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This is a classic and revolutionary book, written in 1970 by John Alva Keel, (March 25, 1930 – July 3, 2009) an American journalist and influential UFOlogist who is best known as author of The Mothman Prophecies.  (Source:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Keel )  His research seems to verify much of the information published in the book ALIEN INTERVIEW.   The following excerpts are taken from the final chapter of the book, “Operation Trojan Horse“.   May our point of view about “aliens” never again be what Hollywood imagines it to be….



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On a tiny, remote planet a Mythology has been conceived and taught that one relatively minor species of life form are “superior” to billions of others with whom they share the planet, and upon whom they depend for sustenance.  Factually, all life forms exist in a perpetual state of interactive interdependency called “symbiosis”.

Symbiosis comes from two Greek words that means “with” and “living.” It describes a close relationship between two organisms from different species. It is sometimes, but not always, beneficial to both parties.  Ironically, the life form that is NOT required for symbiotic survival on Earth, and without which the planet flourished for billions of years, is the species “homo sapiens”.

If insects or bacteria (two small examples) disappeared from Earth, most other species, including homo sapiens, would perish quickly.  However, if homo sapiens became extinct, nearly all other life forms would flourish, and return to a natural state of symbiotic abundance upon which the fragile, parasitic species of homo sapiens depends utterly.  With the exception of a few domesticated animals humans would not be missed on Earth.

It has been observed that the Microcosm (relatively small) is a reflection of the Macrocosm (relatively large) in the physical universe.  Human beings conceive themselves to be the “highest” form of life and most intelligent.  Yet, when viewed in the context of stars, galaxies and universes, homo sapiens are infinitesimally insignificant, except in their own minds.  This begs the question: “Are their beings in the universe for whom humans might provide symbiotic value?   The final scene from the popular film Men In Black offers one example. Do humans exist symbiotically in an existential game played by beings who we make imperceptible by our Narcissistic Mythology?


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If you were told that there is a fast, painless way to “forget everything”, would you be interested?


neuralizer, is a “fictional” device seen in the Men in Black films. It is one of the signature tools and considered standard issue employed by the Men in Black. It is a device about the size of an average cigar tube that gives a bright flash which erases the memories of the past hours, days, weeks, months or years, depending on the chosen settings.

A neuralyzer wipes the memory of a target or witness, putting them under a hypnotic state, making them susceptible to suggestion and implantation of false memories. The length of memory erased can be changed using buttons and dials. There are different neuralyzer models with different button and dial configurations. These buttons or dials can be set accordingly to the amount of time needed to be forgotten. The device produces a noisy, camera-like flash. The agents implant new memories in place of the old ones.

Some experts report that the neuralyzer has a chance of being built in real life. Emotional contact like traumatizing events can be erased, much easier than other memories. Light flashes erasing memories are plausible. Experts say that brain cells can be knocked out or killed by light, perfectly erasing those memories.  Sundance Channel ranked “the Neuralizer” as Number 4 on its list of “Top 10 Film Inventions We Wish Were Real”.  The uses of eliminating someone’s memories are endless, especially if you are prone to screwing up a lot.”  MSN ranks it as “The greatest fictional inventions of all time.” —  Wikipedia.org