Thursday, October 10, 2013

The Father of Psychic Warfare, UFOs and the NIDSci

Here is an interesting narrative in reference to Col. John Alexander and NIDSci:

In the early 1990s, I had a chance to visit a Col. John Alexander at his office in Las Vegas.

Apparently he had just moved in to that office there.

He was quite cordial.

We asked him some questions about non-lethal weapons systems and their applications.

I even asked him a couple of questions about "thanatology" (since, at that time I was a full-time licensed funeral director in Los Angeles).

It was quite interesting.

However, towards the end of the interview we asked him a question about "UFOs".

As soon as he heard us mention "UFOs", his attitude suddenly changed and he became totally upset.

He then scolded us and told us never to bring up that topic again.

He said that he had absolutely no interest in "UFOs".

Anyway, upon leaving his office (after we apologized to him), he led us the way out of his office.

As soon as he started walking towards the hallway to lead us out of his office, I instantly went behind his desk and had a quick look at his computer screen.

To my amazement, his computer screen showed a partial list of UFO organizations and names of UFO researchers.

To this day, I have no idea what to think of him and this experience there in his office.

This is why I still have a difficult time trusting the ultimate goal of organizations such as the National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS), financed and headed by Robert Bigelow of Las Vegas.

Col. John Alexander, I believe, was under the payroll of Robert Bigelow in the 1990s. (He still my be, even today).

My fear is that the goal of NIDS is to dominate and control the flow of UFO information and to infiltrate organizations such as MUFON, through their vast financial resources.

I may be wrong on this.

I am not sure. - Norio Hayakawa


Col. John Alexander admits UFOs are real - Alexander's wet blanket - Unlike many researchers, Alexander has long contended there’s no UFO coverup, that the only info the feds are holding back involve sources and methods. Near the end of his military tenure, Alexander says he queried military brass about UFOs – all the way up to two-star rungs – and insists they were entirely candid when they said they didn’t know squat about it. What he does have scalding words for is the way the Air Force fumbled the ball on the Roswell Incident (three separate official verdicts), as well as the 1969 University of Colorado study on UFOs. The Colorado whitewash marginalized the evidence and allowed the USAF to close to its public investigation.

“UFOs are real. The evidence for things flying all over our skies that aren’t ours is overwhelming,” Alexander says. “And most scientists won’t go near it because they think Condon” – first name Edward, who supervised the Colorado project — “conducted a thorough study, which he did not. We need to make it permissible for scientists to study again, and what Senator Pell went through shows you what happens to a serious person attempts to study it.

“I think this is something a John Podesta could in fact do. He could help to make a formal request to the National Academy of Science to take another look at this thing based on evidence that’s been ignored. But this isn’t going to be easy, because it’s not politically enhancing. And the scientific community doesn’t even want to look at the evidence. They dismiss it a priori.”

Col. John Alexander's interview on 'Coast to Coast'

NOTE: I'm not sure what to make of this post. Col. Alexander is best known as the father of non-lethal weapons who developed 'psychic warriors' for the U.S. Army and was the driving force behind the film The Men Who Stare At Goats But there have also been rumors of connections with the 'New World Order', that he is/was a mind programmer for the NWO (hey, I'm just reporting the rumors). As far as Hayakawa's statement in reference to Robert Bigelow, I'm still trying to wrap my head around Bigelow's motivations for making the comment of people being directly and/or indirectly killed by ET's as well as the interest it has prompted. Whatever the agenda, I agree with Hayakawa...we need to be very wary of people mucking up the already murky cesspool of ufology...Lon

UFOs: Myths, Conspiracies, and Realities

Psychic Warrior: The True Story of America's Foremost Psychic Spy and the Cover-Up of the CIA's Top-Secret Stargate Program

PSI Spies: The True Story of America's Psychic Warfare Program