People in my world are giving this article a great deal of scrutiny for multiple reasons.
First, the AATIP is now the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force. Maybe the very words “Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon” is an attempt to avoid the saying of “UFO.”
Second, Congress directs this task force to release at least some of its findings to the public. When? Six months after the passage of the Intelligence Authorization Act for 2021. We know this because of a report from the Senate Select Intelligence Committee on this legislation. Don’t ask me how the New York Times obtained this report, or knew to look here. The Senate is considering this legislation. The House of Representatives hasn’t considered it yet. This provision, like many provisions, may not survive the legislative process.
Third, there are three paragraphs devoted to a recap of the 2017 AATIP article. The Department of Defense declared that the funding for the AATIP had lapsed in 2012. In the article, that statement was exposed as untrue. I take great curiosity that basic facts regarding this story are still in dispute. Particularly the role of Luis Elizondo, (pictured above) whom this article mentions. Elizondo and others claim that he ran the AATIP. The Pentagon claims Elizondo had “no assigned duties” in the Defense Intelligence Agency. Furthermore, he was not associated with the AATIP at all. Who should we believe? Elizondo was a source in the 2017 AATIP article. Therefore, I believe the New York Times believes him. Given that the report of the AATIP’s non-existence was a lie, maybe I should believe him. The case against Elizondo is made here. Day by day the evidence grows.
Fourth, there is a great deal of interest in the testimony of Dr. Eric Davis. In this article, Davis asserts regarding certain materials, “We couldn’t make it ourselves.” Davis said he gave a classified briefing to a Defense Department agency. This briefing was about retrievals from “off-world vehicles not made on this earth.” These words have been rocketing around the internet over the past four days. Should I believe them? Do I have a good reason not to? I know very little about Eric Davis. I know he has a Ph.D in physics. You can find out more about him here, here and here. Day by day the evidence grows.
Day by day the evidence grows. The New Message from God teaches what is currently a minority viewpoint on the subject of extraterrestrials.
“Day by day the evidence grows. Day by day more people are becoming aware. But there is still tremendous ignorance and denial. There is still tremendous manipulation of the evidence. It is very hard for people to gain any reliable information now.
The governments of the world will not tell you what they know. The religious institutions of the world cannot help you. People are filled with superstition. They are filled with hope. They are filled with wild expectancy. But who can see clearly? Whose thoughts are clear and unaffected by the prevailing attitudes and beliefs of society?”
It takes a certain intellectual and emotional preparation to see clearly. I do not claim to think clearly. I claim to be working on seeing clearly.
David Jacobs recently retired as a professor of American history at Temple University in Philadelphia. But he is much more well-known as a researcher in the field of UFOs and alien abduction experiences. He has written three books and edited a book on the subject. His most recent book, “Walking Among Us,” was published in 2015. I recently read this book. I am sharing my Amazon review with additional commentary in brackets.
Humanity faces a challenge to its freedom
I consider David Jacobs to be a remarkable individual. He has made greater efforts in the unrecognized field of UFO research than most people. He has penetrated the human evaluation of impossibility and improbability. He has not been overcome by the terror of what he has discovered. It is as if he is a planetary Paul Revere, sounding an alarm that I hope and believe will be heard.
[There are many people who sincerely believe humanity is alone in the universe, or this corner of the universe. There are some people who consider extraterrestrial life from a purely human point of view. Paul Revere is known for his midnight ride to alert the colonial militia in April 1775 to the approach of British forces before the battles of Lexington and Concord.]
The extraterrestrials described by Jacobs (insectalins, reptilians and grays) have superior technology. They have superior abilities at mental influence and control. They have no concept of privacy, individuality or freedom. And yet, they don’t seem to be able to live in our physical environment. As if H. G. Wells was right in The War of the Worlds. And yet, they don’t seem to be interested in direct conquest. As if Marshall Vian Summers was right in the Allies of Humanity books.
Many different UFO writers have written of alien-human interbreeding programs, child presentations, and so forth. What is the purpose of all these hybrids? Jacobs writes that the purpose is inserting these hybrids (he uses the term hubrids) into human society. But for all their cleverness at genetic manipulation, they lack understanding of human culture. For example, they don’t know what time of day one should eat an orange. And somehow the internet is useless to them, as it doesn’t speak in their telepathic language. Therefore, they acquire data about human culture through abductees. This is something that I hadn’t considered until reading this book.
[ A witness speaks of secret plans in play. Budd Hopkins (1931-2011) and John Mack (1929-2004) are two authors on this subject. Secrecy is a crucial component of the project Jacobs describes. Therefore cultural mistakes must be eliminated. Hubrids must seem completely ordinary in their appearance and behavior.]
Jacobs suggests that there are many more abductions (instances of aliens controlling a human mind and body) than are recorded. I imagined that the first abduction of an individual is an “audition” of sorts, to see if that individual is neurologically compatible to be of use on many future occasions. During these abductions, abductees show hubrids of various ages things about human culture (dressing, eating, making conversation, watching television, and many other subjects). This is done through telepathic “question cascades.” Some of this is done on UFOs, and some of this is done on Earth. About two-thirds of the book is devoted to the various stages of this program.
[ A witness speaks of secret plans in play. Jacobs has conducted nearly 900 hypnotic regressions with over 140 abductees. He addresses the subject of the validity of this technique in the book. John Mack used a similar technique in his book Abduction. Many abductees experience “missing time,” time where they can’t remember where they were or what they were doing. The aliens seem to have a way of blocking the memory of abductees. But these memories are being recovered.]
Great effort is made to make these hubrids as inconspicuous as possible. A seemingly seamless plan is in place, and is being executed. What is the purpose? Jacobs suggests that it is a clandestine subjugation of Earth. Access to and control over Earth’s biological and mineral resources, rare and precious in this region of space. Jacobs confesses to not having an answer for this alien program, besides describing what he knows.
[ A witness speaks of secret plans in play. It is as if humanity is an adolescent race, squandering its great inheritance of the earth. Some promising adolescents fail to reach adulthood as free adults. Unscrupulous parties sometimes separate adolescents from great inheritances. The New Message from God calls this the Intervention. This is from the revelation “The Greater Community Presence in the World.” Marshall Vian Summers received this revelation in 1997.
“There are several allied races who are in the world today who are attempting to biologically and genetically bond with humanity in order to gain the adaptive ability to live and to function in this world. If they are able to do this effectively, then they will become the rulers of mankind.”
What are we to do about this? Secrecy is a crucial part of the enterprise. I therefore join with David Jacobs in his crying out to expose.]
Some of you might not be familiar with American abolitionist Frederick Douglass (1818-1895). He was born into slavery in the state of Maryland. He escaped to freedom in Philadelphia in 1838. He became a leader of the movement to abolish slavery in the United States. American poet Langston Hughes wrote this about him in the poem “Freedom’s Plow:“
Then a man said: BETTER TO DIE FREE THAN TO LIVE SLAVES He was a colored man who had been a slave But had run away to freedom. And the slaves knew What Frederick Douglass said was true.
He took hope in the relative youth of the nation (76 years). He took hope that reformers like him and his audience had a chance to make a change in a young nation’s ways.
He pointed out that back in 1776, people with the audacity to say that England treated its colonies badly were considered “mischief, agitators and rebels, dangerous men.” The way abolitionists were treated in his day.
I consider Frederick Douglass to be an American prophet, as he encouraged Americans to embrace their founding principles. “I have said that the Declaration of Independence is the ring-bolt to the chain of your nation’s destiny; so, indeed, I regard it. The principles contained in that instrument are saving principles. Stand by those principles, be true to them on all occasions, in all places, against all foes, and at whatever cost.”
The poem with the line “Trust no future, howe’er pleasant” is “A Psalm of Life” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Longfellow wrote it in 1838. I believe it was well-known to the audience. The final verse says “Let us then, be up and doing/With a heart for any fate;/Still achieving, still pursuing,/Learn to labor and to wait.” We have work to do.
He says in prose what Langston Hughes later said in poetry “America was never America to me.” He speaks of the great lack of empathy, the great blindness, the great disappointment, the great hypocrisy. He referenced Psalm 137, the psalm of Hebrew captivity, multiple times in this speech.
This might be a good section to quote:
“Whether we turn to the declarations of the past, or to the professions of the present, the conduct of the nation seems equally hideous and revolting. America is false to the past, false to the present, and solemnly binds herself to be false to the future. Standing with God and the crushed and bleeding slave on this occasion, I will, in the name of humanity which is outraged, in the name of liberty which is fettered, in the name of the constitution and the Bible, which are disregarded and trampled upon, dare to call in question and to denounce, with all the emphasis I can command, everything that serves to perpetuate slavery-the great sin and shame of America!”
He provides ample evidence to the proposition that anyone who contends that a slave is not a human being is engaged in self-deception.
These two paragraphs say “Haven’t we been over this countless times? That a slave is a human being? That slavery is wrong?”
“What, then, remains to be argued? Is it that slavery is not divine; that God did not establish it; that our doctors of divinity are mistaken? There is blasphemy in the thought. That which is inhuman, cannot be divine! Who can reason on such a proposition? They that can, may; I cannot. The time for such argument is past.
At a time like this, scorching irony, not convincing argument, is needed. O! had I the ability, and could I reach the nation’s ear, I would, to-day, pour out a fiery stream of biting ridicule, blasting reproach, withering sarcasm, and stern rebuke. For it is not light that is needed, but fire; it is not the gentle shower, but thunder. We need the storm, the whirlwind, and the earthquake. The feeling of the nation must be quickened; the conscience of the nation must be roused; the propriety of the nation must be startled; the hypocrisy of the nation must be exposed; and its crimes against God and man must be proclaimed and denounced.”
“The LORDS of Buffalo, the SPRINGS of New York, the LATHROPS of Auburn, the COXES and SPENCERS of Brooklyn, the GANNETS and SHARPS of Boston, the DEWEYS of Washington, and other great religious lights of the land, have, in utter denial of the authority of Him, by whom they professed to he called to the ministry, deliberately taught us, against the example or the Hebrews and against the remonstrance of the Apostles, they teach ‘that we ought to obey man’s law before the law of God.'”
Abraham Lincoln would later say something in his Second Inaugural Address, that echoed Frederick Douglass’ bewilderment regarding the church. “It may seem strange that any men should dare to ask a just God’s assistance in wringing their bread from the sweat of other men’s faces but let us judge not that we be not judged.” The Bible speaks of “the mystery of iniquity” or “the secret power of lawlessness.” People can claim to be good, and not see evil practices in which they engage.
God speed the year of jubilee. After having provided ample evidence for the greatness of the hypocrisy, he reiterates the indictment:
“Fellow-citizens! I will not enlarge further on your national inconsistencies. The existence of slavery in this country brands your republicanism as a sham, your humanity as a base pretense, and your Christianity as a lie. It destroys your moral power abroad; it corrupts your politicians at home. It saps the foundation of religion; it makes your name a hissing, and a by word to a mocking earth. It is the antagonistic force in your government, the only thing that seriously disturbs and endangers your Union.”
God speed the year of jubilee. The exclamation point of the speech is a poem written by William Lloyd Garrison. I will do my part for freedom.
God speed the year of jubilee The wide world o’er! When from their galling chains set free, Th’ oppress’d shall vilely bend the knee, And wear the yoke of tyranny Like brutes no more. That year will come, and freedom’s reign, To man his plundered rights again Restore.
God speed the day when human blood Shall cease to flow! In every clime be understood, The claims of human brotherhood, And each return for evil, good, Not blow for blow; That day will come all feuds to end, And change into a faithful friend Each foe.
God speed the hour, the glorious hour, When none on earth Shall exercise a lordly power, Nor in a tyrant’s presence cower; But to all manhood’s stature tower, By equal birth! That hour will come, to each, to all, And from his Prison-house, to thrall Go forth.
Until that year, day, hour, arrive, With head, and heart, and hand I’ll strive, To break the rod, and rend the gyve, The spoiler of his prey deprive — So witness Heaven! And never from my chosen post, Whate’er the peril or the cost, Be driven.
Even after fully demonstrating its rottenness, Frederick Douglass had hope for the United States in 1852. I am well-aware of the world’s difficulties. But I have hope for the world in 2020. Knowledge, the deeper spiritual intelligence that God has placed into every person, will not permit me to fall into despair. Let us, then, be up and doing, With a heart for any fate; Still achieving, still persuing, Learn to labor and to wait.