Thursday, 8 December 2016

Brexit is Back!

...But for how long? The government is currently appealing against "the People's Challenge" lawsuit that won a high court ruling in an attempt to force the government to consult parliament over the referendum result in which the Vote Leave side won. The new hearing is an attempt to overturn Mzzzzzzzz Gina Miller and her devious cohorts, see here for essential background: However in the meantime parliament has taken the bull by the horns in what is probably a very wise move. They've carried out a pre-emptive vote on Brexit. It was passed by a huge majority. It was a double vote that involved a compromise to get the Labour MP's on board, but there's no doubt Commons members are pretty much against this new twist in the EU-leaving tale and are ready to support the referendum decision. If the government lose their high court appeal, the parliamentary vote in itself may not be enough because it was only a substantive motion; the ruling may demand a full "Article 50 Act", which will cause another few months' delay, but this vote is a useful gauge of parliament's opinion which means the People's Challenge have merely interrupted an inevitable outcome. Source: Among those who voted against the motion are a few predictable names: David Lammy, MP for Tottenham; a nasty little tyrant who initiated the whole "second referendum" farce, see: So does this mean it will now be plain sailing all the way towards British independence from the EU?... Not a chance! This is just another battle won. The forces opposed to Brexit will double back and regroup. There are already signs that they have other tricks up their sleeve; probably something connected to the Scottish veto, see: I've said it before and I'll say it again; there is only one solution to this crisis: let Scotland repeat their independence referendum taking into account the EU situation. This is not over yet and we must remain alert until the day the Article 50 process is complete.

Tuesday, 6 December 2016

Interviewed by Students

I've been interviewed by a trio of students from a university in south Wales who are working on an article for a magazine. I received a letter from one of them a couple of weeks ago:
"Hi, Ben. I am a third year university student and at the moment a group of us are working on a magazine publication. I was doing some research and came across your website HPANWO, and am very interested to learn more. I want to understand what you do and why you do it. I think you would make a very interesting subject for an article in the magazine."
As you know, I'm very wary of talking to the media, for example see: However a university magazine is not a problem. So we made arrangements and I met them today. We were in a busy cafe in a shopping centre, but there was nowhere else we could really go. It was a bit noisy, but we managed to have a good conversation. There were three of them, two women and one man, all fairly young. They were polite and friendly and stressed that they weren't there to argue, just to gather my own statements. The man recorded our conversation and took some photographs of the scene. I gave them copies of my first and third books, Evan's Land and Roswell Rising, see: (The new edition of my second novel Rockall is available free online: They focused on what they saw as my support for Donald Trump in the recent US presidential election. However I explained to them that it was not really support in the literal sense. Yes, if I were American I would have voted for Trump, but this is part of a far bigger subject, see: We discussed UFO Disclosure, the Bilderberg Group, free energy, Kevin Annett, starseeds, indigo children, and much much more. It only took about three quarters of an hour and it was interesting to talk to them. I wish them well in their studies and look forward to seeing the magazine when it is published in the New Year. 

Monday, 5 December 2016

More Pyramids in Antarctica

HPANWO has many times addressed the possibility that what are thought of as natural structures on Earth, and even other planets, are in fact artificial; see background links below for examples. One of the most unlikely places where such objects might be found is Antarctica, but they have and I've written about it before, see: Now another of these pyramids has been found on the south polar continent. Naturally the skeptics have struck back. At first they said that the source of the information, the Third Phase of the Moon YouTube channel, has doctored the image. Third Phase is not the most reliable source in my view, but this doesn't mean every single word they say is false. Anyway this is not true. The pyramidal object can be found on Google Earth at the grid coordinates: 79 degrees 58' 39.2" S - 81 degrees 57' 32.2" W. So the skeptics then raised the bar in typical fashion and claimed that it's just a mountain; a nunatak to be precise. This is a mountain on land covered by an ice cap that is tall enough to stick through above it. However if it is a natural mountain its shape is extraordinarily regular. These do not line up with the cardinal points, but I wonder if it happens to be 19.47 degrees off. The reason for this is because it is a geometric constant generated by placing a tetrahedron inside a sphere with all points touching the edge. If one point on the pole then the others will touch at the opposite parallel of 19.47. This seems to be a location of particular activity on the Earth. It is the latitude of Hawaii, the planet's biggest volcano, and the Great Bend of the river Nile. A coincidence? Then look at other planets. It's also the latitude of Olympus Mon on Mars, Mars' biggest volcano and the largest known volcano in the solar system. It's also the latitude of the Great Red Spot on Jupiter and the Great Dark Spot on Neptune. The tower of coincidences it getting very tall and wobbly. The cry of coincidence could also be used to explain why this "mountain" has four ridges completely straight and square to each other. In fact it looks exactly the same shape as the pyramids in Egypt. Sure, you can see that there are some irregularities; this is obvious in the shadow it casts, but that looks to be caused by the mound of snow on its northern flank. It is also clearly old and somewhat eroded. Source:

The Third Phase video suggests this is why the Secretary of State John Kerry took a trip to Antarctica. There is no reason to suggest it had anything to do with this pyramid, in my view; yet there are still other questions over it that I might be able to cover in the future. The skeptics say that pyramidal mountains are common like the Matterhorn in Switzerland and Bulandstindur in Iceland. They are allegedly natural formations that are pyramidal. Really? Take a look at them: and:,-14.4082426,2025m/data=!3m1!1e3?hl=en. As I've said before, if you're going to play the coincidence card you must first declare a statistical ceiling above which your hypothesis can be falsified; and you must explain why, see: Therefore the skeptics are being far more irrational than Third Phase ever is in their craziest moments. Source: If this is indeed an artificial structure in the middle of the frozen wastes of Antarctica then who... or what... built it? There's no need to put it immediately down to extraterrestrials, like Third Phase does, but this is a possibility. It could be made by human beings from earth, but then it would have to be extremely old. There is a lot of controversy about how old the Antarctic ice cap is. Some say it formed millions of years ago when continental drift pushed the continent over the South Pole. The general idea is that the east Antarctic ice cap is permanent. It formed about forty-five million years ago and has never melted, even during the warmest periods of climate change. This is millions of years before humans evolved from apes. Yet the west Antarctic sheet is transient. It comes and goes depending on how hot or cold global temperatures are. The pyramid is in the Ellsworth Mountains in west Antarctica so it could have been built the last time that area was free of ice. I don't know when that was, but there could have been a prehistoric civilization capable of building something like that back then. Maybe it also had the knowledge that led to the Piri Reis map on which you can see Antarctica marked without the ice, see: The only way to find out is to send an expedition to visit the pyramid. Adventures to Antarctica are not like going on holiday to the Costa del Sol. It takes a lot of money, expertise in survival and permission from the authorities governing the place under the Antarctic Treaty. The last of those three is probably the most difficult challenge. As I've said before, see:, there are many many secrets in Antarctica of all kinds. Still, if anybody has the cash and gets the go-ahead, let me know because I want to come with you!

Sunday, 4 December 2016

Awakening of 12 Strands Premiere

A couple of weeks ago I interviewed the film maker Sandra Daroy on HPANWO Radio, see: She directed the Bases Project Film Festival Award™ nominated short The Walk-in Case and has now just completed her feature-length drama Awakening of 12 Strands. The film will hold its official premiere on Saturday the 17th of December at 12:30 PM. The venue is The Black Swan Hotel, 25/26 Market Place, Devizes, Wiltshire SN10 1JQ. £10 entry, plus a complementary drink. Formal dress please. Please do get there if you can. I've seen a preview and it's a very good film that discusses MilAbs, alien abduction, targeted individuals, UFO Disclosure, mind control, spirituality and all associated subjects. See you there!

Saturday, 3 December 2016

Word of the Year- "Post-Truth"

Every year the Oxford English Dictionary publishes a new edition of its established list of English vocabulary with a number of neologisms, emergent words that have just been thought up. Last year these included: "selfie" and "to twerk". (I've predicted that the word "roswell" will one day be added as a common noun, see: I've also invented my own word: "to dvark". This is a tone of voice and style of speech sometimes used by hostile skeptics when they debate non-skeptics, especially on the internet, see: This year's neologisms come mostly from the world's current unusual political landscape: "Brexiteer", "alt-right" and "woke"-as an adjective. Another predictable addition is "coulrophobia"- a fear of clowns, see: However, the Dictionary always awards one neologism with the title "Word of the Year" and for 2016 it has chosen "post-truth". This word has been used for a long time before being given an official reference; it was probably coined in the early 1990's. It is defined by the OED as: "Relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief." That's not a very good definition. We already have plenty of others terms for that meaning: "propaganda", "rhetoric", "public relations"; or, if I'm in a cynical mood, "politics in general". Based on news stories about this, the definition has been influenced by "Remoaners" and those "butthurt" people dreading the "Trumpocalypse" (Will those three words get a mention next year? I've heard them all and I didn't make them up). It implies that the people of Britain and the United States of America have lost the capacity for reasoned thought and so they do things that are totally against their best interest, like voting to Leave the democratic paradise of the European Union or failing to elect the "First Woman President!" who longs for peace in the Middle East, funds and arms the feminist utopia of Saudi Arabia and has worked so tirelessly to jail her own husband for his sexual predations... My sarcasm will not be lost on you; and it is appropriate because there's no other way to express how misanthropic the lower levels of the authorities and their lackeys have become towards the common people. You can always trust The Guardian to reveal the new left's sordid thought processes, see:

The official definition of "post-truth" also goes against the literal formation of the word. "Post-truth" is a compound word and the prefix "post" indicates a past situation that no longer applies to the present. Other examples are "post-war": a period of time after a war has ended; and "post-mortem": something relating to somebody after they have died. So a more empirical definition of "post-truth" refers to a time when truth used to exist in the past and no longer does. It could be applied to describe the marketing and advertising industry after the revolution caused by Edward L Bernays. He stopped trying to persuade customers that they should buy his product by addressing them with a rational argument; treating them as beings capable of logical decisions. Instead he used psychological trickery to manipulate them into buying his product by appealing to their subconscious urges, see: This Word of the Year neologism is usually used in conjunction with "politics" usually as "post-truth politics", but has there ever been a time when politics has been "truth"? So therefore can there realistically be a resulting "post" situation? God, I wish so much that George Orwell were still alive. Main source:

Friday, 2 December 2016

"Why do Women never Date Nice Guys?"

I've received an angst-ridden letter from somebody whose name I won't divulge, but I'll call him "Eric". It goes: "Hi Ben, I wonder if you could tell me the answer to something that's really bothering me. Why do women never date nice guys? I'm a nice guy and continuously single. I'd really like to have a girlfriend, but women are not interested in me. They just get hot for complete arseholes..." I won't repeat the rest of his email because it's too painful to read. The reason it's painful is because it resonates with so much of my own youthful torment. Eric is uncannily similar to me, or at least how I used to be. My memories of that period of my life are still distasteful to recall. I don't know how old Eric is, but I get the impression he is much younger than I am, possibly still a teenager. Of all the correspondence I receive from readers, listeners and viewers from the world of HPANWO, I never thought I'd be dropped into the role of agony aunt. This has come at a bad time for me because my own relationship of eight years ended a few weeks ago. Still, I composed a reply to him:
Hi Eric.
Thanks for writing and I'm sorry you're finding the world of dating and romance so frustrating. I know exactly how you feel, more so than almost any other person I've come across. Coming to terms with your predicament will mean facing up to some very unpalatable facts and also this will mean you will need to be tough and not lose hope. I too am a nice guy, or "beta male" to use the more fitting terminology and have had the identical problem. The first thing you must do is avoid feeling envious and bitter at the men who are more successful with women than you are. They are not "arseholes"... well, not all of them are. They are simply "alpha males". Being an alpha male is not a bad thing or character flaw. It is simply who they are, just like being a beta male is who we are. Alpha males can become good men if they succeed at their own challenges; this usually involves avoiding being arseholes! By that I mean channelling their natural egotism and aggression into a positive force. They can be great leaders, sportsmen, warriors, explorers and adventurers (not that you have to be an alpha male to do these things; it just means you possess an inherent advantage). The majority of women are naturally more attracted to men like that because they are more masculine. That's life I'm afraid. You can't change that and it would be wrong to even if you could. It's important not to feel angry at these women; they are only doing what comes naturally. The second thing you must do is not give up on being yourself. I bet anything your friends have at some point told you: "Eric, you've got to stop being so nice!" That's what my friends did to me and I believed them. I tried to stop being nice and that was a huge mistake. It didn't work. It did more than just not work; it turned me into a monster. I had to go back to being a nice guy again and when I did it was a huge relief. You cannot go against the fundamental nature of your being and if you try you will destroy yourself. I'm glad I came through that terrible period of my life because I then realized the good news. At the beginning of your email you wrote: "Why do women never date nice guys?" but it would be more accurate to ask: Why do women date nice guys much less. Women are not just components of a uniform whole; they are all individuals, just like men, who have different needs and desires at different phases of their lives. Once I found a way to accept myself and be at peace with my niceness, I discovered that some women actually do date nice guys. A minority, sure, but they are definitely there; and sooner of later you will come across one who will be attracted to you. She will probably be quite a lot older than you. Somebody who has been through the high-speed helter-skelter of youth, but has now become calmer and mellower as she has matured. She will be more understanding and accepting of what you have to offer her, things that the men she knew previously could not give her: tenderness, respect, intimacy, caring, companionship and; yes love. She might have children around your own age, but that doesn't matter. She may still want to settle down with you and maybe even become a wife and mother again. You can still be a good stepfather to her existing children even if you are not much older, or even younger, than they are. I'm not saying that this is the one answer to your life. It's just what I have discovered through my own experience. You've asked me for my advice and I've given it to you. It could turn out that the solution you find is totally different to the one I've suggested here. Either way I wish you luck; and also, more importantly, I wish you strength.
Best wishes.
I hope that helps him. I feel uncomfortable getting involved in matters like that. After all I'm not a trained counsellor, but what he wrote to me really moved me. He sounds like a decent young man and I hope he finds happiness; hopefully with somebody else, but, even more importantly, with himself.

After I read the letter out on HPANWO Radio, see:, somebody else wrote to me about it; I'll call her "Liz". She said: "I think that women will go for either an alpha or a beta male if their income and lifestyle permits, ie £75,000+ per year. The real reason why that kid can't get girls is the increased level of brainwashing in women. They now only go for corporate whore slave men in Mercedes lol. Remember the mind controllers worked out that they couldn't mind control men as easily as they didn't try new things. Women however do, plus the controllers said if you threaten the kids the women will do anything... You should send him Mark Passio's last talk on the unholy feminine ;) Xx." I'm not sure I agree that women are easier to mind control than men, but I respect Mark Passio. It's amusing to talk to a woman who is even more of a radical anti-feminist than me. It's wonderful that more and more women are turning away from feminism. If anything they can usually sniff it out long before men do. Because they're allowed to see a side of it men are not, they can understand feminism better; with its false promises, warped worldview, its incitements to acts of brutality, its glorification of injustice. All the most prominent men's rights activists are women, like Alison Tieman, Dr Tara Palmatier, Janet Bloomfield, Suzanne Venker. In fact if you're a man and you attend a men's rights gathering, such as a screening of Cassie Jaye's The Red Pill, see:, you may feel like you're invading a female space! Because of the dominance of feminism in society, it has failed to realize something very important: a young man is a very fragile thing. Society treats them as unbreakable rubber balls that you can just throw against the wall as often as you like, but they're not. I hope Eric will not be thrown anywhere.
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Thursday, 1 December 2016

Ben Emlyn-Jones on the Kev Baker Show 13

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: UFO's over Turkey, Will Trump be the Disclosure president?, Phil Collins questions Apollo and much much more.
See here for my previous appearance on the Kev Baker Show: