Thursday, February 3, 2011
None of this is particularly surprising to those who have followed the UFO story for decades. The difference today is that the reportage is up because of improved demographics and increased connectivity.
As I have posted before, we can make several statements about UFOs.
1 They are real. If you are unable to get past that and we do have concrete evidence, then there is no reason to read on.
2 Eye witness reports and apparent communication has built up a picture of several types of biological aliens whose genome can possibly be blended with ours.
3 I have posted and written an article describing the reverse engineering of the UFO. Without that it becomes impossible to develop any basis for their presence.
4 I have posted on the manufacture of space habitats, and that turns out to be as easy as building bridges and is well within our own capability once we produce a working MEV (magnetic field exclusion vessel)
5 I have also posted on the possibility of underground habitats housing millions and accessed through underwater entrances for security purposes.
6 I have posted extensively on the extreme likelihood that mankind arose and populated the continental shelf tens of thousands of years ago, transitioned to a biological design able to handle space and then exited Earth. Thereupon they triggered the Pleistocene Nonconformity around 13,000 years ago and ended the Ice Age.
7 We were dispatched to undertake the terraforming of the Earth’s surface which is well underway.
If I can say all that and show it is the only plausible explanation for the patterns of fact and concrete evidence, then it is no leap at all to anticipate that our friends from GOD (the governing body) would place operatives among us to monitor what is taking place.
Accepting the existence of ET makes reading this material possible. Understanding the context loses the mystery and puts it in perspective.
Extraterrestrials now live among us in
and in ,
newspapers report U.S.A.
January 26th, 2011 5:28 pm PT
A Canadian newspaper is reporting that Sun Shili, a retired foreign ministry official, states Extraterrestrials are living among us.
An extraterrestrial from Tau Ceti living in the U.S.A.
China ET report
is corroborative of this reporter Alfred Lambremont Webre's 4-part
ExopoliticsTV interview and Examiner.com
series with Jerry Wills, an apparent extraterrestrial from Tau Ceti who resides
in the . United States
Jerry Wills is an accomplished healer, explorer, and musician with the band UFAUX who recently participated in a world webcast in which Mr. Wills discussed his identity as an extraterrestrial from the Tau Ceti star system (12 light years from Earth) left here as an infant as part of a project of the Council of Worlds for the betterment of Earth.
In a 4-part ExopoliticsTV interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre, Mr. Wills, who is 6 feet 8 inches tall, talks about how he was adopted by a human family, how he dealt with his unusual abilities growing up, how he was visited regularly by an extraterrestrial delegation that briefed him on his extraterrestrial identity and his mission, how during these visits he was told to watch for specific signs during the 18-year period preceding 2012 as to whether the earth and the human population would veer toward peace or war, and how these visits stopped on the day of September 11, 2001, Mr. Wills’ birthday and the date a regularly scheduled visit was of the extraterrestrial delegation to occur.
In conversation with Alfred Lambremont Webre, Mr. Wills speaks about the 2012-13 catastrophic timeline and the 2012-13 positive timeline and what this means to all of us.
Watch Part 1 of ExopoliticsTV interview with Jerry Wills and Alfred Lambremont Webre
Examiner.com readers can watch Part 1 of the 4-part interview with Jerry Wills and Alfred Lambremont Webre above in this article or by clicking the URL below:
Examiner.com article on Jerry Wills:
The Canadian Newspaper reports as follows:
Ex-China Foreign Ministry Official says Extraterrestrials live among us
by Paul Chen
Chinese scientists also say that aliens live among humans. This includes Sun Shili, a retired foreign ministry official who is now president of the
Research Society who also concludes that waixingren (extraterrestrials)
are living among us. Beijing
Sun's first close encounter occurred in 1971, when he was sent to the remote countryside during the "cultural revolution" (1966-76) to perform the grueling task of rice planting.
One day while toiling in the field, his attention was diverted to a bright object in the sky, which rose and fell repeatedly.
At first, Sun assumed the spectacle was some sort of Cold War intelligence monitoring device - a reasonable deduction considering the times - however years later, after reading foreign materials on UFO sightings, he knew he had experienced a close encounter.
As the alien spacecraft reached the highest point of the building, it suddenly showed seven white lights evenly displaced around the outer edge of the craft.
And Sun is not the only expert in the country taking these sightings seriously. According to the highly accredited Shen Shituan, an actual rocket scientist, president of
Beijing Aerospace University
and honourary director of the government-supported UFO Research Association,
every report of an alien encounter is worth investigating. China
''Some of these sightings are real, some are fake and with others it’s unclear,'' said Shen Shituan, a real rocket scientist, president of
University and honorary director of
UFO Research Association. ''All these phenomena are worth researching.'' China
Research [ethically-based] into UFO's could help spur new forms of high-speed travel, unlimited sources of non-polluting and non-fossil fuel based energy and faster-growing crops, claims Sun Shili, president of a government-approved UFO Research Association (membership 50,000).
These lights dimmed quickly as one large light lighted up and surrounded the craft before it abruptly disappeared. Reference: Nationalufocenter.com.
Shen Shituan does not readily dismiss UFO/ET reports like his counterparts in Western scientific communities, including the claims of one worker that aliens entered his Beijing home while his wife and child were present, and whisked him 265 kilometres east and back in only a few hours.
The best-known alien abduction story in
is the case of Meng Zhao Guo, a young tree farmer, from Wuchang, near Harbin in
In June 1994 Zhao Guo and two other farm workers, working at Red Flag logging camp saw something unusual on nearby Mount Pheonix.
The complex and bizarre encounter that followed involved Meng being hit by a beam of light, as well as allegedly experiencing an abduction and a sexual encounter with a female alien.
Meng Zhaoguo, a rural worker from northeast Wuchang city, explains he was 29 when he broke his marital vows for the first and only time -- with an extraterrestrial of unusually robust build.
"She was 10 feet [3.03 metres] tall and had six fingers, but otherwise she looked completely like a human,'' he says. "I told my wife all about it afterwards. She wasn't too angry.''
During September 2003 Zhang Jingping, a Beijing-based UFO researcher, had psychologists and police technicians subject Zhao Guo to hypnosis and a lie detector test in Beijing. Zhang indicated the test results proved the abductee was telling the truth.
He also indicated that doctors had indicated that Zhao Guo's scars "could not possibly have been caused by common injuries or surgery." Meng Zhao Guo, a humble farmer with only 5 year's schooling, also indicated that he had never heard of UFOs or UFOlogists until after his experience had been reported.
China Bill Chalker,
UFO scientist, was able to have extensive discussions with Professor Chen
Gongfu, the principal researcher of the Meng Zhao Guo case. He has asked me to
assist in getting his research translated and available to western audiences.
We are well underway to achieving that goal. Australia
Research on Cao Gong's contact with ETs
In December 1999 Cao Gong, a middle-aged man from Beijing, indicated to Bill Chalker, that he had been abducted by aliens and flown to Qinhuangdao in their UFO. "They looked like humans but had large hands and were very pale, " Cao said. He said he had also met a Chinese girl in the flying saucer. Zhang Jingping's research investigation began in April 2000. The first step was hypnosis. Zhang invited a famous psychologist from
and asked him to conduct hypnosis on
Cao in helping him to remember the whole incident. Then he brought Cao to the Suzhou Bureau of Public
Security and gave him a lie detection test. "He passed the test,"
says Zhang. According to Cao, who is the principal of a private school in
Fangshan District, he met a Chinese girl in the flying saucer, who looked
around 13 years old. "The aliens cured her disease in the flying
saucer," he claimed. In order to find the girl, Zhang brought Cao to the Beijing Bureau of Public
security in July 2000. "The policemen made up a computer image photo-fit
of the girl's face according to Cao's description," says Zhang. Tangshan
In November 2002, Zhang led a group of students from
and set out on a trip to ,
in search of the mysterious girl. Qinhuangdao
"There was only a narrow glimmer of hope of finding the girl with only a computer image of her," says Zhang. They arrived in
to the north of ,
and began their blind search among the county's 400,000 population.
"Amazingly, we found a clue on the second day of our search. An old man in
the county recognized the girl in our picture," says Zhang. They found the
girl soon after that. She was 15 years old. Zhang brought her back to Qinhuangdao to meet Cao Gong.
She was identified by Cao as the girl he had seen in the UFO. Zhang has now
spent three years investigating this case. “This case is fascinating and I was
fortunate that while in Beijing
I was able to discuss the case in detail with Zhang Jingping and other
researchers, and also talk to Cao Gong himself. China
Bill Chalker secured the services of Irene, an excellent translator, guide, and
interpreter. Mr. Chalker and Irene have been working on a detailed translation
of the case. Beijing
Over 400 members of
UFO Society have college degrees Dalian
UFO Society, 90 per cent of the 400 members have college degrees. "It's
exciting for us to use science to decipher UFO sightings," said Zhou
Xiaoqiang, secretary-general of the Dalian
UFO Society. Beijing
While few Chinese claim to have managed to get quite as intimate with an extraterrestrial as Meng, a growing number of people in
in unidentified flying objects, or UFOs. China
In fact, officially registered UFO associations in
about 50,000 members, but some estimate the actual number of Chinese interested
in the subject is probably in the tens of millions. China
"If something flies over [ET spacecraft], there's a very good reason for trying to understand why they're here, why they come to us, what is their relationship between us and them," he says.
Wong is the Chairman of
thriving UFO club -- exploring "unidentified flying objects" or, to
the uninitiated, "flying saucers."
The club meets once a month to explore otherworldly topics like "E.T. Civilization" and alien philosophies.
"In order to understand UFO phenomena, we need to have a broad understanding of different disciplines," says Albert So, university professor and Hong Kong UFO club member, "including mathematics, physics, history, philosophy, even some sort of paranormal activities and all that."
Full text of article:
A recent China TV Xinhua News Report shows that the Chinese Communist Party (which controls Xinhua) may be gaming a subtle dialogue about Extraterrestrial disclosure in its TV news reports on the subject (See: Chinese National TV reporting impending UFO/ET disclosure by Obama government.
Translation and analysis of the Xinhua TV news report on the Project Camelot demonstrates that there is a great deal of subtle information and communication going on in the Xinhua TV news item. Xinhua is most plausibly serving as part of the dialectic of ET disclosure strategy by forces within the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
This Project Camelot forum analysis reinforces the accuracy of the Examiner.com article. The Project Camelot forum analysis of the Xinhua TV newscast states:
"Actually, I noticed this 'News' 2 weeks ago. It's the same kind of shocking as my post on the People Daily report about 'Aliens'. The original source is here:
The main content of what the TV news anchor say in Chinese is:" UFO八卦网站AllNewsWeb宣称，美国国防部“先进研究计划总署”（DARPA）已经承认，总统欧巴马将在一项演说中脱稿间接承认，外星人可能试图联络地球人，而且各国政府在3年内会直接承认，地球人和外星人已有接触。"
"Translation: 'An UFO gossip website name AllNewsWeb claim: US Defense Advanced Research Program Department (DARPA) had admitted: there will be a speech, in which, without script, President Obama will confess that: ETs might try to contact human, within 3 years, governments of earth will admit that human had contact with ETs.'
"You see, how many 'probable' words they used? And the TV channel is a local TV channel; Xinhua news just quoted that as an entertainment style report. The appearance of the content itself is worthless and boring.
"But the background of the context is important: XinHua news is the most important official Info & Intelligence Agency under direct controlled by the Top of [Chinese Communist Party] CCP. It doesn't own a newspaper or TV channel per se, the website is its only public channel, but everything reported in/out China is under and through its control, so, you see, it never say something meaningless or far out.
"And one more thing to add: its reports about Aliens or dooms day debate stuff are increasing rapidly in the last 6 months. So you can bet on more things will come from it.
"My thought is: Xinhua news Agency information leak tactic: Borrow others' mouth and others' words to say what they really want to prepare you [for]. That creates plausible confirm and deny abilities, when things finally come out, either way, they win----two birds with one stone. That’s the way they usually do."
How to evaluate ET disclosure among the People's Republic of China, USA, Russia, and the UK
1. It seems most plausible that the major space powers (
China, ) have a vested interest,
including their covert coordination with specific Grey ET human abduction
program, so that these powers will not perform an authoritative disclosure by
their Head of State on their own. It may take a combined action by
ethical extraterrestrial intelligent civilizations, in conjunction with public
political pressure and rising multi-dimensional consciousness to drive a public
ET disclosure. In the interim, there is some possibility that terrestrial
power structures may attempt a false flag ET invasion or landing for the
purpose of implementing a dictatorial " U.K. New World
Whether this is successful or not will depend on popular discernment and democratic resistance.
2. Intelligent extraterrestrial civilizations - The evidence of Jerry Wills regarding an apparent Council of Worlds project that has seeded ethical human extraterrestrials among our human society; the evidence of Stanley A. Fulham and the former NATO-Spanish intelligence officer who also speak of an extraterrestrial council provide a prima facie case that ethical extraterrestrial civilizations are carrying out positive, helpful interventions in human society aimed at our successful evolution toward a positive fuman future, independent of an ET disclosure actions of the matrix of human governments. At the core of the extraterrestrial interventions appears a desire to motivate humans to act in concert harmoniously for the benefit of the planet, its ecology, biosphere and population.
Alfred Lambremont Webre, JD, MEd is the author of Exopolitics: Politics, Government and Law in the Universe, a book that founded