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The Man Who Turned Wycliffe Well Into Australia’s UFO Capital

by Eden Gillespie                    May 24, 2019                    (10daily.com.au)

• In 1985, Lew Farka took over a 60-acre property with a roadhouse/gas station at Wycliffe Well in the Northern Territory of Australia and transformed it into alien theme park after learning about the long history of UFO sightings in the area. There were even handwritten records from World War II servicemen who wrote about spotting UFOs during the night. He only planned on staying five years, but ended up spending 25 years and $4 million dollars on the place, putting the Northern Territory on the map for UFO enthusiasts.

• Farka claims to have spotted more than 30 UFOs until he packed up and sold the place in 2009. The UFOs look like “light bulbs” – “great big balls of light” hovering 10 kilometres from the caravan park for 40 minutes each night. Then they would take off like “a rocket” into the sky. At one point, Wycliffe had a UFO encounter every day for almost a month. At the end of that month, one of the UFOs veered a bit from where it normally was and came into the caravan park. “[E]veryone scattered like you wouldn’t believe,” Farkas said. “We lost some kangaroos that panicked, the horses and the donkeys and the camels, everyone went crazy.”

• Farka believes Wycliffe Well lures extraterrestrials because of its “ley-lines” or “energy lines” that run along the earth. “It’s like a highway for them. In our area, it’s the crossroads, so no matter where they were going in the world they’d be crossing over in the Northern Territory,” says Farka. He also notes that they may be connected to the top secret military installation at nearby Pine Gap, a US satellite surveillance site in Alice Springs. But there hasn’t been a UFO sighting at Wycliffe since 2017.

• At its peak, Wycliffe attracted backpackers from all over the globe. The property had country dancing, a mini zoo to be proud of with kangaroos, peacocks and emus, and the largest range of beer in the Northern Territory, offering around 300 different beer labels. “In those days the Northern Territory was like the Wild West. There was a small population, the road wasn’t filled. Anybody with inspiration, with ideas, you could just do what you liked,” Farka said.

• Farka’s daughter, Elvina, is now in her 30’s and a top fashion photographer based in Singapore. The kids and their mother were forced to leave Wycliffe Well to be closer to the Alice Springs school, a four hour drive away and would only visit on weekends or school holidays. The Farka kids were ridiculed over their extraordinary family business. “There was an Elvis statue in the middle of the park and alien masks, Wycliffe t-shirts, it was mortifying for me. But I look back on it now and I think that was…cool,” said Elvina. She holds fond memories of her dad dressing her in a tiny alien costume.

• When it comes to the existence of aliens, Elvina and her brother Ben don’t doubt that we’re not alone. “There are so many theories about why they’re here, whether they’re us from the future, or that we’ve got a particular energy on this planet that they have the power to harness,” Elvina said. “As a human race, you’ve got to be relatively naive to think there’s nothing else out there,” added Ben.

 

Lew Farka lived in Wycliffe Well, in the Northern Territory, and claimed to have spotted more than 30 UFOs until he packed up and sold the place in 2009.

According to Farka, UFOs look like “light bulbs” and he believes Wycliffe Well lures extraterrestrials because of its “ley-lines” or “energy lines” that run along the earth.

“It’s like a highway for them. In our area, it’s the crossroads, so no matter where they were going in the world they’d be crossing over in the Northern Territory,” he told 10 daily.

As to why UFOs make the long journey to Earth, Farkas posits they could be mining valuable minerals that we haven’t discovered a use for yet.

Another theory Farkas suggests is that they’re inspecting human military installations at nearby Pine Gap, a US satellite surveillance site in Alice Springs.

The former sailor took over from the former the roadhouse owner in 1985 and transformed Wycliffe Well into an alien theme park of sorts after learning about the history of UFO sightings in the area.

He heard several anecdotes from the local Indigenous population about UFO encounters, and read handwritten records from World War II from servicemen who wrote about spotting unidentified objects during the night.

He only planned on staying five years in Wycliffe Well, but ended up spending 25 years and $4 million dollars on the place, putting the Northern Territory on the map for lovers of the unexplained.

On 60 acres of land, Farkas lorded over a caravan park, a petrol station and roadhouse and built an auditorium, as well as a lake for fishing.

Now described as “faded” and “unloved”, some say there hasn’t been a UFO sighting at Wycliffe since 2017.

It’s a far cry from Wycliffe was like at its peak, attracting backpackers from all over the globe.

During its hayday, it had country dancing, a mini zoo to be proud of with kangaroos, peacocks and emus, and the largest range of beer in the Northern Territory.

Thirsty backpackers were spoiled for choice with around 300 different beer labels on offer.

“In those days the Northern Territory was like the Wild West. There was a small population, the road wasn’t filled. Anybody with inspiration, with ideas, you could just do what you liked,” Farkas said.

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Skilled Army Remote Viewer Reveals Details About The ET Presence On Earth

by Arjun Walia                April 12, 2019                   (collective-evolution.com)

• Remote viewing, i.e.: an ability of a human “viewer” to mentally “see” a remote time and place, which they may have never been to, has been proven scientifically to be accurate and consistent. Governments all around the world, including the United States, have had successful remote viewing programs. Still, because the concept of remote viewing conflicts with people’s belief systems, especially those in academia, it is often brushed off as ‘pseudoscience’.

• Dr. Jessica Utts, the Chair of the Department of Statistics at the University of California, Irvine, said, “What convinced me (that remote viewing was real) was… the accumulating evidence as I worked in this field…. I visited the laboratories, even beyond where I was working to see what they were doing, and I could see that they had really tight controls…and so I got convinced by the good science that I saw being done.”

• Harold E. Puthoff, the lead scientist and co-founder of Stanford’s remote viewing program, said, “… remote viewing in independent laboratories has yielded considerable scientific evidence for the reality of the phenomenon. Adding to the strength of these results was the discovery that a growing number of individuals could be found to demonstrate high-quality remote viewing, often to their own surprise. . . . The development of this capability at [the Stanford Scientific Research Institute] has evolved to the point where visiting CIA personnel with no previous exposure to such concepts have performed well under controlled laboratory conditions.”

• The DIA’s remote viewing program was known as Stargate Project (established in Fort Meade, Maryland in 1978 until 1995) in which multiple viewers with exceptional skills were utilized. Among them were Lyn Buchanan, Pat Price and Ingo Swann.

• Through his remote viewing experiences, Lyn Buchanan categorized the four types of extraterrestrial beings interacting here on the Earth: “We’ve got those [ETs] who are more psychic than us and those that are less psychic than us. In each of those two categories we’ve got friendly to us [ETs] and unfriendly to us, the unfriendly non-psychic ones tend to not come here. They don’t like us, they don’t want to be around us. The non-psychic friendly ones come here for trade. The psychic friendly ones actually want to help us develop our abilities and become stronger at it. And the unfriendly psychic ones want us wiped off the planet, they want us dead, period, no questions asked.”

• Lyn Buchanan also mentions five extraterrestrial bases on (or “in”) the Earth. They are all inside of mountains, and humans are working with these extraterrestrials at some of these bases. Ingo Swann has also talked about extraterrestrial bases on Earth in his book, Penetration: The Question of Extraterrestrial and Human Telepathy.

• Pat Price had also remotely viewed four alien bases on Earth, one of which was located under Mount Ziel, some 80 miles west-northwest of Pine Gap (Australia). Price believed that this base contained a mixture of ‘personnel’ from the other bases. The other bases were said to be under Mount Perdido in the Pyrenees (Spain), Mount Inyangani in Zimbabwe (Africa), and under Mount Hayes in Alaska. Price described the bases’ occupants as ‘looking like homo sapiens, except for the lungs, heart, blood and eyes’.

 

For anybody who’s looked into the Remote Viewing programs that were (and probably still are) in operation within several governments around the world, it’s very easy to become awe struck with regards to the validity of these programs, despite the fact that they’ve received a lot of criticism from skeptics. One merely has to look at the facts to get a good picture of just how successful, accurate, and useful these programs were, and again, probably still are. Here is a great quote from Dr. Jessica Utts, the Chair of the Department of Statistics at the University of California, Irvine and a professor there since 2008.

“What convinced me was just the evidence, the accumulating evidence as I worked in this field and I got to see more and more of the evidence. I visited the laboratories, even beyond where I was working to see what they were doing and I could see that they had really tight controls…and so I got convinced by the good science that I saw being done. And in fact I will say as a statistician I’ve consulted in a lot of different areas of science; the methodology and the controls on these experiments than any other area of science where I’ve worked.”

Lyn Buchanan

Such an eye opening and revealing quote, and a fact that needs to be emphasized because when it comes to remote viewing, it conflicts with so many people’s belief systems, including many within the fields of academia. Thus, it is often brushed off as ‘pseudoscience’ without any proper investigation or inquiry. This is odd, given the fact that multiple governments have admitted to studying remote viewing and other phenomena that falls under the umbrella of parapsychology.

What is remote viewing? It’s an ability that allows the ‘viewer’ to be able to describe a remote geographical location up to several hundred thousand kilometres away (even more) from their physical location — one that they have never been to.

Here’s another great quote from the declassified literature in 1995 from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) archives, from scientist and co-founder of Stanford’s remote viewing program, Harold E. Puthoff: “To summarize, over the years, the back-and-forth criticism of protocols, refinement of methods, and successful replication of this type of remote viewing in independent laboratories has yielded considerable scientific evidence for the reality of the [remote viewing] phenomenon. Adding to the strength of these results was the discovery that a growing number of individuals could be found to demonstrate high-quality remote viewing, often to their own surprise. . . . The development of this capability at SRI has evolved to the point where visiting CIA personnel with no previous exposure to such concepts have performed well under controlled laboratory conditions.”

Multiple viewers were used with exceptional skills inside of this program, which was known as the STARGATE program. One of them was Lyn Buchanan, a veteran and an Army Remote viewer who worked inside of the program. His status within the program has been verified by the declassified literature that was released on the program in 1995.

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Wikileaks Disclosure About Ultra Secret NSA Military Base at Pine Gap (Area 51 of Australia)

by Lucien Cometta           August 29, 2017               (stillnessinthestorm.com)

• Classified NSA Documents on Pine Gap Base in Australia, and others, as leaked by WikiLeaks

• The U.S. funded Joint Defense Space Research Facility is hiding “something real big”

• Even the Australian Parliament doesn’t know what is going on

• Pine Gap descends five miles below ground, used as a “giant antenna” and computer system interconnected with U.S. bases around the world

• The Rockefeller Foundation is setting up an international headquarters in Canberra

• Information on every citizen of the world is collected in Deacon Center, Canberra

• The Cabal is orchestrating a global financial collapse, global chaos

 

Pine Gap Base: World Context (Area 51 of Australia)

“In order to understand the case of the Pine Gap US base (near Alice Springs, Australia) better, I feel compelled to give some explanations beforehand. I hope these explanations will help to increase the general awareness of the extraordinary importance that facility has for mankind as a whole. “The majority of people, all over the world, are not lingering in doubt as to whether UFOs and ETs are real. They know they are real. Here in early 1989, no one questions their existence. The case for UFOs and ETs aroused passions, controversies and grandstanding for many years. Some of it has not been quite rational. The matter being relatively settled, public opinions should cool down. It is with a serene and clear mind that we ought to be thinking of our future relationship with the peoples from space. However, the public mind is not at peace. It vaguely feels that the governments are hiding “something real big”, and it wonders where our leaders are going to lead mankind. “During the process of research and study of UFOs and aliens, researchers who do not take the explanations of the scientific establishment at face value have discovered unsettling facts; these facts have started the lifting off (of) the lid of the coverup. The value and prestige of their sources of information do not leave any doubt about the truthfulness of these reports; the main outlines are summarized below.”

PINE GAP

“The United States has three major bases in Australia. One is in South Australia (Nurranger, near Woomera, T.N.), another in New South Wales, and the third (and by far the largest) is located within about 230 km (143 miles) of the geographical center of the continent, not far to the west of Alice Springs (Northern Territory), at the foothills of the southern slopes of the MacDonnell Range. This base is completely underground, with barely visible entrances to the surface.

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