Carlos, eh? I haven’t seen him mentioned since my college days except by Robert Spencer. He once at had an interesting commentary about him at jihadwatch a couple of years ago. Singleness of purpose BUMP!
Someday this place reminds me of Alice’s Restaurant. /humor
He “officially” died in 1998, with the announcement that he had died of liver cancer, which was certified by a doctor who had just arrived from, then returned to, South America, without greeting anyone else. Then his body was said to be privately cremated and the ashes dispersed somewhere.
Then the women he was associated with took off in several directions, and his critics stated that they assumed the women had committed suicide, though there was no confirmation of that. The bones of one woman, who it had been claimed was an extraterrestrial, were found.
As far as his critics were concerned, this proved beyond any doubt that they were all frauds. However, a more objective observation is that they fulfilled everything they had set to do, by the numbers, so just left and will not be heard from again.
Cleargreen Foundation, operated by their collective students, is still in operation and holding public workshops.