Friday 31 March 2017

Article 50- At Last!

It has finally happened. The long drawn out process of denial, disbelief, bargaining, recrimination and heel-dragging and is finally over. On Wednesday the 29th of March 2017, eight months and six days after the LEAVE vote won in that fateful referendum, the Prime Minister Theresa May sent a letter to Donald Tusk, the President of the European Council, formally announcing Britain's departure from the European Union in accordance with Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. The letter is positive and it seeks cooperation and friendly relations between the UK and the EU. It addresses many of the concerns people have about the makeup of the future independent Britain; economic, political and social obstacles etc, see: What will follow now is a series of negotiations, lasting a maximum of two years, to organize Britain's new relationship to the continent and the rest of the world. For me this is a moment to breathe a huge sigh of relief. A part of me always doubted it could happen and that the manipulators would find some way to wriggle out of it, see background links for more details. The Remoaners have wailed anew with portents of doom, but even they have accepted that it's now too late to turn back. If Godzilla is inevitably coming to chew up our cities and catch fighter jets in his teeth, no nuclear torpedo can stop him. During the Leave campaign Boris Johnson suggested that June the 23rd should be our Independence Day. Perhaps March the 29th could; or maybe we could have two independence days. Either way, on those days every year you will hear, as Ben-Hur said: "A shout of freedom that the world has never heard!" Amazingly I still get asked on that great internet fighting pit, Facebook, why I support Brexit. My reply is always with a gasp of mock-confusion: Would they ask an Irish rebel in 1918, or Gandhi and Nehru in 1947, "but why do you want your country to be free?" (I would have written about this on the day, but I was away at the High Wycombe Paranormal meet-up group).

Tuesday 28 March 2017

News from Nowhere by William Morris

I'm reading a lot of utopian fictional literature at the moment; stories set in an imaginary world far better than reality. The word utopia literally means "no place", with a touch of irony. These readings are part of my research for my own new novel, Roswell Revealed in which I have to envisage the world after UFO Disclosure, see: News from Nowhere is a book originally serialized in a newspaper in 1890 and was penned by the democratic socialist William Morris. It tells the story of a man who goes to bed one night in at his home in London in the contemporary late nineteenth century and wakes up in a world a hundred and fifty years in the future that is transformed. London has ceased to exist as a big city and is instead a loose collection of settlements surrounded by gardens, farms, forests and fruit trees. A few of the original buildings are there, including the Houses of Parliament, but they are now used as a market for manure (some might argue that's what we use them for in the real world). The first-person narrator describes this future idyll in enormous detail. The houses are well-designed and decorated; the men are all strong and handsome and the women are all beautiful. He falls in love with one of them called Ellen. The people wear colourful clothes and they spend their time making artworks, having social gatherings and engaged in work that is so enjoyable that it, in itself, has become a form of leisure that people actively seek; and they covet it when it's not available to them. The weather is warm and sunny the whole time. He meets an old man who tells him that in the 1950's there was a revolution that destroyed the existing unjust order of capitalist exploitation and replaced it with a society based on stable stateless anarcho-communism. Morris was a friend of Frederick Engels and he knew Karl Marx. News from Nowhere, despite its title being a half-smile to the meaning of utopia, is clearly inspired by The Communist Manifesto. Morris' imagined Marxist paradise is somewhat primitivist. A lot of the industrial technology of the Victorian era has been abandoned and people have returned to farming by hand, for the simple reason that it is more fun. There is an innocence and naivete to the unapologetic and affectionate way Morris portrays his setting. This was a book about socialism written long before the Bolshevik revolution and all the other excesses and atrocities of the twentieth century as people attempted to put Marx' theories into practice. At that time Marxist ideas were unsullied by real world experience. Amazingly there are many similarities between the scenario of News from Nowhere and its antithesis "Galt's Gulch", the imaginary anti-communist and ultra-capitalist idyllic society created by Ayn Rand for her epic novel Atlas Shrugged, see: One very interesting element of the story is near the end when the characters are taking a trip up the river Thames to a farm in Oxfordshire to join in with a harvest when they pass a cargo barge sailing downstream. The story goes: "Both on this day as well as yesterday we had, as you may think, met and passed and been passed by many craft of one kind and another. The most part of these were being rowed like ourselves, or were sailing, in the sort of way that sailing is managed on the upper reaches of the river; but every now and then we came on barges, laden with hay or other country produce, or carrying bricks, lime, timber, and the like, and these were going on their way without any means of propulsion visible to me; just a man at the tiller, with often a friend or two laughing and talking with him. Dick, seeing on one occasion this day, that I was looking rather hard on one of these, said: 'That is one of our force-barges; it is quite as easy to work vehicles by force by water as by land.' I understood pretty well that these 'force vehicles' had taken the place of our old steam-power carrying; but I took good care not to ask any questions about them, as I knew well enough both that I should never be able to understand how they were worked, and that in attempting to do so I should betray myself, or get into some complication impossible to explain; so I merely said, 'Yes, of course, I understand'." Is he talking about free energy here? That concept is very openly discussed in Atlas Shrugged and by 1890 there may well have been rumours of a cover-up. Because of its age, News from Nowhere is today available in the public domain online, see: and as an audiobook, see: But it is still in print if you like traditional paperback:

Monday 27 March 2017

Debit Cards on St Helena

Despite what you might read in the rather cynical media coverage, progress continues with St Helena Airport. In fact a new company has been established specifically to service St Helena, Atlantic Star Airlines. It currently only operates a single aircraft, but this will be sure to expand when its service proposal is processed, see: They believe that they can overcome the wind shear problem and have carried out a number of calibration flights. April the 18th marks the first anniversary of the first landing by a large jet airliner on St Helena and full commercial operations will soon be running. For a while I've been reporting on how opening St Helena out to the world will inevitably change the island's unique human culture, regardless of the benefits it brings. The signs are already manifesting, such as St Helena's police being trained to use tasers, see: In December it was casually announced in a notice that a system of debit cards will be introduced by the Bank of St Helena. At the end of a general annual status statement it said: "The remainder of 2016/17 and into 2017/18 is set to be an exciting time for the Bank with the exploration and development of new products and services namely local debit cards and international pre-paid cards. With an ever increasing cashless society around the world, the Bank has taken steps to follow this trend. Local debit cards will reduce the requirement for cash and considerably reduce the number of transfers manually input by tellers. This in turn will reduce operational risk of errors occurring and ultimately reduce employee costs in the longer term." Source, page 16: The Bank of St Helena turns over about 33 million pounds a year and also operates on Ascension Island (Tristan da Cunha has no need of a branch, see: Obviously the use of bank cards is now almost globally universal and there's no justification to actively prevent their use on St Helena; not least because of the benefits they can bring. However, as I have explained many times, there are serious hazards inherent in electronic money relating to privacy and financial independence, for example see: There are no current plans to turn St Helena into a cashless society, but such a move would never be done in a single stage anyway. There are indeed plans to turn other nations cashless, such as Singapore; and, even more worryingly, India, see: India might just be a single country, but it has a huge population; in fact one out of every six people on earth lives in India. If India goes cashless smaller countries will inevitably be sucked in. What chance will poor little St Helena have? Therefore I ask the Saints to think about these issues before agreeing to these proposals. Do your own research and enter into any now innovations with caution.
See here for a HPANWO Radio special about St Helena Airport:

Sunday 26 March 2017

Space X Going to the Moon

Since its establishment in 2002 the Space X corporation has dreamed big. It is not the first and only astronautics operator in the private sector, but it is definitely the most radical and ambitious. It has gained many contracts to service and supply the International Space Station, but its founder, Elon Musk, is focused on a more distant horizon. Musk has come up on HPANWO before when a driverless car from his Tesla Motors company crashed and killed somebody, see: The South African engineer and entrepreneur is a visionary and an idealist and wants to do more than just send rockets full of cargo a couple of hundred miles up. He has revolutionized space transport by building a reusable rocket stage than can return to earth and land vertically on its launch pad, thus greatly reducing the budget of rocket flights. However even that hasn't sated his thirst for innovation. His next project is for interplanetary missions, the first private aerospace outfit to do so, and he's certainly not doing it by halves. Space X has announced a plan to send a rocket to Mars by 2022 followed soon after by the first manned mission (I refuse to use the politically correct neologism "crewed"). If they accomplish this then they'll have beaten traditional state agencies like NASA. However before even that they have another plan, the most revolutionary act of space tourism in history. Space X has declared that they will be sending two people to the moon by late next year.

Since NASA's Apollo missions between 1968 and 1972 that sent men to the moon... supposedly, no astronaut has flown beyond low earth orbit, or so we've been told. All the world's major space agencies have theoretical plans to return to the moon, but none of these have ever been realized. It is therefore astounding to think two people might be sent back there within twenty-four months. This will be a commercial flight and the two passengers are private citizens, obviously rich ones, paying for their trip themselves. So far they have not been named. They will be trained and assessed for fitness like any other astronaut; and then they will board a capsule at the launch site and take the rocket into space and out of earth orbit. The craft will then circle the moon and return to earth, see: Should this mission go ahead it will raise some obvious questions about the reality of the Apollo moon programme. As I've explained before, see the background links below, I am virtually certain that the moon landings were faked, but if Space X does what it says it's going to do, it will prove that manned moon missions are in fact possible with publicly-available technology. Will this then cast doubt on the impossibility of Apollo? Definitely. Alternatively Space X might encounter the same obstacles as NASA, radiation, engineering problems etc, in which case it will have the option either to cancel the project or fake it like NASA did fifty years earlier. It is unlikely Space X would fake anything because there is no political motive to do so, unlike the 1960's during the Cold War and space race. My guess is that they will just let the matter slip away and hope people forget about it. If Space X somehow manages to send a chemical rocket the quarter of a million miles to the earth's natural satellite then one of the first places of which this intrepid pair of lunar tourists will want to take holiday snaps is the Apollo landing sites. If they train their cameras on the locations and see only rocks and dust, how will the authorities handle it? They will probably swear the two crew members to secrecy, or else arrange an "accident" for them on the return journey; or soon after landing. However it gets worse. There is far more than just absent LM descent stages that the tourists will encounter that the government will want to keep quiet; UFO's and the secret bases on the moon etc. No matter what precautions the keepers on these secrets take, the rise of space tourism is going to make celestial confidentiality far more difficult to maintain. Perhaps this democratization of space exploration will be the very catalyst necessary for UFO Disclosure, the revelation of the truth behind the moon landings and the end of the New World Order.

Saturday 25 March 2017

Margaret Hahn on the BBC

My friend the legal campaigner Margaret Hahn has been interviewed on the BBC. She talks about her grandmother Helen Duncan on BBC Radio 5 Live. Margaret is currently touring the UK and working on the book she's writing. The interviewer appeared fairly uninterested in the huge implications of the case and admits at the beginning she only has a rudimentary knowledge of spiritualism; something she "read up on" for the interview, along with everything else she had to learn for her many interviews that day, no doubt. She wrongly states that Helen was charged with fraud; the 1735 Witchcraft Act has nothing to do with fraud. However she does allow Margaret and her fellow guest, her fellow campaigner Graham Hewitt, a fair hearing. See: The message has gone out. As I've said in a previous article, because of the "Turing Law" there are now hopeful legal grounds to have Helen Duncan officially pardoned, see:
See here for Margaret's latest interview on HPANWO Radio:

Friday 24 March 2017

Westminster Attacks

Naturally many people have been asking me to comment on the incident in the heart of London that took place on Wednesday. I made a point of not doing so immediately; not until the initial narrative of the attack had been established and any possible aberrant evidence comes to light as a result. What we've been told: A man called Khalid Masood drove a car along the pavement of Westminster Bridge in London striking multiple pedestrians, including three police officers. One woman jumped off the bridge into the river Thames to escape. She swam to safety. Masood then rammed the railings of the Houses of Parliament and came to a halt. The driver decamped, ran into the forecourt of the Palace and stabbed a policeman to death with a knife. The attack ended when Massood was shot and killed by another policeman. Including the assailant, five people were killed and forty injured. That is the basic outline of the story. It is surprisingly simple. No weapon was involved other than a car and a knife. As soon as the news broke I received this message from a semi-skeptic Facebook friend: "Ben, I'm urging you tonight to please resist the calls of 'false flag'. Please, for me, could you please do that?" I think he means that unconditionally. Therefore no matter how much evidence might emerge that supports this being a false flag, we must still doggedly insist that it is not. Another great example of skeptic anti-logic, see here for details: As it happens, in my opinion, it's still too soon to say for sure. This could be exactly as the mainstream says it is. I know very well real Muslim terrorists do exist; indeed the British government has bred and groomed as many of them as possible in the mega-mosques they've set up and then deliberately stuffed their pulpits with Saudi hate-preachers, see here for details: Then again, there are already anomalies calling the official narrative into question that must be addressed. The CCTV coverage of London is by far the most extensive and intrusive of any city in the world, yet for some reason Westminster Council decided last September to switch of the CCTV for the entire borough "in order to save money". This means that, conveniently and perhaps predictably, there is no CCTV record of the incident. It echoes the death of Diana in Paris, see: The images published by the press are also suspect. There's a strange Jessica Lynch-type story, which Chris Everard has spotted, in which the "heroic MP" Tobias Ellwood battled to save the life of the fallen policeman by giving him first aid while the trained and professional paramedics stood to one side and passively looked on. As you can see, a portable defibrillator, a device that can stimulate your heart to restart once it's stopped, is sitting on the ground in the bottom left of the picture, out of the way and unused; even though Mr Ellwood is clearly carrying out cardio-pulmonary resuscitation on the fallen man, see: It's too soon to be sure either way, but these facts do not lend credibility to the media's assessment. A friend of mine, Dan Allspark, was caught up in the middle of this event and had to take cover inside Westminster Abbey. He has spoken publicly about his experience and at one point saw an injured child, see (About ten minutes in): Luckily he was not harmed by whatever really did go on last Wednesday afternoon. Whatever is real or not real in this horrific situation, all I can do is give my deepest condolences to the loved ones of those who lost their lives; and wish those injured a speedy and complete recovery.

Thursday 23 March 2017

The Larry Warren Controversy- Part 10

See here for essential background: Tino (Tiberius Kirk) has made a video featuring an interview he did with me giving my side of the story within the Larry Warren controversy and my own experience of being part of it. It's called Truth Rising- Time for Disclosure.

Monday 20 March 2017

Ben Emlyn-Jones on KCOR's Exploring the Bizarre 3

I have been interviewed again on the Exploring the Bizarre show on the KCOR Digital Radio Network with Tim Beckley and Tim Swartz. See (left click to play, right click and select "save as" to download as MP3):
Also see here for an illustrated YouTube version:
My fellow guest was the Rendlesham Forest UFO witness Larry Warren. We discussed the current controversy and the doubts related to his testimony. We also delve into other areas, such as Winston Churchill's interest in UFO's and Britain's real X-Files... and we're not talking about Nick Pope!
See here for my previous appearance on Exploring the Bizarre:

Thursday 16 March 2017

Dutch Election

Not a lot of people know this, but I am half-Dutch. My mother comes from the Netherlands and only moved to the UK from the age of nineteen; and she stayed for the rest of her life. I have never felt much affinity for the country though, despite spending every school holiday there. This is mostly because I was not close to my maternal grandparents or my aunts, uncles and cousins. Coming from a Catholic Limburger family, I have a large number of Dutch relatives, but these days I hardly ever communicate with them. As a result my Dutch language skills are very rusty. My mum died in 2006, but I wonder what she would have made of the current political landscape in her country. Yesterday there was a general election in which the representatives for the Tweede Kamer, the "Second Room" of government, similar to the British House of Commons, were chosen. The system of legislature in the Netherlands is very different to that in the United Kingdom. Instead of each of the house members representing a constituency, a geographical area of the country, the votes for each candidate are simply divided by 150, the number of seats in the Second Room. There are far more parties in government too. Instead of a single governing party with a majority of seats and an opposition, the aim of the Second Room is to build a consensus. In fact no party in Dutch history has ever achieved the seventy-five seats needed to form a majority government. The members choose the formateur, the prime minister, in a separate vote; whereas in Britain he or she is automatically appointed as a result of being leader of the governing party. So a coalition has to be created between the largest parties; or sometimes a combination of large parties and small ones. The cabinet is appointed in the same way as the prime minister and they can come from any party in the house, not just from the ruling coalition. It's even more complicated than the American system, see links below. The central seat of government is a complex of buildings called the Binnenhof in The Hague, the legislative capital of the Netherlands. Amsterdam is the official capital and home to the Dutch royal family, the House of Orange; part of the Habsburg Illuminati bloodline.

Dutch politics has shifted considerably in the last few years and this could cause a constitutional crisis. The PVV- Partij voor de Vrijheid, the "Freedom Party" was only founded in 2006 yet in that year it won nine seats in the Second Room. In 2010 it won twenty-four seats making it the biggest single party in the house. It's also the third biggest party in the European Parliament with twenty-six seats. However, in last night's election it only won twenty seats indicating its popularity has slumped. The largest party is now the Volkspartij voor Vrijheid en Democratie, the "People's Party for Freedom and Democracy". This is easily enough for it to form a coalition with other willing partners. Its leader Mark Rutte will almost certainly remain the Dutch prime minister. The leader of the PVV is the energetic and charismatic Geert Wilders, who is famous for his thick dyed blond hair, like Donald Trump. Like Trump he is also described as a "populist", a word that has developed a new definition in recent months. It seems to refer to a person who has fewer than normal background and past connections to the political establishment, yet still gains office through independent means, often because of modern social media. The PVV's policies are centre-left on the economy, but very radical right when it comes to immigration, multiculturalism and the European Union. As I've said before, see background links, I oppose all hostility to anybody based on their race or religion, but there's no doubt mass immigration and multiculturalism is being used as a tool to break down Western society. I must be allowed to state this without being accused of racism or any other form of hatred. A lot of what Wilders says in that regard is sensible and progressive. He wishes to withdraw his country from the EU, "Nexit" as it has been dubbed. I'm a hundred percent behind him on this. I also support his immigration moratorium, but I question his level of awareness related to the subject. He insists that Dutch constitutional rights be asserted with their full Christian and humanist values left intact and he has identified the problem of radical Islam which is a part of the European destruction agenda. What he fails to do is address its cause. He doesn't seem to understand that radical Islam is an engineered act of psychological warfare, see background links for more details. Instead he makes the same mistake that the rest of the counter-Jihad do. In his eyes, the active role is being played by the radical Muslims themselves. They are a covert mass movement of conquest, trying to enact the imperatives of the Crusades, taking advantage of white liberal weakness which allows uncontrolled immigration from Muslim lands. This is not what is happening. The radical Muslims are playing a passive role. The government aren't letting them in; they're bringing them in. They know exactly what they're doing and it is for a grand long-term strategy. The EU government are building mega-mosques all over Europe on purpose. The Wahhabist and Salafist hate-preachers from Saudi Arabia are being deliberately installed in Europe to radicalize the immigrant youth. Wilders' failure to address this fact has led him to propose excessive, unjust and destructive measures such as banning the Quran, the forced closure of mosques and taxing women for wearing traditional Muslim dress on public highways. In this way he's similar to the Americans Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller; and like them he staunchly supports Israel, see: Don't they realize the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad are behind a lot of Muslim terror groups, including ISIS? These actions will only alienate moderate Muslims and keep the truth about radicalization buried even deeper. So I have mixed feelings about the outcome of the Dutch election. Despite my desire to see the Netherlands independent of the EU and back in control of its own borders, there's no point if it then proceeds down a path to delusion. I wouldn't want to see innocent Muslims punished for the crimes of the radicalized tendency, not least at the behest of the Zionist demagogue in the Near East which actively carries out said radicalizing and even some of the terrorist attacks. If Wilders had won more seats, and even if he had become once again the biggest party in the Second Room, he would probably still have not become prime minister because the other parties all have said they will not form a coalition with him. This would have led to the constitutional crisis in which the PVV could have become the biggest party facing a coalition of smaller parties united only by their opposition to the PVV. Still, one could argue that that was all Hillary Clinton was.

Wednesday 15 March 2017

Ben Emlyn-Jones on the Kev Baker Show 18

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: Disinformation about crop circles, Winston Chruchill and UFO's, the truth about Jack the Ripper and much much more. Kev Baker is unwell at the moment and so Christopher Everard stepped in as a guest host. See here for my previous interview on Chris' show:
See here for my previous appearance on the Kev Baker Show:

Tuesday 14 March 2017

Ben Emlyn-Jones at Conscious Tribal Gathering 2017

I will be returning this year to the Conscious Tribal Gathering. This is a family-oriented event geared towards spiritual exploration and ethical human community. It is at a campsite and attendees will be best off by bringing a tent or caravan; otherwise there is nearby B&B accommodation. The venue is located at Glyndyfrdwy, a village in the beautiful Dee valley in Northeast Wales. It will take place from Thursday the 28th to Sunday the 30th of July. See here for details: and: My talk will be entitled Energy Politics and UFO's. Energy is everything; it is the foundation and structure of civilization. What are the politics of energy? Something far deeper and more complicated than you might think, and believe it or not, it connects to UFO's. Why? The answers... and more questions, will be revealed. This talk will include updates from when I last gave it.

Monday 13 March 2017

The Larry Warren Controversy- Part 9

Last week Colonel Charles I Halt was featured on the ADX Files radio show with Alyson Dunlop, see: In this programme Col. Halt spends a large portion of his precious air time criticizing his fellow UFO witness Larry Warren and Larry's co-author Peter Robbins. He does so too in his new book The Halt Perspective that he wrote with John Hanson, see: Although I know it is generally regarded as a rather naive and quaint idea nowadays, I always advocate listening to both sides of every story. Tino has recorded an interview with Larry in which Larry replies to the comments made about him by Col. Halt. Please do not accept the information from Col. Halt without first listening to this too.
Larry will also be a guest again on HPANWO Radio, see links column, in a short time after some anticipated upcoming developments.
See here for the next part:

Sunday 12 March 2017

Heroic Fracking Lorry Driver

"Twenty thousand Englishmen cannot rule four hundred million Indians if those Indians refuse to cooperate with them." Mahatma Gandhi. "We are many and they are few." Percy B. Shelley. There are many other proverbs like that which give us the essential message that humanity on a collective level is able to resist of imposition of injustice if we choose because injustice comes from a tiny elite minority. The elite's power is dependent on the collusion of a disunited and apathetic populace. They know this. This is why any individual who steps out of line is immediately and severely admonished, and this punishment is usually disproportionately bad compared to, say shoplifting, because the individual might become an example to the others. This is the elite's worst nightmare. The elite hope that the fear of the consequences will prevent the lone rebel from playing up. Another very different proverb from Japan says: "Never be the nail that stands out above the rest because that's always the first one to get hammered." Unfortunately for people with courage and conscience, that is not an excuse. Yes, it's a lousy deal, but I've had to do it; so has everybody else who makes a stand. It's essential that we do set a good example because if we keep doing that then at some point a critical mass will be hit and the many will indeed rise against the few. You have to be a hero. One such nail who is willing to take a hammering for his principles is a lorry driver called Chris Allport who was ordered to deliver a drill pipe to a fracking well site run by the Third Energy fracking company near Pickering, North Yorkshire. He refused. He chose humanity over insanity, to quote Ian R Crane, see: We will no doubt have more news on this subject when Ian publishes the next episode of his TV show Fracking Nightmare, see: However we know that this driver has not been sacked at the time of writing. This might change. If so then I'm sorry but it is inevitable for the reasons I describe above. But I also know that there are so many admiring people who will support him, as we did Tony Farrell who also made the heroic decision to put ethics before convenience and fear, and refused to surrender to threats, see: and: There is a brilliant live interview Ian did with Chris Allport. Third Energy tried to treat Chris as an unwitting mule. They did not tell him what his equipment actually was and told him to park outside the site and await more instructions. Chris speaks frankly about his feelings of morality and about how he values his principles. He clearly has pride in being a man of moral courage, justly I think. See:

Saturday 11 March 2017

Ben Emlyn-Jones live at The Truth Movement

I will be speaking at The Truth Movement meet-up group on Sunday the 23rd of April. The event starts at 6 PM and costs £5 to attend. The venue is: De Vere House, Cheadle Royal Business Park, Royal Crescent, Cheadle, Cheshire SK8-3FS. See here for details: My lecture will be entitled... Skeptics- Who are they? Why are they wrong? And why does it matter? All people who look into paranormal, alternative or conspiratorial matters will, at some point, come across the skeptics; people who dismiss and deny everything that has been discovered. Turn your critical eyes on those who claim to be critical.

Friday 10 March 2017

Brain keeps Working after Death

Death is the mysterious journey all living organisms must take at the end of their lives. Many people claim to know for sure what happens at the end of that journey. Religious people talk about the certainty of meeting God in heaven, or Satan in hell. The atheo-skeptics are convinced that their death results in complete oblivion forever; the ultimate termination of their existence. However if any person is being honest they will simply have to admit that they don't know for sure. The biological study of dying people is extremely difficult for many practical and ethical reasons. Usually a dying person is either being urgently treated by medical teams in an attempt to save their life, or they are lying peacefully in bed with their grieving family gathered round. As I say here, this calls into question many of the conclusions made during such research projects: Doctors also disagree considerably on the definition of death. When does it occur? Where is the threshold over which a person can be unquestionably categorized as dead? Since the invention of resuscitation technology another very important question is: how far along the path to death do you have to go before it becomes irreversible and you can no longer turn back? The vacillating boundary between life and death has shifted over the years. Before resuscitation you were declared dead simply when your heart stopped. Today it is after resuscitation fails. When the heart stops beating the brain falls instantly into a dormant state. Electrical activity drops very quickly to almost nothing; certainly below that which can be detected on a clinical electroencephalograph. This means the patient is completely unconscious. If the heart cannot be restarted then eventually the brain's shutdown becomes permanent, and that is the current conventional definition of death. The nature of the brain state during those crucial few minutes are the battleground over which different theories regarding near-death experiences is being fought, and in the background links below I address the issue in more detail. This matter has been further complicated by the publication of the results of a new research project carried out by the University of Western Ontario in Canada. The team of nine scientists discovered that in some cases very limited brain activity continued for more than ten minutes after intensive care life support systems had been withdrawn. If this is true then it has profound implications, both scientific and legal. In other words the frontier between the lands of the living and the dead will once again become mobile and hazy. Source:

It's disturbing to think that in my days as a hospital porter I might have transported people to the mortuary whose brains were still ticking over, however tenuously. This information will change the way we view procedures like organ harvests for donation and when it's the right time to "pull the plug" on intensive care patients. Nevertheless, this is a very limited experiment indeed. Only four patients were involved and only one of those showed any post-mortem cerebral activity. A far wider follow-up programme will need to be done. The kind of EEG reading detected was of "delta waves"; what normally happens during deep sleep, therefore this could not have generated any conscious awareness. The patient was still dead on a practical level. I wonder if anybody in secret government programmes is observing this discovery. It's possible they already know far more about it and are finding practical applications similar to the fictional Dr Frankenstein, creating zombie-like slaves, see here for detail: and: Does this reflect on near-death experience studies at all? Skeptic materialists like Dr Susan Blackmore and Dr Olaf Blanke claim that the NDE is caused by residual brain activity during cardiac arrest beyond the sensitivity of a clinical EEG, conflation of memories during recovery, the release of neurochemicals due to cerebral trauma and a disassociation with a person's location. They cite experiments done on rats that show a surge of brain activity after cardiac arrest and just before death; but no similar effect has been observed in humans. This probably makes no difference to the various theories, promotions and dismissals about consciousness and its ability to exist independently from a living human body; but, if this information is confirmed, it does mean we'll have to reassess how we treat people who are on the brink of death. Palliative care will have to be completely overhauled.

Thursday 9 March 2017

Vault 7

One refrain you will constantly hear from the skeptics is "conspiracy theories are stupid nonsense!" Actually, no. Conspiracy theories are being proven true all the time; and in the background links below I list a number of examples. In fact it's fair to say that a lot of history is merely conspiracy theory looked at in retrospect. One popular conspiracy theory is that government intelligence services spy on their own citizens using sophisticated surveillance systems embedded into everyday electronic appliances... and naturally the skeptics have laughed at us for it. On Tuesday Wikileaks released the first in a new batch of classified flies from the US Central Intelligence Agency codenamed "Vault 7". The first wave, given the sinister name "Year Zero", comprises of almost nine thousand highly restricted documents from the CIA headquarters on the subject of "cyber security". It is the biggest single publication in the history of Wikileaks. The CIA has a vast electronic espionage system involving malware and hacking tools of all kinds, on a level of sophistication beyond which publicly available technology can protect end users. Its huge arsenal of electronic weaponry is designed specifically to target a wide array of commercial products; the Apple iPhone range, Google's Android, Microsoft's Windows operating systems and many more. The CIA has a team of over five thousand specialists and is taking over much of the role previous played by the official American electronic intelligence outfit, the National Security Agency which Edward Snowden is on the run from. The advantage being that the CIA has a larger "black budget" and is subject to less public accountability. Most disturbing of all, my own personal prediction has been proven true with the agency's infiltration of smart television sets, see: They have a system that is some kind of penetration patch secretly designed for Samsung smart TV's which allows the agency to record from the set's microphone. It can also switch the set on without any lights coming on etc to hide its activation from the owner. So, your smart TV can be on when you think it's off; when you've even switched it off yourself. The CIA's cyber-warfare operations also involve infecting the control systems of cars, probably so they can assassinate people by causing their vehicle to crash, a more up-to-date version of the "Boston brakes" method that was probably used to kill Princess Diana in 1997, see: and: and: These viruses can pass through any encryption or firewall available to the general public and can evade anti-malware applications. They also have ways of leaping across USB interfaces and hiding themselves inside removable hardware like memory sticks and routers etc. So even the best antivirus suite you can buy on the open market will be about as effective against the CIA as Jerry Fletcher's beer bottle. Source:

The source of this revelation appears to be former intelligence officers and those working in the corporate arm of the authorities, circulating this information in an unauthorized manner. Wikileaks has previously revealed that the CIA has carried out human intelligence, spies on the ground, and electronic intelligence operations against all the candidates in the 2012 presidential election in France. It is almost certain that they are doing the same again at the moment to prevent the anti-EU candidate Marine Le Pen from becoming the new French president. I had a feeling there was something like this in the pipeline after the internet security issue was discussed at a recent Ditchley Foundation conference, see: The matter has been a hot political topic in the United States of America. Most recently President Trump accused the FBI of a cyberwar attack against him with the approval of former president Barack Obama, see: I'm not sure exactly what the average private citizen can do to defend themselves in this situation. Obviously the IT sophistication of the intelligence agencies is beyond anything the technicians at Currys PC World can help you out with. However there are some basic common sense precautions you can take. Remember to unplug your smart TV from the mains as well as switching it off. If you're having a sensitive conversation in which you are particularly concerned about your mobile phone being used for eavesdropping, don't just turn it off; take out the battery. As is often the case, Sargon of Akkad has provided an excellent commentary to this subject, see:

Wednesday 8 March 2017

Ben Emlyn-Jones on the Kev Baker Show 17

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: Strange Harry Potter monster over Zambia, Winston Churchill tackled UFO's, Elon Musk goes to the moon and Mars, and much much more.
See here for my previous appearance on the Kev Baker Show:

Tuesday 7 March 2017

Dementor in the Sky

According to many news reports, shoppers at the Mukuba mall in Kitwe, Zambia were alarmed on Saturday afternoon when a strange figure appeared in the sky above the retail park. It was greyish black and of a very different consistency to the natural clouds surrounding it. It looked vaguely humanoid, but also resembles an octopus or squid with long tendrils flowing behind it. Many people have noticed how closely it matches the appearance of the "Dementors", beings from JK Rowling's Harry Potter book series. It was estimated to be about 330 feet long, although it's difficult to judge the size of objects in the sky. According to the news sources many of the eyewitnesses fled in terror. Some bowed down and worshipped the object, thinking it was an apparition from God. People in Zambia are very religious with up to ninety-five percent self-identifying as Christian and only 1.8 percent declare themselves to be atheists. In the background links I have reported on past events like this and wonder if we're seeing another of these. Is our universe brushing up against another one close to it in hyperspace and there is a bleed-over between the "membranes", as physicists call them. The strange object flying over that shopping centre in Zambia might actually come from another dimension. It's possible that the activities of CERN might be a cause of this collision of dimensional plains, see background links at the bottom. Source: (There are many others).

On the other hand there are some problems with this story. Firstly, I wonder why in a city of over half a million people in a busy shopping centre in the middle of the day, there are only two published photographs of the object and no motion pictures. Zambia is well-developed and politically stable by African standards and many people have a modern mobile phone with image capture applications. The first picture is a close-up taken directly under the object at the Mukuba mall, yet everything looks normal. Cars are driving along normally through the car park, nobody can be seen fleeing; and there certainly don't seem to be any impromptu worshippers. The second photo is taken some distance away on a rural highway. Again, everything looks as it should. Also, despite extensive coverage in the British newspapers, the Zambian media are strangely silent. The Zambian national press and Kitwe's local online magazine haven't uttered a word about it. I searched these online editions carefully: and: and: I may be wrong, but I personally doubt if such a sudden and very public phenomenon could be successfully suppressed in the media. The images could simply have been Photoshopped, another more benign example of mainstream "fake news". It does seem odd that an extradimensional intrusion would resemble a fictional demon from a children's story. On the other hand, maybe there is some truth behind what took place in the Dark Continent on Saturday. I've read two of the Harry Potter books and I was amazed at how many esoteric and conspiratorial ideas are embedded in the stories. Not just supernatural powers, but shape-shifting, secret societies, and government occupation by malevolent sects. Where does Rowling get her ideas from? Her own testimony about the origins of Harry Potter doesn't quite ring true. She said that she never wrote any fiction before, and then the idea for the story came "fully-formed" into her mind in 1990 while she was on a delayed train between Manchester and London. The moment she got home she got out a pen and paper and began writing. As a creator of fictional literature myself, I don't buy that. Her style displays maturity. It has been written by somebody with experience. Does she use a ghost-writer? More authors do so than commonly believed; even William Shakespeare it is rumoured. Maybe she is some kind of prodigy who is channelling hyperdimensional knowledge in some way. This could explain why the features of her imagination manifest in real life, even in the air above an African shopping centre. It's an uncomfortable thought that some of the elements of fantasy literature, especially horror obviously, might be real. However I think it's probably true.

Monday 6 March 2017

The Larry Warren Controversy- Part 8

I have received the following blog comment from James Welsh, one of the inner circle of the anti-Larry Warren cult. It can be found under the first article in this series, see: It goes:
"Anybody with half a brain cell can look at these two links and that should answer your question (about handwriting analysis. He includes some URL's). By the way, I still have not had a public or private apology from you for breaching my privacy by the untimely disclosure of my private and confidential information and publishing it online for the world to see before I got a chance to. That is the definition of breach of privacy. I do not forgive easily but an apology would be a good place to start, Ben. I tried to look out for you and you went and did what you did. If no apology is forthcoming anytime soon, I strongly recommend you loose any excess weight that you may be carrying, because when I see you, I really do hope for your sake that you are able to run."

To begin with, Welsh is lying. This is a completely unprovoked attack. As I explain in the previous post in this series, I have not breached anybody's privacy. Whenever the anti-Larry Warren cult discusses what Larry and I did, they are always careful to omit the fact that the addresses of the recipients were blanked out and I have never had access to them. If I had I would never have published them or used them in any way to contact the recipients. The letters themselves were generic template correspondence sent from a solicitor to them, not from them. I've been reprimanded by Larry's solicitor because what I did was bad legal practice, but it did not break any laws. If Mr Welsh's conduct towards me had been more respectful then I would apologize, but I never do that to people who treat me in the manner he and his friends have. As for the handwriting analysis, I explain in the first article why I think it's a mug's game. So far we have not seen any results at all, not even the inconclusive ones that I predicted. Presumably Sacha and Alyson still have the £600 from their campaign. Are they still making arrangements or something? It's taking a rather long time. What about the last sentence in Welsh's post? Am I to interpret that as a threat of violence? In that case I would ask Mr Welsh to remember that I am capable of using, and willing to use, all the legitimate force that the law allows to defend myself and/or those close to me. I will not be running anywhere, and I would not like to see anybody getting hurt, even him.
See here for the next part:

Sunday 5 March 2017

Oya in conversation with Ben Emlyn-Jones 3

I have been interviewed again by the YouTube user "Oya", whose real name is Kathy. In this informal discussion we cover a multitude of subjects, including the rise of Donald Trump, Brexit, strange goings on in Antarctica, and much much more. The film is available on Kathy's channel "OYA 1100".

Saturday 4 March 2017

Ben Emlyn-Jones on Enemy Within Radio 26

I have been interviewed again on Enemy Within Radio with Thomas Barnes and Chester. This show is part of the Truth Frequency Radio network, see:
I am featured for the whole programme and subjects discussed include: Prof. Brian Cox speaks out... again! Strange skulls reveal truth of human ancestry, are vampires more than a myth? and much much more.
See here for my previous appearance on Enemy Within Radio, see:

Friday 3 March 2017

Ben Emlyn-Jones on Skeptics at High Wycombe Paranormal 2017

The recording of my recent talk at the High Wycombe Paranormal meet-up group is now available, see:
It is of a lecture entitled: Skeptics- Who are they? Why are they wrong? And why does it matter? See here for more background: Many thanks to Neil Geddes-Ward, Menna and family, and everybody else who attended.

Thursday 2 March 2017

Corbyn Falls Asleep on the Train

That paragon of national journalistic virtue, The Daily Mail, has brought you the scoop beyond all scoops. It has caught the Leader of the Opposition in the act!... Yes!... I wish it were possible to reveal this to the British people more gently. He has actually nodded off during a train journey. Call the police!... Jeremy Corbyn was actually at the end of a long hard day. He'd been to Copeland to watch his party lose a seat in a by-election, one they had previously held safely since 1934. They lost it to the government too which is almost unheard of in a by-election. He did what railway passengers do all the time. The warmth and motion of the train cabin combined with exhaustion sends them off to sleep. I'm sure Tony Blair used to do the same, except he did it on the back of his chauffeur-driven limousine. The British tabloid press seem to have developed an unhealthy obsession with the natural bodily functions of Jeremy Corbyn. Two years ago they were measuring the angle of his head as he bowed during the Remembrance Day service. The Labour Party are in a very precarious position at the moment. They have always had a massive problem with infighting since the Thatcher era when the leadership initiated a shift to the centre in which old left-wingers like Tony Benn, and Corbyn himself, were relegated from the vanguard to the margins. Corbyn's election as leader in 2015 is something of a backlash against that. Very little has changed since the days of "Foot and Benn disease". There are still catastrophic splits in the party and this is what has caused its failure at Copeland and its low performance in recent polls. Corbyn has been blamed personally for Copeland by people both inside and outside the party and that is not fair. Let's not forget that on the same day there was also a by-election for Stoke-on-Trent Central which Labour won. Source:

Despite being called "unelectable", Jeremy Corbyn has won a leadership election and the vote of confidence after last year's attempt to unseat him. A lot of his proposals are ones most people support, like proper care in the NHS and public investment in the railways that make him so sleepy. I can't help admiring Corbyn. I disagree with a lot of what he stands for, but I can't stop myself warming to any statesman who is in politics out of a sense of principle. When you consider how many greedy psychopathic blackguards populate Parliament, anybody with a brain in his head, a heart in his chest and a pair of balls in his pants stands out like a jewel in a dung heap. The problem is Corbyn is an old left leader, but the middle management consists primarily of the lowest breed of new left crypto-Marxist scum. Diane Abbott for example, is somebody I find utterly repulsive. There is a mixed old and new left membership pool beneath them. Some of them reached that point where they feel forced into deciding between pragmatism and idealism. In this video, Owen Jones very evasively and apologetically calls for people not to support Corbyn because it will mean Labour won't win the next general election, see: David Icke talked about this same situation when he was involved with the Green Party in the 1980's. During a period of high popularity the Greens divided into two factions known as the "Fundies" (fundamentalists) and the "Realoes" (Realists). The Fundies insisted on the party sticking to its original constitution where the Realoes wanted to renege on a few of its principles because it might get them more votes. This contradictory dilemma goes: "I have ideals, but there's no point having them unless I'm in power to enact them, so I'll compromise on a few of them to get into power." The danger with this line of thought is that it's a slippery slope and at the bottom sits Tony Blair. Peter Hitchens warned the Conservative Party against doing the same thing. "They'd behead the Queen in Trafalgar Square on live TV if it got them into office." he said. This kind of corruption can happen almost without us knowing. If we think we really can juggle principles with political expediency we end up losing all of them. I think the political structures of conformist society are deliberately designed to lure people in and disarm them like this. If you have principles then stick to them. Have confidence in persuading the people that yours is the right way. I posted this as a comment under Owen Jones' video: "What are you asking for, Owen? A decent Labour politician who will NOT be 'unelectable' in the eyes of the media? We used to have one of those. We said: 'Just let Labour get power by any means necessary, then the man who did it will fulfil every whim of the sentiment we expressed during our years in opposition.' We believed him. He was called Tony Blair. Why don't you just take a chance on somebody who breaches the conventional political norms and stick by him. You have radicalism and revolutionaryism. Why are you abandoning him because the media say some nasty things about him. Are you seriously waiting for a decent politician the mainstream media will LIKE!?" Jeremy Corbyn is a part of what the mainstream media has christened "populism". In this sense he is very like the Vote Leave campaign and Trump, although he'd hate to think of himself that way. I personally see this as a very encouraging symptom, for reasons I've explained before, and therefore I hope Corbyn will keep his place as Labour leader.

Wednesday 1 March 2017

UFO Truth Magazine- Issue 23

UFO Truth Magazine Issue 23 is now available. It can be purchased on this page as a single copy, but please subscribe and save money if you want to read it regularly, see:
Issue 23 includes an article in my column, entitled: Alien Creatures. What do extraterrestrial life forms look like? How different are they from earth's? What do people's close encounters with biological entities associated with UFO's tell us about their evolution?

Also you will find in Issue 23: Could there be life on Venus? the Broad Haven incident forty years on, a UFO flap in New Zealand and much much more.
Also in this HPANWO Show programme I interview the UFO Truth's editor Gary Heseltine:
See here for details on UFO Truth Magazine Issue 22: