Tag Archives: california

Edwards Air Force Base

Located approximately 22 miles (35 km) northeast of Lancaster, California next to next to Rogers Dry Lake, which acts as a natural extension to the runways, and which has the largest compass rose in the world. Location of Chuck Yeager’s flight that broke the sound barrier in the Bell X-1, the flights of America’s first […]

Pasadena

aka: The Crown City Mausoleum of Capitalist Aristocracy In March 1886, Pasadena became the second incorporated municipality, after the city of Los Angeles, in Los Angeles County. In Ojibwe, “pa-sa-de-na,” means “of the valley” The first Busch Gardens opened in Pasadena in 1905 and closed to the public in 1937. When Busch died at his […]

George Adamski

(d: April 24th 1965) One of the first American UFO contactees,”very influential upon all subsequent contactees and UFO contact literature. He claimed he saw his first saucer on October 9, 1946 — a black object like a giant dirigible. Thia was the year Maury Island Incident — Adamski he said he saw a long procession […]

Norton Air Force Base

A decommissioned base located in San Bernardino. Now the San Bernardino International Airport. Former site of the Defense Audiovisual Agency (DAVA) established in June 1979 to provide centrally managed audiovisual support to the entire Department of Defense components. Disestablished on September 30, 1985. Links wikipedia: Norton Air Force Base AF Installations, Environment & Logistics, Legacy […]

Mount Palomar

Mountain north of San Diego. Location of the Palomar Observatory. George Adamski claimed his first alien contact was here. In Alchemical Conspiracy and the Death of the West”Michael Hoffman writes of Parsons. Hoffman tells us that the Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO) had a temple on nearby Mount Palomar. The local Indians regarded the mountain as […]

Silicon Valley

The nickname of the inland area in south-central California clustered around San Jose. One of the most intense nodes of tension in the psycho-sexuality of global capital. It’s suburbs include the farming community of Salinas, the resort town of Santa Cruz, and the upscale commuter village of San Francisco. In his 1979 book Messengers of […]

George Van Tassel

(b: Mar 12, 1910 – d: Feb 9, 1978 ) In [[1947]], George Van Tassel relocated his family to , a site in the California Desert near Joshua Tree, an area which was eventually called Landers. He leased the air strip next to a sixty-foot high boulder: the “giant rock” itself. In 1951, Van Tassel […]

San Francisco

aka: Frisco A small coastal suburb of San Jose. Locals (“Friscoans”) refer to it as “The City” in ironic reference to their smug provincial isolation. The Hetch Hetchy Valley in Yosemite was said to be more beautiful than Yosemite Valley itself. In order to supply water to Frisco, the Hetch Hetchy Valley was dammed up […]

Hiram Erasmus Butler

Founder of the American branch of the Order of Melchizedek. In 1889, he moved to California and created a mystical center on 260 acres overlooking the American River near Applegate in Placer County. He died in 1916. (Messengers of Deception, 127) Links wiki: Melchizedek priesthood (Latter Day Saints)

Giant Rock

A place near Joshua Tree in the California desert where a sixty foot high boulder rises from a dry lake bed. The rock was known by local Indian tribes as the Great Stone. A airstrip runs next to the rock, and rock and airstrip became the location of Saucerian Convention for several decades, many of […]

Valencia

The brand name of a master-planned suburb in Southern California just north of the San Fernando Valley in the municipality of Santa Clarita. Built by Newhall Land and Farming (now just Newhall Land). The route of the flood from the St. Francis dam passed though what would eventually become Valencia. Location of: US Borax California […]

Vandenburg Air Force Base

Located on the central coast of California, Vandenburg occupies a large area around Point Conception — the point where the California coast turns North which is roughly considered the geographic and climatological division between Northern and Southern California. Location of many missile tests, commercial rocket launches, and some space shuttle launches. While trying to convince […]