Friday, 20 July 2018

Sarcophagus Update

See here for essential background: After much speculation, as well as fears of the plague and pharaoh's curses, the sarcophagus has been opened. This was done much sooner than expected. A crane and other heavy-lifting equipment were brought to the building site to remove the fifteen ton lid. A crowd of onlookers surrounded the sixteen foot pit which had been dug around the artefact. The first person to look inside was Prof. Mostafa Waziri of the Egyptian Council of Antiquities. He immediately dropped down dead with a beetle crawling out of his mouth... Only kidding! What he actually saw was very disappointing. It seems that the scene was not as undisturbed as had previously been thought. Even though the sarcophagus had not been exhumed and opened previously, it has been in the path of some outflow from a dodgy drain and the inside was filled with decomposing sewage. However beneath this fetid slurry were the skeletons of three people. Unfortunately if there were any other items that might identify them then these have not survived. The skeletons have been taken to the National Restoration Museum in Alexandria for further examination. The research team have already stated that one of the skulls has been damaged in a way that indicates that the person was shot in the head by an arrow. No more information is available right now... Or should I say, that's all the information they're willing to let the people know at present. Source:

Thursday, 19 July 2018

Ben Emlyn-Jones on Unite Planet 2

I have been interviewed again by the Unite Planet film-makers:
Subjects discussed include: the Nottinghamshire Roswell, real zombies, Helen Duncan and much much more. See here for my previous interviews with Unite Planet:

Tuesday, 17 July 2018

Romanov Execution Centenary

A hundred years ago today, in the early hours of the morning, the presence of the Habsburg Illuminati bloodline in Russia came to an end. Nicholas Romanov, the former Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, was executed along with his entire family. It was a grisly scene in the cellar of Ipatiev House in Russia, where the Church of the Blood in Yekaterinburg now stands. It is dedicated to Nicholas and his family who are Russian Orthodox saints. Nicholas, his wife Alexandra and their five children, Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia and Alexei; also a handful of their private staff, were all shot and killed. The youngest girl, Anastasia, survived the shooting because she had the Romanov family jewels sewn into her clothing and this acted as body armour. So she was beaten to death with a stick. The youngest victim, former Prince Alexei, was only thirteen.
Tsar Nicholas II was the last emperor of the Romanov dynasty which had ruled the Russian Empire for over three hundred years. He was forced to abdicate in March 1917 following the Russian Revolution. At first he and his family were kept under house arrest in one of their palaces which were, of course, very comfortable. The "dual power" system at the time, consisting of the union of the soviets and Alexander Kerensky's provisional government, treated the royal prisoners very well; but after the Bolshevik Revolution in October everything changed. The Russian Civil War broke out and so the Tsar's family were moved several times to keep them out of enemy hands. Eventually they were incarcerated in Ipatiev House which was known as "the place of special purpose". In July 1918 the White Army was advancing on Yekaterinburg and this could have resulted in the Romanovs being liberated, which would have been a huge morale boost to the enemy; so Lenin ordered that the Romanovs be executed. After the family were all dead they were taken out of the city and an attempt was made to destroy their bodies; the Bolsheviks wanted the Whites to find absolutely no trace at all of the royal prisoners. The corpses were dismembered, soaked in acid and burned. The remains were then thrown down a flooded mine shaft. The skeletons of the couple and their three oldest children were found in 1979 and they were eventually buried in 1998. The remains of Anastasia and Alexei were found in 2007. The whole family now lies in a crypt at the Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg. To certify the identification of Alexei it was necessary to compare his DNA to that of his closest living relative, Prince Philip.

The cold-blooded and pragmatic disposal of the Romanov family still haunts the Russian people today a century after it was done; in fact the full exhumation of the bodies was only politically correct after Mikhail Gorbachev took over as Soviet leader and initiated his Glasnost and Perestroika reforms. Before that the authorities, after the first discovery in 1979, had ordered the evidence thrown back into the mine shaft where they'd been recovered. The full story is told best by Frankin Schaffner's film Nicholas and Alexandra, which includes a brilliant performance by the Doctor Who actor Tom Baker as Rasputin. see: The answer you will give to the question of why the Romanovs were killed will depend on your point of view. If you are a Marxist you will say that it was necessary as a tactic in the war, and that the Romanovs were brutal tyrants and so deserved it anyway. If you are an American right-winger you'll probably say that it was an evil thing done by communists because communists are naturally evil per se. What sense does it make to me, a conspiracy theorist? The Romanovs were part of the Illuminati, in fact at the time they were one of the most powerful families in the world, at least among those in the public arena. It also is indisputable that the Russian Revolution was intended and in line with those behind the New World Order; as has been discovered by people like Anthony Sutton and G Edward Griffin, see the background links above and below. The answer lies in the nature of the Illuminati itself. Despite the enormous privilege of being a part of the elite global bloodlines in terms of material wealth, status and political power, the benefits do not necessarily include loyalty. If your own death is required for the wellbeing or advancement of the "Great Work of Ages" then you will be discarded without a qualm. In his book They Cast no Shadows Brian Desborough describes a disturbing scene at a Satanic ritual in which a long term operative within the Satanic network who had carried out numerous ceremonies for the elite was himself seized, bound and placed on the altar by his fellow black magicians. They then killed him with the same fervour that they did their usual innocent victims, see: Joining the Illuminati is something of a Faustian bargain. To slightly adapt a quote from the Gospels: "You will gain the world but lose your soul". The Illuminati will give you riches beyond your wildest dreams and everything that goes with it. You will eat every day from golden plates and never again drive anything cheaper than a Rolls Royce. However, in return... you never say "no". Whatever order you are given by your superior within the network, you will carry out immediately and to the letter; regardless of what it is. Another good illustration of this dilemma is the film The Brotherhood of the Bell, see: As the example of the Romanovs has shown, if it is required of you, you will give up your life. Tsar Nicholas II was a part of the global elite, but he and his loved ones were thrown to the wolves without a moment of hesitation or regret because the necessity of the cause required it. Those who are tempted by a lust for money, success, status and power, and approach the Illuminati in the hope that it will deliver it to them, should consider this carefully before their initiation.

Monday, 16 July 2018

Apparently we ARE Alone!

Some very very clever people at Oxford University... and there are a lot of clever people there... have announced that humans are alone in the universe. Earth is the only planet with any intelligent life for as far as it is possible to see. This perfectly and extremely sensible claim was made by three scientists, Anders Sandberg, Eric Drexler and Toby Ord at the Future of Humanity Institute... Personally I think Sandberg Drexler and Ord sounds more like a firm of solicitors. The names also look German; I wonder what Michael Shrimpton would say. Their conclusion comes from Fermi's paradox, a proposal made by the famous physicist Enrico Fermi. In a lecture at the Los Alamos National Laboratory once, he asked why we have never been visited by extraterrestrials seeing as the universe is infinite in size and does definitely have the ability to develop intelligent life; the earth being a case in point. The Drake Equation, that I refer to in the background link above, was put together by some of the world's leading experts in astronomy, biology, cosmology and statistics. The SETI proponent Jill Tarter calls it: "a wonderful way to organize our ignorance", but is that fair now we know that most stars have planets and that a large proportion of those planets are in the "Goldilocks zone", the region of space where they could have an earth-like environment? This trio of Gerry mentalmen from Oxford say "yes". The problem is that biologists still are not sure how likely the process of life is to begin wherever the correct habitat occurs. It could be that every earth-like planet inexorably generates life in one form or another as a natural part of its evolution; or it could be a fluke. With only one example to work with, the earth, it's impossible to declare the odds. Based on this new study by Sandberg Drexler and Ord, the odds are between 39 and 85 percent that earth is either the only planet in the universe with life, or that life exists out there but it is so far away we will never be able to contact it. Source: And:

The odds proposed by Sandberg Drexler and Ord are very wide-ranged. The three scientists also fail to take into account the issues I myself raise in my SETI and UFO's talk, see above background link. The answer to the Fermi paradox is simple, extraterrestrials are visiting us. That's what UFO's are. It astonishes me when I listen to Carl Sagan waxing lyrical about the promises of SETI- the Search for ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence yet he completely dismissed the UFO phenomenon for his entire career. We humans only built the first aeroplane in 1903 yet by 1950 the British Interplanetary Society had finished a practical design for a spacecraft that could reach the nearest stars within a few years. It could be built today and it would work. It is a bizarre illogic that concludes that the universe is teaming with life, much of it far more technologically advanced than humanity, while humanity has designed basic interstellar space travel within just half a century, and could therefore go and visit the aliens... yet on no account can the aliens ever come to visit us! All evidence that suggests that they have is to be instantaneously dismissed without any consideration as the falsehoods of shysters and fools. There is a mental blindfold in academia when it comes to UFO's. Bryce Zabel suggests Carl Sagan's denial is far more than mere ignorance; he thinks Sagan was an insider who knew UFO's were real and was an active agent of the Truth Embargo, see: Either way, this cultural hurdle has to be overcome. In my lecture I also refer to the work of Dr Chandra Wickramasinghe and Prof. Fred Hoyle who have found out that space, far from being a cold inanimate vacuum, is actually filled with organic material. It's like a rainforest up there! I am convinced that our three Oxford German friends are talking nonsense. Thanks to the Russian oligarch Yuri Milner, there is more money and publicity being dedicated to SETI research than ever before. As I say in the East Anglia talk, the inevitable success of the project will have a good knock-on effect for UFOlogy and this will quickly bring Disclosure, I expect. In the links below you will see some of the recent hopeful developments.

Friday, 13 July 2018

Alexandria Sarcophagus

Construction workers on a building site in Alexandria, Egypt have made an incredible discovery, a black granite sarcophagus six feet high and ten feet long. It was buried in the late fourth century BC at the start of the Ptolomaic period when Egypt was ruled by a Hellenistic, Greek-style, kingdom until its annexation by Rome after the death of Cleopatra in 30 BC. An alabaster carving of somebody's head was buried next to the sarcophagus and this indicates that this was a high dignitary of the city. Unfortunately the sculpture has deteriorated to the point that it has no recognizable features so it will be impossible to identify the deceased until the coffin is opened; although it looks masculine with short hair. The grave has been left completely undisturbed since its burial almost two and a half thousand years ago. Source:

There will no doubt be some excited speculation about who the mysterious dead nobleman is and the possibility is open that this could be the long lost tomb of Alexander the Great. It is a huge mystery what happened to the famous Greek conqueror after his death in 323 BC at the tender age of thirty-two. Alexander the Great was a prince of Macedonia and was taught by the famous philosopher Aristotle. In just a few short years he managed to create an empire that spanned the majority of the known world. It covered Egypt, Turkey much of the Middle East and even what is today Pakistan. This empire did not last long, but it was extremely influential; for instance the city itself, Alexandria, is named after Alexander. The prince died of a fever in Mesopotamia, aggravated by a long-term drink-problem, and his body was embalmed by Egyptian mummy-makers. There was an argument among his relatives and political successors about where Alexander should be buried; eventually a tomb was constructed in Alexandria and this was maintained as a sacred site and venerated for six hundred years. What happened next is not well-understood, but in the fourth century AD Alexandria, like the rest of the Roman Empire, underwent a religious reformation under the Emperor Constantine. Christianity rose to dominance very quickly and this revolution involved the desecration of pagan places of worship. According to the previous religion, this included the Tomb of Alexander the Great. It is completely possible that Alexander's body was removed from the tomb by pagan rebels to save it from destruction. The fleeing pagans would have had to go underground and save as much as they could before the Christians wiped them out. When things had calmed down they may well have interred the prince somewhere else secretly. There are numerous rumours about where this second tomb might be and over a hundred and forty attempts to find it. It has become one of the biggest mysteries in history, similar to the Holy Grail or the Ark of the Covenant. Could that quest soon be over? It will be a few weeks before the sarcophagus can be opened. The exhumation must be carried out under strictly controlled conditions to preserve the evidence inside. This will have to be done at the building site because the sarcophagus is too heavy to move. Inside the coffin, based on funeral conventions of the Ptolemaic Egyptian culture, we will probably find the deceased's valuable possessions, such as jewellery; and hopefully some written material explaining who the person was, a clay tablet or stone inscription. There might even be a portrait of the deceased on the mummy's wrapping. I saw a body like this in a museum. We will have to wait and see; I will post an update if the results are interesting.

Wednesday, 11 July 2018

Ben Emlyn-Jones on the Kev Baker Show 36

I have been interviewed again on the Kev Baker Show (aka MrGlasgowTruther) on Truth Frequency Radio, see here for the podcast:
And here for the illustrated YouTube version:
Subjects discussed include: 'Oumuamua speeds up, Nazi flying saucer model, Brexit goes wrong and much much more.
See here for my previous appearance on the Kev Baker Show:

Tuesday, 10 July 2018

UFO Down in Samara

On Saturday the England football team achieved a magnificent victory in the 2018 World Cup, beating Sweden 2-0 and advancing to the semi-finals of the tournament. This took place in Samara, a fine city in the steppes of southern Russia. It is a city with an extreme climate; boiling hot in summer, freezing cold in winter. It also played an important role in the pioneers of space exploration and was formerly a closed city. However its connection with outer space took an ironic twist the Thursday before the big match. Eighty miles away from Samara, just after midnight on the 5th of July, there was an aerial explosion that lit up the night sky above the villages of Bostandyk and Karasu in western Kazakhstan. Amateur witness footage shows a brightly-lit object descend in a straight line and hit the ground in a second burst of light. The impact caused a huge grass fire that took four hours to bring under control. Many nearby residents flocked to the scene and saw an object that they describe as spherical and about ten feet in diameter. Some say a second smaller artefact landed close by. The main object was partly buried in the ground and there are some photographs that are purported to be of it. They show a metallic surface, although one witness claimed that it felt non-metallic and soft like fabric. It is black in colour, possibly due to scorching from entering the earth's atmosphere at high speed. There is what looks like a hatch, similar to those on the Soyuz capsules that provide transport to and from the International Space Station; it is circular, has no hinges and is secured around the circumference by nuts and bolts. However this hatch is only about ten inches across; too small to admit an astronaut. In the middle of the hatch is what looks like a pipe protruding; it splits off towards both sides and ends in a screw and nut connecter. Source: Based on the evidence so far presented, this is definitely a man-made spacecraft from earth. It is probably some kind of satellite. The fabric-like texture a witness describes could be the ablative heat shield that was partly burned off. The incident happened quite close to the Baikonur Space Centre, the world's biggest space launch and recovery facility. However, no space agency has reported losing any rockets. The authorities in Kazakhstan and Russia have not commented which leads me to wonder if this crash involves some kind of classified mission; perhaps it is a spy satellite.