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05 December 2020


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Mark Logan


On the subject of communication without language.

I had one truly unexplainable event on that. In the early 90's a crazy man broke into my sister's apartment and brutally assaulted her. She was gravely injured. The time when it happened was about 5:00AM where I was. At that time I got out of my bunk wide awake. No grogginess whatsoever. I didn't even have thoughts, I simply got up and got dressed with a feeling that I needed to be ready without a trace of a reason to be so. Barely finished brushing my teeth when the knock on the door summoning me for an urgent phone call from home came. I was already dressed, utterly clear and utterly awake...ready for battle...with nary a hint as to what for or the slightest question in my mind of why I felt that way. Literally on the other side of the world.

Physics? We have but cracked the surface.


OT, sorry, dragging us back to the sub-lunary like this, but Lord Malloch Brown, about whom David Habakkuk had posted a little while back as a dodgy character worth keeping an eye on is in the news. I took the liberty of posting in this comment thread since that associated with David's thread is way stale now. Again, apologies, Colonel.


Looks as if Mr. Habakkuk's suspicions were justified. Imagine him popping up on the radar screen right about now.
Huh... Another scheming, globalist Brit; they seem to be thick on the ground these days.

SAC Brat

Mark Logan,

I had the same feelings during the Challenger accident and the September 11 crashes. Something just happened. Turn on the tv and saw the news.

Fast forward to a few years ago and getting the hunch, and then contacting family and friends to make sure everything was ok. It was, but I like to chase down hunches whenever I feel them now. Some don't pan out, some hit something, but I don't want to pass them by.

Unhinged Citizen

I've never seen a UFO or anything I could remotely call super-natural in my life, but I do believe something is afoot, and have had a hobby-level interest in the topic.

Having done a deep dive into the literature and witness reports, I'm firmly in the Jacques Valles camp of interpretation of the phenomenon, meaning that I don't believe these are alien creatures necessarily in silver metallic saucers travelling between the stars to sample our DNA or whatever else, but rather that this is something profoundly different, bordering on our physical reality. Something to do with death, and our souls. These entities use technology, but nothing about their origins or motives is known. What is telling is they operate clandestinely and use deception.

Their emergence into our reality over the span of civilization seems to have elements of design. They may be responsible for our deities.



No no no, they are interstellar capitalists and came by to acquire luxury goods, the truly valuable things in trade. Why ode de Love Canal was a great seller at Seti Alpha five. Sadly it is no more. Shame, shame, shame. If only we had bottled some. Just imagine what a can of smog from LA, vintage 1982, or a bottle of Chateaux de Cuyahoga River 1969 would bring on Beatlejuex 2. Sad. We could pay off our national debt with a couple of cases of that..

The Twisted Genius


I'm glad you brought up your remote viewing and other experiences. My experience is limited to performing enough RV to prove to myself it's real. I'm confident humanity or some subgroup of humanity will understand and harness that skill/ability to the point we will wander the farthest reaches of the universe at will. We will join the ranks of beings and/or entities that already do so. Wouldn't it be a hoot if whales and forest spirits are there to greet us and say "What took you so long?"

blue peacock

When one considers the sheer scale of the universe and other universes as the most recent Nobel Prize winner postulates, then the probability of other life must be very high. We may have no concept of that life, however.


The Viking spacecraft are now in interstellar space and still sending some sensor data. Our curiosity about the universe has existed for millennia among philosophers, theologians and even mere mortals.

A big question is what does complete destruction of habitat for other species by humans on planet earth portend?


Yeah, Right

Is that an artist's rendition of the object that is shown here:

Or is that another event altogether?


TTG, Thank you for your post. I've long known trees communicate
with each other & now I know a bit more how. I love them.


That photograph appears to be a fairly simple CGI composite, which makes me doubt the honesty of the story told by anyone peddling it.


Looking at the Earth from space, it reminds us that all the human struggles and tribal politics are mundane.

"We are so small between the stars, So large against the sky."

We need more posts like this from the Colonel!



The original article says clearly that the triangle picture is an artist's rendering of a photograph he had seen. Got that?


yeah, right

"an artist's rendition of the object that is shown here" Yes! Yes!



Since you enjoyed those so much I will "share" another with you. I may have written about this before. In 2000 I was in Rome and was invited to a semi-private audience with JP2. There were about a dozen people, all involved in Catholic charities in the ME. When it was my turn I took a knee before him and kissed his hand rather than his ring. As I wrote yesterday, I am invested as a knight of a papal chivalric order (EOHS) and was swept up in the moment. He was all hunched over and looking crippled, but when I did that he looked up at me. Our faces were about two feet apart. "My father was a soldier," he said. and then after a moment, "You worry too much. I do not see anything very bad in you. You did what you did because it had to be..." I have a photograph of that moment, taken by a Vatican photographer. It hangs in my "how great I was room." I look at it every day.



Thanks for that video link of an experiment on how trees communicate with each other. I have to wonder if Doctor Simard was the inspiration for Richard Powers character in his Pulitzer prize winning novel The Overstory?


But apparently plantlife has more avenues of communication other than mycelia. Some scientists have shown that some plants also use electrical signaling, or VOCs like terpenoids, or chemical cues to talk to each other.



What about the government engineer Phil Schneider and the case of the Dulce firefight with 'beings' (aka large greys) underground? After Schneider went public, he was suicided in less than a year.


j. casey

I very much enjoyed your personal experiences in non-ordinary reality. Clearly, the statistics are very much against us being alone in the universe. However, I would add that this photo seems like the latest installment in a long-standing operation that has moved the triangle craft (various made-up names, TR3B, Aurora, etc.) from fringes and woo woo sites into the WaPo/Times state-media operations in preparation, I suspect, for a "big reveal" when needed. That reveal would wow the PopSci crew with a "it was our secret weapon all along, so secret that even military pilots didn't know about it!" More "fluffer" services by the so-called media for the weapons manufacturers.


The universe could be thought of as life and what we perceive around us is manifestations of that.
As a single cell doesn't comprehend it's role in creating human consciousness humanity can not understand its role in the grand order.
The finite can not comprehend the infinite but it sure is an enjoyable way to spent some of our very limited time here.


Col. Lang, I had a similar experience to yours with the Pope in a Japanese Monastery in 1972 as a young man. I was a guest at a semi private audience with the very old and venerable Abbot. When my turn came, he clasped my hand, looked right through me and told my host in Japanese that I would turn out all right, or that is how he translated it.

Clueless Joe

I'm late to the party, but all this is very interesting.
About alien ships going down under the sea, I would actually go for the most obvious reason - which is kind of a trope of Sci-Fi, notably video games Sci Fi: any careful probing of human civilization would show that we can monitor a lot of things that happens over the ground, yet we have a very limited grasp of what's under the seas of our very own planet. If any alien civilization wanted to set up an outpost, or even just a supply depot for basic logistical or emergency needs of their crafts, then putting it deep down in the ocean is definitely the best place, because odds that we would find it by mere luck are way lower than if they set it up in the Arctic, the desert or the jungle. I'd go for just a depot and not a fully-manned outpost, because the former doesn't need to have an active communication device, it can just be dead weight lying on the floor of the ocean, something you have to actively look for at this precise spot to find.

Eric Newhill

You've mentioned your remote viewing before. Very cool.

I agree with what you say about reaching out across the galaxies and maybe meeting the whales and all sorts of other beings out there. I think that day is always at hand - if only we freed up enough personal energy to move our focus away from earthly matters for a few hours a day and had faith in the power of soul.

I have found that as I raised a family, developed a career and tried to be the best of the best and fretted and all of that, my spiritual senses atrophied. Right now I'm so torqued over the election and burned out from lockdowns and work that I can't be there. I glimpse it, but can't reach it. Stress and its sister, Confusion, kill - physically, mentally and spiritually. I used to think I could play the game and still keep a foot in that other, more real, world. I have learned that I can't do it. I suspect we all find ourselves in that situation whether or not we realize it.

But we'll get there sooner or later. Either launching from this world or the next.

Mike C

My Dad was an aviation nut, likely that's where I picked up the habit. In the late 60's he was newly married, studying engineering at NDSU in Fargo, ND. Hector Int'l airport was a popular spot for Northwest Airlines to train flight crews, and on this particular day they were shooting touch-and-go's in their still fairly new 727s. NDSU sits just SE of the airport, my Mother remembers that it was "really noisy" where they lived. Watching the planes out the window, Dad saw something odd hovering in the sky, near the traffic pattern he thought. He showed my Mom. It was bright, round, seemed to have its own light. Dad thought this was important enough to report it to the air traffic control tower. Yes, they said, they saw it too. Shortly thereafter two F-102s from the 119th Wing (Happy Hooligans) were scrambled. According to my Dad, they hadn't even sucked in the gear before whatever it was sped off, zipped away, in a blink.

A little over two decades later, my sister was studying for her degree up at UND in Grand Forks. She and my brother-in-law had just gotten back from doing some astronomy observations, around 2 or 3am. "Great," said my BiL, "now the sky is clear." This is typical in astronomy, telescopes attract cloud cover. My sister looked up and was confused, she could see no stars. Then she realized that the absence of stars had a shape. I just talked to her on the phone and read to her the description in the article posted above. "Yep. A blunt-edged equilateral triangle." No lights were visible at the corners, however. She estimated it was "up to five fists wide", in angle approximation that would be 50 degrees of sky, but it might have been less. There was no sound, she felt whatever it was was massive. She only saw it for about 5 seconds, my BiL caught a glimpse, and then it too vanished.

-Just a couple family stories I wanted to throw on the pile.

For some further reading, look up the "Gorman Dogfight" and the experiences of Dr. John Salter, Jr.

j. casey

Some news on the op:

"The emails also seem to indicate that the research program that emanated from the patents did in fact result in an experimental demonstration of some sort. Last year, the publication of several unusual patents assigned to the U.S. Navy raised eyebrows due to the seemingly radical and unconventional claims found within them. These patents included bizarre technologies such as a “high temperature superconductor,” a “high frequency gravitational wave generator,” a force field-like “electromagnetic field generator,” a “plasma compression fusion device,” and a hybrid aerospace/underwater craft featuring an “inertial mass reduction device.” They truly sound like the stuff of science fiction and seem to describe the theoretical building blocks of a craft with UFO-like performance."

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