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Monday, October 23, 2017

The Ultimate Reason for the Death of the Greatest US President?

The Ultimate Reason for the Death of the Greatest US President?

jfk murdered ultimate reason
He crossed the CIA, Nazis, Zionists, the Military, the Fed & the Mafia, but was JFK murdered because he challenged MJ-12 over access to UFO intelligence?

Was JFK murdered

mostly because he was trying to gain access to classified information on UFOs, ETs and aliens? As we approach the 53rd anniversary of the JFK assassination (which occurred on November 22, 1963) and mark the death of the greatest US president ever to challenge the New World Order Secret Government, it is worth briefly looking back in time to realize the tremendous lessons from the Kennedy murder. Last year in 2015 I released an in-depth 3-part series on the JFK assassination, dealing with the WhoHow and Why of the event, which was a sacrificial mass ritual designed (among other things) to traumatize the American public. In part 3 I compiled a list of the various motives certain people and groups had to kill Kennedy. JFK had crossed the CIA, the Nazis, the Zionists, the Military Industrial Complex, the Federal Reserve and the Mafia – all the while not being part of Secret Society Freemasonic brotherhood. However, was the ultimate reason he was killed due to his persistence and demands in obtaining top secret intelligence on the alien matter? Was JFK murdered because he challenged the power of Majestic-12 or MJ-12, the hidden group Truman had created to be the keepers of UFO and alien secrets? There is substantial evidence to indicate this is indeed the case.

Released JFK Letters to CIA and NASA Show His Demand for UFO Files – 10 Days Before His Death

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Jeremy Thomas -- Like Alchemy before Chemistry

March 2 at 5:02pm

Like Alchemy before Chemistry

The people doing active atmospheric observations have been inspired and continue to be inspired by the great men of science. These men of science had teach us not to take on faith anything that is claimed by any "expert", they have teach us not to accept as rock solid "common sense" or "common wisdom", many great discoveries have been done by questioning what was accepted for almost the totality of humanity.

That constant inquiry is at the core of the scientific thinking. Actually history teach us that as a rule in questions of science the majority is almost always wrong, that is one of the reasons why science is not done by "democratic" means.

Now any person with not preconceived ideas when presented with the "problem" of the reality of anomalies is faced with a dichotomy:

1- On one side that person will find that some people like Gabriela Decall of Argentina, with keen observational skills and armed with a digital camera, she had video captured amazing objects(, with extraordinary mental clarity and pure curiosity she had documented many anomalies, using just a digital camera that you can get for less than $50 in Ebay.

2- On the other hand that person with no preconceptions, will have the "scientific community/experts/analysts" with "cutting edge" scientific methods, this scientific community is claiming that there is not such a thing, that these anomalies are "mirages", "camera artifacts", "balloons", "plastic bags trapped in thermal air currents", etc.

But this person with no preconceived ideas, will go to other places and will realize that there is an amazing consistency on many of the video footage presented by active observers like Gabriela Decall, this person then will realize that there is something real behind these recordings. Then the only thing that this person with not preconceived ideas is left to do is just to try and verify by himself what all these people around the world are reporting, that is what I did and that is what I am reporting here.

I had learned a lot since I started doing active observations almost two years ago and I have validated/confirmed many of the recordings done by people like Gabriela Decall and they have done that using just naked eye observations, by using now infrared in a dual optical system their observations can be systematized, but in essence is a confirmation of what they already have been recording for years using just digital cameras and naked eye spotting, what they have done is really amazing and they have been dismissed/ignored for years.

Many of these same anomalies were reported by Trevor J Constable in the 1950's, I learned that well after I already had watched many of the same anomalies that he had already described, so a cycle of rediscovery have been going on since the 1950's where people starting active atmospheric observations rediscover the same things over and over.

There have been little systematization, zero classification of anomalies, many misconceptions and myths are common, just like Alchemy before Chemistry.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Long-hidden Winston Churchill essay on aliens surfaces

Long-hidden Winston Churchill essay on aliens surfaces

By James Rogers  Published February 15, 2017

Winston Churchill is seen with his trademark cigar in this file photo.

Winston Churchill is seen with his trademark cigar in this file photo.  (AP)

A fascinating essay that lay hidden for decades reveals Winston Churchill’s views on alien life.

The never-published essay has been in the archive of the National Churchill Museum in Fulton, Missouri since the 1980s, when it was given to the museum by the wife of Churchill’s publisher, who had died. Last year the museum invited Israeli astrophysicist Mario Livio to review the essay, which he discusses in an article published in the science journal Nature.

Livio notes the British wartime leader’s passion for science and technology in the 1939 essay, as well as Churchill’s thoughts on extraterrestrials.


Apparently influenced by events unfolding at the time, Churchill voices his concern about human progress and describes the possibility of aliens. “I, for one, am not so immensely impressed by the success we are making of our civilization here that I am prepared to think we are the only spot in this immense universe which contains living, thinking creatures, or that we are the highest type of mental and physical development which has ever appeared in the vast compass of space and time,” he wrote.

Winston Churchill’s essay on alien life found by Mario Livio

Winston Churchill’s essay on alien life found
by Mario Livio

15 February 2017 
A newly unearthed article by the great politician reveals that he reasoned like a scientist about the likelihood of extraterrestrials, writes Mario Livio.

Subject terms:
Astronomy and astrophysics History Policy Politics

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Winston Churchill at his desk in 1939: a prolific writer, he covered scientific topics as diverse as evolution and fusion power.

Winston Churchill is best known as a wartime leader, one of the most influential politicians of the twentieth century, a clear-eyed historian and an eloquent orator. He was also passionate about science and technology.

Aged 22, while stationed with the British Army in India in 1896, he read Darwin's On the Origin of Species and a primer on physics. In the 1920s and 1930s, he wrote popular-science essays on topics such as evolution and cells in newspapers and magazines. In a 1931 article in The Strand Magazine entitled 'Fifty Years Hence'1, he described fusion power: “If the hydrogen atoms in a pound of water could be prevailed upon to combine together and form helium, they would suffice to drive a thousand-horsepower engine for a whole year.” His writing was likely to have been informed by conversations with his friend and later adviser, the physicist Frederick Lindemann.

Noah Baker finds out about Winston Churchill’s close relationship with science.

During the Second World War, Churchill supported the development of radar and Britain's nuclear programme. He met regularly with scientists such as Bernard Lovell, the father of radio astronomy. An exchange about the use of statistics to fight German U-boats captures his attitude. Air Chief Marshal Arthur 'Bomber' Harris complained, “Are we fighting this war with weapons or slide rules?” Churchill replied, “Let's try the slide rule.”2

He was the first prime minister to employ a science adviser, hiring Lindemann in the early 1940s. The science-friendly environment that Churchill created in the United Kingdom through government funding of laboratories, telescopes and technology development spawned post-war discoveries and inventions in fields from molecular genetics to X-ray crystallography.

Despite all this, it was a great surprise last year, while I was on a visit to the US National Churchill Museum in Fulton, Missouri, when the director Timothy Riley thrust a typewritten essay by Churchill into my hands. In the 11-page article, 'Are We Alone in the Universe?', he muses presciently about the search for extraterrestrial life.

He penned the first draft, perhaps for London's News of the World Sunday newspaper, in 1939 — when Europe was on the brink of war. He revised it lightly in the late 1950s while staying in the south of France at the villa of his publisher, Emery Reves. For example, he changed the title from 'Are We Alone in Space?' to 'Are We Alone in the Universe?' to reflect changes in scientific understanding and terminology. Wendy Reves, the publisher's wife, passed the manuscript to the US National Churchill Museum archives in the 1980s.

Riley, who became director of the museum in May 2016, has just rediscovered it. To the best of Riley's knowledge, the essay remained in the Reves's private collection and has never been published or subjected to scientific or academic scrutiny. Imagine my thrill that I may be the first scientist to examine this essay.

Here I outline Churchill's thinking. At a time when a number of today's politicians shun science, I find it moving to recall a leader who engaged with it so profoundly.

Modern thinking

Thursday, January 5, 2017



Russian cosmonaut Igor Volk passed away while on vacation in Bulgaria, he was 79. Photo Credit: Claus Ableiter
Russian cosmonaut Igor Volk passed away while on vacation in Bulgaria. He was 79. Photo Credit: Claus Ableiter
Former Soviet cosmonaut Igor Petrovich Volk passed away while on vacation in Bulgaria on Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017 – he was 79. Volk was a test pilot for the Mikoyan Aircraft Design Bureau. His accomplishments covered an array of vehicles and environments – including a mission to orbit.

Born on April 12, 1937, Volk first took to the skies in 1954, becoming an accomplished pilot and test pilot.

Volk traveled to the Salyut 7 space station as a research cosmonaut on the T-12 mission to the orbiting outpost. Photo Credit: Roscosmos
Volk traveled to the Salyut 7 space station as a research cosmonaut on the T-12 mission to the orbiting outpost. Photo Credit: Roscosmos
Volk had more than 7,000 hours’ worth of flight time in over 80 different aircraft. He also was a test pilot on the Soviet version of the X-20 aircraft. As noted, Volk flew on a wide-range of aircraft which included fighters, bombers, and other craft.

According to SpaceFacts, Volk was selected as a cosmonaut on December 12, 1977, as part of the LII-1 Group.

Volk’s single flight into space saw him serving as a research cosmonaut on the three-person Soyuz T-12 crew that flew to the Soviet Salyut-7 space station in July 1984.

The Soyuz T-12 mission was the seventh to the outpost and it provided Volk with critical spaceflight experience, something he would have needed as it was planned to have him command the first crewed flight of the Soviet Union’s Buran space shuttle (the spacecraft only flew one uncrewed flight on Nov. 15, 1988).

Volk also worked as the head of cosmonaut training for the Buran program. When Buran was canceled he went on to serve as a Flight Tests Deputy at the Gromov Flight Research Institute in 1995 before retiring a year later.

When all was said and done, Volk had acquired some 11 days, 19 hours and 14 minutes in orbit.

Volk also was the President of the National Aero Club of Russia as well as the Vice President of the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale. His efforts in aero and astronautics were recognized on July 29, 1984, when he was awarded the honorary title of Hero of the Soviet Union (the highest award given in the former Soviet Union).

His list of accomplishments and awards is extensive and, according to Buran-Energia, included but was not limited to the following:


  • Deputy of the council of the Zhykovsky city 1984–1987.
  • President of the council of the USSR tennis federation 1986–1990.
  • President of the planes amateur federation 1988.
  • Executive member of the “green movement” 1989.
  • First vice-president of the Russian cosmonauts federation (RCF), executive president of the RCF 2003-2005.


  • Hero of the USSR (June 29, 1984).
  • Order “For Merit to the Fatherland”, IV class (April 11, 1997).
  • Order of Lenin (June 29, 1984).
  • Order of the Red Banner of Labour.
  • Order of Friendship of Peoples.


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