Monday 8 October 2007

UK Probe- Autumn 2007

I’ve just returned from the latest UK Probe conference. This is a twice-yearly event for researchers into the paranormal and conspiracies, held at Lytham St Annes, Lancashire. It was my third time and, as at the two previous ones, I had a magical time. The joys of the event are twofold: firstly the speakers and secondly the social life. It is the chance to meet up with the regular delegates who have become friends and people I love talking to and exchanging ideas with, especially Ellis Taylor, Matt Delooze and Ben Fairhall (Ellis and Ben can be found on the links column; Ben is the author of the Battling the Behemoth site). I spent Saturday evening at the Admiral pub with Ben and some of the others. Ben and I might share the same name, but we disagree on most other things; and I wonder if that might be the main reason we get along so well! It’s quite good fun to spend an evening at the Admiral wrangling the walls down. I’ve also become close to Dennis, who’s known as “the Orb Man” because of his special ability to capture these odd images on film, and his wife Marion. I spent most of my trip with Fred and Val Allsop, an elderly couple whom I stayed with at their Birmingham home, allowing me to split my long journey from Oxford. They also gave me a lift in their car, precluding the need for me to stay on for Sunday night in Lytham which is inconvenient and expensive. Fred especially is very interested in conspiracy theories and has a book collection I frankly envy. Val claims she only attends Probe to keep him company, but I think she did enjoy the event and learned a thing or two. Jean and Rachel are a mother and daughter team who investigate ghosts and I’ve neglected to post some of their films on HPANWO, something I will have to remedy. I did a bit of skywatching both nights. Back in March I saw a UFO on St Annes beach. I saw a bright, fast-moving light, way above the clouds. I thought it was a satellite, but it then changed direction very quickly. It was definitely not an aircraft. Aircraft at night are easy to identity because they have flickering navigation lights and move in a straight line. This object had a steady light and manoeuvered far too sharply and quickly to be an aircraft. It felt as if the conference was over far too soon. I love being there and love the people so much. I think this is the only place I can truly be myself, knowing that everyone around me will accept me that way. As you can see from the below articles I insist on being myself no matter what, but it’s such a relief to be free of the ridicule and incomprehension I usually get from people at home when I do it. It was sad to say goodbye and I felt almost tearful as we all left on Sunday afternoon. But the good thing about Probe is that it takes place twice a year, not just annually like most conferences, so there is only six months to wait until the next one. Those six months will go more quickly than the last because of the Quickening: the speeding up of time as we approach 2012, or whenever the great awakening of consciousness occurs (I’ll be writing more on that later, but I outline it in my Darren Pollard interview below).

The speakers, as usual, were fascinating, in fact I’m still a bit in information-overload at the moment. Here’s an outline of what they were like to see live:

Jane McCarthy: A medium who’s investigated many haunted houses and has captured orbs, including motion pictures. She’s carried out studies of nightclubs and countryside locations. Some of her information was very harrowing, involving the souls of murder victims and abused children.

Ian Crane: Probably the best speaker of the conference. He’s chairman of 9/11Truth and has put together a package of graphics and music. He goes into the links between 9/11, the Illuminati and the legend of the Annunaki. He’s a very passionate and cogent speaker and had the audience captivated. He’s an optimist who believes that the consciousness awakening is happening. He’s got an interesting interpretation of the symbolism in a crop circle of an Illuminati pyramid. Outwardly it’s a representation of the familiar emblem of the Illuminati, as seen on the dollar bill. But he’s spotted some subtle, yet important differences. In the crop circle version the capstone is connected to the main pyramid and is far bigger in relation to it. This means that the secret knowledge held by the elite is no longer secret and isolated and is known by a far greater proportion of the population. I've posted the two pictures at the top of this post for you to compare.

Howard Middleton-Jones: This archaologist was a bit hard to follow, but once I got into his speech it was intriguing. It’s a story, illustrated with pictures, about his trip to Egypt. It is actually rather like an archaeological version of a penetration of Area 51! He travels to parts of the country most people never see and manages to sneak past cordons that are usually off limits. Here he finds lots of amazing things that show that the official story of Ancient Egyptian history is a lie.

Jo Ann Richards: This lady is married to a man who is in jail. She reports that he used to be part of an elite, secret space force that fought wars against alien invaders who are trying to take over Earth. This might sound outrageous, but it’s very similar to so many other highly credible reports I’ve heard elsewhere. I think that there is much truth to it. She was very emotional as she spoke. Her husband Mark Richards has been in jail since 1982 and she met him in 1997. She’s never spent a moment with him as a free man. I spoke to her at the hotel too and she told me a lot about herself. It makes for a poignant tale. Her wedding was only 15 minutes long. She wore a dress, but Mark was not allowed to dress up and was in his prison uniform. There was no champagne or wine permitted. There was a cake, but the warders didn’t have to check it to see if there was a file inside because it was made of cup cakes from the prison’s own vending machine! I didn’t like to ask, but I suspect that their marriage has never been consummated. Some prisons allow a couple an hour or two alone together in a bedroom, but it’s very rare. Jo Ann remains hopeful that Mark will be released one day and is campaigning for an appeal. She says he was put in prison to silence him from telling the truth about the aliens. I’d like to think she’s got good cause to be optimistic. As I’ve said before, times are a-changing and the good guys who are doing time today will soon be replaced with the real crooks, the elite who are oppressing us. I hope Bush gets Mark’s old cell!

Tony Gosling: This man used to be a BBC reporter; today he’s trying to expose the secret society network that controls modern politics. He talks about the Bilderberg Group and the Masons. He’s a Christian, but is opposed to the Vatican and other religious establishments.

Clint Denyer: This man gave a courageous speech on a very controversial subject within the Probe community; the death of Dean Warwick which I’ve already written about below. Probe members are split over whether it was murder or not. Clint is convinced, as I am, that it was.

Mark Foster: This speech was good-natured and contained audience participation. It was all about the law of attraction, as described in the movie The Secret. Mark showed how our thoughts and feelings shape our experiences. This is something I’ve noticed in my own life. If I’m in a bad mood, other bad-tempered people seem to be drawn to me, but when I’m feeling contented, other happy people do. By being hopeful and optimistic, we can actually change our lives and the world around us for the better. The Secret was not bad as a movie, but it was a little bit over-glossy. What the Bleep Do We Know!? was far better and contain much more information (see the links).

I met many other interesting people and, as usual, came home with many books to read. I met Ann Andrews who’s become well know for the book she wrote about her son: Jason- My Indigo Child. Another author there I’ve come to know is Brian Allen who’s investigating the famous Rosslyn chapel. I saw a TV programme about him a few months ago which was lousy and only took the piss out of him! I also had a long talk with a lady called Jenny who’s a new author on the scene. She’s written a book about her encounters with Reptilians. I spoke to James Casbolt at the hotel. He’s a man who’s written articles and done radio shows on secret underground bases and government alien –hybridization and mind-control projects. I’m still not sure what to make of his information, but as with Jo Ann’s, it resembles closely other stories of secret operations in the USA, like Dulce or Montauk.

There were some odd-looking characters in dark suits hanging around the conference. I asked a few people who they were, but nobody seemed to know. I sat next to one of them on Saturday and he was strangely quiet. He never even looked at me the whole day. I know it’s a bit of a cliché to suspect people of being government agents, and it may just be my imagination, but after what happened a year ago, it’s understandable that we’re on our guard.


matthew delooze said...

Hello there,young fellow me lad..

pretty good summing up I'd say!

I didn't know you had this blog mate...

best for now from me and suzie.

Ben Emlyn-Jones said...

Hi, Matt. Thanks for dropping by. It was great to meet you and Suzie again. It was a fantastic conference. Look forward to seeing you again soon. Take care. Ben

Dan said...

Ben, I have seen the same light from Blackpool beach. I was staying at a hotel on north shore, and was on the bleachers watching the stars and saw an identical light. However, my sighting differs as I did hear a very unusual muffled engine sound.

Black projects flying from Wartons toy lab ?

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