Before you dismiss this post “out of hand,” please read what Commander George W. Hoover has stated. More and more of us are becoming aware that we are not alone. After that, interpretations run the gamut, as they are wont to do. One cannot begin to understand just what is going on here, unless one becomes cognizant of the fact that not only are “extraterrestrials” multidimensional, so are we.
“Universally acknowledged as the “grandfather” of satellite technology – and a close associate of Dr. Werner von Braun – Commander George W. Hoover has revealed that the truth about Roswell is far stranger that we have ever dared to think.”
Renowned U.S. Navy Commander Reveals Stunning Roswell Crash Secret
HOOVER’S MESSAGE TO MANKIND
Hoover died at age 83 in 1998.
In his decades of service to our country, the Commander helped to provide to mankind the vision to go beyond our planet Earth.
He aimed to take us high and far to the stars.
This is because Hoover knew that we can be so much more.
We have the potential to be at once an Interstellar and a Hyper-Dimensional race.
We will one day manipulate and morph the very fabric of space-time and matter itself. We too will traverse the vast cosmos in an instant.
When that day comes, the Navy Man tells us, we will no longer fear the Alien.
We will realize that we are the Alien.
George Adamski: A Herald for the Space Brothers
‘WHO ARE YOU, GEORGE?’
Steeped as they were in the materialistic world view so dominant in the 20th century, it didn’t take most members of the scientific community and the media much time to doubt, denounce and discard the facts and experiences which George Adamski described in the books that propelled him into the international limelight in the 1950s, Flying Saucers Have Landed and Inside the Space Ships.
In addition, governments and the military had everything to lose from a general awareness that humanity is not alone in the Universe, or even in our own solar
Yet, educating the public about the reality of Life on and from other planets was precisely the mission which Adamski had taken upon himself, and even in death he continues to be slandered for his pains.
Once our space probes had established that life as we know it was not possible on the dense-physical levels of planets like Mars and Venus, Adamski’s claims of having photographed space ships and meeting people from these planets were ridiculed, while skeptics tried to belittle him by cooking up lies about his profession, his character and his intentions, and covert government operations were allowed to go all-out to confuse the public mind about the true nature of the UFO phenomenon.
Over the years much has been said and written about the man who is generally considered the first of the ‘contactees’ – very little of which involved much openmindedness and most of it being malicious theories, accusations, derogative comments, half-truths and outright lies.
Only a handful of authors, if that many, thought Adamski worthy of serious investigation.
While most authors, sympathetic or skeptic, busied themselves proving or disproving, as the case may be, Adamski’s claims about his experiences with UFOs and their occupants, he himself persevered and worked as hard as ever to help a deeply divided world obtain a sense of the fundamental oneness underlying all expressions of the universal life, which he experienced and was taught by his extraterrestrial contacts.
What he lacked, perhaps, in sophistication he made up for in urgency and steadfastness of purpose.
Rather than a proper biography which traces the life
of its subject, this book is more of a monograph about the scope and significance of Adamski’s work, which is reappraised here in light of the spiritual realities of life with the emergence into full public view of our Elder Brothers – the Masters of Wisdom of the Spiritual Hierarchy, headed by the World Teacher – and the Space Brothers from our neighbouring planets, at the dawn of the new cosmic cycle of Aquarius.
As these realities become clearer to more people every day, it will be seen that Adamski was hardly the “crackpot from California” that Time magazine and others made him out to be, but a visionary teacher who was far ahead of the small minds that were waging a cold war against not just political opponents, but against the fact of our interplanetary brotherhood, of which George Adamski was the bravest messenger.
Gerard Aartsen Amsterdam, May 2010
the slow, aeonic. struggling ascent towards union in the Central Mystic Sun,
With two telescopes, one of which had a camera attached, Adamski said he was able to observe and photograph hundreds of saucers.
Now, for the first time I fully realised that I was in the presence of a man from
space—A HUMAN BEING FROM ANOTHER WORLD ! I had not seen his ship
as I was walking toward him, nor did I look round for it now. I did not even think of
his ship, and I was so stunned by this sudden realisation that I was speechless.
My mind seemed to temporarily stop functioning.
He understood this, and his expression so indicated.
Now he understood perfectly, and smiling broadly he pointed to the sun; made
I had an impression of tremendous solidity and smoothness, with little more realization of
movement than of the unnoticeable journey of the Earth itself as it revolves around the Sun at
eighteen and one-half miles per second. Others who have been privileged to ride in these
Saucers also have been struck by the same sensation of movement—or rather, the almost total
lack of it. But the fact is, with so many wonders crowding my consciousness, it was only later,
after I was back on Earth reviewing the night’s experiences in my own mind, that I could
begin to sort them out.
My attention was now called to the big lens at my feet. An amazing sight met my eyes! We
appeared to be skimming the rooftops of a small town; I could identify objects as though we
were no more than a hundred feet above the ground. It was explained to me that actually we
were a good two miles up and still rising, but this optical device had such magnifying power
that single persons could be picked out and studied, if so desired, even when the craft was
many miles high and out of sight.
“The central pillar or magnetic pole serves a double purpose,” explained my bench
companion. “Besides providing most of the power for flight, it also serves as a powerful
telescope with one end pointing up through the dome to view the sky, and the other pointing
down through the floor to inspect the land below. Images are projected through it into the two
big lenses in the floor and ceiling, as you can see.”
He did not explain whether this was done electronically or by some other means. Its
magnifications could be varied at will, and I suspect that there was more to it than a simple
optical system such as we know on Earth.
I looked up into the translucent dome. The stars had always looked near enough to touch in
the clear air of my mountain home, but viewed through this ceiling lens they seemed to be
actually on top of us. As I alternated between watching the wonders of the sky and the swift
Earth flashing beneath us, I noticed four cables which appeared to run through the floor lens
(or immediately below it), joining the central pole in the form of a cross.
This, our brother, lived for a while on Earth, where he chose to come on an assignment. Now he has returned to us” (p. 32).
Lord Leslie on Adamski – Quantum Cosmology
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|AC||Adamski, George. 1955. Inside the Space Ships. New York: Abelard-Schuman.|
|AC||Adamski, George. 1958. Adamski Answers Washington Denial Regarding R. E. Straith. Flying Saucer Review 4(4): 8-9.|
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|AC||Adamski, George. 1961. Flying Saucers Farewell. London & New York: Abelard-Schuman.|
|AC||Adamski, George. 1972. Cosmic Philosophy. Freeman, SD: Pine Hill Press.|
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George Adamski – A Herald for the Space Brothers – PREVIEW
George Adamski publications (not comprehensive)
This overview was compiled from various sources, including the SkepticReport UFO Bibliography1; J. Gordon Melton and George M. Eberhart, ‘The Flying Saucer Contactee Movement, 1950-1994: A Bibliography’ (Chapter 10 in James R. Lewis (ed.), The Gods Have Landed. New Religions From Other Worlds, SUNY Press, 1995) and Paradigm Research Group2, with corrections and additions based on the author’s own research.
Cosmic Philosophy San Diego, California, USA : G. Adamski, 1961. (iv, 87 p.) Freeman, South Dakota, USA : Pine Hill Press, 1972
Flying Saucers Farewell New York, USA; London, UK : Abelard-Schuman, 1961. (190 p.)
Re-published as: [The Strange People, Powers, Events] Behind the Flying Saucer Mystery New York, USA : Warner Paperback Library, 1967, 1974 (159 p.)
Flying Saucers Have Landed [with Desmond Leslie] New York, USA : The British Book Centre, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1967, 1972 (232 p.) London, UK : T. Werner Laurie, 1953, 1954, 1959 (232 p.) London, UK : Panther Books, 1957 New York, USA : Warner Paperback Library, 1967 London, UK : Tiptree Book Service, 1970 (264 p.) London, UK : Book Club Associates, 1973
Re-published as: Flying Saucers Have Landed. Revised and Enlarged Edition London, UK : Neville Spearman 1970, 1972, 1976 (281 p.) London, UK : Futura 1977, 1978
1 http://ufobibliography.skepticreport.com/?p=315, retrieved 23 December 2009.
2 http://www.paradigmresearchgroup.org/biblio/biba.html, retrieved 23 December 2009.
Other sources (not comprehensive)
‘Long-Range Telescope Added to Laguna Project’, Los Angeles Times, 30 April 1938.
‘Tibetan Monastery, First in America, to Shelter Cult Disciples in Laguna Beach’, Los Angeles Times, 8 April 1934. (Reprinted in Hukuda Takatoshi (ed.), Scout Ship (Newsletter of GAP-Japan Sapporo Chapter) No.4, December 1994, p.12.)
Aartsen, Gerard. ‘George Adamski – A Herald for the Space Brothers’, Share International Vol. 27, No.8, October 2008, pp.8-10.
Aartsen, Gerard. Book review The Amazing Mr Lutterworth, Share International Vol. 27, No.8, October 2008, p.11.
Aartsen, Gerard. Book review Angels in Starships: ‘A new Moses will lead you’, Share International Vol. 28, No.8, October 2009, pp.6-7, 18.
Bailey, Alice A. Between War and Peace (New York, USA : Lucis Publishing Company, 1942).
Bailey, Alice A. From Bethlehem to Calgary (London, UK : Lucis Press, 3rd printing, 1968).
Bailey, Alice A. Initiation, Human and Solar (London, UK : Lucis Press, 9th printing, 1970).
Bailey, Alice A. A Treatise on Cosmic Fire (London, UK : Lucis Press, 10th printing, 1973).
Bailey, Alice A. A Treatise on The Seven Rays, Vol.I: Esoteric Psychology (London, UK : Lucis Press, 10th printing, 1979).
Barker (ed.), Gray. Book of Adamski (Clarksburg, West Virginia, USA : Saucerian Publications, n.d. [c1966]).
Buckle, Eileen. The Scoriton Mystery – Did Adamski Return? (London, UK : Neville Spearman, 1967).
Brunt, Tony. ‘George Adamski and the Toughest Job in the World’ (Secret History Part 3, UFOCUS NZ, May 2009, http://www. ufocusnz.org.nz/secret_history_3.html, retrieved 19 December 2009).
Chapman, Robert. UFO – Flying Saucers over Britain? (Frogmore, St Albans, Herts, UK : Mayflower Books Ltd, 1974 reprint).