By Neil Gould.
Catchers of Heaven
, A trilogy written by Dr Michael Wolf, (Kruvant
), born of Eastern European Jewish immigrants. He was abducted at 11 years old, (I was not where I was supposed to be and I was not where I was not supposed to be either
) later to find out that his parents were abductees. Wolf was one of the foremost whistleblowers with regard to the UFO/ET phenomena within the secret government.
Â Dr Wolf brings tremendous insight to the reader, as a member of the secret government, MJ12 and head of the Alphacom Team assigned to interface with the extraterrestrials and to find out more about them, their physiology, and purpose etc. Some of whom he worked with at secret bases in the USA. Dr Wolfâ€™ explains how his education was part paid for by the CIA, since his early talents were recognized. He achieved an MD in Neurology, PHD in theoretical Physics (it was like entertaining god
), a degree in computer science; he had flown missions in Vietnam as a flight surgeon and acted in a Frederico Felini film 81/2 as an extra.
He pioneered the Gateway treatment, the higher mental powers development project; a method that expanded the use of the mind (current use is 10 â€“15% of the brain neurons
) thus giving â€œour sideâ€ greater advantage against â€œadversariesâ€ . His bosses removed all traces of his education, something that is quite common where credible people have been exposed to Black Operations.
Dr Wolf explains how he decided to â€œtell it all
â€, after his wife and son Daniel were tragically killed in a car accident (terrorist attack
) and Dr Wolf himself was hospitalized whilst in a 2-week coma. He began writing the book in 1953 and first published it in 1993.Â . Deeply affected by his personal tragedy Dr Wolf decided his bookâ€™s proceeds go to, “The Daniel Wolf Memorial Foundation for the Children, Inc
Having contracted cancer and having left his employ, he talks of no longer being able to obtain his life giving â€œhoneyâ€,
and was on a slow road to death. With this in mind Dr Wolf began the tell all
of his life from the days of study, when he would act as a courier to Eastern Europe on behalf of the CIA to his operational work which involved weapons technology, interaction with ET and the cloning of a human being (GI) called J.O.E whom he helped escape when it resisted an order to kill a dog. The genetic material was from Dr Wolf himself. Dr Wolf worked at S4.
At times, Wolf seems to slip in and out of reality as would happen to any cancer sufferer who undergoes the pain killing treatment with halucegenic drugs. However, he never strays from the high level of descriptive information and uses all the technical words, competently, thus giving credence to his testimony. ( wave particle duality, Fortran 77, DARPA, 130 SS-19s, MJ12SSG, Project Dart, underground facilities at Dulce, Viewtree mountain facility, Sandia National Labs in New Mexico, to name a few
His goals are expressed at the introduction to the book; the study of a history of time in the universe; the natural laws and forces of the universe; an argument against the Big Bang Theory of creation of the universe; and an argument for a new Grand Unified Theory (GUT) of everything in the universe. This work describes the neighbors in the universe that have come to visit man and how they are able to get here – the nearest neighbor being thirty to thirty-two light years away; and why some of these neighbors chose to come to this planet (specifically those who have a interest, vested or invested, and those who are only tourists passing through
Dr Wolf explains, â€œThe extraterrestrials traverse the galaxy by manipulating space and time to pull their destination towards them. Time is reduced to zero, and acceleration is increased to infinity.â€
The readerÂ becomes aware ofÂ the extent that this government has hidden its ET technology which could advance science and prevent damage to the planet. Wolf discloses the existence of zero point energy, a free energy from the quantum vacuum of space which could set man free from his addiction to oil. A conflict is reported between the aliens and the military in which deaths occurred on both sides. The existence of bases where ET and humans work together is disclosed. When a dying man lays testimony to these revelations, with the proceeds of his book going to charity, it is hard to accuse Dr. Wolf of profiteering.
Dr Wolfâ€™s pain never leaves the reader. His losses, his regret over his work for the secret government; his lost time away from his family especially his deceased son Daniel. Precious lost time that he could never retrieve. His absolution is obtained by his emphasis on unconditional love for others and a love for kids. Throughout the book, one feels Wolfâ€™s desire to be reunited on the â€œother sideâ€ with his beloved family.
Neil Gould is a Member of the Board of Directors