Thursday, July 28, 2005

Non-Terrestrial Officers

"I found a list of officers' names," he claims, "under the heading 'Non-Terrestrial Officers'."

"Non-Terrestrial Officers?" I say.

"Yeah, I looked it up," says Gary, "and it's nowhere. It doesn't mean little green men. What I think it means is not earth-based. I found a list of 'fleet-to-fleet transfers', and a list of ship names. I looked them up. They weren't US navy ships. What I saw made me believe they have some kind of spaceship, off-planet."


BBC World Service
"The Interview" radio interview with Gary McKinnon

Gary McKinnon has appaeared on the BBC World Service radio programme "The Interview":

"This week 'The Interview' talks to the man described by US prosecutors as "the biggest military computer hack of all time". Briton Gary McKinnon stands accused of breaking and entering into US secret computer systems, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of damage, and effectively immobilising the military district of Washington DC for three days in 2002. He faces charges in the US which could lead to up to 70 years in jail. Speaking in his first broadcast interview just days before his extradition hearing, McKinnon considers his own sense of naïve wrong-doing, but also denies causing damage and says he was acting out of "humanitarian" motives. "

Listen to The Interview

Non-Terrestrial Officers


Wednesday, July 27, 2005

8000 Blog Hits

Yes folks another record for us... be it so humble, not bad for a Blog that the AUFORN blow fly wish was dead. Thanks for the support.

Taken From An Auforn Members Meeting

UFO files opened
REPORTER: Glenn Connley
BROADCAST DATE: July 25, 2005

Are we alone? For the first time the accounts of people who believe they have seen UFOs are being made public.

Dominic McNamara, head of the Australian UFO Research Centre, has spent several years unlocking hundreds of restricted files from the government's top secret national archives. These files detail UFO sightings from outback drunks to military personnel.

There were even some people who said they had been beamed up and taken aboard friendly flying saucers.

According to the unlocked files, Woomera, in outback South Australia, had the highest rate of UFO sightings of anywhere in the world.

Woomera is an isolated, restricted government-owned military region where the Australian Department of Defence tested its aircraft, weaponry and rockets for decades.

As the military watched the skies they saw a lot more than their own planes. Now found and
declassified, secrets are revealed, like the night the air force tested a plane called the Canberra.

"This object descended, came across the flight path of the Canberra, matched its speed, tracked with it ... and departed at a speed over 3600 miles an hour," Mr McNamara said.

"In the early 1950s that just wasn't possible," he added.

Mr McNamara said there was little doubt many of the 1800 files were deliberately hidden or made difficult to find.

For further information contact Dominic McNamara’s X-Files hotline on (08) 8255 6568.

The Australian UFO Research Network:

Tasmanian UFO Investigation Centre:



Monday, July 25, 2005

Kevin Randle Foot In Mouth

Kevin Randle Correction...

"Please, I am not retired. I was just released from active duty after a tour in Iraq (okay, Baghdad and points around it) and I still drill with the Iowa National Guard. I am subject to recall in the next few months. But I don't want to have to explain,once again, that I have not retired from the military and do not expect to do so until 2009."

Michael Salla Reply...

"Aloha Capt Randle, thank you for clarifying your current military status, and apologies for not following earlier discussions where you described your current status. Perhaps I can be forgiven for taking literally what was said on the inside back cover of your book, Project Moon Dust (1998): "A retired Captain in the U.S. Air Force." I would suggest in future you get your publisher to more accurately describe your military status in any biographical statements to prevent future misunderstandings."

Our Reply...
Kevin Randle is a BS Fake!




Saturday, July 23, 2005

Dick Hall The Dick Head

Mr Embarrassment

Oh NO... the old boot has done it again, he has cut off another researcher this time Stuart Miller the editor of ezine magazine "UFO Review"... well the Dick Head Hall list of "The Bad" gets longer each year, the old out of date fools needs more lithium.

The New List Member:
"I can clearly see that you don't have a clue about logic,scientific method, or rational discourse. Therefore I have no further interest in anything you have to say,"

From: Richard Hall
Date: Mon, 18 Jul 2005 22:35:03 +0000
Fwd Date: Tue, 19 Jul 2005 09:38:25 -0400
Subject: Re: Toronto Hosts UFO Conference Sept. 25 2005 -

They Cut Him Out!

Dick Hall Not Going To Talk - What Again!


Thursday, July 21, 2005

Blogs in space target aliens
To boldly blog where no-one has blogged before
Iain Thomson, vnunet.com 20 Jul 2005

Bloggers will now be able to send their online musings into deep space for free in an unorthodox
attempt to find intelligent life in the universe.

Florida firm MindComet is offering to transmit all blogs into the ether via a commercial satellite.

The idea is to add blogs to the information being broadcast to any potential little green men, which currently includes all the television and radio signals the planet has generated over the past century.

"I have always believed that other intelligent life forms are out there and for the first time they
will be able to peer into the life of average Homo Sapiens," explained Ted Murphy, president and chief executive at MindComet.

"We are giving bloggers the opportunity to send a piece of their lives into space to potentially
connect with extraterrestrials."

Bloggers can submit their site URLs to bloginspace.com and can keep aliens constantly updated via RSS feeds. Real enthusiasts can also buy bloginspace.com t-shirts and thongs to spread theword.

Dr Lucie Green, from the Mullard Space Science Laboratory at University College London, said: "The blogs would be identifiable signals, but the real question is whether any other life form would be able to understand them. By accident any radio waves the earth produces go into space at light speed."


Beam Him Up God
'Star Trek' Engineer James Doohan Dies

LOS ANGELES -- James Doohan, who played engineer Montgomery Scott, the scrappy Scotsman who repeatedly gave the Starship Enterprise "all she's got" in the original "Star Trek" TV series and motion pictures, died Wednesday. He was 85. James Montgomery Doohan was born March 3, 1920, in Vancouver, British Columbia, the youngest of four children of William Doohan, a pharmacist, veterinarian and dentist, and his wife Sarah. As he wrote in his autobiography, "Beam Me Up, Scotty," his father was a drunk who made life miserable for his wife and children.

At 19, James escaped the turmoil at home by joining the Canadian army, becoming a lieutenant in the artillery. He was among the Canadian forces that landed on Juno Beach on D-Day. "The sea was rough," he recalled. "We were more afraid of drowning than the Germans."

The Canadians crossed a minefield laid for tanks; the soldiers weren't heavy enough to detonate the bombs. At 11:30 that night, he was machine-gunned, taking six hits: one that took off his middle right finger (he usually managed to hide the missing finger on the screen), four in his leg and one in the chest. The chest bullet was stopped by his silver cigarette case.



Monday, July 18, 2005

Work Together Or Are We On Our Own?

Stuart Miller

Stuart Miller the editor of ezine magazine "UFO Review" has posted up a thoughful reply to his blog "UFO Disinfo R Us.com" on why the collective will not work together. This reply comes out of Paul Kimball post on the subject called "Winning the Ufological PR Battle" - (go to http://redstarfilms.blogspot.com/ scroll down about 3 post).

Well I stand with Stuart Miller on this topic... the collective never works. Great ideas come from people (singular) not groups or committies.

To read the reply, go to:
Post:"Winning the Ufological PR Battle"


Paul Kimball

Lies = Truth

"A lot of the time you have to tell insane lies
in order to express truth"
Jonathan Safran Foer

"Jonathan Safran Foer is the author of the bestseller Everything Is Illuminated, named Book of the Year by the Los Angeles Times and the winner of numerous awards, including the Guardian First Book Prize, the National Jewish Book Award, and the New York Public Library Young Lions Prize. Foer was one of Rolling Stone’s “People of the Year” and Esquire’s “Best and Brightest.”

Paperback: 288 pages
Publisher: Perennial (March 1, 2003)
ISBN: 0060529709
Amazon.com Sales Rank: #525 in Books


Sunday, July 17, 2005

Piestewa Peak Objects USA

"July 04, 2005, 6:17:48 AM. Here is a picture I took this morning. The peak in the Phoenix Mountain Preserves was named for Lori Piestewa who was killed in action and she is the first Native American woman killed in combat. Her friend Jessica Lynch was rescued. I didn't notice anything until I uploaded the photos." --Al mhafh17435@yahoo.com"

First picture: Full shot
2nd picture: Curved swept-wing translucent object
3rd picture: A 'negative image' of the 2nd object

Coast To Coast

Just Eye Candy


Saturday, July 16, 2005

When Things Are NQR

Do you remember seeing this in the press. Well have a look at the guy who does this.


Mysterious Red Light Glows In Sky, Puzzles Residents

NewsNet5.comBROOK PARK, Ohio - Some Brook Park residents are puzzled by a bright red light that appeared in the sky over the weekend. So far, there is still no answer to the mysterious light.

Shari Apathy captured the object on videotape, a red ball of light, zigzagging and getting larger in the sky.

Brook Park police said they got several calls about people who also saw the light.

Some thought it might have been a stray fireworks, other thought it was a shooting star.

One resident claimed he called NASA and was told the red light was a meteor, but NewsChannel5 could not confirm this theory.



Friday, July 15, 2005

SBS TV - UFO Program
Sat 16th Jul 2005
07:30 pm


"This program states that from 1947 into the1960s, US intelligence was able to use UFO paranoia strategically to cover up secret weapons testing. UFO sightings began in Sweden with the so-called ghost rockets in 1946. The authorities assumed the Soviets were testing German rocket technology. From 1947, in the US, there were a large number of sightings of green and blue balls of light over Strategic Air Command centres involved in nuclear weapons programs. A feeling of anxiety and paranoia took over. Were the Soviets spying on American nuclear bases? The intelligence services investigated the phenomena, all the while playing them down in public. Meanwhile, behind the scenes, even more clandestine intelligence circles were covering up the testing of new rockets by using decoys intended to dupe Soviet radar. The UFO hubbub was used as a smokescreen to cover up research and development programs in the US, the USSR and Britain. It was assisted by bureaucracies put into place in order to keep important national secrets, such as the development of the U2 missile. (From Germany, in German, English, Flemish and Russian, English subtitles) CC SMS Alert Code: 7633


Thursday, July 14, 2005

ENCOUNTER - Book On Ebay
A copy of Kelly Cahill great book, now up on ebay Australia. Just $5...

Have a look..

Item location: Adelaide, South Australia

Thanks to Phenomena Research Australia (PRA) - John Auchettl and his team, this book came about because of their hard work. Well Done.

John Howard Facts!

"I think PM John Howard is a great Ozzeee!"

And this fact

"Howards lunch box"


Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Alien Parasite Extraction from Hand

"Sorry the dogs can't help but growl. They are just reacting to the smell of blood.This is a very serious matter. I contracted parasites from the near by inter-coastal water ways here in Osprey Florida. At first the doctors didn't know what I had. Then they found something out and acted very strange and asked me to leave the office immediately. Whatever I have they are trying to cover up. I have been quarantined in my house for two months. What ever I have they don't want the public to know about. That is why I put up this medicinefilm.

If any one knows about this or has any answers please message me.

Matter of life and death! The government is doing nothing about it. If you would like to learn more please watch my other video's I posted here on medicine films or read my Blogs. A few others in the area contracted this and have died. I don't know how much time I have left.
Now I know how the early AIDS victims were treated. I'm just making it through each day and praying for a cure or at least medical attention."


Now was that true or false - life or art?

Bessent Arizona Footage Update Analysis

If you have been following this Brian Bessent video you would have been told (about 100 times) that this was all a hoax... well it seems that its not that dead after all... well Rich Allen thinks its a good case, and I would agree... why?

Read his last post:

From: Rich Allen Date: Mon Jul 4, 2005 2:33 am Subject: Re: [SO] Bessent Arizona footage Update analysis xenoartz Offline Send Email

Just for the record, I had earlier commented on this video. I have to say, my efforts to duplicate
it using Lightwave have been completely unsuccessful. It's not difficult to animate, or to render it over video of a sky backdrop. It is the consistency of the camera jiggle throughout the entire video that make is hard to reproduce. I tried to play the animation on a 21 inch monitor and film it with camera jiggle off the monitor. This just didn't look the same, and the zoom in was impossible to accomplish.. I also, now believe the video to be authentic. I can not see how it could have been faked. I must say, because of the consistant jiggle, I would seriously question the credibility of anyone familiar with home or small studio equipment who says that it could have been hoaxed. At some point, I was given a clean copy to work with, and found no evidence of the alleged fringing on the clean copy. - Rich




What A Sight!

"As we were driving home on 7/2/05, we noticed these patterns in the neighbor's oat field in Greene County, SW PA. If anyone has any suggestions of what this might be, feel free to email me at mm102452@yahoo.com --E T Williams II"

Thanks To Coast To Coast:


Tuesday, July 12, 2005

UFO connection?

From David Darling
science writer with a Ph.D. in British Astronomy

University of Manchester

""If indeed we are to become a space teleporting civilization, what about other advanced civilizations circling distant stars? Perhaps they have already mastered mass transportation via teleportation?

One might even be drawn to consider that mode of travel in connection with purported UFO visitation of Earth.

"Any strange comings and goings are candidates for teleportation, although you would obviously have to eliminate all mundane explanations first," Darling responded.

"According to reports, some UFOs do appear and disappear quite abruptly, which would fit in with the basic idea of teleportation," he said.

Darling said that interstellar teleportation would be one way to circumvent the light barrier, "although, as we understand the process now, you would need to make a sub-light trip first to set up the teleportation receiver and assembler at the destination."

Quantum teleportation, Darling pointed out is the kind we can do at the subatomic level in the lab today. And that requires equipment at both ends to be able to work.

"Extraterrestrial intelligence that is thousands or millions of years ahead of us will certainly be teleportation experts," Darling advised, "if the technology can be implemented at the macroscopic biological level."

What possible outcome, then, from ET successfully tinkering with teleportation?

"We might expect advanced aliens to be occasionally beaming in to check on our progress as a species," Darling concluded.


The Impossible Leap

Teleportation – The Impossible Leap, published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., writer David Darling contends that ""One way or another, teleportation is going to play a major role in all our futures. It will be a fundamental process at the heart of quantum computers, which will themselves radically change the world."

Darling suggests that some form of classical teleportation and replication for inanimate objects also seems inevitable. But whether humans can make the leap, well, that remains to be seen.

Teleportation: Express Lane Space Travel
By Leonard David


Hardcover: 288 pages
Publisher: Wiley (May 6, 2005)
ISBN: 0471470953


Monday, July 11, 2005


Join us for the 3nd Annual UFO Crash Retrieval Conference
Friday, November 4th – Sunday, November 6th, 2005
Las Vegas, Nevada


UFO Conference Speakers:


Sunday, July 10, 2005


This is not a hoax... this is a real baby.



Allegations of Fake Research Hit New High
By MARTHA MENDOZA, AP National Writer

"Allegations of misconduct by U.S. researchers reached record highs last year as the Department of Health and Human Services received 274 complaints — 50 percent higher than 2003 and the most since 1989 when the federal government established a program to deal with scientific misconduct."



Thursday, July 07, 2005

A Hard Day At Work!

What A Wave

Most Australians believe in aliens
By Ray Chesterton
June 23, 2005

IT'S the news that probably won't be alien to many - four out of five Australians believe there are little green men in outer space.

Reader's Digest, noted in past issues for making close friends with body parts in articles like "Hello, I'm Your Kidney" has gone from insightful to outer space. A survey conducted by the magazine reveals 84 per cent of believers in extra terrestrials say they would be friendly, rather than trying to enslave humans. This has terrified Hollywood more than hearing Russell Crowe saying, "I'll phone ya."

To filmmakers, the thought of aliens floating around the galaxy with peaceful intentions and waving "We love Mother Teresa" flags makes their chequebooks run cold.

Hollywood needs aliens.

Grotesque, deformed aliens with gargoyle faces and protruding jaws and tongues dripping with acidic poison.

Nasty is nice.

Occasionally, something warm and cuddly, like a Star Wars Ewok or extraterrestrial ET, slips through the filter.

This is good for balance. And for balancing accounts through better marketing opportunities.

ET, in fact, had a brother who was written out of the movie because of deteriorating health.

Doctors said he was an extra cholesterol.

Opinions about whether aliens exist vary greatly but most of us seem to accept there is life out there somewhere.

Whether aliens have actually landed on earth disguised as human beings is fiercely opposed but rarely from men with mothers-in-law.

Opinions about outer space are as sensitive as telling the truth about your wages or how many women you've taken to bed.

Out-and-out disbelievers say aliens have landed on earth but they were captured by Big Foot and fed to the Loch Ness Monster before being discovered.

True believers say aliens are frequently beamed down to Earth's capital cities, including Sydney. They eventually pass themselves off as human beings after a long period of not
being able to speak English.

They cite cab drivers and CityRail announcers to support their theory.

There are of course claims by Australians of close encounters with aliens.

A website says in 1976 a Hobart couple went to bed but only the woman fell asleep.

Three figures suddenly came through the closed door and tried to put a bag over the man's legs in what seemed to be an attempted kidnap.

The man woke his wife but the aliens escaped through a window.

Experts are divided on the claims, saying such goings on between families in Tasmania may be well established.

In recent years, a young woman in Melbourne claimed a large silver disc landed near her and she was abducted by an alien wearing a loose-fitting metallic green tunic.

Investigations suggested this may have been a journalistic hoax or someone wanting directions to Dancing With The Stars.

Opportunities for Australians to establish friendly relations with aliens were damaged by a shoot-first-and-ask-questions-later philosophy.

Last year when scientists discovered an unidentified flying object, they notified the Government, who notified the army, navy and air force to take immediate action.

Prime Minister John Howard turned white when he got the details of the incident.

"My God," he said.

"We've shot down Santa."



Sunday, July 03, 2005

For alien experiences, try Campbelltown
By Samantha Selinger-Morris
July 2, 2005

Close encounters of the raving kind.
Photo: Brendan Esposito

As Tom Cruise discovers in War of the Worlds, aliens can pop up in the most unlikely of places. Downtown New York, for instance. Or Campbelltown.

The UFO Society of Western Sydney says the suburb is one of three hotspots for sighting mysterious craft, after Collaroy and the Blue Mountains.

Regina Walter was researching an artwork when she sat in on one of the society's monthly meetings at the Campbelltown Public Library.

She began researching drug use in the area, but in looking for information on the internet about hallucinations found "this amazing UFO stuff instead".

The result is Silent Boundary, pictured, an installation of projected light patterns that mimics those often cited by UFO spotters.

The work is included in C'Town Bling, at the new $10 million Campbelltown Arts Centre which opens this weekend.

The curator of C'Town Bling, Anne Loxley, said she hoped the exhibition, which runs until August 18, would disabuse many Sydneysiders of their prejudices about Campbelltown.

"People from the metropolitan centre better fang it down the M5," she said, laughing. "When you think of traipsing around the gallery tracks it would be great if people understand
that this is an important venue."

The Silent Boundary exhibit can be seen only from midnight to 3am in a gallery space with a huge window that fronts the Moore Oxley bypass, to give passers-by a Close Encounters
of the Third Kind experience.

Other works at the opening include Adam Cullen's satire in the form of a painting, Kmart Hillbillies, Ricky Swallow's iMan Prototypes (sculptures that morph from iMac computers
into skulls) and The Motel Sisters, a parody of the Hilton sisters.


Breakfast with Kerri Anne & Bill Chalker

Many thanks to Richard Saunders, the top dog at the Australian Skeptics for this link (in a post too our comments below) . Well on the 29th June, CH9 TV - AM Morning Show - Breakfast with Kerri Anne, CH9 did an item on "War Of The Worlds blah blah" and they got guest to came in for their take on aliens and all thing from outer space... if you missed it well thanks to Richard we now have a audio copy of the interviews from Bill Chalker 5min of fame.

Its about 5min long so have a listen.


Richards Site:

I never got to see the live TV item, at work... but it looks as if CH9 did a ''beam me in scotty' on bill... oh well... bill took it in his stride.


Another Flying 'Humanoid'
Videotaped Over Mexico City

"The June 24, 2005, UFO incidents over Mexico continue causing surprises and concern. During the course of this investigation, a new sighting has just surfaced - but this time a bizarre and
disturbing one in nature."



Jeff Rense:

The AUFORN Victorian Representative

The Full AUFORN group

I have no idea who is who but....