Those are questions I've been getting in the last few months. The sheer level of UFO activity that has been mentioned online and in other media (the only one for me being CNN) has clearly demonstrated that. Frankly, in my view if, tomorrow, the U.S. Government chose to reveal a bunch of dead, mangled, rotted alien bodies before the world, I don't think that anyone would be worried, scared or even terrified. I think most people would be amazed, and eager to see what aliens really look like. That's how I feel. But, it hasn't happened. And, as I see it, there are only two options: (a) there will be disclosure; or (b) there won't be disclosure. But you knew that, right? Right! So, here's how I see it: the reason why we aren't getting full disclosure is because there's something that is so monumentally bizarre or terrifying that no-one wants to reveal it. And because no-one in government wants to reveal it. The approach of the government may simply be: "We don't know how to say it, or how reveal it, so let's just hide it. Forever. " I sometimes think that really is why we don't have disclosure and may never will. Possibly, it can't be told without fucking up all of human civilization.
I should stress I don't have any new, secret rumors to support what I'm about to say now. None, at all. But, there is one picture that I believe could be the one that ensures we never get to know the complete, full picture. I'll say this: I'm not a religious person. I have no particular stance on life after death, deities, gods, Hell, Heaven, reincarnation, and so on. Although, dogs just have to have souls. A greater animal was never created. Far better than us. Like most people, I occasionally wonder about it all, but that hardly makes things any clearer. It just means I occasionally have opinions on such controversies. There is however, one issue - directly related to all that Heaven and Hell stuff - that I think would be the key issue that would prevent us (all of us) from being informed. It's a story that revolves around the human soul. Now and again, I've been told of tales concerning the human soul and its supposed links to the UFO subject. I started to get a lot of information on this issue in 2007 when I was researching my book, Final Events, and interviewing a few people from the so-called Collins Elite group.
Some of the C.E. members told me of a belief (not proof) in their ranks that the human soul was suspected of being a form of "fuel" for the black-eyed Grays of Ufology. In simple terms, the scenario was very similar to the picture in The Matrix: that our souls are nothing less than fodder to the aliens. Rather than being reliant on electricity, as is the picture. And, that's why we can never be told, so it goes for some. Because it's too terrifying: kind of like the classic words of Charles Fort: "We are someone else's property." I didn't have long and lengthy conversations with the Collins Elite about all of this (I wish I did), but I can say that most of them had bought into that angle of soul-stealing ETs. And, when I did bring it up, it caused a lot of awkwardness. In some cases, fear. I'm hardly religious, but it even made me feel a bit clammy and cold when it was first shared with me.
Of course, there's nothing new about this theory of aliens really being demons. When, however, you get the picture of it from a guy in his seventies, who worked for the Defense Intelligence Agency, and who was talking, in serious tones, about how the story cannot be told - and while leafing through the pages of Kurt Seligmann's 1948 book, The Mirror Magic - things start to get a bit serious - and surreal. With that said, let's take a look at what sounds eerily similar to some of the things I was told from 2007 to 2010. Probably the one person, more than any other, who concludes that the alien presence on our planet is driven by the "soul-scenario" is Nigel Kerner. He has written two books on the subject. They are The Song of the Greys and Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls. Combined, they make a worryingly persuasive argument for the theory that aliens somehow "use" the human soul. Danielle Silverman, Kerner’s assistant, prepared the following for me on his theories and conclusions. She stated that Kerner, "...went on to delineate a fascinating concept, explaining that a 'soul' might be a derivational information field that comes out of a natural cadence that came into the Universe with the big bang. This field holds the power to maintain information in what he called a morphogenetic electro-spatial field with an eternal scope of existence in whatever form circumstance allows. The soul is thus an ancestrally contiguous and coherent mechanism for holding information."
It’s also worth noting the experience of Sergeant John Healey, of the U.S. Army Reserve. On the night of October 18, 1973, he encountered a brightly-lit UFO, as he and his colleagues were on-board a UH-1H helicopter, rapidly closing in on Cleveland Hopkins, Airport, Ohio. In the aftermath of the encounter – which, in essence, was a near-collision between the two craft – Healey had several weird out-of-body experiences, as he told to UFO investigator, Jennie Zeidman. It was, he explained, as if he was dead in his bed, and that his spirit was above him, staring down at his sleeping form in the bed. That Sergeant Healey’s experiences occurred not in relation to the abduction phenomenon, but to a UFO sighting, suggests that other components of the UFO issue come into play when it comes to the relationship between UFOs, life after death, and our souls. Notably, several members of the helicopter crew were later contacted by representatives of the Department of Defense, who exhibited interest in – and deep concerns about – the UFO / soul-ingestion angle. This suggests a disturbing scenario: that certain elements of the U.S. Government may know something of the origins and agenda of the paranormal parasites.
It’s a fact that most people who have studied the claims of Bob Lazar focus their attentions on what he had to say about the UFOs allegedly held at S-4, as well as his statements concerning Element 115. There is one issue that doesn’t get the attention that it really should. It’s a part of Lazar’s story which takes things down a path that is filled with disturbing revelations involving the afterlife. One of the many briefing papers that Lazar said he read at S-4 stated that the aliens refer to us, the human race, as what we would call "Containers." But, containers of what? Well, that’s where things get really controversial. Lazar told KLAS-TV’s George Knapp "religion was created so we have some rules and regulations for the sole purpose of not damaging the containers." As for the "Containers," the Knapp-Lazar discussion then went into the matter of human souls and their importance. How much of all this (some of it, all of it, none of it) is true, I have to say I don't know. What I do know for sure, though, is that there are a lot of people in the U.S. government, and in the U.S. intelligence community, who do believe this is the real picture. And, from their perspective, that's why we won't get full disclosure. We'll get a sanitized-type disclosure. Because, they say, it's much easier on everyone. A case of what we don't get won't hurt us. Until, possibly, it eventually does.