Painting from 1965 shows numerous images seemingly foretelling specific current events  In 1965, my painting below was displayed in the Sixty-eightth Annual Exhibitionby Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, at the Art Institute of Chicago. I draw your attention to several of the images in the painting, beginning in the top left. 1. There is a white football… Read More


Yes, Neil, they’re real, now what will you do about it? It’s not Neil deGrasse Tyson’s fault. At least I hope it isn’t. I can’t say the same for a number of other scientists, including Michio Kaku, Paul Davies, Lawrence Krause, Phil Plait, Jason Wright, SETI, the cowardly Donald Prothero and his enablers at IUP and… Read More


When just having a headache really isn’t enough As usual, in addition to our INTERACTIVE format, tonight’s show will cover these topics: UFO News: Yes, there really is some to talk about “The Adventures of Billy Meier” more than a comic book The Salome Peace Meditation…and the Red Meteor ISIS defeated in Iraq, NYC terrorism,… Read More


The Pain of the Creation We are reminded that all things have a birth into existence, with accompanying pain On page 74 of The Decalogue, in the “Fourth Recommendation”, in number 283, we read: “Also it, the Creation, often and often lay immersed in profound pain as it was created by the Ur-Creation and was… Read More


NOTE: This blog formerly contained information about very negative communications from Trevor Toler, a still current contributor to one of Ben Davidson’s Suspicious0bservers channels. I recently engaged in an email exchange with Ben because, understandably, he was upset by my revealing that information in the blog. We arrived at an agreement for my removing the mutually… Read More


Derek Bartholomaus stole property, endangered Billy Meier’s life It was recently revealed that skeptic Derek Batholomaus, who failed in his attempts to debunk the authenticity of the Billy Meier UFO contacts, had stolen and fraudulently used copyrighted material* in a deliberate and devious attempt to try to mislead people into believing he was also affiliated… Read More