Skip to comments.The Hazards of Psychic Backlash
Posted on 12/06/2013 9:24:59 PM PST by BenLurkin
Moving on to the 1990s, there is the very unsettling saga of Ray Boeche, an Anglican priest and a former state-director for MUFON, the Mutual UFO Network. In 1991, Boeche met (at Lincoln, Nebraska) with two US Department of Defense physicists working on a project to try and contact what were termed Non-Human Entities, or NHEs. While the initial assumption on the part of the DoD team-members was that the NHEs were extraterrestrial, that view soon changed. And radically so, too.
Eventually, the project personnel concluded that far from being the aliens they purported to be, the NHEs were demonic as in literally demonic. In other words, the DoD team concluded that the UFO phenomenon itself was born out of satanic deception, rather than alien visitation.
When the DoD scientists immersed themselves in the world of the NHEs, bad things began to occur. As Boeche told me, regardless of how benevolent or beneficial any of the contact they had with these entities seemed to be, it always ended up being tainted, for lack of a better term, with something that ultimately turned out to be bad. There was ultimately nothing positive from the interaction with the NHEs. Indeed, certain experimentation reportedly ended in death for some of those involved in the program.
You have been warned. In the world of the paranormal, its wise to tread very, very carefully
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no shit sherlock
“The shadows know” ping.
someone asked me one day if i believed in the ouija board and i said yeah sure but how do you know that the person you are talking to is really the person you are talking to but when you are grounded in GOD the comedy is ON
I’d really like to see their methods and research. But of course, instead of pressing upload the author says “buy my book”.
Note: I have always considered this a possibility. But at this point the author posts nothing but conjecture, and near the end of the article “all detailed in my book”. If I conducted this research and came to the same conclusion, I would have a problem with NOT sharing it for free.
It’s also double hearsay.
[I miss Quix]
Well in any case, it has peaked my interest. I have heard tons of these types of stories and I have always been deeply interested in the idea that UFO’s could be angels and fallen angels. I’ll try to find it somewhere and read it.
Ouija boards make good kindling.
My mom bought me one for Christmas when I was 12 or so.
Have no idea WTH she was thinking.
The view that UFOs represented demonic manifestations was held by the noted and very influential American Orthodox monk Fr. Seraphim Rose. (His writings were smuggled into the Soviet Union and widely read and highly-regarded by the faithful there.)
I cannot recall the title offhand but I have a really good paperback that links angels, aliens, MIB, “fairies” and demons.
It’s not exactly written from a Christian viewpoint but the logic was so sound that I’ve never felt the desire to mess with such things.
Ironically, I’m watching “Ghost Adventures” right now.
Love the show, never miss it.
I keep waiting for one of the “ghosts” to finally bellow “I AM LEGION” or some such thing and scare the snot outta Zak.
i am an infinite intelligent being that signed on
any deviation is unacceptable in this form
there’s a lot of garbage out there on the “so called “ paranormal
for interesting reading read the research done by the P.E.A.R. project.
an acronym for Princeton Engineering Anomaly Research
the DOD financed much of the project that went on for 25 years.
if you can wade thru the test basis for how the experiments were constructed there are some startling results /outcomes
far from showing demons at work, much of the research shows quite the opposite.
there are several books that are the result of PEAR
i am amazed the work they did is not better known
Do you perhaps have any clue of part of the title? Or perhaps maybe the author, or year? What cover looked like? Anything that I could use to track it down would be helpful.
They still make those? Then they should rename them Obama Boards (now that we’ve got a name).
Gateway to the Underworld. Nobody ever dug that board out thinking, “Oh yay, let’s play a fun game!” More like “How if we call up a demon to scare the living hell out of us?”
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Jacques Vallee’s “Passport to Magonia” covered some of that territory. His conclusion was that all of these things—angels, elves, aliens, etc.—share some common traits and seem to come from some collective subconscious place.
enjoy. this link will lead you on a long road but well worth the time.
many other links to be found from there as well as what some of those researchers are doing today.