Wizards Of Odd And The Alien Mask Of Evil

Excerpt From The Book. . .Round Trip To Hell In A Flying Saucer: UFO Parasites – Alien “Soul Suckers” – Invaders From Demonic Realms by Timothy Green Beckley and Sean Casteel. c Copyright 2011 by Tim Beckley All Rights Reserved, ISBN 978-1-60611-091-1
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By Sean Casteel

          In the modern UFO era, dating back to around 1947, when both Kenneth Arnold’s famous sighting of flying saucers and the even more famous Roswell incident took place, many UFO researchers have looked past the veil of more recent times to place the phenomenon firmly in the context of history, dating it back to man’s most ancient beginnings. UFOs and their alien occupants are nothing new, say these researchers and authors, and may represent simply a more technological guise for entities long regarded as evil spirits or demons.


          John Lear, retired airline captain with over 19000 hours of flight time, has flown in over 100 different types of planes and holds almost every imaginable award in the test flight industry. He believes the grey aliens are here to capture our souls.

John Lear is the son of the inventor of the Lear Jet, William P.  Lear. John Lear is also an experienced pilot with many thousands of hours of flight time as well as having an alleged background of CIA contacts gathered from flying missions he carried out for the agency. 

          According to Lear, the first contact between aliens and our government took place in 1964, and a formal treaty was negotiated around 1969-71. The treaty involved an exchange of superior alien technology in return for our government’s cooperation in covering up alien “research” on this planet, which included the famous cattle mutilations and human abductions. Lear also says that the aliens and our government operate a joint research facility at the notorious Area 51 in Nevada. Lear helped to pioneer the Dark Side faction of the UFO community and, while he has his share of detractors, he has never been proven wrong for believing something evil is afoot that has long ago snared our government into helpless cooperation.


Lear is quite forthrightly outspoken on the negative aspects of the UFO phenomenon. For instance, his take on the gray aliens is certainly on the sinister side of the table.

          “The purpose of the grays,” Lear said in an online UFO forum, “is to take care of the containers – us. We are containers of souls. When a soul is made, it lasts forever and ever. It never dies until it is beyond salvation. This is very rare. The future is already written and the date of your death is already determined. If you are in an accident or life-threatening situation, the grays secretly step in and save you.”

          Presumably to keep things on schedule so that one is there to meet one’s moment of death at the correct predetermined time. Their interest in our souls, however, is a predatory one, driven by hunger. The grays suck the souls out whole, in order to feed on the energy of the misery the grays themselves cause, like a vampire’s thirst for blood. Most likely the grays are doomed to suffer their hunger in eternity and can never get their fill of human torture.


          As if the nature of the grays wasn’t bad enough, they’re also working alongside our own government! This is one of Lear’s major themes, that our government entered into an agreement with various alien life forms and was played for a sucker big time.

< p>          In his role as a researcher, Lear maintains a lively correspondence with many other researchers. The following case histories were reported to Lear by an investigator named Bill English, who claimed he got the information in 1977 when he was allowed to read a Top Secret document called PROJECT GRUDGE/BLUE BOOK REPORT NUMBER 13.


          One of the reports was called “Darlington Farm Case,” out of Ohio, and the incident took place in October 1953.

          “A man, wife and 13-year-old son were sitting down at the dinner table. As they sat there, the lights in the farmhouse began to dim. Dogs and animals raised a ruckus outside. The 13-year-old boy got up from the dinner table to see what was going on. He called his mother and father to come look at the funny lights in the sky.”

           They saw a round ball of fire in the sky, and the boy began chasing it out into an open field. As the parents watched, the light came down from the sky and the boy began to scream for help. The father fetched his shotgun and returned to see that his son was being carried away by what looked like little men. The father fired several rounds at the light, but to no avail. They found one of their dogs with its head crushed, but no sign of the boy and no footprints left behind by the little men.

          The police were called but the official report read that the boy had run off and become lost in the forest. Within 48 hours, the Air Force determined that the family had experienced a true close encounter and forced the parents to relocate to a secret installation somewhere in the northwest part of the U.S. which had medical treatment facilities to deal with radiation poisoning and similar ailments. 

          Both the parents were in shock and required intensive psychotherapy.


          Another similar report indicates that the government is aware of incidents of human mutilation within their own ranks. An Air Force Sgt. named Jonathan P. Lovette was observed being taken captive aboard what appeared to be a UFO at the White Sands Missile Test Range in New Mexico. The incident took place in March of 1956 and was witnessed by Major William Cunningham. The two were out in a field downrange from the launch sites looking for debris from a missile test when Lovette went over the ridge of a small sand dune and was out of sight for a time.

          Cunningham heard Sgt. Lovette scream in what he described as “terror or agony.” The major ran over the crest of the dune and saw the sergeant being dragged into what appeared to him to be a silvery disc-like object that hovered in the air at a height of 15 to 20 feet. A long, snake-like object was wrapped around the sergeant’s legs, dragging him into the disc, after which the disc rose quickly into the sky.

          Search parties were sent out into the field. After telling his story,   Major Cunningham was admitted to the White Sands Medical Dispensary for observation. After three days of searching, Sgt. Lovette’s nude body was found approximately 10 miles downrange. His body had been mutilated; the tongue had been removed from the lower portion of his jaw. An incision had been made just under the tip of the chin that extended all the way back to his esophagus and larynx. He had been emasculated and his eyes had been removed. Also, his anus had been removed and there were comments in the report about the apparent surgical skill used in removing the various organs and tissues. When the body was found, there were a number of dead predatory birds in the area, apparently killed when they tried to feed on Lovette’s body.

          Lear groups cases like the disappearing 13-year-old farm boy and the mutilated Air Force Sergeant under the heading “The Horrible Truth.”

          “The best advice I can give you is,” Lear said, “the next time you see a flying saucer and are awed by its obvious display of technology and gorgeous lights of pure color: RUN LIKE HELL!”


French actor Francois Truffaut portrayed Dr Jacques Vallee in
Close Encounters of the Third Kind

          Jacques Vallee is a world famous researcher who is respected not only by UFO believers but also by those outside the field for his high quality scholarship and rigorous scientific dedication. Vallee was the model for the character of “Lacombe,” from the Steven Spielberg movie “Close Encounters of the Third Kind.” He received training as an astrophysicist and holds a Ph.D. in computer science from Northwestern University in Chicago. He is the author of some of the best books ever written on the subject of UFOs, including “Anatomy of a Phenomenon” (1966), “Challenge to Science” (1967) and “Passport to Magonia,” (1970), the latter universally considered to be a classic. The book dealt with the relationship between UFO contact and the folktales of fairy lore and the Little People.   

          Vallee’s research led him to concentrate on the sinister aspects of unexplained phenomena, which he expounded on in his 1979 book “Messengers of Deception.” He would go on to write “Dimensions” (1988), “Confrontations” (1990) and “Revelations” (1991). His most recent book is called “Wonders In The Sky” (2009) and deals with ancient UFO sightings.  


          In an interview conducted by Daniel Blair Stewart, and published online as “Strange Encounters: An Interview With Jacques Vallee,” Vallee says that too many UFO researchers try to sweep the paranormal aspects of the phenomenon under the proverbial rug.

          “That is due in part,” Vallee said, “to the fact that witnesses tell you such things only after you have gained their trust. But very often they are a challenge to the beliefs or the worldview of the investigators. They may not be ready to hear it or they may not publish it because they think it would damage their credibility. And since they are in the business of giving credibility to the subject, they don’t want to reveal the paranormal aspects of it. Every UFO sighting has some elements that are shocking to the ‘rational’ view, the nuts-and-bolts picture that these are simply spacecraft from outer space.”

          In the last few decades, Vallee continued, “We’ve learned a lot of new things about this phenomenon that contradicts the idea that it is extraterrestrial. It is not a recent phenomenon. It is a phenomenon that has existed, as far as we can tell, throughout history in one form or another. So this certainly invalidates the idea that we’re dealing with a civilization that has just discovered us and is coming here now. UFOs seem to have been a part of our environment for a very long time, perhaps as long as man has existed.”         


          Vallee went on to recount a journey he had made to Brazil in which there seemed to be evidence of UFO hostility.

          “Objects would literally zap people,” he said, “with beams. In several cases, it seemed that it killed them. It certainly injured them. We couldn’t really prove a direct cause-and-effect relationship in the cases of death, but there was a cause-and-effect relationship in the cases of the injuries. People were, in fact, injured by those beams.

          “The phenomenon doesn’t seem to care at all,” Vallee continued, “whether it’s perceived as good or bad. In fact, it may be beyond the level at which humans would define good and evil.”

          Whatever the phenomenon is, however, Vallee believes it extends to every culture, every race, every religion on Earth.

          “I really have not found a single place that doesn’t have a tradition about this phenomenon,” he said.         


But the phenomenon does tally up more points on the sinister side in Vallee’s view, in spite of those who believe we’re dealing with something positive and benevolent. 

          “I can understand,” Vallee said, “why the expectation has grown that this could be helpful and benevolent. It’s a very complex, unexplained phenomenon and we always tend to project our own human fantasies into every such thing that comes along. It would be nice if somebody came down from the sky and told us how to stop wars and how to cure cancer. Unfortunately, the phenomenon itself, when you look at it objectively, doesn’t seem to care about us at all. It seems to be benevolent in some cases and hostile or at least harmful in other cases.

          “Notice that we could say the same about electricity. We couldn’t live without electricity, but if you put your fingers in a socket it could kill you. That doesn’t mean the utility company is hostile to you, it just means that there’s a very powerful force out there and it doesn’t care if it kills you or not. Electricity doesn’t give a damn one way or the other, and I think that, to some extent, the UFO phenomenon is the same way. It does whatever it has to do according to a pattern we haven’t detected. When people get in the way, they get zapped.”

          Vallee did concede that sometimes there is a long-term psychological change that manifests in witnesses to Close Encounters, a change that can be for the better or the worse.

          “You occasionally meet people,” he said, “who seem very enlightened, who have a very positive attitude toward life, who think they have psychic abilities, and when you ask them when they first became aware of this, they will trace it to a time when they saw a UFO. Some witnesses have actually described being healed as they were caught in the beam from a UFO.

          “There are also numerous cases in which the reverse happens. People are confronted with a UFO and their whole life changes for the worse. When they tell their story, the local people don’t believe them. They are ostracized, they get fired from their jobs, their wives leave them, they go through a tailspin, they sometimes end up as bums.”

          Vallee explained that the tailspin outcome happened to several American law enforcement people in the 1960s and 70s.

          “The phenomenon tends to happen,” he said, “away from towns, between say, one and four in the morning. Who is going to be away from a town between one and four in the morning but the highway patrol! So very often, in places like Nebraska, North Dakota, Minnesota, there are cases of Close Encounters at night involving highway patrolmen. In numerous cases, their lives were destroyed or broken; they had to leave the force because people wouldn’t respect them anymore. They were suspected of seeing things, maybe of drinking.”  

          Elsewhere on the Internet, Vallee is quoted as saying in more blatant terms, “I believe there is a machinery of mass manipulation behind the UFO phenomenon. They are helping create a new belief system. They are designed to help change belief systems, and the technology we observe is only the incidental support for a worldwide enterprise of subliminal seduction. What we see here is not an alien invasion. It is a control system which acts on humans and uses humans. Human beings are under the control of a strange force that bends them in absurd ways, forcing them to play a role in a bizarre game of deception.”


          “I think UFOs are a special case,” Vallee added, “that forces us to question what we call reality. In Close Encounter cases, there is a point at which the witness seems to enter a different reality. There is an English researcher named Jenny Randles who calls this ‘the Oz factor.’ There is a point where all of a sudden reality has split and the reality of the observer has been replaced by another reality. If we could measure that, if we could instrument the witness, we might be able to learn about what we call physical reality. But that also raises the question: how do we know that this reality is the real one? How would we prove that it’s the real one? This reality is merely a human consensus.”

          The Oz factor has alternately been explained as the sudden heightening of the senses that happens to a UFO witness during the encounter experience. It is comparable to Dorothy, in the movie “The Wizard of Oz,” moving from the black and white landscape of her native Kansas to the full color world of Oz. But again, as Vallee asks, how do we know which reality is real?

          “One of the opportunities that the UFO phenomenon is giving us is to look at reality in a much larger context,” Vallee said. “Whatever UFOs turn out to be, the opportunity is here. Simply by stretching our minds and forcing us to look at the universe in other ways.”         



          The late John Keel (Mothman Prophecies) bestows the prestigious Falling Frog Award
on Timothy Green Beckley. This solomn ceremony took place at a meeting of the New York
Fortean Society.

          The late John Keel was one of the most revered of UFO and paranormal researchers. In 1975, he published “The Mothman Prophecies,” an account of his 1966-67 investigation of sightings of the Mothman, a strange winged creature reported in and around Point Pleasant, West Virginia. The book was loosely adapted into a 2002 movie, starring Richard Gere and Alan Bates, who played two parts of Keel’s personality in his search for the evil Mothman. Keel published several books with dealing with UFOs and the paranormal, to include the abominable snowman. Keel’s second book, “UFOs: Operation Trojan Horse” (1970) dealt with the fact that many UFO reports often paralleled certain ancient folklore as well as historical humanoid and religious encounters. Keel died in 2009 at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan, a city he escaped to when he was still a teenager, having been raised upstate and looking to broaden his life’s horizons.  


          Keel told UFO researcher George Filer that Keel considered himself not a Ufologist but a demonologist instead.

          “I do not feel that the aliens are from other planets,” Keel said, “but I believe we are dealing with the Devil, fallen angels and his demons. These evil spirits have been with us as long as recorded history and use deception, trickery, stunts, etc., to make us think they are alien.”

          Keel went on to tell Filer that he felt fairies, mystery airships, phantom aircraft, mystery helicopters, creatures, poltergeists, balls of light, and UFOs are all a cover for the real phenomenon to hide their evil operations. In “Our Haunted Planet” (1971), he explains that they are not visitors to Earth but are disdainful and hostile toward humans. They attempt to control us and influence our beliefs.

          In the aforementioned “UFOs: Operation Trojan Horse,” Keel lays out his beliefs based on his many years of investigation.

          “The statistical data that I have extracted,” he wrote, “indicate that flying saucers are not stable machines requiring fuel, maintenance and logistical support. They are, in all probability, transmogrifications of energy and do not exist in the same way this book exists. They are not permanent constructions of matter.”

          Meanwhile, the messages received by the contactees are nothing new.

          “The endless messages from the space people would now fill a library,” according to Keel, “and while the communicators claim to represent some other world, the contents of those messages are identical to the messages long received by mediums and psychics.”

          Keel also scoffs at the notion of believing in the benevolent alien entity “Ashtar.”

          “Thousands of mediums, psychics and UFO contactees,” he wrote, “have been receiving mountains of messages from ‘Ashtar’ in recent years. Mr. Ashtar represents himself as a leader in the great intergalactic councils which hold regular meetings on Jupiter, Venus, Saturn and many planets unknown to us. But Ashtar is not a new arrival. Variations of this name, such as Ashtaroth, Ashar, Asharoth, etc., appear in demonological literature throughout history, both in the Orient and the Occident. Mr. Ashtar has been around a very long time, posing as assorted gods and demons and now, in the modern phase, as another glorious spaceman. The Bible warns us that during ‘the last days’ this planet will be overrun with wonders in the sky and false prophets and performers of miracles. Could anyone else have said it any better?”


          Are people made crazy by the UFO encounter experience? Keel doesn’t think the truth is that simple.

          “I do not believe any of these people are suffering directly from clinical insanity,” he said. “Rather, the evidence seems to indicate that their minds are manipulated by an exterior influence and that sometimes their emotional structure is unable to retain its stability in the face of these experiences. So some of these people crack under the strain. Induced confabulation produces memories of experiences that are convincingly real, and a chain reaction of emotional responses creates irrational fanaticism.

          “These people abandon their jobs,” he continued, “and devote all their time and thought to spreading the gospel of the space people. Their family relationships disintegrate because all of their energies are channeled into one direction. They become martyrs to their cause, be it the eminent arrival of the Big Brothers or the Second Coming of Christ.

          “What this all really means is that someone or something actually has the power to completely possess and control the human mind. Human beings can be manipulated through this power and used for both good and evil purposes. We have no way of knowing how many human beings throughout the world may have been processed in this manner, because they would have absolutely no memory of undergoing this experience, and so we have no way of determining who among us has strange and sinister ‘programs’ lying dormant in the dark corners of his mind.

          “Suppose the plan is to process millions of people and then at some future date trigger all of those minds at one time? Would we suddenly have a world of saints? Or would we have a world of armed maniacs shooting at one another from bell towers?”           


Dr Karla Turner stands beside Radio Mysterioso host and  Excluded Middle author Greg Bishop.

          Karla Turner was a highly respected abduction researcher, author, lecturer and teacher. She received her Ph.D. from the University of North Texas in Denton. She authored three books about the abduction phenomenon: “Into the Fringe,” “Taken,” and “Masquerade of Angels.” In 1995, Turner contracted a very dangerous form of breast cancer immediately following an abduction experience. She passed away the next year at the age of 48. She was adamant in her belief that UFOs and alien abduction are evil and abhorrent, and her courageous stance on the subject continues to be of benefit to many abductees today.  


          “Before we allow ourselves to believe in the benevolence of alien interaction,” Turner sternly cautioned, “we should ask, ‘Do enlightened beings need to use the cover of night to perform good deeds? Do they need to paralyze us and render us helpless to resist? Do angels need to steal our fetuses? Do they need to manipulate our children’s genitals and probe our rectums? Are fear, pain and deception consistent with high spiritual motives?’”

          In an article written for the now defunct “UFO Universe” magazine, Turner laid out her arguments for calling alien abduction evil.

          “Some researchers have pointed out patterns of events in the abduction experience, such as the physical examination, the taking of sperm and ova, and the later presentation of a hybrid baby to the abductee. Other patterns include the training of the abductee in some way and the delivery of a warning of some upcoming global disaster. Yes, these events are frequently reported, and it is tempting to think that the explanation for alien abduction may lie in these patterns.

          “So the researchers announce that the problem is solved. The aliens are doing crossbreeding experiments, ufologists tell us. Never mind the overwhelming evidence against the viable commingling of different species. Or, we are told, the aliens are here to save us from destroying ourselves and our planet through violence, drug use, epidemic disease, pollution and resource depletion. Never mind that these problems have grown worse, not better, since the ETs began visiting us.”

          Turner next presents a long checklist of events and experiences typically suffered by abductees. We will present only a portion of it here.

·        Aliens can alter our perception of our surroundings.

·        Aliens can control what we think we see. They can appear to us in any number of guises and shapes.

·        Aliens can take us – our consciousness – out of our physical bodies, disable our control of our bodies, install one of their own entities, and use our bodies as vehicles for their own activities before returning our consciousness to our bodies.

·        Aliens can be present with us in an invisible state and can make themselves only partially visible.

·        A surprising number of abductees suffer from serious illnesses they didn’t have before their encounters. These have led to surgery, debilitation, and even death from causes the doctors can’t identify.

·        Some abductees experience a degeneration of their mental, social and spiritual well-being. Excessive behavior frequently erupts, such as drug abuse, alcoholism, overeating and promiscuity. Strange obsessions develop and cause the disruption of normal life and the destruction of personal relationships.

·        Some abductees report being taken to underground facilities where they see grotesque hybrid creatures, nurseries of hybrid humanoid fetuses, and vats of colored liquid filled parts of human bodies.

·        Abductees report seeing other humans in these facilities being drained of blood, being mutilated, flayed, and dismembered, and being stacked, lifeless, like cords of wood. Some abductees have been threatened that they, too, will end up in this condition if they don’t cooperate with their alien captors.

·        Aliens have forced their human abductees to have sexual intercourse with aliens and even with other abductees while groups of aliens observe these performances. In such encounters, the aliens have sometimes disguised themselves in order to gain the cooperation of the abductee, appearing in such forms as Jesus, the Pope, certain celebrities, and even the dead spouse of the abductee.

“It becomes clear,” Turner writes, “from these details that the beings who are doing such things can’t be seen as spiritually enlightened, with the best interests of the human race in mind. Something else is going on, something far more painful and frightening, in many, many abduction encounters.”


In the article, Turner goes on to blast certain UFO researchers for blaming the abductees themselves for their negative reactions to the experience, saying the abductee is not sufficiently spiritually or psychically advanced enough to perceive the encounter in more benevolent terms.

“Having worked with so many decent, honest, positively oriented abductees, however, I believe this theory is wrong,” Turner writes. “It is worse than wrong – it is despicable, as despicable as blaming a rape victim for the violence committed against her. This attitude leaves many abductees feeling doubly violated, first by the aliens who took them and then by the UFO researchers to whom they turn for explanation and help.”

There is an understandable need, she acknowledges, for humans to believe in the power of good.

“We need for the aliens to be a good force,” she admits, “since we feel so helpless in their presence. And we need for some superior force to offer us a hope of salvation, both personally and globally, when we consider the sorry state of the world.”

The aliens understand that we hope for them to be benevolent creatures, she reasons, and that they use that desire for goodness to manipulate us.

“What better way to gain our cooperation than to tell us that the things they are doing are for our own good? Looking at the actions, the results of alien interference such as on the list above, there is a great discrepancy between what we desire from them and what they are doing to us.”


          Turner also details the consistent patterns of deception that make up a great deal of the abduction experience. People sometimes report that they were treated kindly by the aliens, and were told that they were “special” or “chosen” to perform some important task for the benefit of humanity. Given such a positive message, the abductees may ignore the fear and pain of their encounters and insist to themselves and others that a higher motive underlies the abduction experience. They may only recall, in some cases, a benevolent encounter and have no memory of any negative action.

          But intensive research now shows that at the core of the human-alien interaction is a clear pattern of deception.

          “We know, for instance, that ‘screen memories’ are often used to mask an alien abduction. Such accounts abound, in which a person sees a familiar yet out-of-place animal, like a deer or owl, a monkey or a rabbit, and then experiences a period of missing time. The person often awakens later to find a new, unexplained scar on his body.

          “Uneasiness about the encounter will persist, however, and far different memories may start to surface in dreams or flashbacks, and then the person seeks help to explain the uneasiness. Quite often, hypnotic regression is used to uncover the events behind the ‘screen memory,’ and that is when a typical alien abduction surfaces. However, from several recent cases, it is apparent that these recovered memories may well be yet another screen, masking events that are much more reprehensible.”

          So, according to Turner, abductees can’t trust their screen memories nor can they trust the recovered memories that may come later. It quickly becomes a wickedly complex hall of mirrors in which the truth perishes somewhere in the many reflected surfaces. If things like forcible sexual intercourse and all the other forms of victimization can be defended in moral terms, we are a long way from understanding how.             

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