Monday 31 August 2020

Ben Emlyn-Jones and Rin Michaelis 3

I have been interviewed again by Rin Michaelis on her YouTube livestream:
Subjects discussed include: Religion and God, what is the true nature of Black Lives Matter?, political correctness in TV comedy and much much more. Also on the programme was another YouTuber, Lonely Wolf 1980, see here for his channel:
See here for my previous appearance on Rin's channel:

Friday 28 August 2020

Disclosure Stops Here?

Richard Dolan has produced a video and later on has a debate with Bryce Zabel where he suggests that the AATIP TTSA Disclosure train might have ground to a halt. The events after December 2017 have made Dolan rethink many of his earlier positions on UFO Disclosure. He used to believe, as I did, that Disclosure could only be followed by a massive social upheaval and political chaos. This is what I describe in my 2016 book Roswell Rising- a Novel of Disclosure (available at all good bookshops now! However the TTSA and AATIP revelations have called that into question. The pre-Disclosure world could be peacefully and systematically dismantled instead of collapsing catastrophically. Yet, has that disassembly process currently reached a point where it can no longer progress for the time being? If not then why hasn't the series of bombshells that I've been covering since 2017 led to an avalanche of more questions? "What about Roswell?" "What about Rendlesham Forest?" "What about the Phoenix Lights?" etc. After all, we know that in all three of those cases, decisive evidence was suppressed by the government. Why has the New York Times not pursued this trail like a bloodhound? They seem to be inexplicably dragging their heels. In fact, it is frustrating that the issue was not the leading story in every newspaper on earth. Even the coronavirus should not be enough to page-two it. Why the wearisome and banal contention about "Are they Chinese?" "Are they drones?" etc, which makes no sense? In the sourced debate with Dolan, Zabel actually echoes my own thoughts, see: Source: and:

Richard Dolan thinks we have hit a ceiling. Yes, the Truth Embargo has lost some ground, but it has successfully regrouped at a fallback position which states: "Yes there are UFO's and we don't know what they are... but that's all!" No declassification of saucers and bodies; those remain conspiracy theories. That would be a disappointment, because it's not much more of a concession than the ones they made in the 1960's towards the end of Project Blue Book. However, Bryce Zabel sees this stagnation as a pause rather than an ending. He expects that there are currently behind the scenes meetings in editors' offices about how they can handle the upcoming information the Times is sitting on; and also whether they can poach Leslie Kean and Ralph Blumenthal for their own publications. Zabel draws on his considerable experience and training in journalism to develop this more optimistic assessment. He believes that the aggregated direction movement is still forwards and that movement could accelerate at any moment. One thing history teaches us is that the future is fairly unpredictable. The TTSA board have been reposting Zabel's blog articles, including this one where he claims unequivocally that Roswell was an alien crash-retrieval, see: I don't know which one of these two authors of AD- After Disclosure is correct; obviously I hope Zabel is. We will just have to wait and see. I sometimes think we UFOlogists are being greedy and inpatient. So much has been achieved in the last few years so quickly that we have lost the ability to admire the ground we have covered. It's worth imagining that we are currently living before 2017 and somebody comes up to us and says: "Hey, guess what! You know all those pilots who have been reporting UFO's since the 1940's? Well, the government is about to admit some of them were right and publish official confirmation; even video footage! It will be so incredible that even the mainstream media will cover it as their fourth or fifth story!" My response would be: "No way! That's way too good to be true!" Yet it is true. It has happened. What can I say is about to happen in the future that will not make you feel the same way when it actually does?

Thursday 27 August 2020

Ben Emlyn-Jones on the Kev Baker Show 61

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 video version:
Subjects discussed include: New Pentagon UFO organization, Crowley's house sold, surprisingly honest BBC conspiracy show and much much more.
See here for my previous appearance on the Kev Baker Show:

Wednesday 26 August 2020

Jam Imani Rad Dies

I'm very sorry to report that Jam Imani Rad has died. Jam came to the attention of HPANWO in 2016 when he created a beautiful garden on public land which brightened up the lives of his fellow tenants at the council flats where he lived. The local authorities destroyed the garden because Jam had not filled out the right forms and gained the right stamps of approval. I believe it was the very delight and inspiration the garden gave people that also got it on the disposal list. See here for background: In his last few days he spoke openly, bravely and without fear about his imminent passing. He was a free spirit and lightworker. He will be sadly missed. RIP, Jam.

Tuesday 25 August 2020

Ben Emlyn-Jones and Rin Michaelis 2

I have been interviewed by Rin Michaelis on her YouTube livestream:
Subjects discussed include: the normalization of paedophilia, Netflix sexualizing eleven-year-olds, children and parents at war, and much much more.
See here for my previous appearance on Rin's channel:

Sunday 23 August 2020

The Mind Set Podcast Programme 413

I have been featured on Programme 413 of the Mind Set Podcast.
Subjects discussed include: remote viewing, E-books censored, the Gulf Breeze UFO and much much more.
See here for my previous appearance on The Mind Set Podcast:

Friday 21 August 2020

Scarlett Moffatt's Critics

As regular readers will know, I am not a passionate aficionado for the BBC. However there are one or two jewels in the dung-heap and one of them is the Radio 4 programme Scarlett Moffatt Want to Believe, see: This programme covers UFO's, the paranormal and conspiracy theories fairly respectfully and honestly, unlike nearly all of the rest of the mainstream media. Scarlett Moffatt, a former reality TV star, has very similar viewpoints to myself and tests them in every programme in a debate against her husband Scott who is the ultimate skeptic.
The series is of course desperately inviting criticism, in the same way I do. I personally don't mind criticism that is civil and rational, but of course it rarely is. A few days ago a protest was lodged by two prominent members of the criterati, Dara O'Briain and David Baddiel. O'Briain is an astronomer and the ultimate co-host-never-to-be-a-host of Stargazing Live. He Tweeted: "Trying not to be depressed today that while the BBC don't seem to want to make any more Stargazing Live, they will pay Scarlett Moffatt to make a podcast about how she doesn't believe in the Moon landings." Actually I would have enjoyed Stargazing Live had it not been for Prof. Brian Cox hosting it and I think it's a good idea that I hope the Beeb will one day continue with a non-obnoxious presenter. However, the point is that O'Briain objects to the corporation producing content that he doesn't agree with. This is even though conspiracy nuts pay the licence fee too you know, Dara! (Well, those of us with any sense of decency do not). Really, I'm pleased Dara O'Briain has decided to stop playing the Coxxer's beta-bitch and is making a stand in his own right, even if I disagree with his stance. He's been in the shadow of that silky soy-grown hair and in the glare of those polished shiny white teeth for far too long. Source:

More serious is the position taken by the Jewish comedian David Baddiel who has recently been studying holocaust denial and has made a documentary about it, see: I think this has influenced his views on the conspirasphere in general. He said of Scarlett and Scott's show: "I listened to it. There's a fair bit of Scarlett saying, basically, 'I just want people to be allowed to question what's handed down to them, and make their own minds up.' That was something I heard quite a lot during the making of this (his holocaust documentary)... I too think she's a very nice person. But there's a reason why beliefs such as the moon landings were faked and that the world is secretly ruled by a shadowy elite called the Iluminati lead on to very bad places." His point is that once we start questioning the official story on some subjects it is an inevitable pipeline towards embracing falsehoods about how particular racial groups are evil and so we end up wanting to exterminate them. Absolutely not! This is the kind of nonsense that led to David Icke being cancelled, see: Is Baddiel stating that free access to information, questioning official pronouncements and making up our own mind is a bad thing? I think if we're forbidden from doing so then that leads to very bad places. As it happens, Scarlett Moffatt Wants to Believe has now come to the end of its first thirteen-episode season. I hope Scarlett and Scott return for another series.

Tuesday 18 August 2020

Nimitz UFO's- Aliens or Ours?

The groundbreaking revelations by the US government regarding UFO's in the last few years,, have inspired numerous questions that up until now have been purely academic. What on earth... or off it... are we seeing in this footage? The most obvious answer is artefacts of an extraterrestrial civilization. The objects are not birds, clouds or fish, so they have to be artificial. Yet they are unlike any vehicle made by the hand of man. However, it would be more accurate to say that they are unlike any vehicle made by the hand of man that we have been told about. Could the objects we see flitting above the ocean waves actually be secret technology, either from the United States or another country? That question is not original; in fact it is currently very fashionable. It is not recent either; it was a possibility explored during the "foo-fighters" sightings from 1942 when World War II bomber squadrons reported being accompanied to and from their attack runs by strange luminous spheres that could easily outrun and outmanoeuvre the bombers and their escorts. Were the balls of light Hitler's new super-weapon? (Hitler did in fact have super-weapons under construction at the time the war ended, but that's a separate story.) The same question came up during the Cold War when jet fighters encountered the same kind of phenomenon. It turns out that both sides in the east-west standoff were reporting the same mysterious experiences and were wondering whether it was a secret technology made by the other. What the witnesses describe throughout history is remarkably similar to what we see in the "Tic-Tac", "Go Fast" and "Gimbal" footage.  A new video has been published by the Zohar Entertainment Group entitled Response to New York Times UFO Disclosure. Whose Are Those UFOs? It features a rare on-screen appearance by my old mate Steve Mera. He says we cannot rule out the possibility that what we are seeing from the AATIP disclosure is our own secret engineering. Steve notices that the four strange dog-leg appendages underneath the Tic-Tac UAP resemble pitot tubes. These are part of a standard aeroplane that diverts some of the outside airflow inside so it can measure its airspeed. There are also patent documents circulating that seem to be designs for the kinds of craft that could match the capabilities of the UAP's, see here for more details: Could it be that what was revealed by the TTSA is actually a series of elaborate drills in which the Nimitz battle group was pitted against America's own advanced technology? The ships in the fleet had recently been overhauled and had new electronics and sensors installed. It would be necessary to put them through their paces. However, the US Navy already has numerous methods for doing this; in fact it constantly engages in exercises, research and development missions. An additional reason would be necessary for a totally new form of adversary to be entered into the routine. (If that reason exists then that in itself would require fantastic explanation.) I'm not sure if the USS Nimitz and its fleet had a live-fire capability on this operation, but if it did then that is a very hazardous situation because people could get killed if something goes wrong. This is one of the reasons Sacha Christie's "time and motion" theory to explain the Rendlesham Forest Incident cannot be true, see here for details: If these objects really were the product of human secret science then they are presumably still secret. It is true that governments can indeed keep weapons developments covert until such time as it is considered acceptable to release them into the public domain. For example, the Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk attack jet, the so called "stealth fighter", was developed during the late 1970's, but kept strictly classified until 1988. However in the case of the foo-fighters that time period is now almost eighty years. Is that realistic? Despite this, there is another reason to suspect that the TTSA's scoop might be some of our own machines. I spoke to a man about this matter who knows a lot about aircraft and used to be in the Royal Air Force; and he pointed out the word "slave" that is visible in the gun camera display of the footage. In pilots' parlance "slave" means a drone. Were the gimbal, Tic-Tac and Go Fast objects unmanned aerial vehicles made by a defence contractor working either for the US or another nation? Source:

I have no absolute answers to this conundrum. The solution might come with further study, declassifications or leaks. Until then we can only make educated guesses. One thing I have noticed in the last few years, since the 2017 bombshell, is the emergence of a clique of people who think that to disbelieve in the extraterrestrial explanation for the TTSA revelations is something very prestigious. These people have formed a community where, I am dismayed to say, a lot of mutual back-slapping goes on, along with a condescending sense of distain for people like me who do not share their views and keep the possibility of ET intervention open. In this way they are very similar to the "MBA-ers" of psychical research, see: or the anti-David Icke brigade, see: These people seem to regard themselves as some kind of superior breed of ultra-pragmatic hero merely because they've chosen to postulate that the pilots did not see aliens. Anybody who disagrees with them to any degree is nothing but a "wide-eyed believer!" with all the scientific acumen of a Tolkienian elf. I must make it clear that I do not include Steve Mera as part of this tendency, but I have encountered others who definitely are. Somebody left a comment when I first raised this subject that said: "These craft are ours! Period!" No way to question that in the frame they set then. The same person also used the words: "Get over it!" Get over it? That's what you say to a child who still believes in Santa Claus. These people, whom I've christened "They're not aliens!" posers, may turn out to be factually correct. Then again they may turn out to be factually wrong. But while we're living with uncertainly at this time, I think you can learn a lot about somebody by whether they respond to the challenge by being honest and rational about their speculations, people who simply want to get to the truth; or people who are just using this quandary as an excuse to stoke their own egos and lord it over other people. I do accept that the UAP's might turn out to be man-made, but I also think they might not. If this disqualifies me for admittance into the Patronizing Alien Disbelievers Supreme Supermen Society, then I'll live with that.

Saturday 15 August 2020

Apollo Detectives 7

A film edited and produced by Neil Geddes-Ward and Andrew Chaplin. A conversation between regular contributors Marcus Allen, Jarrah White, Trevor Weaver, Colin Sougrin, Andrew, Neil, and myself.
This seventh Apollo Detectives film welcomes a new contributor, Rasa Viharii. Rasa brings a complete original study on why we should doubt the official story of the first moon landings.
See here for Neil's channel:
See here for Neil and Andy's radio show:
See here for Marcus' website:
See here for Trevor's website:
I have produced my own version of this film on HPANWO TV which includes my personal commentary:

Wednesday 12 August 2020

Trump calls for Election Delay

President Trump is facing his second election in November and he has made some statements about it on Twitter that are extraordinary, even by his standards. Back in May he fell foul of Twitter's "fact-checker" when he warned that postal ballots inevitably give an opportunity to electoral fraudsters, see: Now he has stated that the problem is so bad that the presidential election should be postponed. He suggests that it should be carried out at a later date when the electorate could "properly, securely and safely" cast their votes. The election authorities in the States want to use "mail-in voting" as much as possible because of the supposed lingering risk to public health from the coronavirus. Personally I think this is one of the reasons they're stringing it along. The real motive is that postal voting makes tampering with the ballot much easier, for example:

Postal ballots were only ever meant to be only a small proportion of all the votes, used solely by people who are not able to attend the polling station because of ill health or because they live abroad. Why is it postal voting suddenly become so much more popular? The authorities are going to try and avoid the blunders they committed in 2016 that snatched the White House away from their chosen one, Hillary Clinton. It is becoming increasingly obvious that the "enthusiasm gap" between Trump and his challenger is enormous. In fact I would go as far as to say literally nobody is voting for Joe Biden. He is one of the least credible candidates the USA has ever fielded. His record of sleazy behaviour and his current health problems makes him absolutely unsupportable. His diversity hire running mate Kamala Harris is almost as unpopular. Biden is nothing but a walking ballot box for people who hate Trump. In fact the tagline: "anyone but Trump" is becoming more widespread. The president does not have the authority to delay the election; only Congress can approve that, but I don't think Trump's Tweet had that practical objective. It was just a nod to his followers who have been alerting him to it, that he is aware of the danger. Source: The good news is that Biden cannot possibly win this election. The polls published by the BBC and other mainstream media outlets that put Biden ahead are rigged. They're intended to demoralize Republican voters into staying at home on polling day. This page provides excellent commentary on the situation: The bad news is that the Democratic establishment might announce that Biden has won when he hasn't because the election has been fiddled. If that happens Trump must do something about it. He must refuse to hand over the presidency and take active lawful action against the fraudsters. Based on his recent pronouncements it looks like he does have that intention.

Tuesday 11 August 2020

Mind Set Meet-Up Video 2

Last year, before the lockdown, the panel and listeners of the Mind Set Podcast had a social event in London. Gareth Davies came all the way from Los Angeles, USA and many more people attended. We had a great time together. I met Reeves Cooke for the first time, as well as several listeners. Tiberius Kirk was there along with Matthew Williams and Miles Johnston.
Gareth shot a lot of film during the day and he's edited it into a short reportage:
See here for the previous Mind Set meet-up video:

Sunday 9 August 2020

Second NYT UFO Article

Sometimes I think it would be nice to be two people simply because it would allow me to spread my attention wider and not miss news stories like the one I've just found out about. While I was busy preparing for my trip to Truth Seekers North East, see:, a second UFO article was published by the New York Times that if anything is more interesting than the first one. It's is an "office tour" report on the paper itself and the people behind it, the ones who published Blumenthal's original story. Its title alone is intriguing: Do We Believe in UFO's? That's the Wrong Question. What's the right question then? The answer is: "(It's) not about belief. It's about a vigilant search for facts." Therefore they are maintaining that what has been saying previously about UFO's or "UAP's" as the Pentagon calls them, is factual. It also reveals that the UAPTF has intelligence officials, aerospace executives and US Congressional staff who are in regular contact with the organization about "reported" UFO crash-retrievals and the debris resulting. This is almost unbelievable. Sure, the key word is "reported" and naturally the skeppers will pick it up and emblazon it on a banner. It implies that so long as these are "reported" events then they might not be real. However when a child run indoors from the garden on Christmas Eve and yells that he heard sleigh-bell noises, that is a reported Santa Claus encounter. How come there are no intelligence or political officials briefed on that? The fact that there is this organization and it is actively involved in the political establishment at enormous effort and expense means they are taking the "UAP" subject very seriously, or as the NY Times would put it, the search for facts is very vigilant. Source:

The next few paragraphs are the paper justifying its stance in reporting on this subject and why it feels duty-bound to do so in a world where the conditioned mainstream response is still: "But all this is crazy stuff! You're supposed to be a serious newspaper!" The Times team presents this justification in an assertive and unapologetic way. The final paragraph is the most interesting of all. It effectively divulges some stories in progress that involve covert sources revealing classified information. This might include positive evidence that Roswell-like incidents have indeed occurred. They wouldn't say that unless they felt there was a good chance they will be able to publish more on this matter in the future. When they do, you may hear about it first in the New York Times, but you will hear about it second on HPANWO Voice!

Thursday 6 August 2020

Ben Emlyn-Jones and Rin Michaelis

I have been interviewed by Rin Michaelis on her YouTube livestream:
Subjects discussed include: the experience of being a YouTube content creator, conflict resolution on a personal and collective level, political divisions caused by dogma and much much more.

Wednesday 5 August 2020

Boleskine House Sold

Following last year's fire which almost totally destroyed it, Boleskine House has been sold for redevelopment. The former owner, Mrs MacGillivray, doubted she would be able to sell the property for anything more than the price of the land alone, about £100,000. The house itself is a complete write-off. It has been totally incinerated apart from the brickwork. Instead she was no doubt delighted that she picked up half a million for it, see: The new owners are a new organization called the Boleskine House Foundation. They have a well designed upmarket website and describe themselves as: "a not-for-profit group whose primary goal is to restore the Boleskine House estate to its historical integrity." There's not much information about who the people are behind this organization. The "Founders" and "Contributing Members" tabs are blank. They make it clear that they are not associated with the modern followers of Aleister Crowley and Thelema. The Boleskine House Foundation "is an independent organisation with primary secular interests". They have a section about the history of the house where they generously describe Crowley as a "spiritual thinker", which I suppose he was literally. In the news pages they have announced that planning permission has been granted for the first phase of the work to restore the house; but, as I said in the background links above, it's not so much a restoration as a recreation. Their end goal is to have the house and gardens completely rebuilt in their original appearance. They hope to open the house to the public and use it to host educational events. Source: I wish them luck. However, it is very likely that they will run into many obstacles unless they take into account the points I made in the background links. There is an open portal that has caused frequent terrifying and destructive incidents at the house for over a hundred and twenty years. It is possible that this portal can be shut and the house returned to normal but it will not be an easy task. I suspect that the two fires in 2015 and 2019 were the direct result of malign supernatural forces. It would be tragic to see the organization's dedicated work being lost if those forces struck again. I advise them to consult with magickal experts as soon as possible.