In a video posted online at YouTube, the late Lockheed senior scientist Boyd Bushman discusses extraterrestrial aliens and their technology.
In another mind-bending, phone bending stunt, entertainer and mystifier Uri Geller, who was once sought out by the CIA for his unique skill set, accepted a challenge from U.K. International Business Times to bend a phone with his mind.
“The only thing I can tell you is, that I was reactivated — by a person called ‘Ron’ — I can’t tell you what nationality and what country.”
A rumored battle against an extraterrestrial alien invasion in Utah at a remote ranch owned by one of the world’s most reclusive aerospace entrepreneurs never took place, according to STARstream Research sources familiar with the story.
Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, governor of the Russian republic of Kalmykia, claims to have been contacted by space aliens in September 1997. USWeb CEO Joe Firmage also claimed to have been contacted in October 1997.
Flying saucers cruising over Washington D.C. should beware: Ron, CIA’s one-time rocket man, and his crew at MASINT have been checking into alleged extraterrestrial methods, like the use of gravity waves for radio. Meanwhile, we have, according to Ron’s buddy Dan Smith, a “phenomenology problem” of the paranormal kind. What’s really going on?
In an article published by Examiner.com, and in posts published at several web sites, a person who claims to be Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, the great-granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, has been promoting an outlandish claim about a super-secret private effort to build a permanent outpost on Mars.