Tag: suicide

19
Jul

Carlos Allende

aka: Carl M. Allen, Carl Meredith Allen, Carlos Miguel Allende Disinformation agent. Described as a highly intelligent but nonetheless mentally ill itinerant. Claimed to be a witness to the so-called Philadelphia Experiment. Correspondent of Morris Jessup, writing to him about the horrible experiment, and suggesting that UFOs were using the same forces. Eventually, Jessup dismissed […]

19
Jul

The Case for UFOs

Published by Morris Jessup in 1955. The nearly legendary annotated edition with notes inscribed by Carlos Allende (Carl Allen) was printed for the Naval Research Office in an edition of 200 by the Varo Manufacturing Company of Garland, Texas. A transcription of the Varo edition of this book with Allende’s notes is available at Obscurantist […]

17
Jul

Bill Cooper

William Milton Cooper aka: Will Cooper, Milton Cooper Author of Behold a Pale Horse (1991), a popular superconspiracy. He claimed to have all the inside info on the government UFO cover-up including the four types of aliens, the American treaty of 1964, and the secret base on the dark”side of the moon. In later years, […]

15
May

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 […]

14
May

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”.

14
May

Zardoz

A 1974 science fiction film directed by John Boorman and starring Sean Connery in one of his first post-James Bond roles. Filmed on a small budget of US$1 million, Zardoz mixture of cerebral, philosophical sci-fi was in complete contrast to Boorman’s previous film, the brutal thriller Deliverance. In a future post-apocalypse Earth (2293) the human […]

12
May

Thomas F Mantell

On 7 January 1948, 25 year old Kentucky Air National Guard pilot, Captain Thomas F. Mantell, died while in pursuit of an unidentified flying object near Fort Knox. The so-called Mantell Incident is among the most publicised and infamous UFO reports of the early modern era. The Air Force’s J Allen Hynek suggested he had […]

26
Apr

Zed

The name of Sean Connery’s bikini-and bandoleer cladc haracter in the movie Zardoz. Zed plays a role in the film somewhat similar to that of Case in the novel Neuromancer — he is used as a tool in a byzantine suicide by some form of technologically enhanced Higher Being. Also: The owner of the motorcycle […]

4
Mar

Danny Casolaro

Joseph Daniel Casolaro Researcher into the grand unified “octopus” of the global secret government (one tentacle of which was MJ-12). Casolaro went on a trip to meet someone who claimed to be a very important source… His body was found in a hotel bathtub with both his wrists brutally slashed down to the tendons, and […]