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THE COMING GREAT DELUSION—PART 0: UFO “Debris” From Various Alleged Crash Sites Being Studied In Stanford Lab?

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According to numerous reports, debris from several UFO cases dating back to 1947 are “now being studied by Dr. Gary Nolan at the Nolan Lab at Stanford University. In a recent interview with KQED, Nolan discussed how he got involved in UFO studies and what he’s currently working on with his research. Nolan says he first started working on UFOs when he ‘was approached by some people representing the government and an aerospace corporation to help them understand the medical harm that had come to some individuals, related to supposed interactions with an anomalous craft.’ Currently, Nolan is analyzing alleged artifacts from UFOs, including some from a case previously worked on by famous UFO researcher Jacques Vallee. ‘You can think of it as almost like investigative forensics,’ Nolan explained.”

These shocking admissions, which are covered in the groundbreaking new documentary The Great Delusion, seem to echo what Dr. Thomas Horn and Cris Putnam investigated in their best-selling books Exo-Vaticana and On The Path Of The Immortals (BOTH FREE IN COLLECTION HERE), from which we excerpt the following tantalizing details:

Another university that we suspect could be involved in the cover-up of the alien presence, artifacts, and/or mysterious technology is Pennsylvania State—or at least one of its well-known lecturers. This story goes back to 2005, when Tom Horn and Steve Quayle were doing a series of Q-File radio shows, and suddenly a story shot across the World Wide Web of a giant, Leviathan-type creature that had been discovered in the polar ice of Franz Josef Land.[i] The colossal being was described as having horns “immense in dimension” that protruded from its head “with incredible length. The body is covered with a combination of coarse fur and what can best be described as ‘body armor’ (like an American armadillo) that protects its enormous joints and head.”[ii]

Both Horn and Quayle started investigating the story at the time—including analyzing the audio and video files—and within days, Quayle had tracked down the helicopter pilot who had flown over and filmed the Leviathan video. According to the pilot, Sony had created a docudrama to virally promote the release of a new Playstation 2 game called, Shadow of the Colossus. Quayle reported his discussion with the pilot to George Noory on Coast to Coast AM that same week, but before the whole thing could be put to rest, new evidence unearthed by Horn suggested that both he and Quayle might have only scratched the surface of a much deeper mystery—a “bait-and-switch” designed to throw people off the trail of legitimate recovery efforts at or near the Franz Josef Land site. Among the most interesting and potentially telling pieces of the puzzle was a senior lecturer in anthropology and American studies at Pennsylvania State University, Abington College in Abington, by the name of P. J. Capelotti. Just before the so-called hoax was perpetuated, the professor had been conducting archaeological studies of Franz Josef Land and followed his research of the site by immediately advocating the need to establish international laws and/or treaties to preserve alien artifacts.

Among other things, Capelotti pointed out that:

The late biochemist and science fiction writer Isaac Asimov once speculated that the galaxy may contain 325 million planets with traces of civilizations in ruins. Perhaps our astronomers and their SETI stations are hearing only static through their radio telescopes because they are, in effect, listening for a message from the extraterrestrial equivalent of the ancient Maya or the Sumerians—dead civilizations that can speak to us now only through archaeology. Constructing a catalog of visual signatures of advanced civilizations will someday be within the province of aerospace archaeology. And with a potential cultural resource database of 325 million planets with civilizations in ruins, there sure is a lot of fieldwork to do “out there.”[iii]

Did Capelotti’s team discover something in Franz Josef Land and/or nearby expedition sites needing international protection…something that corresponds to artificial remains elsewhere in the galaxy that also need international protection…something big enough to, let’s say, employ Sony to concoct a cover-up? Was the helicopter pilot paid off or threatened against admitting the truth about what he had actually filmed? As extraordinary as that sounds, history has shown repeatedly how governments have participated in similar scenarios on more than one occasion. (Just look at the ridiculous Roswell weather balloon cover-up story.)

Another intriguing aspect of the 2005 case is how, like the pro-transhumanist Templeton Foundation’s funding to locate Dyson Spheres and “Other-Worldly Entities/Extraterrestrials” in order to promote the alien-hybridizing of man, Capelotti seems to have come away from his Franz Josef Land findings with a similar belief that “aerospace archaeology” is somehow connected with the next step in human evolution (something the film Mission to Mars also strongly suggested). In a now-removed Pennsylvania State Personal Webserver entry preserved on the “Aerospace Archaeology Wiki,” Capelotti wrote:

I prefer the term “aerospace archaeology” if for no other reason than it includes the study of sites from the space age, which I believe will become increasingly important to the study of modern man as technological possibilities continue their course of altering the possibilities of human evolution.[iv] (emphasis added)

What type of “technology” could Capelotti’s team have recovered in Franz Josef Land that convinced him that: 1) man’s evolution will be altered via “aerospace archaeology”; and 2) international laws and/or treaties must be established now to preserve alien artifacts?

Amazingly, a few years after Horn and Quayle’s investigation, Capelotti followed his 2005 expedition with a book published by McFarland Publishing titled, The Human Archaeology of Space: Lunar, Planetary and Interstellar Relics of Exploration, in which he discusses the Shadow of the Colossus Leviathan conspiracy and admits to making two voyages to the North Pole on board the Russian icebreaker Yamal at the time. “During the second voyage,” he writes, “as we returned from the pole, we landed by helicopter on Rudolf Island in the Franz [Josef] Land archipelago.”[v] Capelotti describes his team’s excursion to the site to examine the remains of “an enormous aircraft,” which he then claims was a Soviet TB-3 bomber whose destruction the former Soviet Union had also “buried as deeply” as the government could. Again, how and why surveying a crashed airplane could be described as needing international laws and/or treaties to preserve “alien artifacts” as well as having the power to alter humanity via “aerospace archaeology” simply does not add up. Capelotti then takes several pages of his book to focus on Tom Horn as he seeks to downplay the Raiders News Update original inquiry:

This fairly benign aerospace archaeology—albeit in very extreme environment—was taken up as a central element of an argument for the presence of artifacts of extra-terrestrial intelligence here on earth. In a series of articles called “Stargates, Ancient Rituals, and Those Invited Through the Portal” and posted on the internet news site Raiders News Update, author Thomas Horn speculated that it was the disbelievers that were being conned, in this case by a specially created hoax that was in fact part of a larger cosmic conspiracy involving, you guessed it, me.[vi]

After republishing a large part of Horn’s 2005 investigation in his Human Archaeology of Space work, Capelotti repeats his claim that nothing otherworldly was discovered at Franz Josef Land, but he does so, once again, without explaining how neither a crashed Soviet airplane could lead to the next step in human evolution nor why—following whatever was discovered in the Arctic Ocean north of Russia—this had provoked his immediate advocacy of international treaties to preserve alien artifacts.

It’s also interesting that, according to Capelotti, the former Soviet government wanted to “bury as deeply as possible” the massive craft they had discovered near where “Sony” had filmed the Leviathan. This attempt to capture, suppress, and control “alien artifacts” is the modus operandi of earthly governments and is a reminder of what happened in 2003 when archaeologists discovered a magnetic anomaly in the ground where the Euphrates River once flowed. It turned out to be (according to the archaeologists) the lost tomb of King Gilgamesh, the legendary ruler of ancient Sumeria known in the Bible as Nimrod and in the New Testament as the spirit of Antichrist that rises again during the end times. This is interesting, given that the same location is mentioned in the book of Revelation (chapter 9) where John describes the “bottomless pit” opening up. Does this imply the gate to the underworld is located near the Euphrates where ancient Babylon stood? Whatever the case may be, within hours of the Gilgamesh find, the United States military set up a barrier around the site and removed the materials, secreting them away to places unknown. Members of the media, who had been set to cover the Gilgamesh findings, suddenly found themselves without a story and in the dark. This included journalists from the Assyrian International News Agency,[vii] ABC News,[viii] and BBC News.[ix] According to Graham Hancock and Robert Bauval, in Message of the Sphinx,[x] the US and Egyptian governments also blocked independent investigations around the Great Sphinx at Giza, where it is believed a “Hall of Records” or mythical library exists containing the lost knowledge of the Egyptians on papyrus scrolls and the history of the lost continent of Atlantis, which psychic Edgar Cayce claimed is buried beneath the Sphinx.



All this should catch the reader’s attention given how the Brookings Institution, considered the number-one policy think tank in the world with contributors from every field of science and industry, philosophy, and religion, published a secret report in the 1960s for the Committee on Long-Range Studies of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in which they argued in favor of NASA and other national agencies withholding from the public knowledge or evidence of alien artifacts. Brookings speculated that advances in technology and space frontierism would soon allow extraterrestrial exploration and even armchair astronomers to locate artifacts on other planets, and this was of great social concern to them. The report, titled “Proposed Studies on the Implications of Peaceful Space Activities for Human Affairs”, describes how “artifacts left at some point in time by these life forms [intelligent aliens] might possibly be discovered through our space activities on the Moon, Mars, or Venus.”[xi] The policy setters then suggested such a discovery could lead to the acquisition of “unknown knowledge” or even “contact” with entities, and this was an uncalculated danger. They wrote:

Anthropological files contain many examples of societies, sure of their place in the universe, which have disintegrated when they have had to associate with previously unfamiliar societies espousing different ideas and different life ways; others that survived such an experience usually did so by paying the price of changes in values and attitudes and behavior. Since intelligent life might be discovered at any time via the radio telescope research presently under way, and since the consequences of such a discovery are presently unpredictable because of our limited knowledge of behavior under even an approximation of such dramatic circumstances, two research areas can be recommended:

  • Continuing studies to determine emotional and intellectual understanding and attitudes—and successive alterations of them if any—regarding the possibility and consequences of discovering intelligent extraterrestrial life.
  • Historical and empirical studies of the behavior of peoples and their leaders when confronted with dramatic and unfamiliar events or social pressures. Such studies might help to provide programs for meeting and adjusting to the implications of such a discovery. Questions one might wish to answer by such studies would include: How might such information, under what circumstances, be presented to or withheld from the public for what ends? What might be the role of the discovering scientists and other decision makers regarding release of the fact of discovery? (emphasis added)[xii]

Of particular concern to the Brookings Institute was how fundamentalist Christians might react to—and even define—the issue through broadcast and print media. As such, they should be infiltrated and gradually steered toward a particular mindset, which the government could favor. “Consider the following,” they wrote:

The Fundamentalist (and anti-science) sects are growing apace around the world and, as missionary enterprises, may have schools and a good deal of literature attached to them. One of the important things is that, where they are active, they appeal to the illiterate and semiliterate (including, as missions, the preachers as well as the congregation) and can pile up a very influential following in terms of numbers. For them, the discovery of other life—rather than any other space product—would be electrifying. Since the main ones among these sects are broadly international in their scope and are, in some places, a news source, the principal distributors of mass media materials, an important source of value interpretation, a central social institution, an educational institution, and so on, some scattered studies need to be made both in their home centers and churches and their missions, in relation to attitudes about space activities and extraterrestrial life.[xiii]

The wide-ranging Brookings Institute report thus determined: 1) Aliens and/or their artifacts are likely to be confirmed this century on other planets, including Mars and the moon; 2) The impact on society and religion is unpredictable and potentially dangerous; and 3) Confirmation of alien intelligence should thus be withheld until the appropriate time, when the world’s masses have been properly “climatized” to the idea.

One is therefore left to conclude that, whether it is the tomb of Gilgamesh, the Hall of Records, the Franz Josef Land findings, or more recent alleged discoveries such as the underground Dark Pyramid fifty miles from Mount McKinley in Alaska, the idea that artifacts that may be connected to otherworldly knowledge and extrasolar locations exist on or beneath Earth’s soil is possible and even perhaps should be thought of as waiting instruments of end-times deception, something established long ago in anticipation of a final conflict when the armies of darkness shall gather in contest for the souls of humankind.

On this, the question for the reader is, if artificial structures are revealed on another planet similar to or linked with structures on Earth, will you lose your religion? Not if you understand where they originated and how they plan to use them.


…when Tom Horn was on the popular radio show Coast to Coast AM with George Noory during the Gulf War and questioned why George W. Bush had been so stubbornly resolved to take the US into Iraq/Babylon even though Iraq was not connected to the events of September 11, 2001, something interesting happened. Tom made several points, saying some people believed the invasion had to do with creating a strategic placement of US military resources against what the administration saw as a growing threat from Islamic radicals. Then he said others saw it as an effort to seize and maintain control of Iraqi oil reserves; still others believed that 9/11 was itself either a convenient or orchestrated event (false flag) allowing the Bush administration to extend a global domination project. But then, Tom suggested, some may have hit the real nail on the head when they suggested that biblical sites in Babylon—which had been uncovered during Saddam Hussein’s reconstruction of the ancient city—possessed something the administration went there to capture. After Tom finished his conversation with Noory and was headed to bed (around 3 a.m.), he suddenly received an email from the “curator” of the National Museum of Iraq (also known as the Iraq Museum, or the Baghdad Museum, which contains many relics from the Babylonian/Mesopotamian civilization), who had been listening to the radio show. This person claimed that Tom’s last idea involving the US invading Iraq to capture something Saddam had uncovered was spot on. The emailer then gave Tom a temporary password to the museum’s digital backdoor so he could see “proof.” The first thing Tom did was verify the email was actually from and also that the hidden back page was an extension of the actual museum’s website. Once he confirmed that, he clicked the link where he was required to sign in using the temporary password. That is when he saw something he could hardly believe: hundreds and hundreds of step-by-step images of the first day of invasion showing US military personnel and the US ambassador at the museum. Somebody had taken second-by-second pictures of a woman with traditional head-covering greeting and then leading a delegation of US soldiers with the US ambassador to a large, padlocked door in the back of the museum in an area where the public is not allowed to go. This door was unlocked, and the armed soldiers and official American envoy followed the woman down a long flight of stairs into a gigantic underground storage room (something like one might see in an Indiana Jones movie, except this was real). Inside were dozens, if not hundreds, of large wooden cases containing superb gold and silver artifacts, which assumedly the world had never seen, invaluable items obviously dug up by Saddam from the sands of ancient Babylon. These included gold and silver masks of kings, sacred jewelry, cuneiform tablets with unknown secrets, steles bearing mysterious inscriptions and images, papyrus, strange ritual-looking objects, headdresses, vessels, swords, shields, and more. Hour after hour, Tom sat there going through the images one by one.

Then he saw something else. Suddenly, the pictures depicted a change in the observers’ demeanors. The crowd appeared agitated, or maybe excited; Tom wasn’t quite sure which. This happened as the soldiers began opening several larger-than-coffin-sized crates (actually about three times as large as a full-sized coffin) that were hidden far back in the corners of the concealed room. As the soldiers opened them, they looked inside and gestured for the ambassador. He went and stared inside the boxes, then had them resealed without removing anything (Tom could not tell what was inside the containers). Immediately, the soldiers began carrying these crates and some other ones behind them up the flight of stairs to a transport helicopter outside. Then they quickly departed the city of Baghdad (part of ancient Babylon) with the containers to parts unknown.

Tom was flabbergasted. It was true! Whatever else the US military was doing in Iraq/Babylon, the minute they arrived in the plains of Shinar, they had gone straight to a top-secret room beneath the Babylon Museum where Saddam Hussein had hidden objects of national interest recovered from the ancient world, and they had removed these containers in which something the American government wanted—something from ancient Babylon—was found! Whatever was inside those large boxes (it took two strong soldiers on each end to carry them out of that room), it was obviously more important to the US military than the irreplaceable golden masks and jewels of ancient kings and queens they didn’t bother to seize.

Exhausted, Tom headed to bed with intentions of continuing through the images the following morning. Unfortunately, the next day, he awoke to find his “password” expired and the “curator” never willing to respond again.

So…was there ancient portal technology hidden in Iraq? If so, did the US move it to an undisclosed location? Is it in the hands of the future world leader at this time? What if the US military recovered the remains of ancient giants (with intact DNA?) from Saddam’s secret vault that day? Maybe it was the remains of Nimrod himself? Or could it have been golden tablets with secret technology from the Watchers? Maps to a Sumerian stargate? These musings may be more realistic than a casual reader would imagine, as records from antiquity do describe forbidden knowledge from the Watchers that had been written down and buried in secret places for the express purpose of rediscovery after the Flood!

The great English theologian, George H. Pember, in his masterpiece, Earth’s Earliest Ages, records how:

For nearly a thousand years, [to whom does this pronoun refer? Ancient peoples?] immense accumulation of knowledge, experience, and skill must have advanced science, art, and the invention and manufacture of all the appliances of a luxurious civilization, with a rapidity to us almost inconceivable…. And doubtless many of the mighty labours accomplished by the earlier descendants of Noah may be considered to have sprung from reminiscences of pristine grandeur, and fragments of lore, handed down by forefathers who had passed a portion of their existence in the previous age of human glory and depravity. Such may have been the daring conception of a literally cloud capped tower [Tower of Babel]; the stupendous and splendidly decorated edifices of Babylon and Nineveh; and the wondrous structure of the first pyramid, involving, as it apparently does, an accurate knowledge of astronomical truth which would seem to have been at least on a level with the vaunted advances of modern science. For all these great efforts, be it remembered, were in progress during the lifetime of Shem, and probably in that of his brothers also.

Nor must we forget recent discoveries in regard to the primeval civilization of the Accadians, “the stunted and oblique-eyed people of ancient Babylonia,” whose very existence was unknown to us fifty years ago. Their language was dying out, and had become a learned dialect, like the Latin of the Middle Ages, in the seventeenth century before Christ. And yet so great had been their intellectual power that the famous library of Agane, founded at that time by Sargon I., was stocked with books “which were either translated from Accadian originals, or else based on Accadian texts, and filled with technical words which belonged to the old language.” A catalogue of the astronomical department, which has been preserved, contains a direction to the reader to write down the number of the tablet or book which he requires, and apply for it to the librarian. “The arrangement,” says Sayce, “adopted by Sargon’s librarians must have been the product of generations of former experience.” Could we have a stronger proof “of the development of literature and education, and of the existence of a considerable number of reading people in this remote antiquity”?

According to Berosus there was an antediluvian “Town of Books” in Babylonia; and Sisuthrus, the Chaldean Noah, “is made to bury his books at Sippara before the Deluge, and to disentomb them after the descent from the Ark.” [We also] have evidence that in very early times there were well-known libraries at Erech, Ur, Cutha, and Larsa [all part of the ancient Babylonian kingdom], to which observatories and universities were attached.

If, then, we give but their fair weight to these considerations, we seem compelled to admit that the antediluvians may have attained to a perfection in civilization and high culture whichhas scarcely yet been recovered, much as we pride ourselves uponour own times.[xiv] (emphasis added)

Titus Flavius Josephus (usually just called Josephus), the famous and respected first-century Romano-Jewish scholar, wrote his “histories” at the same time the New Testament apostles were alive. He, too, chronicled how pre-Flood knowledge involving tower building and related “secrets of Heaven” were specifically recorded so as to be available to mankind after the deluge. In his Antiquities of the Jews, he wrote:

They also were the inventors of that peculiar sort of wisdom which is concerned with the heavenly bodies, and their order. And that their inventions might not be lost before they were sufficiently known, upon Adam’s prediction that the world was to be destroyed at one time by the force of fire, and at another time by the violence and quantity of water, they made two pillars; the one of brick, the other of stone: they inscribed their discoveries on them both, that in case the pillar of brick should be destroyed by the flood, the pillar of stone might remain, and exhibit those discoveries to mankind; and also inform them that there was another pillar of brick erected by them. Now this remains in the land of Siriad to this day.[xv]

Josephus also recorded how enigmatic knowledge of mathematics, astronomy, and tower construction related to the stars (portals?) was handed down by Adam’s son Seth from the earliest post-Flood builders to his children in the plains of Shinar. There, they sought to reproduce construction of a device that caused God to confront and divide them in Genesis 11. But the eighth chapter of the Book of Jubilees specifically mentions the recovery of at least part of this ancient and forbidden Watchers knowledge as having been recovered shortly after the Flood waters abated:

In the twenty-ninth jubilee, in the first week, in the beginning thereof Arpachshad took to himself a wife and her name was Rasu’eja, the daughter of Susan, the daughter of Elam, and she bare him a son in the third year in this week, and he called his name Kainam. And the son grew, and his father taught him writing, and he went to seek for himself a place where he might seize for himself a city. And he found a writing which former (generations) had carved on the rock, and he read what was thereon, and he transcribed it and sinned owing to it; for it contained the teaching of the Watchers in accordance with which they used to observe the omens of the sun and moon and stars in all the signs of heaven. And he wrote it down and said nothing regarding it; for he was afraid to speak to Noah about it lest he should be angry with him on account of it.[xvi] (emphasis added)

We can only guess what these teachings of the Watchers involved, but if it was about the heavens and possibly locations or methods for piercing the human-angelic barrier, it would go along handedly with what the Bible says happened during Nimrod’s tower and technological aspirations.

These observations may be more important than at first we imagine, because the object lesson derived from the Tower of Babel incident is that self-actualization, apart from—and especially in defiance of—the will of God is dangerous. Ziggurats, pyramids, and towers were used to channel false gods—created gods damned to die like men. Thus in coming full circle, we decide the question of whether these ancient portals were (or are) “gates of the gods” or “doorways to destruction” in favor of the latter.

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[i] “Forgotten UFO and alien retrieval footage from Siberia,” YouTube video, 1:13, posted by cohenparanormal, last updated April 3, 2011, last accessed January 15, 2013, Also viewable here: and here:

[ii] “Siberian Ice Giant Video: Cryptozoological Cover-Up,” online discussion board, quote excerpt from post by Libertus Invictus, November 3, 2005, last accessed January 15, 2013,

[iii] P. J. Capelotti, “Space: The Final (Archeological) Frontier,” Archeology Archive (volume 57, number 6 November/December 2004), last accessed January 15, 2013,

[iv] P. J. Capelotti, “Aerospace archaeology,” Space Archaeology Wiki, last modified November 3, 2007, last accessed January 15, 2013,

[v] P. J. Capelotti, The Human Archaeology of Space: Lunar, Planetary and Interstellar Relics of Exploration (Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2010), 86–87.

[vi] Ibid., 87.

[vii] “Gilgamesh Tomb Believed Found,” Assyrian International News Agency, January 25, 2005, last accessed January 15, 2013,

[viii] “Experts Search for Grave of Legendary Gilgamesh,” ABC News, May 6, 2003, last accessed January 15, 2013,

[ix] “Gilgamesh Tomb Believed Found,” BBC News, last modified April 29, 2003, last accessed January 15, 2013,

[x] Graham Hancock and Robert Bauval, The Message of the Sphinx, first ed. (Three Rivers Press, 1997), 59; 71.

[xi] The Brookings Institution—Final Report: “Proposed Studies on the Implications of Peaceful Space Activities for Human Affairs” (July 1993), 182–183.

[xii] Ibid., 182–184.

[xiii] Ibid., footnotes.

[xiv]G. H. Pember, Earth’s Earliest Ages, Defender Publishing, 5th ed. (July 15, 2012), 172–175.

[xv]Antiquities, “Chapter 2.Concerning the Posterity of Adam, and the Ten Generations from Him to the Deluge.Online,” ebook (accessed January 27, 2015).

[xvi]The Researchers Library of Ancient Texts: Volume One—The Apocrypha (Includes the Books of Enoch, Jasher, and Jubilees). (Crane, MO: Defender), 291.

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