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I think there should be full disclosure but that's just how I am. What I think is more interesting is what exactly would happen if there was full disclosure right now and what we need to do to decrease the negative effects of Disclosure. There would be two main consequences, religious and economic.

Religious consequences

If the presidents of the United States and our allies were to get together and admitt that there were extraterrestrials here and that they were to help us, everybody from their respective countries would believe them without a shadow of a doubt, but there would in my opinion about a tenth of the population would not believe that they are here to help us.

Why people would think Aliens are evil

The main reason people would think the aliens are evil is because of all our Christians fascination with the Devil. Fundamentalist Christians would never admit it to normal people on the street but they believe the world is controlled by the devil and not by God. Another way to put it is that they believe that all non Christians will go to Hell for eternity just because they haven't taken Jesus Christ as their PERSONAL savior.

The famous Bible chapter Revelation is another contributing factor to a negative outcome to full disclosure. Revelation says that an antichrist will come before Jesus' second coming. If there is full disclosure many Christians will try to convince everybody that whatever alien figure who may appear is the antichrist and must be rebelled against. This brings me to the interesting question of just what would be the best way to disclose the presence of extraterrestrials.

Exactly how we should disclose the presence of Extraterrestrials

The best way to disclose the presence of extraterrestrials is the exact same way it is being done now: With the increasing sitings and coming forward of witnesses. I think every year more and more people are becomeing beleivers. Within a few short years there will be enough people with open-enough minds who beleive that there could actually be a mass landing that would not cause mass hysteria.

Alien Contactees

- The Disclosure Project
- Ufology resource center

Bashars Timeline for alien invasion
- After 2015 - 2025 it will be a "certain fact known by the majority on the planet that extraterrestrial civilizations exist".
- Between 2025 - 2033 it is "highly likely that we will have some open contacts that will be publisized".
- After 2040 earth will become a member of the alliance.
- Males (83%)
- 18-to-64-year-olds (79%)
- Those with household incomes of $50,000 or more (85%)
- Residents of the West (82%)
- Those with Internet access at home (82%)
- Believe in intelligent life: 64%
- Believe in abductions: 83%
- Have had, or know someone who had, a Close Encounter: 79%
- Feel they are "very psychologically prepared" for the discovery of extraterrestrial life: 67%
- Think the government does not share enough information with the public: 58%
- Believe the government does not tell us everything it knows about extraterrestrial life and UFOs: 58%
Stephen Hawking saying aliens are bad confirms government conspiracy
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The disclosure Project
94 People Testify to the Secrecy
1) Merle Shane McDow: US Navy Atlantic Command
2) Lt. Col. Charles Brown: US Air Force (Ret.)
"Dr. B"
3) Lance Corporal Jonathan Weygandt: US Marine Corps
4) Maj. George A. Filer, III: US Air Force (Ret.)
5) Nick Pope: British Ministry of Defense Official
6) Larry Warren: US Air Force, Security Officer
Sgt. Clifford Stone: US Army
7) Master Sgt. Dan Morris: US Air Force, NRO Operative
8) A.H.: Boeing Aerospace Employee
9) Officer Alan Godfrey: British Police
10) Sgt. Karl Wolf: US Air Force
11) Ms. Donna Hare: NASA Employee
12) Mr. John Maynard: DIA Official
13) Dr. Robert Wood: McDonnell Douglas Aerospace Engineer
14) Glen Dennis: NM UFO Crash Witness
15) Sgt. Leonard Pretko: US Air Force
16) Dr. Roberto Pinotti: Italian UFO expert
17) Dr. Paul Czysz: McDonnell Douglas Career Engineer
18) Astronaut Edgar Mitchell
19) John Callahan: FAA Head of Accidents and Investigations
20) Michael Smith: US Air Force Radar Controller
21) Franklin Carter: US Navy Radar Technician
22) Neil Daniels: United Airlines Pilot
23) Lt. Frederick Fox: US Navy Pilot
24) Captain Robert Salas: US Air Force, SAC Launch Controller
25) Prof. Robert Jacobs: US Air Force
26) Harry Allen Jordan: US Navy
27) James Kopf: US Navy Crypto Communications
Witness Testimony
28) Astronaut Edgar Mitchell: May 1998
29) Monsignor Corrado Balducci: September 2000
Radar and Pilot Cases
30) FAA Division Chief John Callahan
31) Sgt. Chuck Sorrells: US Air Force (ret.)
32) Mr. Michael W. Smith: US Air Force
33) Commander Graham Bethune: US Navy (ret.)
34) Mr. Enrique Kolbeck: Senior Air Traffic Controller,
35) Dr. Richard Haines
36) Mr. Franklin Carter: US Navy
37) Neil Daniels: Airline Pilot
38) Sgt. Robert Blazina (ret.)
39) Lieutenant Frederick Marshall Fox: US Navy (ret.)
40) Captain Massimo Poggi
41) Lt. Bob Walker: US Army
42) Mr. Don Bockelman: US Army
43) Captain Robert Salas
44) Professor Robert Jacobs: Lt. US Air Force
45) Lt. Colonel Dwynne Arneson: US Air Force (ret.)
46) Colonel Ross Dedrickson: US Air Force/AEC (ret.)
47) Harry Allen Jordan: US Navy
48) Mr. James Kopf: US Navy/ National Security Agency
49) Lieutenant Colonel Joe Wojtecki, US Air Force
50) Staff Sergeant Stoney Campbell: US Air Force
Government Insiders/ NASA/ Deep Insiders
51) Astronaut Gordon Cooper
52) Merle Shane McDow: US Navy Atlantic Command
53) Lieutenant Colonel Charles Brown: US Air Force (ret.), October
54) Dr. Carol Rosin
55) “Dr. B.”
56) Lance Corporal John Weygandt: U.S. Marine Corps, 
57) Major A. Filer III: U.S. Air Force
58) Mr. Nick Pope: British Ministry Of Defense
59) Admiral Lord Hill-Norton: Five-Star Admiral, Former Head of the British Ministry of Defense
60) Security Officer Larry Warren: United States Air Force, 
61) Captain Lori Rehfeldt
62) Sergeant Clifford Stone: United States Army
63) Major-General Vasily Alexeyev: Russian Air Force, 
64) Master Sergeant Dan Morris: US Air Force/NRO Operative (ret.)
65) Mr. Don Phillips: Lockheed Skunkworks, USAF, and CIA Contractor
66) Captain Bill Uhouse: US Marine Corps (ret.)
67) Lieutenant Colonel John Williams: US Air Force (ret.)
68) Mr. Don Johnson
69) A.H.: Boeing Aerospace, December 2000
70) British Police Officer Alan Godfrey
71) Mr. Gordon Creighton: Former British Foreign Service Official
72) Sergeant Karl Wolfe: US Air Force
73) Donna Hare: Former NASA Employee
74) Mr. John Maynard: Defense Intelligence Agency (ret.)
75) Mr. Harland Bentley: US Army
76) Dr. Robert Wood: McDonnell Douglas Aerospace Engineer, 
77) Dr. Alfred Webre: Senior Policy Analyst Stanford Research Institute
78) Denise McKenzie: Former SAIC employee
79) Mr. Paul H. Utz
80) Colonel Phillip J. Corso, Sr.: US Army (ret.) 
81) Mr. Glen Dennis
82) Lieutenant Walter Haut: US Navy
83) Buck Sergeant Leonard Pretko: US Air Force
84) Mr. Dan Willis: US Navy
85) Dr. Roberto Pinotti
86) Mr. Mark McCandlish: US Air Force
87) Professor Paul Czysz
88) Dr. Hal Puthoff
89) David Hamilton: Department of Energy
90) Lieutenant Colonel Thomas E. Bearden: US Army (ret)
91) Dr. Eugene Mallove
92) Dr. Paul La Violette
93) Mr. Fred Threlfall: Royal Canadian Air Force
94) Dr. Ted Loder
People with Stories



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Wikipedia List of Contactees
Contactees are persons who claim to have experienced contact with extraterrestrials. Contactees have typically reported that they were given messages or profound wisdom by extraterrestrial beings, and that they were compelled to share these messages. These claimed encounters are often described as ongoing, but some contactees claim to have had as few as a single encounter.

As a cultural phenomenon, contactees perhaps had their greatest notoriety from the late 1940s to the late 1950s, but individuals continue to make similar claims in the present, such as Swiss cult leader Billy Meier. Some have shared their messages with small groups of followers, and many have issued newsletters or spoken at UFO conventions.

The stories of contactees contain much material that has not stood the test of time, such as claims that there are unknown planets within this solar system, or that the planets of our solar system are inhabited by so-called "Space Brothers", beings physically similar to humans but more spiritually evolved. Certainly at least some of the claims were fraudulent

The contactee movement has seen serious attention from academics and mainstream scholars. Among the earliest was the classic 1956 study, When Prophecy Fails by Leon Festinger, et al., which included information about, and analysis of, contactee groups. Additionally, there have been at least two university-level anthologies of scientific papers regarding the contactee movements (see sources below). Jenny Randles and Peter Houghe have written that "The contactee movement is a rich treat for anthropologists, sticky with sincere and sincerely deluded individuals. Were the contactees in touch with anything other than their own internal fantasies?"

Contactee accounts are generally different from those who allege alien abduction, in that while contactees usually describe beneficial experiences involving human-like aliens, abductees rarely describe their experiences positively.

Astronomer J. Allen Hynek described Contactees as asserting "the visitation to the earth of generally benign beings whose ostensible purpose is to communicate (generally to a relatively few selected and favored persons — almost invariably without witnesses) messages of 'cosmic importance'. These chosen recipients generally have repeated contact experiences, involving additional messages. The transmission of such messages to willing and uncritical true believers frequently, in turn, leads to the formation of a flying saucer cult, with the 'communicator' or 'contactee' the willing and obvious cult leader. Although relatively few in number, such flying saucer advocates have by their irrational acts strongly influenced public opinion."[3]

Contactees became a cultural phenomona in the 1940s and continued throughout the 1950s and 1960s, often giving lecture and writing books about their experience, and in some cases developing cult-like followings. Although the cultural impact of contactees has since declined, the phenomona still exists today. Skeptics hold that such 'contactees' are deluded or dishonest in their claims. Writer Susan Clancy[4], wrote that such claims are “false memories” concocted out of a “blend of fantasy-proneness, memory distortion, culturally available scripts, sleep hallucinations, and scientific illiteracy.”

Contactees usually portrayed the "Space Brothers" as more or less identical in appearance and mannerisms to humans. The Brothers are also almost invariably reported as disturbed by the violence, crime and wars that infest the earth, and by the possession of various earth nations of nuclear and thermonuclear weapons. However, despite their global concerns, the "Space Brothers" never landed their flying saucers in front of the United Nations building, the White House or the Kremlin to spread their message. Instead, they invariably selected obscure people (dishwashers, road crew members, assembly-line workers, sign-painters and taxi-drivers), often having a long prior history of involvement with mystical sects. Almost every contactee asserts that the urgent message of the Space Brothers is religious rather than technical; extraterrestrial religions as reported by the contactees are generally difficult to distinguish from a blend of Christianity and Theosophy.

Peebles[5] summarizes the common features of many contactee claims:

  • Certain humans have had personal and/or mental contact with friendly, completely human-appearing space aliens.
  • The contactees have also flown aboard flying saucers, and traveled into space and to other planets.
  • The Space Brothers invariably come from Utopian societies which are free of war, death, crime, disease, or any other vexing human problem.
  • The Space Brothers want to help mankind solve its problems, to stop nuclear testing and prevent the otherwise inevitable destruction of the human race.
  • This will be accomplished very simply by the brotherhood spreading a message of love and brotherhood across the world.
  • Other sinister beings, the Men in Black, use threats and force to continue the cover-up of UFOs and suppress the message of hope.
Early contactees
Though the word contactee was not in common use until the 1950s, the authors of the anthologies noted in "sources" below use the term to describe persons whose claims occurred centuries before the UFO era, attempting to depict them as a part of the same tradition.

Though not linked to flying saucers or odd aerial lights, it is perhaps worth noting that there is a long history of claims of contact with non-earthly intelligences. The founding revelations of many of the world's religions involve contact between the founder and a supernatural source of wisdom, such as a god in human form or an angel. In this context, it might be expected that most of the 1950s contactees would form their own religions, with the contactee as sole spiritual leader, and that is just what happened, almost invariably.

As early as the 1700s, people like Emanuel Swedenborg were claiming to be in psychic contact with inhabitants of other planets. 1758 saw the publication of Concerning Earths in the Solar System, in which Swedenborg detailed his alleged journeys to the inhabited planets. J. Gordon Melton notes that Swedenborg's planetary tour stops at Saturn, the furthest planet known during Swedenborg's era — he did not visit Uranus, Neptune or Pluto.[6]

Later, Helena Blavatsky would make claims similar to Swedenborg's.

In 1891, Thomas Blott's book The Man From Mars was published. The author claimed to have met a Martian in Kentucky. Unusually for an early contactee, Blott reported that the Martian communicated not via telepathy, but in English.

Another early contactee book, of sorts, was From India To The Planet Mars by Theodore Flournoy (1900). Flournoy detailed the claims of Helene Smith, who, whilst in a trance, dictated information gleaned from her psychic visits to the planet Mars — including a Martian alphabet and language she could write and speak. Flournoy determined that Smith's claims were spurious, based on fantasy and imagination. Her "Martian" language was simply a garbled version of French.


Two of the earliest contactees in the modern sense were William Magoon and Guy Ballard (the latter a follower of Madame Blavatsky).

Magoon's book William Magoon: Psychic and Healer was published in 1930. He claimed that, in the early 1900s, he had been unexpectedly and instantaneously transported to Mars. The planet was essentially earth-like, with cities and wilderness. The inhabitants had radio and automobiles. Though they were invisible, Magoon sensed their presences.

Though Magoon was obscure, Ballard would have more impact via the I Am movement he established. In 1935, Ballard claimed that, several years earlier, he and over 100 others witnessed the appearance of 12 Venusians in a cavern beneath Mount Shasta. The Venusians played music for the audience, said Ballard, then showed the crowd a large mirror-like device that displayed images of life on Venus. The Venusians then allegedly reported that the earth would suffer through an era of tension and warfare, followed by worldwide peace and goodwill.

George Adamski, who would later become probably the most prominent contactee of the UFO era, was one contactee with an earlier interest in the occult. Adamski founded the Royal Order of Tibet in the 1930s. Writes Michael Bakun, "His [later] messages from the Venusians sounded suspiciously like his own earlier occult teachings."[8]

Christopher Partridge notes, importantly, that the pre-1947 contactees "do not involve UFOs."[9] Rather, he suggests that an existing tradition of extraterrestrial contact via seances and psychic means promptly incorporated the flying-saucer mythos when it arrived.

Contactees in the UFO era

The 1947 report of Kenneth Arnold sparked widespread interest in flying saucers, and before long, people were claiming to have been in contact with flying saucer inhabitants.

There was a nearly-continuous series of contactees, beginning with George Adamski in 1952. Radio host John Nebel interviewed many contactees on his program during this era. The stereotypical contactee account in these days involved not just conversations with friendly, human-appearing spacemen but visits inside their flying saucers, and rides to large "Mother Ships" in Earth orbit, and even jaunts to the moon, Mars, Venus, Jupiter and Saturn.

By the late 1950s, many contactees were no longer claiming to have been physically visited by aliens; rather, they were more often in psychic contact with the spacemen, who passed their messages on to people in trances. However, alien contact via Ouija board, spirit mediums and channelling was fairly common even in the early 1950s. Eventually, there was a complicated crossover with the later "psychic channeling" movement, which found a degree of renewed popularity beginning in the late 1960s.

In support of their claims, early 1950s contactees often produced photographs of the alleged flying saucers or their occupants. A number of photos of a "Venusian scout ship" by George Adamski and identified by him as a typical extraterrestrial flying saucer were noted to bear a suspicious resemblance to a type of once commonly available chicken egg incubator, complete with three light bulbs which Adamski said were "landing gear."[10]

For over two decades, contactee George Van Tassel hosted the annual "Giant Rock Interplanetary Spacecraft Convention" in the Mojave Desert.[11] Another 1950s contactee, Buck Nelson, held a similar convention in the Ozarks of Missouri up until 1965.

Though contactees faded from mainstream consciousness, people continued making claims of extraterrestrial contact.

Swiss cult leader Billy Meier has managed to include every one of the classic 1950s contactees within his own religious framework, and has made room for tens of thousands more, as this reported exchange between Meier and one of his extraterrestrial contacts indicates: "Meier: ... If you allow, I want to ask you about some matters respecting contacts. How many contactees exist in the world today...?" "Ptaah: The exact number of real contactees on Earth is presently 17,422 (1975). They are scattered over all your states and lands. Of that number only a few percent come to public attention. Many of them are working according to our advice at different labors and tasks.... In different cases such persons are also having contacts with us without being informed that we do not belong to Earth.... Of all these 17,422 contactees (the number increases continuously) only a few hundred are known publicly...."

Examples since the 1990s include the Heaven's Gate group (whose members committed mass suicide) and the Raelian Movement, which earned international attention with their claims of successful human cloning.

Response to contactee claims

Though contactees earned a degree of mainstream attention, most mainstream observers seem to have concluded that the claimants were either hoaxers or mentally ill.

Even in ufology — itself subject to at best very limited and sporadic mainstream scientific or academic interest — contactees were generally seen as the lunatic fringe, and "serious" ufologists subsequently avoided the subject, for fear it would harm their attempts at "serious" study of the UFO phenomenon (Sheaffer 1986:17; 1998:34-35). Jacques Vallée notes that "No serious investigator has ever been very worried by the claims of 'contactees.'"[12]

Some time after the phenomenon had waned, Temple University historian David Michael Jacobs noted a few interesting facts: the accounts of the prominent contactees grew ever more elaborate, and as new claimants gained notoriety, they typically backdated their first encounter, claiming it occurred earlier than anyone else's. Jacobs speculates that this was an attempt to gain a degree of "authenticity" to trump other contactees.

George Adamski
(April 17, 1891 – April 23, 1965) was a Polish-born American citizen who became widely known in ufology circles, and to some degree in popular culture, after he claimed to have photographed ships from other planets, met with friendly Nordic alien "Space Brothers", and to have taken flights with them. The first of the so-called contactees of the 1950s, he styled himself to be a "philosopher, teacher, student and saucer researcher." though was often considered to be deluded or a fraud.

On October 9, 1946, during a meteor shower, Adamski and some friends claimed that while they were at the Palomar Gardens' campground, they witnessed a large cigar-shaped "mother ship." In 1947, Adamski took a photograph of what he claimed was the 1946 cigar-shaped "mother ship" crossing in front of the moon over Palomar Gardens.
On May 29, 1950 Adamski took a photograph of what he alleged to be six unidentified objects in the sky, which appeared to be flying in formation. Adamski's May 29, 1950 UFO photograph was depicted in an August 1978 commemorative stamp issued by the island nation of Grenada in order to mark the "Year of UFOs".

On November 20, 1952 Adamski and several friends were in the Colorado Desert near the town of Desert Center, California when they are said to have seen a large submarine-shaped object hovering in the sky. Believing that the ship was looking for him, Adamski is said to have left his friends and to have headed away from the main road. Shortly afterwards, according to Adamski's accounts, a scout ship made of a type of translucent metal landed close to him, and its pilot, a Venusian called Orthon, disembarked and sought him out.

Adamski described Orthon as being a medium height humanoid, with long-blond hair, and tanned skin, and as wearing reddish-brown shoes, though, as Adamski added, "his trousers were not like mine". Adamski said Orthon communicated with him via telepathy and through hand signals. During their conversation, Orthon is said to have warned of the dangers of nuclear war and to have arranged for Adamski to be taken on a trip to see the solar system including the planet Venus, the location where Mrs. Adamski had been reincarnated. Adamski said that Orthon had refused to allow himself to be photographed, and instead asked Adamski to provide him with a blank photographic plate, which Adamski says that he gave him. When Orthon left, Adamski said that he and George Hunt Williamson were able to take plaster casts of Orthon's footprints, and that the prints contained mysterious symbols.

Orthon is said to have returned the plate to Adamski on December 13, 1952, at which point it was found to contain new strange symbols. It was during this meeting that Adamski is said to have taken a now famous UFO photograph using his 6-inch (150 mm) telescope.The picture has since been identified to be a streetlight.

In 1954, Desmond Leslie is said to have witnessed several UFOs with Adamski while visiting him in California. He described one of them in a letter he sent to his wife while he was in San Diego:

... a beautiful golden ship in the sunset, but brighter than the sunset ... It slowly faded out, the way they do.

In 1957 Adamski was the victim of a hoax letter sent by James W. Moseley. The letter was signed by the fictional "R.E. Straith", a representative of the non-existent "Cultural Exchange Committee" of the U.S. State Department. Straith wrote that the U.S. Government knew that Adamski had actually spoken to extraterrestrials in a California desert in 1952, and that a group of highly-placed government officials planned on public corroboration of Adamski's story. Adamski was proud of this endorsement and showed it around to bolster his claims (Moseley & Pflock 2002:124-27, 180).

In May 1959, Adamski received a letter from the head of the Dutch Unidentified Flying Objects Society informing him that she had been contacted by officials at the palace of Queen Juliana of the Netherlands, and "that the Queen would like to receive you." Adamski informed a London newspaper about the invitation, which prompted the court and cabinet to request that the queen cancel her meeting with Adamski, but the queen went ahead with the meeting saying that, "A hostess cannot slam the door in the face of her guests." After the meeting, Dutch Aeronautical Association president Cornelis Kolff said, "The Queen showed an extraordinary interest in the whole subject." On May 21, 1959, the Rockford Register published an article on Adamski's visit with Queen Juliana and what was rumored to be an upcoming visit with Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.

Adamski said that the photographs of the far side of the Moon that were taken by the Soviet lunar probe Luna 3 in 1959 were fake and that there were cities, trees, and snow-capped mountains there instead.

In 1962, Adamski's reputation began to decline after he announced that he would be going to a conference on the planet Saturn. In 1963, Adamski claimed that he had a secret meeting with Pope John XXIII and that he had received a "Golden Medal of Honor" from the Pope. Adamski, at the request of the extraterrestrials he was allegedly in contact with, met with the Pope in order to request a "final agreement" from him because of his decision not to communicate directly with any extraterrestrials, and also to offer him a liquid substance in order to save him from gastric enteritis that he suffered from, which would later become acute peritonitis.

On April 23, 1965 at the age of 74, Adamski died of a heart attack in Maryland.


His claims inspired a British copycat who went under the name Cedric Allingham. Yet, his one-time co-author Desmond Leslie wrote in 1970: "Of all the contactees, Adamski attracted the most controversy and odium; and none but a man of his strength of character could have survived the onslaught."

The most common arguments contrary to Adamski's claims forwarded by skeptics is that the planet Venus is unable to sustain intelligent life due to its environmental conditions. These conditions include an atmospheric pressure at the planet's surface which is 92 times that of the Earth, clouds composed of sulfuric acid and an average surface temperature of 461.85 °C. Of course, no one could live under the surface of the planet, and as a result most consider Adamski's claims to be a scientific impossibility.

Inside The Space Ships is considered by some to be a "remake" of a science-fiction book, ghost written by Lucy McGinnis, entitled Pioneers of Space which Adamski wrote in 1949. His often published photo of a flying saucer from 1952 has been identified (by the chairman of the British UFO organization in the 1970s) as the top of an Italian made ice-machine used in his café[citation needed], a streetlight (see above), as well as the top of a chicken brooder. However, "Cecil B. de Mille's top trick photographer, Pev Marley, declared that if Adamski's pictures were fakes they were the best he had ever seen, while in England fourteen experts from the J. Arthur Rank company concluded that the object photographed was either real, or a full-scale model."

Zigmund Adamski
(born August 17 1923, Poland) was a coal miner at Lofthouse Colliery, who mysteriously disappeared from his Tingley home in June 1980. His body was found on top of a large stack of anthracite in Todmorden. He had lived in Tingley since 1960, having married Leokadia Kowalska in 1951 in West Yorkshire. She had multiple sclerosis in later life.

Zigmund set out to get some potatoes at 15:30 on June 6 1980. The next day he was due to attend a family wedding, which he was much looking forward to. His body was found five days later in Todmorden next to a railway line on the afternoon of Wednesday June 11 at 15:45 by Trevor Parker, the son of the owner of the Tomlin's coal yard. The yard had not been used since 11;00am that morning, and the body had not been seen at that time; Mr Parker had arrived at 8:00. At 16:10 a police officer, Alan Godfrey, attended the scene, with a colleague. On examination, it was found he had died of a heart attack and had peculiar burns on his neck and shoulders. His clothes were in good condition although the shirt was removed. He had not attended any hospitals in the missing five days and had only been on the anthracite a few hours before he was found. It appeared that neither had he slept rough in the intervening days and he had been eating healthily, and that no struggle had taken place. The post mortem was carried out at 21:15 in Hebden Bridge by Dr Alan Edwards, a consultant pathologist at the Royal Halifax Infirmary. He found that Adamski's death took place between 11:00 and 13:00 that day. The burn on his neck had been there two days before his death, and had had a peculiar ointment applied that forensic scientists could not identify.

There was some deliberation over the cause of his death as his death was not registered until the autumn of 1980. The coroner was James Turnbull.

John Hanson and David Sankey of BUFORA, the British UFO Research Association, carried out an investigation in 2005. Citing interviews with Adamski's relatives, they claimed that he was not, in fact, looking forward to the god-daughter's wedding due to a feud with a family member. The unnamed family member's wife had taken out a restraining order against him, and moved in with Adamski's wife. Hanson and Sankey reported that Adamski's family suspected the man had kidnapped Zigmund and held him in a shed, where he suffered a heart attack.

Connections with UFOs

Zigmund shared a surname with George Adamski, a well-known UFO researcher and contactee. He was also Polish and lived in the United States. The policeman who found him, Alan Godfrey would have an encounter six months later on November 28 at 5:00 with a UFO on Burnley Road (A646) in Todmorden as he was driving his car on duty. This was one mile from the coal yard. He could not account for fifteen minutes of his time. Under hypnosis through assistance with Manchester-based MUFORA in 1981, he claimed he had been abducted.

The Sunday Mirror on September 27 1981 published the story on its front page as a UFO abduction, which was written by John Sheard and Stewart Bonney.

Wayne Sulo Aho
(24 August 1916 – 16 January 2006) was an American contactee who claimed contact with extraterrestrial beings. He was one of the more obscure members of the 1950s wave of contactees who followed George Adamski.
Early life

Born in the state of Washington, Aho one of seven children of Finnish homesteaders, and worked for most of his life as a logger.

Like Howard Menger, Aho claimed to have been in contact with humanoid space aliens since childhood, in his case the age of 12. He mainly spoke about a contact occurring in 1957, the year he claimed to have been initiated as a "Cosmic Master of Wisdom" after attending contactee George Van Tassel's Giant Rock Interplanetary Space Craft Convention. Aho said a telepathic summons led him into the desert where a saucer appeared and a voice ordered him to go forth and create his own yearly convention in his home state of Washington.

Contactee career

Aho and fellow 1957 contactee Reinhold O. Schmidt went on the lecture circuit together in California, and their double-header lectures continued until Schmidt was arrested for and convicted of grand theft. Aho's presentations tended to emphasize his military service in World War II, and spent very little time on "spiritual revelations" he had received from the Space Brothers, either directly or through later sessions with a spirit medium. Aho tended to refer to himself as "Major W. S. Aho," inviting confusion with Major Donald E. Keyhoe, a UFO researcher and writer who thought UFOs were real, but held contactees in low regard.

Aho soon fell under the spell of another one-time Adamski follower, Otis T. Carr. Carr claimed to have built a full-size flying saucer operating on authentic Adamskian or Teslarian "magnetic" principles, and after a suitable amount of money had been collected from gullible elderly attendees at the lectures of Aho and Carr, they announced the Carr saucer, piloted by Carr and Aho, would take off from a fairground in front of thousands of witnesses and fly to the moon, returning with incontrovertible proof of the trip. Criminal charges against both Aho and Carr resulted from the inevitable public fiasco, but Aho was judged to be an innocent dupe.

Cult established and alter life

Like almost all of the 1950s contactees, including George Adamski, Truman Bethurum, Daniel Fry, George King and many others, Aho did get around to founding his own religious cult, based on the teachings of the Space Brothers: in Aho's case, the Church of the New Age, in Seattle, Washington. Following the instructions of the Space Brothers, Aho's yearly convention held near the entrance to Mount Rainier National Park, in the so-called Spacecraft Protective Landing Area for Advancement of Science and Humanities (SPLAASH), created in honor of Kenneth Arnold, tended to emphasize New Age theories of various kinds rather than being strictly a meeting-place for flying saucer fans.

Aho spent the last decade of his life in Gardnerville, Nevada. He died on January 16, 2006 in Carson City, Nevada

Cedric Allingham

Cedric Allingham was a British contactee of the 1950s, whose claims to have encountered the pilot of a Martian spacecraft were published in 1954 as Flying Saucer from Mars.

Later writers have speculated that not only were Allingham's experiences fabricated, but that Allingham himself never existed, being an elaborate hoax perpetrated by a well-known media figure.

'Biography' of Allingham

Allingham's book stated that he had been born in 1922 in Bombay, and educated in England and South Africa. He had taken up amateur astronomy while posted to the Middle East with the RAOC, and subsequently travelled around Britain indulging his hobbies of bird-watching and caravan holidays while making a living as a writer of thrillers.

Allingham made the remarkable claim that on 18 February 1954, while on holiday near Lossiemouth, he had encountered a flying saucer and communicated with its pilot by means of hand gestures and telepathy. The spaceman had indicated that he came from Mars, and that he had also visited Venus and the Moon. As supporting evidence, Allingham took a number of blurry photographs of the saucer and one of its occupant (pictured from the rear). He also claimed that a fisherman named James Duncan had witnessed the event from a nearby hill, providing a signed statement which was reproduced in the book.

Coming soon after the dramatic claims of George Adamski, Allingham's book attracted a fair amount of popular and media attention. TIME devoted a short piece to it early in 1955. Commenting that Allingham's photograph of a Martian looked "very like a crofter with galluses flapping", the writer added:

England's eagerest astronauts, the slide-rule devotees of the British Interplanetary Society, hoot at the book's "scientific" label. Politely, they suggest that Author Allingham has a highly susceptible imagination or that somebody has elaborately hoaxed him. But Allingham, now undergoing lung treatment at a Swiss sanatorium, cares little if critics point out that saucer pictures have been faked in the past with lampshades, garbage-can covers and trapshooting targets tossed in the air. Such books as his apparently answer a deep and widespread yearning for marvels.

TIME, Meeting on the Moor, 14 February 1955[2]

Members of the flying saucer clubs popular at the time made attempts to interview Allingham, but both he and James Duncan proved remarkably elusive. Allingham was said to have delivered a lecture to a UFO group in Tunbridge Wells, at which Lord Dowding (former Air Chief Marshal of the RAF during World War II and a prominent UFO believer) stated he was present: "We got Mr. Cedric Allingham [...] to lecture to our local Flying Saucer Club, and we were all strongly impressed that he was telling the truth about his actual experiences, although we felt that he might have been mistaken in some of the conclusions which he drew from his interview".[3] The writer Robert Chapman made several attempts to trace Duncan, and to contact Allingham through his publishers, who stated firstly that Allingham was undergoing medical treatment in Switzerland, and then that he had died there. Chapman was only able to confirm that Allingham had given the previously mentioned lecture in Sussex, at which the well-known broadcaster, astronomer and noted UFO skeptic Patrick Moore claimed to have met him.[4] Unable to locate either Duncan or Allingham, and therefore suspecting some form of hoax, Chapman regretfully concluded that "if there was no James Duncan and [thus] no visitor from Mars, perhaps there was no Cedric Allingham either".

A hoax?

Progress on unravelling the mystery came in 1986 as a result of research by Christopher Allan and Steuart Campbell, published in the Fortean journal Magonia. In Flying Saucer from Moore's?, they argued that the prose of Allingham's book showed significant similarities to the writing of Patrick Moore. Thanks to further enquiries to Allingham's publisher, they were able to trace a friend of Moore, Peter Davies, who eventually admitted that he had co-written the book with another, unnamed individual. Davies also claimed that the talk at the UFO club given by 'Allingham' had in fact been given by himself while wearing a false moustache. Moore has admitted to being invited, by Lord Dowding, to be a guest at this meeting. These and other clues led Allan and Campbell to identify Patrick Moore as the main culprit in a hoax intended to expose the gullibility and uncritical research methods of British ufologists, Flying Saucer from Mars being a partial parody of Flying Saucers Have Landed, the 1953 book by Adamski and Desmond Leslie.

Further articles on Moore's involvement appeared in "The Star", July 28, 1986 and the 'Feedback' page of "New Scientist" Aug 14, 1986.

Moore, however, immediately denied being responsible for Allingham's book, and threatened to take legal action against anyone suggesting otherwise, although he took no such action on any of the three articles mentioned above. At the time of writing (2008) he has never confirmed his involvement in the affair, even though the telescope shown in the book's frontispiece bears a remarkable resemblance to his own 12½-inch reflectior[1].

Orfeo Angelucci
( June 25, 1912 – July 24, 1993 ) was one of the most unusual of the mid-1950s contactees who claimed to be in contact with extraterrestrials.[1]

Angelucci claimed that he suffered from poor health and extreme nervousness for most of his life, and eventually moved for health-related reasons from Trenton, New Jersey to California in 1948, where he got a job on the assembly line at the Lockheed aircraft plant in Burbank. Fellow contactee George Van Tassel was also employed for a time at this plant.

In his books, Angelucci says he was particularly terrified of thunderstorms and was attracted to California because he heard thunderstorms were very rare there. Angelucci wrote the first version of his pseudoscientific account of matter, energy and life, The Nature of Infinite Entities in 1952, based on "research" done earlier in Trenton, including the launching of a giant cluster of weather balloons.

Beginning in the summer of 1952, according to Angelucci in his book The Secret of the Saucers (1955), he began to encounter flying saucers and their friendly human-appearing pilots during his drives home from the aircraft plant. These superhuman space people were handsome, often transparent and highly spiritual. Eventually Angelucci was taken in an unmanned saucer to earth orbit, where he saw a giant "mother ship" drift past a porthole. He also described having experienced a "missing time" episode and eventually remembered living for a week in the body of "space brother" Neptune, in a more evolved society on "the largest asteroid," the remains of a destroyed planet, while his usual body wandered around the aircraft plant in a daze.

In his later book, The Son of the Sun, Angelucci related an account that he claimed had been told him by a medical doctor calling himself Adam, whose experiences were similar to Angelucci's. He also published several pamphlets on space-brotherly themes, such as "Million Year Prophecy" (1959), "Concrete Evidence" (1959) and "Again We Exist" (1960).

Truman Bethurum
(August 21, 1898 – May 21, 1969) was the second of the classic 1950s contactees, individuals who claimed to have spoken with humanoid aliens and entered or ridden on their flying saucers. His revelations seemed fairly directly inspired by his immediate forerunner, George Adamski.

Bethurum was born in Gavalin, California, and in the early 1950s worked as a mechanic on a road-building crew. Unlike most road-crew members, however, he moonlighted as a fortune teller and spiritual advisor. In 1953 Bethurum first published magazine and newspaper (Redondo Beach Daily Breeze, September 25, 1953) accounts of being contacted about a dozen different times by the humanoid crew of a landed flying saucer, and repeatedly conversing with its stunningly lovely female captain, Aura Rhanes. Saucer and crew, who spoke colloquial English, came from the unknown planet Clarion, which from the earth, in abject defiance of the laws of planetary motion, always remains out of sight behind our moon. The Clarionites were smaller than humans, lived for 1000 years, and were all good Christians who attended church every Sunday. A subsequent 1954 book, Aboard a Flying Saucer, gave more details of Bethurum's suffering at the hands of skeptics, but few other details of Clarion and its people.

Most contactees of this period became (or already were) leaders of new religious movements, including George Adamski, George Van Tassel, Daniel Fry, George King and many others. Bethurum followed the same pattern, quitting his job and telling followers - immediately after the publication of his book - that the space people had commanded him to create a religious commune, with himself as spiritual leader. A commune, the Sanctuary of Thought, was subsequently created near Prescott, Arizona. While Bethurum and his group have a few followers to this day, most self-proclaimed UFO researchers of the 1950s dismissed him as a charlatan--- he refused lie-detector examinations, and also refused to provide physical evidence he claimed to possess, such as supposedly unique items given to him by Captain Aura Rhanes.

Some of Bethurum's later books include The Voice of the Planet Clarion (1957), Facing Reality (1958), and The People of the Planet Clarion (1970), published after his death. The first 44 pages of the final book are an autobiography of Bethurum covering his life up to 1953. In this last book he also mentions that astronomers had told him that Clarion could not possibly orbit either sun or earth in such a way as to remain behind the moon as seen from earth, and that Captain Rhanes must have meant to say Clarion is in the same orbit as our earth, but always behind the sun from our viewpoint. It has been known since the 1960s that no planet exists in either spot. Earlier, in 1954, Bethurum had told audiences during his lectures that Rhanes probably meant Clarion was in another solar system.

An afterword to The People of the Planet Clarion by artist Columba Krebs, who helped Bethurum with all three of his later books, notes that Bethurum seemed obsessed by Captain Rhanes, and had hired a secretary who (according to Bethurum) resembled her very closely. Bethurum himself repeatedly remarked in his many public lectures that his second wife had divorced him in 1955 mainly due to jealousy of Captain Rhanes. He later married a third time, with the wedding taking place at one of George Van Tassel's yearly Giant Rock Spacecraft Conventions.

James Cook

The story of James Cooke entered in ufology literature by the good care of English eccentric Brinsley Le Poer Trench, Earl of Chancarty, who reported about it in the Flying Saucer Review in 1958. It was picked up later by journalist/paranormalist John Keel who loved this kind of twaddles; but no serious ufologist put it forth as an authentic encounter with extraterrestrials. The fact is that the American so-called "contactee" George Adamski had made followers, and much more people than it is generally thought, in the Fifties, also invented stories of their visits of some home planet of "space men", almost invariably bringing back an assuaging message of universal peace and warnings in connection with the madness of the men.

Cooke's story, like quantity of similar stories, obviously and with reasons, was not believed by the serious ufologists of his time; thus, almost forgotten, it survives nowadays as an "example" in the so-called "skeptic" UFO literature, aimed at pointing how silly ufology and extraterrestrial encounters are supposed to be, and also remains as a "case" to illustrate weird thesis of the Keel/Vallée school of though, which asks to view it not just as a then fashionable fable, or attempt at getting publicity, or imaginary starting point for UFO cults, but as "interventions" of some generally undefined "superior" or "evil" earthly intelligence of some parallel world or other realm, supposed to "manipulate" the very fabric or reality.

James Cooke, a resident of Runcorn, Cheshire, England, had already told several alleged flying saucers sightings, when he became part of the "contactee" crowd by claiming that on September 6, 1957, he received, by telepathy, the injunction to go to the top of the hill of Runcorn, which was opposite the city of the same name, and said he did just this, in the middle of the night, 02:15 a.m. on September 7, 1957.

His history is that there, he saw a spaceship in blinding light arriving, coming to hover a few inches above ground-level at some 20 meters in front of him, or less, according to certain sources. The apparatus changed colors from blue to white, then blue again, then dark red.

A slope or staircase with balustrade emerged from this saucer, and a voice told him to enter, by jumping over the ramp without touching it, for the ground was wet of rain. Cooke, hardly startled, willingly did so, thus this case is not "the first alien abduction in England" that some writers thought it was.

Inside the craft, a strong light reigns, without shade, coming from everywhere at the same time, with no visible source. He is commanded to strip himself naked, does so readily, then asked to slip into a kind of plastic suit. He then went into another spaceship that had to be there somewhere, and inside, met a crew of more than 20 men of space, similar to the men, but much taller since 2.10 meters in height, with well-built bodies, black hair, blue uniforms.

As usually in such stories, these people take him along in a saucer trip towards their planet of origin, "Zomdic", orbiting another star or another galaxy, depending on ufological sources. He visits Zomdic, describing its vegetation as yellow instead of green, and the residents hermaphrodites - not bisexual as it will be reported later. "Zomdic" is governed by Wise Seniors, a Master, and as it should be, Cooke would come back from his visit with a teaching to propagate to Earthlings:

"The inhabitants of your planet will upset the balance if they persist in using force instead of harmony. Warn them of the danger."

Brought back home 45 hours after his departure for Zomdic, Cooke thought to make his story sound more true to specify than he forgot to jump over the saucer's ramp as requested when boarding, which caused him an electric shock: indeed the vessels of Zomdic function by electrifying the air, and this is besides the reason why they do not function well in wet weather and why your are not supposed to touch the ramp when the air is damp - Zomdiciens could however think of insulating the ramp, if they are so wise. As a physiological proof, he claimed that others saw the burns that this caused on him.

A little dubitative, he indicated, as for the chance of success, or perhaps as of the relevance or the interest of the extraterrestrials' preaching, reassured by the space man, Cooke then set up "The Church of Aquarius", a UFO cult having its Church in Runcorn. He sat there as a messenger and ambassador of the space men of Zomdic, receiving by telepathy their wise words of peace for the benefit of an audience about which John Keel told it was so numerous that he had to open a second Church in the city, the story not specifying if he was gifted of bilocation to sit there too.

It is claimed that this UFO cult lasted ten years there, and that Cooke "disappeared" in a puff of mystery according to certain sources, or quite simply made himself forgotten - the public interest in the "contactees" had vaned at the end of the Sixties, and it was certainly a wise inspiration of his to "disappear" from public view.

Daniel Fry
(Verdon Township, Minnesota, July 19, 1908 - Alamogordo, New Mexico, December 20, 1992) was an American contactee who claimed he had multiple contacts with an alien and took a ride in a remotely piloted alien spacecraft on July 4, 1949.
Fry's White Sands incident
From the White Sands Proving Ground in New Mexico where he worked, Fry had planned to join the July 4, 1949 evening festivities in nearby Las Cruces but missed the last bus. Finding the Bachelor Officers Quarters (BOQ) where he stayed too hot, he decided to explore a path in the desert he had never been down. There, Fry claimed a 30 foot (10M) diameter, 16 foot (5M) high "oblate spheroid" landed in front of him, and he talked remotely with the pilot who operated the craft from a "mother ship" 900 miles (1400 km) above Earth. Fry claimed he was invited aboard and flown over New York City and back in 30 minutes.[1] During the flight and subsequent meetings, Fry asserted that he talked with the pilot named Alan, (pronounced "a-lawn"[2]) who gave Fry information on physics, the pre-history of earth including Atlantis and Lemuria and the foundations of civilization.
Truth or fiction

Shortly after Fry went public with his story in 1954, he failed a lie detector examination about his claims[3][4]. Fry also took photos and 16 mm film of supposed UFOs, but subsequent analysis[5] of the original footage has provided strong evidence the UFOs were fake.

Later, Fry received a doctorate, however the "degree" was from a mail-order outfit in London, England called Saint Andrew College and was a "Doctorate of Cosmism"[6].

Many years later, Fry also changed the date the event took place from July 4, 1950 to July 4, 1949.[7]

Swiss UFO contactee Billy Meier has identified Daniel Fry as an authentic contactee [8]. nderstanding Inc.

In 1954, Fry published his first book called "The White Sands Incident" and a year later started an organization called "Understanding" which published a monthly newsletter by the same name. Understanding was eventually incorporated as a non-profit corporation, which was described in a 1959 pamphlet as "From a start of nine members at El Monte, California in 1955, Understanding Inc., has grown into an international organization of more than sixty units and many members-at-large throughout the world. These units and members have sponsored hundreds of lectures and meetings, circulated thousands of books and magazines to reach many people in the spirit of 'bringing about a greater degree of understanding among all the peoples of the earth and preparing them for their eventual inevitable meetings with other races in space. "[9]

Using Alan's ideas as a foundation, Understanding Inc. served to spread alternative social and spiritual ideas by speeches, meetings and in the newsletter. The newsletter, first published in 1956, was typically about 20 pages long, published monthly and ran for 240+ issues until 1979.

Understanding Inc. peaked in the early sixties with about 1,500 paid members and 60 or so "Units" in America. Mid-way through its waning years in 1974, Understanding was donated[10] 55 acres (220,000 m²) of land including eight buildings near Tonopah, Arizona by Enid Smith. The buildings, first intended as a religious college, had the ironic feature of being round and saucer shaped. Understanding Inc. had fully taken the property over by 1976 but given Daniel's tight finances during his retirement and the falling Understanding membership, the property fell into disrepair. In late September and early October 1978, the kitchen and the library were burned to the ground by an arsonist and never rebuilt.

Understanding Inc. was considered by some to be a cult[11][12], but Daniel was clear it wasn't in a 1969 Daily Courier article "The group is not mystic, he says, and is not a flying saucer watching organization although some members hold definite beliefs and interests in both areas. Understanding Inc. which is a non-profit, tax exempt corporation, works on the principles that there is nothing that members are required to believe or accept or do, Dr. Fry said." [13] During the early 1970s, Professor Robert S. Ellwood of the University of Southern California studied many new and unconventional religious and spiritual groups in the United States. During his research, he attended a meeting held in Inglewood, California by members of Understanding, Inc. and noted that, "There is no particular religious practice connected with the meeting, although interestingly the New Age Prayer derived from the Alice Bailey writings is used as an invocation." [14]

From 1954 onward, with little reimbursement, Fry gave thousands of lectures to organizations such as service clubs, radio and television stations. He also published other books such as "Atoms, Galaxies and Understanding", "To Men of Earth", "Steps to the Stars", "Curve of Development", "Can God Fill Teeth?" and "Verse and Worse". He, along with other contactees would attend the yearly Spacecraft Convention at Giant Rock in Yucca Valley for the next twenty years, hosted by a friend and fellow contactee, George Van Tassel.

Key points in Fry's life

The first one was in late 1919 when Emily, Daniel's Grandmother who was his sole guardian, made the decision to move to South Pasadena, California to be near Daniel's uncle, Walter. Daniel would live in and around the South Pasadena area for the next 35 years and get in on the ground floor of the early rocket research which Pasadena was host to in the 40s and 50s.

The next important point was in 1949. After the war, when there were massive layoffs, Daniel had moved to Oregon to scrape out an existence. But because of Daniel's work with Edmund Sawyer at Crescent and other related rocketry work, Daniel got a job with Aerojet setting up instrumentation to test rockets at the test range in White Sands, New Mexico. It was that year he would have his reported "incident" with Alan and alter the trajectory of his life.

Most of the events following 1919 and 1949 were a result of the changes that had happened during those years. After 1919, Daniel would turn his working knowledge of explosives into jobs with rockets, which would evolve, thanks in part to his early involvement with Crescent, into jobs with rocket instrumentation.

After 1949, because of his supposed contact with Alan, he would be a founding member of the contactee movement, form Understanding, publish 240+ issues of the Understanding newsletter, author multiple books and give thousands of lectures, interviews and talks. Fry would also become the 1972 vice-presidential nominee of the Universal Party along with the presidential nominee, Gabriel Green.

The last point of interest was in 1978 when everything started to crumble. For Christmas that year, Daniel would note with frustration the dwindling membership and see the library and kitchen at the Tonopah site burned to the ground by an arsonist. Shortly before the fire, Daniel would turn over the Understanding organization to Mr. and Mrs. Sellman and move to Alamogordo, New Mexico with Florence. Less than a year later, the Sellmans quit, along with a number of other long time board members like Tahahlita, because of Daniel's refusal to negotiate a settlement over the Tonopah site lawsuit related to Enid Smith's contested will. With the Understanding organization in tatters, the publication of the newsletter ceased in 1979 for the first time in over 20 years. A year later, Daniel's second wife, Florence, would be dead from breast cancer.

Professional life
In his professional life, he worked as a "powder man" or explosive supervisor in the 1930s and 1940s on such jobs as the Salina Dam near San Luis Obispo, California, for the Basic Magnesium Corporation and on the Pan American Highway in Honduras. From 1949 until 1954, Daniel worked at Aerojet designing, building and installing transducers for control, feedback and measurement of rockets during flight and static tests. From 1954 onward, Fry helped build[16] the Crescent Engineering & Research Company into a multimillion dollar company along with the founder, Edmund Vail Sawyer, eventually becoming the Vice President of Research, and a stockholder. Crescent made parts related to rockets including transducers, and did JATO rocket nozzle rework during the war.

In the early 1960s Fry sold his share in Crescent and moved up to Merlin, Oregon where he ran the Merlin Development Companyuntil moving to Tonopah, Arizona in the 1970s. There he looked after Enid Smith until her death and managed her estate including property she had donated to Understanding, Inc. Shortly before Understanding ceased to function in 1979, Daniel retired to Alamogordo, New Mexico but a few years later, restarted publication of the Understanding newsletter, by now reduced to a single 8" x 14" page, which he continued until 1989.

Personal life

Daniel William Fry was born July 19, 1908 near a small steamboat landing on the Mississippi River called Verdon Township in the Northern part of Aitkin County, Minnesota to Fred Nelson Fry and Clara Jane Baehr. Clara died in 1916 and left Daniel and his older sister, Florence, to be raised by their grandmother while Fred found work where he could as a carpenter and labourer. Fred died two years later in 1918 during the influenza pandemic and left Daniel orphaned at the age of ten. He and his sister were reared under the guardianship of his grandmother and came with her to South Pasadena, California in 1920. Daniel attended the now defunct El Centro Elementary school and went to high school in Antelope Valley.

His parents left practically no estate and at the age of eighteen he found himself entirely dependent upon his own resources. He completed high school but because of increasing unemployment that preceded the 1930s depression he abandoned plans for university. However, he found what jobs he could and studied during the evenings. He worked through the subjects he would have taken at university by using material from the Pasadena Public Library. He became interested in chemistry and eventually specialized in the use of explosives finally settling on the new field of rocketry.

He married his first wife, Elma, in 1934 and had three children. He divorced Elma in 1964 while in Merlin, Oregon and took up common-law residence with Bertha (aka Tahahlita) until moving to Tonopah, Arizona in the mid 1970s. There he married Florence and before Florence died of breast cancer in 1980, they retired to Alamogordo, New Mexico. Daniel then married Cleona, a local Alamogordo resident in 1982 and lived with her until his death on December 20, 1992.

James Gilliland
(born 1952), a Southern California native,is an author, teacher, ufologist, spiritual counselor, energetic healer, and the founder of the Enlightened Contact with Extraterrestrial Intelligence (ECETI) organization.He studied 6 years of Yoga, and has received The Teaching of the Inner Christ certificate and the Rigdzin Norbu ("Jewel of Pure Awareness") certificate.
Early years Gilliland was raised in a small desert town spending most of his time in nature. While in high school, he was captain of the water polo team and the swim team.
Adulthood Gilliland went on to study the construction industry, grocery industry, and real estate industry and was on the board of directors for the chamber of commerce.He owned a California-based commercial real estate company called Pro Realty Management, which developed and managed shopping centers and other multi-million dollar projects.

One day, while body surfing, a couple of waves forced Gilliland into the water, dislocating his shoulder and collapsing his diaphragm. After fighting the waves and making it to the top in order to get air, he noticed that he was incapable of breathing. It was at this point that he says his near-death experience occurred.

It blew me wide open. It shifted me up into what I call the inter-dimensional mind.
—James Gilliland , 

After the incident, James said he gave up his material world in order to pursue a spiritual journey. He moved to Santa Cruz, California, where he lived for six years, opening a meditation center during his time there. In 1986, he moved to Mount Adams, Trout Lake, Washington, opening up his Sattva Sanctuary, a 70-acre (280,000 m2) mountain retreat dedicated for spiritual healing. [4] He has also been operating the Self Mastery Earth Institute (SMEI) at his sanctuary.

Gilliland says his sanctuary is at an opening to a dimensional portal where extraterrestrial ships travel to and from Earth. His first close encounter occurred after eight years of living on his sanctuary; while meditating in his home, he says that he heard a voice in his head originating from a UFO, and after leaving his meditation his sister ran inside informing him that a UFO was hovering over his house. Since then, Gilliland says that he has experienced close encounters with Pleiadeans, Andromedans, extraterrestrials from the Orion constellation, and thousands of UFOs around his sanctuary. In one of his close encounters, Gilliland says that he was allowed to go on board one of the UFOs. During another one of his close encounters, Gilliland says he was hit by "three balls of energy" in the chest, after which appeared Melia, an "extremely loving, benevolent and yet down to business" extraterrestrial from the Orion constellation.

... I was hit with three balls of light within a stream of energy, after which a woman appeared to me with a strange headdress used for communication and other higher consciousness and energy works. The ship came in as a golden light from the north. It dropped down low and hovered ...
—James Gilliland

Gilliland also says that he has been in communication with Archangel Michael, Archangel Gabriel, Jesus, Buddha, Mother Mary, and Cazekiel, his main contact whom Gilliland says is also known as Ezekiel.

He currently has his own radio show called As You Wish.

Calvin C. Girvin
in his 1958 book "The Night Has a Thousand Saucers" related how he had served in the Pacific briefly at the end of World War II, then returned to his home in Pennsylvania where he and his father, after Kenneth Arnold's sighting of flying saucers in 1947, became completely absorbed by the subject of saucers, reading every book, pamphlet and article they could find on the topic, and subscribing to Ray Palmer's magazine "Fate".
Brigitte Grant

is a British make-up artist. She claims to be a multiple abduction victim and also that she has experienced paranormal and alien events throughout her life from early childhood to the present. She is regarded in many circles as being the UK's, if not Europe's, "leading" Alien Abductee[citation needed] and it is widely believed that her abduction experiences are unparalleled. This is to be the subject of the forthcoming book The Alien Within by Nick Pope.

In 2001, at the 20th Leeds International UFO Conference organized by UFO Magazine (UK), Nick Pope introduced Briggite where she related some of her childhood experiences and described them in the context of a child's description, later in the lecture revisiting the simple child-like explanations from a more adult perspective. Nick worked with for several years, and took her to New York to work with Budd Hopkins. He gave a joint presentation with her at the September 2001 conference organised by "UFO Magazine" editor Graham W Birdsall.

One of her early experiences allegedly involved "a little Chinese girl. "I thought has to be Chinese, oriental at lease because of her eyes." and later "...a sort of gazebo in a field. The field shimmered around it and I thought it must have been the grass swaying in the wind. The gazebo had colored lanterns around the outside...flickering..." [not exact quotes]. We were later to find out that the little Chinese girl was probably one of the stereotypical "Greys" and the gazebo was most likely an alien craft.

Brigitte also related more current abduction events, some of which supposedly occurred when she was living in the USA. Nick introduced her to Budd Hopkins, a renowned expert of the abduction phenomenon in the USA, to try to bring clarity to Brigite's deep conscious memories through the use of regression techniques.

In Nick Pope's Weird World article he states that "I gave a presentation with Brigitte Grant, an abductee who I've been working with for several years. Brigitte gave an overview of the various strange experiences that she's had, focusing on a few specific UFO and abduction experiences. For an audience more used to hearing from the abduction researchers, it was refreshing to hear about experiences first hand, from an abductee, and aside from being fascinated by her story, the audience very much appreciated Brigitte's courage for speaking out about her encounters in so public a forum. The Sunday speakers were equally impressive."

Nick Pope is currently working with Brigitte Grant on a book - The Alien Within - about her extraordinary UFO and abduction experiences, which are unparalleled in the literature. She is also the founder member of the South West Witness Support Group.

Gabriel Green

(born 1924 in Whittier, California, died 8 September, 2001, in Yucca Valley, California) was a write-in United States presidential candidate in 1960 and 1972. He claimed to have graduated with a PhD in physics from UC Berkeley in 1953, and to have made several important contributions to the Standard Model of elementary particles, but his actual educational background seems to have been acquired at Woodbury Business College in Los Angeles. For much of his life he worked as a photographer for the Los Angeles school system. He is probably also among the least well-known of the classic 1950s contactees, individuals who claimed to have met and talked with friendly human-looking Space Brothers from other planets, and to have ridden in their spacecraft.

He founded the California-based Amalgamated Flying Saucer Clubs of America, Inc. in 1957, approximately at the same time he announced his meeting with flying saucer crewmen from the hitherto unknown planet Korender, orbiting the triple star Alpha Centauri. Like George Adamski and most other contactees of the period, he said he was able to maintain continual telepathic links with the wise and helpful extraterrestrials he had met. In his 1960 run for US president, he claimed to represent the Universal Flying Saucer Party, and to base his political philosophy on "United World Universal Economics." He also ran unsuccessfully for the U.S. Senate in 1962 in California, claiming to have accumulated over 171,000 votes.

In 1967 he published his only book, Let's Face Facts about Flying Saucers. In 1972 he ran again, this time in Iowa, for US president, collecting less than 200 votes. Like most if not all of the 1950s contactees, Green was evidently far more interested in New Age/Theosophical topics such as reincarnation, channelling, Spiritualism and psychic phenomena than he was in being a prophet expounding wisdom supposedly acquired from friendly space-alien contacts. Also—like most of the more obscure contactees—he eventually dropped out of sight, moving to the vicinity of Yucca Valley, CA after his last run for president, and very seldom thereafter appearing in public until his death about three decades later.

Steven M. Greer
(June 28, 1955) is an American physician, ufologist, author, lecturer and founder of the Orion Project and The Disclosure Project.
Education According to Greer, he enrolled in Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina, but in 1974 he "left traditional college at Boone to enter teacher training at Maharishi International University". As of 2007, Greer was licensed to practice medicine in Virginia and has also been licensed in North Carolina. Career
Greer is former chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Caldwell Memorial Hospital in Lenoir, North Carolina, and a lifetime member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society.

In 1990 Greer founded the Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence (CSETI) (not to be confused with SETI), and offers how-to training on initiating contact with extraterrestrial intelligence. Greer also teaches the use of meditation techniques that he claims allow attendees to "remote view" locations and times (past and present), and develop "cosmic consciousness" and supernatural abilities such as precognition.

In 1993, Greer founded the Disclosure Project, claiming evidence of extraterrestrial visits to Earth, and a wide-ranging conspiracy by secret illegal government projects in the United States and around the world to cover up evidence of these visits.[citation needed]Greer also claims that these groups suppress unspecified extraterrestrial technologies from the people of the world, including free energy (see free energy suppression). One of the Disclosure Project's most famous presentations was at the National Press Club in 2001, where Greer and a number of individuals came forward with alleged evidence.

Greer is also the founder of the Advanced Energy Research Organization (AERO) and The Orion Project. Both seek funding for research into perpetual motion and other free energy devices.

According to Greer he is a contactee who has coined the term "close encounter of the fifth kind" (a.k.a. CE5) to describe alleged human initiated contact with extraterrestrials. CE5 encounters are "characterized by mutual, bilateral communication rather than unilateral contact."

In this is an unbelievable story about the UFO, Paranormal, Extraterrestrial contact, Aliens, Teleportation, Alien Physics: these ET's would show David the principles of Free Energy, Perpetual Motion, Antigravity, Alternate Realities, and Saucer Construction. During David's 20 years of contact, David Hamel will also set straight Ancient Architecture and Early Religious distortions regarding the Bible, the Book of the Dead, the Dead Sea Scrolls, Atlantis, the Pyramids, Stone hinge, and many other ET artifacts left behind during the first two evolution's of planet Earth.

This information is so Bizarre and unbelievable, that it sounds like science fiction -unless you are the first hand Contactee.

David Hamel
After hearing about to David Hamel through a strange Coincidence, my friend Paul and I drove up to see David in the small town of Gilmore, just north east of Toronto, Canada. The brief information that David had relayed to us by telephone struck our curiosity to meet him as soon as possible. Basically, David is a simple man who has spent most of his life as a carpenter. Although David has had no college or University education, he did put some of his life into the military services-where he had his first UFO encounter, merely by accident some 20 years ago.
Dana Howard
Dana Howard was one of the mid-1950s contactees who claimed she went to Venus, married a Venusian, and raised a family there.
Biography She said she was attending a seance conducted by medium Bertie Lilly Candler on April 29, 1955, when Candler managed to summon up and materialize an eight-foot tall, blonde woman from Venus. She later claimed she went to Venus, married a Venusian, and raised a family on that planet.

Within a year after the original late-1952 contactee claims of George Adamski, spirit mediums, automatic writing, Ouija boards, and trance channeling had become the standard ways to contact and communicate with the wise and friendly Space Brothers. The eight-foot blonde, named Diane, provided Howard with the material for most of her published books.

Diane's messages had the usual, stereotypical mid-1950s Theosophical content, including techniques for "mastery of the subconscious," remembering past lives, "direct knowing," and "Elimination, Purification, Rejuvenation and Regeneration or Transmuting." Once the human race evolves to the next level, it will be transferred as a "life-stream" to Venus, for further spiritual development.

George King (Aetherius Society)

(January 23, 1919 - July 12, 1997) was Founder-President of The Aetherius Society, a UFO religion. He was also an inventor, author, lecturer and spiritual teacher.

Early Years

George King was born in Wellington, Shropshire to George and Mary King. Much of his childhood was spent in North Yorkshire. Both his mother and grandmother claimed to be psychics. His grandmother recognised what she believed were similar talents in her grandson and helped him to develop them. In his book about spiritual healing, You Too Can Heal,, King writes that at age eleven, when his mother was seriously ill and confined to her bed, he went alone into the woods and began to pray passionately for her recovery. According to King an "angelic being" appeared before him and instructed him to return home, as his mother had been healed. He arrived back to find his mother up and well.

When war broke out in 1939, King joined the National Fire Service as a part-time volunteer. King became section leader in an emergency task force. In 1940, he participated in the Dunkirk evacuation on the crew of a Thames fire float, and did rescue work following the London Blitz.

When hostilities ceased, King was 26, he turned to the study of yoga as well as various healing arts. In his book You Are Responsible!, King recounts that one Saturday morning in May 1954, while in his small flat in Maida Vale, London, he heard a loud, commanding voice instructing him to "Prepare yourself! You are to become the voice of interplanetary parliament." Shortly afterwards, he channelled his first message transmission purporting to come from an advanced spiritual being living on Venus and using the pseudonym Aetherius.

King quit his job as a taxi driver and established a new religious movement, the "Aetherius Society" to convey the messages of the extraterrestrials. When King founded the Aetherius Society, he claimed that "space aliens held the key to the salvation both of the planet as a whole and of every individual on Earth."


King adopted what he described as a "positive" form of trance in order to enter the state necessary to channel these messages. He contrasted this state with the "negative" form of trance adopted by many spiritualist mediums. The "positive" form of trance was, he said, the result of intense effort and concentration. He used techniques drawn from some of the advanced branches of yoga to concentrate upon one of the psychic centres or chakras connected to the spine and upon the telepathic impulses radiated by his communicators.

King gave away his possessions as he continued to receive transmissions which often were arranged in advance, and tape-recorded. Many were given in front of public audiences, such as at Caxton Hall in London which was regular venue for King. The recordings are in the possession of the The Aetherius Society. The trance condition that King adopted was, he said, extremely stressful. Moreover, it was potentially dangerous to enter it in public because of the risks of a loud noise or physical blow startling him out of it. By the time he stopped receiving transmissions in this way, in the late 1970s, he had experienced over 600 trances.

Some of the reported messages from these beings, whom he called the Cosmic Masters, dealt with the dangers of atomic experimentation, a new religious philosophy and the reality of life on other worlds. These were sent to the world’s media and governments.

Operation Starlight

On July 23, 1958, King claimed to have had physical contact with an extraterrestrial "Cosmic Master" who on had incarnated on Earth as Jesus but was now on the etheric plane of Venus. He claimed the contact occurred on top of Holdstone Downs, in North Devon, England; and he claimed great power had been sent out, specifically to prevent a war in Lebanon. In addition, he claimed the contact caused the hill itself to be charged with spiritual energy. Holdstone Down is now a regular place of pilgrimage for members of The Aetherius Society.

Within a few days, King channelled the first of a series of "message transmissions" from "Master Jesus" called "The Twelve Blessings". Delivered in the basement chapel of The Aetherius Society’s new premises on Fulham Road, London, the Blessings are now a central component in the spiritual teaching and practices of the society.

Holdstone Down proved to be the first of nineteen sacred mountains around the world charged in what became known as "Operation Starlight". Following the charging of the second mountain on Bodmin Moor in England, he said that he had heard a mighty voice deliver "the Lord’s Declaration", prophesying the coming to Earth of the "Next Master", an open landing of an extraterrestrial being. Seven more mountains were charged in the British Isles.

Four phases of the operation were conducted in America. Further phases in Australia and New Zealand followed. In New Zealand, on Mount Wakefield in the foothills of Mount Cook, he and his companion Keith Hope-Robertson lost their way and were forced to spend Christmas Eve 1960 overnight on the mountain. With two more phases in Europe, and a third one performed on Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania by a Master of "The Spiritual Hierarchy of Earth", Saint Goo-Ling, Operation Starlight ended on August 23 1961. The Aetherius Society views the Charged Mountains as an endless source of spiritual power and the Twelve Blessings as a powerful way to tap it for one's own benefit and for that of humanity as a whole.

Other Operations

In 1959 King founded the "American Headquarters of The Aetherius Society" in Los Angeles (the temple of the Aetherius Society, the Sunday services at which the general public is welcome to attend, is located on Hollywood Boulevard), where he would live the remainder of his life, although he continued to visit London.

In 1964, "Operation Bluewater" was born. For this King had to design a special apparatus capable of radiating a beam of "spiritual energy" through thousands of feet of seawater into one of Earth's "psychic centers". A boat was taken out on the Pacific over four phases, during which King said that he maintained telepathic contact with the "Cosmic Masters" while steering in complicated manoeuvres over the center. He claimed the result was that the San Andreas Fault was kept in balance and thousands of lives were saved.

On July 8, 1964, King claimed to receive a transmission describing how spacecraft from many worlds amassed in the skies of Earth to conduct her "Primary Initiation". King recorded this event and explained it in his book The Day The Gods Came, which was published shortly afterwards.

Realising mankind's abuse of the Earth and what he regarded as the inevitable karmic repercussions that were due as a result, King designed "Operation Sunbeam". It had a simple strategy: take spiritual energy given to man through Operation Starlight and send it to the Earth, thus balancing the karma of mankind. He designed a "Spiritual Energy Radiator" to radiate energy sent to it by an extraterrestrial spacecraft. He also devised a battery that he claimed could hold spiritual energy. Operation Sunbeam began on September 24, 1966 when two batteries were charged on Mount Baldy and discharged toward an offshore area of Santa Barbara considered a "Psychic Center of the Earth."

From this technology came yet another operation. Begun on Holdstone Down on June 30, 1973, "Operation Prayer Power" was meant as a tool for saving the environment and mass healing. Again the premise was simple: amass large amounts of spiritual energy through prayer and discharge it quickly and decisively to world crises. Energy was to be invoked through the Twelve Blessings, stored in a spiritual energy battery and discharged using the Spiritual Energy Radiator. The mission purportedly helped to arrest disease waves, stimulate international aid and even (in the case of Cyprus in 1974) stop a war.
Later Years On December 5, 1978, he claims to have received an invitation to visit the mythical city of Shambhala which, it is said, has floated over the Gobi Desert on the etheric plane for hundreds of thousands of years. There he reports having met the being known during his incarnation on Earth as the Buddha.

Phillip H. Krapf
The guest is Phillip H. Krapf - Pulitzer Prize winner and author of "The Contact Has Begun: The True Story of a Journalist's Encounter with Alien Beings". He also wrote the sequel called, "The Challenge of Contact: A Mainstream Journalist's Report on Interplanetary Diplomacy". Glenn Rickert, Multidimensional Field Theorist, is the host of this very enlightening show entitled, "Extraterrestrial Encounters".

Phillip Krapf speaks of how he was first contacted in June of 1997 and taken aboard an extraterrestrial spacecraft. He also shares his straightforward account of what happened during this and his following visits, details on what these benevolent beings called the Verdants were like and why he and a few others on Earth (some are Ambassadors and others like Phillip are called Deputy Envoys) and have been selected to present this information to humanity now.

Philip Krapf revised his book, "The Challenge of Contact" in 2002 to include important information he received -- that full public disclosure about ET contact was supposed to be made in 2002 but was put on hold because of what occurred on September 11. His publisher, Byron Belitsos, states in this second edition:

"Of course, this historic communication became obsolete on September 11, as you will learn in this book. Because of this tragic news, and in order to fully update our readers on the effect of 9/11 on the human/alien contact mission, Phil and I have decided to bring out this new edition of The Challenge of Contact. The book is extensively revised, featuring new front matter, a lengthy new chapter, and new appendices. Its main contents remain the story of Krapf's second visit to the alien ship, which was first presented in the earlier edition..."

Phillip H. Krapf worked in the journalism field for 30 years as a photographer, reporter, copy and managing editor. He spent the last 25 years of his career at the Los Angeles Times on the Metro Desk and shared in a Pulizer Prize as a member of the Metro team that covered the L.A. riots of 1992. Phillip has been written about in many publications and appeared on radio and television shows including The Art Bell Show and Fox TV. Phillip Krapf also spoke at the Global Wings Conference in August 2002 in Denver, Colorado on "The Challenge of Contact - Establishing Diplomatic Ties with Extraterrestrials" with a workshop on "Exploring Personal Alien Encounters". He can be contacted by email at or you can visit his website at

For additional information about this interview with Phillip Krapf and more, please visit the TV Guide section of our website at

On Monday, April 14 (aired in Denver only) is the repeat interview of F. Holmes "Skip" Atwater - Research Director at The Monroe Institute - and the topic is "Living with Guidance". Brenda Cleveland, Creative Goddess, is the host of this very intriguing show. "Captain of My Ship, Master of My Soul: Living with Guidance" is Skip Atwater's latest book which he speaks about during the show. It focuses on how Spirit works to guide us during our lives. He writes that everyday life is a mere reflection of spirit experienced as an intention to become aware of All That Is. Skip shares his personal and spiritual experiences in his book which includes his childhood experiences, his work with Robert Monroe at the Monroe Institute, out-of-body experiences, remote viewing and much more.

F. Holmes "Skip" Atwater also spoke at the Global Wings Conference in August 2002 in Denver, Colorado on "Hemi-Sync and Remote Viewing" with a workshop on "Basic Remote Viewing". His websites can be found at and

The Isle of Light can be viewed on cable channel 58 (you must reside in Denver to access DCTV) on Mondays at 9 PM MST and Wednesdays at 5 PM MST. For those who cannot access DCTV, on Wednesdays only, this show can also be seen video streamed on the Internet at 5 PM by going to You will need to download the free software, RealPlayer, to view the show which is available from this DCTV page. Internet Explorer and a high speed connection gives better viewing results also.
Dino Kraspedon

(1905-2004) was the nom de guerre of Brazilian Aladino Felix, who claimed to be contacted by an alien. Later in life he publicly recanted his claims of alien contact.


He was born in Pedra do Baú and died in Uberaba, Minas Gerais.[citation needed] In 1959 he published Meu Contato com os discos voadores (My Contact with Flying Saucers).[3][2] The book that tells the story of his claimed contact with a flying saucer commander, who didn't give any name, at a road near Kraspedon's homeland. The visitor explained physics concepts from a different perspective, and gave insights on how to improve humanities social conditions. In 1968 he was arrested for suspicion of being a terrorist, after he predicted that there would be a period of terrorism.

Gloria Lee

(1925 - December 3, 1962) was an airline flight attendant and a follower of Oahspe who became part of the 1950s contactee movement in 1953.

Lee claimed to be in telepathic communication with an entity known as JW, who lived on the planet Jupiter, and began to assemble a book of his spiritual teachings as dictated to her. At his direction she founded the Cosmon Research Foundation for the purpose of publication and study of JW's superhuman wisdom, much of which bore some resemblance to the 1882 teachings of Oahspe.

Membership in Gloria Lee's organization rose sharply after advertisements were regularly carried in Ray Palmer's monthly occult magazine Fate. She also hit the contactee lecture circuit and attracted considerable public attention. During her lectures, Lee sold copies of her book of revelations, Why We Are Here! (1959). The year of her death, a second "JW" book was published, The Changing Conditions of Your Planet (1962).

Lee developed a plan for world peace and a space station design and took them to Washington DC in late 1962 in an attempted to bring them to the attention of officials. However, after being rebuffed, she launched a hunger strike or protest fast, telling others in the UFO contactee community that she expected to enter a coma resembling death, then "return" with renewed spiritual energy to carry on her "great work". However, the press were not notified of Lee's hunger strike until some time after it had begun, and she attracted no publicity. After approximately 66 days without eating Lee was taken to George Washington University Hospital where she died on December 3, 1962.

After her death, Charles Boyd Gentzel, the founder of Mark-Age, Inc., and his partner Pauline Sharpe (also known as Nada-Yolanda), claimed to be channelling spirit messages from Lee on behalf of their own UFO-contact cult.

Lee is not the only contactee or would-be contactee to starve herself to death. In November 1982, LaVerne Landis, a member of the UFO cult Search and Prove, died of starvation while waiting in her car in the northern Minnesota woods for over 40 days for a flying saucer to land, after being reportedly being told to wait there during psychic contact with a Space Brother.

Gloria Lee
'Take care not to make intellect our God, it has powerful muscles but no personality.'
me - 'Intellect is only spiritually appropriate if you use it to teach others, if you intellectualize and don't
share, you should be meditating'.



common messages stated by claimed channelled entities written by Russell Chandler:
- Death is unreal.
- All is One in the synergy of Deity.
- We are Divine Beings but have chosen to exist as physical humans.
- In this life there are no victims, only opportunities.
- We can control reality through the powers of Universal Mind.
Carla Ruckert - Ra
The Law of One books were channeled by Carla Rueckert, Don Elkins, and Jim McCarty between 1981 and 1984. If you do not have copies of these books, you can order one or all (there are five) from L/L Research or their online store. They can also be downloaded as pdfs from L/L Research's library.
What I think about Ra


Darryl Anka - Bashar
Bashar is a being of extraterrestrial origin, a friend from the future who has spoken for the past 21 years through channel, Darryl Anka, bringing through a wave of new information that clearly explains in detail how the universe works and how each person creates the reality they experience. Over the years, thousands of individuals have had the opportunity to apply these principles and see if they really work to change their lives and create the reality that they desire.

    Bashar would be the first to say that it's because this information is based on the laws of physics and is not just a "nice New Age philosophy". Perhaps this is a more advanced version of physics than you may have encountered in the past — but nevertheless, it is based on physics. Hence, when you apply these principles and techniques to your day to day life, you can see dramatic results, both in what you experience and how you feel!

      Bashar describes the importance of belief systems and explains how to change what you believe about yourself and your world to dramatically change what you experience in your life. The new perspectives he shares can change the way you view "reality" and help you get in touch with the beliefs and ideas that are presently guiding your life so that you can change them if you decide to. Bashar's message emphasizes your self empowerment and your ability to use your conscious free choice to create the life and the world that you prefer.

      Bashar describes the planet as going through a major transformation— an evolutionary leap to the next level of consciousness. Bashar's message simply acts as a reminder of what you already know but may have forgotten, and can help you experience this transition smoothly and joyfully, by expanding your awareness of the unlimited possibilities that are truly available to you. The message emphasizes increasing your self empowerment and your connection to your Higher Self as being key to consciously creating the kind of reality you desire.
      Bashar's message helps to expand your capacity for learning and change. It re-awakens your ability to use your imagination and express yourself creatively... so that you can experience the ecstasy that is your birthright. The techniques that are contained in the Bashar material are fun, challenging and interesting to work with and Bashar's uniquely humorous and direct approach enhances the entire experience!
  • History of the Universe
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Bashars Timeline for alien invasion
- After 2015 - 2025 it will be a "certain fact known by the majority on the planet that extraterrestrial civilizations exist".
- Between 2025 - 2033 it is "highly likely that we will have some open contacts that will be publisized".
- After 2040 earth will become a member of the alliance.
What I think about Bashar
Overwhelmingly the response we receive is "This works!" Some of the feedback our listeners have shared include:
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Edgar Cayce - The Akashic Records

Edgar Cayce (March 18, 1877 – January 3, 1945) (pronounced /ˈkeɪsiː/) Edgar Cayce was born into a farming family on March 18, 1877 near Beverly, seven miles (11 km) south of Hopkinsville, Kentucky. was an American who claimed to be a psychic. He had demonstrated an ability to channel answers to questions on subjects such as health or Atlantis, while in a self-induced trance. Though Cayce considered himself a devout Christian and lived before the emergence of the New Age Movement, some believe he was the founder of the movement and had influence on its teachings.

Cayce became a celebrity toward the end of his life and the publicity given to his prophecies has overshadowed what to him were usually considered the more important parts of his work, such as healing (the vast majority of his readings were given for people who were sick) and theology (Cayce was a lifelong, devout member of the Disciples of Christ). Skeptics challenge the statement that Cayce demonstrated psychic abilities, and traditional Christians also question his unorthodox answers on religious matters (such as reincarnation and Akashic records).

Today there are thousands of Cayce students and more than 300 books written about Edgar Cayce. Members of Cayce's organization, the Association for Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E.) exist worldwide and Edgar Cayce Centers are found in more than 35 countries.

1877 to 1920—the Kentucky period

In December 1893, the Cayce family moved to Hopkinsville, Kentucky and occupied 705 West Seventh, on the south-east corner of Seventh and Young Street. During this time, Cayce received an eighth-grade education; discovered his spiritual vocation; left the family farm to pursue various forms of employment (at Richard's Dry Goods Store and then in Hopper's Bookstore, both located on Main Street).

Cayce's education stopped with the ninth grade because his family could not afford the costs involved. A ninth-grade education was often considered more than sufficient for working-class children. Much of the remainder of Cayce's younger years would be characterized by a search for both employment and money.

Throughout his life, Cayce was drawn to church as a member of the Disciples of Christ. He read the Bible once for every year of his life, taught at Sunday school, and recruited missionaries, and he is said to have agonized over the issue of whether his supposed psychic abilities—and the teachings which resulted—were spiritually legitimate.

In 1900, he formed a business partnership with his father to sell Woodmen of the World Insurance but was struck by severe laryngitis in March that resulted in a complete loss of speech. Unable to work, he lived at home with his parents for almost a year. He then decided to take up the trade of photography, an occupation that would exert less strain on his voice. He began an apprenticeship at the photography studio of W.R. Bowles in Hopkinsville.

A traveling stage hypnotist and entertainer called "Hart—The Laugh Man" was performing at the Hopkinsville Opera House in 1901. He heard about Cayce's condition and offered to attempt a cure. Cayce accepted, and the experiment took place on stage in front of an audience. Remarkably, Cayce's voice apparently returned while in a hypnotic trance but allegedly disappeared on awakening. Hart tried a posthypnotic suggestion that the voice would continue to function after the trance, but this proved unsuccessful.

Since Hart had appointments at other cities, he could not continue his hypnotic treatment of Cayce. However, a local hypnotist, Al Layne, offered to help Cayce in restoring his voice. Layne suggested that Cayce describe the nature of his condition and cure while in a hypnotic trance. Cayce described his own ailment from a first person plural point of view ("we") instead of the singular ("I"). In subsequent readings he would generally start off with "We have the body." According to the reading, his voice loss was due to psychological paralysis and could be corrected by increasing the blood flow to the voice box. Layne suggested that the blood flow be increased, and Cayce's face supposedly became flushed with blood and his chest area and the throat turned bright red. After 20 minutes Cayce, still in trance, declared the treatment over. On awakening, his voice was alleged to have remained normal. Relapses were said to have occurred but were said to have been corrected by Layne in the same way, and eventually the cure was said to be permanent.

Layne had read of similar hypnotic cures effected by the Marquis de Puységur, a follower of Franz Mesmer, and was keen to explore the limits of the healing knowledge of the trance voice. He asked Cayce to describe Layne's own ailments and suggest cures and reportedly found the results both accurate and effective. Layne suggested that Cayce offer his trance healing to the public, but Cayce was reluctant. He finally agreed on the condition that readings would be free. He began with Layne's help to offer free treatments to the townspeople. As his success and fame spread, he became known as "The Miracle Worker of Virginia Beach." Reports of Cayce's work appeared in the newspapers, inspiring many postal inquiries. Cayce was able to work just as effectively using a letter from the individual as with having the person present. Given the person's name and location, he said he could diagnose the physical and/or mental conditions and provide a remedy. He became popular and soon people from around the world sought his advice through correspondence.

Cayce's work grew in volume as his fame grew. He asked for voluntary donations to support himself and his family so that he could practice full time. He continued to work in an apparent trance state with a hypnotist all his life. His wife and eldest son later replaced Layne in this role. A secretary, Gladys Davis, recorded his readings in shorthand.

1920 to 1923—the Texas period

The growing fame of Cayce coupled with the popularity he received from newspapers attracted several eager commercially minded men who wanted to seek a fortune by using Cayce's clairvoyant abilities. Even though Cayce was reluctant to help them, he was persuaded to give the readings, which left him dissatisfied with himself and unsuccessful. A cotton merchant offered Cayce a hundred dollars a day for his readings about the daily outcomes in the cotton market. However, despite his poor finances, Cayce refused the merchant's offer. Others wanted to know where to hunt for treasures; some wanted to know the outcome of horse races. Several times he was persuaded to give the readings as an experiment. However, he was not successful when he used his ability for such purposes, doing no better than chance alone would dictate. These experiments allegedly left him depleted of energy, distraught, and unsatisfied with himself. Finally, he came to the conclusion that he would use his gift only to help the distressed and sick.

He was persuaded to give readings on philosophical subjects in 1923 by Arthur Lammers, a wealthy printer who, by his own admission, had been "studying metaphysics for years". While in his supposed trance state, Cayce was told by Lammers that he spoke of Lammer's past lives and of reincarnation, something Lammers believed in, which was a popular subject of the day but not an accepted part of Christian doctrine. Cayce questioned his stenographer as to what he had said in his trance state and remained unconvinced. Cayce himself challenged Lammers's charge that he had validated astrology and reincarnation in the following dialog:

Cayce "I said all that?...I couldn't have said all that in one reading." "No," Lammers said; "but you confirmed it. You see, I have been studying metaphysics for years, and I was able by a few questions, by the facts you gave, to check what is right and what is wrong with a whole lot of the stuff I've been reading. The important thing is that the basic system which runs through all the mystery religions, whether they come from Tibet or the pyramids of Egypt, is backed up by you. It's actually the right system." Cayce's stenographer recorded the following:

"In this we see the plan of development of those individuals set upon this plane, meaning the ability to enter again into the presence of the Creator and become a full part of that creation.
Insofar as this entity is concerned, this is the third appearance on this plane, and before this one, as the monk. We see glimpses in the life of the entity now as were shown in the monk, in this mode of living.
The body is only the vehicle ever of that spirit and soul that waft through all times and ever remain the same."
Cayce was quite unconvinced (that he had been referring to and, as such, had validated the doctrine of reincarnation), and the best Lammers could offer was that the reading "opens up the door" and went on to share his beliefs and knowledge of the "truth" with Cayce. It appeared Cayce's instincts were telling him this was no ordinary reading. This client who came for a reading came with quite a bit of information of his own to share with Cayce and seemed intent upon convincing Cayce, now that he felt the reading had confirmed his strongly held beliefs. It should be noted, however, that 12 years earlier Cayce had briefly alluded to reincarnation. In reading 4841-1, given April 22, 1911, Cayce referred to the soul being "transmigrated." Because, as noted below, there are several thousand missing Cayce readings from the period up to 1923, it is possible that he may have also mentioned reincarnation in other readings as well.

Cayce reported that his conscience bothered him severely over this conflict. Lammers overwhelmed, manipulated, confused, reassured and argued with Cayce. Ultimately his "trance voice," the "we" of the readings, also supposedly dialogued with Cayce and finally persuaded him to continue with these kinds of readings. In 1925 Cayce reported that his "voice" had instructed him to move to Virginia Beach, Virginia.

1925 to 1945—the Virginia Beach period

Cayce's mature period, in which he created the several institutions which would survive him in some form, can be considered to have started in 1925. By this time he was a professional psychic with a small staff of employees and volunteers. The "readings" increasingly came to involve occult or esoteric themes.

In 1929, the Cayce hospital was established in Virginia Beach, sponsored by a wealthy recipient of the trance readings, Morton Blumenthal.

Cayce gained national prominence in 1943 through a high-profile article in Coronet titled "Miracle Man of Virginia Beach".[16] He said he couldn't refuse people who felt they needed his help, and he increased the frequency of his readings to eight per day to try to make an impression on the ever-growing pile of requests. He said this took a toll on his health as it was emotionally draining and often fatigued him. He even went so far as to say that the readings themselves scolded him for attempting too much and that he should limit his workload to just two readings a day or else they would kill him.

Edgar Cayce suffered from a stroke and died on January 3, 1945. He is buried in Riverside Cemetery[20] in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.

Claimed psychic abilities

Edgar Cayce has variously been referred to as a "prophet" (cf. Jess Stearn's book, The Sleeping Prophet), a "mystic", a "seer", and a "clairvoyant".

Cayce's methods involved lying down and entering into what appeared to be a trance or sleep state, usually at the request of a subject who was seeking help with health or other personal problems (subjects were not usually present). The subject's questions would then be given to Cayce, and Cayce would proceed with a reading. At first these readings dealt primarily with the physical health of the individual (physical readings); later readings on past lives, business advice, dream interpretation, and mental or spiritual health were also given.

Until September 1923, they were not systematically preserved. However, an October 10, 1922, Birmingham (Alabama) Age-Herald article quotes Cayce as saying that he had given 8,056 readings as of that date, and it is known that he gave approximately 13,000-14,000 readings after that date. Today, only about 14,000 are available at Cayce headquarters and on-line. Thus, it appears that about 7,000-8,000 Cayce readings are missing.

When out of the trance he entered to perform a reading, Cayce said he generally did not remember what he had said during the reading. The unconscious mind, according to Cayce, has access to information which the conscious mind does not — a common assumption about hypnosis in Cayce's time. After Gladys Davis became Cayce's secretary on September 10, 1923, all readings were preserved and his wife Gertrude Evans Cayce generally conducted (guided) the readings.

Cayce said that his trance statements should be taken into account only to the extent that they led to a better life for the recipient. Moreover, he invited his audience to test his suggestions rather than accept them on faith.

Other abilities that have been attributed to Cayce include astral projection, prophesying, mediumship, viewing the Akashic Records or "Book of Life", and seeing auras. Cayce said he became interested in learning more about these subjects after he was informed about the content of his readings, which he reported that he never actually heard himself.

Major themes
The health readings are most numerous, and they involve many alternative health concepts and practices. Cayce described his work in terms of Christian service. People with esoteric interests have focused on a somewhat different set of topics.
Origin and destiny of humanity: "All souls were created in the beginning, and are finding their way back to whence they came." [Reading 3744-5] The Cayce readings could be interpreted as saying that human souls were created with a consciousness of their oneness with God. Some "fell" from this state; others—led by the Jesus soul—volunteered to save them. The Earth, with all its limitations, was created as a suitable arena for spiritual growth. It could also be interpreted as saying that all beings are born and all will eventually die.
Reincarnation: Cayce's work teaches the reality of reincarnation and karma, but as instruments of a loving God rather than blind natural laws. Its purpose is to teach us certain spiritual lessons. Animals have undifferentiated, "group" souls rather than individuality and consciousness. Humans have never been incarnated as animals. He describes a very complex design arranged between souls and God to "meet the needs of existing conditions", which was a reference to the souls who became entrapped in the Earth's physical materiality, which was not intended for a habitat of the soul. In There Is A River, a biography about Cayce by Thomas Sugrue, we are told by Sugrue that spirit "thought-forms" stayed near and guided the anthropoid ape which was chosen to be the most ideal vehicle for the human physical race to be created from, and psychically guided their separate evolution into a Homo sapiens species. This contradicts Cayce's view. In reading (3744-5), Cayce states "Man DID NOT descend from the monkey, but man has evolved, resuscitation, you see, from time to time, time to time, here a little, there a little, line upon line and line and line upon line." Cayce's view arguably incorporates and parallels Theosophical teachings on spiritual evolution.
Astrology: Cayce accepts astrology on the basis that our souls spend time on other planets (or perhaps their spiritual counterparts) in between incarnations. The position of the planets at our birth records these influences.
Universal laws: Souls incarnated on the Earth are subject to certain spiritual laws such as, "As ye sow, so shall ye reap" (karma) or "As ye judge (others), so shall ye be judged." Properly regarded, such laws represent an aspect of God's mercy whereby no matter what our circumstances, He has promised to guide us in our spiritual path. Cayce said that when you view it from the highest dimension, there is no time and no space, nor any future or past, and that it is all happening in one fascinating expression and that time is an illusion that has purpose.
Unknown Life of Jesus: Cayce presented narratives of Jesus' previous incarnations, including a mysterious Atlantean figure called "Amilius" as well as the more familiar biblical figures of Adam, Enoch, Melchizedek, Joshua, Asaph, and Jeshua. Cayce describes Jesus as an Essene who traveled to India in his youth in order to study Eastern religions, more specifically astrology.
Jesus and Christ: Following New Thought precedent, Cayce distinguishes between Jesus and Christhood. Briefly, Jesus was a soul like us who reincarnated through many lifetimes. "Christhood" is something he was the first to allow to be "manifest" through his material life, and it is something which we also ought to aspire towards. Cayce accordingly calls Jesus our "elder brother" and frequently makes reference to the way of the "lowly Nazarene."
Ideals: Cayce repeatedly stresses the choice of an ideal as the foundation of the spiritual path. "And O that all would realize... that what we are... is the result of what we have done about the ideals we have set" (1549-1). We may choose any ideal we feel drawn to. As we attempt to apply it in our lives, God will guide us further, perhaps inspiring us to revise our choice of ideal. The highest ideal, says Cayce, is Christ; however, the readings recognize "the Christ spirit" in some form as the basis for religions other than Christianity.
Body, Mind, Spirit: Cayce often invokes these three terms, or their equivalents, to describe the human condition. "Spirit is the life. Mind is the builder. Physical is the result." (conflation of various readings). The concept has application not only to holistic health but also to the spiritual life.
Meditation: While Cayce sometimes described particular meditation techniques of sitting or chanting "Arrr--eee-oommm" the crucial element, he believed, is that of opening up to divine influences. The Search For God books say that "Through prayer we speak to God. In meditation, God speaks to us." Cayce's concept of meditation has some aspects in common with Hinduism or Buddhism (the chakras, kundalini) but is most similar to Christian versions of New Thought. The symbolism of the Book of Revelation, he says, is based on meditative experiences.
Extra-sensory perception: Cayce accepted psychic experiences and ESP as a natural by-product of soul growth. God may speak to us through dreams (many readings consist of dream interpretation), or through intuitions similar to the pangs of conscience. However, Cayce did not endorse Spiritualism or mediumship on the grounds that supposed entities thus contacted are not necessarily particularly lofty. Instead, he encouraged seekers to focus on Christ.
Atlantis: The Cayce readings spoke of the existence of Atlantis, a legendary continent with an advanced technology whose refugees peopled ancient Egypt as well as pre-Columbian America. Cayce's description of Atlantis has much in common with that of Ignatius L. Donnelly. According to Cayce, Atlantean society was divided into two long-lived political factions—a "good" faction called the "Sons of the Law of One," and an "evil" faction called the "Sons of Belial." Many people alive today are the reincarnations of Atlantean souls, he believed, who must now face similar temptations as before. It is said Atlantis suffered three major destructions, one of which was the deluge. According to the readings, a major source of turmoil was the Sons of Belial's desire to exploit the Things, sub-humans with animal appendages and low intelligence, and the movements to protect and evolve them by the Sons of the Law of One. The final destruction was the overcharging of the crystal which caused a massive explosion.
Egypt: Next to biblical times, the most significant era for the "life readings" was a pre-dynastic Egyptian civilization consisting of Atlantean refugees. Cayce purported to have been an Egyptian priest named "Ra Ta" who built a spiritually-based healing center (the "Temple of Sacrifice") and educational institution (the "Temple Beautiful"). His diagnostic readings and narratives about the past and future were supposed to be a continuation of his ancient work. This civilization also built monuments on the Giza plateau, including the Great Pyramid, and left records of Atlantis in a "hall of records" located somewhere beneath the Great Sphinx of Giza. These readings bear a close resemblance to books by AMORC founder H. Spencer Lewis.
Earth Changes: Cayce coined the term Earth Changes (later widely used in New Age writings), a reference to a series of cataclysm events which he prophesied would take place in future decades — notably including the Earth shifting on its axis, and most of California dropping into the Pacific Ocean following a catastrophic earthquake.
Cayce "cures": Cayce's medical readings typically prescribe poultices (often of castor oil), osteopathic adjustments, colonic irrigation, massage (often with peanut oil), prayer, folk remedies (e.g. charcoal tablets), various forms of electric medicine and patent medicines (such as Atomidine), and specific recommendations concerning diet and exercise. Cayce is often seen as a practitioner of holistic medicine, and has particularly strong philosophical ties with naturopathy.
"Cayce diet": Major dietary recommendations include the avoidance of red meat, alcohol (except red wine), white bread, and fried foods; a preference for fruits and above-ground, leafy vegetables over starches; and a high ratio (80:20%) of alkaline foods over acidic. One meal per day should consist entirely of raw vegetables. Under strict circumstances, Cayce advocated both coffee and pure tobacco cigarettes to be non-harmful to health. “Food combining” was also a central idea in the Cayce diet. According to Cayce, several food combinations that are contraindicated are coffee with milk or sugar, citrus fruit with starchy foods, and high protein foods with starches. Cayce himself followed very few of the dietary recommendations that were suggested by the readings. According to Cayce, two or three almonds (see Amygdalin) a day keeps cancer away.
Dream interpretation: Cayce was one of the early dream interpreters who contradicted Freudian views by saying that dreams can be of many different kinds (including sexual) with many levels of meaning; that lack of interest is the reason for poor dream recall; that only the dreamer knows the meaning of his dream; and that a dream is correctly interpreted when it makes sense to the dreamer, when it checks out with his other dreams, and when it moves him forward in his life.
Supporters of Cayce

Dr. Gina Cerminara published books such as Many Mansions, and The World Within. Dr. Brian Weiss published the bestseller regarding clinical recollection of past lives, Many Lives, Many Masters. These books provide broad support for spirituality and reincarnation. "Many Mansions" elaborates on Cayce's works and buttresses his stated abilities with real life examples.

One such example from Gina Cerminara's works:

"Cayce once gave a reading on a blind man, a musician by profession, who regained part of his vision in one eye through following the physical suggestions given by Cayce. This man happened to have a passion for railroads and a tremendous interest in the Civil War. In the life reading which Cayce gave, he said that the man had been a soldier in the South, in the army of Lee, and that he had been a railroad man by profession in that incarnation. Then he proceeded to tell him that his name in that life was Barnett Seay, and that the records of Seay could still be found in the state of Virginia. The man took the trouble to hunt for the records -- and found them, in the state capitol at Richmond: that is to say he found the record of one Barnett Seay, standard-bearer in Lee's army who had entered and been discharged from the service in such and such a year."

The Dictionary of American Religious Biography writes about Cayce,

As a humble individual full of self-doubts, Cayce never profited from his mystic gift. He read the Bible every day, taught Sunday School, and helped others only when asked. Many did ask, and over the years he produced readings that diagnosed health problems, prescribed dietary regimens, dealt with psychic disorders, and predicted future events such as wars, earthquakes, and changes in governments. He spoke, moreover, of reincarnations, the early history of Israel, and the lost civilization of Atlantis. Enough of his diagnoses and predictions proved true to silence many skeptics and to develop a wide following.

Controversy and criticism

Skeptics of Cayce say that the evidence for his powers comes from contemporaneous newspaper articles, affidavits, anecdotes, and testimonials, which are not scientifically rigorous. They are also critical of Cayce's support for various forms of alternative medicine, which are regarded by many as quackery. Michael Shermer writes in Why People Believe Weird Things, "Uneducated beyond the ninth grade, Cayce acquired his broad knowledge through voracious reading and from this he wove elaborate tales." Shermer wrote that, "Cayce was fantasy-prone from his youth, often talking with angels and receiving visions of his dead grandfather." Shermer further cites James Randi as saying "Cayce was fond of expressions like 'I feel that' and 'perhaps' -- qualifying words used to avoid positive declarations." Shermer also says that methods used at the institution operated by Cayce's followers show their ESP experiments have no statistical difference from chance.

One of Cayce's most controversial statements[citation needed] regards the actual age of the Great Pyramid in Egypt. In one of his readings: (Q) What was the date of the actual beginning and ending of the construction of the Great Pyramid? (A) Was one hundred years in construction. Begun and completed in the period of Araaraart's time, with Atlanteans Hermes and Ra. (Q) What was the date B.C. of that period? (A) 10,490 to 10,390 before the Prince (Jesus) entered into Egypt.

In 1984, the Cayce foundation supported an effort to carbon date the pyramids of Giza. The average radiocarbon dates were 374 years earlier than expected by the Egyptologists, but nowhere near the 10,500 years B.C. claimed by Cayce. The carbon dates of the Great Pyramid ranged from about 3800–2850 B.C.—about 7,000 years later than Cayce's claim.

What I think about Edgar Cayce
jane-roberts normal
Rubert as Jane Roberts

Jane Roberts - Seth

(May 8, 1929 – September 5, 1984) was an American author, poet, psychic and trance medium or spirit medium who "channeled" a personality named Seth. Roberts was born in Saratoga Springs, New York, where she attended Skidmore College.The publication of the Seth texts, known as the Seth Material, established her as one of the preeminent figures in the world of paranormal phenomena.

The Yale University Library maintains a comprehensive archive documenting the work and life of Jane Roberts, including published writings, unpublished writings such as journals and personal papers, correspondence and audio recordings of various channeling sessions, including the Seth Material and other recordings.

Published work

In addition to the Seth texts, which were published in eleven volumes, Roberts was also a published author of science fiction novels, poetry, and several books about ESP development. Her non-channeled books include How to Develop Your ESP Power (aka The Coming of Seth), The Seth Material, Adventures in Consciousness, Psychic Politics, and The God of Jane. Roberts' novels include The Education of Oversoul Seven, The Further Education of Oversoul Seven, Oversoul Seven and the Museum of Time (all three later reissued in one volume as The Oversoul Seven Trilogy), Emir's Education in the Proper Use of Magical Powers, and The Rebellers among others. Her books, including the novels and the channeled Seth material, have been described as influential in starting the trend of "channeling" and other new age practices such as "dreamwork" and "lucid dreaming".

Roberts described the process of writing the Seth books as entering a trance state during which Seth would assume control of her body and speak through her, while her husband wrote down the words she spoke. These episodes are variously referred to as "readings" or "sessions".

Roberts also purportedly channeled several other personalities, including the philosopher William James, through a process she described as using a typewriter to write "automatically" and the impressionist painter Paul Cézanne.

Seth Material
In late 1963, Jane Roberts and her husband, Robert F. Butts, experimented with a Ouijaboard as part of Roberts' research for a book on extra-sensory perception. According to Roberts and Butts, on December 2, 1963 they began to receive coherent messages from a male personality who eventually identified himself as Seth. Soon after, Roberts reported that she was hearing the messages in her head. She began to dictate the messages instead of using the Ouija board, and the board was eventually abandoned. For 21 years until Roberts' death in 1984 (with a one-year hiatus due to her final illness), Roberts held regular sessions in which she went into a trance and purportedly spoke on behalf of Seth. Butts served as stenographer, taking the messages down in home-made shorthand, although some sessions were recorded. These messages, channeled from Seth through Roberts, consisting mostly of monologues on a wide variety of topics, are collectively known as the "Seth Material".

The Material through 1969 was published in summary form in The Seth Material, which was written by Roberts using material from the channeling sessions. Beginning in January 1970, Roberts wrote books that she described as dictated by Seth. Roberts claimed no authorship of these books beyond her role as medium. This series of "Seth books" eventually totaled ten volumes, although the last two books appear to be incomplete due to Roberts' illness. The list of titles includes Seth Speaks (1972); The Nature of Personal Reality (1974); The Unknown Reality (1977-1979), The Nature of the Psyche, Its Human Expression (1979); The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events (1981); and Dreams, Evolution and Value Fulfillment (1986). Robert Butts contributed notes and comments to all the Seth books, and thus was a co-author on all of them.

According to Roberts, Seth described himself as an "energy personality essence no longer focused in physical reality" who was independent of Roberts' subconscious, although Roberts herself expressed skepticism as to Seth's origins, wondering if he was a part of her own personality. Roberts, as Seth, was at times stern, jovial or professorial, and he frequently assumed a distinct accent which was not identifiable. Unlike the psychic Edgar Cayce, whose syntax when speaking in trance was antiquated and convoluted, Roberts' syntax and sentence structures were modern and clear when speaking as Seth.


Dr. Catherine L. Albanese, Professor of American Religious History at the University of Chicago, stated that in the 1970s the Seth Material "launched an era of nationwide awareness" of the channeling trend and directly contributed to the "self-identity of an emergent New Age movement and also augmenting its ranks." Dr. John P. Newport, in his study of the impact of New Age beliefs on contemporary culture, described the central focus of the Seth material as the idea that, for each individual: "you create your own reality". He wrote that this foundational concept of the New Age movement was first articulated in the Seth material. According to historian Robert C. Fuller, a professor of religious studies at Bradley University, Seth filled the role of guide for what Fuller called "unchurched American spirituality", including the topics of reincarnation, karma, free will, ancient metaphysical wisdom, and "Christ consciousness".

The implied influences of Eastern mysticism and philosophy are also highlighted in Astrology and Psychic Phenomena by Terry Holley, E Calvin Beisner and Robert M Bowman Jr, who say "Husband Robert Butts stated that similarities exist between Seth's ideas and those of various religious, philosophical, and mystical doctrines from the Near, Middle, or Far East.... and we've done a little reading on Buddhism, Hinduism, Zen, and Taoism, for example, not to mention subjects like shamanism, voodooism, and obeah."

In the realm of science, the only criticism that the late amateur physicist Michael Talbot could muster was admission of jealousy that Roberts was able to explain the nature of reality without all the effort that he had put forth in studying the subject: "To my great surprise--and slight annoyance--I found that Seth eloquently and lucidly articulated a view of reality that I had arrived at only after great effort and an extensive study of both paranormal phenomena and quantum physics" (Beyond the Quantum).

Roberts and the Seth Material have attracted critiques from outside the paranormal community. Charles Upton, in The System of Antichrist, posited that the reason Roberts multiplies the self in many ways is due to a fear of death, and that the Seth texts are based on a misunderstanding of both Christianity and of Eastern religions.

Amateur magician and critic of parapsychology James E. Alcock opined "In light of all this, the Seth materials must surely be viewed as less than ordinary. There certainly was the time and talent for fraud to play a role, but we cannot discriminate between that possibility and the possibility of unconscious production— At any rate, given these circumstances, there seems little need to consider the involvement of any supernatural agency."

Posthumous publications
In 1995, Amber-Allen published The Magical Approach, one of Seth's last books. In 1996, sessions 1 through 510 of the Seth Material (the "early sessions" which preceded the dictation of the Seth books) were published posthumously by Robert Butts in nine volumes, along with seven volumes of previously unpublished personal messages which accompanied the later sessions. In 1997, Amber-Allen published Seth's last book, dictated by Roberts from her hospital bed, The Way Toward Health. Roberts' and Butts' manuscripts, notes and recordings were donated to the Yale Library. Robert Butts remarried and lived in Sayre, Pennsylvania until his death in May, 2008.

Since Roberts' death, others have claimed to channel Seth. Perhaps in anticipation of this event, in the introduction to Seth's first dictated book, Seth Speaks, he says that his "communications will come exclusively through Ruburt [Seth's nickname for Jane] at all times, to protect the integrity of the material". In The Seth Material, Jane Roberts wrote: "Several people have told me that Seth communicated with them through automatic writing, but Seth denies any such contacts." At least one person has claimed to channel Roberts herself.

What I think about Seth
Jane Roberts

JZ Knight as Ramtha
The four cornerstones of Ramtha's philosophy are
- The statement 'You are God'
- The directive to make known the unknown
- The concept that consciousness and energy create the nature of reality
- The challenge to conquer yourself
JZ Knight - Ramtha
"Ramtha" redirects here. For a town in Jordan, see Ramtha, Jordan.

J. Z. Knight (Judy Zebra Knight, born Judith Darlene Hampton on March 16, 1946, in Roswell, New Mexico) is the claimed, sole legal channel of Ramtha and author of the best-selling autobiography, “A State of Mind, My Story.”

JZ Knight and Ramtha have captivated and inspired audiences worldwide for the last three decades, by claiming to bridge ancient wisdom and the power of consciousness together with the latest discoveries in science. Some of the ideas are similar to those of Shirley MacLaine's, which have in turn been criticised for being "kindergarten metaphysics" by mathematician and skeptic Martin Gardner.[2] Ramtha's teachings have further been criticised by scientists and skeptics around the world (see Controversy and Criticism below). JZ Knight has appeared on US TV shows, such as Larry King[3] and The Merv Griffin Show, offering spiritual insight and inspiration to thousands of people from all over the world, including figures from the entertainment and political world such as Linda Evans and Shirley MacLaine. JZ Knight has also participated as address speaker at the international women's conferences affiliated with the United Nations. [citation needed]

Knight now lives in a 12,800-square-foot French-chateau-styled mansion in the outskirts of Yelm, Washington, which includes a spa, swimming pool and stables, and recruits a staff of 14. A horse arena nearby has been turned into what is called The Great Hall, where she teaches courses and runs Ramtha's School of Enlightenment.

Knight has been married six times so far (five of which lead to a divorce), and is the mother of two children from her first marriage (Brandy and Christopher), which was led to a divorce because of her unwillingness to continue putting up with her husband's alcoholism and infidelity.


Knight grew up in poverty and was unable to go to college. After graduating from high school, JZ Knight dropped out of business school. She does not hold a degree in either teaching, religious studies or science. Later, she went on to work at the cable television industry, and due to her work moved to Tacoma, Washington, where a psychic told her the 'Enlightened One' would appear to her in the future. Ramtha allegedly appeared to her for the first time in 1977, in her and her husband's trailer.

Knight appeared on The Merv Griffin Show in 1985, and later wrote the autobiographical A State of Mind in 1987. Time called her "probably the most celebrated of all current channelers." Ramtha's School of Enlightenment website says that since 1988, through the JZ Knight Humanities Foundation, Knight has donated $1,181,068 to 200 graduating high-school seniors "that they may pursue their educational goals." In 1996, a total of $280,000 was given to 39 graduating seniors.[citation needed]

JZ Knight has a store in Yelm, WA, along with an online store which sells products not connected with Ramtha's teaching. The store sells kitchen utensils, women's apparel, cosmetic products and pet supplies, among other products. She is currently the president of JZK, Inc and Ramtha's School of Enlightenment, located in the foothills of Mt. Rainier in Washington, and the name of Ramtha is copyrighted under JZ Knight. She also won a court case which affirmed that she is the sole legal channeler of the entity Ramtha (see Court Cases below). There have been over 120 books and 40 DVDs released by RSE, JZK Inc. or independently in the past twenty-five years.[citation needed] She also appeared in the 2004 movie What the Bleep Do We Know!?, which has been heavily criticised by the scientific community.

After an absence from public view for several years, she returned to public speaking on radio and in magazines and workshops.[when?]


Ramtha (Ram - in the ancient language of his world, it means "the God") is the entity that JZ Knight claims to channel. According to Ramtha, he was a Lemurian warrior who fought the Atlanteans over 35,000 years ago. Ramtha speaks of leading an army over 2.5 million strong (more than twice the estimated world population at about 30,000 BC) for 63 years, and conquering three fourths of the known world (which was going through cataclysmic geological changes). According to Ramtha, he led the army for ten years until he was betrayed and almost killed.

Ramtha says he spent the next seven years in isolation recovering and observing nature, the seasons, his army making homes and families, and many other things. He later mastered many skills, including foresight and out-of-body experiences, until he led his army to the Indus River while in his late fifties. Ramtha taught his soldiers everything he knew for 120 days, he bid them farewell, rose into the air and in a bright flash of light he ascended before them. He made a promise to his army that he would come back to teach them everything he had learnt. JZ Knight says that in 1977 Ramtha appeared before her and told her that he had come to help her over the ditch. JZ Knight became his first student of what he calls the great work.


Ramtha is the central figure (the "master teacher") of Ramtha's School of Enlightenment, started by JZ Knight in 1987 in Yelm, Washington. Classes (or "dialogues") had been held around the world for the previous ten years. There are currently over 6,000 current students of Ramtha's Teachings and many more have been to retreats in the past.

A central theme of Ramtha's teachings involves the internalization of divinity (God is in Us, You are God, Behold God). Ramtha is described as having brought his knowledge to many ancient civilizations in the world such as the Ancient Egyptians. The website also suggests that traces of the lineage of the original teachings and philosophies he taught 35,000 years ago have appeared throughout history in the schools of philosophers like Socrates, religions like Hinduism and Judaism, and the works of great minds such as Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.

Ramtha's teachings appear to be a mixture of Jungian philosophy, Western occult traditions and contemporary positive-thinking attitudes (such as New Age beliefs), but have yet to stand against elementary skepticism or scrutiny, and predictions made by the disembodied entity have either failed to come true (for example, predicting that a holocaust would take place in 1985, or that the USA would be involved in a major war in 1985) or the predicted senarios are too wide to evaluate and/or have too large an error margin to be considered, which is usually the case with channelers.

When Knight says she is channeling Ramtha, she/he speaks mostly in English, in what sounds like an accent from the Indian Raj, and sometimes in a simplistic way. Ramtha has expressed confusion about modern items (or even the ability to read English), although he seems to have clear understanding of complex issues of modern physics, such as the quantum field or neurology, which appear frequently in his speeches. During the channeling of Ramtha JZ Knight behaves a bit differently and speaks in a deeper and stern voice.

In his teachings, Ramtha has made several controversial statements, such as that Christianity is a "backward" religion, that Jesus' parables can be explained by means of photon waves and probability, that murder isn't really wrong or evil, or (during the the court case JZ Knight v Jeff Knight) Jeff Knight stated that Ramtha had allegedly declared that HIV is Nature's way of 'getting rid of' homosexuality.

Controversy and Criticism

Most books regarding Ramtha and RSE come from JZK Publishing, one of the several companies started by JZ Knight. Other books somewhat sympathetic to Ramtha, such as "Finding Enlightenment: Ramtha's School of Ancient Wisdom" by Gordon Melton, have ties to RSE in other ways. The author of Finding Enlightenment, testified for J.Z. Knight in Knight vs. Knight (1992-1995) against her former husband Jeffery Knight (see below).

Skeptics point to Ramtha's story as proof that he does not exist. Ramtha claims to come from the continent of Lemuria and to have conquered Atlantis. The existence of the two locations are considered of legendary nature, and neither have been found. Furthermore, the claim that Ramtha led an army of 2.5 million contradicts estimates of the world population at 33,000 BC, and her claims of clairvoyant, telepathetic, telekinetic and other ESP abilities, for which there is no scientific support and have been heavily criticised by skeptics and scientific communities across the world. (See also each individual article for further information.)

Ramtha's claim that every person can learn to create their own reality is in itself a philosophical paradox: If everyone is capable of creating their own realities with their minds, then what would happen if one person created a reality in which no one was allowed to create their own realities?

Magician and skeptic James Randi said that Ramtha's believers have "no way of evaluating [her teachings]", while Carl Sagan in his book The Demon-Haunted World says that "the simplest hypothesis is that Ms. Knight makes 'Ramtha' speak all by herself, and that she has no contact with disembodied entities from the Pleistocene Ice Age." He goes on to write a list of questions that Ramtha's answers would help us determine whether he is actually a disembodied entity from the paleolithic times (such as "What were the indigenous languages, and social structure?", "What was their writing like?" or "How does he know that he lived 35,000 years ago?"), and ends by saying that "[i]nstead, all we are offered are banal homilies."

JZ Knight's ex-husband, Jeff Knight, in an interview in 1992 with Joe Szimhart, said that Ramtha's teachings is a "farce" and that it "just a money making business for her [JZ Knight]". He also said that students of Ramtha's School of Enlightenment are "involved in a very dangerous, very evil corrupt thing". Jeff died from the HIV aids infection in 1994 before he could appeal the court's decision against him.

Attacks and criticism against Ramtha's teachings and Ramtha's School of Enlightenment have also been made by former students of the school. David McCarthy, a Yelm resident and former student of the School between 1989 and 1996, has accused the School of being a cult. He further claims that he was intimidated during his studies there, and he felt like mind control was being exerted by JZ Knight and the school. He said "At one point I was running around scared I was going to get eaten by the lizard people." Mc Carthy became disappointed, not only with his own experience of Ramtha's teachings but also as he had cut ties from his family to become a student as they lived in a different country. This lead McCarthy to form a group called "Life After Ramtha's School of Enlightenment", which questions the authenticity of Ramtha and encourages people to come out and express their experiences after their realisation that the RSE is a cult. The School has also been characterised as a cult by acclaimed skeptic Michael Shermer, in his book "Why People Believe Weird Things".

Glenn Cunningham, a former bodyguard of JZ Knight's, in an interview with David McCarthy details the inner workings of the Ramtha's School of Enlightenment, and criticizes various activities (such as trademarking ideas and phrases that had been coined by other authors many years before - for example, the idea of "Blue Body", or mixing quantum physics with new age ideas, which can be found in Vera Stanley Alder's "From the Mundane to the Magnificent", first published in 1979) of JZ Knight's and aspects of Ramtha which he simply saw as JZ Knight acting. Among the things he mentions is the fact that Ramtha mispronounces the same words that JZ Knight mispronounces, and that Ramtha quotes the same books that JZ Knight has read. Glenn Cunningham's admits in the video interview, that he was prone to lying to students when he saw fit or thought that it may help them.

Furthermore, Ramtha's teachings as they are portrayed in the movie What the Bleep Do We Know!?, not only in the general gist of the film (which was directed and funded by students of Ramtha's School of Enlightenment) but also in instances where Ramtha is interviewed on screen, have been heavily criticised by the scientific community across the globe, and skeptics, such as James Randi.

Court Cases

JZ Knight has been involved in several court disputes, some personal and others business-related. A woman from Berlin called Judith Ravell was accused by J.Z. Knight that for five years during which Ravell claimed she was also channeling Ramtha, she was disturbing Knight's psychic state and it had left her "hanging in spiritual limbo". The case was brought to the supreme court in Vienna and lasted over five years, at the end of which Austria's supreme court awarded copyright to J.Z. Knight as the sole channelor of Ramtha, and Ravell was made to pay $800 in psychic damages to J.Z. Knight. Another case involving copyright and trademark ownership was JZK, Inc vs. Glandon, in which Joseph Glandon was accused of distributing copyrighted teachings of Ramtha.

In Knight vs. Knight (1992-1995), Jeff Knight alleges that he lost years of his life by postponing modern medical treatment for his HIV infection, due to advice from his wife that Ramtha could heal him. The court decided against him, but he died before he could appeal the court's decision.

Knight, through JZK Inc., accused WhiteWind Weaver, a Thurston County citizen, of stealing Knight's ideas and using her and Ramtha's teachings in her workshops. A trial began on March 10, 2008 in Thurston County Superior Court, and at the end of it Knight was awarded about $10,000 after the court's decision against WhiteWind Weaver.

JZ Knight also refused to attend court as a witness, in a case involving a 15-year old who claimed rape against two students of Ramtha's School of Enlightenment. The 15-year old girl was invited to a RSE retreat after she had written a letter to Knight, which mentioned that her dancing and acting teacher had engaged in sexual intercourse with her. In the retreat, Knight channeled Ramtha who in turn questioned the girl, her father, and the two people who were accused of engaging in sexual activities with her, Wayne Allen Geis and Ruth Beverly Martin, on stage in front of an audience of over 800 people for about an hour, during which Geis and Martin confessed to their activities. Ramtha could not confess in court, and JZ Knight said she did not remember anything from the confession session, and could therefore not appear in court.

What I think about Ramtha
JZ Knight
Kyle Pounds
Kyle Pounds - Billy
Billy isn't the brightest of the channelers but he makes his message very clear. He really likes monkeys. Not only that but he wants to make sure that other people know that he really likes monkeys. Lot's of teachings may be inferred from that. Like how you should be good to animals.




Kyle Pounds as Billy
Lee Carol

Lee Carol - Kryon
After graduating with a business and economics degree from California Western University in California, Lee Carroll started a technical audio business in San Diego that flourished for 30 years.

As an award winning audio engineer, where does channelling and Indigo children fit into all this? As Lee tells it, Spirit had to hit him "between the eyes" to prove his spiritual experience was real. The year 1989 was the turning point when finally came together, after some years earlier a psychic told him about his spiritual path and then three years later the second unrelated psychic told him the same thing! Both spoke of Kryon... a name that almost nobody had ever heard.

Timidly, the first writings were presented to the metaphysical community in Del Mar, California, and the rest is history - with a total of fourteen metaphysical books being released in a twelve-year span. There are now almost one million Kryon and Indigo books in print in twenty four languages worldwide - The foreign editions represent Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Hebrew, Danish, Italian, Greek, Korean, Hungarian, Bulgarian, Russian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Japanese, Dutch, Finnish, Slovene, Estonian, Indonesian, Portuguese, Romanian and Turkish.

Lee and his spiritual partner, Jan Tober, started the "Kryon light groups" in Del Mar in 1991 and quickly moved from a living room setting to a Del Mar church. The Kryon organization now hosts meetings all over the globe with audiences of up to 3,000 people. In the beginnings of the Internet, Kryon had the largest consistent New Age folder in the history of America Online. Now, you are looking at the Kryon web site with a multitude of interesting pages and a registry of over 20,000 visits a day to the front page alone. Also on this website is a free on-line magazine where new Kryon and Indigo-related articles are featured regularly. Read new articles... see the scrapbook photos of past events, and download over 70 hours of free MP3 audio of past and current channellings.

Perhaps the most moving meeting occurred in Tel-Aviv, Israel in October 2000. Amid the strife and violent uprising at that time in the middle east, Kryon's uplifting and positive messages were given to a single group of over 1,100 Israelis. Lee went back to Israel in 2005, and you can hear these channellings as part of the free download section of this website. Lee and the Kryon team continue to visit other countries up to six times a year with very large audiences.

In 1995, Lee was asked to present Kryon at the United Nations (U.N.) in New York City before a U.N.- chartered group known as the Society for Enlightenment and Transformation (S.E.A.T.). The meeting was so well accepted that they were invited back six more times, in 1996, 1998 then in 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2009. These meetings are held upstairs in the working areas of the UN building, not far from the General Assembly. Only delegates to the UN and guests of the society may attend.

Lee is the author of Eleven Kryon books, and co-author of, The Indigo Children, An Indigo Celebration, The Indigo Children Ten Years Later. (14 books total). The Indigo Child book's web site is: These Indigo books introduced the world to the term "Indigo Children" in 2000, spawning many follow-up books by various authors, a movie, a documentary, and lots of interest worldwide regarding our changing kids! The Indido books have sold almost half a million copies world-wide in 24 languages.

Lee continues to write and travel from his home in San Diego, living with his wife Patricia and his Maltese dogs, Angel-Mini and Violet, and Conure-bird, Verde.
What I think about Kryon
Nancy Leider & the Zetas
The Nibiru collision is a supposed encounter between the Earth and a large planetary object (either a collision or a near-miss) which certain groups believe will take place in the early 21st century. Believers in this doomsday event usually refer to this object as Planet X or Nibiru.

The idea was first proposed in 1995 by Nancy Lieder, founder of the website ZetaTalk. Lieder describes herself as a contactee with the ability to receive messages from extra-terrestrials from the Zeta Reticuli star system through an implant in her brain. She states that she was chosen to warn mankind that the object would sweep through the inner Solar System in May 2003, later revised to around 2010, causing Earth to undergo a pole shift that would destroy most of humanity. The predicted collision has subsequently spread beyond Lieder's website and has been embraced by numerous internet doomsday groups, most of which link the event to the 2012 phenomenon. Although the name "Nibiru" is derived from the works of ancient astronaut writer Zecharia Sitchin and his interpretations of Babylonian and Sumerian mythology, Sitchin himself denies any connection between his work and claims of a coming apocalypse.

The idea that a planet-sized object could possibly collide with Earth in the near future is not supported by any scientific evidence and has been roundly rejected as pseudoscience by astronomers and planetary scientists.


The idea of the Nibiru collision originated with Nancy Lieder, a Wisconsin woman who claims that as a girl she was contacted by gray extraterrestrials called Zetas, who implanted a communications device in her brain. In 1995, she founded the website ZetaTalk to disseminate her ideas. Lieder first came to public attention on internet newsgroups during the build-up to Comet Hale-Bopp's 1997 perihelion. She stated, speaking as the Zetas, that "The Hale-Bopp comet does not exist. It is a fraud, perpetrated by those who would have the teeming masses quiescent until it is too late. Hale-Bopp is nothing more than a distant star, and will draw no closer." She claimed that the Hale-Bopp story was manufactured to distract people from the imminent arrival of a large planetary object, "Planet X", which would soon pass by Earth and destroy civilization. After Hale-Bopp's perihelion revealed it as one of the brightest and longest-observed comets of the last century, Lieder removed the first two sentences of her initial statement from her site, though they can still be found in Google's archives. Her claims eventually made the New York Times.

Lieder described Planet X as roughly four times the size of the Earth, and said that its perigee would occur on May 27, 2003, resulting in the Earth's rotation ceasing for exactly 5.9 terrestrial days. This would be followed by the Earth's pole destabilising in a pole shift (a physical pole shift, with the Earth's pole physically moving, rather than a geomagnetic reversal) caused by magnetic attraction between the Earth's core and the magnetism of the passing planet. This in turn would disrupt the Earth's magnetic core and lead to subsequent displacement of the Earth's crust.

After the 2003 date passed without incident, Lieder said that it was merely a "White Lie ... to fool the establishment,"and said that to disclose the true date would give those in power enough time to declare martial law and trap people in cities during the shift, leading to their deaths. She still insists that the Zetas tell her that Planet X is coming and that a more specific passage timeline will be forthcoming possibly by mid-2010.

Lieder's Planet X idea first spread beyond her website in 2001, when Mark Hazlewood, a former member of the ZetaTalk community, took her ideas and published them in a book: Blindsided: Planet X Passes in 2003. Lieder would later accuse him of being a confidence trickster.

Japanese cult the Pana Wave Laboratory, which famously blocked off roads and rivers with white cloths to protect itself from electromagnetic attacks, also warned that the world would end in May 2003 after the approach of a tenth planet.

Many internet sites continue to proclaim that "Planet X" or "Nibiru" is en route to Earth, often citing its arrival date as December, 2012. This date has gathered many apocalyptic associations, as it is the end of the current cycle (baktun) in the long count in the Mayan calendar. Several writers have published books connecting the Nibiru collision with 2012, including Marshall Masters and Jaysen Rand. Hazlewood has since changed his views on Planet X, and now says that there are intelligent alien forces acting to protect us as a species, and that we are set to ascend to a higher level of consciousness in 2012.

Although Lieder originally referred to the object as "Planet X", it has become deeply associated with Nibiru, a planet from the works of ancient astronaut proponent Zecharia Sitchin, particularly his book The 12th Planet. According to Sitchin's interpretation of Babylonian religious texts, which contravenes every conclusion reached by credited scholars on the subject, a giant planet (Nibiru or Marduk) passes by Earth every 3,600 years and allows its sentient inhabitants to interact with humanity. These beings, which Sitchin identifies with the Annunaki of Sumerian myth, would become humanity's first gods. However, Sitchin denies any connection between his work and Lieder's claims, and it was Lieder who initially made the connection on her site ("Planet X does exist, and it is the 12th Planet, one and the same."). In 2007, partly in response to Lieder's proclamations, Sitchin published a book, The End of Days, which set the time for the last passing of Nibiru by Earth at roughly 600 BC, which would mean, given the object's supposed 3,600–year orbit, it would be unlikely to return in less than 1,000 years.

Leider drew the name Planet X from the hypothetical planet once searched for by astronomers to account for discrepancies in the orbits of Uranus and Neptune. In 1894, Bostonian astronomer Percival Lowell became convinced that the planets Uranus and Neptune had slight discrepancies in their orbits. He concluded that they must be being tugged by the gravity of another, more distant planet, which he called "Planet X". However, nearly a century of searching failed to turn up any evidence for such an object (Pluto was initially believed to be Planet X, but was later determined to be too small). In 1992, astronomer Myles Standish showed that the supposed discrepancies in the planets' orbits were illusory; the product of an overestimation of the mass of Neptune. Today astronomers accept that Planet X does not exist.

Still others refer to Lieder's object as Eris; however, Eris is a dwarf planet only slightly larger than Pluto with a well-determined orbit that never takes it closer than 5.5 billion km from the Earth. Astronomer Mike Brown, who discovered Eris, believes the confusion results from both the real Eris and the imaginary Nibiru having extremely elliptical orbits.

Scientific criticism

Astronomers point out that such an object so close to Earth would be easily visible to the naked eye (Jupiter and Saturn are both visible to the naked eye, and are dimmer than Nibiru would be at their distances), and would be creating noticeable effects in the orbits of the outer planets. Some counter this by claiming that the object has been hiding behind the Sun for several years, though such a claim is geometrically impossible. Images of Nibiru near the Sun taken by amateurs are usually of lens flares, false images of the Sun created by reflections within the lens.

Mike Brown notes that if this object's orbit were as described, it would only have lasted in the Solar System for a million years or so before Jupiter expelled it, and that there is no way another object's magnetic field could have such an effect on Earth. Lieder's assertions that the approach of Nibiru would cause the Earth's rotation to stop or its axis to shift violate the laws of physics. In his rebuttal of Immanuel Velikovsky's Worlds in Collision, which made the same claim that the Earth's rotation could be stopped and then restarted, Carl Sagan noted that, "the energy required to brake the Earth is not enough to melt it, although it would result in a noticeable increase in temperature: the oceans would [be] raised to the boiling point of water . . . [Also,] how does the Earth get started up again, rotating at approximately the same rate of spin? The Earth cannot do it by itself, because of the law of the conservation of angular momentum."

Many believers in the imminent approach of Planet X/Nibiru accuse NASA of deliberately covering up visual evidence of its existence. One such accusation involves the IRAS infrared space observatory, launched in 1983. The satellite briefly made headlines due to an "unknown object" that was at first described as "possibly as large as the giant planet Jupiter and possibly so close to Earth that it would be part of this Solar System". This newspaper article has been cited by proponents of the collision idea, beginning with Leider herself, as evidence for the existence of Nibiru. However, further analysis revealed that of several unidentified objects, nine were distant galaxies and the tenth was "intergalactic cirrus"; none were found to be Solar System bodies.

Another accusation frequently made by websites predicting the collision is that the US government built the South Pole Telescope to track Nibiru's trajectory, and that the object has been imaged optically. However, the SPT (which is not funded by NASA) is a radio telescope, and cannot take optical images. Its South Pole location was chosen due to the low-humidity environment, and there is no way an approaching object could be seen only from the South Pole. The "picture" of Nibiru posted on YouTube was revealed to in fact be a Hubble image of the expanding gas shell around the star V838 Mon.

Public reaction

The impact of the public fear of a Nibiru collision has been especially felt by professional astronomers. Mike Brown now says that Nibiru is the most common pseudoscientific topic he is asked about.

David Morrison, a CSI Fellow and Senior Scientist at NASA's Astrobiology Institute at Ames Research Center, says he receives 20–25 emails a week about the impending arrival of Nibiru; some frightened, others angry and naming him as part of the conspiracy to keep the truth of the impending apocalypse from the public. Half of these emails are from outside the US. "Planetary scientists are being driven to distraction by Nibiru," notes science writer Govert Schilling, "And it is not surprising; you devote so much time, energy and creativity to fascinating scientific research, and find yourself on the tracks of the most amazing and interesting things, and all the public at large is concerned about is some crackpot theory about clay tablets, god-astronauts and a planet that doesn't exist." Morrison states that he hopes that the non-arrival of Nibiru could serve as a teaching moment for the public, instructing them on 'rational thought and baloney detection', but doubts that will happen.

A viral campaign for Sony Pictures' 2009 film 2012, directed by Roland Emmerich, which depicts the end of the world in that year, features a supposed warning from the "Institute for Human Continuity" that lists the arrival of Planet X as one of its doomsday scenarios. Mike Brown attributes a spike in concerned emails and phone calls he received from the public to this site.

The following are attributed to Jesus, as in the Bible
  • He was a Son of God incarnate, born to Mary and Joseph.
  • He was God in man, both human and divine.
  • He lived a perfect life.
  • He revealed God to man as "the way, the truth, and the life".
  • He performed many of the miracles described in the Bible, such as the resurrection of Lazarus, the turning of water into wine, the feeding of the five thousand, and numerous healings of the blind, diseased, and infirm.
  • He taught twelve apostles, most of whom went on to spread his teachings.
  • He was crucified, and on the third day after his death, rose from the dead.
  • He will return to our world again some day.
William Sadler - Urantia book
The Urantia Book (sometimes called the Urantia Papers or The Fifth Epochal Revelation) is a spiritual and philosophical book that discusses God, Jesus, science, cosmology, religion, history and destiny. It originated in Chicago, Illinois, USA, sometime between 1924 and 1955. There has been much debate and speculation on how the papers were produced and who the authors were.

The writers introduce the word Urantia as the name of the planet Earth and state their intent is to "present enlarged concepts and advanced truth" in an "endeavor to expand cosmic consciousness and enhance spiritual perception." Among many other topics, it expounds on the origin and meaning of life, describes humankind's place in the universe, discusses the relationship between God and people, and presents a detailed biography of Jesus.

The Urantia Foundation first published The Urantia Book in 1955 in English. The organization has translated it into eleven other languages, with new translations in process.

In 2001, a United States jury trial in Oklahoma City found that the Urantia Foundation's 1983 renewal of the book's copyright was invalid. This decision was upheld in the United States Court of Appeals 10th District, and the English version of the book is considered to have entered the public domain in the U.S. as of 1983. In 2006, the international copyright on the English text expired. A print edition containing a topical index and an audio DVD has been published by The Urantia Book Fellowship as Uversa Press since the 2001 decision. Copies of The Urantia Book are on the Internet in various formats and it has been adapted to more recent platforms such as the Kindle and the iPhone / iPod Touch App Store. Several audio books of the text are also on the Internet.

Overview of The Urantia Book

The Urantia Book is 2,097 pages long, and consists of an introductory statement followed by 196 "papers" divided into four parts:

  • Foreword
  • Part I: The Central and Superuniverses
  • Part II: The Local Universe
  • Part III: The History of Urantia
  • Part IV: The Life and Teachings of Jesus
The foreword is presented as a guide to the terminology developed in greater detail in Part I, introducing explanations for concepts and words that are "in designation of Deity and certain associated concepts of the things, meanings, and values of universal reality."

Part I consists of 31 papers that address what are considered the highest levels of creation, beginning with the "First Source and Center of all things and beings", the eternal and infinite "Universal Father".

Part II is composed of 25 papers pertaining to the origin, administration and personalities of "local universes." It presents narratives on the inhabitants of local universes and their work as it is coordinated with a scheme of spiritual ascension and progression of different orders of beings, including humans.

Part III includes 48 papers that compile a broad history of the Earth, presenting a purported explanation of the origin, purpose, and destiny of the world and its inhabitants. An additional 15 papers cover various topics such as "Deity and Reality", the concept of the Thought Adjuster, "Personality Survival", and "The Bestowals of Christ Michael".

Part IV is presented in 77 papers and narrates "The Life and Teachings of Jesus". Included are papers about his childhood, teenage years, family life, various employment experiences before the commencement of his public ministry, an exhaustive recital of his public ministry and the events that led to his crucifixion, death, and resurrection. It continues with papers about appearances after he rose, Pentecost, and finally, "The Faith of Jesus". Through the story of Jesus' life, Part IV illustrates many of the concepts presented in the first three parts.


The exact circumstances of the origin of The Urantia Book are unknown. The book and its publishers do not name a human author, instead it is written as if directly presented by numerous celestial beings appointed to the task of providing an "epochal" spiritual revelation to humankind. For each paper, either a name, or an order of celestial being, or a group of beings is credited as its author.

As early as 1911, William S. Sadler and his wife Lena Sadler, physicians in Chicago and well known in the community, were approached by a neighbor who was concerned because she would occasionally find her husband in a deep sleep and breathing abnormally. She reported that she was unable to wake him at these times. The Sadlers came to observe the episodes, and over time, the individual produced verbal communications that claimed to be from "student visitor" spiritual beings. This changed in early 1925 with a "voluminous handwritten document", which from then on became the regular method of purported communication. The Sadlers were both respected physicians, and William Sadler was a debunker of paranormal claims, who is portrayed as not believing in the supernatural. In 1929, he published a book called The Mind at Mischief, in which he explained the fraudulent methods of mediums and how self-deception leads to psychic claims. He wrote in an appendix that there were two cases that he had not explained to his satisfaction.

The other exception has to do with a rather peculiar case of psychic phenomena, one which I find myself unable to classify, and which I would like very much to narrate more fully; I cannot do so here, however, because of a promise which I feel under obligation to keep sacredly. In other words, I have promised not to publish this case during the lifetime of the individual. I hope sometime to secure a modification of that promise and be able to report this case more fully because of its interesting features. I was brought in contact with it, in the summer of 1911, and I have had it under my observation more or less ever since, having been present at probably 250 of the night sessions, many of which have been attended by a stenographer who made voluminous notes.

A thorough study of this case has convinced me that it is not one of ordinary trance. While the sleep seems to be quite of a natural order, it is very profound, and so far we have never been able to awaken the subject when in this state; but the body is never rigid, and the heart action is never modified, though respiration is sometimes markedly interfered with. This man is utterly unconscious, wholly oblivious to what takes place, and unless told about it subsequently, never knows that he has been used as a sort of clearing house for the coming and going of alleged extra-planetary personalities. In fact, he is more or less indifferent to the whole proceeding, and shows a surprising lack of interest in these affairs as they occur from time to time.

Eighteen years of study and careful investigation have failed to reveal the psychic origin of these messages. I find myself at the present time just where I was when I started. Psychoanalysis, hypnotism, intensive comparison, fail to show that the written or spoken messages of this individual have origin in his own mind. Much of the material secured through this subject is quite contrary to his habits of thought, to the way in which he has been taught, and to his entire philosophy. In fact, of much that we have secured, we have failed to find anything of its nature in existence. Its philosophic content is quite new, and we are unable to find where very much of it has ever found human expression.

In 1924, a group of Sadler's friends, former patients, and colleagues began meeting for Sunday intellectual discussions, but became interested in the strange communications when Sadler mentioned the case and read samples at their request. Shortly afterwards, a communication reportedly was received that this group would be allowed to devise questions and that answers would be given by celestial beings through the "contact personality".

Sadler presented this development to the group, and they generated hundreds of questions without full seriousness, but their claim is that it resulted in the appearance of answers in the form of fully written papers. They became more impressed with the quality of the answers and continued to ask questions, until all papers now collected together as The Urantia Book were obtained. The group was known as the Forum. A smaller group of five individuals called the Contact Commission, including the Sadlers, was responsible for gathering the questions from the Forum, acting as the custodians of the handwritten manuscripts that were presented as answers, and arranging for proofreading and typing of the material.

The Sadlers and others involved, now all deceased, claimed that the papers of the book were physically materialized from 1925 until 1935 in a way that was not understood even by them, with the first three parts being completed in 1934 and the fourth in 1935. The last Forum gathering was in 1942. Also documented are methods of reception that Sadler denied as the way the papers were received.

After all of the written material was received in 1935, an additional period of time supposedly took place where requests for clarifications resulted in revisions. Sadler and his son William (Bill) Sadler, Jr. at one point wrote a draft introduction and were told that they could not add their introduction because "A city can not be lit by a candle." The Foreword was then "received." Bill Sadler is noted to have composed the table of contents that is published with the book.

The communications purportedly continued for another two decades while members of the Forum studied the book in depth, and according to Sadler and others, permission to publish it was given to them in 1955. The Urantia Foundation was formed in 1950 as a tax-exempt educational society in Illinois, and through privately raised funds, the book was published under international copyright on October 12, 1955.

Only the members of the Contact Commission witnessed the activities of the sleeping subject, and only they knew his identity. The individual is claimed to have been kept anonymous in order to prevent undesirable future veneration or reverence for him. Martin Gardner states that an explanation concerning the origin of the book more plausible than celestial beings is that the Contact Commission, particularly William Sadler, was responsible. Gardner's conclusion is that a man named Wilfred Kellogg was the sleeping subject and authored the work from his subconscious mind, with William Sadler subsequently editing and authoring parts. A statistical analysis using the Mosteller and Wallace methods of stylometry indicates at least nine authors were involved, and by comparatively analyzing the book against Sadler's The Mind at Mischief, does not indicate authorship or extensive editing by Sadler, without ruling out the possibility of limited edits.

Nature of God

God in The Urantia Book is the creator and upholder of all reality—an omniscient, omnipresent, omnipotent, infinite, and eternal spirit personality.

The most fundamental teaching about God in the book is that he is a loving Father, with whom all may have a personal relationship. "The face which the Infinite turns toward all universe personalities is the face of a Father, the Universal Father of love." Even during the development of numerous other themes in The Urantia Book, God as a loving Father is emphasized as the central, unifying attitude of God toward his creation.

From Paper 2, "The Nature of God":

God is inherently kind, naturally compassionate, and everlastingly merciful. And never is it necessary that any influence be brought to bear upon the Father to call forth his loving-kindness. The creature's need is wholly sufficient to insure the full flow of the Father's tender mercies and his saving grace. Since God knows all about his children, it is easy for him to forgive. The better man understands his neighbor, the easier it will be to forgive him, even to love him.

God is said to be a mystery though because of the infinite scope of his perfection and his attributes. From Paper 1, "The Universal Father":

God is not hiding from any of his creatures. He is unapproachable to so many orders of beings only because he "dwells in a light which no material creature can approach." The immensity and grandeur of the divine personality is beyond the grasp of the unperfected mind of evolutionary mortals. Today, and as you are, you must discern the invisible Maker through his manifold and diverse creation, as well as through the revelation and ministration of his Sons and their numerous subordinates.

God according to the book is one Deity who functions on a range of different levels of reality, both personal and impersonal. God is taught to exist in a Trinity of three perfectly individualized persons who are co-equal: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Spirit. These persons are referred to by additional titles in the book, primarily as the "Universal Father", "Eternal Son", and "Infinite Spirit". While stating that the concept of one God in three persons is difficult to fully understand, the book says that the idea "in no manner violates the truth of the divine unity. The three personalities of Paradise Deity are, in all universe reality reactions and in all creature relations, as one".

The Father, Son, and Spirit are considered "existential" persons of Deity, those in existence from the eternal past to the eternal future—without beginning or end. In addition, three persons of Deity are described who are "experiential", or incomplete and in the process of actualizing: God the Supreme, God the Ultimate, and God the Absolute. Of these three, God the Supreme, or "the Supreme Being", is given the most explanation, as the person of Deity evolving in time and space to unify finite reality and the infinite. The persons of God the Ultimate and God the Absolute are considered to be remote from the possibility of comprehension and are covered on a limited basis.

Many types of celestial beings are enumerated in the book, and one of particular note is a joint "offspring" of the Universal Father and Eternal Son called a "Creator Son". A divine Creator Son is considered the full representation of the Universal Father and Eternal Son that is possible to people. Jesus of Nazareth is identified as a Creator Son who incarnated on Earth and whose life and teachings are portrayed as the fullest revelation of the personality and attitude of God ever given to humanity.

Paper 196, "The Faith of Jesus",: the final paper, states:

To "follow Jesus" means to personally share his religious faith and to enter into the spirit of the Master's life of unselfish service for man. One of the most important things in human living is to find out what Jesus believed, to discover his ideals, and to strive for the achievement of his exalted life purpose. Of all human knowledge, that which is of greatest value is to know the religious life of Jesus and how he lived it.

God and the individual

God is described as the Father of each individual, and through the direct gift of a fragment of his eternal spirit, called a Thought Adjuster, is said to be able to guide the individual toward an increased understanding of him. The Thought Adjuster is also called a "Mystery Monitor," "inner voice," "divine spark," and "pilot light". The concept is in certain ways comparable to the Hindu atman, the ancient Egyptian ka, and the Quaker inner light. From philosophy, it is similar to what Socrates' described as his "daimonion". In relation to biblical traditions, the Thought Adjuster is described by the book as the meaning behind the phrases "being made in God's image" and the "kingdom of God is within you".

From Paper 108, "Mission and Ministry of Thought Adjusters":

The Adjuster is the mark of divinity, the presence of God. The "image of God" does not refer to physical likeness nor to the circumscribed limitations of material creature endowment but rather to the gift of the spirit presence of the Universal Father in the supernal bestowal of the Thought Adjusters upon the humble creatures of the universes.

According to The Urantia Book, each normal-minded person receives one such fragment at the time of his or her first independent moral decision, on average around the age of five years and ten months. The Adjuster then serves noncoercively as a divine partner for the rest of life, and to the extent that a person consents with their free will to want to find God, it leads the person toward more mature, spiritualized thinking. Through the practice of learning how to follow the inner leadings of the Adjuster — choose "God's will" — the individual progresses to greater God consciousness and spiritual growth.

A person's Thought Adjuster is described as distinct from either the soul or the conscience. In The Urantia Book's teachings, the degree to which a human mind chooses to accept its Adjuster's guidance becomes the degree to which a person's soul "grows" and becomes a reality that can then survive death. The soul is in essence an embryonic spiritual development, one parental factor being the divine Adjuster and the other being the human will.

The book many times links the biblical New Testament teachings of becoming like a little child in attitude of trust and sincerity as being the stance each person should have toward God. It says the attitude of open-minded teachability facilitates spiritual growth in liaison with the work of the Thought Adjuster and invariably leads a person to love and serve other people. It also says, "But you yourself are mostly unconscious of this inner ministry. You are quite incapable of distinguishing the product of your own material intellect from that of the conjoint activities of your soul and the Adjuster". The book is strongly fideistic and teaches that neither science nor logic will ever be able to prove or disprove the existence of God, arguing that faith is necessary to become conscious of God's presence in human experience, the Thought Adjuster.

From Paper 101, "The Real Nature of Religion":

Religious experience, being essentially spiritual, can never be fully understood by the material mind; hence the function of theology, the psychology of religion. The essential doctrine of the human realization of God creates a paradox in finite comprehension. It is well-nigh impossible for human logic and finite reason to harmonize the concept of divine immanence, God within and a part of every individual, with the idea of God's transcendence, the divine domination of the universe of universes. These two essential concepts of Deity must be unified in the faith-grasp of the concept of the transcendence of a personal God and in the realization of the indwelling presence of a fragment of that God in order to justify intelligent worship and validate the hope of personality survival. The difficulties and paradoxes of religion are inherent in the fact that the realities of religion are utterly beyond the mortal capacity for intellectual comprehension.

Persistently embracing sin is the same as rejecting the leadings of the Adjuster, the same as rejecting the will of God. Constant selfishness and sinful choosing lead eventually to iniquity and full identification with unrighteousness, and since unrighteousness is unreal, it results in the eventual annihilation of the individual's identity. Personalities like this become "as if they never were". The book says that "in the last analysis, such sin-identified individuals have destroyed themselves by becoming wholly unreal through their embrace of iniquity". The concepts of Hell and reincarnation are not taught.

From Paper 5, "God's Relation to the Individual":

The great God makes direct contact with mortal man and gives a part of his infinite and eternal and incomprehensible self to live and dwell within him. God has embarked upon the eternal adventure with man. If you yield to the leadings of the spiritual forces in you and around you, you cannot fail to attain the high destiny established by a loving God as the universe goal of his ascendant creatures from the evolutionary worlds of space.

The book says that a person ultimately is destined to fuse with his or her divine fragment and become one inseparable entity with it, if the person chooses to accept the Adjuster's leadings and become self-identified with it. The act of fusion is the moment when a human personality has successfully and unalterably won eternal life, described as typically taking place in the afterlife, but also a possibility during earthly life. The result during human life is a "fusion flash", with the material body consumed in a fiery light and the soul "translated" to the afterlife. The Hebrew prophet Elijah being taken to heaven without death in "chariots of fire" is said to be a rare example in recorded history of a person who attained fusion. Once fused with his or her fragment of God, a person continues as an ascending citizen in the universe and travels through numerous worlds on a long, adventurous pilgrimage of growth and learning that eventually leads to God and Paradise. Mortals who reach this stage are called "finaliters." The book goes on to discuss the potential destinies of these "glorified mortals".

The Urantia Book places much emphasis on the idea that all individuals have the same opportunity to come to know God, and it says nothing can hinder a human being's spiritual progression if he or she is sincerely motivated to be spirit led. People are to actively work to understand each other and to seek to live in love and peace, being of help to one another. The practice of the "religion of Jesus" is to love God the Father with a person's whole being, thereby learning to love each person the way Jesus loves people; that is, recognizing others as brothers and sisters and being of unselfish service to one another.


The Urantia Book presents a detailed cosmological perspective on the universe and humankind's relation to it. It teaches that the universe is vastly older than current scientific theories state, and that the universe is the product of intelligent and purposeful organization.

The term "universe" is used to denote a number of different scales of organization, possibly because the book was written at a time when galaxies outside of the Milky Way were still called "island universes". A superuniverse is roughly the size of a galaxy or group of galaxies. A local universe is a sub-unit comprising approximately 10 million inhabited worlds when fully developed and accounts for 0.001% of the size of a superuniverse. The modern dictionary definition of universe — all existing matter and space taken as a whole — is referred to as the "master universe". When the term "universe" is used alone, the type usually can be inferred from the context.

The visualization of the cosmos presented from the center outward is:

  • The Isle of Paradise — "the most gigantic organized body of cosmic reality in all the master universe".
  • The Sacred Spheres of Paradise — twenty-one enormous worlds, three circuits of seven worlds each — the Worlds of the Father, the Worlds of the Son, and the Worlds of the Spirit orbiting in three processions on the inner margin of space.
  • Havona — one billion (1,000,000,000) perfect worlds across seven circuits, with "upwards of thirty-five million worlds" in the first or inner circuit, "over two hundred and forty-five million worlds" in the seventh or "outermost" circuit, and "proportional numbers" of worlds in the intervening circuits.
  • Surrounding these are "dark gravity bodies" that "completely encircle and enshroud Havona" and whose "multitudinous bodies" are "divided into two equal elliptical circuits by a unique space intrusion." The Isle of Paradise, the twenty-one Sacred Spheres, the one billion worlds of Havona, and the orbiting dark gravity bodies taken as a whole are interchangeably referred to as the "central universe," the "divine universe," and the "Paradise-Havona system".
  • The central universe is surrounded by a "relatively quiet midspace zone" of lessened motion and undisclosed diameter.
  • Beyond the midspace zone, seven superuniverses swing around the central universe and have an approximate diameter of 400,000–500,000 light-years. These contain the evolutionary worlds of time and space. The seven superuniverses are then immediately surrounded by another midspace zone "which varies in width but averages 400,000 light-years". One of the stated purposes of the cosmos is to provide worlds where intelligent life may be created or evolved from primitive life. Each of the seven superuniverses, when fully developed, would have approximately one trillion inhabited worlds. Each divisional level has "architectural worlds," including a headquarters sphere, which are worlds made to order and are independently lighted and heated for the celestial and other life of those spheres. They are created to be administrative and educational worlds and are said to be at the approximate, and sometimes exact, gravity center of their regions of inhabited worlds and physical systems. A detailed organization of superuniverses is provided. Briefly, levels of organization are:
    • Individual inhabited worlds such as Urantia (Earth);
    • Local systems — 1,000 inhabited worlds;
    • Constellations — 100 local systems;
    • Local universes — 100 constellations;
    • Minor sectors — 100 local universes;
    • Major sectors — 100 minor sectors;
    • Superuniverses — 10 major sectors.
  • Beyond are enormous, uninhabited "outer space levels". The first outer space level is estimated to be fifty million light-years in diameter and surrounded by a midspace zone of approximately the same diameter.
  • The second, third, and fourth outer space levels surround each previous level with greater and greater magnitude and each is separated by a midspace zone of about the same magnitude as the previous space level.
  • From Appendix 3, Section 3 in "Sadler, William S., Jr., Appendices to A Study of The Master Universe", the authors of The Urantia Book "postulate an additional and unrevealed creation" beyond this, "a possible never-beginning, never-ending universe of infinity".
The book describes alternative explanations to current hypotheses in science regarding the universe's origin, and suggests sources of error in current astronomical observations. For example, the concept of "space respiration" — that all of space itself undergoes "two-billion-year expansion-contraction cycles"— is claimed to be part of the explanation for astronomic redshift. The Urantia Book says we are currently almost half way through an expansion cycle.

The Urantia Book states that the cosmology in the papers will be in need of revision as new discoveries emerge in science, and that its presentations are not meant to be a substitute for science.

History and future of the world

Urantia is considered one inhabited sphere among millions of others in the universe. The book's extensive teachings about the history of the world include its physical development billions of years ago from cataclysmic meteor captures, the gradual changes in conditions that allowed life to develop, and the long ages of organic evolution that started with microscopic marine life and led to plant and animal life in the oceans, later on land. The emergence of humans is presented as having occurred about a million years ago from a branch of superior primates originating from a lemur ancestor.

The Urantia Book says "this story is graphically told within the fossil pages of the vast 'stone book' of world record ... the pages of this gigantic biogeologic record unfailingly tell the truth if you but acquire skill in their interpretation". Unlike current scientific views, evolution is said to be orderly and controlled. Primordial life is taught to have been intelligently planned, implanted, and monitored by "Life Carriers," instead of arising spontaneously. The book says that "mortal man is not an evolutionary accident", and that the purpose of evolution on a planet such as Urantia is to produce creatures of "will dignity" that can develop spiritual natures and survive material existence, going on to have eternal spiritual careers.

The Urantia Book teaches not only biological evolution, but that human society and spiritual understandings evolve by slow progression, subject both to periods of rapid improvement and the possibility of retrogression. Progress is said to follow a divine plan that includes periodic gifts of revelation and ministry by heavenly teachers, which eventually will lead to an ideal world status of "light and life" in the far distant future.

Though there is the ideal and divine plan, it is said to be fostered and administered by various orders of celestial beings who are less than perfect. Through mistakes or deliberate rebellion, the plan can be wrecked, requiring long spans of time to recoup lost progress. Urantia is said to be a markedly "dark and confused" planet that is "greatly retarded in all phases of intellectual progress and spiritual attainment" compared to more typical inhabited worlds, due to an unusually severe history of rebellion and default by its spiritual supervisors.

Comparisons to religious teachings
Comparison to Christianity

Of all current major world religions, Christianity is the one most similar to The Urantia Book's teachings. However, there are numerous and significant differences between The Urantia Book and commonly accepted Christian beliefs.

Jesus is held in high regard by The Urantia Book, as he is in the New Testament of the Bible. More than one third of the content of the book (Part IV), is devoted to a narrative of his life and teachings. The narrative is said to be a restatement of Jesus' life and teachings based on a gathering of "superior concepts" from over two thousand individuals who have lived since his times, as well as "superhuman" and "superplanetary sources of information".

The Urantia Book shares the following general concepts with most Christian faiths
  • God is the creator of all reality.
  • God is omniscient, omnipresent, omnipotent, infinite, and eternal.
  • God is described as a loving personality – "God is love".
  • God is a single deity that exists in a Trinity of three persons.
  • God has a vast "heavenly host".
  • Believers who have a personal relationship with God are "born of the spirit".
  • Those having faith in God survive death.
  • Angels and divine personalities exist and are sent to guard and minister to people throughout their lives.
Some differences with Christianity include
  • Jesus' crucifixion is not considered an atonement for the sins of humanity. The crucifixion is taught to be an outcome of the fears of religious leaders of the day, who regarded his teachings as a threat to their positions of authority.
  • God is never wrathful or angry. He is a personality entirely motivated by Father-like love.
  • Jesus is the human incarnation of "Michael of Nebadon," one of more than 700,000 "Paradise Sons" of God, or "Creator Sons." Jesus is not considered the second person of the Trinity as he is in Christianity. The book refers to the Eternal Son as the second person of the Trinity.
  • Jesus was born on earth through natural means of conception instead of a virgin birth.
  • Jesus did not walk on water or perform some of the miracles that are attributed to him in the Bible.
  • Jesus commissioned twelve women (and later more) as religious teachers, who traveled about with him and his apostles on their preaching missions.
  • Jesus rose from the dead in a "more glorified form", reflective of a transitional state between material and spiritual existence known as "morontia". As with all mortals, his physical body was subject to decomposition, but celestial beings removed his body from the tomb for the dissolution of his remains through a process of "accelerated time".
  • The book states that Jesus may return to the world many times. This contrasts with traditional Christian eschatology, in which Jesus returns only once.
Comparison to Buddhism

The Urantia Book considers Buddhism one of the "great international, interracial faiths" and says it "has shown an adaptability to the mores of many peoples that has been equaled only by Christianity."

Gautama Siddhartha is called a real prophet whose doctrines were "revolutionary and amazing" for their time. He is credited with being one of the seven outstanding teachers in human history in the matter of combining contemporaneous systems of ethical and religious teachings, a group that includes Moses, Laozi, and the Apostle Paul.

The teaching that a divine nature — the Buddha-nature — resides in all people, and that through their own endeavors people can attain a realization of this inner divinity, is cited as one of the clearest presentations of the concept of the Thought Adjuster to be found in non-revelatory religion.

The book says Gautama's experience was tragic, however, in that he was an "orphan prophet" whose philosophy failed early on to envision the reality of a spiritual God.

Despite this, the book states: "Buddhism is a living, growing religion today because it succeeds in conserving many of the highest moral values of its adherents. It promotes calmness and self-control, augments serenity and happiness, and does much to prevent sorrow and mourning. Those who believe this philosophy live better lives than many who do not."

Comparison to other world religions
Facets of other world religions are incorporated in the book, including from Islam, Taoism, Judaism, Hinduism, Shinto, and Confucianism. For example, paper 131, "The World's Religions", discusses more in-depth those aspects of different religions that have commonalities with what the book claims is the "religion of Jesus." There are also numerous other references to the world's major religions throughout Part III, "The History of Urantia," beginning with Paper 86, "Early Evolution of Religion". The perspective of The Urantia Book is that all religions should be studied to take "the best" from each.
Consideration as literature
The Urantia Book has been enjoyed by some as a form of science fiction, historical fiction, or fantasy. The Urantia Book is noted for its high level of internal consistency and an advanced writing style. Skeptic Martin Gardner, in a book otherwise highly critical of The Urantia Book, writes that it is "highly imaginative" and that the "cosmology outrivals in fantasy the cosmology of any science-fiction work known to me".

Parts I, II, and III are chiefly written in expository language. The papers are informational, matter-of-fact, and instructional. Part IV of the book is written as a biography of Jesus' life, and some feel it is a rich narrative with well-developed characters, high attention to detail, woven sub-plots, and realistic dialogue. Considered as literature, Part IV is favorably compared to other retellings of Jesus' life, such as The Gospel According to Jesus Christ by José Saramago and Behold the Man by Michael Moorcock. Martin Gardner considers Part IV to be an especially "well-written, impressive work", and says, "Either it is accurate in its history, coming directly from higher beings in position to know, or it is a work of fertile imagination by someone who knew the New Testament by heart and who was also steeped in knowledge of the times when Jesus lived."

Critical views
The Urantia Book has received limited published or formal critical analysis. The most common points of contention include:
  • It claims to be a revelation from celestial beings and is presented as if written by them.
  • From a scientific point of view, parts of the science it describes conflict with modern theory.
  • Some of the material is alleged to have been plagiarized.
  • Those who assert the Bible is the inerrant word of God, cannot accept The Urantia Book, because it denies some fundamental Christian doctrines.
  • Certain passages can be viewed as being sexist, racist or generally discriminatory in accordance with modern societal perceptions.
Criticisms of claims as a revelation

In Paper 92, "The Later Evolution of Religion", the authors make a reference to the papers as the fifth revelation of "epochal significance" to humankind, the fourth epochal revelation having been the life of Jesus.

The book has been in print since 1955, but as compared to other religious or holy books that have a recent origin and revelatory claims, such as the Book of Mormon, popularity of The Urantia Book has not grown as fast. The small movement inspired by The Urantia Book has not developed clergy or institutions such as churches, reading rooms, or temples, and has no membership by which a census of the number of followers can be taken. As of 2006, the Urantia Foundation had one office in Chicago and five people on staff.

The claim of revelation in The Urantia Book has been criticized for various reasons. Skeptics such as Martin Gardner say it is a product of human efforts rather than a revelation because some of its science is flawed. Because the book does not support certain fundamental doctrines of Christianity[citation needed], while at the same time presenting an account of parts of Jesus' life absent in the Bible, those[who?] with a Christian viewpoint have argued it cannot be genuine. Some[who?] have thought it to be gnostic, however The Urantia Book is not associated with Gnosticism[citation needed].

Other critics have felt that at over 2,000 pages — nearly twice the length of the King James Bible — it is too long, complex, and bureaucratic.

Criticism of science
In Paper 101, "The Real Nature of Religion," the authors write:

We full well know that, while the historic facts and religious truths of this series of revelatory presentations will stand on the records of the ages to come, within a few short years many of our statements regarding the physical sciences will stand in need of revision in consequence of additional scientific developments and new discoveries. These new developments we even now foresee, but we are forbidden to include such humanly undiscovered facts in the revelatory records. Let it be made clear that revelations are not necessarily inspired. The cosmology of these revelations is not inspired.

Skeptics like Martin Gardner see the science in The Urantia Book as clear reflections of the views that prevailed at the time the book is said to have originated. The claim by the authors that no unknown scientific discoveries could be imparted is seen as a ruse to allow mistakes to be dismissed later. That presentation of post-1955 scientific knowledge is avoided is taken to be evidence it was written by humans and not by celestial beings with superior knowledge.

Examples of criticisms regarding the science in The Urantia Book include:

  • The described formation of the solar system is consistent with the Chamberlin-Moulton planetesimal hypothesis. Though popular in the early part of the 20th century, by the early 1940s it was discarded by Henry Russell's argument that it was incompatible with the angular momentum of planets such as Jupiter. The currently accepted scientific explanation for the origin of the solar system is based on the nebular hypothesis.
  • The age of our universe is stated to be more than 1,000,000,000,000 (one trillion) years old and the universe is said to periodically expand and contract—respire—at 2-billion-year intervals. Current observations, however, suggest that the true age of the universe is approximately 13.7 billion years. The big bang theory is not supported.
  • A fundamental particle called an "ultimaton" is proposed, with an electron being composed of 100 ultimatons. The particle is not known to be described anywhere else and the concept is not supported by modern particle physics.
  • Some species are said to have evolved suddenly from single mutations without transitional species. The theory originated with Dutch botanist Hugo De Vries, but was short-lived and is not now supported.
  • According to The Urantia Book, multi-colored human races originated suddenly in one generation and in one family, producing brothers and sisters that variously turned blue, yellow, red, green, orange, and indigo when exposed to sunlight. Their offspring subsequently favored the parent color. Later, Adam and Eve produced a violet race. In the book's account, the blue, yellow, and red races were considered "primary", and the green, orange, and indigo "secondary". The green and orange races were driven to extinction, and the rest mixed over time. Modern evolutionary theory does not support this account.
  • The book repeats the idea prevalent at the time of its origin that one side of the planet Mercury always faces the sun due to tidal locking. In 1965, radio astronomers discovered that Mercury actually rotates fast enough for all sides to see exposure to the sun. In the same passage, the book states that tidal friction will slow the rotation of a planet or other orbiting body "until axial revolution ceases". However, current understanding is that revolutions do not cease, but stabilize such that the time to complete one revolution will become equal to the time needed to complete an orbit.
  • The book says that a solar eclipse was predicted in 1808 by the Native American prophet Tenskwatawa. The eclipse was actually predicted in late April 1806 and occurred on June 16, 1806.
Controversial statements about human races can be found in the book. Supporters state that criticism has arisen mainly due to reading passages out of context. Gardner believes that William S. Sadler, who wrote some eugenicist works, had a hand in editing or writing the book, and that this is how the ideas were included. Possibly controversial statements about the sexes can also be found. While the book supports social and spiritual equality between men and women, it states that they will always have distinctive "spheres" in society due to their biological differences.

While some adherents of the book believe that all of the information in The Urantia Book including its science is literally true, others accept the book's caveats but do not believe that the science is fully accurate.

Meredith Sprunger, a liberal believer in The Urantia Book and retired minister in the United Church of Christ, writes, "research has revealed that virtually all of the scientific material found in The Urantia Book was the accepted scientific knowledge of the period in which the book was written, was held by some scientists of that time, or was about to be discovered or recognized." He argues against its literal infallibility and that fundamentalism over the book is "just as untenable as Biblical fundamentalism".

Other believers maintain that the book has prophetically anticipated scientific advances already. They believe more of its science — if not all of it — will be proven correct in the future. Gardner evaluated many of these claims as of 1995 and found them unconvincing. Some arise because the book is said to have been indited by the revelators by 1935, but then was not published until 1955. Science discovered during the two intervening decades can be perceived as prophetic by believers, while skeptics think such facts were added prior to publication. For instance, the catalytic role that carbon plays in the sun's nuclear reactions is described in the book, though Hans Bethe's announcement of the discovery was not made until 1938.

The only apparent anticipation of science the book has made, in Gardner's opinion, is that it says the magnetic sense that homing pigeons possess is "not wholly wanting as a conscious possession by mankind". In 1980, a British zoologist, Robin Baker, published evidence that humans have a limited magnetic sense.

Mark McMenamin, a professor of geology, quotes a section of the book describing a billion-year-old supercontinent that subsequently split apart, forming ocean basins where early marine life developed. He says, "This amazing passage, written in the 1930s, anticipates scientific results that did not actually appear in the scientific literature until many decades later." McMenamin also states, "Of course I am being selective here in my choice of quotations, and there are reams of scientifically untenable material in The Urantia Book."

Plagiarism allegations

The Urantia Book states in its Foreword that more than one thousand "human concepts representing the highest and most advanced planetary knowledge of spiritual values and universe meanings" were selected in preparing the papers. The authors say that they were required to "give preference to the highest existing human concepts pertaining to the subjects to be presented" and would "resort to pure revelation only when the concept of presentation has had no adequate previous expression by the human mind."

In recent years, students of the papers have found that the free use of other sources appears to be true. None of the material allegedly used from other sources are directly cited or referenced within the book.

In 1992, a reader of The Urantia Book, Matthew Block, self-published a paper that showed nineteen alleged examples of The Urantia Book utilizing material published earlier. All of the source authors identified in Block's paper were published in English between 1905 and 1943 by U.S. publishers and are typically scholarly or academic works that contain concepts and wording similar to what is found in The Urantia Book. Block has since claimed to have discovered over 125 source books and articles, written by over 90 authors, which were incorporated into the papers.

The use of outside source materials was studied separately by Gardner and Gooch, and they concluded that the book did use many of the sources noted by Block. Gardner found that at least one of the source book authors was quoted in earlier works by Sadler, and most of the books purportedly would have been available to Sadler or Forum members in Chicago prior to 1955.

For instance, Gardner and Block note that Paper 85 appears to have been taken from the first eight chapters of Origin and Evolution of Religion by E. Washburn Hopkins, published by Yale University Press in 1923. Each section of the paper corresponds to a chapter in the book, with several passages possibly used as direct material. Likewise, much of The Urantia Book material relating to the evolution of mankind appears to have been directly taken from Henry Fairfield Osborn, Man Rises to Parnassus: Critical Epochs in the Prehistory of Man published by Princeton University Press in 1928.

In one example cited by Block, the original author discusses the periodicity of the chemical elements and concludes that the harmony in the construction of the atom suggests some unspecified plan of organization. In conclusion from this "plagiarism," the authors of The Urantia Book assert that this harmony is evidence of the intelligent design of the universe. W. F. G. Swann writes on page 64 of The Architecture of the Universe (italics indicate edits as compared to The Urantia Book, bolding indicates deletions):

Starting from any one of them [i.e., chemical elements], and noting some property such as the melting point, for example, the property would change as we went along the row, but as we continued it would gradually come back to the condition very similar to that which we started ... The eighth element was in many respects like the first, the ninth like the second, the tenth like the third, and so on. Such a slate of affairs point[s] not only to a varied internal structure, but also to a certain harmony in that variation suggestive of some organized plan in building the atom.

Contrast with The Urantia Book's version:

Starting from any one element, after noting some one property, such a quality will exchange for six consecutive elements, but on reaching the eighth, it tends to reappear, that is, the eighth chemically active element resembles the first, the ninth the second, and so on. Such a fact of the physical world unmistakably points to the sevenfold constitution of ancestral energy and is indicative of the fundamental reality of the sevenfold diversity of the creations of time and space.

Block and many believers do not see the use of human source materials as plagiarism. Block writes:

One probable reason that the human sources were left undisguised was to enable students to discern, through comparative analysis, how this coordination of planetary knowledge was actually effected. As mentioned above, the initial analyses have already proved tremendously illuminating in this regard. Another reason was to keep us aware of the book’s anchorage in a specific time and place. While a very large part of the book is of timeless value and perennial applicability, some of its discussions directly address and respond to the world situation of the early 20th century. Thus, every generation will have to determine the relevance and applicability of certain of the book’s teachings to its own situation. Emerging from all these discoveries is the gratifying realization that the Urantia Book is exactly what its authors claim it to be....


There is no way to gauge how many "adherents" there may be as there is no central organization to census. Informal study groups "tend to sprout, ripen, then vanish or splinter" and have not been counted reliably. Readers sometimes join study groups after reading on their own for years or decades, others join them soon after developing an interest in the book, while "for most, worship remains as individual as the act of reading." Disagreements over the legal ownership of the book, its interpretation, and the reception of new revelations have led to some splintering, though these disagreements appear to have been settled to the satisfaction of most adherents. The movement generally incorporates a nonsectarian view, contending that individuals with different religious backgrounds can receive the book's teachings as an enrichment rather than as a contradiction of their faiths.

Sarah Lewis notes that, "The Urantia Revelation is not securing legitimacy through historically known and accepted means to any great degree, nor is it even using common language that would increase the likelihood of understanding and therefore acceptance. It introduces new concepts and a new language, and this does not make acceptance any easier." She assesses that the movement is uncontroversial compared to other ones, "lacking the zealous proselytizing found within many other groups", and that it is therefore likely to remain small and unaffected by opposing views.

Urantia Foundation advocated a "slow growth" policy in the past and had not significantly marketed the book. Sales by Urantia Foundation went from 7,000 in 1990 to 24,700 in 1997, and steadily increased to nearly 38,000 in 2000, an "upturn that seems to represent a genuine trend rather than just some spike on a sales chart", however by 2006 the foundation reported worldwide annual sales of 13,380 copies. Approximately half of the books distributed by Urantia Foundation are in languages other than English, particularly Spanish and Russian. Since the book was determined to be in the public domain in 2001, other organizations, such as The Urantia Book Fellowship under the publishing name Uversa Press, have also published the book. They have sold over 15,000 copies since 2002. They estimate that more than half a million free audio files have been downloaded from various Urantia websites in the last few years.

The International Urantia Association had twenty-six reader associations worldwide as of 2002, and the Urantia Book Fellowship (formerly the Urantia Brotherhood, founded in 1955 with Urantia Foundation as the original social fraternal organization of believers) claimed roughly twelve hundred official members, with the highest concentrations in the West of the United States and the Sun Belt, especially California, Colorado, Florida, and Texas. It appears an increasing number of people are forming study groups, participating in Internet discussion groups, and hosting or visiting websites about it. Reader conferences take place around the world.

What I think about the Urantia Book
Surounding paradise and havona are seven superuniverses. Within each major sector are 100 minor sectors, within each minor sector are 100 universes, within each universe are 100 consteletions, within each constelation there are 100 systems adn within each completed system there are 1000 inhabited world. Earth (Urantia) is on the outer layer of all existence, in the seventh superuniverse on the outer edge of the Milky Way, which I think is the local universe Nebanon, but don't quote me. our system, Satania, is incomplete, Earth is 606 out of 619 planets in this Universe. The ruler-creator of this universe is Michael of Nebandon, of the Christ Michael order of archangels, he is Jesus. Earth is a very peculiar planet. Out of 100,000 systems in the universe, three have rebelled, our system is the thirsd and most wide spread rebelion, and our planatary Prince Caligastia went along with the rebellion. The reason Lucifer and his assistant Satan rebelled was because since they have never been to havona and can't detect it, they thought Michael of Nebadon was feeding them bullshit in order to keep them subjigated to his personal order ofbehavior. Because, although personal freedom is, along with love and beauty one of the most cherished of universal truths, we must all conform to an organied system of spiritual progression in an almost never ending hierarchy of acsension; hence, 'The meek shall inherit the earth'. I think this planet was formed about 5 billion years, when an enormous black hole passed by the sun, dragging out the plantes, at which tie earth was only one tenth the size it is now. Since then it has grown by asteroid accumulaton until he atosphere caused by volcanoes was substancial enough to burn them up before hitting the surface. life was instigated here in three places about a billion years ago by 'Life carriers' Since then life has naturally evlolved to homo sapiens woth out any exterestrial tampering. Every so often when the time was right genetically superior mutants were naturally born who formed theri own tribes and sunsequentially killed off the older strain of cave en. This explains the missing link and the different races of the world; which occur on every inhabited world. The races usually happen one afterthe other with red man fierst, but on earth they all sprang from the some family. The Red, Blue (white), white, yellow, iindigo (black), orange, and green. From mesopotamia they spread out, the blue to Europe, indigo to Africa, green and orange to India, before they became extinct, and the red and yellow in asia. The Red men were better warriors than the yellow but fought each other too much and were driven over the beiring straight to America by the cohesive yellow race. At this time strains of Neanderthol still existed whose remnants blended with the blue men. And the 'Andonic' strain, the predecessor to the 5 races that those races came from still exist as todays eskimos. When every world gets to a certain level a planetary prince with 99 cohorts were sent over from the center ofthe constelation to help with cultural development; but because of the rebellion this group was divided between the rebels an the loyals which caused turmoil. The planetary prince came here 500,000 years ao adn the rebellion happened 300,000 years ago. The same 100 people, who have the same genetic make up as the mormal people on the planet, have with them the trea of life, which produces front thant gives everlasting life. On a normal planet after a certain development has been attained Adam and Eve, who are from the mansion world and are of the violet race come over to help with the genetic improvment of the world. On jEarth they came earlier than usual, to the garden of Eden which was a panensual a of the coast of Palestine that has since sunk naturally. They introduced themselves to teh loyal tree fo livers for six days and rested on the seventh, which is were the myth about the world being created in seven days coes from. They were supposed to procreate until thsy had 100,000 and the spread theri genes to the rest ofthe world, but Caligastia tricked Eve into doing it with a noral human before the time came, which caused theri strain to be dramatically diluted. A few thousand years ago a Melchizedek angel materialized himself in the middle east and taught about God and the structure ofthe universe for 200 years, his main disciple was Abraham. These teachings spread to India, Asia, Africa, and Europe, there was a separate prophet in America who taught about the 'Great spirit'. Another enlightened prophet in the area was Moses, who founded the Jewish religion and thought that the ruler of the universe was going to be born in the area in the future to set things right. Over time the Jews came to beleive this was the messiah, the king of he jews Yaweh, and not a god for everybody. Anotehr prophet was Zoroaster who learned from Melchizedeks teachings. There was a world wide spiritual enlightenment in the 5th century B.C. to prepare for the earth bestowal of Michael. In China Confusious taught about logical living which helped dillute the ancestor worship superstitions of the area. Lao Tze Ching taught of the Tao, the way of the universe which taught meekness and humblility in a series of brilliant passages like 'Because it claims no merit, merit never deserts it'. The Buddha was an efective teacher denouncing the superstitious practices of the Hindus and teaching 84,000 techniues to liberate the mind from te bonds of ego and selfishness. Socrates taught logic through questioning, and plato taught how this planet is an imperfect shadowy illusion ofthe absolute truth. Because Jesus was born on earth as a helpless babe, even though he is the creator of the universe, he couldn't remember who he was until he was 13, and he wasn't ready to teach officiall until he was about 30. Before that he just taught individuals in the mediteranian area, including Rome. His ministry lasted for almost four years, which consisted of teaching his twelve disciples and seventy evangalists and twelve female apostles, along with the multitude. After he was crucified he resurected in a Morontia form 18 times to his loyal folowers to give them faith and confidence, and then gave them the spirit of truth, which a supreme ruler of a universe can do once he has caried his sovernty. In order for a creator of a universe to gain full sovernty over a universe he must personally experience all seven of the major hierarchial levels of ascension in his universe; so he fully knows the characteristics of his creation. His first bestowal was on the Melchizedek world, which is the highest order subject to him. His second was on a higher Morontia shpere on down the line from the capital of the constalation to the capital of the system to a mansion world, and finally, to our planet earth; which makes earth a very special world. The ascension system for souls and the development of planets is thus: From here the planet will become more cosmopolitan until we all speak the same language, and all the races will intermix until until we become so peaceful we enter the era of light and life. I am guessing this will take another thousand years at least. From here many souls ressurect at once is the resurection, or alone with the help of angels, travel to the mansion worlds and are born the same as here. Except there is no sickness and they have more command over the material aspects of their bodies. There are seven mansion worlds that souls progressively pass through; which are in the system. Then you progress through the constelation through the morontia worlds where you are slowly becoming less material and more spirit. On the Moronita worlds you are born in adult form without forgetting your previous lives. After the morontia worlds you go to the center of the universe, and the center of the super universe; from there you start your ascention carrier on the perfect worlds of timeless Havona up to Paradise when you meet God and visit the seven spheres of god which are the combinations of the trinity. From there you descend to help administrate younger universes with younger planets. Everything that exists in Paradise exists in an imperfect and developing form on the lower realms. Things imperfect and developing from on the lower realms. Things like the body, family, beauty, love, etc. God consists of God the father, the coordinator, God the spirit, (the holy ghost), who gives life, and God the son, who exists with you in a more personal way. They together are God, the ultimate family, lovingly caring for each and every one of their children. On the local universe level it works the same way, with the spirit personifying the female giving birth to life for the life carriers to bring to the planets.
There are a mind boggling number of angelic orders that perform various functions, some female, others male. The angels that work closest with us are gaurdian angels, who look out for our safety and guide us. The more developed we become, the more we get; ranging from one angel for 100 people, to many angfor each individual. The other important angelic relationship we have is with the thought adjuster, which is the part of us. When we make our first moral decision which happens when we are human, we fuse with our thought adjuster, which guides us to what is right, gods way. The most important truths to remember are to love each other as God loves you, and be meek (which means obediant and humble). In the chaotic state the Earth has been in it has been hard to know what energies to obey, but since Jesus was here, evil spirits have no control over our minds.
The world has developed tremendously since Jesus was here, having great leaps in three centuries; the first, the fifteenth, and this century. With the spread of Christianity, meaning less and hampering superstitious practices like sacrificies were greatly redued and a God for every body was introduced, bringing all the people of the world togetehr, but most importantly, showing the way to the people of the world. That there is a great God for every one to attain, which is a part of a divine plan and we arenÕt all here for no reason. And by following Gods example we can all attain heaven. The seven heavens you hear about in the Bible are; 1) the Mansion worlds of the system, 2) The Morontia worlds of the constelations, 3) The universe, 4) The Major sector, 5) The Superuniverse, 6) Havona, and 7) Paradise. Christianity helped inspire the attainment of beauty, the emulation of the perfect spheres of heaven, in artwork; which experienced a lull in the dark ages but had a resurence in the reformation, when an unprecedented motivation to atttain new levels of perfection in art, architecture, adn adventure and invention. The 15th century witnessed Columbus and other explorers, Leanardo Da Vincy, Michalangelo, and the most important invention of all time, the printing press. With the mass production of written material, not only Gods word coulod spread thoughout the world like wildfire, but peoples ideas. With the mass sharing of ideas, the age of invention was begun, which carried us to this century, the age of discovery and unprecedented moral reckoning. Are we going to loet gree get the better of us, or are we gioing to love each other and live on this Earth to help one another. Most people are good, but it is so hard to know what the right thing to do is. For examploe: 1) Is it best for the world to bring America to terms with itself, and then bring technology to the third world countries, or stick our noses in their business to help with their population, environmental, and social problems? 2) With the age old method of natural selection to insure the genetic progress of the spedies now obsolete with the ability of both superior and infereor strains to gave children; do we resort to genetic manipulation of embryos and cloning? Or sterilization of inferior? Perhaps the biggest challenge will come on an individual basis, learning what our place is in this world of almost pandemonious complexity. Talking about all this esoteric organizatin of reality that exists only in our imagination may sound a bit pointless. But without a blueprint for the future to help with our faith, we would become a society of pessimists who don't see the point in our existence. Most of the people I talk to either think we are doomes, or don't have the slightest idea about the future of our souls and the world. How can we keep ourselves steered in the right direction in this wildly spining orb withjout a beautiful light to focus on? -----lost
Wendy Munro - The Sirians
Transmisions from Sirus by Wendy Munro. Journey into the New Milenium

- Sirians, ishtar, isis
- We have lived in many planets, some ended, some evolved
- We are moving into 4th dimension were time changes and physical barries breack down can see spirits, and past
lives and karma
- In 5th dimensions, time stops, vision = reality. Dreams are fifth dimenson. But you need to release first
- Pineal gland- 3rd eye.
- Pituitary gland-
- Vortex closed 90 km years ago and it shrank and fear was introduced
- Meditate on chakras
- Drink water
- Cellular changes started in 1994, will take 20-30 to 100 years
- All organs vibrate differently
- Body is perfect vehicle, vision of God
- 250 K years. bodies changing by trial and error
- Aboriginals have different chromosomal configuration in their brains and could teleport and taught + 50 K years ago
- 90K years ago vortex closed and brains inactivated.
- Crop circles are signs of diffreent aliens and angels
- Jesus' blood changed the earth
- 12,800 years ago was the final Atlnantis destruction end of Ice age- from destructive power.
- Be silent
- Earth is wobbling
- 4 elements are earth, air, fire, and water
- Fire- Spirit of transformation
- The new electromagnetic light waves coming to earth have to be expressed, if not by us positively, then in the
environment negatively like earthquakes
- Inability to come to concise conclusions make tornados
- Change brings confusion, brings to awareness the paradoxes, contradictoins in the 3rd dimention and the 5th
dimension, and teachings relevant before but not now: Example- mindlessness verses mindfullness. Conception
and feeling will pendilum about as it comes in line. (for example, turning hate for someone into a reason to
put a sheild up and love turning into wish for well being
- Mental sickness for many
- Mass suicides, some by earhtquakes
- (mine) Vortexes work by the black holes of various sizes hold the same material from older star systems, that
have evolved and so are related in such a way that 3 D space doesn't hamper the beings that travel through them.
- This universe was created by a mother one and the primordial black holes are in teh center of every galaxy.
- Honor your feelings, solitude
- Fear to love love denies nothing
- Two forces, male and female
- Many falls, 3 forces 3rd caused by interaction of the trinity
- Lucifer moved to Earth
- Beings from Venus were master teachers here
- Feminine pole holds love and imagination and lucifer rejected that, gave knowledge to us too soon and was expulsed
- War in heavan had hyperborean epoch -before we began our creative cycle
- Lucifer expelled to mars
- All of planets poles will shift
- God spirit verses passion and desire
- Leo- Will shine a light force on earth feminine force-fire-mind
- Lamb- God, heart
- We have visited many star systems
- The falls: 1) Mating with monkeys (Adam and eve) 2) The giants 30 feet tall came and manipulated Draconians,
Dragons, serpents, reptiles, breed with us which defiled us and they got trapped in material plane and had a race,
the Aborigines
- 4 kinds of nature, mineral, plant, animal, human
- Many cross breedings, like the centaur
Lhas, lyrans, els - Came and started Lemuria, so help them be compastionate
(Nick, UL from orion, Giants) They came and opened doorway also let otehr beings in from Milkyway and beyond.
Bringing sthings, Venusians brought wheat and honey
Sirians - Leaders of this system (Sirius A and B have smoe angle as our double helix)
- Then the Orions came to control and put fear in us and some went to underground caves
- Imagining changes DNA
- The Sirians, Venusians came to fix things and set up Crystal cities in mountains, didn't have to enter into human
form like the lyrians
- Starseeds- People seeded in starts from other systems in this galexy and beyond came here in Lemuria, incarnated and travelled in waves, the heros and leaders and outspoken ones who died for a cause, they change DNA from within
- We 'Fell' from god to learn to create
- Lemurians- Live a cyclic life in tune with earth. they taught mentallurgy, crops, craft, pottery, keras, mining,
logging. Solstices and equinoxes important. Ceremony and ritual
- Found in Abos and Kalahari bushmen, break up 80-90 K years ago
- 7 rays of 7 purposes
- Nature worship comes from Sirius Great sirian teachers: Zadok, Melchizeded, Hermes, Merlin, Jesus, Zarathustra, Appalonius, Osiris, Akhnoton
- We travelled through many galaxies
- Last 4-5 years we have been awakening maystery schools- Egypt, Atlantis, Lemuria, Tibet, India, Andes, Mount
Shasta, Ukatan
- We fell learn to mster matter


- Mesopotamia Eagle man 3000 BC
- Genisis ch 11- 5500 tower of Babel for space ship, Yahweh said no and confused them
- Sumer 3800 BC chenia
- Temple disc. 150 years ago
- Inana- Ishtar tall, with smake, symbol of science- DNA manipulaton, astronaut
- Seal with accurate solar system adn another planet, Uranus described it as bright greenish, explained tilt, crash
mark on Miranda moon,
- Neptune- Marine planet
- Mars- God of war
- Ki- earth
- 7th planet, 7 days, tablets, sacred
- 12 planets- Marduk
- Pluto discovered 1930
- Tablets of creation-4 B years ago
- Nibiru- Hit tiamet, 3600 year cycle
- Water everywhere in solar system Gen-water above fermament
- Comet numbers 24:17 Halleys comet, water above fermament
- Canals on Mars and water, river beds below fermament
- Genisis- life came from comets meteors with DNA neuropeptides Amino Acids common in universe, deliberately
'Go out, be fruitful and multiply'
- Anonaki- From Niribu 445,000 years ago Robots scouted.
- 300,000 years ago man created glass tubes
- Tower of Babel to go to Mars
- Inca city on Mars
- Came to Earth from Mars
- Job and Amos- About 12th planet

What I think about the Sirians