The Pyramids and the Pentagon by Nick Redfern
In 1991, Timothy Cooper came forth with a massive amount of “top secret” data on Roswell, alien tech and a shadowy group of individuals who would become known as the Majestic-12, or simply MJ-12. His father, Harry Cooper, fed him bits of information about the truth at White Sands, that as Cooper investigates, there were remains of an ancient manuscript, which NSA code-breakers interpreted as a kind of “proto-Hebrew”. This data seemed to indicate that ancient deities and architecture were much more the product of ancient alien technology and culture creation on the part of alien beings. Some of this data being directly related to the search for the Dead Sea Scrolls, and the psychedelic visitations of the Book of Daniel. It is explained that many ancient civilizations have overlapping flood stories, but they all have an ark. That’s where the interest begins at high levels of government, it seems the Nazis, MI6, and the CIA were all after the ark, finds from within it even, making their way to the Smithsonian Institute, before disappearing completely. The CIA took their own brand of interest in the Ark even attending an author’s talk on Mt.Ararat (the supposed ice covered tomb of the real boat). They took further interest in George Van Tassel, an early UFO enthusiast and contactee who was told the Ten Commandments were the actual laws of the “space people” and Christianity was an alien agenda for controlled growth for our species. The Air Force established ideas like Project Moon Dust to, in part, deal with what may have been found in the Ark. This relates to stories of it not being wood at all, but some kind of crashed UFO… Meanwhile a man named Morris Jessup traveled to the world’s sacred sites and produced theories about acoustic power being used to float the stones in place at the sites, somewhat based off stories from the ancients about magical sound powers and rods that could lift tons. Redfern points out that those interested in exotic technology related to anti-gravity were under government surveillance, and that the government’s atomic programs may just be a repeat of the kind of fighter jet nuclear parables that may be indicated in the ancient language of the Mahabharata. This was something that Oppenheimer seemed to be dropping clues about since his public misquoting of the text…
Andrija Puharich and his work with Harry Stone and the Amanita Muscaria mushroom were based on the idea that Puharich thought the mushrooms could lead to out of body experiences or even astral travel. Of course the military wanted to master these skills in the height of the Cold War for quite specific purposes, but Puharich had his own set of agendas it seems. Now, I suggest the book, of course, as Nick goes into Mysterious stones in England, Mars anomalies and Mac Tonnies, and military occupied djinn stargates; but I want to focus on something particularly for my readers here. Redfern explains that the Nine, although originally representative of the Nine Principles or Egyptian gods, wound up sounding quite racist, and even quite distinctly like the CIA; trying to influence the New Age movement. Puharich himself mastered electronically implanted voices, hypnotism, and psychedelic influence on the military’s dime before the events of “The Nine” ever took place. (pages 123-129 being the best, most well rounded explanation I have ever heard from the bizarre organization and it’s subsequent channelings and projects. Gene Roddenberry, of course being someone they know could change the course of human imagination and therefore innovation if influenced correctly.) Later in the book (don’t wanna ruin all of it) Redfern calmly explains Jack Kirby and Tom Corbett’s science fiction prophecies, (Something I’ve touched upon in my articles, that in the case of Kirby, is illustrated issue by issue over at the Secret Sun) the details of which are breathtakingly unbelievable in both arenas.
Now for the terror stopping story of The Lord of Light (Jack Kirby’s, should have been, Eternals theme park) from researcher and author Loren Coleman.