The “Mirage Men” film will have its world premiere in June 2013 at the internationally renowned Sheffield Doc/Fest.
“This is a true story about UFOs and a government who denied their existence, then wanted people to believe in them.”
Controversial physicist Jack Sarfatti would like to steal quantum metric engineering from the cosmic gods and build a starship. Sarfatti answers our questions about how he intends to “make STAR TREK real” and send the human race “where no man has gone before.”
Forget about the fictional “aliens on the moon” movie “Apollo 18.” If you’re looking for the REAL paranormal activity in space, we have the story. Is there a reason we never went back?
A short list of our favorite science fiction films from years gone by shines a disclosure light on the extraterrestrial CORE STORY.
Vatican less than thrilled by film’s pantheistic new age neo-paganism.
Don’t tell “the men who stare at goats,” but the Navy and the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense had a plan to crash the “human potential” use of psychic mind-bending forces.
The true story of “The Men Who Stare at Goats” involves fringe research, foreign operatives and scientists, the intelligence communities, the use of the Internet for espionage and, most importantly, real anomalous data.
Psi-Ops and Hollywood: The strange connection to extraterrestrial aliens, their more advanced “masters-of-the-universe” cousins the ultra-terrestrials, and paranormal demonic forces of evil. These are topics that make military men who stare goats to death seem positively normal by comparison. From the book “To the Moon and Back With Love” by Gary S. Bekkum