I Had A Heart Attack – Strange – Paranormal ? – Events Leading To And Following

As I briefly mentioned a few days ago on 8-17…last Saturday…I had a heart attack . Luckily it was a fairly minor one and I got to the hospital on time .  I had emergency

Angioplasty and my lower LAD was unblocked and I now have 3 stents   to keep the blood flowing to my heart muscle . My symptoms were waking up early Saturday morning and being unable to breath . I later found out this was because my heart was dying and my lungs were filling with fluid . I could not catch my breath , I violently threw up, and was pouring sweat, and by the time I got to the emergency room ( by car not by ambulance…luckily my mother was there to drive me ) my blood pressure was 229/160 . Not a pretty sight to say the least . Very glad it is over and my cardiologist thinks I will make a full recovery within 2-3 months  .

Now on to the strange things that happened leading up to and shortly after the attack . Many of you may think they are mere coincidences…and they well could be…but I feel that perhaps it was a bit more than just coincidences .

The first unusual thing that happened was about a week before the attack . My chest had been hurting me for a while on and off when I mowed the lawn . I just thought it was muscles and getting older . I was getting ready to mow and my mother didn’t want me to . She wanted  me to hire it done . I have always mowed my lawn  and I am very stubborn . I was about to mow it when and complete stranger came by and my mother happened to be on the front porch . He asked her if she want the lawn mowed and offered her an excellent price for doing it . No one had ever out of the blue asked  about mowing the lawn since I have lived here . She accepted without even asking me and the man did a great job . It is very likely if I had mowed I would have overheated and died right then and there . This event may have saved my life …and it came at the exact time needed .

The second unusual thing is that I have a statue of the Grim Reaper ( Death) riding a black horse . I have had it for over 15 years and it has always stayed in its box . It has always stayed in storage and I have only had it out of the box a few times to look at . For some reason the night before I  had the heart attack I decided to take it out and display it in a bookshelf in my office . When I remembered this at the hospital a chill ran down my spine .

The next two are not as extreme, but still stood out to me . I didn’t eat anything the day I went into the hospital and very little the second day so by the third day I was very hungry . The assistant came in before breakfast the third day  and told me what was on the menu for the day . Lunch was supposed to be a grilled chicken sandwich and dinner was to be lasagna . One of my favorite foods is lasagna but I was scheduled for release early in the day so I knew I would be gone before I had that , but was happy to be getting the grilled chicken for lunch. I wished it would have been a BBQ chicken though…which was what I was really hungry for . Lunch came around and they brought me my plate . I lifted the cover and to my amazement and joy there was a BBQ chicken sandwich .  I was so hungry it was about the best I had ever had in my life . When the assistant came to get my tray I commented to her how good that it was and she said that day was the first time the hospital had ever served that sandwich . I was about floored . That was what I had wanted and that is what was served…for the first time ever .

I was then preparing to be released and was supposed to be released at any moment , but due to an error between the hospital and admitting doctor  I was still there when the lasagna I was looking forward to was served . Halfway through my meal the doctor came and released me , so I finished my lasagna and got to go home afterwards.

I am home and on the mend now and getting back to normal . This heart attack was very unexpected by me . I don’t smoke or drink…I lift weights and exercise 3-4 times a week…and I eat a fairly healthy diet …lots of lean chicken and vegetables . If I had one piece of advice to give I would say if there is anything you want to change about yourself or anything you want to do to make your life happier or better…DO IT NOW !!! . Don’t wait another second . You truly don’t know what tomorrow will bring.  It is just now sinking into me that last Saturday could have been my last day alive . Give it some thought .

Best wishes, Donald

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  1. Hi Donald,
    Since a bad diet and lack of exercise were NOT factors leading up to your heart attack, you have to consider another factor that seems to effect ufologists, an alien induced heart attack. This happened to Phillip Mantle and Richard Hoagland, both of whom had no prior history of heart trouble and lead healthy active lives. If you are doing things that will cause the aliens trouble in the future, they will either jump back in time or signal to their cohorts in the present to find and eliminate you. Physicists call this retrocausality. I named it retrocausal damage control. 400 physicists and scientists were eyewitnesses to the aliens doing this type operation.
    This is not a new phenomenon. This is from 2004:

    By Otto O. Binder
    Over the past 10 years, no less than 137 flying saucer researchers, writers,
    scientists, and witnesses, have died — many under the most mysterious
    circumstances. Were they silenced, permanently, because they got too close to
    the truth? Before the 1967 Congress of Scientific UFOlogists, Gray Barker, the
    chairman, received two letters and one phone call telling him that Frank
    Edwards, the noted radio newscaster and champion of flying saucers, would die during the
    convention. One day after the meeting was convened there was an announcement
    that Frank Edwards had succumbed to an “apparent” heart attack. How could
    anybody know that Edwards was going to die, unless it was planned?


    The day was June 24, 1967, and the weather in New York City was brutally hot.
    But inside the Commodore Hotel an icy shiver swept the audience as Jim
    Moseley, Chairman of the first World UFO Convention — officially called the
    Congress of Scientific UFOlogists — made this startling announcement.

    “Your attention please,” he said. A silence fell over the assembly. “We just
    heard some shocking news. Frank Edwards, the noted broadcaster and champion of
    flying saucers, died of a heart attack today. He was 59 years old.”

    A single gasp rose from 2,000 throats. Frank Edwards had been a leading
    champion of the existence of UFOs and had forced the public and the government
    to pay attention to this puzzling phenomenon. He brought respect to the subject
    because of his stature as a news reporter.

    “I need not remind you of the extremely odd coincidence of this news,”
    Moseley continued, “that Frank Edwards’ death occurred 20 years after — to the
    day — the UFOs first made big headlines in America. It was on June 24, 1947, that
    Kenneth Arnold made his famous sighting of nine flying saucers.”

    Actually, Frank Edwards died on June 23rd, a few hours before midnight. But
    the coincidence is still there — as if his death had been timed for that
    significant date.

    Timed? By whom? Or was it chance?

    Was it chance that two other prominent UFOlogists died on June 24, 1967,
    while two more died on June 24th of other years. he four were:

    Arthur Bryant, June 24, 1967. The contactee who claimed to have met three
    Venusians, including the apparent reincarnation of George Adamski, the most
    famous contactee in UFOdom.

    Richard Church, June 24, 1967. The brilliant young chairman-elect of the
    UFOlogy group CIGIUFO, and an expert on UFOs.

    Frank Scully, June 24, 1964. Scully wrote the first significant book about
    UFOs — Behind the Flying Saucers — in which he mentioned the “little men” or
    alien humanoids, electro-magnetic powerplants of saucer, EM effects, and the
    Air Force’s campaign to hide the truth about UFOs from the public, all
    “ridiculous” ideas that were later accepted.

    Willie Ley, June 24, 1969. A well-known writer on rockets and astronautics,
    Ley wasn’t directly involved in UFOlogy but he wrote about space travel. Flying
    saucers are space travelers.

    So we have those directly connected with UFOlogy, plus Ley, all of whom died
    on June 24th, three within hours of each other.

    Why on that date? Chance?

    Could it have been a warning?

    Whatever, the fact remains that over the past 10 years, no less than 137 UFO
    researchers and contactees have died. Many of the deaths were surrounded by
    peculiar circumstances . The list is too extensive to be covered in its
    entirety; only the most prominent, then, will be named.

    George Adamski, April 23, 1965. Victim of a heart attack (according to the
    death certificate) in Silver Springs, Md. Dead within hours despite emergency
    treatment. Cremated and buried in Arlington National Cemetery. Adamski claimed
    to have seen a flying saucer land in southern California. He said he had spoken
    to its pilot, a Venusian, in front of witnesses, including George Hunt
    Williamson. (Williamson disappeared mysteriously in 1965) Adamski also claimed
    to have traveled to Venus and to have been in telepathic communication with
    saucermen. He toured the world until his death, lecturing and relaying messages
    from “our space brothers” to live in brotherhood and peace.

    Truman Bethurum, May 21, 1969. Also claimed to have ridden to other worlds in
    flying saucers. He was a quiet man who seemed incapable of making up the
    fantastic adventures he had. He wrote two books about them before dying quietly
    in bed.

    Barney Hill, February 25, 1969. One of the most celebrated contactees — with
    his wife Betty. John Fuller wrote a book about them — The Interrupted
    Journey. The title refers to an experience the Hills had in 1961 when they
    encountered a landed saucer. They remembered nothing of the incident. But later,
    under hypnosis, they described being conducted aboard the saucer by little
    humanoids, and undergoing physical examinations. The Hills told their story on
    TV and in lectures. Their sincerity left little doubt as to the truth of their

    Mark Probert, February 22, 1969. The most prominent psychic in BSRA
    (Borderland Science Research Associates), an organization founded by Meade
    Layne. Probert acted as a “cosmic telephone” link between Earth and an “inner circle”
    of departed spirits; these spirits enabled Probert to contact saucermen. Reports
    of the contacts were then published in the BSRA journal. He never claimed to
    have seen saucermen in person or to have traveled in saucers.

    Meade Layne, 1968. Wrote several books on his beliefs in flying saucers.

    Dr. George Hunt Williamson. The first of two great mysteries. Williamson
    disappeared while on an anthropological expedition to Peru in 1965. He was noted
    for his explorations of ancient Indian sites in the Andes, which he suspected
    were saucer bases, landing fields, and cave headquarters. He believed the
    saucermen were still there. Later, he experimented with shortwave radio contact,
    claiming in 1952, that he had established communications with UFOs. Saucers were
    observed hovering over his radio shack during these broadcasts. Williamson
    wrote several books about UFOs, the most noteworthy was The Road in the Sky.

    Dr. Raymond Bernard, Sept. 10, 1966? The question mark is used because some
    believe Dr. Bernard is still alive. He produced many books about the inner
    Earth. (The Hollow Earth, The Inner World, etc.) which he believed to be
    inhabited by saucermen, making them “inner Earthians” not extraterrestrials. Their
    flying saucers rise out of the earth at the North and South Poles, which,
    according to Dr. Bernard, are deep pits.

    Dr. Morris K. Jessup, April 20, 1959. A scientist who firmly believed in UFOs
    and who devoted his life to proving their existence. Dr. Jessup was a
    distinguished astrophysicist. He supervised the installing of the first
    important telescope in the Southern hemisphere. He wrote several books on flying saucers;
    the most famous was The Case for the UFO, 1955. Dr. Jessup was found dead in
    his station wagon in a Coral Gables (Fla.) park. Suicide was apparent; a rubber
    hose was attached to the exhaust pipe and looped back into the interior. The
    death certificate reads, “acute carbon monoxide intoxication.” Dr. Jessup’s
    theory about UFO’s is that they are vehicles by which a pygmy race from outer
    space visited the Earth millions of years ago. The pygmies built a civilization
    later destroyed by natural calamity. Vestiges do exist in the pygmy tribes
    living on Earth today. His hypotheses were rejected by the scientific

    Capt. Edward Ruppelt, 1960. Capt. Ruppelt headed the Air Force’s Project
    Bluebook for two and a half years. He was more sympathetic to the cause of UFOs
    than his critics admitted. In 1956, he wrote The Report on Unidentified Flying
    Objects in which he proved that the Air Force had no basis for denying the
    existence of UFOs, eventually forcing it to release UFO statistics. He kept the
    UFO pot bubbling before the public and counteracted the anti-UFO theories of Dr.
    Donald Menzel.

    Wilbert B. Smith, December 27, 1962. A leading scientist, he was appointed
    head of the Canadian government’s Project Magnet in 1950; the project was
    designed to investigate flying saucers, taken seriously by the Canadians at that
    time. But the idea was ridiculed by the press, and unsympathetic officials
    shelved it four years later. Smith claimed to have received telepathic messages
    from UFOs. He aided UFO groups in their researches; he analyzed the famous “Ottawa
    chunk” and found traces of “oddities” indicating that it was perhaps dumped
    from a UFO.

    Dr. Olavo T. Fontes, May 9, 1968. Dr. Fontes, a distinguished young Brazilian
    scientist. was South America’s foremost UFO booster. He investigated and
    reported innumerable cases, including the classic Itupai Fortress attack by a
    UFO using heat rays. Unlike hesitant U.S. scientists, Dr. Fontes boldly challenged
    the “official” viewpoint. He concluded that saucers were “sizing Earth up”
    for conquest. He maintained this grirn view until his death.

    The Rev. Della Larson, October, 1965. A contactee who claimed Venusians were
    living on earth among us. She committed suicide in a rest home by hanging
    herself with a nylon stocking.

    Gloria Lee (Byrd), December 1, 1962. She said space people had told her to go
    on the fast during which she died.

    H. T. Wilkins, 1966. Died following a heart attack. Well-known for his two
    books on UFOs, Flying Saucers on the Attack and Flying Saucers Uncensored. Like
    Dr. Fontes, Wilkins was convinced the saucermen were here for the possible
    conquest of earth.

    Dr. Charles A. Maney, November 8, 1965. A scientist who risked his reputation
    by taking UFOs seriously, he wrote — Challenge of Unidentified Flying
    Objects (in collaboration with Richard Hall of NICAP). A professor at Defiance
    College in Ohio, he utilized scientific statistical methods to promote the case
    for UFOs, and “scolded” science for its indifference toward the UFO phenomena.

    Capt. Robert Loftin, November 21, 1968. Ironically , Loftin’s book —
    Identified Flying Objects — was published just a few months before his death.
    In it he demonstrated that aerial flying objects were “identified” — that is, were
    identified as real, not illusory.

    Clara John, 1968. Former editor of Little Listening Post, after a long

    Hazen Coon, 1968. One of Joan Whritenour’s staff of reporters at Saucer

    Ralph Holland, January 26,1962. Former editor of A Voice From the Gallery.

    Chuck Roberts, February 13, 1969. A police radio dispatcher who joined the
    staff of Saucer Scoop.

    Bernard Cox, January 1969. Member of SAUCERS, the Australian UFO

    Edgar Jarrold, 1960. Australian UFOlogist who vanished mysteriously.

    Marie Ford, Suicide. A young UFO enthusiast who found the body of the Rev.
    Della Larson.

    Doug Hanock, 1968, Suicide. A UFO researcher who was confined to a mental
    hospital. He managed to obtain a gun and shot himself.

    Damon Runyon, Jr., April 14, 1968, Suicide. Son of the famous sports writer.
    Involved with the investigation of President Kennedy’s assassination; and a
    writer on UFOs. Saucer Scoop said that young Runyon “fell, jumped, or was pushed
    off” a Washington, D.C., bridge.

    Henry F. Koch, 1966. Publicity director of the Universal Research Society of
    America. He was written up in Flying Saucers as having made a UFO sighting on
    April 3, 1966, and dying mysteriously a few weeks later. The death certificate
    said of a heart attack. The magazine suggested the cause of death was saucer

    Dr. B. Noel Opan, August 23, 1959. Dr. Opan made a UFO a sighting and later
    was allegedly kidnapped by three MIBs (Men in Black) from his home in
    Wellington, Ontario, Canada. He was never seen again.

    Bryant Reeve, December 1968: Author, with his wife, of Flying Saucer
    Pilgrimage. Bryant and Helen Reeve traveled extensively and interviewed many UFO
    celebrities — Adamski, Mark Probert. Truman Bethurum, and others.

    Dag Hammarskjold, September 19, 1961. Known for his general “saintliness” as
    head of the U.N., and no disbeliever in UFOs, Hammarskjold was killed in a
    plane crash in Southern Rhodesia. A witness, Timothy Kankasa, swore he saw a
    craft above the airliner. The UFO emitted beams of light resembling a “flashing
    torch.” The question is: Did saucermen tamper electronically with the airliner,
    causing it to crash?

    And this leads us to the broader question: Did saucermen engineer the deaths
    of those in our above list?

    Let’s examine this carefully before condemning it as utter “nonsense” or an
    attempt at “sensationalism.”

    First, various UFOlogists have revealed threats against themselves either
    from MIBs or other mysterious sources. In the publication MIB: A Report on the
    Mysterious Men in Black Who Have Terrorized UFO Witnesses and Investigators in
    All Parts of the Nation — Robert S. Easley writes: “The first real act of
    violence on the part of the ‘Three Men’ came on February 25, 1968. On that date
    I had given a UFO lecture to a group of Boy Scouts and their parents. As I was
    walking out to my car afterwards, at about 9:45 p.m., I was shot at by two men
    in a car without any lights on. Later that same evening I received another
    mysterious phone call . . . ‘if you and your buddies are not out of the saucer
    field by next Sunday we will have to take other means of action (to put you
    out).’ ”

    Gray Barker, well-known publisher in the UFO field, tells (in Spacecraft News
    #3 ) how, when investigating the notorious “mothman” rumors near Pt.
    Pleasant, W. Va., he found a note on his door saying — somewhat

    Similar stories have come from dozens of other UFO investigators. They can
    hardly all be hoaxes or pranks. Somebody, or something, has been threatening
    those involved with UFOs, threats that in some cases seem to have been

    We might also heed the words of John Keel, who more than any other
    investigator has sought to uncover the mystery of UFO’s and MIB’s. Keel said in
    Saucer Scoop, that he believes the MIB’s to be “the intelligence arm of a large and
    possibly hostile group;” and that they are professional terrorists. “Among their
    many duties is the harassment of the UFO researchers who become involved in
    cases which might reveal too much of the truth.”

    “Many duties” may well include outright murder of victims, though in such a
    skillful way that the police aren’t aware the murders even occurred. How is
    this done?

    Frank Edwards and Frank Scully presumably died of heart attacks; Wilbert B.
    Smith and Dr. Olavo Fontes of cancer; and Barney Hill of a brain hemorrhage.
    All of them died relatively young, none over 59.

    We will now ask: can heart-attacks, cancer and other diseases he induced in
    people in some unusual way?

    Consider this angle on Frank Edwards, as reported by Brad Steiger and Joan
    Whritenour in SAGA: “Edwards was warned to lay off UFO investigation,” we (the
    two authors) were told. “He had been visited by the same three Men in Black
    that shut up Albert K. Bender” (a former UFO investigator who was hounded into
    silence by MIBs.

    “Nonsense,” another delegate said (the authors reported). “Frank had been ill
    for six months. . .”

    “Not true,” argued yet another UFOlogist in the SAGA article. “Frank has
    never been ill. Check the obituary. It reads that death was ‘apparently’ due to
    heart attack. How many other researchers have died of an ‘apparent’ something
    or other?”

    This conversation occurred at the 1967 Congress of Scientific UFOlogists
    following the announcement of the death of Frank Edwards. And radio personality
    Long John Nebel, in his recent book, The Psychic Worid Around Us, tells how Gray
    Barker, just before the convention, showed him two mysterious unsigned
    letters stating that Frank Edwards would die during that convention. “On
    Thursday afternoon,” continues Nebel, “just a few hours before he was due at WNBC (for an
    interview), Barker phoned again. ‘John’, he said, ‘something happened a few
    minutes ago that really shook me up! I got a phone call from a man who said
    that Edwards would not live to see the end of the convention. That’s all he said
    before he hung up. The tone of his voice scared me. It was like nothing I’ve
    ever heard before, like something not human!”

    So before the convention and before June 23rd when Edwards died, Gray Barker
    is on record as having received two letters and one phone call, all predicting
    the death of the newsman. How could anybody know Edwards would die in
    advance? . . . unless it was planned? How was the heart attack induced? We must
    also ask ourselves if all the heart-attack cases, plus those involving cancer,
    brain hemorrhages, and pneumonia should be suspect? And even if such “natural”
    deaths can be induced, suicide would still be easier to accomplish. You can’t
    tell a man (hypnotically or by telepathy) to have a heart-attack, but you can
    tell him to take his own life.

    This brings us to the greatest mystery of all — the alleged suicide of Dr.
    Morris K. Jessup. Most of his closest friends had no idea he would kill
    himself. But John P. Bessor, one of Jessup’s intimates, points out that Jessup
    was a very “disappointed” and “discouraged” man, over his losing battle to make UFOs
    “respectable” among scientists.

    Capt. Bruce Cathie of Australia, author of Harmonic 33 (about a UFO “grid”
    around earth), says, “When Dr. Morris K. Jessup died in 1959, he had just
    completed a long and detailed report claiming to prove that the U.S. Navy,
    during a top secret wartime experiment, caused a warship and its crew to become
    invisible . . . That, the full story has not yet been released is due, in part,
    to a restriction imposed by Dr. Jessup himself, when he decreed that his report
    should not be published less than five years and not more than 10 years after
    his death. The present ending to his story is as fantastic as the invisible ship
    itself. In 1959, Dr. Jessup handed all his documents on the case to a close
    friend to be held in trust, and he then headed for a holiday in Florida . . .
    Three days later he was found dead in his car. . .”

    But Gray Barker, in his book The Strange Case of Dr. M. K. Jessup, gives the
    most startling data. He reports that Richard Ogden, a UFO researcher of
    Seattle, Wash., sent a message saying, in part: “Now as for Jessup, his suicide
    was a frame-up. Jessup fell victim to hypnotism. He was sent a tape-recording that
    contained self-destruction suggestions . . .This is what happened to Jessup.
    It was cold-blooded murder!”

    Ogden never documented his claims so the validity of his charges is open to
    question. But Jessup did write “suicide notes” to several of his friends,
    including Long John Nebel.

    The most intriguing of the suicide theories stems from the fact that Jessup
    was a great friend of the medium, Mark Probert, and believed in spirit
    communications. Jessup was quoted by members. of BSRA as giving a strange
    farewell comment before his death: “I go to prove for myself the reality of worlds beyond
    time and space.” After Jessup’s death, Probert received a long scientific
    disseirtation on life-after-death but the sender would not name himself, but
    hinted that it was indeed Jessup.

    Jessup always seemed to be a special target for weird happenings. A copy of
    his book — The Case for the UFO — was returned with marginal notes
    throughout, made by three men who referred to themselves as “aliens.” Many of
    their notations indicated they knew superscience and were familiar with saucer craft.
    This marked copy was sent to the Navy, which took it seriously and consulted Dr.
    Jessup, who could throw no light on the mystery.

    Jessup also received letters from a “Carlos Allende” (the famous “Allende
    Letters” case) referring to a Navy ship becoming invisible and being teleported
    from one city to another. This mystery was never cleared up.

    The whole Jessup affair remains an unsolved riddle to this day.

    Another riddle is the strange disappearance of Dr. Raymond Bernard. Dr.
    Bernard lived his later life on the island of Santa Catarina, off the coast of
    Brazil. Although he himself never reached the “inner world” he wrote about, he
    claimed to know others who did, and who disappeared before they could lead him

    Bernard once wrote UFO researcher, Timothy Beckley, that his (Bernard’s) life
    was in constant danger from the inner-earth beings. Bernard presumably died
    at his home in December 1966, but Gray Barker said “. . . efforts to obtain a
    copy of the death certificate, or proper information from the American Embassy,
    have been to no avail.” Bernard said he would allow Barker to publish his
    book, The Hollow Earth, only if he had died or was “successful in finding an
    entrance into the inner earth.” This was included in Barker’s brochure for the
    book, “Was Dr. Bernard Swallowed up by the Inner Earth?”

    Thus we don’t know if Dr. Raymond Bernard is buried six feet under — or
    1,000 miles under.

    Another mystery is the disappearance of Dr. George Hunt Williamson in 1965.
    We can add little to this enigma except a rumor that has him “living quietly on
    the West Coast.” If true, why has he dropped all contact with his friends and
    become such a mystery figure? Could he have been silenced by the MIBs?

    We might add one other “death” of a different kind — the TV show “The
    Invaders,” killed in 1967. According to Saucer News the show was not dropped due
    to poor ratings but because of the impending resignation of Roy Thinnes, the
    star. Thinnes was supposedly threatened on various occasions when the show dealt
    with topics “too hot to handle.” When Thinnes himself was asked for a comment
    on the show’s demise, he said: “I have no comment other than the fact that
    there is more truth behind the TV plots than most people realize.”

    The point is obvious. Thinnes may have received threats to quit — or run the
    risk of joining Frank Edwards, George Hunt Williamson, and the others. His
    show always featured aliens posing as humans, and acting quite like the MIBs —
    cause enough for the real MIBs to get after him.

    All of this is not meant to frighten anyone who takes an active part in the
    UFO field. In fact, another and very startling viewpoint can be taken in regard
    to the “premature” deaths of UFOlogists.

    Can it be that when such important “UFO evangelists” as Frank Edwards, Morris
    K. Jessup, Mark Probert, and the others have “fulfilled their task” in behalf
    of “preaching” UFOlogy, they are “taken away” deliberately for their own
    sakes? That is, having met the scorn and blind opposition of the unheeding world
    long enough, are they then mercifully removed from the “battlefront”?

    This, you see, puts a different light on the deaths of UFOlogists. Maybe they
    are being rewarded, not punished. Maybe they are “taken within the fold.” Who

    At any rate, something must account for the high death rate among UFOlogists.
    That “something” may either be the secret machinations of the UFO hierarchy
    who decides which earth-people “know too much about flying saucers,” or the
    planned removal of UFO crusaders who have done their job nobly. Take your choice
    . . .

    Sadly, Col Phillip J. Corso Passes Away
    But Not Before He Signed An Affidavit Proclaiming Roswell Was Real

    Donald, just be careful. Basically what I’m personally trying to do is change some major things in the Big Picture to bring an end to the major wars we have about every 50 years which are stirred up and started by “outside influences.” I’m spreading the background information about this to the public, and to key news professionals and researchers like yourself who can help change things. The following note I sent to radio talk show personality Michael Savage. We have a mutual friend, theoretical physicist Dr. Jack Sarfatti. Jack is a modern day Einstein, and is paid by the USG to perfect advanced propulsion systems, time travel, etc. The character Doc brown in the movie “Back to The Future” is based on Jack. Really. http://lifeboat.com/ex/bios.jack.sarfatti
    This is what I wrote Michael Savage:
    Hi Michael,
    I know from talking to our mutual friend Jack Sarfatti that you are not interested in UFOs and aliens or covering such topics on your show. No problem, why mess with a successful format? Many of the impending disasters we are about to face, such as war and plague, are a part of the Big Picture of alien influence to further THEIR ends. I do not want you to put this on the air now for your own safety. Jack can tell you all about retrocausality. He has seen it and experienced it himself. That is the ability to jump back in time and make changes in the past to change the present or future. What Jack experienced he called the “Godphone Incident.” I named that tactic “retrocausal damage control.” It might interest you to know that most of the left-wing media is controlled so as to help the useful idiot politicians and world leaders carry out the alien agenda. Obama did not get into office because he was qualified. I really want to go into the technical things that were done to accomplish what happened but I know it would just sound nuts to you and you’d delete this message and not know the whole truth when it was time to go on the air and warn everyone. This is deadly serious. I know you don’t know me from Adam, and you may think I could be some looney, but please check out the videos I am enclosing showing highly credible people providing evidence of alien visitation and involvement. THEY definitely are not nuts, and include 4 Apollo astronauts, military pilots, physicist Michio Kaku, nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman, and even Canadian defense minister Paul Helyer.
    OK, as to you staying safe, the big flap about the NSA monitoring all phone and Internet traffic is something to be concerned about in your position because the system monitoring you is also monitored by them. If you talk to Jack about this, do it in person, with your cell phones shut off. Remember these guys:
    Paranoia is a survival mechanism. If you have any questions, please ask.
    Art Greenfield

    Donald, You will probably hear from conspiracy theorists who’ll tell you that you were targeted by our shapeshifting NWO leaders to protect their operations here. The shapeshifting leaders crap comes from David Icke and it is mostly wrong. 80% of what Icke reports is factual information lifted from other people’s research (like me). His warped ideas about the royals being shape-shifting Reptoids are a result of his hatred for the royals combined with his mistaken idea that Repto Sapiens ( I named them that) can physically shape-shift. They can’t do that. What they can do is walk amongst us looking completely human by using one of the very advanced features of their electrochromatic camouflage suits. Those suits can also allow them to appear to be invisible. In my book I cover exactly how they work. Our military has recovered both the suit invibility equipment and spacecraft invisibility equipment and back engineered them and we now use them ourselves. You may have seen the recent video of an invisible soldier:

    In my book I reprint the engineering description of this equipment taken from the patent on file at the US Patent Office.

    Anyway, Icke and I go way back. I posted about him and the Repto Sapiens in my Yahoo group 8 years ago:



    If you have any questions please ask.

    My website with more information:


    I have a respect for the Reptilians, like they are homeboys that made good and moved out of the old neighborhood and now have flashy toys. I am on their watch list so I try to avoid unplanned accidents by maintaining situaional awareness. The aliens really do eliminate or neutralize key scientists and UFO researchers though who pose a threat to their opertions here on Earth. They go after bio-scientists to keep down the number of people who could unravel the aliens next plague virus. You might remember these stories that stretch back several years:

    List of Dead Scientists


    Dead Scientists DO Tell Tales


    Did 22 SDI Researchers really ALL Commit Suicide?


    300+ UFO researchers Dead : Here is The List of 50 Such Cases
    Here is the list of 50 such cases between 1994-2005

    #1 Jose Trias Murdered May 19, 1994
    #2 Dr. Tsunao Saitoh 46 Murdered May 7, 1996
    #3-7 Microbiologists Plane crash October 4, 2001
    #8 Jeffrey Paris Wall 41 Murdered? November 6, 2001
    #9 Dr.Vladimir Pasechnik 64 Stroke November 21, 2001
    #10-12 Dr.Yaakov Matzner, Amiramp Eldor, & Avishai Berkman
    54, 59,50 Plane crash November 24, 2001
    #13 Roman Kuzmin 24 Struck by a car December 2001
    #14 Dr. Benito Que 52 Mugging December 6, 2001
    #15 Dr. David Schwartz 57 Murdered December 10, 2001
    #16 Set Van Nguyen 44 Found in airlock chamber December 14, 2001
    #17 Don C. Wiley 57 Body found by river December 20,2001
    #18 Ivan Glebov Bandit attack January 2002
    #19 Alexi Brushlinski Killed/murdered? January 2002
    #20 Victor Korshunov 56 Murdered February 9, 2002
    #21 Dr. Ian Langford 40 Murdered February 11, 2002
    #22-23 Tanya Holzmayer & Guyang “Mathew” Huang 46, 38 Murder then suicide February 28, 2002
    #24 David Wynn-Williams 55 Struck by vehicle March 24, 2002
    #25 Dr. Steven Mostow 63 Plane crash March 25, 2002
    #26 Dr. Leland Rickman 47 Unknown June 24, 2003
    #27 Dr. David Kelly 59 Suicide?/ Murder July 18, 2003
    #28 Michael Perich 46 Car wreck October 11, 2003
    #29 Robert Leslie Burghoff 45 Hit and run November 20, 2003
    #30 Dr Robert E. Shope 74 Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis January 19, 2004
    #31 Michael Patrick Kiley 62 Heart failure January 24, 2004
    #32 Vadake Srinivasan 78 Stroke/Car wreck March 13, 2004
    #33 William T. McGuire 39 Murdered May 5, 2004
    #34 Dr. Eugene F. Mallove 56 Murdered May 16, 2004
    #35 Antonina Presnyakova 46 Accidental/Ebola May 19, 2004
    #36 Thomas gold 84 Heart disease June 23, 2004
    #37 Dr. Assefa Tulu 45 Hemorrhagic stroke June 24, 2004
    #38 Dr. John Mullen 67 Acute arsenic intoxication June 29, 2004
    #39 Dr Paul Norman 52 Plane crash July 2, 2004
    #40 Dr. John Badwey 54 Pneumonia like symptoms July 21, 2004
    #41 Dr Bassem al-Mudare Murdered July 21, 2004
    #42 Professor John Clark 52 Hanging August 12, 2004
    #43 Mohammed Toki Hussein al-Talakani 40 Murdered September 5, 2004
    #44 Matthew Allison 32 Car exploded October 13, 2004
    #45 John R. La Montagne, Ph.D 61 Sudden pulmonary embolism November 2, 2004
    #46 Taleb Ibrahim al-Daher Murdered December 21, 2004
    #47-48 Tom Throne & Beth Williams 63, 53 Car wreck December 29, 2004
    #49 Jeong H. Im 72 Murdered January 7, 2005
    #50 Geetha Angara 43 Murdered/Drowned February 8, 2005

    So now, how more Ufologist and scientist’s have to lost their life’s before full disclosure only time will tell!

    Is Someone Killing Our UFO Investigators?

    Death of an Elite Mysterious deaths of Scientists, Microbiologists and UFO Researchers

    Shirley Maclaine Becomes A UFO Conspiracy Reporter
    Jan 7, 2010
    One of the most shocking claims made by the veteran actress is that the late John Mack, professor of psychiatry at Harvard University and alien abductions researcher, may have been murdered. Dr Mack was killed by a drunk driver as he stepped off a sidewalk in London, England, near Totteridge Lane and Longland Drive September 27, 2004. He walked home alone after dinner with friends when the incident occurred. Shirley says that another person named John Mack was also killed by a drunk driver at the same time in another part of London. (Sounds just like several people named Sarah Conner being killed in “Terminator” by the retrocausal Aahnald Schwartzennegger robot. He wanted to make sure he got the right one.)

    So, I’m an endangered species. Aahnald is on the loose again.

  2. Dr Ryles, You and I and others who are exposing the operation of the aliens here on Earth are in our own war for survival against them because we are spreading the truth about them and they will kill to stop us. I can’t tell you what to do for protection because you are being monitored and they would counteract whatever I suggested. You’ll need to use your wits now at all times. Sorry.

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