The Great Unicorn Hunt!

Think about it, if unicorns are real, what else exists? If there are unicorns, maybe there are dragons? What about “aliens?” What about God? Can Source coexist with unicorns?

Stick Around for the Big Announcement at the End!

Any semblance to unicorns real or imaginary is purely coincidental. No unicorns were harmed in the writing of this article.

Pretend for a moment that you’re really interested in unicorns. You know, looks like a horse with a horn in the middle of its forehead. You’ve always believed in unicorns, but you’ve never found any real proof that they exist. But in your heart of hearts, you know they’re real and they’re magical. (Still pretending.)

Now, our friend Charlie doesn’t believe in unicorns. In fact, he regularly makes fun of unicorns and us for liking unicorns. He thinks unicorns are stupid and anyone who likes unicorns is hopeful, desperate, or mentally ill.

We also have a friend named Alice. She refuses to believe anything that isn’t written in the Bible. She goes to church twice a week and personally greets everyone at the door. The knows the reverend’s schedule better than he does. Unicorns aren’t in the Bible so they can’t possibly exist as far as Alice is concerned.

One day I come to you and say, “Hey, a unicorn came to me in a dream and showed me the secret location of the Great Magical Unicorn Forest. It’s buried deep in the woods in Colorado and I’m putting together a group to go find it. Of course, being a fellow unicorn fanatic and true believer, you’re automatically coming with me. But what of our unicorn skeptics, Charlie and Alice?

Yes, Really! There is one here.

The unicorn skeptics are faced with a dilemma.

I’m a nice guy. I invite Charlie and Alice to come on the photo safari to the Great Magical Unicorn Forest. Both people are now in a major quandary over this. It’s all over social media. I promised my unicorn friends I wouldn’t reveal the location until my search party was ready to go. Unicorns are very shy and more easily spooked than horses, after all. I mean, they’ve been around for thousands of years and somehow remained the subject of myth and legend. Obviously we want to keep the actual location of the unicorns safe from poachers and other such interlopers.

Charlie absolutely believes I’m certifiable and tries to talk everyone out of coming with me on the unicorn safari. There is absolutely no way me and my rapidly forming unicorn fanatic following could possibly be going to find the real thing. Does Charlie come along for the ride just to prove there isn’t even a horse pasture out there, much less a unicorn? Does he go along for the ride just to poke fun at all of us, “hopeful, desperate and mentally ill” weirdos?

If Charlie is right, and I’m nuts, he gets to have bragging rights for life and I might even get locked up somewhere. At which point I probably deserve it for leading people astray on a wild unicorn safari. Then again, if there are unicorns…

Now Charlie has lost face in the worst possible way. If there are unicorns, what else is out there? Dragons, maybe? What about Pegasus? Years of hardened skepticism, snarky intellectual superiority, and all of that internet trolling goes right down the drain. If unicorns exist, what about aliens, or even God? Charlie isn’t along for the unicorn ride, but he’s watching for the video, audio, pictures, and eyewitness testimony from fifteen plus people afterward.

Unicorn conspiracy theory…

Poor Alice is also in a massive dilemma. She’s facing years of religious dogma and indoctrination being completely, horribly wrong. How could it be? How could the good reverend have ever gotten it wrong. Didn’t all the mythical critters die in the Great Flood in the Bible? There wasn’t room for the unicorns and the dragons on Noah’s Ark. How could there be a magical unicorn forest? This must be the work of the devil. Look, an evil cult even sprung up around the unicorn forest on social media.

Obviously an evil unicorn cult with all of those Instagram followers must be up to no good. We have to speak out against them in church on Sunday. “Unicorns and their long tails, beautiful manes, shiny horns and rainbow farts…they’re just, just… evil? Must be demons or something, right?”

So Alice isn’t coming. She trolls me and my unicorn friends online every chance she gets afterward. She’s on a crusade to get me banned from social media and quotes Bible verses at me every chance she gets. It won’t do any real harm, just not a lot of good, either.

Alice suffers from the same problem a lot of business and religious zealots share. If unicorns are real, what else is real? There’s no keeping the lid on the amount of publicity unicorns are going to receive once this goes public. There is no official government policy on unicorns, even though they have secretly known about the Unicorn Forest since 1947 when it was decided to keep it quiet. Obviously magic poses a massive problem for big business and religion alike. Now all of the stuff they’ve been telling us about “reality” and keeping us chained to their way of doing things, i.e. slowly, painfully and expensively, are going to fall apart.

So the skeptics stay home. The unbelievable photo safari to the Great Unicorn Forest commences. We all have an amazing time riding the unicorns. There’s lots of photo ops, a portable head x-ray to prove they’re legit, and video of famous journalists and fantasy authors riding the unicorns. Unicorn Disclosure happens. All of the skeptics on #unicorntwitter are forever stymied. Big business and organized religion struggle to recover and eventually fail. Hypothetically, my trip to the unicorn forest would turn the world on its ear, right?

Hope you enjoyed my hypothetical scenario, because it’s about to get REAL!
Only it’s not unicorns. It’s legit Higher consciousness Beings!!!

Añjali is now one step closer to her expedition to bring the Beings to the rest of the world. They’ve always been here! But now instead of hearing about them and all of the telepathic contact with a few true believers, we’re going to finally get to know real beings! I’m so excited for Añjali and whatever team we get to meet. This is so amazing!!!

Thank you if you made it this far. I appreciate you! Stay safe. See you again soon.

“Proof…”

“Proof” is a slippery slope. How do you get recordings of what may be non-corporeal, non-physical beings who communicate telepathically. Here, prove you exist..

#ufotwitter needs to get a clue and give Añjali a break.

Well, family, I stepped in it. Here’s the problem. I legitimately think Añjali is onto something. My own guides, star family, and angels are telling me- heck, every part of my being up to my Higher Self is saying something is coming. I know we say it a lot in spirituality and ufology, but I legit think someone, probably Añjali, is going to finally bridge the gap between the beings and all of us regular citizens of Gaia.

I’m in danger of being accused of being a cultist. It’s the farthest thing from the truth, but people will still accuse me of siding with the expedition and Añjali regardless. It’s a no-win. But then again, there’s no win to be found as far as I can tell.

I see two main problems right now. First, everyone is hollering about “proof.” Prove what? That the beings she’s speaking-of actually exist? Hello. Yes they do! But that’s not good enough, apparently.

The second dilemma is more of a rift in the community itself. We have some people that will only believe the great and powerful Lue Elizondo. Right now, they won’t believe anything in Ufology unless it’s rolling out of his mouth. Never mind all that time Dr Greer, J Allen Hynek, Richard Dolan, Nick Pope, Stanton Friedman, George Knapp, Linda Moulton Howe and even David Wilcock have put in trying to put Ufology in the public spotlight. Obviously Lue is the new messiah that is going to lead us to “Disclosure,” whatever that means now.

@anjaliongaia at her groundbreaking press conference.

They’re setting her up to fail.

“Proof” is a slippery slope. How do you get recordings of what may be non-corporeal, non-physical beings who communicate telepathically. Here, prove you exist..

It makes me ill. It seems like no matter what “proof” the expedition comes back with, no one on #ufotwitter is going to be satisfied. I get that you can’t please all of the people all of the time, but for crying out loud- believe SOMETHING. Be satisfied with something.

How does anyone expect to get physical evidence from non-physical beings? I’m begging for contact from said beings just to confirm that statement. Not everyone is “built” for extradimensional/extraterrestrial contact, Maybe the general public is or isn’t ready. But the Higher Beings have been around or among us for a very long time. They know humans for better or worse. I know the beings themselves are telling Añjali that they’re going to do it, but everyone is asking, “How?”

I continue to challenge the Ufology community, even Añjali herself to come up with some kind of viable parameters. What data are we trying to collect? What hypotheses are we attempting to prove? We want to be scientific with the data from the beings. Okay. Great. What’s going to constitute as viable proof? What data ranges on which meters? What’s a viable sample? I’m open to this on the basis of faith far more than hard science.

That’s where it goes to pieces- No one can give me a straight answer. You want to prove these various otherworldly/extradimensional/higher consciousness beings exist? What do you want? Eyewitness testimony? Pictures? An actual physical specimen? Pretty sure the Mantid and the Gray could hold a press conference and somebody is going to cry “Fake!” no matter what they do.

Here’s what’s going to happen. The skeptics and the very anti-Añjali crowd are going to chew the evidence to pieces. I can hear it now: It’s a DMT-induced hallucination. It’s a couple of Wayne’s friends in rubber suits. It’s CGI. And how the Hell do you get a physical specimen of a non-physical presence that communicates telepathically?!? The real mind-bender here is: if you prove these beings exist, God/Source/Universal Consciousness is next. Seriously, it’s a short leap.

How many times have we seen eyewitness experiencer accounts get shot to pieces, especially on #ufotwitter? I’ve seen people take pot shots at the Travis Walton encounter, the Devil’s Den incident, the Lonnie Zamora case and even Betty and Barney Hill on Twitter for crying out loud! It’s like people just don’t want to take “Yes” for an answer. We have so much evidence in Ufology staring us right in the faces and we refuse to believe because “there’s no physical evidence.” Yeah… thousands upon thousands of eyewitness accounts, photos, videos, EVPs, crop circles, news reports, documentaries, experiencer testimony, Dolores Cannon, and so on, but that’s just not enough… Sigh.

The next “Oh Shit!” moment for the expedition is going to come when they have even the slightest equipment malfunction. Okay, with love and light, I know the beings have promised they won’t interfere with the equipment. Honestly, I’m not convinced. We have seen time and time again where perfectly functional, fully charged equipment breaks down in front of high vibrational beings. Highly competent ghost hunters, crop circle researchers, and ufologists have all had massive equipment fails along with missing time. At least one researcher I know literally had the ETs tell here to shut her equipment off and she complied willingly.

People are going to freak out on Añjali over every little hitch in the process. I can’t imagine the living hell this is going to turn into if batteries suddenly fail, cameras and audio go blank after the encounter, or if the whole thing goes down telepathically (which is what I expect) and/or everyone gets teleported away from the gear and no raw physical data gets gathered, not that some people are willing to believe it anyway.

He’s 100% correct, btw.

Then there’s the rest…

I know I’m squarely in the corner of both the beings and Añjali. I really admire and appreciate what they’re doing. I really want this to be successful with all my heart. I intend to help any way I can. I understand Añjali has asked us to be kind to one another and even the skeptics and nay-sayers. But, I can’t sit on the sidelines and watch such a gentle being getting ripped to shreds by certain UFO Twitfologists who I won’t even name here.

It’s always the same song and dance with these people, though. On the one hand, praise the mighty Lue Elizondo. On the other hand, try to discredit, disavow, mock, taunt, and/or argue with Añjali over anything and everything they can dream up. I mean, seriously. She looked off camera during an interview at her partner and someone accused her of checking a simple statement with her CIA handlers. Even the innocuous stuff on Twitter from her private life draws low-brow jabs from her detractors. It really saddens me. No one attacks Lue as far as I’ve seen.

Añjali just can’t catch a break on Twitter and I feel like someone should step in. Like, an entire community should step in. Oh, that’s right. Then we’re a “cult.” Remind me to go back later and explain cults in another post. I wrote a rather extensive article on the subject a few years ago. Añjali has asked her friends not to intervene on her behalf, but damn if I’m not frustrated and stubborn.

Yet the great and nigh-omniscient Lue Elizondo has people literally eating out of his hands every day because he’s been in the mainstream media talking about UAP footage. He just signed a book deal. I’m sure that will go well for him. Yay for Lue. Between Lue and Jeremy Corbell, I think the mainstream news is pretty saturated with UFO/UAP talk these days.

WOW!!!

One of the other questions I keep asking is, “What are the #ufotwitter elite going to do when Añjali drop the same information?” Añjali even went so far as to say Lue would eventually mirror her findings. Holy crap! Really?

And I know I’m far enough below Lue’s notice that he would never stoop so low as to comment on anything I post, so I’m not worried about offending him. His pack of rabid, drooling fans on the other hand make Corey Goode’s people look weak… (cringe.) I think it’s funny that people already have me blocked on Twitter and I rarely take sides on anything. Okay, at least until this came along.

Full confession: I do tend to take Añjali’s side probably a little more than I should. I also get a little giddy when she responds to my posts. She’s one of the closest people to the actual source I have found in the community. I’ve chatted with a few others, but she’s in a league all of her own. I would join Añjali’s expedition in a heartbeat as I have said prior. It’s history in the making no matter what happens. (End fanboy mode.)

Which is not to say that I dislike Lue Elizondo. Actually, I admire what he’s done in the public arena. He and Christopher Mellon have done wonders for public Disclosure. (Although my take on Disclosure is changing and I’ll get into that more in another post.) Lue and Añjali both served their country and I will always respect them on that alone. Thank you for your service one and all. Lots of love there.

I know people like to infer that Lue or Añjali are still working as agents of the government. Name your three letter agency, there. Personally, I think that’s all hogwash. Yes, use your discernment. If either one had a handler, they’ve probably long since given up on trying to spin the narrative. It’s got enough momentum of its own, short of someone blowing their NDA to pieces, I don’t think either person is going to add much from the US Government perspective. I also pity da fool that messes with Lue physically… (eesh.)

So if Lue does catch wind of this, I hope we can all be friends. Please? Because there’s enough room in the world for us all to be successful. My whole point here is people need to back of Añjali and give her the chance she deserves.

Namaste all.

At the end of this, let’s all just move forward and get along. It’s not worth fighting and badgering each other on Twitter or anywhere else. Añjali’s expedition is going to go off eventually. I’m eager to hear the results. If all goes well, we might ALL know the conclusion of the meeting with the Higher Beings, anyway. I’m still holding the light and the notion that all may be revealed very soon. (Again, I’ll cover that in another article.)

Until then, please be good to each other. Stay safe. See you again soon.

UFOLOGY needs a Win.

Ufology must move beyond the study of random videos of dots and blobs in the sky and the same dozen or so tired cases from the 1950’s and 1960’s.

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I tweeted the other day, “Without Disclosure drama and colorful personalities, Ufology would just be random videos of dots and blobs in the sky.”

Every few months or so, we hear “big news is coming.” Or in the spiritual community, we regularly hear about “the event.” The big news tends to be a huge fizzle, like the 180 Day UAP Report to Congress or Lue Elizondo’s latest interview that told us exactly the same nothing burger as the one before it. The spiritual event ends up being not a solar flash, not the latest apocalypse, and really nothing worthy of getting excited over. Then we hear, “Don’t worry, all the cool stuff happened in an alternate timeline.” Or maybe they got wiped out and we didn’t.

I would be overjoyed if ETs landed on the White House lawn in broad daylight and somehow didn’t get shot down. I would love it if gentle, peaceful contact happened out in the open in any country in the world. Finally, proof to the general public that these beings DO exist. I know it would be the best thing to happen to the nuts-and-bolts ufologists.

Some of us are already believers.

Whether you do CE5 or you just believe in your spirit guides, star family and/or angelic guides, you are willing to accept that these higher dimensional or ET beings exist. Even if you are willing to believe some government made physical contact and cut a deal with these beings, you are a believer. If you’re an experiencer or contactee, you’re undoubtedly a believer. We know they’re out there. The catch is, the other two thirds of Ufology disagrees due to a lack of physical evidence.

Sadly, the skeptics are never going to believe anything to do with telepathy, ETs, spirit guides or anything besides their own very narrow, jaded opinions. According to skeptics as well as atheists, there is no God, when we die we become dust and we’re alone in the Universe. I respect skeptics and where most are coming from, but there are some phenomena that can’t be ignored statistically or even scientifically.

Btw, do the math, family- There are BILLIONS of stars, each with its own solar system of planets, each with an untold number of moons. Do you really think us measly humans are alone in the Universe? How is that even possible? Randomly life has evolved elsewhere. Very likely millions upon millions of times over. Randomly, from that sample, some beings are going to have more advanced technology than we have on Earth and very likely they , too, will be looking for life among the stars.

And the nuts-and-bolts Ufologists, I love you, but y’all need to relax. Science can only take us so far in this field. It’s been said hundreds of times- Magic is just science that is not yet understood. We still don’t fully understand gravity. Time? That’s a troublesome animal. Free energy (One of my favorite subjects.) is still out of reach, possibly due to greed and stupidity that has nothing to do with science. If ET has ANY of those things, maybe we should contact and embrace them? Who says they even have “technology” as we would recognize it?

This lady needs a win.

Añjali needs a win and I think she’s going to get it.

Please contact @anjaliongaia on Twitter or find her on LinkedIn if you have questions. I am going to confess to being very biased at this point toward Añjali. Her story, her written work, the press conference and even her hypnotic regression are all very reassuring that she knows what she’s doing. I think she knows what she’s talking about. These beings are real. Their message seems very consistent with other ET contacts and spiritual leaders. Again, this is my opinion. You may see it differently.

She’s putting together a team to go back into the tunnel where she made contact with what have been described as “higher beings.” Even if this team goes in with full video, audio, electromagnetic, thermal, radiation, and whatever other gear you want to name, and by some miracle nothing malfunctions and dies instantly in the presence of these beings- I promise you right now someone will jump on #ufotwitter and cry “Fake!” Because obviously a dozen or more witnesses and irrefutable scientific proof isn’t enough for some folks.

Let’s live in the dream fulfilled. Everything goes well. Contact with the beings is even livestreamed on more than one YouTube channel and maybe even the mainstream media catches this story. Will this be the end of society as we currently understand it? I doubt it.

Yes, it’s HUGE! It’s still going to draw ridiculous amounts of fire from critics. Some people are literally going to poo themselves in anger and fly into a rage because their specific take on reality is being radically altered. It’s not the War of the Worlds radio broadcast.

I think the general public is ready for contact. There won’t be a frantic panic among the masses until/unless mainstream media suddenly deems the beings to be a threat. When everything goes well, there will be no mistaking these beings for anything other than peaceful and benevolent. Does that make the whole story more incredible? Maybe.

Some businesses and dogmatic religions, as Añjali has mentioned, are severely threated by the truth. Their way of corporate or religious life is going to come crashing down around them as soon as they start to realize they’re not the only game in town, God is universal, and life itself is not confined to the Earth. There is no bigger story that will ever be on the news. And the “Dark Cabal” or “Illuminati” is going to have a real mess on their hands. Thus begins the end of the programmed narrative. Humanity’s enlightenment to the greater Universe has begun.

Here’s the cool part- global telecommunications. When the Añjali story and that of the expeditions breaks, it’s going to go global faster than anyone could shut it down. It’s going to hit bigger and harder in the mainstream media than the global pandemic or any war ever will. Of course, there’s always a possibility people will have their nosed buried in their phones and they’ll believe whatever they hear. Grim, but possible.

While ET contact will not fix all of humanity’s problems, and certainly not overnight. Please believe beyond a doubt change will be upon us. Once the ball is rolling, the beings will not let it stop. We, the believers, experiencers and contactees won’t let it stop.

Then the rest…

I know Lue Elizondo has announced a big book deal recently and he’s promising us previously unrevealed shocking secrets. Is it a cash grab? That remains to be seen. Some say Añjali is making a cash grab despite she has repeatedly said this is not for financial profit. Maybe Lue will deliver, but I keep wondering what he will come up with that he hasn’t said already. Worse, will anyone believe him? Will his story hold up any better than that of Añjali’s expedition?

Lue is the flavor of the year in Ufology. He has been interviewed on more mainstream broadcasts than any given Ufologist I can think of in the last decade or more. Even the YouTube crowd has latched onto him. Personally, I’m very careful about what he says and where the narrative is coming from. Is he more “right” or “wrong” than Añjali? Please decide for yourself. It could really go either way or both could be correct. If anyone moves us closer to Disclosure or enlightenment and brings us closer to ending decades of suffering, greed, lies, secrets, and corruption, please just do it!

The most positive takeaway from #ufotwitter as of late has been that we’re talking about Ufology. We’re moving beyond debates over photos and videos of little dots and blobs in the sky being fake or not. We’re discussing phenomena, divine beings, nuts-and-bolts, and not the same old tired cases from the 1950’s and 1960’s. If I have to hear one more word about Roswell, I’m gonna barf. Yes, Ufology has a rich and interesting history, but if we can’t move forward, we’re shutting down. Humanity can’t afford for us to shut down and bury our heads in the sand for another 70+ years.

Please, keep trying to make contact. Please keep listening for the beings. Please, keep the faith. We’re going to get there. Our day in the sun is coming. It’s not a hoax or a threat.

Stay safe. See you again soon.

We are all one big family!

Stop Splitting the Community!!!

There are no ulterior motives showing. Family, friends- Añjali is in this for the human race. This is it. This is what we’ve been doing with CE-5. This is what our spirit guides, angels, and especially our star family has been pushing us to remember. This is the big wake up call.

Dear #UFOTwitter : Please, stop looking for ways to divide the community!

Time for just a little backstory. About a week ago, this very lovely lady, a lightworker named Añjali (Angelina Lynn Schultz) gave a press conference at the Lincoln Memorial regarding extraterrestrial contact. She knocked it out of the park!

This is Añjali.

No joke, it’s like she was reading from a book I haven’t written yet. My entire journey over the last five or six years in Ufology and spirituality just materialized right there during her speech.

The speech can be found here on YouTube.

The beings exist. They’re ready to begin making contact. Everything we learned from Dr Steven Greer, Kryon, Lorie Ladd, Daniel Scranton, Ra, and so many, many others is true. It’s all finally happening. I think the thing I’m most impressed with is the fact that someone else gets it! This truly, truly amazing lady just put it all out there in the span of an hour and fifteen minutes, AND is putting together a team to make further contact with these beings. They are planning an expedition down the same tunnel that Añjali’s contact, Wayne, has dug at his home. A full team, with as much scientific gear as they can carry to make contact!

No lie, I’d run down that tunnel with open arms. Science be damned. Equipment be damned. Take me home! I believe you Anjali. I believe you and them. I’ve been waiting for this day my whole life. Now, there’s a few caveats to all of this I want to point out.

  1. I’m not crazy. Añjali isn’t crazy. This is real. It might seem incredulous to skeptical, jaded minds that maybe, just maybe we’re finally on the verge of contact and it didn’t come from the government, the scientific community or some well-known journalist.
  2. This isn’t a cult. We know there are people in Ufology who are determined to have followers who believe them and only them. There’s usually a large bankroll to be had from cultivating followers. This lady has not asked for anyone to blindly follow her. She has not asked for a single penny. She has even acknowledged that many will not believe her or follow her out of fear. (Fear of being openly mocked or scorned.)
    I’m on my own path. If I sensed there was cult behavior going on, I’d ditch. I truly do not believe this is shady, deceitful, serving an ego, dogmatic, or any other signs of cult behavior.
  3. This isn’t for profit. Añjali stated several times that she is not looking to make any money on this deal. The expedition she is planning will be privately funded by a few hand-picked, possibly undisclosed sources. (I know who I’d ask if I were her, but we’ll see what happens.) She’s even putting electronic copies of her book out for free. She’s not hosting live events or charging $1,000 per plate to sit next to her at a charity dinner. True and honest altruism. It brings a tear to my eye. FINALLY someone who isn’t looking to profit.
  4. This is MY blog and MY opinion only. I speak for myself on here. Sorry if I offend. It’s my truth. I think Añjali is telling the truth. Nuts-and-bolts hard science be damned. Feel free to disagree.
  5. I’m not trying to make a dime here. To my wife’s inevitable chagrin, I would drop everything and go work for Dr Greer tomorrow if asked, especially remotely. I would never, on my honor ask Añjali for a job. She’s doing this out of the kindness in her heart and for humanity’s awakening. Yes, I’m looking for work. Yes, I will help Añjali if she were to ask, but I’m not looking to profit from this or join the expedition.

We’ve ruled out ego and profit. What’s left?

That’s just it. There are no ulterior motives showing. Family, friends- Añjali is in this for the human race. This is it. This is what we’ve been doing with CE-5. This is what our spirit guides, angels, and especially our star family has been pushing us to remember. This is the big wake up call.

Seriously, short of ETs landing all over the White House lawn, or Lue Elizondo unzipping his mask on live TV revealing his true form, I don’t know what else we want. (Kidding about Lue! Please don’t shoot me!) But all kidding aside, Disclosure, real honest Disclosure is at our doorstep. For crying out loud, can we please just act as ambassadors of peace and prosperity and get this one right?

Why the uproar?

First of all, it goes against the most recently established mainstream agenda. Certain people (Sorry, Lue) have been touting the threat narrative. In other words, they’re telling the press that there are a bunch of unknown scary things in the sky that we absolutely can’t trust and must be afraid of.

The heck with that. The heck with living in fear. It’s pointless. Let’s be positive for once. Maybe the ETs don’t want to see us nuke each other into oblivion.

Second, it’s driving a massive wedge between the nuts-and-bolts ufologists and the spiritual community. (Call me “New Age” or “Woo-woo” one mo’ ‘gain! girrr…) It’s driving a wedge between those purveying the threat narrative and those of us who truly believe in peaceful, benevolent beings. Whose agenda would it serve to divide and subdivide the UFO community over and over? Do you think maybe the same folks who have been wanting to bury our public heads in the sand might be concerned that almost a century of lies, greed, and destruction might be on the verge of collapsing around them? I certainly do.

Third, peoples’ entire view of reality is going to come crashing down around them. Añjali acknowledged that there are those who simply do not or will not believe that contact with these beings is possible, that we’re not alone in the Universe, and that everything we’ve been spoon fed by the media over the last 70+ years is absolute nonsense. (The last part is more me than her, but still…) I fully expect corporate big-wigs and clergy alike to pretty much lose their minds when this story breaks. Prepare for the people who have the most to lose to be jumping out of windows.

Last, I think #ufotwitter has a lot of egos floating around in it. Some can’t handle that Añjali has come forward on her own accord to tell this story, and it doesn’t their narrative or anyone else’s. Some are not coming to grips that they didn’t get to break what will eventually turn into the story of the millennium. Still some are skeptical that she is telling the truth or that such beings even exist.

Why try to discredit Añjali?

The short answer is: DON’T!
The longer answer is that several people have tried and pretty much failed already. It’s just not worth it. They’ve accused her of being ashamed of her wheelchair. She’s not, and if people were listening, it was covered for a reason. Namely black leather gets hot in the sun. Personally, I don’t see the chair because I see her and the message. Screw the chair. I’d pack her down the tunnel on my back if I had to.

Some have said she’s starting a cult or looking to make a profit. Well, if you were really listening, she straight up said she wasn’t. Why would she sit there in a press conference and lie to us like that? There is literally nothing to gain because she knows several people would call her out.

Some have gotten on Añjali about being “woke.” Which honestly makes me gag. I’m awakened, not “woke.” I use “extraterrestrial, being, or interdimensional” instead of “alien.” I believe every single word of the spiritual nature of these beings. People are going after this woman for the most ridiculous things imaginable. She doesn’t deserve this kind of grief. She’s coming forward with HER story.

Why is Añjali different from any other experiencer?

Wait. I know this one. She didn’t get “abducted” and “probed.” In fact, she said he laid down on a table and had a true out-of-body experience. She said she dropped a few choice expletives when she returned to her physical body. She was in a place we ALL want to go to and will return to some day. News flash- other ET experiencers have said the exact same thing. Honestly, it reminded me a lot of Dr Greer’s experience report. I also know stories from others who have had amazing, beautiful experiences with various beings. It’s not scary torture like the movies might have you believe.

Añjali has even said she underwent hypno-regression to make sure she understood what had happened clearly. So, #ufotwitter , we gonna go after Dolores Cannon now, too? How many people have to stand up and say, “This is what happened. It was peaceful, benevolent and beautiful?” How many will have to come forward before we finally admit that it must be true?

Añjali is not hiding anything.

She has even asked people to contact her on Twitter and LinkedIn. If someone were really trying to pull a fast one, would she really invite people to ask questions? Would she really respond to people on Twitter? (even the rude ones.) I dare say most folks would not put up with the scrutiny, the doxxing attempts, or the harsh trolling. She deserves a medal for just the crap since August 17th.

I know I’m taking a risk calling out some skeptics on this matter. A couple of people I really admire and appreciate have already tried to call Añjali out. Some of us in the ufology and spiritual communities alike have gotten burned by false prophets. This is different!

I apologize now if I’ve offended anyone. Even if you unfollow, dislike or even hate me after this, please know, there was never any malicious intent on my behalf. I promise I will still respect and appreciate you tomorrow no matter what is said, no matter how much we might disagree or what else goes down. When we say “Love and Light,” we really mean it and I will uphold my promise. We need to stand together!

Please look into what I’m saying. She’s @AnjaliOnGaia on Twitter and www.linkedin.com/in/angeliaschultz/ on LinkedIn. I will happily delete this information if Añjali asks me to. The same goes for anything in this article.

Please be kind! She’s doing this for us!

Añjali is leading the charge, almost literally down the tunnel that some of us would give damn near anything to experience. I’m not looking to join the team or score brownie points with Añjali. I’m saying everything I’ve said in this article because I truly believe in my heart of hearts that she’s telling the truth and that these beings are 100% real.

I’m eager for this expedition to get underway so more people can see the truth. Please, until then, be kind, Be gentle with one another. And please be nice to Añjali, not necessarily because of what she says or what she’s doing, but because it’s the decent, human thing to do!

Back to Basics Ufology

If a small, but determined group of humans can’t get their stuff together, how do we think the ETs probably see the whole of humanity?

Ever since the end of June, we’ve seen Ufology embroiled in varying stages of bickering and feuding. #UFOTwitter is notorious for this, but it goes on elsewhere, too. I’ve even made the mistake of trying to play peacemaker between a couple of guys that I would have certainly thought would know better. (No, not Lue and Dr Greer, although someone should…)

I know I’ve said it before. When we bicker amongst ourselves, “they” win (whoever they are.) Ufologists have choices to make. We can keep arguing and fighting over petty, dumb stuff OR we can pull our small collective heads out of our collective arses and start behaving like we want things to change together.

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What’s really out there in the night sky?

The skeptics are going to be there. The scientific community is going to be there. The spiritual community is going to be there. The US government is forever going to have its head firmly wedged somewhere regardless of who gets elected. There are always going to be real government ops within Ufology and other communities pushing a specific narrative. We just need to put all that crap aside and get back to being a group of like-minded, brilliant, communicative, innovative, investigators and start talking and pooling resources again. Seems easy enough.

  • Focus on the phenomena again.
    • Identifying ET craft from mundane sources (weather balloons, drones, flares, aircraft, etc.) All UFOs are not ET craft. Some might be.
    • Interviewing witnesses to sightings and compiling data.
    • Contacting civilian, law enforcement, and even military sources to corroborate data.
  • Start talking to Experiencers/Contactees.  
    • Certain recent events have damaged the reputation of Experiencer research.
    • Identify ourselves as genuinely interested in the story of the experience.
    • Listen and empathize with compassion.
    • Recommend other resources where applicable (Doctors, therapists, support groups, etc.) Encourage without pushing or judgment.
    • Do NOT publish unless specifically given permission to do so.
    • Above all, be human about it. Be a person with feelings listening to another person with feelings. This person has opened up to you about some potentially delicate and difficult experiences. Be gentle and kind.
  • Learn to accept opinions differing from one’s own.
    • Listen with an open mind and be willing to compromise when possible.
    • Solve the problem, not attack the person.
    • Leave politics and religion at the door. See the info not the speaker.
    • Try to keep one’s own ego in check. Remember it’s not about you, or the money, or even being, “right.” It’s about the phenomena, and possibly ET contact.
  • Work on making contact and continue seeking signs of intelligent life elsewhere.
    • Controversial as it may sound, we have to keep trying to find life out there. Otherwise, are we really interested in Ufology, or just debunking it?
    • Keep trying to make contact whenever possible whether it be with CE5 or a flashlight. There are a ton of methods and modalities out there. Keep trying.
    • If you see an unknown phenomenon in the sky or even in the water, attempt to make contact in any way you feel comfortable trying to make contact. So far as we know, there have never been serious negative consequences for trying to make peaceful contact with extraterrestrial beings.

Above all else, as I’ve said many, many times in the past- USE YOUR OWN DISCERNMENT! I think the majority of humans are pretty competent crap detectors. If something doesn’t resonate with you, leave it alone and move on. Either facts are going to come up that do resonate, or more evidence with prove the original non-resonating statement to be true. Many times, it’s somewhere in between.

No one group or researcher is ever going to have all the answers. We have got to start pooling our resources. We’ve got to work together peacefully. In the end, we’re asking the whole world to do the same. If a small, but determined group of humans can’t get their stuff together, how do we think the ETs probably see the whole of humanity?

Screw “Disclosure” for now. What good is it doing us to keep harping on it? The governments of the world are all pretty much in on the big secret. They know. They’re determined not to tell us. Many still think the public is in the old “War of the Worlds” 1920’s panic-and-riot stage of collective psychological development. (We’re not, but that’s another story.)

I have a lot more to say on the subject of ET contact and talking to experiencers elsewhere very soon. It’s a topic that has come up recently that I have some very strong feelings about, as do others. There’s way more on that than I can cover here. Suffice it to say, “compassion” is the word I use the most.

Keep an eye on the sky. Keep looking for answers. Above all else, be kind to one another.

P.S. If any ETs are reading this, please come get me?

Get It Together!

There are unexplained phenomena and contact cases galore. And still the government of the United States of America looks up in the sky at verifiable footage from their own pilots, sailors and radar operators and expects us to believe they don’t know what’s going on. Really? Really?

I’m appealing to the human-ity of #UFOTwitter and like groups. We’re so close to a breakthrough in Disclosure. We’re facing another 50-70 years of being laughed-at, humiliated and dismissed as “kooks” and “wackos.” Guys, UFO family, whatever you want to call yourself in this movement, we absolutely must stick together!

If I was a member of the infamous “They” aka the Illuminati, the Dark Cabal, the NWO, the Shadow Government or whatever they’re being called this week, I know exactly how I would play this if I wanted to break it up. And family, if an old small town Iowa boy can figure it out, you better believe “they” probably already have it in motion.

Divide and conquer is one of the oldest plays in the book.

Family, they’ve been using this since time immemorial. A bunch of backwater rabble rousers start agitating for a major change in government. All they have to do is unite sixteen different tribes under one banner long enough to overthrow the Imperial Monarchy and form a new government. Do you know how hard it is to get six people around one table to agree on something, much less sixteen? All it takes for the whole thing to go to pieces is one person to secretly be backing the Monarch. Then dissension spreads quietly amongst the ranks. Before you know it, the Rebellion lies in tatters.

Fast forward to the UFOlogy community. We have dozens of individual researchers, reporters, theorists (conspiracy or otherwise,) scientists, spiritualists, and government advocates all gathered around the same proverbial table. We meet on Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, conferences, conventions, pubs and websites all over the place.

We KNOW beyond a shadow of a doubt that extraterrestrials are real. UFOs are REAL. These things have been around us and amongst us for decades, possibly centuries. Witness after witness has come forward with solid testimony time and time again. But the old paradigm comes into play- obviously if you saw this thing in the sky or were even pulled up into one, you must be a “kook” or a “nutjob.” Because no sane, rational, “normal” human would dare go against the mainstream, narrative-fed collective would they?

But eventually a picture is being formed outside of mainstream channels that goes against the control narrative. Enough isolated witnesses manage to get together on a global communications platform- the World Wide Web. Still isolated as a subculture or even a counterculture, sure. But we’re starting to get it together. It’s only taken us 70 plus years since the first atomic bomb test and the Roswell incident to get our act together, not for a lack of trying.

The insanity narrative began to decay, so they fell back on other old tried-and-true tactics. They cooked up this term “conspiracy theorist” and gave it a negative connotation. Admittedly, it’s been around since at least the Romans were in power. “Beware the Ides of March,” ring a bell? Now those of us who chase the story down the rabbit hole are considered “dangerous” and threatening to destabilize society. Anything that goes against the status quo must be scary and dangerous, right?

But that Wile E Coyote scheme wasn’t enough on its own. They know that sowing dissension among the ranks would set us back even further. All the separate tribes of UFOlogy get scattered even further when internet rumors start flying. This well-known, often quoted researcher is a “CIA shill.” This other researcher is a “total fraud.” Obviously if you don’t believe in physical proof, you’re completely misled and uninformed. Science is lovely and all, but belief in a higher power will see us through aka the spiritual ET theory. (Yes, I’m biased toward that one, but it doesn’t matter for this discussion.

My favorite dissensions in the ranks right now are on #ufotwitter. After the 180 Day UAP Assessment for Congress was released and turned out to be the big nothing burger that many of us predicted it would be, two opposing camps presented themselves and immediately began attacking one another. Dr Steven Greer, who has long carried the banner for truth and government Disclosure is being set up in opposition to the Lue Elizondo followers.

For those who aren’t aware, Mr Elizondo is “former” DIA and head of AATIP. (Advanced Aerial Threat Identification Program.) Lue, Chris Mellon and a couple of other “former” spooks got together with Blink 182 rock star Tom DeLonge and formed TTSA. More recently Elizondo and Mellon broke off. From there it’s messy… But needless to say Lue has a solid fan base now.

The main focus of the debate between the Greer and Elizondo camps is whether or not UFOs or UAP are a threat. Dr Greer (my hero for years and the cause of my spiritual awakening) contends that the ET presence is not a threat and stand for the peaceful advancement of humanity. Do CE5 and find out for yourself. While Lue’s following contends that UAP may very well be a threat and more scientific research is needed. In fairness to Lue, he is making the topic more mainstream and sometimes he does make very good points. I used to be a nuts-and-bolts guy. I like science. I would love for ETs to land on the White House lawn, but it scares me to think what would happen if they did. (For the ETs, because we’re still pretty dangerous as a species.)

I really feel sorry for Nick Pope, former British Ministry of Defense employee, film maker Jeremy Corbell, attorney Danny Sheehan, and others who have been caught in the crossfire between Greer and Elizondo.

Then an older debate reared its ugly head. The debunkers stepped up their game. I won’t name drop on this one, but needless to say after the latest report to Congress flopped, a bunch of longtime UFO debunkers jumped up and said, “I was right. I was right!” like Brainy Smurf on a good day.

Just today I saw a new argument forming between the nuts-and-bolts science guys and those of us who just plain believe in the ET presence on a spiritual level. We are going to discover sooner or later that our cosmic family, star brothers/sisters are very spiritual beings. Their science is probably going to look like magic to us. Recovered materials from crashed craft are legit beyond Earth science according to metallurgists. We absolutely have to get our collective acts together.

No I’m not looking to hug it out with Mick West or Ryan from @postdisclosureworld We all have our differences, but if we don’t put our feet down as a group and stand together for full government Disclosure soon? They are gonna roll right over us and keep lying to the public like they have been since Project Blue Book.

We’ve seen waves of UFOs fly over the White House, buzz nuclear installations, circle naval vessels and aircraft alike. We’ve seen lights and craft over cities in just about every part of the world imaginable. There are unexplained phenomena and contact cases galore. And still the government of the United States of America looks up in the sky at verifiable footage from their own pilots, sailors and radar operators and expects us to believe they don’t know what’s going on. Really? Really? Guess they must think the public is either awfully stupid or very incapable of handling the truth.

This was kind of a long one. more to come. I’m so very passionate about this subject on behalf of myself, experiencers, contactees, CE5 practitioners, and everyone else who looks up at the stars and knows there is so very much more out there. Stay tuned. Stay safe. Keep looking up. See you later.

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