Andrew Johnson – ad.johnson@ntlworld….
30 Jun 2015
Edgar Mitchell on Aliens/ET’s
In the fields of ufology and paranormal research, the name of Dr Edgar Mitchell is one that comes up quite frequently. Since at least 2003, he has been heard to make incredible statements about events which happened in 1947 near Roswell, New Mexico. For example, in an interview for the documentary “Out Of The Blue,” which was produced by James Fox and shown on the sci-fi Channel, Mitchell “started off gently” and said
Later, in the same documentary, he went on to say:
In Feb 2004, he was quoted as making similar remarks in St Petersburg, Florida. His words were included in a local newspaper (now called the Tampa Bay Times) in an article entitled “Former Astronaut: We’ve Had Otherworldly Visitors”
Also, in a July 2008 interview with Larry King on CNN, Mitchell appears to validate the stories of witnesses to the Roswell incident, claiming that he was told certain things by them before they died and he states that an “alien craft” did indeed crash there. However, he does not give any specific details about who spoke to him, or what they said. Hence, Mitchell’s statements are essentially useless in helping us to find out any more about the Roswell incident than has already been uncovered by other researchers.
Another instance of Mitchell making comments (or rather not making comments) about what appear to be intelligently controlled objects in space, was included in David Sereda’s excellent documentary called “Evidence: the Case for NASA UFOs“. In this documentary, David Sereda completes an extensive analysis of the STS 75 “tether incident,” where many strange objects are seen in the field of view of the camera on the space shuttle as it attempts to video the results of an experiment. The experiment involved unravelling a 12-mile long, thin wire to perform an energy related experiment. (It is strongly recommended that you review this footage for yourself.) This wire was the “tether” for a satellite that was released from the shuttle’s payload bay. As part of his investigation into this extremely unusual NASA footage, Sereda decided to contact Edgar Mitchell and send him a copy of the NASA video. Sereda states that, in response to his query about the “tether” footage, on November 24, 1999 Edgar Mitchell wrote the following letter to him:
Sereda, unhappy with Mitchell’s response wrote to him again and Mitchell responded further, thus:
Still troubled by this new response, Sereda wrote to Mitchell again to ask him to study the footage more closely. Mitchell then responded:
To understand how ridiculous Mitchell’s responses are, one needs to study the “tether” for oneself. Of course, Mitchell needn’t have responded to David Sereda at all – it is as if Mitchell appears to be working hard to show himself as “a good guy.” That is, he has shown himself to be approachable and responsive to Sereda’s letters and questions. However, there is something amiss…
Mitchell is also well-known as the founder of the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) – an act he allegedly took as a result of “an Epiphany” which he experienced on the return journey from the moon. IONS include the following statements on its website:
This all sounds quite attractive and benevolent and rather appealing to people (like me) who have become disillusioned with the straitjacket of mainstream science and feel a lack of fulfilment in following mainstream religions. However, reading the text above I am immediately disconcerted by the inclusion of a “trademark” after the name of the Institute is written. What’s that all about?
It is clear from the above that IONS concerns itself with topics relating to consciousness. The study of consciousness is far more important than most people seem to realise – not least because understanding consciousness more fully can have potentially sinister outcomes. One simple example is the use of subliminal messages to implant things in our subconscious mind. And then there is Mitchell’s admission of his interest in the alleged psychic Uri Geller indeed, Mitchell himself explained this interest in Geller in the uncut version of a 2013 BBC documentary called “The Secret Life of Uri Geller”. (This interview did not appear in the uncut version of the documentary.)
Later, in the same documentary, he goes on to state:
One could naïvely conclude that Mitchell really did not have any knowledge of the CIA’s involvement in research into parapsychology, but further (rather troubling) research draws one to the conclusion that Mitchell was, indeed, working for the CIA – along with the aforementioned Hal Puthoff and Russel Targ.
Following a study of the sordid catalogue of Apollo anomalies, it becomes obvious that Mitchell could never have walked on the moon as he has claimed. In studying this “catalogue”, one is almost bound to come across a film called “Astronauts Gone Wild,” which was made by Bart Sibrel. His film features some “ambush” interviews with several astronauts which are uncomfortable to watch, but are, nevertheless, most revealing. For example, in the interview with Mitchell, the following exchange can be heard:
Sibrel then reads out the oath, which Mitchell repeats, with his hand placed on a Bible. Mitchell then states his view of the Bible, and he is clearly very uncomfortable with what has just transpired. He then repeats:
There is an edit in the interview and then Mitchell states that Sibrel should turn off the camera as he is “done” with the interview. Sibrel then (perhaps unwisely) tries to exchange pleasantries, but Mitchell becomes rather agitated and says
Following a further exchange, in which Sibrel says:
Mitchell then says:
As Sibrel is leaving, we can hear that Mitchell still has on the radio microphone and his camera is still rolling. Mitchell is heard to say to his son (who has joined in the exchange)
As Sibrel and his cameraman are getting into their car, the radio microphone is still recording and Mitchell’s son is heard to say:
It seems pretty clear to me that a very dark side of Mitchell’s background is revealed in this brief and disturbing clip. Who would say such a thing?
Sadly, it has become apparent that this wasn’t the first time that Mitchell had talked about guns and people being shot. In an interview (date unknown) with deceased physicist and inventor of the N Machine (a closed path homopolar free energy generator), Bruce DePalma, he states
DePalma goes on to state:
For those that have not yet made the connection between Edgar Mitchell and the large deceptions relating to the space program and free energy which are being perpetrated on the general population, we can say that, in the words of Richard D Hall, they are “losing the information war.”
He also states:
“What Did It Feel like to Walk on the Moon?”
We have now seen evidence of the strange – and even threatening – behaviour of Edgar Mitchell. On the page about him on the IONS website, it describes the “realisation” which he had on his alleged return journey from the moon:
Yet even after this realisation, we have two instances of him talking to people directly about guns and violence – when both of the people that he was talking to appeared to be trying to establish the truth about the matters they were investigating. How can we explain this contradiction?
A clue to the answer may lie in what he said during an interview on the Art Bell show on Wednesday, May 15, 1996 1 AM to 4 AM PDT. This interview included Richard C Hoagland and the transcript of it is posted on Richard Hoagland’s website. In the interview, Mitchell discusses how he has often been asked what it felt like to walk on the moon.
But this doesn’t seem to tally with his story about having this “revelatory awakening” on his alleged journey back from the moon. The description given above about how the world is “a harmonious whole” does not seem to fit with this idea that he didn’t know what it felt like to walk on the moon. Also his statement about “needing help” to “know what it felt like” is most peculiar, if you ask me. Perhaps we have to consider what else was happening at the time the Apollo Programme was current. An interesting observation is made on a Webpage titled “Apollo Truth – The reason behind NASA’s fake Moon missions.” (author unknown, but an email address is listed)
The page goes on to say:
If we consider the reaction of Mitchell to Bart Sibrel, and his statement about briefing the CIA director George HW Bush regarding investigations into the abilities of Uri Geller, it seems to me that Mitchell was quite probably subjected to some form of mind control to make him believe that he really did walk on the moon. When he is challenged over this issue, we can see that his reaction is one of great discomfort, rather than one of being able to rationally explain how and why Bart Sibrel (and people like me) are wrong to state that he could not possibly have walked on the moon during the Apollo 14 mission (and neither could any of the other publicly named astronauts).
From the other evidence discussed in this article, I would argue that Mitchell has become a key asset in intelligence work which is being done in the alternative knowledge community and within the “new age” movement. In other words, I am in complete agreement with the statements of Bruce DePalma and feel strongly that Bruce DePalma’s death was neither natural nor was it an accident.
I am therefore composing and posting this article to alert the UFO and alternative knowledge community to what Mitchell has said and done in the past and if this does not make more people wary of him and it does not make them want to distance themselves from him, then I probably have not written this article very well.