Thursday, September 23, 2010

Norad Officer's New Book says -ALIENS ARE COMING !

And, he gives a date, just a short time away, October 13/2010?!
How does he know this date specifically? Apparently other lifeforms are telling him this.
Mark the date on your calender boys and girls!

What to make of this?

A newly-published book by a retired NORAD officer predicts October 13, 2010 as the tentative date for a fleet of extraterrestrial vehicles to hover for hours over the earth's principal cities. Author says the event to be the first in a series intended to avert a planetary catastrophe resulting from increasing levels of carbon-dioxide in the earth's atmosphere dangerously approaching a "critical mass."

A newly-published (?) 352-page book by a retired Air Force officer, Stanley A. Fulham, tentatively predicts October 13, 2010 as the date for a massive UFO display over the world’s principal cities. According to the author, the aliens will neither land nor communicate on that date; they are aware from eons of experience with other planets in similar conditions their sudden intervention would cause fear and panic.

The book, Challenges of Change (3rd ed.),( 3rd edition? How long has this book been around?) reports this event will be the initial interaction in a process leading to mankind’s acceptance of the alien reality and technologies for the removal of poisonous gases from the earth’s atmosphere in 2015, if not sooner.

Fulham writes it is generally recognized UFOs function beyond our earth's physical laws, and has concluded answers to questions regarding who they are, where are they from, why are they here, are they a threat, and the mystery of abductions could only be found at a higher dimension of reality.

For more than a decade, through the services of a world renowned channeler, the author has communicated with an ethereal group of entities known as the Transcendors -- 43,000 very old souls who combine their vast experience and knowledge through eons of incarnations, providing advice and information to humans in search of basic realities of mankind’s existence.

So, a retired NORAD officer (a perceived authority) is predicting a return of a saviour (religious connotations), that he himself is receiving from some ethereal entities (otherworldly, angels, demons, whatever sources)

What does this sound like to you? To me I am getting the psy-op, mind control kind of vibe.

Is this related to Project/Operation Bluebeam?

Which is alleged to be a mind control operation on a massive scale relating to an alien visitation and or the second coming of Jesus?


  1. "massive UFO display over the world’s principal cities. According to the author, the aliens will neither land nor communicate on that date; they are aware from eons of experience with other planets in similar conditions their sudden intervention would cause fear and panic."
    "What does this sound like to you?"
    Well Penn to me it sounds like blatant plagiarism writ LARGE.

    It's almost word for word taken from a classic sci fi written by the late great Aurthur C Clarke.
    The book was one of the best science fiction books ever written and it was called "Childhoods End". I read it when I was ten years old and STILL have it in my

  2. that does sound like that book and also the v movie series, I linked to the book, in previous comment, if anyone want's to preview it.


    I have another post on the way, in which I want to expand more on these "threats" from space..

  3. All I can say is, if there's going to be a show in the sky, they'd better make it a good un.

    PS - Yes, it sounds like Project Bluebeam to me too....

  4. The aliens come from the beyond, to warn us of the dire consequences of excessive carbon dioxide and then leave us with the only viable solution: Carbon Taxes for the Earthlings. Sounds like they originated from the planet Gore of the Bono Vox galaxy. I wonder if the ex-NORAD officer's next book will be "How We Stood Down - The True Story of How Israel and Their Flunkies Attacked My Country on 9/11"

  5. No . . . next story book will be from the Aliens themselves . . . something like:

    "In the name of peace, you must nuke and destroy all countries that are even thinking of not bowing to us to become utter slaves to our economy and depraved way of life"

    Good catch Silv . . . I remember reading that book a long, long time ago now that you mention it. But these things, like the V reference, like the recent South African movie with those aliens . . . it's not plagiarism.

    It's predictive programming.

    Arthur C Clarke was a part of the illuminati machina, as was Asimov, as was Heinlein. Same as many of the famous writers we all know.

    That's why they are famous.

    And there is a reason this guy's story is being pushed slightly forward, not quite directly in the centre of the public eye, but out there for people looking. And for the ones like us who believe that yes, conspiracies do exist, and in fact dominate the landscape.

    The entirety of the reason for this I am not exactly sure of, but predictive programming is the simplest answer, just like almost all science fiction is predictive programming . . . much of it for new world order (star trek, star wars) or for upcoming events and catastrophes (shows like X Files, superhero movies, etc).

    Aliens may be a no-show for the date, but when they later appear in 2012 . . . we will have been mentally prepared to accept the possibility for it, along with a hundred other planted subconscious propaganda in our non-active memory. And the shape of them, the way they communicate, act, move, look . . . it will all be fairly and vaguely familiar and acceptable. It won't be so utterly shocking as to be put under extreme examination.

    Anyways, I am ranting here . . . heard of this one from the Spaceman (am 640 Sat night broadcast from Toronto) about the book, and I agree with him.

    predictive programming

  6. Arthur C Clarke was a part of the illuminati machina, as was Asimov, as was Heinlein. Same as many of the famous writers we all know.

    That's why they are famous.

    Slozo I have to disagree, Both Asimov and Clarke became famous for their science (the Clarke belt)and became almost house hold words through their writing because as Asimov said that was where the money was.
    Besides they were both excellent
    writers in their particular
    fields. Never cared much for
    Heinlein myself, found his work tedious and to drawn out for my tastes.
    And I can't think of many people who where more publicly outspoken against any form of government and religion than Issac Asimov, as a Jew he could have been worse, Much Worse.

  7. So, the aliens are coming, but they won't talk to us, or communicate in any way. Hmmm... sorta sounds like more fake sky daddy shit to me. As it is it seems many people are almost religeous wrt 'aliens', ah meh, I prefer FSM.

    Mmmm... matey... pasta!

    Oh, and Silv - gotta agree about Heinlein, he's a rambler. Asimov was my intro to sci-fi - loved them all!! My only complaint was not enough strong female characters (dors and bliss aside).


  8. Will Will Smith rescue us again from those nasty aliens?

  9. Asimov (born Osimov) started writing from an early age Silv, and he was a smart cookie as you say - a PHD in biochemistry. But his early writing was dominated by sci-fi.

    In between his schooling, he went into the army . . . it was WWII after all, and he worked as a 'civilian' in the Philadelphia Navy Yard's Naval Air Experimentation centre . . . curious, as he was deathly afraid of flying, FYI.

    He said he wasn't religious at all - didn't believe in a god per se, even with an orthodox jewish upbringing - but he certainly identified himself as jewish. He was first and foremost though a 'humanist', or so he said and he won humanist award for it . . . you know, we are all one people.

    Except he also wanted population control. He thought the popuation should be reduced.
    Same as other humanist award winners.

    He started writing a lot of non-fiction . . . scientific stuff and commentary, during the space race. He also wrote histories on the Greeks, Romans and Egyptians.

    He was a long time supporter of the democratic party, and a staunch supporter of nuclear power, even after three mile island.

    Hi last non-fiction book, coauthored with Pohl, was Our Angry Earth, about global warming and destruction of ozone and environmental crises.

    IMHO, Asimov was recruited by the global elites / US gov't as a propagandist for them.

    And yes, I did enjoy quite a few of his books.

  10. slozo, so asimov was as coopted as Bono from U-2?

    I used to like them, went to see them, but, now I can't listen to that nauseating one world order indoctrinator

  11. Its funny huh...before that happen , im seeing in here so many mockerings...well,today its October14....and yes,yesterday was october 13, and they really showed. In NY city was so many sights of lasted until 1 am of october 14, it began in october13,at 12pm and many people in the streets saw was real ufos for sure, people didnt pay attetion that much cuz the whole world was paying attention to those miners in chile that were being rescued...meanwhile the UFOS was appearing in the skies....THEY REALLY SHOWED TO US. Human race,HAVE TO start of getting use to this...and believing in that,cause we are not alone.