Imagine nearly 400 new UFO cases, spanning over 50 years, with such “high strangeness” that they cannot be explained away by skeptics — due to scientific evidence like landing traces being left behind.

This is what everyone is reading on the front page of Drudge today…

First of all, notice how the article says France is the FIRST country to open its UFO files (emphasis added):

France opens secret UFO files covering 50 years

Mar 22 09:32 AM US/Eastern

France became the first country to open its files on UFOs Thursday when the national space agency unveiled a website documenting more than 1,600 sightings spanning five decades.

The online archives, which will be updated as new cases are reported, catalogues in minute detail cases ranging from the easily dismissed to a handful that continue to perplex even hard-nosed scientists.

“It is a world first,” said Jacques Patenet, the aeronautical engineer who heads the office for the study of “non-identified aerospatial phenomena.”…

DW: So how much is “a handful”? Well, try nearly 400! Read on…  

Of the 1,600 cases registered since 1954, nearly 25 percent are classified as “type D”, meaning that “despite good or very good data and credible witnesses, we are confronted with something we can’t explain,” Patenet said.

On January 8, 1981 outside the town of Trans-en-Provence in southern France, for example, a man working in a field reported hearing a strange whistling sound and seeing a saucer-like object about 2.5 meters (eight feet) in diameter land in his field about 50 meters (yards) away.

A dull-zinc grey, the saucer took off, he told police, almost immediately, leaving burn marks. Investigators took photos, and then collected and analyzed samples, and to this day no satisfactory explanation has been made.

The nearly 1,000 witness who said they saw flashing lights in the sky on November 5, 1990, by contrast, had simply seen a rocket fragment falling back into earth’s atmosphere.

Patenet’s answer to questions about evidence of life beyond Earth was sure to inflame the suspicions of those convinced the government is holding back: “We do not have the least proof that extra-terrestrials are behind the unexplained phenomena.”

But then he added: “Nor do we have the least proof that they aren’t.”

DW: What we are seeing here is a classic pattern of disclosure. Give the skeptics the hard-and-fast quote they are looking for: “We do not have the least [bit of] proof that ETs are behind the unexplained phenomena”… while then immediately stating the opposite for those who are open-minded enough to take in the possibilities.

The bottom line here is this is the only way a disclosure can be done. You have to ALWAYS account for those skeptics, take their sarcastic and cynical opinions at face value and go along with it, at least partially.



It’s all a game. I’ve been getting various tidbits of feedback on my writings on the Illuminati, and I first found out about them through a friend I now call Antonio.  I had the opportunity for extended conversations with Antonio regarding what he knew, back in the mid-1990s.

His father was a high-ranking Freemason and a major player and debutante in Spain who died when Antonio was still young. Antonio ended up having a pretty awful experience when he was handed over to his God-parents, who kept him locked up in a room of their mansion and forced him to do huge amounts of labor on their land. They did not want him to sleep very much, and acutally used staff to try to prevent it — so he got in the habit of locking himself in the bathroom and sleeping on the floor, using a rolled-up towel for a pillow. 

[Later I would lean that sleep deprivation is a key aspect of ‘ritual abuse’, as it keeps people vulnerable and easily manipulated.] 

His father also had introduced him to a medical doctor who said he was one of the top 90 members of this group in the world. For a while he worked at a prominent Masonic bar in Spain where the top-level people were meeting, and apparently they had intended to transition him into the group as he got older. He was told various insider things that were quite fascinating. These 90 members were holding on to a great deal of secrets — including all sorts of UFO-related matters — that were not available to anyone else in the group. 

It was clearly explained to me that they were “the good guys”, and that they manipulated various social and political events on Earth for the greater good.

One example I was given was that wars were deliberately provoked at certain key areas — like borders between countries — to stop there from being a much larger flow of refugees from one area to another. The battle zone forms a natural barrier keeping people in their own countries so they don’t overflow into each other, as if this were to happen the problems — terrorism, et cetera — would be much worse than whatever was happening at the battle zone. This seemed to make sense to me at the time, though I still wasn’t sure if I liked the idea. 

I also clearly remember being told that this was a group that was working AGAINST another group, which also had worldwide power.  The benefit that Antonio’s group — and the only name he ever got was Knights of the Rosy Cross (Rosicrucians, perhaps) — had over the other group was that they were “very spiritual”, with esoteric wisdom teachings that went back to ancient Egypt. 



The doctor only ever told him to read two books — he said they were both very important. The first book was “The People of the Secret,” by Ernest Scott. Here’s a blurb from about the book’s contents:

Book Description
Are biological evolution and human history directed by a hierarchy of Intelligences, the lowest level of which makes physical contact with mankind? Do invisible guardians of this planet “seed” ideas into the earth’s culture to prepare human beings for huge steps in their development? The author suggests not only that it may be so, but that it may also be possible to recognize these “People of the Secret.”  

I read this book and found it very difficult to get through… the writing is extremely dense, and uses all sorts of words that are not part of the common stock of language — but it did express a variety of fascinating points in those places where I felt I could understand it. There was a big passage that dealt with the Council of Nicaea, explaining how the Christian religion as we knew it was the product of a “government conspiracy” from Emperor Constantine of Rome. 

Constantine essentially gathered all the floating pieces of scripture regarding Jesus… and brought the often-rogue guys who were using them to start little cults… together. The idea was that the unanimous decisions of the group would be the Will of God. One delegate, Arius, pointed out multiple forms of documentation to show that God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit were realms of being, populated with countless numbers of entities.  This explained passages in the Bible regarding angels.

Constantine declared this “heresy,” threw out Arius and those who agreed with him, and carefully edited out all the passages they had found for proof. Text regarding the clear existence angels was apologetically left in without further explanation, though they did not fit in the “Trinity” that was being created — a bullet-proof doctrine that left no room for anyone else to be God, or for there to be any other way to God but through the Church of Rome. 

The book keeps mentioning a “Hidden Directorate” that works through various people on Earth, sometimes knowingly and sometimes subconsciously, to keep guiding humanity back on course for its own evolution. Obviously, Antonio’s contact believed himself to be one of “the People of the Secret”, along with the other 90 at the top — at least at the level he was working at. There was the strong implication that we were heading into another major, sudden evolutionary leap, which was consistent with the Ascension model I was putting together now that I’d started reading the Law of One series. 



The second recommended book had a title I do not remember (it may be in my notes somewhere, and yes, I will try to dig it up but can’t promise anything) but basically had some similarity to “The Sirius Mystery” by Robert Temple, only in this case it was making a connection between ETs from the star Sirius and contacts with the ancient Egyptians.

The book did also suggest that there was an ET bloodline that had resulted from these contacts. The cover had a white background, a single purplish-blue ink design, with a side profile of an Egyptian pharaoh’s mummy on the left and a group of stars — perhaps the Pleiades — on the right. On the back cover it mentioned something about a cycle — in the tens of thousands of years — that was completing at this time. It was not directly related to precessional numbers or anything I’d seen before. I believe it was somewhere over 60,000 years. 

Since I was already studying the Law of One by this point, and seeing all the connections it had to research I’d been doing the previous three years, this second book did not impress me. There were a variety of logical jumps and assumptions based on what seemed like scanty evidence, and it also tried to take a variety of phenomena and give them a single common explanation, involving one or two ET groups. Intuitively all sorts of red flags were going off in my head and the whole thing, I hate to say it, felt ‘hokey’. 

I believe the key groups it focused on were the Pleaides and Sirius. There was a copy of this book positioned prominently in the ARE library the whole time I was there in Virginia Beach — at the edge of a bookshelf — and I always thought that was interesting.  



Some of the things Antonio said were really weird. Apparently they were DEEPLY into alchemical studies, (Al-Kemit, the Science of Egypt,) and there was actually a practice where you would attempt to build a little humanlike creature out of soft clay and animate this creature… apparently turning it into a living being for a short time. By this point you would have already developed many other ‘psychic’ abilities far beyond what most people would think possible. 

Elsewhere I’ve seen reference to this as creating a “Gollum,” like the creature in Lord of the Rings, but I don’t think Antonio ever used that word. This was apparently the defining act to show that you had completed your alchemical studies and gained the abilities they wanted you to have.  

They strongly believed in creatures they called ‘elementals’ — that there were all sorts of forms of life that existed on levels of reality slightly out of phase with our own. They did believe, apparently, in elves, gnomes, dwarves, fairies and leprechauns, as stupid as that must sound to the average person. Part of their training involved bringing yourself to a level where you could see and interact with these various other forms of life.



For me, the most fascinating part of his testimony was in the story of the twenty-six boxes. Apparently his doctor friend, from the Masonic bar, had been storing 26 boxes of extremely high-level secret documents in a particular location, which I was led to believe was an attic. For some reason their cover was blown, and in a very short period of time — within hours — they had to clear out all the boxes. It was a total panic, and his friend had no time… he needed Antonio’s help desperately, and he agreed. 

They did manage to get the twenty-six boxes to a new secure location before whomever else got to them first, which they were very relieved about. As a gesture of gratitude, the doctor allowed Antonio to choose any one of the boxes, open it and inspect its contents.

Up until then, Antonio really didn’t believe in UFOs — yet when he opened one of the boxes, he was confronted with irrefutable proof, in spades, consisting of documents and photographs the public has never seen.

There were photographs of UFOs — some landed, some flying, and photographs of various ETs from those ships. These were not distant photographs, but bodies from wreckages — and it was clearly obvious that these were not frauds. One image that really stuck in his mind was a picture of an arm that was clearly not human.

One of the first things he saw was a document that the US government had apparently issued to the leaders of every other country in the world. This document basically said that crashed UFOs could be extremely dangerous, even lethal, to large numbers of people — and the US was the only country with the right training and equipment to retrieve these crashes and ‘dispose’ of the wreckage safely…