Monday, August 17, 2009

E.T.= Extraterrestrial TERRORISTS? Part III

As I continue this three part series on this rather controversial subject and you, the reader have persevered in reading these articles, let me commend you for your open mind; at the same time let me strongly caution you that the singular source for truth is, as its always been, the Holy Word of God. Information contained in these articles cannot be received by dutiful students of the Word unless there is substantiation contained therein.

Since the Bible does in fact describe the last days as a time of unprecedented deception, even delusion (2 THESS 2:10-13), we can look at this material in that light and understand that there is a satanic agenda to sabotage the scriptures as the source of Truth: to contradict its tenets with such powerful experiences, both personal
and public, that people would believe the lies of this incredible global phenomenon.

So, for any of you still willing to come along, grab your tin foil hats, and follow me (that was a joke by the way... my hat is made of aluminum foil!)! 

What we do know of our distant past, and what the Bible alludes to in our coming future has pretty much been covered in Part I and Part II, so if you're reading this for the first time, please refer to these earlier posts by the same title (E.T. = Extraterrestrial Terrorists?).

In part II we talked at some length about Dr. John Mack who spent years of investigation and research into the abduction phenomena, and what he realized is that these abductees (or experiencers as they prefer to be called) have experienced something they consider to be real. Dr. Mack concluded that these subjects were rational, of sound mind, provided cogent and detailed stories consistent with, but not identical to, the stories of countless others (approx. 3-5% of our population here in the U.S. claim some form of abduction experience!).

Dr. Mack also stated that "If what these experiencers say happened to them, didn't actually happen, then what did?"

Now we turn to a Dr. Jacques Vallee, French astronomer, who like Dr. Mack, spent years researching the UFO/Alien phenomena, and has written several books on the subject. They are listed below for your convenience:

By Jacques Vallee

1965 - Anatomy of a Phenomenon: UFOs in Space, A Scientific Appraisal
1969 - Passport to Magonia: UFOs, Folklore, and Parallel Worlds
1976 - The Invisible College : What A Group of Scientists Has Discovered About UFO Influences on the Human Race
1977 - Challenge to Science : The UFO Enigma
1979 - Messengers of Deception: UFO Contacts and Cults
1990 - Confrontations: A Scientist's Search for Alien Contact
1992 - Forbidden Science: Journals 1957-1969
1993 - Dimensions: A Casebook of Alien Contact
1993 - Revelations: Alien Contact & Human Deception

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According to his official site, French-born astronomer, Jacques F. Vallee was "present at the inception of computer networking, serving as project director for Arpanet, the prototype network for the Internet." He is currently a successful Silicon Valley entrepreneur, and author of the newly released book, The Heart of The Internet.

Oddly enough, for an otherwise respectable person, Vallee is also one of the most prolific, best-selling and most quoted authors ever in the field of ufology.

He moved to the U.S. in the 1960's where he pioneered computer networking - believe it or not - for the purpose of building, analyzing, and exchanging databases of UFO reports with other researchers. Literally, if you enjoy surfing the Internet today, you have UFO research to thank! In the early sixties Vallee worked closely with J. Allen Hyneck, director of the Air Force's half-hearted Project Blue Book (considered today to be the government's concentrated effort to debunk and cover-up UFO sightings, more than it's stated goal of investigating them). Vallee would later often publicly criticize the government's handling of UFOs, claiming that they intentionally misrepresent the UFO reality and reports, for the purpose of manipulating public opinion.

(Incidentally, you just might be interested to know which States here in America are known for the greatest number of UFO sightings to date: the answer might surprise you.)

Something that especially distinguishes Dr. Vallee's perceptions of the UFO phenomena is his belief that these so-called space craft are not sophisticated, ultra-high-tech 'nuts -n- bolts' types of objects, much less extra-terrestrial in origin. 

He sees these objects as 'windows' into another [spiritual?] dimension, thus he states that these vessels and the beings that 'pilot' them are inter-dimensional, rather than extra-terrestrial in origin. He even goes so far as to assert that much of the experiences and influences subject to abductees are very similar, if not parallel to those of demonic possession!

To read more about this, click here: Jacques Vallee bio and book list

This interview with Dr Jacques Vallee originally appeared in Issue 4 of our free online magazine SUB ROSA (note: I do not endorse this magazine due to its new (age) spirituality elements and belief systems, however as this interview deals with the subject matter at hand, I decided to post the more relevant parts)

There are few people who bring more credibility to the field of UFO research than Dr Jacques Vallee. As one of the most respected investigators of the phenomenon over the course of more than four decades, he has perhaps the widest experience and knowledge about the topic of any person living today.
Born in France, he received a B.S. in mathematics at the Sorbonne and an M.S. in astrophysics at Lille University. After coming to the United States as an astronomer at the University of Texas – where he co-developed the first computer-based map of Mars – Dr Vallee later moved to Northwestern University where he received his Ph.D. in computer science.

He went on to work at SRI International and the Institute for the Future . . . He has since become a successful venture capitalist, and currently serves as a General Partner of Euro-America, a Silicon Valley group that invests in North America and Europe, primarily in high-technology.

In May 1955, aged 16, Dr Vallee first sighted a UFO over his Pontoise home. Six years later in 1961, while working as an astronomer, he witnessed the destruction of tapes which had recorded the tracking of unknown objects orbiting the earth. His interest in the UFO phenomenon became a career (of sorts) when he joined with Dr J. Allen Hynek. His contribution to the field was recognized by Steven Spielberg in Close Encounters of the Third Kind, in which the French scientist played by François Truffaut was modeled on him.
Since the 1960s, Dr Vallee has written a series of ground-breaking books on the UFO phenomenon. His 1969 book Passport to Magonia was instrumental in changing the perspective on anomalous sightings and experiences, as he set forth the hypothesis that the phenomenon was simply the latest incarnation of something which had been happening throughout human history (explained in past ages as fairies, demons, and signs from God).

Dr Vallee’s rejection of the ‘nuts and bolts’ explanation of UFOs (as interstellar spaceships) gained him a hostile reception from some parts of the research field, leading him to describe himself at one point as a “heretic among heretics.” In 1979 he again challenged the ufological community with the publication of his book Messengers of Deception, in which he warned against the dangers of UFO cults, government deception, and the trickster nature of the phenomenon.

For the interview in full, please visit this web site:

Otherwise, here are some highlights which may prove interestingly useful:

SR = Interviewer from Sub Rosa
JV = Jacques Vallee

SR: What are your thoughts on the state of ufology in 2006?

JV: It’s a mess. There is valuable research going on, but it is carried out by individuals working with almost no financial or logistical resources.

The few scientists who are still actively involved are forming a new version of the old “Invisible College,” communicating privately to stay away from the sensationalism that has taken over the field.

As for what remains of the organized groups, they are not disseminating information, conducting field research or encouraging critique and open debate. They are little more than lobbies for a particular point of view.

This is a pity, because periods of low UFO activity like the current one present the best opportunity to do quiet research. By centering the whole discussion of the phenomenon on highly-charged, but poorly-researched issues like Roswell and abductions, ufologists have lost credibility, alienated the scientific public and opened the floodgates to hundreds of Internet sites where the wildest rumors circulate. No wonder serious researchers are going underground!

SR: In the past couple of decades there has been a convergence of multiple strands of research, pointing at perhaps one common experience underlying shamanic experiences, UFO sightings and 'alien abductions', and Near Death Experiences. Researchers such as Ken Ring, John Mack, and Rick Strassman have all come to conclusions that seem to parallel the 'Magonia hypothesis' somewhat (although Mack framed the idea in terms of Henry Corbin's 'Imaginal' world).

SR: Considering that you and John Keel 'pioneered' this line of thinking in the 1960s, do you find anything of interest in these more recent lines of research?

JV: John Mack spoke of “Passport to the Cosmos” rather than “Passport to Magonia:” He had difficulty letting go of the extraterrestrial context, but he was gradually becoming aware of the fact that the strict ufological interpretation of abduction reports was too narrow. We have a long way to go in exploring the connections between high strangeness UFO reports and the parapsychological experience.

Dr. Vallee gives a five-point argument in a professional, scientific paper asserting why these beings and these craft are unlikely to be extra-terrestrial in origin:

1) Unexplained Close Encounters are far too numerous than required for a physical survey of the Earth.

2) The humanoid body structure of the alleged 'aliens' is not likely to have originated on another planet and is not biologically adapted for space travel.
3) The reported behavior in thousands of abduction reports contradicts the hypothesis of genetic or scientific experimentation on humans by an advanced race.
4) The extention of the phenomenon throughout recorded human history demonstrates that UFO's are not a contemporary phenomenon.
5) The apparent ability of UFO's to manipulate space and time suggests radically different and richer alternatives, three of which are proposed in outline form at the conclusion of this paper.

To read this scientific paper in its entirety click on this link which will bring you to a PDF:

Five Arguments Against the Extraterrestrial Theory (JSE 1990)

To visit Dr. Vallee's web site, click here:

Here is a web site where both Drs. Vallee and Hynek have youtube clips you will find interesting.

Dr. Jacques Vallee and Allen Hynek on UFOs « Prometheus Unbound

Here is a film documentary with Rod Serling (of The Twilight Zone fame) and Dr. Jacques Vallee, an updated version of a 1974 film, the updated version produced in 1979 . . .

Rod Serling UFO 📡 Alien Evidence Extraterrestrial Life Proof Classic Documentary 👽 It has Begun

More information on Dr. Vallee's views are found in the web site known as The BLACK VAULT:
Jacques Vallee - The Black Vault Encyclopedia Project

In the mid 1960s, like many other UFO researchers, Vallee initially attempted to validate the popular extraterrestrial hypothesis. However, by 1969, his conclusions had changed, and he publicly stated that the ET hypothesis (or "ETH") was untenable.

Dr. Vallee began exploring the commonalities between UFOs, cults, religious movements, angels, ghosts, creature sightings, and psychic phenomena.

These links were first detailed in Vallee's third UFO book, Passport to Magonia: From Folklore to Flying Saucers.

In 1988, Jacques and Janine Vallee went to South America to investigate the numerous reports of UFO-related fatalities and injuries (see the above link for information about this).

The results of their field investigations are documented in Vallee's book

Confrontations: A Scientist's Search for Alien Contact.

For example, in central Brazil, Vallee reports that at least five people are reported to have died "following close encounters with what were described as boxlike UFOs equipped with powerful light beams." Many victims were hunters who had climbed into jungle trees at night in order to wait for passing animals that they could shoot. 

Instead, the hunters had themselves been hunted by "Chupas" (UFOs), which either injured or killed them using intense concentrated light beams. As Vallee reports, these chupas "are said to make a humming sound like a refrigerator or a transformer." [1]

Dr. Vallee proposes that there is a genuine UFO phenomenon, which is associated with a form of nonhuman consciousness that manipulates space and time. The phenomenon has been active throughout human history, and seems to masquerade in various forms to different cultures.

In his opinion, this group has a highly militaristic organizational hierarchy [Can someone say "principalities and powers" as in Ephesians ch. 6?], which attempts to influence and guide human societal views *, by often relaying erroneous information to humans with whom they interact.

Vallee mentions in his books that many of the activities fit descriptions of demonic spirits and their activities in religious books such as the Bible, but he takes no position on whether the UFO entities are the same as biblical demons.

*Its quite interesting that these beings are attempting (and with no small amount of success!) to "influence and guide human societal views"; much of this influence resorts to the compulsion for a 'greener' conscience re: ecological views, other influences fall within the religious realm, and the 'oneness' of all, and of God (Whomever you deem Him/Her/It to be) which is monistic pantheism, a belief found predominantly in Hindu/Buddhist belief systems. How long will it be before these beings overtly support and promulgate the need for a one world government?

Everything I've looked at thus far, doesn't seem to address this particular point, but perhaps sometime in the near future such an endorsement, even a directive could be forth coming by our 'space brothers/celestial fathers' (?).

This web site offers some interesting propositions: (

To conclude this treatment of Dr. Vallee's work, the following link provides another interview (transcript) with him by 21st Century Radio, as well as links to many of his of his books:

Dr. Jacques Vallee Reveals What Is Behind Forbidden Science

Dr. Jacques Vallee has been a welcome guest several times on 21st Century Radio with Dr. Bob Hieronimus, when all of his books were reviewed in depth. Bob's son, Plato Hieronimus, joined him on the air to help interview Dr. Vallee about his book, Forbidden Science, which are Vallee's personal journals published by North Atlantic Books, revealing a unique perspective on the early years of UFO research. This interview was conducted in 1993.

Something that Dr. Vallee said in this interview perked my interest and curiosity. Here is what he told Dr. Hieronimus and his son Plato regarding something called 'The Pentacle Letter" or "The Pentacle Memorandum"; Dr. Valle was sorting and reorganizing Dr. J. Allen Hyneks files and scientific papers when he came across this letter:

Dr. Jacques Vallee: I feel more free to talk about this now, I did not feel free to talk about it in the book because the document had a secret stamp on it. My attorney and I were unable to determine whether it was still secret today. The document was dated 1953. However, it has now been released officially and so I don't feel now under any obligation to keep it secret anymore.

The document that I had, that I found in the files, was a carbon of a letter sent by an organization working under Project Stalk, which was in fact, Battelle Memorial Institute in Ohio which had been hired by the Air Force to do a very thorough, statistical investigation of the patterns in UFO sightings. Now, that investigation eventually was published as a very well known report called Report 14. What struck me was that the letter, it was a 2 page, single spaced letter, which was very, very well written by someone who obviously was very, very familiar with the scientific method.

It explained what we already know by the way, that they were; Battelle at that time, was doing a massive statistical study on UFO sightings. However, it also discloses two things that have never been disclosed before. First, they have found patterns in those sightings. They wanted to go on studying before any kind of scientific panel was convened. So they were telling the CIA to stop this top secret meeting of the five scientists. Now, when I read this, I almost fell from my chair. I mean, who were these people nobody had ever heard of before? They were actually telling the CIA to stop this top secret meeting of the five leading physicists in the land. Then (second) they, went on saying that they wanted to discuss what could and could not be told to those scientists. . .from a historical point of view or from a ufological point of view, that may or may not be significant. From a scientific point of view, it's amazing, I mean, science relies on the ability of researchers to get the data and if there is somebody who is in the background telling agencies of a government what can and cannot be told to the scientists who are hired to make an assessment of the potential threat to the security of the country; ... this is extraordinary. And they went on to say something even more extraordinary and more ominous, although it's really not a smoking gun.

But one of the paragraphs in the memo, in the Pentacle Letter, suggested before convening any panel, that they wanted to do a series of experiments, essentially to simulate UFO waves. This is not just putting cameras here and there and pointing them at the sky, and seeing what percentage of balloons are going to be recorded, and what percentage of meteors or whatever. This is actually simulating, what they were suggesting was simulating an actual UFO wave.

And they said this would be on the scale of a secret military maneuver. So the question this raises is - this was 1953 - but was this actually done, and could this explain some of the more recent manipulations that we have been seeing in this field?

I don't have to tell you that this field is becoming more and more bizarre. And there are more and more rumors flying around and there are more and more planted stories. People are seeing very strange things that in many cases do not match what UFOs have been known to do in years past. And so the question of possible manipulation should be raised.

I have some questions of my own in this regard, namely, Is technology so sophisticated today, that aerial craft of 'above top secret' origin could pose as something that would appear 'extra-terrestrial' to the average person? Also, if it was the intention of the Power Elite to create a simulated wave of UFO's on a level of a secret military manuever, did they accomplish this?

And if so, then would it not also seem feasible to create a simulated 'alien attack' to suit certain purposes (that I will get into later)?

How would such a simulated attack relate to what we see today as a 'war on terror'? Remember that this declaration of war on terror was the result of the horrendous, incredible tragedy of 9-11. Yet who was responsible for that attack? More and more evidences brought forth would seem to indicate that Islamic terrorists were blamed for this, while the true perpetrators remained unseen, and unconvicted. The government that achieved new levels of power, and the institution of various security agencies benefitted most from this event.

Recall your history in pre-Nazi Germany, when the Reichstag Federal building was burned down by Hitler and his men, yet blamed on the Communists in Germany. As a result of this tragedy, Hitler was granted autonomous powers, and further control over the populace.

Has history repeated itself? What's next, and how precisely will it transpire?

There have been some significant political and military personages that have mentioned the idea of an extra-terrestrial threat to our planet and how such would bring a unity, and a disregard for petty differences, in favor of confronting a shared danger with a sense of solidarity.

One such person was Ronald Reagan:

UFO - Ronald Reagan's Speech about Alien Invasion (0:49)
UFO - Ronald Reagan's Alien speech at UN (0:29)

Another is Henry Kissinger, during a meeting of the Bildebergers (an international organization for globalism that operates similarly to the way that the CFR functions in the United States): 

"Today, America would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore order; tomorrow they will be grateful! This is especially true if they were told that there was an outside threat from beyond, whether real or promulgated, that threatened their very existence. It is then that all peoples of the world will plead with the world leaders to deliver them from this evil. The one thing every man fears is the unknown. When presented with this scenario, individual rights will be willingly relinquished for the guarantee of their well being granted to them by their world government.

"I can think of no faster way to unite the American people behind George W. Bush than a terrorist attack on an American target overseas. And I believe George W. Bush will quickly unite the American people through his foreign policy.”
-Henry Kissinger on CNBC, December 13, 2000

Bilderberg conference held in Evians, France, May 21 1992

It's long been the philosophy of the goblins to acquire power through this means:
"ordo ab chao" that is, from the chaos, build the Order which they themselves will manage.

Another leader that spoke of a confrontation by means of an alien attack was General Douglas MacArthur, when he spoke of an intergalactic war:

"You now face a new world, a world of change. We speak in strange terms, of harnessing the cosmic energy, of ultimate conflict between a united human race and the sinister forces of some other planetary galaxy. The nations of the world will have to unite, for the next war will be an interplanetary war. The nations of the earth must someday make a common front against attack by people from other planets."

"You now face a new world - a world of change. The thrust into outer space of the satellite, spheres and missiles marked the beginning of another epoch in the long story of mankind - the chapter of the space age. We speak in strange terms: of harnessing the cosmic energy ...of the primary target in war, no longer limited to the armed forces of an enemy, but instead to include his civil populations; of ultimate conflict between a united human race and the sinister forces of some other planetary galaxy... "
~ GENERAL DOUGLAS MACARTHUR quote - United States Military Academy - May 12, 1962

Who else suggested the idea of an "artificial alien threat"? You might be surprised at the answer:

The propositional 'plan' to create an artificial extraterrestrial threat to the Earth was first mentioned by the Marxist, John Dewey.

"Some one remarked that the best way to unite all the nations on this globe would be an attack from some other planet. In the face of such an alien enemy, people would respond with a sense of their unity of interest and purpose." John Dewey, New York 1917.

There are some who are still alive and can relate the story of how America was panicked by a supposed alien invasion and attack on the United States; it was heard all over the country by radio, and of course I'm speaking of the famous War of the Worlds broadcast with Orson Welles (strangely enough his last name is similar to the novelist who wrote the story, H.G. Wells, a known Fabian Socialist and advocate for world socialism, and wrote non-fiction books with such titles as The Open Conspiracy: Blueprints for a World Revolution, and The New World Order). My parents were dating, and listening in their car to the broadcast, holding hands and were quite alarmed.

Many felt that the program was irresponsible for its all-too-realistic portrayal, needlessly frightening people. Yet was it really quite so needless? Or did it perhaps serve a particular purpose?

A report from 'Iron Mountain', a quasi-military think tank with global perspectives had the following to say from John Kenneth Galbraith:

"A study by one 'John Doe' (said to be economist John Kenneth Galbraith), Report from Iron Mountain on the Possibility and Desirability of Peace was published in 1967.

"The study considered the possibility that the belief in UFOs might be used to improve prospects for peace and redirect humankind toward a unified social order. In theory, the report pointed out, a perceived threat from extraterrestrial beings might provide an incentive for human civilization to abandon its internal strife and present a unified front against the alleged menace from alien beings.

"A threat from 'extraterrestrials' was one of several suggested means for helping unify human society and discourage warfare on Earth. The report presented other possible scenarios including the threat of ecological catastrophe. (note - these two proposed scenarios are also the two primary subjects most commonly addressed by UFO experiencers, that is, alien visitations on Earth, and the ecological armageddon that will occur unless action is taken)

"The study also suggested that some flying saucer reports were actually experiments in manipulating public belief, with the aim of reshaping society by encouraging belief in hostile extraterrestrial powers menacing Earth. The report ultimately dismissed the threat-from-aliens scenario, however, as "unpromising" [note: unpromising how? perhaps due to the inability to create realistic 'space' craft, images, encounters that would seem tangible? could such things be staged realistically today?] and encouraged investigation to other ways to manufacture "fictitious...enemies" that might serve to unify mankind.

"Report from Iron Mountain treats the UFO phenomenon from a viewpoint complementary to that of prominent UFO investigator Jacques Valle, who has argued that UFOs may constitute a system to control human belief. (7) -- David Ritchie, book author and editor, for six years, of a newsletter about the Strategic Defense Initiative, SDI Intelligence Report."

Note: Report from Iron Mountain on the Possibility and Desirability of Peace is reported to be a literary satire/hoax authored by Leonard Lewin. Economist John Kenneth Galbraith publicly endorsed the authenticity of the report but denied that he was the author."

Speaking of artificial alien attacks, who were the people that brought War of the Worlds to the Air (was that a pun?):

Council on Foreign Relations Experiments in Fear

"At 8:00 PM Eastern Standard Time, on the evening of October 30, 1938, the night before All Saints Day now generally celebrated as Halloween, an estimated six million Americans listened to the famous Orson Welles broadcast, WAR OF THE WORLDS, describing an invasion from Mars. An estimated one million responded with sustained credulity and fear. Thousands responded with sheer panic.

THE WAR OF THE WORLDS - Radio Broadcast with Orson Welles

"The broadcast was a psychological warfare experiment conducted by The Princeton Radio Project.

"The Rockefeller Foundation funded the project in the fall of 1937. An Office of Radio Research was set up with Paul F. Lazarsfeld as director, and Frank Stanton* and Hadley Cantril as associate directors. Cantril used a special grant from the General Education Board to study the effects of the broadcast. Cantril published the study as a book titled "THE INVASION FROM MARS - A STUDY IN THE PSYCHOLOGY OF PANIC." It contains a complete script of the broadcast. The book is one of a series of studies sponsored by the Federal Radio Education Committee.1"

see this article in full, complete with footnotes, at: 

also: WAR of the WORLDS Radio Program Social Experiment

Frank Stanton ---read at this link information re: Mr. Stanton. *Frank Stanton worked for CBS beginning in 1935 and was President from 1946 to 1973; he was an associate director that worked on the radio play War of the Worlds. He was also a member of . . . guess what organization? The Council on Foreign Relations!
Council on Foreign Relations
~~ click here to confirm membership of Mr. Stanton. . In summary for part 3, we have the expert opinion of scientists who've researched this phenomena, and determined that they are certainly not all that they seem. That they are non-human intelligences would be conceded by these authorities, but that they are not from other planets.

The oft repeated accusation that the Federal Government is intentionally concealing and hindering information about these events seems valid. Further that there are intentions by the Goblins to exploit the use of such for their own agenda, which we will get into in even greater detail in the next segment.

May I take this moment to thank you once again for your patience, and for your objective minds that have suspended disbelief long enough to hear out the entire matter before making a judgment.
For those of you that dismiss such things as nonsense, I can't blame you for your skepticism, as these things are really 'out there' in many (not all) respects.

So, until next time, take care, and I will get the next (and probably last) segment underway a.s.a.p.

Check out the following film:

For the Fourth and Final Part, go here, and thank you for reading! 

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