mutating story-lines. Undoubtedly, throughout our daily  lives, consciousness consists of such instantaneous processing of countless Media scripts mounted by various image-based story technologies.

    Exopolitics is therefore a big meme-game, rather like the SERPO and SPORE meme-games in that interested parties can add to the game-play themselves. Unlike traditional TV soap operas, entire families can participate and create their own episodes. Many of these alien tales and part-tales about UFOs and conspiracies are willingly broadcast by popular U.S. broadcasters such as Jerry foil-hat Pippin. No script in the conventional sense is needed. Just a thread of suggestions created on a kitchen table with a screen, a keyboard and a terminal. Yet story technology is the most powerful dialectical  viral form every created.

    ——Look, as one big thinker to another…..between you and me……lose the meme thing.   Just trying to help.——-

    As distinct from traditional TV soap operas, the virtual structures of our time such as Exopolitics contain a mock-cerebral element which aids their verisimilitude. Junior and Senior and Little Miss Muffet can add their thoughts, and the wonderful thing about thus new genre (for new genre it is) is that there is no censorship, no chance of rejection and every chance that someone somewhere will catch a fragment of make-believe. This story-fragment will feedback and breed other such fragments until this postmodern plasma becomes translated to the programmatic real. Thus every single mind, young and old has its own magic lantern theatre being fed by an ever-advancing Big Media power.

    This level of Virtuality might be called Entertainment Fission. TV alone has already created a form of life support machine in that the billions of images per second will eventually quite replace facts as causation. The Prime Mover will be the Media Star. For better or for worse, both Weber and Salla are moving towards this state, as is Sarah Palin, whose fundamentalist Christianity is but two cyber steps away from Exopolitics. Nothing else but the stuff of Performance and Personality (and here I again include the Exopoliticians) will be needed as science is relegated to becoming a support base for Big Media. The CERN Collider (for example) is producing as many metaphors, images and symbols as it is producing facts.  Exopolitics, like many other things ancillary to it, is a prototypal world. Eventually, given ever-increasing media power, its protein cells may push aside the so-called real world as described in the film The Matrix, or in a more sophisticated form by Borges story of TlUqbar, Orbis Tertius.

    ——Ok, you’ve gone all Marshall McLuhan on us here, and as everyone knows, no one ever really knew what the hell the great man was talking about.——-

    Thus Exopolitics is story-technology with a vengeance and as such it does not contain any kind of mechanical vector. There is no traditional progress in this non-dimensional Matrix-type plasma which represents a translation of older forms of political control into virtuality. People now live their entire lives within such imagined structures. In this brave new cosmos, people will be described and defined as atmospheres, rather than anything else. Fact will be relegated to body weight, height, and National Insurance Number. The old-fashioned trip or fix is brought up to date by Exopolitics and its myriad ancillary media forms.

    Such an induction of states of mind rather than induction of ranges of linear objective facts creates a more flexible and psychologically penetrative weapon than passive TV viewing. By comparison with Web-born memes, TV represents a steady low-frequency dosage episode by episode. These ranges of optional image-dilutions will of course maintain the illusion of virtual progress in time but only as a gaming-vector in turn. In this context, the buzzwords real and scientific and factual as used extensively by Exopolitics are nothing more than a fairground barkers shouts using borrowed phrases from a science which is now little more than a Prime Time silver screen  itself.

    Many landowners in Victorian times built huge follies, some of which still stand. Follies were ill-conceived playthings of the ill-educated nouveau riche who within a few generations found themselves with too much time and money on their hands. Such were symbols of perfect impracticality: whimsical, fanciful, eccentric decorations rather than buildings, follies were the precursors of the Hollywood mansions conceived by Fitzgerald in his novel, The Great Gatsby.

     Exopolitics is a similar folly of our own times. As a movement, it is a massive piece of Gormenghast junk, a prime cut from a pop-media supermarket. But then science and Cartesian rationalism both represent a similar kind of Baroque cave-painting by numbers. In a media-soaked Age, where consciousness itself may be described as living theatre, we cannot help but navigate mentally by such cartoons and dolls houses, which thrive rather like giant psychedelic mushrooms in our head.

    —As Jeff Spicoli might has said, “WHOA, that was really intense, man.”—

    What is the ultimate function of systems of story-lines such as Exopolitics? They force a mind to imagine. We are made to carry the story-lines as hatcheries in which memes act as mutant egg-cells.

    This may be the first indication of how a truly alien mind might work.

    ——-If this is the best you can do, Colin, it may be time to pack it in, find a quiet place away from this world you so painfully do not understand and spend quality time talking to your vegetables.   While I would be happy to debate you on these matters on public television in the UK, I fear it could turn out like one of those “crush videos” we have been hearing about.   Why traumatize a public already in the throes of “exopolitical delusions?”   I think Clint Eastwood as Harry Callahan said it best, “A man has to know his limitations.”   Let’s see if those limitations can be managed in Part 2.   Can’t wait.——-  
    Oh, almost forgot. F+ You get a few points for syllable count.———-

    Cheers
    Stephen Bassett, Exopolitical Activist and Meme Merchant at your service.

    Comment by Stephen Bassett — May 14, 2010 @ 8:49 am

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    Bassett,
    You are getting tired and emotional. I suggest you take a holiday on Mars, curtesy of one of Project Camelot’s SERPO heroes. Basaigo or Dean I am sure will take you there through their time machine. I will be going into all these matters this coming Saturday on Bill and Nancy Birnes’ new radio programme. Tune in, and since you are basically a nice fellow, you might get a mention, positive I can assure you!
    Colin Bennett

    Comment by Colin Bennett — May 14, 2010 @ 11:37 am

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    Sorry sunshine as soon as I read this:
    ————Exopolitics is not a “movement.” It is a field of study. The Disclosure process is a movement – an exopolitical movement.————–

    I broke into fits of laughter.
    Please?
    “Field of study” ?? Nobodies studying nothing. Its all a contrick, convened by people to generate money.
    Looks like you fell for it.
    Can I sell you Tower Bridge? Its mine, Honest !

    John Lear, Liar, Hoaxer and Fantacist meet Stephen Bassett an ‘Exopolitics Activist’
    Two disturbed individuals. Have fun boys.

    Comment by Chorlton — May 14, 2010 @ 5:11 pm

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    Exo’s are manipulative and disingenuous…anything for their cause…whether it is true or not…and it happened again within the last day! Salla and other Exo’s began pushing a video of a NH State Legislator saying that he had seen some secret Eisenhower briefing document.

    This is being pushed as news when in reality the State Rep probably saw the Eisenhower briefing doc that is part of the MJ-12 docs http://www.majesticdocuments.com/pdf/eisenhower_briefing.pdf

    This is not news…much in the same way Paul Hellyer citing Corso book as proof is not news.

    But is there any in depth look by the Exo’s to vett this NH State Rep?

    They don’t care where the story comes from, or even if it true…they just care about pushing their brand of propaganda….which is killing any real study of the phenomena…in fact Basset just said there mountains of evidence implying study is no longer required.

    Exo’s are fools that must be fact checked on every claim

    Comment by murnut — May 14, 2010 @ 9:23 pm

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    Child Brides from Outer Space

    Child Brides from Outer Space

    Update 16th May 2010

    Work in Progress: some Notes for Part 2. This may not be the final form of this material.

    The Web Animal: Totems in Cyberspace

    Human cultures are formed and controlled by different kinds of totem. Durkheim defined totems as the forming principle by means of which human groups see themselves as coalescing around some central principle, either mechanical or abstract. As such, totems are pure media by means of which consciousness is mirrored through some supposedly outer form, such as religion, royalty or racial / class bloodlines. Totems have the widest possible variety of forms: they vary from Christian Cross-worship to virtual worship of TV soap opera characters and charismatic performers in Pop, such as Michael Jackson. They can be mystical (belief in God, or extraterrestrial contact), physically ritualistic (identification with a football team), or quite rational, as with with science, perhaps the greatest totem in modern human history.

    The relationship of Mind with totem is never fixed. It can assume the profundity of the “still small voice” heard by Elijah on Mount Horeb (1 Kings 19:12), or provide the same service as a hot water bottle to a sick monkey. That both voice and bottle are transformed in the imagination of both parties to work the trick of change are good examples of what Jung called participation mystique. Within what Postmodernists call the transformation of the real, both “illusions” can well effect alchemical-like change within the whole complex of being. We ignore the “trick,” as we ignore the supports that fall away from a newly-launched ship.

    The ancient magical-participation concept of totem here is used as distinct from the more commonly accepted idea of paradigm, which expresses the idea of an objective intellectual and almost-conscious transformation of cosmology within a culture. The idea of the paradigm has a certain mechanically “scientific” ring of iron logic about it; it fitted the idea of change in a 19th century society where all processes of thought and action had mechanical analogues possessing that time-vector called “moral progress” which usually took the form of slavery, genocide, racism, and environmental disaster. In this respect, Professor Hawking gave recently the example of what happened to native Americans after the landing of Christopher Columbus.

    We need not fear the phrase “magical participation” if only because our world is run by magical systems: royalty, religion, Arts and Big Media are all such forms of image-based participation in that they are not scientifically formed in terms of the concept of “objective fact.”

    Due to the power of Big Media (which has quite replaced the power of Big Brother in our own world), the image not the fact is now dominant: everything consists of scripts, acts and performances. Even the “scientists” can be looked upon as rather splendid pieces of baroque rationalist theatre, with their times and angles, charts and statistics. These look very much like the two figures in Hans Holbein’s painting, The Ambassadors. In this painting, there arrayed upon the table behind the two ambassadors are the “measuring” instruments of the deep past. These were once articles of faith in a steady-state cosmos which once had that forward-moving time vector called Mechanical Progress, supposedly leaving behind a pit of fools and deluded madmen.

    The Coming of the Product: the New Scripts

    Totems of course have a life of their own. As non-carbon-based life forms, they have as many moods and tempers as the proverbial fish-wife. We now have the Product as totem. All our essentially postmodern forms of perception are formed by metaphors derived from the idea of the Product. The Product is a Big Brother cosmetic makeover: Orwell’s physically-threatening Hitler / Stalin faces on the screens in the novel 1984 have been transformed into the psycho-social elements of far more gentle techniques of mass-media persuasion.

    Pop culture as Product is now the New Estate. Pop elements of all kinds form the sacred part of a transaction ritual, worshipped as once were bits of the True Cross, Proletarianism, Elvis Presley, the no-bra bra, or the paperless office. The Product initiates a cool form of possession. Each item is worshipped, salivated over like the Shroud of Turin, the MILF Palin, or the flock wallpaper produced by the Hubble telescope.

    Exopolitics is such a modern embryonic totem. It is a cool-style form of consumer-inspired designer-led “possession.” Gone are the unfashionable voodoo chants, juju incantations and tarantula dances of the pre-electronic Ages. Processing domains as non-carbon-based life forms are good at disguising themselves whilst engaged in transformations of totem-mystique. Exopolitics is a cleaned-up modern techno-ritual, similar to the “clear” ritualistic techniques of old Ron Hubbard, but with one big difference: it is image-based. In this it is far more powerful than anything purely dialectical.

    As a movement, this power makes Exopolitics into a far more sinister thing than being a simple net of very human lies, mental illness or disinformation or psychopathic paranoia. The Projects Camelot and SERPO considered alone, Exopolitics represents the first big Web-borne modern coven detected since the old analogue disasters of Jonestown or WACO. Here is Web-borne meme-power with a vengeance.

    Apart from the cyber element, Exopolitics is pretty standard implicit occultism in theory and practice; as distinct from Scientology, Exopolitics is trying to will the alien into existence as Phillip the Ghost was once raised, and had he lived long enough, Michael Jackson for example might have gone in for it. As it is, there will be time for Madonna to abandon her Kabbala for Exopolitics and for Lady GaGa to put it into a new video. If only because people such as Christian fundamentalist Sarah Palin are but two cyber breaths away from Exopolitics, the movement is become superb modern pop-art with a vengeance. It will become almost irresistible to many of those who live already in a Jackson/GaGa world. Modern entertainment with a direct political element, combined with sinister diabolic manipulations practiced against those who happen to have famous surnames, such as Eisenhower and others I will not mention for fear of libel. No boiling cauldrons, or bats or pointed witch-hats – no. they are trying to change perception by the use of story technology.

    The “facts” of the industrial mechanical world have no meaning within the body of Exopolitics, which contains descriptions of colonies of UFO-abducted Americans on Mars. Goebbels said: repeat the lie often enough, and it will be accepted – although the idea of Americans being transported to Mars by means of a DARPA-built time machine might be a little too exotic even for Dr. Goebbels and Scientology.

    Here’s how Laura Magdalene Eisenhower was targeted by the secret “Mars colony” project team, practising deep-fried juju:

    “In her statement, Ms. Eisenhower details how Agent X, her principal “handler” from the secret Mars project, eventually confessed to her that “He knew a lot about me from numerous sources that overlapped with one another – from Freemasons, Knights Templar, to this hidden branch of the government that was behind creating this Mars mission. They understood me based on remote viewing and time travel devices and they also seemed to recruit people from the Freemasons and Knights Templar who were well aware of the Magdalene path. They seemed to all be connected, but someone was taking advantage of it all and trying to stay one step ahead of how nature may have unfolded as far as us coming together into Union. I did not know he was an agent until months into the relationship and I later found out that it was them who sent him to find me and it was all a set-up.”

    Again, in a way similar to Scientology, such victims of Exopolitical belief will have to be deprogrammed. Exopolitics is a Damian film seen in Fast Forward. They will select vulnerable people (such as Laura Eisenhower and Dan Smith for example) and frankly, they will brainwash them cleverly until they start seeing extraterrestrial aliens and Sophias all over the place. This is MKULTRA being given a modern consumer-led eschatological makeover. It’s all about Prime Time mystique. The victims are being dosed as if by a re-vamped brand of metaphysical detergent, and we know exactly which state-sponsored advertising agencies they are being dosed by. This is Huxley, rather than Orwell: no drugs, electric shocks or beatings, just an almost pleasant feeling of having lost a particular subliminal edit during a commercial break.
    In this, Exopolitics has parallels with the Millennial and Rapture Cults of the deep past. Though it is still too young in the cultural tooth to be regarded anthropologically as a genuine Western cargo-cult, this is almost certainly its final form.

    Watch this space!

    see http://www.henrymakow.com/cartier_mccloud.html

    See my article “Putting the Noise Back into the System” available on my web site.
    http://www.combat-diaries.co.uk
    Colin Bennett

    Comment by Colin Bennett — May 16, 2010 @ 1:02 pm

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    Sorry, fell asleep on the second para

    Comment by Chorlton — May 16, 2010 @ 5:03 pm

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    Chorley,
    I know that your remark was intended as a good-natured put down, and I could enjoy banter with you from here to eternity, but the matter is that there are serious issues at stake. Unless it is seriously challenged, Exopolitics will not only destroy conventional Ufology, it will destroy minds. This means that there are things far more important than either my ego or your ego at stake.
    Colin Bennett

    Comment by Colin Bennett — May 17, 2010 @ 1:18 pm

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    Colin.
    It wont destroy anything if people stop believing the rubbish.
    Its also worth noting that even putting exopolitics down and slagging it off as well as UFO stuff is giving them more publicity than they deserve.
    Exopolitics is total rubbish based on rubbish perpetrated by people with no other agenda than to make money.

    Thats the message you should be spreading.

    Comment by Chorlton — May 17, 2010 @ 5:31 pm

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    Colin…keep going…I for one am loving it.

    It is way past time to exercise the Exo-demons.

    Chorltes is just naturally grumpy

    Comment by murnut — May 18, 2010 @ 3:42 am

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    If eye witness testimony is evidentiary- and surely it is- then the Exopolitical meme is an outgrowth of the abduction phenomena. It accepts the testimony of abductees as real and by logical extension- alien presence on Earth. Conflated with StarTrek/ COS fantasy it has the makings of an incipient cult. But is it dangerous? Only to the the citizens only the various Jonestowns (like OMF) scattered across the intervoids. Nor is it supplanting serious Ufology.

    Comment by Lk Walker — May 18, 2010 @ 5:06 am

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    If eye witness testimony is evidentiary- and surely it is- then the Exopolitical meme is an outgrowth of the abduction phenomena. It accepts the testimony of abductees as real and by logical extension- alien presence on Earth. Conflated with StarTrek/ COS fantasy it has the makings of an incipient cult. But is it dangerous? Only to the citizens of the various Jonestowns (like OMF) scattered across the intervoids. Nor is it supplanting serious Ufology.

    Comment by Lk Walker — May 18, 2010 @ 5:09 am

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    The word is, Dont encourage stupidity, it does well enough on its own. Greer and Lear are prime examples. The more rubbish they spout the deeper the hole they dig.

    Comment by Chorlton — May 18, 2010 @ 7:58 am

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    Thanks, murnut

    Oh yes, I will keep going alright. There’s lots of new material coming up in this space in next few months. Thanks to RealityUncovered and the two Editors, we may have a possible RealityUncovered book on this subject ready for submission later this year.

    At the moment I am working on the journeys to Mars and back by the SERPO heroes of Project Camelot. According to Webre, they travel through a DARPA-built time machine.

    Just one of the mysteries about this mob is that they all regard themselves as being far above SF scriptwriters and book authors in their beliefs and statements. I am afraid dear Chorley is wrong about making money. As far as I know there are no Exopolitical foil-back blockbusters, and fortunately Exopolitics has not had the phenomenal success of say fellow-travelling movements such as Scientology. I am suspicious of a possible connection here, although I have no proof. The absence from the Exopolitical scene of Bill Ryan is suspicious. I would have expected him to jump on the Exopolitical bandwagon.

    With regard to Chorley’s point, Exopoliticians could make pots more money selling SF fiction to films and TV, because as fiction some of their inventions are admittedly better than the best commercial scripts. On the other hand, they could be sustained by private money, possibly Scientology, or a covert branch of such.

    Certainly there is something deep involved here. They are manipulating belief using metaphysics, not Marx. Should that sound odd, the world has always been governed by powerful metaphysical systems which include royalty, the arts, religion, and (of course) Big Media. Science is gradually being reduced to a support base for Big Media. see my remarks on the CERN Collider (previous)

    Lk Walker’s good points are noted. There is also a deep occult level which I shall be dealing with. The whole Exopolitical thing is a world-game/modelling programme in which the alien is under construction. The making of a model is of course the first stage in the creation of a golem. Lloyd Pye (alien skull) has appeared on Webre’s site, Roger Leir is still active, and recently an alien mandible has been “found” see
    http://www.google.com/search?pz=1&cf=all&ned=uk&hl=en&q=alien+mandible+found&btnmeta%3Dsearch%3Dsearch=Search+the+Web
    I do not agree with Chorley that Exopolitics will go away.
    To cut a very long story short the object of the game is create a world which pushes the “official” world aside, as in the manner of Borges’ short story Tlon Uqbar, Orbis Tertius. Such a transfer is suggested in my Article “Meme Wars: We Have an Agenda (see RealityUncovered)
    Exopoliticsl, good bad or indifferent is of interest in itself as a new phenomenon.
    Colin

    Comment by Colin Bennett — May 18, 2010 @ 9:07 am

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    The ubiquity of madness provokes the strange in sanity. Cheers Colin. “It’s all part of the game”.

    Comment by Puppetburglar — May 18, 2010 @ 9:11 am

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    Thank you Puppetburglar.
    As the Alchemist said to his apprentice, “the game may be rigged, but its the only game in town.”
    Big gaming systems such as Exopolitics have far more classier objectives than making money. All they want people to do is imagine in every sense that John Lennon meant it. Imagination control is political control. This is far more deadly than TV, which is deadly enough. TV turns the mind into pap, Exopolitics on the other hand, by exciting the mind, controls what Australian aboriginals call “the dreaming.” This is that sumbliminal thought-direction which some people call brain washing.
    Colin Bennett

    Comment by Colin Bennett — May 18, 2010 @ 1:04 pm

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    But Exopolitics has been around for years. What do you think Billy Meier was up to? That old nutcase was always as daft as he eventually became. His wife saw to that.

    It only has a resurgeance now as what with the Internet theres more gullibility around to take money from. I still maintain its money they want.

    Comment by Chorlton — May 18, 2010 @ 5:46 pm

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    Damn cant edit my post.
    It should read.
    That old Nutcase WASNT always as daft as he eventually became.

    Comment by Chorlton — May 18, 2010 @ 5:47 pm

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    The Exo’s have been around for years as the fringe of ufology…lol if that’s possible.

    Today they are ufology on the net, and the net has became most of what ufology is today.

    I have watched the Exo’s taking over for some time and at first, I saw no real danger….but with every email alert from Sall, Webre, and those like them, ufology loses a little more of it’s soul.

    The supposed heavyweights of ufology for the most part have stayed silent on this take over that I consider hostile.

    I would not be surprised if Exo’s are responsible for supporting “cases” they know are hoaxes to push their agenda.

    We already know that OMF is Exo controlled site….one of their admins is on Salla’s payroll

    Comment by murnut — May 19, 2010 @ 12:36 pm

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    Forgot to add that everyone knows OMF is a friend to hoaxers…Serpo, drones, UN/Source Pickle.

    Also, just what are the backgrounds of the other admins?

    Inquiring minds what to know

    Comment by murnut — May 19, 2010 @ 12:38 pm

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    I couldnt give a stuff about the freaks at OM. They banned me (or was it you Murnut) for actually daring to ask for proof from the raving loony Barry King.
    He doesnt have to prove his claims but I have to dissprove them?
    I love logic like that, gives me a……a……….a fuzzy type of feeling.

    Comment by Chorlton — May 19, 2010 @ 1:20 pm

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    Ha…I’ve been banned from OMF probably just as many times as the infamous Toon…maybe more.

    I’m not the same person I was two or three years ago…..again, you were right back then, I was wrong.

    I’m lucky to have made my escape, but I also realize that the Exo’s are a potentially dangerous internet cult that is going to require constant fact checking of them.

    They say they have plenty of fact…problem is they mostly don’t check out

    Comment by murnut — May 19, 2010 @ 3:45 pm

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    “Debunkers” what are they?
    Seekers of truth, as they claim to be?
    I don’t think so.
    Most debunkers seem to react immediately to any new proposition and they seem to shoot from the hip before they’ve made any attempt to research and evaluate the matter.
    Debunkers are people who have bought the reality, presented to us by those at the top of the pyramid, lock stock and barrel.
    They don’t like to question that reality because they feel safe in their manufactured world which gives them all the answers they think they need.
    Basically they are afraid of the truth, they react according to their “feelings” about a particular subject without actually doing any research. Oh Yes they’ll Google for the answers they want while ignoring dissident points of view.
    These people are dangerous, they must be stopped! They perpetuate the lies that our masters tell us thereby helping the masters to keep us in bondage.
    They won’t be educated, they’re similar to religious fundamentalists, whenever they’re confronted by evidence which doesn’t support their argument they resort to their mantras and/or personal attacks against the opposition.
    Lets see how they react when real solid tactile evidence of UFOs confronts their tiny little lives, wouldn’t I love to be a fly on the wall when that occurs.

    Comment by Felix — May 29, 2010 @ 1:40 am

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    It’s so frustrating when dealing with a Debunker. One of my closest friends is a “Passionate Skeptic” what ever that means. Just the description that they use for themselves shows a prejudice. Why “passionate”. Passion has no place in objective scientific research it causes bias.
    A skeptic is usually someone with a closed mind. Of course we need to question everything but the skeptics take it a step further, they question and debunk all in one step. Surely the debunking should be at the very end of the questioning process, not at the start.

    Comment by Felix — May 29, 2010 @ 1:48 am

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    Points well taken Felix, for which I thank you. Pleas read my “Scepticism as Mystique” article (download from UFO Store). I think you must consider that debunking is a process in itself, being a vital component regarding the construction of the “real.”

    We must do some systems-analysis to see the Exopolitical station clearly.

    We might consider that Scientology could indeed have created Exopolitics in an effort to re-invent itself. In a dumbed-down Age largely conditioned by non-cerebral media, the purely intellectual appeal of Scientology as originally conceived looks now rather drab. Scientology was born in a culture which saw 9-5 workers pour out from factory gates after having assembled a product judged to be “real” if only because such products were made metaphorically out of their own flesh and blood, and could be hit with a hammer to prove it (see Introduction to “Looking for Orthon” my book on George Adamski, and Introduction to “An American Demonology” my book on Project Blue Book). Now the Product as a concept has changed. Its connected processes cannot possibly be visualised in any old industrial sense of visual connectivity between separate parts. When in use, many products have almost no functional physical existence as concerns communication, relationships and ideas. The architecture of high-speed chips cannot be visualised in terms of a consciously-realised plan of parts related to one another. With the advent of cloud computing the situation will get worse, with “intelligent” software breeding system-animals in their own right, one of which could be Exopolitics.

    Ron’s idea of auditing the somewhat rigid “dianetic” connections between various sub-levels of imageless strata doesn’t appeal to a generation used to (or governed by) trillions of powerful images per second from many different sources, many of them being virtual as distinct from “real.” Rather it looks like an old-fashioned cross-word puzzle or scrabble from days of yore.

    As distinct from a specific finite conspiratorial connection, Exopolitics could be using Scientology as a chaser-analogy to try and imitate Ron Hubbard’s undoubted commercial and public success.

    The main difference being that Hubbard of course confined his wildest speculation to his paper-published science fiction, if only because he had no alternative. If Hubbard were alive now, he would no doubt have been most intrigued with the concept of fictions jumping into cyberspace and becoming liminal forms, that is becoming something else other than the historically conceived idea of fiction being a thing or things judged merely “unreal” in terms of some grossly over-simplified mechanical-industrial sense.

    Though extraterrestrial aliens might well exist, Exopolitics has absolutely nothing to do with disclosure or “contact.” It is a new form of political control suitable for a burgeoning cloud-computing Age in which what we experience as “real” can be programmatically controlled and manipulated at will without any Orwellian threats. We will go to sleep being entertained which is far more effective than being hit with a big Nazi stick.
    We will enjoy our incarceration. Few will see the prison walls closing in on the viewing settee.
    Exopolitics is about mythological engineering within the context of advanced Big Media technologies.

    Watch this space!

    Colin Bennett
    Author, London
    Editor, The New Fortean Times
    http://www.combat-diaries.co.uk

    Comment by Colin Bennett — May 29, 2010 @ 6:14 pm

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    Another Game! Starring: Men.

    As someone that you might consider a novice, might I just tell you all how infuriartingly difficult it is for anyone to get a handle on what sort of progress we’ve made in our understanding of the truth? For when one naively delves into this giant web, all that us “novices” see is finger pointing, back stabbing, name calling, “disinfo”, and the list goes on. Is there any one source that we can look to, rely on, paraphrase?

    I am college educated, part of mainstream America, a mother, living a successful life—–and while I’m not sure I fit your average stereotype of a UFO enthusiast, the good news is that I have no vested interest in whether the UFO phenomenon is true or not and I don’t consider it my job to convince anyone one way or the other. I am free to do my own research and make my own conclusions. I come to the table squeaky clean, untrained, and with only my untainted “gut” as my guide.

    Having said that, I find that, indeed, there is something to the UFO phenomenon, but that’s something most logical-minded people can conclude with little problem. It’s a big universe, and how silly to imagine we could be the only living beings in its never-ending reach. In fact, you’ll find that most people agree with this ascertation and you need only to look at the polls and the statistics to find that is true.

    Are they visiting? I don’t know. My husband (a pilot) saw a UFO, and two years ago, my daughter saw one while at camp. (She was 17 at the time.) What did they see? I don’t know, but I know them both to be logical and intelligent people who have no reason to make up stories. In fact, neither one of them have a passing interest in this phenomenon now. Some of the most remarkable and intelligent people I know believe there is life on other planets and that they may well be visiting.

    There seem to be some very credible people who have stepped up to the plate and admitted as much, including military persons, astronauts, pilots, doctors, and the like. I don’t think every person who has stood up and said such a thing is lying.

    The point I’d like to make is this: If there is such a phenomenon happening here on earth today, I have nothing but disdain for the people who are tyring to hijack it, make it their own, use it for credibility, to make a name for themselves, to confuse or convince or lie or gain. For what could be the most important event to happen in the history of man belongs to all—to everyone—and not a select group of people who have turned this phenomenon into a circus side show, complete with spies and subterfuge. This isn’t about who is right and who is wrong….It’s about coming to some sort of truth about the whole thing, about interesting other people to wake up and do some thinking on their own. But instead, anyone who wishes to delve into this subject quickly drowns in the blood bath that is the UFO arena. The whole topic has been hi-jacked by a bunch of men who seem to see war as a way of settling everything—even if the war is with words.

    The UFO phenomenon doesn’t depend on any of you pundits to exist. If there are aliens visiting our planet, they’re there whether you believe it or not, can see them or not, think Greer is a genius or an ass. The aliens are there whether or not Bill Ryan has a hard-on or is being chased with a castration iron. This is a game that YOU are all playing, and go ahead, enjoy it! But dont’ ever confuse your little version of reality with what is going on in the greater world, okay? Because there’s a whole lot of us who are looking up at the sky at night and wondering “what if?”. In fact, there are millions and millions of people in the world who are looking to understand our earth’s true history and the reality of the universe. That’s some serious stuff. And if you think for a moment that any our questions are dependent on your little in-fighting and source vetting and SERPO crap, you are just plain wrong.

    This is not a video game.

    This is real life.

    And someday, we will know the truth. And that truth stands on its own.

    It doesn’t need you.

    Comment by Blink — May 31, 2010 @ 9:19 pm

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    What happened to my post?

    Unfortunately for you, I’ve saved it. I’ll post it on other sites and let others know your forum is not open or welcoming to other points of view.

    I was simply trying to state that despite all the “in fighting” that goes on in UFO cirlces, us “novices” out here are hoping for a truthful and enlightening discourse to occur one day. There are millions of us that don’t give a damn about your “outings” and your “debunkings” and all the subterfuge that occurs on your websites every day. What we really care about is “the truth.” What we really care about is what the UFO phenomenon means to mankind. I believe that one day–the truth will come out either way, and that will happen with you or without you “insiders.” The truth doesn’t depend upon your permission, your debunkings, your man-o-wars. The truth is just the truth and it exists in a reality all of it’s own.

    Never forget that these chicken fights between factions serve a purpose for you. But not for the rest of us. We’re just looking for the truth. And thankfully, it is independent of your dramas.

    The future belongs to all the people…not just the folks that think they own it and claim it. It doesn’t belong to Greer, or Hawkings, or Ryan….or you. It is exists in an entity all of its own.

    Here’s hoping the truth about this planet’s history, it’s future and its present sees the light of day.

    Isn’t that the point of all of this?

    Comment by Blink — June 1, 2010 @ 3:38 am

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