Monday 31 July 2023

Ben Emlyn-Jones and Tere Joyce 2

I have been featured on the livestream Not My Rabbit Hole with Tere Joyce, see:
Subjects discussed include: the recent US Congressional UFO hearing, UFO government propaganda, where the spiritual and extraterrestrial meet and much much more.
See here for my previous appearance on Tere's channel:

Tuesday 25 July 2023

Claire RR's Mirrors

My recent interviews with Claire Rae Randall have been mirrored on her Bichute channel. They were previously posted on HPANWO TV and Radio. In these discussions we address one of the most controversial topics it is possible to discuss, the transgender issue. She has written a book about it: The War on Gender, see:
Interview 1:
Interview 2:

Monday 24 July 2023

Crazy Plane Lady

A video has appeared on TikTok (I know!) that went viral to the point where it has become a source for memes. It is filmed on an airliner at Dallas Fort Worth airport, USA. The plane is at the foot of the runway about to take off when one of the passengers, a young woman, stands up in her seat. At first she is fairly calm and says:  "He's not going to!... No!... Stop it!... Stop it!... I'm not sitting by that man... See what happens?" A stewardess tries to be diplomatic and arrange a seat swap with her; however the woman just becomes more agitated. She steps into the aisle and shouts: "We have to stop the fucking plane!" Then she storms off towards one of the doors demanding to disembark. She yells: "I'm telling you, I'm getting the fuck off and there's a reason why I'm getting the fuck off! And everyone can either believe it or they can not believe it; I don't give two fucks!" She then points towards the seats where she had been sitting. "But I am telling you right now, that motherfucker back there is not real! And you can sit on this plane and you can fucking die with them or not; I'm not going to!" At that point the crew had no choice; a plane cannot take off when one of the passengers is being that disorderly. It left the runway and returned to the gates. The passengers were all disembarked and the flight did not resume for over three hours. Source:
Since then internet sleuthdom has gone fanatical about this case. Several people have come forward claiming to be fellow passengers; some more convincing then others. A number of theories have emerged; these include the more mundane, that she was simply drunk. Others are more outlandish, that she witnessed a reptilian humanoid shapeshifting. It's encouraging that the concept of the latter is now so popularized that it was immediately suggested. Some witnesses state that she got into an argument with the passenger next to her because he allegedly stole one of her earbuds. "He was African American", they always add in hushed voices, thus inevitably escalating the issue into a race row. However, no image of the accused has ever been shown and he has never spoken out, so we don't know what he looks like, if he exists. It has been reported that the woman was not arrested or banned. In fact she was booked onto another flight. This is strange considering what she did previously. If she kicked off like that in midair it would be far more serious and could put the lives of the other passengers and crew in danger. Never mess with the "trolley dollies". Airline cabin crew are not just there to serve you dinner; they are highly trained security experts and will handcuff somebody to their seat in necessary. Pilots sometimes even carry out emergency landings because of unruly passengers. A passenger who melted down on a flight just a short time ago would be a liability for a future booking. In my view, this also makes it unlikely she was drunk because if she had been she would not have been allowed to board the first flight. Some researchers are claiming she has disappeared, although this has not been confirmed. Nobody knows her name and she has not spoken publicly or been traced despite all the best efforts of the online Miss Marple community. I question the claim about the missing earbuds argument. She would have said so more explicitly during her rant, yelling: "That man stole my earbuds! I want you to search him now!" etc. Wireless earbuds get lost very easily, which makes them annoying and I never use them, but they only cost from as little as ten pounds; not worth losing your place on a flight that might cost hundreds. So did she witness something truly supernatural? It can neither be confirmed nor ruled out at the moment. If reptilians exist then why shouldn't they travel by air like the rest of us? I find it curious that this incident is very similar to one that happened just a few days earlier. It was an early morning flight from Zadar in Croatia to Stanstead Airport, UK. Just before takeoff, yet again, a man suddenly stood up and started bellowing in terror. The crew and other passengers tackle him and force him to the floor. This was supposedly because there was a baby crying in the seat beside him. I don't buy it. He looks and sounds truly terrified, not irritated by a crying infant. Source: Has he disappeared too? It is a strange thing that on two occasions a passenger has been driven into a state of total panic on a plane just before takeoff because of somebody sitting near to them. I know that people sometimes lose their composure while flying. It can be a stressful time, especially if you fly "economy"; with people packed together into small seats for hours on end. There is a rather gross video doing the rounds at the moment of a woman urinating on the floor of a plane in flight because she had to wait too long in the queue for the toilet. However, the two cases I've highlighted are very different. Are more reptoids than usual travelling at the moment? If so, why is that?
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Sunday 23 July 2023

Anonymous Vows UFO Hack

The Daily Blah has done it again! After this diamond of British journalism:, last Tuesday they followed up with a new apparent revelation from the infamous hacktivist group Anonymous, the self-styled internet freedom fighters and "online Robin Hoods". Whenever they make public appearances they wear hooded jerseys and Guy Fawkes masks from the V For Vendetta graphic novel. The decentralized collective of hackers has announced that it is declaring cyberwar on anybody who conceals evidence about the presence of UFO's and ET's, or so it has been reported. I can't find a source for this. Actually even the Anonymous websites are hidden on Google and I had to use Bing and the Tor browser to find one. However, there was no reference to UFO's on it and I can't find any YouTube videos about this. There are no doubt other Anonymous websites so I'll keep looking and edit this article if necessary. It is the kind of thing the Anons would do, in fact they did once with NASA, see: Their standard modus operandi is to hack computers and then control and/or disable them. They gather confidential files and publish them. This is no flippant boast; Anonymous have previously had success, harming many state and private actors such as the government of Uganda and the Church of Scientology. Also a few independent loners have managed to penetrate government defence computers such as Gary McKinnon, see: The article in the online edition of the Daily Star is simple yet informative despite having no citations, see: So why the stupid front page? Below is yesterday's and it's just as bad. This is not a joke! It is a very serious matter and I wish the mainstream media would treat it as such.
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Saturday 22 July 2023


I am naturally a reconciliatory person, but one thing I think I will never forgive is the despicable way the remoaners treated Leave voters like me after 2016; not least because said remoaners are totally unrepentant and feel none of the shame that they should. My anger is summarized very well by Sargon of Akkad here: and by my own publications in the background portal link below. Unfortunately I used to move in a few social circles which meant I ended up sitting at tables in pubs and homes with some of the worst examples of Remoaner infamy... something I soon corrected; but just before I did I had one last toxic conversation. "What would you know, Ben!? You've never run a business!... Everybody who voted Leave is stupid!" There are a dozen other ways I could have responded, and maybe should have responded. After reflection, I think I should have just walked out; but, as usual, I didn't realize that at the time. However, I think my reply was pretty good considering. Standing firm in the onslaught of this personal attack I responded calmly: "Alright, what if somebody who had run a business made the same point I did then?" The woman, I'll call her "Cathy", answered: "I doubt if that would happen." For anybody playing Fallacy Bingo, get your cards out! So far I have ad hominem, poisoning the well and unfalsifiable hypothesis; I'm sure you can add to that. Cathy believes everybody who is qualified to disagree with her never would disagree with her; that's very convenient. I made her aware of these points, but by then the typical shutters had come down and the conversation ended.
As is usually the case, I brooded over this exchange; the injustice and sheer dishonesty took my breath away. One of my fatal flaws is that I find people like that unbearable. Maybe it's part of being a Libra, as some people tell me. However, a few weeks ago I had the opportunity for revenge. I have wisely avoided those kinds of social circles lately, but my former antagonist and I were thrown together by change at my brother's birthday party. I made up an imaginary situation in which I disagreed with somebody and my fantasy opponent replied exactly as Cathy did when we last spoke. "So, he is basically admitting he has lost the debate." I said. "People only go on personal attacks when they lose debates." Cathy smiled thinly and looked down at the table... I feel guilty about how I can be so petty at times. Since then I've stopped myself getting into situations like that in the first place by avoiding people like that and not rising to the bait when they inadvertently approach me. Society is experiencing a culture war right now and so I've realized that careless talk costs lives.
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Friday 21 July 2023

Grusch WILL Testify

We have very important breaking news on the UFO subject. There has been a lot of speculation about whether or not David Grusch will testify at the promised UAP congressional hearings; now it has been announced that he will. In the opinion of myself and many others, his presence or absence will be the absolute yardstick for whether or not the hearings will be of any use. The more pessimistic among our number are convinced that the hearings will be very boring and full of lies, just a whitewash. To be honest, this cannot be ruled out at any stage, but the fact that Grusch is going to be on the stand is a hopeful indicator that the hearings will be genuine. Source: He is going to be joined by the pilots Ryan Graves and David Fravor, two witnesses who have been speaking publicly for a number of years. The UFO media community is publishing a lot of previews for example: Some of them have a distinct "this is it!" feel to them; that the big D Disclosure day is finally here. Again, this is distinctly possible, but I wouldn't get my hopes too high just yet. Let's wait and see what happens. Best case scenario is that it will be a real version of the 2013 Citizen Hearing. With the quality of the witnesses giving testimony it will at least be far more interesting than the tedious briefings we've had previously. If it is the real deal then it will probably only be the first of a series. Be sure that I will be covering the whole process on HPANWO in great detail.
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Thursday 20 July 2023

Dorset Earth Mysteries Video

The official recording of my recent lecture at the Dorset Earth Mysteries group is now available, see:
My talk was about the medium Helen Duncan who was imprisoned during World War II, see here for details: See here for my HPANWO TV reportage of the event: This recording was edited and produced by Neil Ward.
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Monday 10 July 2023


I have developed an interest over the last few years in eschatology, the concept of the Apocalypse, Armageddon, End Times or whatever else you like to call it. I believe it is a fundamental archetype that emerges in most people in different ways. For full details, see the background links below. For my research I have taken an interest in how the notion is portrayed in modern fiction and give some examples such as The Omen, the Left Behind series and, The Second Coming. I have now found another one, Messiah. This is a 2020 TV series in ten forty-five minute episodes and it follows the story of a man who appears to be the Second Coming. The programme was made during Peak Woke and avidly champions that toxicity. The most horrible excesses are found in episode one during the first few scenes; and this is a pattern I've noticed with other TV programmes. Maybe it is because they know most people pay ninety percent of their attention to the first few minutes of a TV show. There is only one white male character in the first episode and he is a job applicant who is turned down ruthlessly and contemptuously by Eva Geller, one of the main characters. Eva is a senior CIA case officer, and she is a "Sassy!", "Strong!", "Independent!" and "Empowered!" "Woman!". She is abrupt, wilful and pragmatic; and she feels the need to assert herself among the "EEEEEEEvil white males!" she has continuously to compete with. She is scathing, sarcastic and casually dismissive of her underlings, especially if they are white men. I don't think the writers realize how much of a cliché this type of character is. It is Erin Brockovich; it is Diana Christensen; it is Kate Blackwell. Actually by episode four we see a different side of Eva. She becomes a deeper and more complex person and therefore more likeable. The programme also promotes bad fatherhood as a male ideal in the form of Aviram Dahan, a Mossad agent. He is divorced from his wife and a visiting dad to his daughter. That is not unusual for fictional detectives; however Aviram is recklessly neglectful of her. In one scene he is driving along with his daughter, who is four years old; and he jumps out of the car and abandons her in the back seat to pursue a suspect on foot. He also carries a gun in the glove compartment with his child in the car. He is depicted torturing and beating Jibril, a teenage boy. He then dumps him on the side of a road, thinking he is dead. And to put the cherry on the cake, he's a functional alcoholic. That's what qualifies you as an alpha male in today's media... Anyway, that's enough moaning, Ben; I hear you say. What's the show about?
The mysterious individual is not introduced with any name at first. He is simply called Al-Masih, Arabic for "Messiah". He is a thin young man with long hair and a sparse beard, deliberately making him resemble our popular image of Jesus. He first appears in Damascus during the siege by the Al-Nusra Front where he wanders around reassuring people and preaching calmness. He wears yellow robes and is fearless of the bombs and bullets which never seem to hit him. He them performs another miracle at the Temple Mount. A young boy is shot by the police and the stranger heals him with his hands. By now he has a huge following and people are openly declaring him to be the Second Coming of Isa ibn Maryam, Jesus Christ. Amazingly he then pops up in Texas USA, at a border town recently destroyed by a tornado; and the only building left standing is the church. The local pastor becomes one of Al-Masih's first disciples. The CIA and Mossad decide to put a trace on Al-Masih. To begin with, they are uncertain of who he is. For example they find evidence that he didn't just materialize in Texas by supernatural means; he went to Mexico in a private jet and sneaked across the border. Could he simply be a conman? What about a Russian disinformer? The true status of this enigmatic figure is also kept from the viewer, making the plot considerably different to The Second Coming where one is left in no doubt about Stephen Baxter's divinity after he fills a night-time football stadium with daylight early on in the story. The ambiguity of the crypto-Jesus character is jealously guarded; this very skilfully creates a sense of intrigue. At one point he has his own Sermon on the Mount moment, but it totally lacks the drama and menace of Baxter's manifesto despite the fact that it ends with another supposed miracle, see: My favourite scene is one which is copied almost perfectly from the story in the Gospels where Jesus meets Mary Magdalene; and it is very moving. I'm pleased to report that the programme casts the brilliant Beau Bridges in a supporting role, star of one of my favourite films, Voyage of the Unicorn, see: It also has a guest appearance by James Randi the super-skeptic. Messiah is technically very good. I like its style, score and production design. The acting is top notch, but it does not have the gritty and vivid punch delivered by The Second Coming, its vision of ordinary society in an extraordinary situation; nor does it match the gothic sophistication of The Omen. The Jesus figure in Messiah is a hollow and shadow character compared to Stephen Baxter. It's still well worth watching though. There was originally going to be a second season, but it was cancelled.
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Saturday 8 July 2023

Happy World Disclosure Day 2023!

July the 8th is World ET Disclosure Day, and was awarded that status by Steve Becklow and Geoffrey West of the Paradigm Research Group in 2010, making this the thirteenth one. This is because it was on July the 8th 1947 that General Roger Ramey held a press conference in his office in Fort Worth, Texas where he put on display some wooden sticks and some loose crumpled pieces of aluminium foil; and he told the world's media that this is what Major Jesse Marcel of the Roswell Army Air Force Base had mistaken for a UFO. He was lying. Today, 76 years later, the Government are still lying. However many believe that this is the day that the decision was made to institute what Stephen Bassett calls the "Truth Embargo." Reporters were descending like locusts on Fort Worth and New Mexico and the Government was considering whether to continue with the original "Flying Disk" story, and so come clean that UFO's exist, or cover it up; they opted for the latter. Personally I suspect that this decision was made many years earlier when the Government had to deal with similar incidents to Roswell before July of 1947 and they had a contingency plan already in place that simply broke down to begin with, see:; but the day of the scene in Gen. Ramey's office is still a fitting and symbolic historic moment that illustrates the subject well. Therefore every July the 8th is now designated World Disclosure Day. The date of World Disclosure Day will remain every July the 8th until Disclosure happens; then the day will automatically transfer to that date. Source:
This particular World Disclosure Day is the most thrilling and hopeful ever with the David Grusch revelations, see: It makes me wonder if this is the last year we'll be celebrating World Disclosure Day on July the 8th...
See here for the accompanying HPANWO TV livestream:
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Tuesday 4 July 2023

Oxford Population Health Event

I have attended an event in the famous and ancient Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford organized by Oxford Population Health, see: It was entitled An Oxford Conversation- C****-19, the Impact of Misinformation and Uncertainty. I thought somebody should go along and show the tin foil flag, so to speak. The event was a lecture by four experts appointed by the government to handle the C****19 pandemic. Prof. Devi Sridhar is a young woman who obviously has Indian roots, but speaks with an accent that is half-Scottish half-American. During the pandemic, she advised Holyrood on lockdown and v**ination policy from her department at the University of Edinburgh. She was a Rhodes Scholar. Dr Richard Horton is the editor-in-chief of The Lancet, the country's top medical journal. He has written a book called The C****-19 Catastrophe- What's Gone Wrong and How to Stop It Happening Again, see: Why is he so sure we're going to need to stop it happening again?... But I'll come back to that later. Prof. Sir Peter Horby has a grand title and a CV to match. He ran Oxford University's medical research centre in Vietnam and was behind the RECOVERY Trial, the government's attempt to find a suitable treatment for C****19... or that's what they said it was. The event was free and open to the public; I just had to register online. There were two chairpeople from Oxford Population Health, Prof. Sir Rory Collins and Prof. Patricia Kingori. With all the knighthoods in the room, the King's arm must ache from holding a sword.
The addresses that followed and the panel discussion were actually not very interesting. They consisted of different ideas about how the scientific and medical community could better communicate to the public, but the really key issues were left out, the ones I address in the background link at the bottom. It was obvious I was looking at some very compartmentalized individuals. They kept saying things like: "We did what we could with the evidence we had... Maybe we should have kept the public informed more... Before 2020 we knew nothing about the virus, so of course we had to close the schools!" The only lecturer I paid any real attention to was Dr Richard Horton. He was the loudest and angriest, possibly because of his journal's scandal over publishing Dr Andrew Wakefield's article on v**ination and autism. Dr Wakefield was unfairly punished for that in my view. Horton called doctors and medical researchers who didn't go along with the government's policy "dangerous!". He also warned against the "democratisation of authority" which means people being allowed to make up their own minds by listening to others who disagree with official C**** policy, even if they are equally qualified to comment. He didn't say it, but I suspect Dr Horton supported the social media censorship during the pandemic period. There were some other sinister elements to this hearing. Several times later on more than one of the participants made reference to "the next pandemic". They often spoke in the future tense instead of the conditional tense when this came up; uttering phrases like "how will things be better or worse?" instead of "how would things be better or worse?". It's as if it is a foregone conclusion that a new pandemic will happen. I've heard that elsewhere and it scares me. How do they know? Profs. Collins and Kingori closed the lecture by giving a quote, something important for the audience to take away with them. Guess what it was: "We were lucky this time" by none other than Bill Gates... I'll say no more. I think really it was not worth me attending this lecture. It held nothing of political importance or public interest in my view; but it was nice to see the Sheldonain Theatre. It is a beautiful building by Sir Christopher Wren. Like much of Oxford's classic architecture, it dates back to the 16th century. I'll leave some more photographs of it for you to enjoy. The fasces coming out of the lion's mouth is very meaningful.

Monday 3 July 2023

UFO Truth Magazine- Issue 61

UFO Truth Magazine Issue 61 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 61 includes an article in my column entitled The Final Whistleblower?.
Also you will find in Issue 61: revising the Los Angeles Invasion, UFO's and black helicopters in Staffordshire, parliaments stand up to the government on Disclosure and much much more.
Also in this HPANWO Show programme I interview the UFO Truth Magazine's editor Gary Heseltine:
See here for details on UFO Truth Magazine Issue 60:

Sunday 2 July 2023

Jackie's Synchro

Jackie Noise is a dedicated content creator on social media and she covers many of the same subjects I do under the username "Jamnoise72". She is a good personal friend and I've interviewed her on HPANWO Radio, see: She also went with me to the Bilderberg Fringe festival, see: She has made a new video called: Can You Believe This happened? It's A #miracle #amazing. To give you some background: Jackie's daughter, Angel, lives in Arizona USA with her husband and because of the filthy lockdown rules, her mother has not been able to visit her for over two years. This has caused both of them a lot of distress, understandably. Recently those rules have been lifted and Jackie finally has travelled to the United States freely to see her daughter. During her visit she went for a walk with her daughter and son-in-law and saw something glinting on the ground. It was a piece of what looks like milky quartz. Jackie likes crystals and so she decided to pick it up and keep it. The piece had a sharp break on one side without erosion, indicating it had recently been split from another piece. She felt a lot of power coming from the crystal, as if it were a gift from her ancestors; she has some Amerindian roots. The family walked on and soon afterwards came across a large rough pebble; apparently the location is a dry canal. Somebody had painted the word "GOD" on the pebble. Jackie placed the crystal beside the pebble and they all took photographs of it which can be seen in her video. After that they carried on walking and had gone "quite a way". They were relaxed, talking and enjoying the nice weather; and then Jackie once again saw a gleam of reflected sunlight coming up off the ground. It was another piece of milky quartz. She picked it up and saw that it also had a sharp edge like the first piece. Incredibly, when she held the two pieces together with their sharp edges touching it they fitted perfectly like jigsaw pieces. It became clear that they were actually two broken halves of a larger lump. The original lump is surprisingly symmetrical and looks like a heart. It also looks a bit like angel wings and for Jackie this was charged with very powerful symbolism, as she explains. Source:
Of course, I know exactly what the skeptics will say about this incident. They will say it is just a coincidence which Jackie has filled with false meaning from her imagination. There are several problems with this explanation. Firstly, Jackie would have had to be extremely lucky to have picked up two parts of the same piece by chance. Quartz is not a rare gem, in fact it is extremely abundant in the earth's continental crust. It is probable that she walked over thousands of similar pieces of quartz during the walk with her family. Yet the only other one she saw protruding from the ground and reflecting the sun happened to be the other half of the larger lump. The odds against this are enormous. The find also happened near where there was the "GOD" pebble, and I know Jackie believes in the power of prayer. Placing the crystal bits beside the pebble was praying in a way. Another issue is the skeptics' general overuse and misuse of the coincidence explanation which I address in full detail in the background link below. Nothing physically possible in this universe is so unlikely that we can say: "this can never happen." This leads to an unfalsifiable hypothesis which, as every skepper should know, is a fallacy. It comes from their reluctance to answer a simple question: Where is the cut-off point? Where is the statistical ceiling above which they will stop crying coincidence to dismiss something? If there is no answer to this question, they could claim that the Sistine Chapel mural is nothing more than pareidolia. Michelangelo just got in a temper one day and kicked some cans of paint around the room; what resulted is a completely haphazard splash of flying paint drops and if you see any recognizable shapes in it of cherubs, naked angels and Hands of God, then I'm afraid it's just your brain interpreting those splashes as organized imagery when there is none in fact there. If the skeptic replies: "Don't be ridiculous! Of course it's a painting." then counter with: "Alright then, where is the level of closeness to organized imagery that you will accept cannot be random?"... Stunned silence will probably follow. I think synchronicity is a real thing. There is a consciousness to this universe that it is convenient to call "God"; give it another name if you prefer. This consciousness sometimes communicates with us in ways like this. I myself have had several experiences like Jackie's, for example: There is a message behind these experiences. It says: "Don't worry; I am here. I'm not going to spoon-feed you because you have free will. I respect your ability to manage your own life and make your own decisions. However, I will sometimes give you little hints here and there, just to let you know I am watching over you." Dr Joe Dispenza explains it very well here: I think what Jackie experienced with the crystal sounds like a genuine example of divine synchronicity and I'm very happy for her and her family that this happened.
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