From the book How to Contact Space People by Ted Owens
THE UFO INTELLIGENCES
Having made no headway with the U.S. Government, I had to get a job, and a house for my family. Our car had just fallen apart after our long, long trip across the U.S., and I was near broke.
It was precisely at this point that I discovered for the first time that it was not nature, but the UFO INTELLIGENCES, which I had been contacting, and which had been guiding me.
We had just settled into our rented house in Washington, D.C., and I had gotten a job, when UFO's starting appearing all around the area. The newspapers and TV were full of reports. Still, I had not connected what I was doing with UFO's. But one day the "intelligence from Nature" told me to write a letter to George Clark of Central Intelligence.
My letter read:
Nature has told me to tell you that to prove it is using me as its representative, it will do something without my using PK, or knowing any of its (Nature's) workings. Nature will in the near future, change the North and South poles. As the message came to me, I believe it will use extreme heat to affect those two places, and change the magnetic condition of the Poles. Nature added that you won't have to check with any Bureau on it - that the results will be strong enough to make the newspapers, where you can read about it.
(I actually delayed sending this letter to him, because, as I told my children, the Intelligence didn't seem to make any sense. But, since Nature's other messages had mostly all come to pass, I finally went ahead, after days of vacillation, and sent the letter.)
It was dated March 9, 1965. On July 8 of that year I found out, with a jolt, that what I had been dealing with for several years were UFO Intelligences. On July 8, all the newspapers carried a startling article:
FLYING SAUCER IS REPORTED OVER TWO SOUTH POLES.
AP, Santiago, Chile.
From the Antarctic Thursday came official reports that a mysterious lens-shaped flying object, maneuvering and moving at great speed, was sighted last Saturday. A Chilean base commander in the Antarctic reported the object was "yellowish red, changing to green, yellow and orange".
In Buenos Aires, the Navy issued a communique saying personnel at Argentina's Antarctic base saw the flying object and photographed it. Mario J. Berrero, commander of the Chilean base, told the Defense Ministry by radio that it would be too much to say that all of us saw a flying saucer, one of those science-fiction things. However," he continued, "it was something real, an object that moved at amazing speed, maneuvered quickly, and gave off a blue-green sheen. It also caused interference in the electromagnetic apparatus of an Argentine base which is facing ours on a nearby small island." The interference was confirmed by the Navy communique issued in Buenos Aires. "The object was yellowish red," Berrero said, "changing to green, yellow and orange. It would zigzag quickly. Then it stopped and we promptly reached for field glasses, telescopes, anything at hand to sight it. We watched as it remained quietly there for about 20 minutes."
Berrero said a corporal took color pictures but there are no facilities for developing the film. The men must wait for eight months to be relieved to have the film developed on the mainland.
So, my prediction "from Nature", to George Clark, months earlier, had come to pass. There had been an electromagnetic change over the Pole; and the flying saucer had calmly stayed in place over the scientific base long enough to be photographed, and to get into the newspapers. Thus, ingeniously, the UFO intelligences had made my "prediction" come true, and had told me that it was they, and not Nature, who had been communicating with me. Moreover, as per my letter, they confirmed by this action that they were in communication with me.
Still the government did nothing. My two teen-agers, Lornie and Rick, who had been with me through several years of Si-caused miracles, went to the West Coast to live with their mother, and to prepare for college. My wife and I and my small baby went to Philadelphia to live. Then the fun really started.
At this point you, the reader, might like to guess who, besides the U.S. Government had knowledge of my causing storms and guiding hurricanes, through the Si's. Give up? RUSSIA!
On October 1. 1964, the following clipping appeared in the newspapers:
U.S. SAID WAGING WEATHER WAR.
A Soviet colonel charged in Moscow Wednesday that the Pentagon had directed US scientists to work out ways of directing hurricanes toward Communist countries (Meaning Cuba). The charge was made by Col. I. Zheitikov in the Soviet Defense Ministry newspaper Krasnaya Zvezda (Red Star).
I almost fell off my chair laughing, when I read that, because I had actually guided three hurricanes onto Florida, as a demonstration for the U.S. Government; and of course Cuba had been affected, infuriating Russia. What startled me was the fact that Russia, knowing nothing about my activity, had perceived that all those hurricanes crisscrossing Cuba, toward the U.S., could not be accidents, or coincidences! Of course, if the Russians had stopped to think, if the U.S. could direct hurricanes (it cannot) it would not deliberately steer three of the giants onto its own country, Florida!
On July 21, 1965, I again wrote George Clark, CIA, as follows:
My little friends say that they will appear over one of our major U.S. cities soon, in one of their flying machines. They won't name the city, for security reasons (theirs).
They also state that they will begin an attack campaign on the U.S. with lightning. Lightning attacks everywhere. There will be an unusual abundance of lightning bolts striking everywhere, everything, soon.
The above is an effort to further prove that PK Man (Owens) is their representative, and that they can communicate with PK Man.
The Si's went to work immediately. News clips, as usual, tell the story. July 23, two days later came the headline,
LIGHTNING KILLS POULTRY WORKER IN HOME CELLAR.
Oceanville, New Jersey:
A lightning bolt struck a man who was counting chicken eggs 10 feet beneath the earth, in a cellar. He had just picked up a telephone to call his family to warn that lightning had just struck a tree outside the cellar. Then it struck again, through the telephone connection.
July 30: Three U.S. Marines were struck and killed by a bolt of lightning in Viet Nam.
Aug. 4: Lightning struck a Saturn 5 Moon Rocket launch pad at Cape Kennedy, killing one man and injuring five.
Aug. 9: Two golfers were struck and killed by a bolt of lightning in Louisville, Georgia.
Aug. 17: In Auburn, Calif., a bolt of lightning struck and exploded a stockpile of dynamite at Hell Hole Dam, killing three men and injuring a fourth.
Aug. 19: In Porterville, California, a bolt of lighting struck and set on fire one of the oldest and largest living things on earth - Old Solo, a giant, 202-foot-high redwood tree.
Aug. 19: A line of thunderstorms moved through Philadelphia, Pa., with lightning bolts striking everywhere. Thousands of homes and businesses were blacked out.
Aug. 20: Over Saint-Trond, Belgium, a Polish airliner was struck by a bolt of lightning and exploded.
(Note: All of the above examples were carried widely in the newspapers.)
Now, for the other parts of the prediction, that the Si's would make an appearance over a U.S. city.
July 31: Washington, D.C.
People on five continents have reported gazing into the sky in recent weeks, usually at night, and seeing something they couldn't explain. Suddenly, the flying saucer phenomena is back with us. From the United States, from Argentina, Uruguay, Portugal, France, Antarctic and Australia have come a rash of reports of so-called unidentified objects. The UFO reports have been the most numerous since 1957. Aug, 2: Washington, D.C. "People who thought they were seeing flying saucers last weekend probably were seeing stars," the Air Force announced Monday. It investigated reports of unidentified flying objects over Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Kansas on Saturday and Sunday. Sightings were also reported in Colorado, South Dakota, Nebraska and Wyoming. Aug. 4: Oklahoma City Thousands of persons across the Nation's midlands and Southwest again last night reported seeing mysterious flashes, winking and sparkling phenomena that sped and sometimes zigzagged across the skies. An Air Force weather observer in Oklahoma City has repeatedly seen unusual objects in the skies, and said they are "no mirage". One of the objects "looked like it had a flat top and flat bottom, and it was not a true sphere", the observer said. "There were two rings around it and the rings were part of the main body!"
So the saucer intelligences once again confirmed that I was their representative, and in communication with them.
Next, on August 6, 1965, I wrote George Clark, CIA (plus my other contacts, scientists, government agencies, etc.) as follows:
Now, for your amusement, and because you've been so good to listen to me for so long, I will let you in on something. I am calling fleets of UFO's here, to Philadelphia, from everywhere. Trouble is I do not know what they can do to prove to these people here that I'm for real. But I will think of something. I believe they are here already, because I sent for them this afternoon. With all that power, whatever kind it is, that they have - and it seems to be miraculous, judging from what they've accomplished this past year - they should do something startling. Am trying to convey the idea to them of coming right down over the city and hovering. But they give me the idea back that we might have some kind of rays like they have, or whatever it is they have, and hurt them or something, so that they are reticent to do this. So I am trying to tell them we haven't any such thing, and that it's safe for them to appear.
The confirming answer from the UFO's came on Jan. 12, 1966.
Front page newspaper write-ups follow:
UFO SIGHTED AT WANAQUE
(New Jersey ...not far from Philadelphia, where I lived).
FLYING SAUCER CASTS SPOTLIGHT ON
An unidentified flying object - "very white, very bright and much bigger than a star" hovered silently over this astounded Ramapo countryside for hours last night. Hundreds of eye-witnesses in a 20-mile periphery testified to seeing a flying saucer, first in Oakland, later of the Wanaque Reservoir where it lingered longest, then above Lakeland Regional High School, and finally over the Houdaile sandpit in Haskell. From there it appeared to move southeast towards Pines Lake in Wayne and suddenly disappear.
"The phenomena was terribly strange" Mayor Harry Wolfe said, having been alerted by local police that a UFO was circling over Raymond Dam at the Wanaque head works. Wolfe drove there to see for himself. With him were Councilmen Arthur Barton and Warren Hagstrom, and the mayor's 14-year-old son, Billy. Billy spotted the unidentified object at once. Flying low it glided "oddly" he said. "But it didn't flicker. It was just a continuous light that changed from white to red to green and back to white."
The older observers estimated "the oval" was between two and nine feet in diameter. First word of the terrestrial visitor reached the New Jersey police station in Pompton Lakes at 6:30 P.M. After some 30 telephone calls from excited residents and motorists, the radio monitor contacted Wanaque Patrolman Joseph Cisco.
People in Oakland, Ringwood, Paterson, Totawa, Wayne and Butler claim there's a flying saucer over the Wanaque, he was informed. Cisco radioed reservoir Patrolman George Dykman, and even as Dykman was receiving the message two excited teenagers came running. "Look, look," they pointed excitedly. Dykman gaped along with Michael Sloat, 16, and Peter Melegrae, 15, and a few seconds later they were joined by Civil Defense Director Bentley Spencer and CD member Richard Vrooman. "What the heck is it?" exclaimed Dykman. "Never saw anything like it in my life." Spencer proceeded to the top of 1,300 foot long Raymond Dam with reservoir employee Fred Steines. From that vantage point he reported later that he saw "a bolt of light shoot down, as if attracted to the water." He said it looked "like a beam emitted from a porthole".
In the meantime Reservoir Police Lt. George Destito stood guard at the Wanaque entrance gates turning away swarms of pedestrians and scores of cars converging to the scene from north and south in Ringwood Avenue. The "saucer" hovered for more than two hours over the Raymond Dam area before soaring out of sight. It reappeared over Lakeland Regional High School in the Midvale section of the borough. A crowd of photographers and reporters were on the spot, but before any pictures could be taken the mystery object vanished. The reportedly "last good view" was reported in Highland Avenue, Haskell, where volunteer firemen were burning Christmas trees in the Houdaille sand pit.
Police headquarters continued receiving telephone calls, however, all in the same vein of petrified wonder:
"I saw something weird - what is it?"
Another report by Jack Mahon, Journal-American Staff Writer, New York:
What Did They See Hovering Over Jersey? What was the strange flying object that hovered over the Wanaque Reservoir in Northern New Jersey all through the night, baffling police and terrorizing thousands of residents in neighboring townships? The UFO - which is all anyone could call it - was still unidentified today. The police of Wanaque, Wyckoff, Pompton Lakes, Riverdale, Ringwood and Paterson all witnessed the strange bright light, which resembled a disc, as it dipped and rose over the 15-mile-long reservoir from 7:30 p.m. yesterday until early this morning. They didn't know what to call it. Officials at Steward Air Force Base, Newburg, New York, and McGuire Air Base, Wrightstown, New Jersey, said they'd heard of the UFO - but acted as if they wished they hadn't. Both bases clamped a tight lid of silence on the subject and denied they had sent planes to investigate the phenomena.
Patrolman George Dykman, of the Wanaque Reservoir police, first spotted the weird disc about 200 yards from the police station.
"It was very bright," Patrolman Dykman said, "about two feet in diameter and, as it dipped over the dam, a round light about nine feet in diameter was reflected in the water."
Patrolman Charles Theodora said the disc disappeared at 8:30 p.m., but returned about 2:20 a.m. It was motionless for about an hour, then moved back and forth several times.
"It raced about six miles up and down the dam at supersonic speed," said the officer. "At one point it flashed a ray of light on the ice. Patrolman Capana and I drove up to investigate. We found a hole in the ice about 40 to 50 feet in diameter - there is no explaining it. The rest of the dam is covered solid."
Jack Burchill, an aerospace student at N.Y. Institute of Technology, Westbury, Long Island, and Richard Scott Paterson, a student at Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, gave this analysis:
"It doesn't twinkle, so it is not a star. It's too bright to be a planet or celestial body. It gives off its own light. It can't be a helicopter, for it is soundless and appears to move at better than 1000 miles per hour."
Wanaque Mayor Harry T. Wolfe, Civil Defense Director Bentley Spencer, and Howard Ball, suburban editor of the Paterson Evening News, also spotted the UFO. Mr. Ball said:
"I was driving up a hill. I thought it was the planet Venus. Then it looked like an airplane - but it was too low. I don't know what it is - or was."
Neither does anyone else.
So, the Si's did exactly as I had asked them to do on August 6... they came down and hovered for hours, instead of half an hour, to prove they were real. But they came down at Wanaque, New Jersey (not far from Philadelphia) evidently because they did not trust the Philadelphia area. Also, they demonstrated the very ray I had talked about in my August 6 letter to George Clark.
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