A Milestone

My publisher informed me yesterday that after the Coast to Coast radio interview with George Noory, my book made the number 1 spot on Amazon.com for the topic of UFOs. A few months ago it was number 2 or 3. That said I want to thank all of you for your support and interest in my book. I want to thank those of you who even disagreed with my perspective for you have forced me to think again about what I am writing about. Many thanks to my publisher Brian Kannard at Gravedistraction Publications and to my publicist, Mark Eddy. Rev.Judy Long, my wonderful wife— I LOVE YOU.

Peace to all and many blessings,


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UFO over Ukriane site taken down

What can I tell you? To good to be true….

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UFO over The Ukraine

Two days ago I was on Facebook and someone had posted a U-Tube site that actually showed a cigar shaped UFO flying over an unidentified part of the Ukraine. It appears we are not the only ones monitoring the situation there. What was really fascinating, for me at least, is that the event was covered by mainstream media. If you are interested in viewing this, just Google, UFO over Ukraine. It appears to be a huge craft flying very low over the earth. Curiously enough, no jets were scrambled to intercept, at least not in the footage I saw.

On another note, I am so looking forward to my radio interview with George Noory on Coast To Coast at 2 am tomorrow. Actually, its from 2-5 am. I have wanted to get a chance to be interviewed by Mr. Noory for a few months now but things happen when they are supposed to, so now is the time. I also need to be thinking about writing another book as my publisher is encouraging me to so.

In the meantime and between time, Spring is showing signs of new life and beauty, while winter appears to be leaving but kicking and screaming as she goes. I do love all of the seasons with autumn being my favorite, but this winter was intense. Yesterday, the high reached 72 degrees here in the mountains of Western North Carolina, with a chance of snow today, high winds, and lows in the 20’s this evening; talk about a roller coaster. Oh well, In a few months I’ll be complaining about how hot it is….O’ what fools these mortals be!
Anyway, back to work.

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Spring is in the air after a really intense winter!

It has really been a rough winter this year for all of us around the country, yet there are hints that Spring is in the air. In my neck of the woods (Western North Carolina), we can have as many as three seasons experienced in one day—Winter, Spring, and Fall.
And yet this time of transition signals new life, with the advent (pun intended) of the spring equinox and the Passover and Easter Holidays on the horizon. Besides, the cycle of life is all about endings and new beginnings. Its been a wonderful ride for me as I have been on several radio shows promoting my book, Alien Scriptures. The radio appearances have all been fun to do and I have managed to be interviewed by Whitley Strieber, Shirley Maclaine, and there is an upcoming interview with Coast to Coast Radio Host, Bob Noory, on March 12th, from 2am-5am EST.

We will see where all of this will lead. I had a visit from my friends on Weds. March 5th, at 1:22 am. It is all very encouraging to me and I look forward with hope and anticipation in the days ahead regarding our evolution into higher consciousness as a species. The choice is no longer non-violence vs. violence, but non-violence vs. non-existence.

The choice is ours!

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Happy New Year 2014

Wishing you all a wonderfully peace filled New Year. And what a promising year it looks to be. The Mexican government has released artwork from the ancient Mayan civilization that illustrates what looks to be space ships and images of our Visitors. Also, former Canadian Minister of Defense, Paul Hellyer continues to work towards full disclosure. Lets give him a little help in this task he is taking on shall we?

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At Year’s End

Well its Christmas Eve, 2013. I can’t speak for anyone but myself here but its been one helluva year for me personally and professionally. 2013 certainly demanded of me a time of personal growth and maturity with myself and in my interpersonal relationships. Ah, the gift of change! Its only a gift however if one surrenders to it and goes with the flow, that I can assure you. Among the highlights of the year for me is always time spent with my family. It is “Chiros” or sacred time for me. But there have been other events that I have been grateful for as well. They include but are not limited to the following:
* Really having a wonderful relationship with my father before he made his transition almost a year ago. We had no unfinished business and although I miss him terribly, I continue to feel his presence, wisdom, and love. It was truly a blessing to have this relationship with him and the way it played itself out this lifetime.
* Signing a two year contract to continue serving as the minister of my congregation here in western North Carolina.
* Regaining my health after discovering I had a blood clot (Deep Vein Thrombosis was the diagnosis) in my right leg that stretched from my ankle to my groin area. PAINFUL!!!!
* The healing of that clot at 9:49 pm on July 4th after a visit from my Star Visitor friends. Peace and Richest Blessings to Tandu, Octogon, and “the gang.”
* Finding a new publisher and new publicist for the second edition of my book “Alien Scriptures.”
*Continued work as a consultant and shooting additional episodes of the History Channel’s hit show, “Ancient Aliens.”
* Having the opportunity to be interviewed by UFO researcher and experiencer, Whitley and Ann Strieber for their radio show on November 14th of this year, and being interviewed by Academy Award winning actress Shirley Maclaine on her radio show on Sunday, December 22nd.
These interviews can be heard at Unknowncountry.com and Shirleymaclane.com. Just check the archives.
* Listening to former Canadian Defense Minister Paul Hellyer publicly talk about UFO and ET disclosure on U-Tube and calling out the US to be more forthcoming with the info that the government is hiding. What courage! He even said that the US has ET visitors working together with US military and intelligence personel. Kudos Mr. Hellyer. You certainly have inspired me!

These were just some of the personal and professional events this year that have really changed me on many levels regarding life, relationships, and my continued efforts to evolve and to spread the message that not all of our Star Visitors are here to do us harm. We as human beings can manage that one all on our own. Here’s to a wonder full and Healthy 2014 to all of you. Keep looking up!


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Each Day A New Adventure

It never ceases to amaze how powerful Television can be. Or maybe its not T.V. per se, but just how many people watch. Ancient Aliens has got to be one of the most watched television shows on the air. My appearances on the show has definitely improved my book sales and I have even had visitors to my church mention they have seen me on the show.
The beautiful thing about all of this is that the word is out that we are not alone in a Universe that is teeming with life, and we never were. Although our governmental agencies continue to swear that UFOs do not exist and have tons of highly classified information to prove it; the knowledge of extraterrestrial life is an open conversation now, which is as is should be. Victor Hugo was right; no lie lives forever! This makes each and everyday a new adventure.

Peace to you all and keep looking up!


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The Cycles of Life

The Danish Christian philosopher, Soren Kierkegaard, was once quoted as saying that life is lived forward but understood backward. I can attest to that in my own life. Perhaps if one practiced the art of mindfulness more, this would not be a necessary truth. In the Buddhist tradition, if one is truly mindful, one is, or one has, completely trained the mind to be in the fullness of each moment. No easy task to say the least but it is possible, and in the words of Hamlet, “… a consummation devoutly to be wished….”
An illustration of this might be that let us say that one is washing dishes. While washing dishes, the mind is focused on the task at hand. Not thinking about what one has to do next or what one did not do in the past, or what one will wear to work the following day, etc. Just washing the dishes. The temperature of the water. The motion of scrubbing the plate, the clanging sound of one dish hitting another, The rhythm of the breath while washing the dishes, etc. The act of washing dishes may simply be viewed as a form mediation in and of itself.
It seems in this way, if one is in the moment fully, the lessons of the moment can be comprehended then and there and not when one has the luxury of hindsight, or because one’s mind is all over the place. These are just my own personal speculations on the subject.
Regarding the cycles of one’s life, it would seem to me that if one accepts that life experience, the living of one’s life is, like history itself, is not linear but cyclical, what goes around actually does come around, and that if we are conscious of this, then we are different persons as the cycles reappear—hopefully. In this way we all actually do get second chances to act or react to the situations that come our way in different and perhaps more creative ways.
I can only speak for myself obviously, but what is most frustrating to me is not that I make a mistake in a situation, but when I make the same mistake time and time again, each time that life brings the same lesson to me. This is where I get the most triggered. However, it would also appear to me, that the act of patience and forgiveness, with myself as well as others, is always a prime lesson in the cycles of my life.

Peace to you all,

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Extraterestrial Healing & Independence Day, July 4th, 2013

Its been awhile since my last posting and its been a helluva 18 month journey. I had lost my job at a hospital here in the Mountains of Western, N.C. in March of 2012. My mom had stage 3 colon cancer last Fall, only after being diagnosed with breast cancer during the spring of the same year, 2012. She is cancer free as of this writing.
My dad died in January of 2013 after an 8 year bout with pancreatic cancer. Unheard of. Not dying from pancreatic cancer, but living that long with it. He had what is known as a “whipple surgery,” which if done in time, can actually prolong the patient’s life, along with the quality of that life–IF CAUGHT IN TIME!!!
My dad was fortunate. He was still driving around in his car and engaged in life until the last 3 months or so before he died. His mental attitude was crucial to his surviving that long as well, for my dad was not a particularly religious person. Never was. He and I had no unfinished business together and so we had a wonderful relationship throughout our journey together.
I know this is beginning to sound like an old blues tune or country western song, but then my wife and I split up. I move out on Good Friday, with all of the symbolism the day conjures up. Yes, we now are talking about reconciling and I really want this to happen, but the stress of travelling to NY to bury my dad, knowing that when I returned to the South I was moving out of the house we had lived in for 8 years, well….
Not to mention that I am still attempting to find a publisher for my book, Amazon is still stressing me, man, all of this was just sooooooooooo frustrating to say the least.
So what happened next? I developed a blood clot in my left leg ( I say it was stress induced as I have no history of clotting and neither does anyone in my family) that was as long as the leg itself.
I didn’t know the symptoms except that it was extremely painful. I thought I had pulled a muscle of something. Deep Vein Thrombosis is the medical term for it and it usually occurs after surgery of some sort. I have not had surgery of any sort. I had not travelled on an airplane for over 3 hours or driven long distances at the time of diagnosis. Nothing.
Anyway, I am on Coumadin until the third week in September which will be 6 months.
Needless to say, if a piece of this clot had broken off and travelled to my lung, heart, or what is left of my brain, my day would have been ruined. And yet in hindsight it came at just the right time. First of all, I never really felt that it was my time to die, but that may have been my delusional self telling me that I was somehow unique or special and death surely knew who I was and that it was not good to mess with me.
But I did not really feel that it was my time yet. I really felt watched over. Someone needed to get my attention.
Nevertheless, the timing was right because up until that time I was arguing and angry with my wife for wanting to separate from me. We have a daughter and I felt that there were other ways to work things out.
I won’t get into the details and this is not the way I would have handled the situation, but honestly, I must say that the space has done me some good, and she says it has helped her as well. We date often and vacationed together this summer and it has given me fresh eyes. I cannot speak for her but I would say that she would agree to an extent. And why not? She started this mess….( smile).
We do love each other and the blood clot made me realize that either we get it together or we will lose each other, and I simply don’t want that to happen.
In the meantime, our daughter thinks we’re really not separated because she always sees us together so things are working out.
But back to the story. My legs are really ostrich like in shape and size, and when I had the clot, my left leg was the size of LeBron James’ leg. It was heavily swollen and it really, really, hurt. The docs had me injecting myself for 10 days in my abdomen with a blood thinner called enoxoparin before prescribing the Coumadin. That was fun. Sticking a spike into my stomach twice a day, waiting for the clots to dissolve. I highly recommend it. Eventually, one runs out of places to inject oneself but don’t let that stop you. Especially, if you have nothing else to live for. Just joking, and the drugs did save my life but the swelling was slow to go down. In fact it never really did subside completely and then the docs said that if the swelling did go down in six months that I may have permanent damage to my veins and that I would just have to live with it. Nice.
My wife said I had “muffin legs.” It looked as if I was holding fluid or something in my right leg.
And then it happened! Let me say on the outset that I have not had a visit from my friends for several years that I can recall. I’m not talking about visits in the dream state, but a face to face meeting.
On July 4th, at 9:49 pm I had my visit. It had been a rainy day and the fireworks that my wife and daughter like to see were cancelled that evening, and so I left them and when home. I live only 20 minutes away in my small but cozy apartment.
I was listening to the thunder and lying on my stomach. I recall thinking that this is what my friends who served in Vietnam must have tried to sleep through as it really sounded to me like a war zone outside.
Then all was eriely quiet and I heard my cell phone beep, which was a weird sound that I had not heard it make before. Suddenly, I felt this electrical energy in the back of my head and torso. There were three or four of what I can only recall as “zapping sounds,’ zzzzzp, zzzzzzzp, zzzzzzzzp, zzzzzzzzzp, and when I turned over a little person with and oversized skull just vanished as if the molecules of his/her body dissolved!!!
This is how they began their visits with me years before. I immediately noted the time ( 9:49 pm) and called my contactee support group leader in New York—no answer. I then called a friend who used to be in the support group with me and she talked to me for an hour or so. I had so much energy I thought I could fly.
The next day, I looked at my leg and the swelling had gone and my leg was healed! I showed my wife and daughter and they witnessed it as well. My right legged looked as if the veins had been somehow reworked and wrapped around my angle, shin, and leg up to the knee. Beautiful work! I thanked my ET friends and I am so very grateful.
The only problem was that when I visited my doctors for my blood work, they could not understand why my blood levels had dropped with the blood thinner. That was there main concern, not the healing of the leg and of course I am not telling them anything, unless of course they read this blog. My last two blood work ups have not been satisfactory for them.
The result is that they have raised my dosage until we meet again on the 5th of August. I really don’t blame them. They do what they do and they want me to recover. Yes, I’ll have to muddle through with these meds until early Fall but I’ll be fine. But what a wonderful gift on Independence Day no less, and I consider it a wonderful birthday present as well. I was born on July 9th.
It may not be what Marvin Gaye had in mind, but for me, ET healing can be just as good!

Peace to all,

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Labor Day

Pretty mellow day today. Nice to have a long weekend and to spend some time with family. Thank goodness for the proof reading skills of my lovely wife as I have now completed a (second) revised Foreward to the 2nd edition of my book as well as completing a chapter on UFOs in Islam. I have submitted it to my publicist and will see what transpires.
Back to work at church tomorrow. Looking forward to it!

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