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Morris Jessup

Morris Ketchum Jessup (March 20, 1900 – April 29, 1959) Astronomer and author. Author of The Case for UFOs (1955). Morris K. Jessup came to believe an elaborate UFO conspiracy involving two races of aliens: the LMs who were friendly to earthlings and the SMs who were hostile. (Compare to Dero and Tero). Jessup was […]

William Gibson

Author of the novel Neuromancer (1984) which coined the term cyberspace. This neologism — and the Neuromancer trilogy’s themes of a hidden universe driven by the suicidal evolution of godlike (insect-like?) beings — made Gibson unwitting posterchild/godfather of “cyberpunk”.

Robert Anton Wilson

Feminist-fearing, libertarian extropian, meta-conspiracist Wilson has authored over 26 books (poet, essayist, novelist), was Associate Editor of Playboy magazine from 1966-1971, and co-edited the futurist journal Trajectories with his wife Arlen. A frequent lecturer at Esalen and other New Age venues, stand-up comedian. Wilson is perhaps the best-known pan-conspiracist in the world. He emphasizes fictionality, […]

Stanton Friedman

Stanton T Friedman associated with MJ-12 A dual citizen of the USA and Canada Nuclear physicist, with very high level government security clearances. Received BSc and MSc degrees in physics from the University of Chicago in 1955 and 1956. He was employed for 14 years as a nuclear physicist for such companies as GE, GM, […]

Robert Shea

Robert Joseph Shea (February 14, 1933 – March 10, 1994) American novelist and former journalist best known as co-author with Co-author, with Robert Anton Wilson, of the Illuminatus trilogy. Links bobshea.net wiki: Robert_Shea

John Keel

John Alva Keel (b. March 25, 1930) A researcher who dismisses both the extraterrestrial hypothesis and the scientific-skeptic explanations of UFOs as equally crazy. “I abandoned the extraterrestrial hypothesis in 1967 when my own field investigations disclosed an astonishing overlap between psychic phenomena and UFOs . . . I feel that the ultimate solution [to […]

Donald Keyhoe

Writer and UFO researcher. Author of: The Flying Saucers Are Real (1950) Flying Saucers From Outer Space (1953) Flying Saucer Conspiracy (1955) Flying Saucers: Top Secret (1960) Aliens From Space (1973) Links wikipedia: Donald_Keyhoe http://www.hallrichard.com/keyhoe.htm The Flying Saucers are Real

Gerald Posner

Lawyer, Conspiracy Patsy, Disgraced Former Journalist, Man About Town Capitalizing on the thirtieth anniversary of JFK’s assassination, Gerald Posner published Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK (1993). He asserted that any evidence which pointed away from Oswald as the proverbial lone gunman — which is arguably most of the evidence — […]


aka: Krll, Crill, O.H. Krill (nom de plume) Krill! (artists’ rendering) According to Bill Moore, this is the name of an alien still living on earth who occasionally publishes in open scientific literature (although no such articles have yet been located). Not to be confused with the tiny shrimp-like creatures which form the basis of […]

Jim Keith

(September 21, 1949 – September 7, 1999). aka: Jay Katz, Commander X Author of many works of X-FIles era paranoia, including Gemstone File (1992),Black Helicopters over America: Strikeforce for the New World Order (1994), Casebook on Alternative 3: UFO’s, Secret Societies and World Control(1994), Casebook on the Men In Black (1997), Black Helicopters II: The […]

Whitley Strieber

Horror novelist and screenplay writer, notably of The Howling and The Hunger which both describe mysterious, monstrous races living alongside humanity. Also author of the autobiographical Communion (1987), which made him one of the most prominent and influential figures in alien contact and abduction phenomena. Author of post-Communion sequels Transformations (1988), and The Secret School […]

John Carter

The pseudonym of the anonymous biographer of Jack Parsons who wrote Sex and Rockets: The Occult World of Jack Parsons. Carter describes Parsons from the perspective of a detailed knowledge of magickal practice.

Edward Condon

Director of Condon Commission organized by the National Academy of Sciences and the University of Colorado. The commission issued the infamous Condon Report. Author of Scientific Study of Unidentified Flying Objects.

Edward Bulwer-Lytton

Sir Edward George Bulwer-Lytton (b:1803 – d:1873) Author of the world’s most famous opening line, from the novel Paul Clifford (1830): It was a dark and stormy night and the rain fell in torrents — except at occasional intervals, when it was checked by a violent gust of wind which swept up the streets (for […]


Bruce Alan Walton (b. September 7, 1960) Best known by his pen name “Branton” (BRuce AlaN WalTON) also: Alan DeWalton Author of countless UFO texts which circulated on bulletin board systems in the days of the proto-Internet. Most of his writing usually consists of juicy pulp fantasy, focusing on the network of underground lizard alien […]

Jodi Dean

Author of the book Aliens in America (Cornell, 1999) which describes alien mythologies and the experience of abductees and contactees in contemporary America. Dean relates their experience to a rising sense of disjuncture and helpless confusion tied to the increasing integration of information technologies into society. The New York Review of Books reviewed Aliens in […]

Janet Morris

Science fiction author, lifelong horsewoman, Research Director of the US Global Strategy Council (USGSC). With John Alexander, co-author of The Warrior’s Edge (1990). Links wiki: Janet Morris M2 Technologies: Janet Morris

Otto Billig

Professor Otto Billig (1910-1989) Psychiatrist, author, and teacher. His research interests included schizophrenia, art and psychosis, and cross-culture psychiatry. Author of Flying Saucers: Magic in the Skies: a psychohistory (1982). He specialized in the art of schizophrenics and curated exhibits of their art. Received his M.D. from Federal Realschule (Vienna) in 1937. Links Vanderbilt University […]