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UFOs: “Deception…Is The Key To This Whole Business”

by Nick Redfern           March 14, 2018          (mysteriousuniverse.org)

• The 1950’s was the heyday for the ‘Contactee/Space Brother’ movement wherein people like George Adamski (pictured above) were routinely visited by benevolent non-terrestrial beings. Also known as “Orthons”, these Space Brothers have appeared throughout history on mountain tops, in deserts, and have appeared to walk on water, or fly in the sky. The Contactee is a sort of psychic lightning-rod who is highly susceptible to receiving psychic messages. The Orthon will plant ideas and stories into the mind of the Contactee as a seed to spread these ideas to the rest of the population. These implanted ideas are meant to provide a helpful cultural message to humanity. Orthon was the name of Adamski’s Venusian ‘space brother’ whom he “met” in November 1952.

• In his book Looking for Orthon, the late Colin Bennett explains that these Orthon’s are figments of the imagination triggered by extraterrestrial forces for the purpose of implanting information into a susceptible Contactee, including the physical presence of the being itself. The Contactee is certain that he has met an actual physical being, and may even photograph it. So there is a measure of deception and manipulation happening. The psychic implant may also extend to materializing objects and situations.

• In his book Passport to Magonia, Jacques Vallee says that Orthons and Space Brothers may be a form of ‘alien’ life that has been with us for a long time. Such ethereal beings are part of the structure that creates a “mystical experience” in a Contactee. When someone says that they’ve seen a fairy being, and another says that is impossible as fairies don’t exist, it still leaves the idea of the possibility that nevertheless, they may in fact exist.

• Writes Vallee, “[Orthons] allow humanity to breathe and access a Matrix world in which anything that can be imagined can happen. It might be denied by [the] social-scientific left, but the truth is that dreams, fantasies, and mystical experiences of all kinds play an absolutely essential part in all human mental operations.”

• “George Adamski played a significant part in establishing New Age thinking,” continues Vallee. “It might be well to remember that the entire body of our moral philosophy and spiritual life is formed by visions and inspirations… Those who thoughtlessly dismiss mystical experience cut themselves off from all art, literature, and no small part of all thought and philosophy… The greatest tribute that can be paid to Adamski is that through both foul means and fair, he helped to create one of the very few routes to the unconscious that we have.”

 

As some readers of Mysterious Universe will know, one of my big interests is the Contactee/Space Brother phenomenon, which was most prominent in the 1950s. It’s a subject which is very often derided by many in Ufology (and, at times, with good reason…). But, that doesn’t take away the fact that the issue is an important one. Of those who tackled the whole controversy, certainly one of the most knowledgeable was the late Colin Bennett. He wrote what – in my opinion – remains the most important and insightful book on contactee George Adamski. The title of Colin’s book? Looking for Orthon – Orthon being the alleged name of the equally alleged alien that Adamski claimed to have met in November 1952.

Back in 2009, I interviewed Colin about his ideas on Adamski, the Space Brothers and the Contactee crowd. And, today, I thought I would share with you – and without interruption – Colin’s observations on those long-gone times of the 1950s when the Contactee movement ruled the ufological roost. Colin, who died in 2014, told me:

“Many Orthons have appeared throughout history. The equivalents to Adamski’s Venusian ‘space brother’ have appeared on mountain tops, in deserts, and have appeared to walk on water, or fly in the sky. Their sole function is to sow seeds in the head; just as a farmer grows a particular crop. These seeds act on the imagination, which replicates and amplifies whatever story-technology is around at the time. People such as Adamski and the rest of the contactees were, and still are, like psychic lightning-rods for certain brands of information. Undoubtedly, rich or poor, clever or dumb, they are possessed by a kind of higher cerebral disturbance, and like Moses, they are as prepared for the ‘visitation’ as they anxiously await for a new product brand, for the equivalent to RFID-type branding is what ‘contact’ is all about.

“Contactees are host-nutrients for whatever cultural sales lines are on offer from visions conjured up by clouds, sea or sand. The message is ‘consumed’ and thoroughly processed exactly as a viral product is absorbed. The incomprehensibility of the received stories is irrelevant. They represent a heavily codified branch of postmodern intellectual consumerism. In receiving ‘messages’ at all, Contactees are bar coded as it were, and elements of the induced story-technology are ready to crystallize out into that final alchemical stage called the mechanical real. But we must be careful here. As the alchemist said to his apprentice, ‘The game may be rigged, but it’s the only game in town.’

“Deception and all its ramifications is the key to this whole business. This does not burst the bubble of the mystery however, for manipulative levels of faction may well be our first clue as to how a possible alien mind might work. If the levels of deception of all kinds in human culture are anything to go by, the range of such within an alien culture must be both multiple and profound.”

“The ‘space-folk’ are sculptured by wars between rival viral memes competing for prime-time belief. It may be that, as an independent form of non-organic life, memes as active viral information can display an Orthon entity at a drop of a hat. They come complete with sets of cultural agendas. After they have rung the doorbell as it were, and the goods are sold, these metaphysical salesmen disappear like the traditional Men in Black, no doubt traveling on to seed other dreams in other towns and other heads. The goods we have unwittingly bought are half-formed memories of having met someone from another world.”

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The MJ12 Documents: The Government’s Position

by Nick Redfern         December 9, 2017           (mysteriousuniverse.org)

• In 1980, William Moore co-authored the book,The Roswell Incident. Soon thereafter, Moore was contacted by intelligence insiders who would covertly pass along intelligence information. In 1984, Moore’s friend, tv producer Jaime Shandera received a roll of film of photos of MJ-12 documents. Moore, Shandera, and Stanton Friedman studied and attempted to authenticate the documents for 2 ½ years.

• MJ-12 or Majestic 12 is a clandestine UFO/extraterrestrial oversight group, above the President, created in 1947 in the wake of the Roswell crash. It was/is comprised by twelve elite military, scientific, and intelligence officials.

• In 1987, Timothy Good published his book, Above Top Secret, and revealed the existence of MJ-12 along with leaked copies of MJ-12 documents. With the release of Good’s book, William Moore released his information on MJ-12 as well and it all went public.

• According to Jacques Vallee, when the FBI were given these MJ-12 documents, they turned away in disgust, professing no interest in the matter. When UFO debunker Philip Klass contacted the FBI about the alleged MJ-12 documents in 1988, the FBI opened an investigation. Also in 1988, an unauthorized Air Force agent gave the Dallas FBI office a file of MJ-12 documents. The Air Force immediately told the Dallas FBI that the documents were part of a number of these fake documents circulating around the United States. They told the Dallas FBI office to close the investigation.

• In 1993, the Air Force told this article’s writer, Nick Redfern, that they never had any MJ-12 documents in their possession and that MJ-12 doesn’t exist. Furthermore, the Air Force had never discussed MJ-12 with the FBI. The Air Force could not, however, provide any documents or evidence showing that they actually investigated the matter. Today, the FBI’s investigation into MJ-12 is officially “closed”.

• In the 1990s, investigator Timothy Cooper brought to the FBI hundreds more pages of MJ-12 documents, but they never made it to the public domain.

• Redfern ponders: ‘how was the Air Force able to determine that the papers were faked if no investigation on their part was undertaken?’ Was it just an opinion based on the unlikely nature and content of the documents?

[Editor’s Note] Amazingly, Redfern takes the side of the Air Force cover-up, agreeing that the MJ-12 documents (presumably all of them) are bogus fakes. He considers the Air Force’s arbitrary dismissal of such a clandestine deep state government UFO committee to be “both understandable and reasonable”. Redfern ends the article flippantly, saying “[it] is time, methinks, for the rotted corpse to be laid to rest, once and for all,” the rotted corpse being the very existence of an MJ-12 oversight committee. It was all just a rumor. Really Nick?

 

It has been thirty years since the original, so-called “MJ12 documents” surfaced. In 1987, Timothy Good’s bestselling book Above Top Secret was published. One of the most-talked-about aspects of Good’s book was the mention of a supposed top secret research and development group established in 1947 to deal with highly classified UFO data. Referred to as either Majestic 12 or MJ12, it was said to have been created in the wake of the notorious events at Roswell, New Mexico in July 1947. It was said to have been comprised of military personnel, scientists, and the elite of the U.S. Intelligence community. Not only that: Good published copies of what were said to be leaked MJ12 documents that told of (a) the establishment of the group; (b) the apparent crash of a UFO, complete with alien bodies, at Roswell; and (c) a briefing given in 1952 on the matter to President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Shortly after Good’s publication of the documents, additional copies surfaced in the United States. They came from the then research team of well-known ufologist Stanton Friedman, William Moore (the co-author, with Charles Berlitz, of the 1980 book The Roswell Incident) and Jaime Shandera (a television producer). Moore had been working quietly with a number of intelligence insiders who had contacted him shortly after publication of The Roswell Incident. From time to time various official-looking papers were passed onto Moore, the implication being that someone in the U.S. Government, military or Intelligence Community wished to make available information on UFOs that would otherwise have remained forever outside of the public domain.

It was as a result of Moore’s insider dealings that a roll of film negatives displaying the MJ12 documents was delivered in the mail to the home of Shandera in December 1984. Moore, Friedman and Shandera worked carefully and quietly for two and a half years in an attempt to determine the authenticity of the documents. With Timothy Good’s release, however, it was decided that the best course of action was to follow suit. As a result, a controversy was created that still continues to this day. At least, it continues to a small degree. Most people in Ufology have moved on from the MJ12 documents. But, they still occasionally cause a brief raising of eyebrows, such as when the latest batch surfaced earlier this year. Who remembers them now? I try not to.

Jacques Vallee, UFO author, investigator, and former principal investigator on Department of Defense computer networking projects-stated in his book Revelations that the FBI turned away from the MJ12 documents in “disgust” and professed no interest in the matter. Papers and comments made to me by the FBI and the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, however, reflect a somewhat different scenario. It was in 1988 that the FBI’s investigation began – after the late UFO skeptic/debunker Philip Klass contacted the FBI and told them all about the supposedly leaked, highly-classified documents and who had put them in the public domain.

We also know – thanks to the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act – that what was possibly a separate autumn 1988 investigation was conducted by the FBI’s Foreign Counter-Intelligence division (operating out of Washington and New York). Some input into the investigation also came from the FBI office in Dallas, Texas – the involvement of the latter confirmed to me by the Dallas office in the early 1990s.

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The Quantum Hologram Harmonizes Two Important UFO Hypotheses

Edgar MitchellThe Quantum Hologram model proposed by Dr. Edgar Mitchell (seen in the photograph), Dr. Rudy Schild , Dr. Walter Schemp and other capable scientists valiantly expanding theoretical constructs that may better explain ‘anomalies’ and empirical data (however unconventional it may be)… should be studied. This model includes and transcends a net physical explanation that some UFOs – if genuine – are physical machines or devices. This valid hypothesis (largely based on the recorded physical effects of UFO’s) is also often associated with the ETH or “extraterrestrial hypothesis” (normally associated – but not limited – to the idea of technological advanced physical beings, for instance, as proposed by physicist Dr. Stanton Friedman). However, the Quantum Hologram (or QH) also includes and transcends the hypothesis that some genuine UFOs can well be some sort of mind-like, information-control mechanism which can be interpreted also as cybernetic-like (as proposed by Jacques Vallée’s ‘software’ – like, information control mechanism which can exert control on our reality, our minds and society and which – curiously enough – can also be theoretically invaded and modified by human agency). Needless to say, the latter position can also be confounded with UFO entities thought to be limited to existence as spiritual beings but that is another discussion.

So – to simplify – is the UFO phenomenon primarily based on technologically advanced physical machines (the nuts & bolts approach) or is it an  information control mechanism as Dr. Jacques Vallée proposes? It is BOTH through a reality and mechanism that includes and transcends both interpretations. That reality and mechanism would be the Quantum Hologram and – if it becomes useful to solve the UFO quandary and other so-called “paraphysical” quandaries- it is bound to become widespread news as part of a more complete, scientifically robust proposal applicable both to conventional physics and to the unconventional (more mind-interacting) physics of UFOs and other phenomena that combine the qualitative, subjetive, meaningful and experiential with the objective and material.

 With the Quantum Hologram approach we need not have to choose between either the nuts & bolts or the information options. Both can be seen as integrated.

A sophisticated understanding of the QH would be what many advanced extraterrestrial civilizations would have mastered to “collapse” space-time and-or to transfer themselves by delocalizing themselves from physicality and then “materializing” to the region of physical universe desired. The information aspect of the QH would define the type of physicality these beings may be able to “relocate” themselves in, including variable physical densities, time frames and time frequency rates. Moreover, the term “Interdimensional” could acquire a more nuanced and precise meaning.

 The QH would supplement other forms of achieving dettachment from classical physical limitations, such as the canceling of gravitons through the generation of micro black holes and Kaluza-Klein particles (associated to a 5th spatial dimension) and Alcubierre space-time metric distorsions (about which I’ve written elsewhere in Exonews here and here).

The QH may also supplement the findings of Nassim Haramein about the geometric structures maintaining vectorial equilibrium of forces and interconnecting all of space-time at the vacuum level.

The QH reconciles apparent irreconcilable opposites through its compatibility with a “both-and” explanation, a more inclusive, relational logic or way of thinking with a third ontologically real element existing in a higher level of reality as transdisciplinarity philosopher Basarab Nicolescu might agree. The emerging science and society suitable for living more sanely under the recognition of non-local interconnectivity and its effects on classic space-time would quite likely make use of this kind of more inclusive logic and, moreover, corresponding technological advances would ensue.

Without this logic of deeper relationship and complementarities capable of assisting us to generate a more complex (and simultaneously more fundamental and simpler) worldview of greater unity and connectivity and of being engineered with concrete “para” physical effects, the fragmenting tendencies of human societies – instinctively and academically – operating for the most part under classic, binary, two-value logic will be incongruous with the need to harmonize the human species on a planetary scale, now that we are experiencing ever-growing complexity, interdependence, an increase in uncertainty and interconnectivity.

The news here is that, to create a viable planetary society capable of intelligently dealing with many exopolitical situations (as humanity’s political relations with intelligences that may surpass and ‘control’ spacetime), we’ll need to grow up in order to function in practical manners under that more inclusive “both-and logic” with an included middle also compatible with the QH model representing a higher level of reality reconciling classical opposites. Thus, we urgently need to know more about why the QH model is helpful on many respects.

The QH Model (Quantum Hologram Model) possesses a key aspect interpreted as information frequencies (currently under Fourier Transform mathematics). Every physical object can be re-interpreted as these frequencies. It also possesses a classical, physical, particulate aspect when the coherent decodifiers of those frequencies coincide with those frequencies. Thus, the QH acommodates both informational and physical complementary aspects of a more integrated reality. It would be an expression of the science of the future emerging today and useful to help us overcome some of the “either-or” dichotomies limiting the human mind and our experiences to a life of disconnection within the confines of space and time separation. It may be useful to establish any intelligent, future dialogue with physical beings capable of collapsing and modifying space-time by using a more inclusive, pre-physical reality and its associated logic.

The QH model would be compatible with my proposal about the role of experience and observation and the corresponding  actualization of (time forward and time-backward) wave function possibilities (originating in a pre-physical, purely informational, subtle-mental realm in which exterior ‘objects’ and “systems” are equally co-causal with interior, subjective and intersubjective experiences). The vaster array of experiential possibilities themselves would be ‘reduced’ or limited to a set of probabilities coinciding with a particular physical system’s self-consistency and coherence a perspective from which the experienced observation is made. Future possibilities as causes and past causes as possibilities would be combined to achieve the observational coherence under what may be called (in Inca-Andean terms) a “Tinkuy” or creative coming together of worlds.

In my view the Quantum Hologram would be an interphase between all possibilities allowed by the mental subtle realm of existence causally operating under a more inclusive logic and all posible coherent physical universes or systems causally operating under a classical logic. This decodification and actualization (also as a form of decoherence) might perhaps extend to all fractal scales (also within the vacuum itself), particularly if there is a form of panpsychism also capable of different degrees of decohering observation-experience in every scale.

Besides that “mouthful” or complex phrasing about emerging explanatory concepts that – in my view – are necessary and can also be consistently associated with the QH, I reiterate that the news here (the good news here) is that the QH model is already capable of acommodating two of the most important interpretive positions that stand to reason to be the nature of genuine, sufficiently verified, intelligently interacting, ‘otherworldly’ UFOs:

A ‘software-cybernetic-information’ interpretive position about their mind-like and-or information-like-modifying quality affecting physical nature, our minds and society and the more classical “nuts & bolts” interpretive position so popular in classical scientific ufology (or of ufology attempting to be as scientific as posible under classical thinking) and an interpretive physicalist “nuts & bolts” position, especially noted during the late 1940’s “Project Sign” era and during the 1950’s contactee era in which “flying saucers” where seriously (and mostly exclusivistically) considered to be physical devices. The QH simultaneosuly acommodates what can be called a “virtual,” information-aspect described as frequencies and a solid, material, “within space-time” aspect.

Now we have a model that ushers in part of what we need to know. It ushers in the future by acommodating both basic interpretive positions and may even be useful to bring the UFO mystery into a more scientifically-pallatable framework, helping scientists interested in this subject  to “come out of the closet” whilst  maintaining their credibility and respectability.

 See the video from Dr. Rudy Schild conference: “Modern Miracles and the Quantum Hologram”

What is the Quantum Hologram? Brief essay by Dr. Edgar Mitchell

By Giorgio Piacenza

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