As a child, growing up in New Zealand, I was a regular visitor at the Otago Museum in the city of Dunedin. I vividly recall gazing up in wonder at the carefully reconstructed model of a giant extinct native bird - the mighty moa.
There were nine species of moa (in six genera) with the two largest species Dinornis novaezelandiae and Dinornis robustus reaching as tall as 12 feet, with necks extended, and weighing approximately 500 lbs. Moa were wingless herbivores, their only predator (prior to the arrival of humans) was the Haast’s eagle. Genetic studies have determined that moa were most closely related to South American tinamous, and not the ratite group (containing kiwi, emu, and ostrich among others) as previously presumed.
Sadly, moa were hunted to extinction by the indigenous people, the Maori, presumably sometime between the late 14th century and early 16th century. Without documented records, it's impossible to know exactly when the last of the moa died. However in the 1840s, an artist visiting from Australia claimed to see birds with spurred feet which he described as one meter tall giant kiwis. Is it possible a few moa were still around at that time?
Over the years, there were very occasional sightings of the elusive moa. Bernard Heuvelmans, a cryptozoologist, included a chapter on moa sightings in his book “On the Track of Unknown Animals” in 1958. In the 1960’s Ivan T. Sanderson, zoologist and cryptozoologist, noted a few moa sightings on the South Island of New Zealand.'
One of the most interesting sightings occurred in the Craigieburn Range in January, 1993.
Hotelier Paddy Freaney and two other witnesses, claimed to spot a moa while hiking. Although they were able to describe the bird in great detail, and managed to snap a photograph, the picture is too blurry to be considered good evidence. Freaney and his companions described the bird as 6 feet tall, it was about a meter off the ground with another meter (approximately 3 feet) of neck and a small head. The bird was cloaked in gray and reddish-brown feathers.
Investigations and full-scale searches followed, and even an official government count to be sure all emus known to be in New Zealand were accounted for, but nobody found a live moa!
Some skeptics claimed the animal in the photograph was actually a deer. Rumors circulated that the three hikers had hatched a plot to create a hoax in order to encourage more tourists (and their wallets!) to the region. Bear in mind, Freaney owned a pub! Considerable doubt was cast on their story.
One might conclude it was likely a hoax … or was it? Months later it emerged that two German tourists spotted an enormous bird around the same time as the Freaney sighting, and they recorded the details in the logbook at the hiker’s hut they had stayed in.
Cryptozoologists, Rex and Heather Gilroy, claimed to discover moa footprints in 2008 in the Urewera Ranges of the North Island, and they produced casts as proof. The size of the footprints might suggest that scrub moa (considerably smaller than the giant moa) may still exist.
The mystery remains whether there are any live moa still living in the large and extremely remote forested areas of New Zealand. Although it seems unlikely that giant birds are strolling around in the bush, another New Zealand native bird, the takahē, which was presumed extinct since 1898, was actually rediscovered in 1948 prompting conservation efforts to ensure the survival of the species.
If the moa does still roam the wilds of New Zealand, I suspect the Fiordland National Park in the south-western corner of the South Island might be the best place to look for them. Fiordland is a huge area which contains several fjords (hence the name!), three of the deepest lakes in New Zealand, alps, valleys and dense forests, in other words plenty of places to hide. Fiordland has never had a permanent population, so even if a colony of huge birds lived there, odds are slim that anybody would cross paths with them.
The search for evidence continues. Perhaps one day a lucky hiker will capture clear footage on a gopro camera? One can only hope.
In conspiracy theory we deal with a great many arcane and subversive topics from vast government conspiracies to hidden agendas, aliens to cryptids, and about everything in between. Many times these subjects are subversive by nature and are never able to reach a mass population due to the arcane and paranoid nature of the topics. This is a problem which will always be true, and for those of us heavily invested in the research we will always dwell in the dark corners of the populace seek out tantalizing snippets of information, following dead end leads, and speaking with shadowy characters. The shadowy characters though are probably reserved for the more adventitious amongst the theorists but we have all had our run ins. For myself I have had two such run ins.
The first occurred on a sunny Saturday morning while I was still in college. Being generally paranoid my phone number, a land line funny enough, was unlisted. I was asleep, my wife by my side, when the phone rang at precisely 0800. A struggled to awareness and answered the phone. Hello I said very groggily, and a voice on the other end asked if I was Olav Phillips. I responded yes and he asked if I had ever seen a UFO, I responded that I had when I was young (one of several sightings I have had in my life) and he said he was in possession of information about UFOs and asked if I wanted to see another one. Coming into semi consciousness from a deep sleep I responded sure of course I would. He responded that they were testing something very interesting at an Air Force base near where I lived and he could take me to see them because he knew the schedule and a good spot. I replied sure lets do it (I was 20 at the time and a little more carefree shall we say). He said he would call me back, he never did. My wife turned and asked who had called to which I responded some guy called about UFOs and she sat up in bed and got very nervous. How did he get our unlisted number? I have no idea.... For a long time after that, in the pre-digital phone age, I would hear clicking on my phone. I should also add the whole interaction was around 4 minutes, about 1 minute less then is required to trace the call.
It was years later I saw that same scenario played out on the pilot episode of the X-Files. It sent shivers down my spine.
When that phone call took place interest in UFOs was taboo and was generally seen as a source ridicule but that has changed now. But what changed? Well that started a long time ago...and it was aided by television. Shows presenting paranormal themes have had a eye opening effect on the mass populace and led to acceptance. In the 1970's it was Kolchak the Night Stalker, where each week Darren McGavin would investigate supernatural only to be cheated of his proof at the last minute. I have also come across a Barney Miller which discussed the New World Order in very clear terms. Let us also not forget Project UFO where cases out of Project Bluebook were acted out, with some creative license, each week. Project UFO was particularly interesting because it was produced by Jack Webb who was very famous for his portrayal of gritty nonsense policemen and Col. William Coleman who was the Public Information Officer for Bluebook and finally In Search Of with Leonard Nimoy.
All these shows and episodes existed decades before the X-Files or Dark Skies and all of them served to mentally prepare us for general acceptance of UFO's but not the Adamski space brothers, instead they prepared us for a more nefarious Ufology. A Ufology of conspiracy and intrigue.
In more modern times we have had Dark Skies and the X-Files, later we even had Rubicon a interesting AMC show about a cabal manipulating world events for profit. The creator, the son of a CIA field operative.
Now many argue that these shows were part of a larger agenda to prepare us for Disclosure, and in some cases that very well may have been. Shows like Kolchak and Project UFO came about because the producers had an interest in the topic but the X-Files may be part of the Mass Acceptance Agenda. So where does that leave Dark Skies?
Dark Skies was an interesting show based on the Majestic 12 mythos, a hotly contested mythos amongst the Ufology community I might add. Dark Skies sought to connect conspiracy dots with an underlying storyline very reminiscent of the Invaders and was interesting because its mythos was built on something well known within the UFO subculture. For that part it was one of the more important and underrated shows of this collection. I think in a lot of ways it was obscured by the easiness of the X-Files. The X-files seemed to be purpose buitl for mass consumption where Dark Skies was more brooding and tracked the slow deconstruction of the protagonist John Loengard. It should also be pointed out that Bryce Zabel has maintained that the root of the story was given to him by the actual John Loengard who contacted him and his fellow creator and that factor alone makes the show very interesting to watch especially now years later.
I have never been privy to the exact nature of what "John Loengard" told them beyond a letter which they made available but it would seem that the story was a mixture of popular Majestic 12 theories mixed with conspiracy with a undertone of whatever "Loengard" told them and it was interesting but unfortunately cut short just as it was finding its footing as all shows do. The show was eolving and getting better but just like Rubicon it was cancelled just as it started getting really good.
I have to admit I am a fan of the X-Files, especially the Lone Gunman which caters to my inner geek, and the power Chris Carter had in delivering a vast conspiracy each episode but at the same time there was something much more human about Dark Skies. The deconstruction of the Loengard character was at times heart wrenching and made for a very entertaining experience. It also served to present a more tangible and believable plot at times since that plot was rooted in something "real" or at least debated.
Fast forward to the now and the news that the X-Files has been rebooted and will soon again grace our airwaves, timing which is interesting because it also coincides with the reemergence of Art Bell who stared in an episode of Dark Skies. Is that reboot part of the Mass Acceptance Agenda? I was suggest it most likely is and Chris Carter and team will be devising a plot line to take us in a new direction of cigerette smoking men and black oils. But now a question...
In the years after Dark Skies, Bryce Zable has committed himself to a interesting path. He co-authored a book with UFO Historian Richard Dolan on disclosure, books about what if JFK had not died and has more then a few times come on shows like Ground Zero and Coast to Coast to discuss UFO topics. Maybe that's a very good sign. Maybe we need a reboot of Dark Skies? Because at its root Dark Skies is an altogether different show. Many times the X-Files has been accused of being the lead of the Mass Acceptance Agenda, so maybe we should also have a counterpoint which is a show stepped in the actual mythos. Leave behind the some of the more dubious connections and present a show based on the mythos as it actually exists.
Think of it for a moment and just let your mind wander. A show which was was willing to go down into the darker recesses of Ufology and Conspiracy Theory to explore things like The Secret Space Program, Dulce, The Aviary, abductions, milab, crop circles, cattle mutilations, Project Pegasus, John Titor and everything adorning the walls of my library here at the Conspiracy Cabana. A show involving researchers of the day set in the modern time to discuss the coverup and explore it dramatically much in the way Webb and Coleman presented Bluebook. A show based on reality not fantasy.
For years I have told people Dark Skies, and yes I am a fan, was a decade or more ahead of its time. Maybe its time for it to come back and run parallel to the X-Files. Don't get me wrong, I am and X-Files fan but at the same time I think we also need something more rooted in "reality" at least as we understand it through our research. I think that the time for that kind of fiction based on fact has come. The truth is wholesale more dark and foreboding then fiction...
Bryce Zabel is, and has been, working on rebooting Dark Skies and I think we need to support that as people who are truly interested in the subject. If you share my belief then check out his Facebook page @ https://www.facebook.com/darkskiesufo. Please make sure you like his page! Lets get behind him and support a researcher make a factual dramatic show...and who knows maybe Art Bell will be on again! I really think this is important!
With the recent ballyhoo about the "Roswell Slides" I thought it might be interesting to revisit something similar which to my knowledge has never been fully explained, debunked or really explored to this day. The whole incident occurred back in 1988 when Seligman Productions was preparing a 2hr UFO special called "UFO Cover-Up Live" hosted by none other then Mike Farrel of M.A.S.H fame.
The broadcast was a very interesting moment for several reasons, not the least of which was the global television revealing of a shocking series of computer generated models, but more on that later. So one of the interesting things about this broadcast was the use of two "whistle blowers" named "Condor" and "Falcon" who were said to be revealing some very important information including eventually the Majestic 12 documents. Condor and Falcon were part of a larger group called "The Aviary" who also included Bill Moore who later revealed that he had been a disinformation agent recruited by Falcon (Sgt. Richard Doty USAF) and Condor (Capt. Robert Collins USAF) and also participated in the death of Paul Bennewitz.
During the broadcast of UFO Coverup Live a series of explosive images were revealed which purported to be of a "Grey" alien. The computer models were provided by Curtis Brubaker who claimed to have placed a logo onto the graphics but later claimed he had received them from a high level source at Wright Paterson's Foreign Technology Division
Some interesting things to note:
At the time of their creation the images were tagged "FTD-WP" or Foreign Technology Division - Wright Paterson. This was the group at Wright Paterson which was involved in back engineering and investigations of non-United States technology such as alien technology.
The date of the models is given at 10/01-66 which I would assume is 10/1/1966. This is important because the capability to generate this kind of graphic was rare in 1988 let alone impossible in 1966, or was it?
There is a second identification on some of the graphics "FTD-SYD" which appears to be the unit under the Foreign Technology Division responsible for the models. It has been reported that "SYD" was under what was referred to as the "Technology and Sub Systems Directorate."
As someone who is actively involved in conspiracy research I try very hard to put forth information which is well founded and researchable. I have long held the belief that you should not trust me, you should see what I write and do the research to come to your own conclusions. Like many researchers I can and do make mistakes. This, however, is not the prevailing view amongst conspiracy researchers who seek to spoon feed answers to the public. The interesting thing is where those answers come from, and you might be surprised, well shocked is probably the better word.
Each day, as a researcher, I hit up a lot of different news sites and try to get the gist of the days headlines. I seek out both mainstream and alternative news to try to find nuggets of information because lets face it - this is the conspiracy world and sometimes a nugget is the best thing you have. Many times I see very provocative titles about wars, rumors of wars and lots of other dribble which has very little basis for reality but one thing is always for certain - I see RT and Veterans Today cited extensively. So awhile back I decided to do a little research, I am a researcher right, to figure out who is behind these media sources. I discovered, to my surprise that RT/Russia Today is a Kremlin funded propaganda machine and that Veterans Today's Editor Gordon Duff is featured extensively on the Iranian funded propaganda machine PressTV as a analyst. Having discovered this I told a few friends about what I found and put it in the back of my mind in the "don't trust this" folder.
Recently I learned that political renegade and liberatarian poster child Jesse Ventura was going to join RT / Russia Today and to have a deep hard hitting political show. Interesting I thought, and frankly a slam to his credibility in my mind. The truth be told I enjoy Ventura and I think he has done a lot for exposing the alternate governmental structures and conspiracies which seem to flourish in today's world. As Governor of Minnesota I think he did some things really well and made a huge difference, but RT? What is he thinking? I've been asking myself that very question since I learned of this and I figured I should explore some of the information which is available about Russia Today in hopes someone will pass along this information to Governor Ventura and maybe, just maybe, he will rethink this. I also wanted to share this information in hopes that people will really take a long hard look at RT and Veterans Today as news sources.
What I am NOT saying is that Gordon Duff or Jesse Ventura are shills to these propaganda machines. I suspect they are well intentioned individuals who are taking advantage of opportunities they feel will spread their messages, both good and bad. That being said I think their association with these news sources does hurt their credibility, and I think that's a fair assessment.
So who is Russia Today really?
Russia Today was founded by RIA Novosti, the state owned news agency of Russia, in 2005. RT also shared space with RIA Novosti though it maintains a separate operational environment. In 2012 RT moved to a new state of the art broadcast facility which was subsidized by the Russian government and in 2013 Vladamir Putin issued a presidential decree dissolving RIA Novosti and formed a new information agency called Rossiya Segodnya or translated Russia Today. RT was very quick to point out that Rossiya Segodnya was a seperate entity, but as of Dec. 31st 2013 Margarita Simonyan, the Editor and Chief of RT News, was appointed as Editor and Chief of Rossiya Segodyna which she holds along with her day to day responsibilities with RT effectively giving Simonyan editorial control over both operations at once.
At its founding RT received a total of $30m from RIA Novosti along with additional funds which have been traced back to banks and companies who are supporters of Putin. From that point the RT annual budget has grown to over $300m and has been protected by order of Vladamir Putin. You can see more about that here.
According to Russian media, the Kremlin funds RT to the tune of about $300-million annually, and Putin last year personally forbade the government to slash its funding.
In the UK, OFSCOM which is the standard and practices entity has investigated RT to determine if the news they are presenting is unbiased and factual. Apparently OFSCOM has investigated RT no less then six times.
According to the OFSCOM spokesman
Ofcom has launched an investigation into whether this programme about the situation in Ukraine, which included anti-western comments, was duly impartial.
What I really found disturbing was a section of a Buzzfeed article about RT:
Soon after joining the network, the current and former employees said, they realized they were not covering news, but producing Russian propaganda. Some employees go in clear-eyed, looking for the experience above all else. Others don’t realize what RT really wants until they’re already there. Still others are chosen for already having displayed views amenable to the Kremlin. Anti-American language is injected into TV scripts by editors, and stories that don’t toe the editorial line regularly get killed.
This is consistent with other statements made by former reporters who left RT. Many cited strict editorial control and the silencing of alternate viewpoints as primary motivations for their departure.
That being said it seems to me that these constant RT generated headlines about conspiracies, UFOs, and the decline of the west are being very carefully crafted and frankly having the desired result but should we trust them? Probably not at this point and after researching it and trying to make sense of it I really need to question what Ventura is thinking because his association with such an organization would be counter to his beliefs, at leas the ones I am aware of. But don't believe me, do the research. To that end I am providing a list of just a few articles about RT at the end of this article.
So who is PressTV?
Another popular information source appears to be PressTV and one of their self styled analysts Gordon Duff (Editor of Veterans Today). Duff, who is a controversial figure, is also a go to source for conspiracy headlines so lets explore who he is a Analyst for.
PressTV was founded in 2007 and is a division of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting or IRIB. IRIB is independent of the Iranian government butit has been reported they hold a strong loyalty to the current conservative political group as well as the Revolutionary Guard. (More details are here at the bottom of the article). It is also important to point out that the head of IRIB is appointed by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei directly and that IRIB/PressTV is the only legal news source in Iran. PressTV has also been the source of a fair amount of controversy, the claims of which are too numerous to place in this article so I would suggest you check out this article for more information.
So how does Gordon Duff play into this? Well from time to time Gordon Duff functions as an official analyst for their broadcasts and speaks authoritatively on military subjects, politics and a whole host of other subjects. He is seen or at least presented as PressTV's commentator on these subjects. A case in point is an article on Veterans Today called "Armageddon watch over Syria" which is by "Gordon Duff and Press TV." What's particularly interesting about that article is that you have a article co-written by PressTV (an Iranian propaganda machines) which has the American flag in its background. The juxtaposition Americanism with Iranian propaganda is fascinating and very intentional but what is more interesting is the fact that Duff and others from Veterans Today participated, in Syria, at a counterterrorism conference sponsored by PressTV - you can read the article here.
The coverage by Veterans Today was also interesting:
Since we have no budget to be corporate raiders to buy out the Murdoch media empires of the world, we have to focus on the tools that we do have. The main ones included the alternative media where we have made great gains. Press TV has been clawing its way back out of the sanctions rabbit hole, and Veterans Today has seen a huge growth in its radio audience over the last few months, with 5 million viewers a week now.
This excerpt seemed to place Veterans Today solidly in cohoots with PressTV. It is also important to point out that the sanctions which are referenced were due to state sponsored terrorism charges and the outright falsifications of news reports.
Perhaps the most stunning revelation about Veterans Today and Gordin Duff was his own admission that at least 30% of what is published by Veterans Today and 40% of what Gordon Duff writes is false. Don't believe me? Too shocking for words? Listen to Gordon Duff and his own words...
So what are we to do? RESEARCH! No one out there has the full truth and as a person who is interested in the subject you need to find it yourself. Do the research and come to your own conclusions. Don't let these subjects be spoonfed to you because you can't always trust the person holding the spoon. But one thing is certain - I would not trust RT, Veterans Today or Gordon Duff. That's just my opinion.
So what is the Process Church, or the The Process Church of the Final Judgement? Originally founded in the 1960's in London, the Process Church was a splinter group of the Scientology movement founded by Mary Anne and Robert DeGromston. Although they were a splinter of Scientology the group was later classified as "suppressive persons" by L. Ron Hubbard in 1965. In 1966 the group moved to Xtul in the Yucatan where they developed the "Processing Theology." A theology were they worshiped by Christ and Satan believing both entities would eventually come together to judge the world and eventually execute final judgement.
The church has also been linked to CIA mind control experiments as well as general mind control activities and has a very interesting roster of members including Charles Manson, David Berkovitz (The Son of Sam), and several other notorious members. All of whom, it has been claimed, are mind control victums.
Vincent Bugliosi, the prosecutor during the Charles Manson family trial, stated in "Helter Skelter" that Manson appeared to used much of the philosophy from the Process Church in his beliefs. This is further supported by the fact that representatives of the Church visited him in jail after his arrest. According to those representatives, the purpose of the visit was to discover if Manson had any contact with the Church or received any literature about the Church. The group published an extensive article about Manson and their jail visit in the The Process magazine's special "Death" issue.
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Mary Tyler Moore?
It is unclear if Mary Tyler Moore was actually a member but a recently unearthed photo shows her in firm possession, and flaunting, a copy of the Process Magazine while visiting Merry Old England. If so she would not be the first Hollywood star to be attracted to such and organization. Jane Mansfield was known to have been an associate of Anton LeVay and there are many photos of them together. The late entertainer Sammy David Jr. was also a member of LeVay's organization and in a letter to Dr. Michael Aquino, Davis accepted membership 3/17/73 and was formally admitted 4/13/73.
Mary Tyler Moore is one of the most beloved actresses of her generation, and while possessing a copy of The Process does not mean she was a member, posing with it does makes a statement. What this does mean is that she was aware of the organization and had taken the time to at least read the magazine which would be filled with Process Theology. The issue it's self, called the "The Sex Issue" dealt apparently with "Sex: Lucifer, Satan, Jehovah and the Grey Forces. Three Paths and a Quagmire" which dealt with sex in connotation of its relationship to the Process Churches three gods.
While there is no evidence Mary Tyler Moore ever did join the cult, it is again an interesting side note to history to be seen and pose with their magazine. Makes you wonder...
The term "processean theology" distinguishes these ideas from the process theology derived from the thoughts of Alfred North Whitehead.
In Xtul was the first "channeling" of God. After Xtul, Jehovah was the only recognized God. Later, with Jehovah, Lucifer and Satan were recognized as "The Three Great Gods of the Universe" and Christ as the Emissary to the Gods. The Three Great Gods represent three basic human patterns of reality:
Jehovah, the wrathful God of vengeance and retribution, demands discipline, courage and ruthlessness, and a single-minded dedication to duty, purity and self-denial.
Lucifer, the Light Bearer, urges followers to enjoy life to the full, to value success in human terms, to be gentle and kind and loving, and to live in peace and harmony with one another. Man's apparent inability to value success without descending into greed, jealousy and an exaggerated sense of his own importance, has brought the God Lucifer into disrepute. He has become mistakenly identified with Satan.
Satan, the receiver of transcendent souls and corrupted bodies, instills in followers two directly opposite qualities; at one end an urge to rise above all human and physical needs and appetites, to become all soul and no body, all spirit and no mind, and at the other end a desire to sink beneath all human codes of behavior, and to wallow in a morass of violence, lunacy and excessive physical indulgence. But it is the lower end of Satan's nature that men fear, which is why Satan, by whatever name, is seen as the Adversary.
In between these Three Great Gods and man, is an entire hierarchy of Gods, beings and superbeings, angels and archangels, demons and archdemons, elementals and guides, and fallen angels and watchers.
The Process believes that, to varying degrees, these "God-patterns" exist within everyone. The main doctrine of The Process is the unity of Christ and Satan, who exist as opposites. Jehovah and Lucifer exist as opposites and when Christ and Satan are united, this will unite Jehovah and Lucifer.
In the original 1960s literature of the church, Christ, Lucifer, Satan and Jehovah were all arranged on a mandala, with Christ at the top opposite Satan on the bottom and Jehovah on the left opposite Lucifer on the right.
(The descriptions of the Gods comes from a teaching called 'The Hierarchy' published in December 1967, as a part of 'The Tide of the End'.)
There has recently been a lot of buzz which has emerged about a interesting object found in a SOHO image from the LASCO C3 camera which has been making the rounds as a new UFO sighting and in some circles even being blamed for the destruction of a US Air Force weather satellite. While the object is very interesting and does present some fascinating implications it appears to be more likely some sort of space platform in use by the ever present "Secret Space Program."
So what's the deal? In a March 1st image off the SOHO satellite you can clearly see this object fairly well illuminated sitting within the field of the camera. At first glance it actually bears a striking resemblance to the DRAX Industries space station seen in the film Moonraker. The general design of the object has lead me to think it might be a space platform of some sort, in fact its design is erely similar to an early USAF / NASA design for the Multimodule Operational National Multipurpose Space Station which was port forth in the early 1960's.
MOONRAKER DRAX SPACE STATION
USAF/NASA CONCPET - 1960
Based on its general design it would appear to be a platform with multiple solar panels and modules, most likely very human in design. But its design is not what is truly perplexing. What is more interesting about this object is that it can only be found using the LASCO C3 camera. The LASCO C2 camera does not seem to display the object.
LASCO C3 IMAGE WITH OBJECT
LASCO C2 IMAGE WITH NO OBJECT
So why would that be? To understand that we need to look at the LASCO C3 vs. the LASCO C2 cameras. According to SpaceWeather.com the main difference is field of view:
LASCO (Large Angle Spectrometric Coronagraph) is able to take images of the solar corona by blocking the light coming directly from the Sun with an occulter disk, creating an artificial eclipse within the instrument itself. The position of the solar disk is indicated in the images by the white circle. The most prominent feature of the corona are usually the coronal streamers, those nearly radial bands that can be seen both in C2 and C3. Occasionally, a coronal mass ejection can be seen being expelled away from the Sun and crossing the fields of view of both coronagraphs. The shadow crossing from the lower left corner to the center of the image is the support for the occulter disk.
C2 images show the inner solar corona up to 8.4 million kilometers (5.25 million miles) away from the Sun.
C3 images have a larger field of view: They encompass 32 diameters of the Sun. To put this in perspective, the diameter of the images is 45 million kilometers (about 30 million miles) at the distance of the Sun, or half of the diameter of the orbit of Mercury. Many bright stars can be seen behind the Sun.
This could indicate the object, which is a dead ringer for the 1960's Multimodule Operational National Multipurpose Space Station, could have been out of the field of view of the C2 camera. It could also indicate that there is some sort of "cloaking" device which was defeated by the C3 camera for some reason. The objective fields of view of the camera's so different it would most likely appear the object is much further out from the Sun.
So is the object alien? Most likely it is not. Many sites are reporting this object as being a UFO, which in some ways it is since we cannot readily identify it, but due to its composition and overall design it feels very human. I can't tell you why it is there or what it is doing but its design is human. I know its very easy to jump on the bandwagon and claim this is a alien object. Frankly that's the easier answer, if its not then we have a lot of figuring out to do...
What's also interesting is that more and more of these objects are being found, which would indicate the "Secret Space Program" is very far along and our solar system is dotting with platforms and ships making the rounds. In human terms, this is what we should expect. If the "Secret Space Program" is indeed out there, which I have argued time and time again, then we should be finding ore of these and honestly we are. Everyday, at an accelerating rate, we are finding more mysterious and obviously human objects which we were not told about. It also seems to me to indicate that they are growing and preparing for something.
The information provided in this four hour lecture is from Dr. Lawrence Dunegan, a pediatrician, who was invited to attend a lecture by the prominent doctor Richard Day M.D. in 1969. According to Dunegan, before the lecture started Dr. Day told the room of about 80-90 doctors all about a series of changes they would witness in their lifetime. The changes were being by “The Order” as he called it or you might speculate he was speaking what we now know it now as the New World Order or Illuminati. Dr Day also told the doctors that he was free to speak at this time because everything was in place and nobody could stop them now that the project was underway.
Recording devices were not allowed in the room and taking notes of the lecture was prohibited. Fortunately, Dr. Dunegan had a near photographic memory and was able to produce notes after he got home from the lecture. Those notes stayed in his desk for more then 20 years until he pulled them out and decided to make audio tapes of the information in 1989. Was it a coincidence that Dr. Day died the same year that Dr. Dunegan began distributing this information on audio tapes in 1989? Seems very coincidental.
After the lecture was completed, Dr. Day gave the doctors a hypnotic suggestion to the entire room to forget everything they heard, but be ready for the coming changes. According to Dr. Dunegan, after the lecture when he asked some of his friends that were in the room what they thought of the lecture none of them could tell them what it was about!