The latest post on the Globe In Transit Blog is dated Wednesday, April 06, 2011 and titled:
E.T. Disappearance Syndrome 3 : Orestes Wilson Letters 1970-1978
I'm expecting to make at least two more posts in this series (i.e. E.T. Disappearance Syndrome 4 & 5).
These posts provide information that counters the false history presented by Budd Hopkins in 'Sight Unseen' by Budd Hopkins & Carol Rainey, especially statements made in Chapter 10.
(This response by me to the missing/false history in 'Sight Unseen' should not be assumed to imply a comment on the 'cases' investigated and presented in the book, any or all of which might be 'valid' - I don't know).
Jerome Clark Invisible E.T's : 1968 Article/Chapter
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April 24 2011, 2:42 PM
E.T. Disappearance Syndrome 4 has been posted on the blog.
The fifth in the series might have made reference to a 1968 article in a magazine (or 'chapter' in a magazine-format version of a book?) titled 'The Allende Letters'.
For the moment at least, I'll shelve that posting and include the entire article here, though probably temporarily. This is here for the few who are or might be interested for educational/research purposes only. Unless someone can reassure me that this article is definitely out of copyright, I will probably delete it quite soon.
So, enjoy it while you can (?)
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I made a new post on the blog on November 10th. For some reason that I'm mystified by, the 2 images appear significantly smaller than they were before uploading to the blog, despite the fact that I had 'large' stipulated when uploading (anyone know why this would happen?). Consequently on this post it isn't as easy to make out the picture and related text as I would have liked.
.....I related how 'Jesus' was written of, by David Icke, as having been a spiritual man who really existed. This certainty of the real existence of 'Jesus' was conveyed to readers of his books published in 1994 and 1995.
However, by 1999's The Biggest Secret David Icke demonstrated an equal impression of certainty in his writing that Jesus had never really existed, at all.
The enigma of how Mr. Icke completely changed his mind about the physical existence of Jesus Christ within the space of four years, or less, still lingers in my mind.
I've yet to come across any even fractional explanation to resolve the puzzle.
In the meantime, here is 'Part 1' of a TV interview that David Icke did in 1991, in which he speaks of Jesus as someone who really, physically existed.