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Thursday, October 20, 2011

Yes, Astronaut Edgar Mitchell, there are UFOs and Men in Black

Astronaut Edgar Mitchell claims ET is here, but the mainstream media fails to understand the big picture. If you can't nail down the UFO phenomenon, you can track the persons who are involved in the mystery. Francis Pharcellus Church's brilliant insight into the human spirit remains relevant for a modern civilization seeking its place in the cosmos.
Futurist, STARstream Research
This page was last updated 09/21/2011 05:55:59 PM -0000
( --  It's interesting how the mainstream media downplays the connection made by Apollo astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell, the sixth man to walk on the moon, between UFOs and the "men in black."

Over the weekend I took a few minutes to review interviews conducted with Dr. Mitchell when he appeared on CNN, Fox, and other programs in the summer of 2008, following his claim on Kerrang Radio in the UK of a government cover-up of an extraterrestrial presence.

According to Dr. Edgar Mitchell, the aliens are here.

As one commentator noted, "Dr. Mitchell, if this is true, this would be the story of the century!"

Of course the true believers already know the UFOs have arrived. And they hold a million tales of alien visitation near and dear to their hearts.

Yes, Astronaut Edgar Mitchell, there are UFOs and Men in Black.

Your little friends in the media are wrong, sir.

"They have been affected by a skepticism of a skeptical age."

UFOs and Men in Black exist as certainly as paranoia and duplicity, deception and misdirection, cover-ups and scandals, misdeeds and mistakes, tricksters all, hidden under the guise of protecting our national security.

"They do not believe except they see. They think that nothing can be that is not comprehensible by their little minds."

"All minds," Dr. Mitchell, "Whether they be men's or children's, are little. In this great universe of ours, man is a mere insect, an ant in his intellect, as compared with the boundless world about him, as measured by the intelligence capable of grasping the whole of truth and knowledge."

The power of these words, penned by Francis Pharcellus Church in 1897, transcend and translate universal truth.

A truth no one knows better than you, Dr. Mitchell, when you gazed at our tiny world lost in the blackness of infinite space and knew there was more intelligence "out there" than the little minds of men could hold.

First steps; infant steps taken toward the stars.


Alas! How dreary would be late night talk radio, were there no UFOs, aliens, and Men in Black. It would be as dreary as if there were no Dr. Edgar Mitchell to bring forth a disclosure of the secrets and the cover-ups.

"There would be no child-like faith then, no poetry, no romance to make tolerable this existence."

Not believe in UFOs sir?

You might as well not believe in the Men in Black, who watch every sensor in space, every movement on the Earth, read every message as it passes from spark to thought around our world and back again.

You might as well not believe in Ingo Swann, in spite of his TOP SECRET clearance, who flew to the moon and back on a thought, not a rocket, and later trained teams of psychics to provide defense intelligence under approval of the Deputy Secretary of Defense and Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency.

You might ask the NSA, but even if then they did not find a single UFO or an alien presence, what would that prove?

"The most real things in the world are those than neither men nor children can see ... Nobody can conceive or imagine all the wonders there are unseen and unseeable in the world."

We have been told about these things, and have heard a few tales as well.

We have heard that the Men in Black cannot track the phenomena, so instead they track the people involved with the phenomena.

We have heard about "network analysis" and secret government "core stories," about "alien guests of the U.S. government," and "extraterrestrial biological entities."

We have heard tales of government cover-ups, of secret locations, of reverse engineered extraterrestrial derived technologies, of minds, machines, and madness.

We have read accounts from "human time machines" and their predictions of 9/11 years and months before the events took place.

We have seen letters, documents, email messages, declassified memorandums, power plays, Internet spy games, and fingers pointed to those who are no longer with us.

We have read the testimony of your late colleague, Mercury astronaut Gordon Cooper, about engineering information passed on to NASA from a "telepathic extraterrestrial source."

We have experienced the magic of dreams and visions, encounters at the limit of the human mind, and the reality beyond.

"You may tear apart a baby's rattle, to see what makes the noise inside, but there is a veil covering the unseen world which not the strongest man, nor even the united strength of all the strongest men that ever lived, could tear apart. Only faith, fancy, poetry, love, romance can push aside that curtain and view and picture the supernal beauty and glory beyond."

Is it all real?

Are there UFOs and Men in Black, an alien presence, hidden agendas and a cosmic mystery?

Yes, Dr. Mitchell, "in all this world there is nothing else as real and abiding."
(The author acknowledges a deep appreciation for the words of Francis Pharcellus Church, which inspired this article.)