Article - Laura Knight-Jadczyk
Let's talk about death now. Sure, I know, nobody wants to talk about death. But I have in mind some very interesting deaths that ought to be talked about for a lot of reasons.
The first death I want to talk about is the "apparent suicide" of Morris K. Jessup. The problem with Morris Jessup's suicide is that it was too obvious. He was found in his station wagon in a Dade County Park, Florida, on the evening of April 29, 1959. A hose had been attached to the exhaust pipe of the station wagon and looped into the closed interior. The whole set-up had been accomplished during daylight hours, in a public park. Ever since, researchers have said that Jessup's death was the price he paid for getting too close to the truth. You see, Jessup's death is SO apparent a suicide, that everyone just KNEW that it was NOT a suicide. And, of course, as a consequence, an entire mythos was born about something called the Philadelphia Experiment having to do with Time Travel.
There has always been an element of "high strangeness" to the "UFO mystery" that has been the subject of endless debates among researchers. Anyone who has seriously begun to delve into such matters, or who has experienced certain manifestations, is aware of the weird guys who dress in black, big-foot type critters, strange, hooded figures, poltergeist type events, and crazy electronic glitches in telephones, televisions and radios. Often, the type and level of such experiences can become quite frightening, or at the very least, disorienting. Very often, these effects are trotted out as proof that the UFO phenomenon is nothing other than the product of the spirit realm. Others will suggest that this proves that it is "observer created" reality flux.
There are cases where UFOs have appeared in conjunction with all kinds of violent and frightening phenomena, and often, those who experience such things run screaming into the arms of anything that will offer protection, usually religion of one sort or another, drugs, or psychiatry.
Anybody, under the best (or worst) of such circumstances, may come to the idea that there is some bizarre sort of conspiracy directed at them as an individual, and, according to the Cassiopaeans, they won't be far wrong. As they have said, "nobody is a nobody," and it is "no trouble at all for such forces to give seemingly individualized attention." After all, a single, small group of so-called aliens, with mastery over time, could be responsible for all such phenomena. All they would have to do would be to return to the same time over and over again, selecting only a different place and a different individual to harass, and all of the victims, being IN time, would have their experiences "simultaneously."
In reading cases of abduction, one becomes aware that there are many instances wherein the individual has no missing time, no memory of anything unusual, but has developed something like a phobia and goes to a therapist for help. One case involved a man who suddenly began to experience a serious reaction to a lonely stretch of road he had to travel every day to and from his job. It was a complete mystery to him why he was having panic attacks every time he approached this section of the highway, and he was quite shocked to have a "roadside" abduction come back to his memory under hypnosis. In other cases, the individual thinks they have experienced a "ghostly encounter," or for no apparent reason they have suddenly begun to manifest "psychic" abilities. (The reader might wish to have a look at Nick Pope's interesting book The Uninvited for elements of such cases from UK, along with some astute commentary.)
What this means is that anybody could be an "abduction victim" and they might never suspect it. And, as Jacques Vallee points out, the numbers who do have awareness of an unusual event who do NOT report it, when extrapolated from those who DO report encounters, could run into the multiple millions. And of course, there are still those who want us to believe that this is a government mind-control experiment. Yeah, right!
It is possible, of course, with the electronic technology of the present time, that multiplied millions of people could be - in certain respects - "programmed" via television, radio, music, video games, and so forth; that their subconscious could be taught a "binary code language" of electronic signals that are inaudible to the normal range of hearing; and that they could thereby be constantly picking up signals of some sort that are "unpacked" in their subconscious mind and emerge into their conscious mind as their own thoughts. We have even studied some specific technology of this type, and it is frightening in its implications. Using a binary code, speeding up the signal, entire books of information can be transmitted in almost no time at all, and the percipient would be certain that they were just "thinking it." It can even be individually directed with the addition of a personal "activation code." In this way, even "memories" could be introduced into the mind which would be accepted as the person's own experiences.
So, it is certainly true that human technology could produce a major phenomenon of belief system modification by simply broadcasting an inaudible signal over the globe, assuming that the recipients know the language and have been involved in activities whereby the "code" can be subliminally "taught."
This does not, of course, address the historical issue of "other-worldly beings." And we notice a large effort to distract attention away from those cases as though there is a program to gradually cover them up and induce belief in the idea that this is an "extra-terrestrial" phenomenon in strictly material terms. We have already mentioned the function of "memes" as mass mind viruses introduced by the Matrix in an effort to distract attention away from the true source of the phenomena. In short, all kinds of possibilities exist, even including mass hypnosis via such coded signals. And there are many, many people who prefer such an explanation to that of hyperdimensional realities and mind marauding, time-traveling critters with BO and questionable fashion statements.
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