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


Will it reach enough people in time?* Decades of mainstream media censorship of the Billy Meier UFO case were shattered by the publication of a new Huffington Post interview with Michael Horn. This follows the first major breakthrough, which occurred when a skeptical professor facilitated the first of two presentations in an American university,  NAU,… Read More


Radio interview pulled, producer cites unspecified “safety issues” As many of you know by now, I did an interview with Natalie-Marie Hart that experienced unprecedented technical difficulties. Natalie-Marie’s producer (her mother) said, “You should write about the technical issues that happened. First the voice, and then the second time we do the interview the video… Read More


Second presentation on Billy Meier UFO case at NAU, new film coming out this summer On March 30, I made my second presentation on the Billy Meier UFO case at NAU, again at the invitation of Prof. Scott Antes, and about which a new film will be coming out this summer. I answered questions posed… Read More


The Henoch Prophecies ceaselessly unfold right before our sleepy eyes Many people are now familiar with the Henoch Prophecies and how they ceaselessly unfold right before our sleepy eyes. But some don’t think that they could possibly be accurate despite the undeniable events. Others feel unsatisfied because they want even more scary details so they can… Read More


SecpThose who bring our own misconduct and mistakes to our attention, so that we can quickly correct it, are our real friends There’s been a good deal of behind the scenes turmoil since I posted Part 1., where I documented my attempts to bring what, in my opinion, is ethically unacceptable behavior by Andy Vrbicek,… Read More


Ignored warnings that student’s defamatory attacks violated school’s Code of Conduct The Dean of the Law School and the Dean of Students at ASU both failed to address libelous and unethical behavior by a student, which also violated ASU’s Student Code of Conduct, and about which they were warned. In accordance with the Student Disciplinary Procedures, the deans… Read More