Nixon, Jackie Gleason, and Aliens

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“I have never seen a flying saucer anywhere personally but have read published flying saucer literature. Most of this literature is ridiculous, but amongst the trash there are some undeniable points that can not be refuted even by the United States Government.”
—Jackie Gleason

You might know Jackie Gleason from the classic 1950s TV sitcom The Honeymooners—but apparently he was also quite the UFO aficionado. Amassing a collection of over 1,700 books on the paranormal and flying saucers, Gleason even built an impressive UFO-shaped home in Peekskill New York that he called “The Mothership.” Continue reading “Nixon, Jackie Gleason, and Aliens”

The Horus Transmission

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I originally channelled this on May 18, 2006. By “channeled” I mean: I just started writing it, without any sort of conscious planning or thought. (Since then, I have added italics and other formatting here and there for emphasis.) It was a period of time in my life where I had just come off of a serious illness, the effects of which I could only get over by an extreme “pure” diet. Perhaps these were the factors—coupled with an extended break from work and travel—that produced the ideal “environment” for this sort of work.

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Playing Those Mind Games: John Lennon And UFOs

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“On the 23rd Aug. 1974 at 9 o’clock I saw a UFO”
—from the liner notes to the John Lennon album “Walls and Bridges”

If all the weirdness involving his “rumored to be dead” bandmate Paul McCartney wasn’t enough, there’s also a less-known bizarre Beatles story regarding John Lennon…involving four alien “bug-men,” a mysterious golden egg, and even 1970s paranormal heartthrob Uri Geller!

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