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UFO Contactee George Adamski Remains Mystery

On November 20, 1952 a Polish immigrant by the name of George Adamski and six of his friends made an expedition to look for UFOs in the Mojave desert in California. Shortly after having lunch, as the group scanned the sky for activity, a gigantic cigar-shaped craft glided into view.

Hoping to get closer as well as a better spot for pictures Adamski and two of his friends set off deeper into the desert. Adamski managed to take several photos through his tripod-mounted portable telescope and wandered alone trying to get clearer shots.

Before long the silent silver craft rose up into the sky and rocketed into space but this was not the end of the encounter. A few minutes later another smaller craft appeared and glided between two mountains which were ahead of Adamski.

As he watched he noticed what he thought was a man beckoning him from about 400 metres away. He was about to find out, this was no ordinary man.

'The beauty of his form surpassed anything I had ever seen,' Adamski later recalled. The humanoid figure stood at approximately 1.6 meters tall, with long blond hair and smooth tanned skin.

He was wearing a brown one-piece suit with a broad belt and red shoes. The being was also witnessed by his friends who were standing a few hundred meters away. Adamski motioned to shake hands with the being.

Palm-to-palm contact was made and they both began to communicated with each other by using telepathy and sign language.

The visitor indicated that he was from Venus and his name was Orthon. He came with a message to warn humankind of the dangers of nuclear energy and pollution. He also expressed a belief in God and claimed that he and his fellow Venusians lived a pure and spiritual life.

After refusing to be photographed he stepped into his craft and floated into space. The first contact had been made.

This was not George Adamski's first encounter with the alien world. He claimed that he had seen a 'dirigible-shaped mother ship' over his Californian house on October 9, 1946 that nine months before Kenneth Arnold's legendary flying saucer sighting.

George was born in Poland on April 17, 1891. He and his family emigrated to New York two years later. From 1913 to 1916 Adamski served with the US Army in the 13th US Cavalry, K-Troop. In 1918 he worked as a painter and decorator for the government at Yellowstone National Park.

He also served with the National Guard, stationed at Portland, Oregon and received an honorable discharge in 1919.

It is believed that Adamski operated as a successful bootlegger during the Prohibition era. In 1926 he settled at Laguna, California and began lecturing on oriental philosophy even though he had no formal training.

In 1940 he moved to Valley Centre, California and became increasingly mystical establishing a cult movement known as the Royal Order Of Tibet and adopting many self-appointed titles such as 'Professor' and 'Philosopher'.

Adamski and his cult followers finally settled on the southern slopes of Mount Palomar which is famous for its peak and astronomical observatory. This was the beginning of the time where Adamski would be known as the world's first alien contactee.

Adamski's lectures became more frequent and his cult following grew. So too did his alien encounters. He would claim of journeys to the Moon, Mars and Venus. Often newspapers would report on Adamski and his amazing photographs of craft taken with his telescope.

When he published his first book entitled 'Flying Saucers Have Landed' in 1953 it became a bestseller and enabled him to widen his field. In his second book 'Inside The Flying Saucers' he was able to describe his experiences on board the Venusian craft.

He recounted his travels in space and described the yet-to-be-explore Moon. Lunar citizens 'strolled down the sidewalks' in lunar cities, he reported, and forests, lakes and snow covered mountains adorned the lunar surface.

Despite overwhelming evidence that his planetary excursions were delusions of the mind Adamski continued to fascinate people in high places.

Queen Juliana of the Netherlands even received him at her palace and Pope John XXIII, who was dying of cancer at the time, allegedly permitted a private audience with him on May 31, 1963.

His mission was to deliver an important package which he received from the space people in Copenhagen. This claim of course has been denounced by the Vatican but circumstantial evidence suggests that such a meeting did take place.

He traveled to the Vatican with two of his coworkers, May Morlet and Louise (Lou) Zinsstag. Both witnesses say that he entered the Vatican by a side entrance (explaining why there would be no records of his visit) and stayed for an hour.

When he entered the room, Adamski claimed the Pope smiled and said 'I have been expecting you' and when George handed him the package the Pope replied 'That is what I have been waiting for'. The Pope's last words before Adamski left were, 'My son, don't worry, we will make it'.

During lunch that same day, Adamski took out of his pocket a small plastic wallet which was lilac in colour.

'It bore the most singular inscription I have ever seen' said Lou, 'The written characters were of a very unusual kind, certainly neither Roman nor Gothic, nor were they Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Arabic or Hebrew'.

Underneath the text was the date of the interview-May 31, 1963-written in Roman letters. Inside this little wallet was the most beautiful golden coin with the Popes head in profile on it. As they discovered later this was a new ecumenical coin ready for sale but not yet on the market owing to the Pope's recent illness.

They also found out that it cost between 300 and 400 Swiss francs. The pope died two days later.

Adamski wrote a third book called 'Flying Saucer Farewell' which was published in 1961 but by then cracks were starting to show in his story.
In 1959, the Soviet Luna 3 probe had brought back detailed photographs of the lunar surface, showing nothing but rocks, craters and dust. When asked to comment, Adamski claimed that the Russians had retouched the photographs to fool the US.
His report of seeing 'billions and billions of fireflies.... flickering everywhere', when he visited the darkside of the Moon on one of the Venusian craft was backed up eight years later when astronaut John Glenn returned from a space flight reporting the very same 'fireflies'.
On February 26, 1965, while Adamski was staying at Silver Spring, Colorado he and a friend, Madeleine Rodeffer, witnessed another scout ship.

The 'space brothers' had told Adamski to have a cinematic camera ready and he caught the craft on film. William Sherwood, an optical physicist and former project development leader for Eastman-Kodak, spent a great deal of time analyzing this footage.

His conclusions were that there were no signs of duplicity and determined that the object was approximately eight meters across. Analysts are still at a loss to explain how or why the craft distorts from frame to frame.

Veteran aeronautics engineer Leonard Cramp suggests this was caused by a powerful gravitational field produced by the craft.

Every copy of the film has been stolen so we may never know the answer.

When Adamski died on April, 1965 23 the age of 73 he left behind a legacy which will undoubtedly provide heated debates for years to come.

Not only did he provide circumstantial evidence but also many photographs and film footage much of which are still being investigated today. Cine footage taken on February 26, 1965 is among the most convincing UFO footage ever acquired and analysis is currently being carried out on a piece of film showing the so-called scout craft.

What may be discovered from these films could cast George Adamski in a totally different light. We could yet be in for a great shock.

Legendary Investigators Attend UFO Conference

In attendance for the UFO Conference in Cleveland, Ohio were respected unidentified flying object truth seekers Tom Carey, Jim Moseley and Kevin Randle.

Secret Cipher Of UFOnauts Reviewed

Secret Cipher Of UFOnauts
This is a most unusual, interesting, and possibly significant book, in which an attempt is made to connect occultism through the centuries directly with the UFO movement of the past 48 years.

We have known the author, Allen Greenfield, for about 50 years, during which time he has labored in relative obscurity as a highly intelligent scholar in various fields including "magick", politics, and of course ufology.

One is reminded of our former friend Yonah ibn A'haron who has followed a similar course, in even greater obscurity. A'haron is mentioned several times in the book. The references are favorable.

The basic premise of Greenfield's present position is that there are various secret ciphers that have been passed down through the ages by various secret societies. One of these, which he calls "Cipher 6", yields meaningful results when applied to many of the "funny names" (Orthon, Valiant Thor) which have turned up in UFO contactee literature.

In the chart one sees that numerical values are assigned to each letter of the English alphabet and it goes on from there. Though the math involved in cipher study is no more complex than simple addition, the concepts are exceedingly complex and, as Greenfield himself would no doubt admit, controversial.

Your editor, whose occult knowledge is close to absolute zero, took great joy in just learning to understand the chart itself!
For Greenfield, the ufologists who most deserve study are those whom he presumes to have had occult knowledge - beginning with Meade Layne, the founder, in about 1946, of Borderland Sciences Research Associates, which is still in existence in California.

Then came George Adamski who met Orthon; George Hunt Williamson and other Adamski disciples; Ray Palmer, who gave birth to Richard Shaver "Shaver Mystery" and Frank Stranges, who met Valiant Thor.

Palmer always claimed that he had a unique FACT that enabled him to solve the UFO mystery. The word FACT, as it turns out has a cipher significance.

In 1974 a solution was found to certain previously unintelligible groups of ciphers, and after this breakthrough, a computer study was made of the various possibilities of meaning that this opened up.

Unfortunately, about 20,000 variants have thus been discovered,and many more are possible. As Greenfield himself admits:

"Because there are an infinite number of numbers and many combinations of letters, words and phrases, obviously - and this is an old criticism of both simple numerology and Qabala - by stretching until one finds something that correlates to a preconceived notion, one can, if persistent, find just about anything.

The difference here is that, by confining myself to the contents of the short book from which the cipher is derived, and limiting my search pattern to one or two attempts to find something significant with no preconceptions whatsoever, where UFOnaut personal and place names are concerned, there are virtually always case-specific correlations on the very first attempt."

What is needed is to find someone with an open but skeptical mind who is familiar with the history of occultism and with the various subjects including ufology covered in Greenfield book who also is an expert on the mathematics of statistics and probability.

We are certain that Greenfield is intellectually honest enough to be distressed rather than pleased with the fact that it is highly unlikely any such person exists. The idea would be to find out whether his correlations are significantly beyond what the mathematics of chance would predict. We do not know, but are fascinated by his line of scholarship.

As much as we like Greenfield and his book, and fully realizing that ridicule is not part of the scientific method we cannot close without quoting the following gem from a letter written to us by one Dean Zevchek after hearing Greenfield cipher lecture at National UFO Conference in Cleveland, Ohio.

States he: TV's Barney has become a cultural icon and role model for children these days. But exactly what is Barney? Well, he's simply a "Cute Purple Dinosaur." Let us take that one step further and apply my "secret cipher" to Barney.

CVTE PVRPLE DlNOSAVR (Remember that the Romans had no letter "U" and used "V" instead) C+V+V+L +D+l +V (Here we extract all Roman Numerals) 100+5+5+50+500+1+5 (Now we add them together) - 666 (Do you want you children watching a show where the secret cipher equates the star to evil?).

The color of Allan Greenfield shirt was the very same color as
Barney, therefore, according to the cipher, Greenfield could be a Barney disciple spreading disinformation!

Finally, as a counter-balance, we call your attention cryptically to Greenfield Chapter 12, "An interview with Terry R. Wriste". This has to do with the Shaver Mystery ciphers and the UFO contactee syndrome.

We will not tell you any more - except that we really did read all of this book, and Chapter 12 alone is worth the PRICE. In cipher talk, key words are CAPITALIZED.

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