Roswell incident

The Roswell incident was a media psyop in july 1947 in Lincoln County New Mexico, to spread disinfo about Greys and other extraterrestials in pop culture in the form of a UFO religion. 1947 was the year of the Black Dahlia media ritual, Kenneth Arnold's claims of UFO contact, OSS rebranding as CIA and death of MI6 agent Aleister Crowley, 1 year after Jack Parsons' Babalon Workings.

Roswell (on the 33d parallel) is close to the White Sands nuclear test site and the Very Large Array of the NSF. The saucer represents the Cup of Babalon (rosicrucian symbolism of rose and cross, phallus and anus).

Jesse Marcel (atom bomb tests of Operation Crossroads) and Stanton Friedman revived the hoax in the 70's. Friedman was a classmate of Carl Sagan at University of Chicago and appeared on CNN and Coast to Coast AM of jesuit George Noorey.

Karl Pflock spread the hoax with the San Francisco Examiner of Hearst (inventors of the tabloid press) and worked for the American Enterprise Institute. He worked with James Moseley (guest on The Amazing James Randi Show) and Budd Hopkins. Kevin Randle was interviewed by the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (associated with Carl Sagan). Philip J Klass (Committee for Skeptical Inquiry, American Association for the Advancement of Sciences) and Dave Thomas played the role of skeptic antagonist.

William Moore (MUFON) wrote The Roswell Incident with Charles Berlitz (Yale, also wrote on the Bermuda Triangle, Atlantis and the Philadelphia Experiment). Moore and Friedman spread documents to prove the existence of Majestic12 of Harry Truman (Nathan Twining, Roscoe Hillenkoeter, Vannevar Bush, Robert Montague). Vannevar Bush was on the board of directors of AT&T and Merck & Co.

In the 80's Paul Bennewetz spread stories about a Dulce Base in New Mexico.

Colonel Philip Corso (also Coast to Coast) wrote The Day After Roswell in 1997 with William Birnes (NYU, Coast to Coast, UFO Hunters of History Channel). He worked under Douglas MacArthur during the Korean War. He attributed silicon technology of Silicon Valley to E.T. interference. He named Motorola as one of the companies who reverse engineered the UFO technology. Bob Galvin of Motorola was awarded the Vannevar Bush Award.

Kenneth Arnold was a member of BSA and friend of Raymond Palmer (Amazing Stories, science fiction scene of Robert Bloch and HP Lovecraft).

Edgar Mitchell (NASA, BSA, Coast to Coast) also spread disinfo about Roswell.

It was used as a theme in Fox tv show The X-Files, Star Trek Deep Space Nine and Taken (Sci-Fi Channel, produced by Steven Spielberg) with Dakota Fanning.


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