Saturday, May 1, 2010

Dark Speculations; Psy Ops Memes?

When I first read the by now infamous Stephen Hawkings comment on alien life, my first thought was "Hmm, wonder if this is some psy ops thing?" Then immediately felt silly for being so paranoid, as I usually do when I have these paranoid, conspiracy tinged responses to seemingly mundane things that pop up in the culture stream.

Stephen Hawkings, brilliant man, which no one argues, doesn't think much about UFOs or those that "believe in" them. In fact, he's said of those that take the subject seriously:

"We don't appear to have been visited by aliens," Hawking said, adding that he discounts reports of UFOs. "Why would they only appear to cranks and weirdoes?"
That view didn't stop Hawkings from speculating on aliens and their motivations. Those motivations are dark ones; attributing the worst of human behaviors onto an advanced alien life form, Hawkings speculated that a violent scenario would take place:
I imagine they might exist in massive ships, having used up all the resources from their home planet.
'Such advanced aliens would perhaps become nomads, looking to conquer and colonise whatever planets they can reach.'
It would be 'too risky' to attempt to make contact with alien races, he concluded.
'If aliens ever visit us, I think the outcome would be much as when Christopher Columbus first landed in America, which didn’t turn out very well for the Native Americans.' Stephen Hawking: Earth could be at risk of an invasion by aliens living in 'massive ships'
Those comments, juxtaposed with the comment that only "cranks and weirdos" see UFOs, give us a conflicting and cynical view of the whole phenomena. We have to be careful of thinking aliens would be benign; loving ETs  like space age Jesus's, come to save us from ourselves.  The belief that because a race of beings are technologically advanced also makes them more spiritually/emotionally advanced doesn't follow, but neither does the idea, like Hawkings, that they'd be out to eat us for lunch. Hawkings presents us with a sort of anti-Disclosure. Which brings me to the paranoid part.

The timing of the thing is interesting, other recent news items concerning space and thinking seriously about "the other" coincide to bring us an interesting picture. One illustration: Nobel prize winner  Dr. Brian Josephson was recently invited to participate in the Towler conference on quantum physics. Then he was quickly disinvited. Greg Taylor at The Daily Grail shared the dis-invite Josephson received from the Towler institute:
Dear Prof. Josephson,
I am very sorry to have to inform you that, at my initiative, Mike Towler and I are withdrawing our invitation for you to attend our workshop at The Towler Institute this summer.

It has come to my attention that one of your principal research interests is the paranormal. I have told Dr Towler that, in my view,it would not be appropriate for someone with such research intereststo attend a scientific conference. On this basis, I have urged him to agree to withdrawing the invitation, much to his personal regret. I do wish I had noticed this earlier, the oversight is entirely my fault. Nothing personal, of course. It is a purely intellectual matter. We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused, and wish you a pleasant summer. Paranormal Regret, The Daily Grail,

So a conference on QM can't allow for a Nobel Prize winning collegue if he thinks too far outside that box.

But back to Hawkings and psy-ops. This from UFO-Blogger:
There is, however, plausible contextual evidence, that Stephen Hawking’s carefully crafted statements as a protégé of the Royal Society may in fact be a component of a long-term psychological operation (“psyops”) by U.K. military intelligence to brainwash the human population into fear-driven support of the weaponization of space, and acceptance of a possible false flag war in space against a hyperdimensional extraterrestrial civilization which is being groomed as a foe of humanity’s sovereignty over Earth’s 3rd dimension.

It may be more than a curious coincidence that both Simon Conway Morris, professor of evolutionary­paleobiology at Cambridge University and a keynote speaker at the Royal society January 2010 conference on extraterrestrial life at the, and Stephen Hawking, Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at the University of Cambridge for thirty years and one of the youngest members ever to be inducted into the Royal Society, should parrot each other with almost the same verbatim observations about the dangers of interacting with all extraterrestrial civilizations.

Stephen Hawking May Be Part Of A U.K. Military Intelligence Psyops

Robert Bigelow, the mysterious wealthy would be controller of the paranormal and UFOs, has now become the FAA's official go to source for pilots to report UFO sightings. Furthermore, it's a strange partnership with MUFON. When there is wealth, big business, and an obsession, well. . .industry and government are no strangers. Pilots now are encouraged to report UFO sightings to Bigelow's private sector organization, called BAASS. (Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies.) The following is from the U.S. Department of Transportation/Federal Aviation Adminstration website:

Section 8. Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) Reports

9-8-1. GENERAL
a. Persons wanting to report UFO/unexplained phenomena activity should contact a UFO/ unexplained phenomena reporting data collection center, such as Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies (BAASS) (voice: 1-877-979-7444 or e-mail:, the National UFO Reporting Center, etc.

Other news adds to a consideration of dark and fearful views of space as being a manufactured one, a controlled one. Little droplets of fear about space, along with news of government agencies that looked into UFOs closing, have been released steadily the past few years. Two things are occurring at the same time, two systems of activity concerning UFOs and esoteric realms. One is the denial and heavy handed pronouncements from authorities about the unseen (paranormal, UFOs, outer space, strange things in the skies, shutting down of government agencies that looked into UFOs.) The other is the obvious, blatant and can not be denied reality of weirdness literally above our heads (Norway spiral, crashing meteorite, beams of light from odd looking craft, non-stop sightings and high strangeness experiences, serious research.)

As if all this isn't enough, Hawkings is still causing a stir, this time concerning time travel and DARPA. Alfred Lambremont Webre writes:
Prof. Hawking’s statements on time travel can been seen in a segment (Episode 1-5) of the Discovery channel documentary embedded in the article below.  In the documentary segment, Prof. Hawking first affirms the theoretical reality of time travel.  He then describes (and the documentary depicts) a theoretical time-travel portal in terms that are very similar to secret U.S. government time travel portals by independent whistleblowers from U.S. time travel projects, Andrew D. Basiago, a Cambridge University graduate and former DARPA Project Pegasus time travel participant, and former U.S. serviceman Michael Relfe. (Why is Hawking affirming time travel theory and appearing ignorant of DARPA secret time travel?

Theories about Hawkings being invovled in disinfo continue. Webre writes, in the same article:
Stephen Hawking’s April 25, 2010 public statements about extraterrestrial civilizations can be plausibly interpreted as a part of a larger psyops – psychological operation – by U.K. military intelligence to use Hawking’s carefully crafted profile as Royal Society protégé in brainwashing the human population into fear-driven support of the weaponization of space, and acceptance of a possible false flag war in space against a hyperdimensional extraterrestrial civilization which is being groomed as a foe of humanity’s sovereignty over Earth’s 3rd dimension.

If Stephen Hawking has been recruited by U.K military-intelligence (or some other entity) to engage in a disinformation campaign about extraterrestrial civilizations, then the likelihood that the informationthat he is imparting about the science of time travel is also part of an intentional “disinformation” campaign escalates.
It's not all that far fetched to consider this angle. For some reason, in the UK, there have been several staged scenarios invovling UFOs at schools. Students, parents, and some staff, are witnesses to what they believe at the time to be real crashed UFOs, alien abductions, or other violent, intrusive acts, such as the murder of a teacher in front of students. Are these scary events preparing us for something in the near future?

None of this matters. People have already been bedazzled; I've spoken with many who, while having only a mild interest in UFOs at best, have taken Hawkings words to heart. Because, as has been said to me many times lately, Hawkings is a brilliant man, and a scientist. Therefore, he knows what he's talking about. The meme's been released.

I was recently briefly interviewed on a local radio program; they wanted my take on what Hawkings had said about aliens.  The part where I prefaced my answer to their question "How many UFOs have you seen?" was edited out. What I had said was that UFOs means unidentified and that I think a lot of what we see up there is ours. Which doesn't make it any the less weird; if it's ours, but operating covertly, and doing suspicious things like spraying mist onto buildings, beaming blinding white beams of light onto people and so on, well, we have an issue.

It seems something is intent on distracting us from the realities of the covert, such as  DARPA and other classified operations, as well as the truly anomalous. 

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