Discussion in 'UFOnauts' started by SOUL-DRIFTER, Sep 5, 2017.
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British Policeman Alan Godfrey's UFO Abduction by Zod & Original Hypnosis Tape (1980)
"Alan Godfrey is a retired police constable of the West Yorkshire Metropolitan Police Force who claims to have seen an unidentified flying object and been the victim of an alien abduction.
While checking reports of cattle wandering around a local council estate in Todmorden, West Yorkshire, on 28 November 1980, Godfrey claims he saw a bright light in the road ahead that he described as a hovering, rotating object. According to Godfrey, he experienced missing time of approximately twenty-five minutes, a split boot, and an itchy, red mark on his foot. Godfrey says that via hypnotic regression, he recalled being medically examined by alien creatures."
The description of the human in appearance resembles Zod of the Superman series, and the other description of typical small greys. Maybe he was influenced by the movies? Hypnosis is one element but also there was other witnesses to a strange light.
Commentators are saying the description of the UFO matches that of another sighting by a farmer Edwin Fuhr (1974).
What do you think the potential is that some of the abducted are not actually being abducted by aliens at all, but are being abducted as part of a long term project involving mind control, which through these peoples stories then becomes an important part in developing a narrative about aliens?
I'm not saying all of them, just some of them, and I'll tell ya why I'm sensing this. First off it's got a connection to what seems like an entirely different topic but really isn't. Ultimately we are talking about advanced programs involving mind control and I think that some of these abduction cases could be examined in a new light.
To begin with, I've been looking and looking for a rational explanation for these rashes of school shootings for a long time. So recently I managed to connect the dots, and I did that when I heard Phil Jordan tell how he had prayed and urged a suspect to confess his crime in a murder, which the guy did do!
Now for those who don't know, Phil Jordan is often featured on the Justice Channel's program Psychic Detectives.
Phil Jordan, Psychic<br />
Ok, so now you have a real honest to goodness psychic with a long proven track record saying he basically entered some guys mind "remotely!'
Here's the next part; Take this recent incident of Face Book as an example of the real intent behind mass data collection by corporate elites and connect that information to the idea of finding target material for mind control projects; aka, tools. Understand what I'm suggesting here? Well there's more, check the articles out on; "Remote viewing of natural targets"
Link to CIA Reading Room where it's archived.
Also same paper archived here.
This isn't to say that there are not aliens, but I am suggesting that the powers that be are using existing known means to mold the perceptions of what the Aliens are all about for their own ends. Gee...ya think they would do something that crappy and underhanded to all the rest of us?
Here are a series of clips from Derren Brown's experimental television program on mind control and hypnosis.
1975 - June - South of Iceland about 200 miles W of the UK
Navigator-Communicator on flight out of Iceland
Flight under radio silence and no use of radar.
1. Round metal ball about 20 feet in diameter floating on the surface of the water. Marked position, but when aircraft was turned to check on it, could not find it. As it was getting dark, and there was a mission to do, finding the object was abandoned.
2. 20 to 25 minutes later, someone said there was a light on the starboard side of the aircraft. Could not see anything behind the light which was bright, glaring, day-glo green. It was about half a mile away and stayed in the same place keeping pace with the aircraft. The flight crew then witnessed it accelerate towards the front of the aircraft and disappear in just a couple of seconds. Crew did not want to report it, but it was entered in the Nav-Com log, which was turned in. There were no questions about the two incidents to witnesses.
Source: MUFON CMS System
1975 - 6 February - about 9:00 p.m. - Pensacola Naval Air Station, FL
Capt Larry Jividen, USMC pilot T-39D Sabreliner
Descending from about 30,000 ft, witness saw a red light. Attempted to close but light sped away. On landing filed a written report.
Source: Huffington Post 4/30/2012
1973 - 6 November - about 2130 CST off Pascagoula, Mississippi
Nation, Lawrence A., BM2, US Coast Guard
Crews, Charles, BM3, US Coast Guard
Ryan Rayme, fisherman, age 42, Pascagoula Ryan, Larry, son of Rayme age 17, Pascagoula
Ryan, Raymond, fisherman, age 42 (Rayme's twin), Pascagoula
Ryan, Earl, son of Raymond, age 16, Pascagoula
Rice, Fred N., Jr., fisherman, age 35, Pascagoula
Rice, Edward fisherman, age 48, Pascagoula
Rice, Velma, sister of Fred, age 37, Pascagoula
Rice, Eddie, age 15, Pascagoula
The Rices and Ryans were mullet fishing in the mud/oyster bed flat area southwest of Pascagoula. Sky was clear, little moonlight, slick calm with intermittent breeze from the north. Water was about 4 to 6 feet in the area. Rayme Ryan first spotted a stationary glowing object in the water and attempted to strike it with an oar. When he did so, the object dimmed. It regained its original brightness when left alone. When disturbed it would dim, move and "reilluminate" (Navy report). The object eventually disappeared and fishing resumed.
About 30-40 minutes later Rayme Ryan was retrieving his net about ½ mile southwest of the original sighting. As he came up on one of his buoys, he again saw the object stationary near the buoy. He called for the others who decided not to disturb it and called the Coast Guard. A launch was dispatched from the Pascagoula Coast Guard Station with Nation and Crews.
The Coast Guard men repeated earlier attempta to explore with the object which dimmed or moved when attempts were made to strike it with an oar. After 10-15 minutes the object extinguished its light and could not be relocated. Coast Guard men returned to station and filed their report and the fishermen resumed fishing. (Their total catch was only 400 pounds compared with a normal run of almost a ton per boat.
A 3-inch light source shone from the object which appeared to be 10 feet at the surface. Its color was “yellowish-amber with a red tint” and “almost too bright to look right at” to almost dark depending on the amount of disturbance. When struck with an oar the object appeared metallic, but attempts to strike it were not possible sometimes because of the difficulty seeing the oar when it entered the object's brilliant light. The object when traveling appeared to make 4-6 knots.
Various investigations, both by officials, journalists and ufologists yielded no explanation. The US Navy conducted an “informal investigation” by a number of officers.
Project 1947 Comment: A large number of UFO sightings were reported during this time in the southern US and specifically in Mississippi.
Source: Memorandum: E. A Wilbanks (720S), and LCDR C. E Dorman (770S), Naval Ship Research and Development Laboratory, Panama City, Florida, dated 12 November 1973, Subject: Pascagoula "Unidentified Submerged Object": report of trip concerning.
Coast Guard messages
Water UFO file: http://www.waterufo.net/item.php?id=461
Alan Godfrey if I remember correctly was a policeman that my friends and I interviewed in the early days of the U.A.C.S.
We had tea with him and he filled in our report forms.
I recognise his face
Our proudest moment was when we had a completed questionnaire returned by a Police Officer who had become a National celebrity after witnessing a U.F.O. whilst on duty in North Yorkshire. Although we established contact with other U.F.O.groups and societies, including the National group, BUFORA and later the local Nottingham group mentioned earlier, because of our age, we were never taken seriously.
From Frank Earp's report in the UFO section