EVERYTHING U.F.OLD IS NU.F.O AGAIN
MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
Today, most people equate UFOs with an extraterrestrial intelligence and advanced technologies, but this is a very recent idea. That’s not to say that historically people did not report seeing unusual things in the skies, for they surely did: comets, meteors, eclipses and the like had been reported (and sometimes recorded) for millennia.
There are still many people that believe that it is a great leap against common sense to believe that somewhere out there in vast reaches of the cosmos is life. The idea that we are alone in the universe is a geocentric belief that has come and gone for nearly 2000 years and it appears that every millennia brings with it all sorts of ideas about what is out there and what it means to humankind if we discover that we are not alone.
Gene Roddenberry, the creator of Star Trek, once commented “As the human race moves into adolescence and adulthood, it can no longer afford to guide its affairs via those simple myths. Our human ancestors thought long and hard on who and what they were and came up with the best explanations they could make. The frightening thing is that we at the end of the 20th century, are still hanging on to those explanations, which date back to our stone age. I think we need a more fruitful way to analyze these questions. We need exciting philosophical thought.”
As we have heard over and over again there are more things on heaven and earth than are dreamt of in any philosophy, which makes the point, misquoted or not.
The fact remains that in spite of the professional debunkers, there is more, far more in the universe that we are totally in ignorance of. We are limited by our five senses. Once in a while, we get a few fleeting insights on inexplicable phenomena, but that doesn’t mean the whole of the inexplicable should be rejected because they cannot be duplicated in a laboratory.
Every blurry photo does not make the sighting any less valid – I mean try snapping a picture of something maneuvering through the air at high speed – you’d be lucky to get a shot with little aliens waving back.
However, scientists now have sophisticated equipment that can glance into the cosmos and show us that there are many planets that can be habitable and we know that eventually there will be an announcement that perhaps a planetary neighbor like Mars has, in fact, microbial life forms and nutrients in the soil.
For many scientists astrobiology or exobiology is an exciting prospect—and now it is apparent that scientists are preparing for the inevitable announcement that there is life out in space.
There is a little known study of planets and UFOs that is rarely talked about and that is the possibility that we have discovered extinct alien civilizations or remnants of old species of what appear to be phantom species here on earth.
Those who don’t learn the lessons of an extinct alien civilization’s fall may be doomed to repeat it.
Humanity appears to be going down a dangerous path. We’ve developed weapons powerful enough to off ourselves many times over, for example, and we are obviously modifying the weather in a fruitless attempt at cooling the planet.
Similar behavior may have led to the demise of advanced alien races around the galaxy.
We know that even though we are seeking new life and new civilizations. We also may discover how alien civilizations die and we may have even found what appear to be alien species on earth and have collected much of their DNA.
If we were to judge alien civilizations on the way we behave, then the chances of finding dead aliens outweigh the possibility of finding living extraterrestrial intelligence.
Civilizations that have disappeared from this planet made the mistake of thinking in the short term, produce self-inflicted wounds — wounds that eventually annihilate the species.
So while the newfound excitement about UFOs and finding living aliens is vindication for some, the thought of producing a dead alien or an artifact from an alien civilization may be the first thing scientists discover.
Such a find would perhaps be the greatest scientific discovery of all time, and it might have the added benefit of putting our troubled species on a better path.
A few weeks ago I was intrigued by a story that was reported about NASA synthesizing alien DNA.
This would allegedly revolutionize our understanding of what extraterrestrial life may resemble and where it exists.
The NASA discovery suggests there might be unimagined forms of DNA-based life as we know it on Earth.
And alien life on other worlds might be built using different molecular systems of the kind the NASA scientists have synthesized, they have suggested.
The new molecular system will allow scientists searching for alien life to recalibrate what exactly they are actually looking for and where it could exist.
Imagining forms of life that might use different structures and developing ways of detecting them is a central part of NASA’s work. This is another huge breakthrough for science but the big question is, if they have synthesized alien DNA, what was the specimen they compared it to—what was it that they modeled it after?
Could it be that there has been a discovery of some form of alien life that has been kept under wraps and science has found a way through synthetic biology to replicate an alien life form and its DNA?
Instead of DNA’s usual four ingredients, the NASA scientists have created one containing eight.
It has all of the four that are found in life on Earth: adenine, cytosine, guanine, and thymine. The NASA scientists have added an extra four synthetic ones, capable of mimicking the structures of the ingredients found in regular DNA.
The NASA researchers call the new creation “hachimoji” DNA – hachi is Japanese for eight, while moji means letter. Hhachimoji DNA functions the same as our DNA, meeting the same requirements that allow it to store and transmit information.
Again, with this discovery, how was NASA able to synthesize an alien model and what specimen of life form they extract the DNA information from?
One person that may know is Emery Smith. I met Emery at Contact in the Desert, He was very friendly to me and at the time I met him I had no idea why he was a guest at the conference. After talking with him I realized that he is probably one of the most controversial figures in the field of UFOlogy but his claims seem to be very believable in light of the new information from NASA.
Emery Smith was in the US Air Force and stationed at the Kirtland Air Force Base hospital, in New Mexico. Emery was working in a hospital surgery unit, then asked by officials to do “moonlighting” after hours to make extra money, collecting and harvesting specimens. Emery at first thought this was organ harvesting from fallen soldiers.
He was called in to dissect specimens and label tissues. Tissues samples were human at first. Then these tissues changed. They did not appear human.
He didn’t ask questions. Emery got increasingly higher security clearances. He claims to have been part of a billion dollar project.
For Emery Smith, it was a fun thing and addictive work, with over 3,000 different specimen samples. The question is whether or not these specimens were from extraterrestrials or even hybrid species.
Not all were full body, but he looked at mostly limbs or organs. Working in underground bases at Sandia Labs and Los Alamos Labs – those are entry points to underground large facilities with millions of acres. Underground labs are 100 to 1,000 feet underground with compartmentalized floors rented by corporations. Emery’s specialty was biologics. He was 6 to 7 hours on the regular hospital job. Then, after hours, he walked over to his moonlighting position underground that was highly secured.
Emery says that Sandia Labs has a base within a base at Kirtland AF Base. Sandia Mag-Lev 2 train systems connect underground to Area 51, and different entry points are all connected: White Sands, Mountainair New Mexico, Kirtland, Los Alamos, Dulce, Crestone, Colorado Springs, and Denver Airport. The underground network may go beyond that. Transport unit holds four people, has nice, comfortable seats, and it goes 700 miles per hour. Each “cab” is the size of a Volkswagen truck. This network may go halfway around the world. Emery didn’t always know exactly where he was working.
Emery Smith reported to a fire tower after hours at Kirtland. He went through security, had a full body scan before he reached the elevator, there was another check with canine units, which were dogs bred to sniff out everything. Then he would climb into a chair lift system to drop down to the lower floors. This underground area is a very large area that is five (5) square acres in size, with many operating rooms. He was given a glass pad that looks like x-ray film. The glass pad has database info, with information on what he was working on. He was not allowed to ask questions. He worked there for 3 years. He got higher and higher clearances. He was brought into other projects.
Many included working in a specialized operating room.
He claims that they are vacuum-sealed like being in a submarine. Two people helped Emery change into an operating suit. The beings that were being analyzed have different atmospheres, so pressurized rooms to work on them are needed.
He also had to receive a special inoculation to work on these specimens.
The inoculation was in the form of a light gel on the back of the hand. The procedure had to be done in order to put you into the same chemical frequency as the extraterrestrials Emery, as a young man, didn’t care about being inoculated. But he says that there are side effects. After the inoculation, he said that he could see inter-dimensionally. Seeing things overlay and overlap, see you here, you there, and in another timeline.
About 50% of people inoculated with this gel have this experience. People “see double,” see light bodies and the astral realms. People see color shifts and hear melodic tones and communications from different ET species, actually singing and chanting. It’s mostly nice tones that can be heard and a lot of advanced civilizations have this form of communication.
Emery claims that he was able to use a see-through diagnosis bed made with clear metal, which could see into the human body and it had 400 times the power of a CAT scan. It was able to zoom into cells and find anomalies. He believes that it will be available to the public in the next decade or two. It will look into the body and see what is wrong. There are 50 to 60 devices that have been recently released to the public from corporations since Emery went public.
Emery was also the surgeon that performed the autopsy on the tiny humanoid creature known as the Atacama being – a small creature that was discovered in Atacama Chile.
The being is a mummified six-inch humanoid figure that was rumored for 15 years to be the first discovery of an alien creature.
It had an enlarged cranium and oversized eye sockets.
Scientists discovered the skeleton, nicknamed Ata, more than a decade ago in an abandoned town in the Atacama Desert of Chile. After trading hands and eventually finding a permanent home in Spain, the mummified specimen started to garner public attention.
It became an object of controversy as it appeared in UFO investigator Steven Greer film, Sirius. Emery Smith was the doctor who took samples of the mummy for analysis.
Apart from Smith’s report, scientists from Stanford University concluded that the small deformed skeleton belonged to a human girl whose physical malformations were the result of several severe genetic mutations.
Within days of the study being published, a controversy emerged. The Chilean National Monuments Council launched an investigation, saying the mummy’s remains may have been acquired through illegal smuggling and grave robbing, and that the research was wholly inappropriate. Some Chilean scientists went so far as to say that Genome Research paper should be retracted.
An international team of experts led by Sian Halcrow from the University of Otago, New Zealand published their findings in the International Journal of Paleopathology, and claim that the Stanford research report was replete with errors and misinterpretations and that a genetic study probably shouldn’t have been conducted in the first place.
The authors of the new paper found “no evidence” of the skeletal anomalies described in the Genome Research paper. The abnormal characteristics described by Stanford team, the authors say, are consistent with normal fetal skeletal development.
The conclusion is that what was found was a mummified stillborn.
The authors of the new study also concluded that the flawed nature of the Genome Research study highlights the need for interdisciplinary research approaches, which in this case should’ve involved experts in osteology, medicine, archaeology, history, and genetics.
But of course, there was a whole genome sequencing that arguably gave no real satisfying answers as to why the little being looked alien to begin with.
So the mystery is whether not arguing pathologists are giving the whole truth.
Some of that truth has to come from Emery Smith—and can we conclude that the genome sequencing of one alleged alien being has led to others –and is the genome sequencing part of a bigger experiment where NASA can now create alien DNA in a lab?
The big issue is whether or not there have been several studies done on aliens post mortem.
The first evidence of extraterrestrial intelligence may come to us from the remains of a long dead and unknown species.
However, it is my firm belief that a dead alien will only bring with it more questions than answers and it may be kept as a core secret and it represents the possibility that we too may see the same fate.
People seeking “disclosure” seem to think it is for our own good. They think that learning the truth will put us on the path to free energy machines, miraculous health cures and all sorts of other New Age ideas that sound good in a pink fuzzy way but end up dying when faced with the truth.
The truth may be that the phenomenon is not easily put in a box and disclosure will most definitely not happen in the way we seem to think it will.
There are many things in government that are known as “Core Secrets.” Allegedly, Core Secrets are only given to the President on a “Need to Know Basis.” That means, some Intelligence the President knows nothing about. From what is indicated in several intelligence reports, the President does not know the “core secret” of the alien presence. He only knows what you and I probably have been privileged to learn from Ground Truth Documents that are seen by very select few, and they hold the secrets.
There is no automatic clearance for access to any doomsday scenario provided to the President. If the President makes a speech or if he does disclose the alien presence, it will be disclosed directly from Intelligence and even then, that information is highly-suspect and carefully planned and thought out to prevent mass hysteria from the general public. All core intelligence information is protected, even if it is bogus. The reasoning smacks of dark creepiness.
Core intelligence is always somehow linked to all “doomsday blueprint” Intelligence cores. Core intelligence that would reveal an alien presence, possible alien intervention and alien attack and or invasion eventually arrives at the possibility of planetary annihilation. It, unfortunately, seems like some pseudo-religious scorched earth scenario where civilization must perish to protect itself from an alien threat. This is one possibility as to why full objective disclosure cannot happen.
There has always been the worry that religions would crumble if an alien presence was revealed but surprisingly of all things, religion and beliefs in a higher being may not receive a big cosmic dent after all according to experts.
The Bible, Koran and other sacred texts of the world’s major religions stress God’s special concern for humanity and for Earth. So the discovery of aliens, microbes on Mars, or signals from an intelligent civilization in another solar system, might seem threatening by implying we and our planet aren’t all that special.
However, we have to keep in mind that religious faith remains strong in much of the world despite scientific advances showing that Earth is not the center of the universe and that our planet’s organisms were not created in their present form but rather evolved over billions of years.
While the prospect of picking up alien signals sounds amazing experts warn that much of what we would be hearing would be coming from ghosts meaning civilizations that have died – sending their last message to anyone who may hear it.
Policies for open contact have changed – and there are processes for procuring specimens post mortem. The only thing is while the actions of alien autopsy have been declassified – the details of any findings will remain a matter of core intelligence.
The Navy’s new position regarding UFO disclosure also states that while servicemen can now report UFO’s without being stigmatized – details of the sightings will not be made public.
Once again it is a matter of core intelligence, so everything that has been old school is becoming new again and all of the reports will most certainly be sanitized for the public.
While the new interest has its flair, the old school intelligence still has its grip on the subject matter.