A Hard Day
It was a hard day for the fringe. First, John Kennedy Jr. did not show up in Dallas after a QAnon faction predicted that he would appear and join Trump to become Vice-President (until he became the ruler in his own right). Then, Añjali postponed her planned expedition to lead a group into a Mojave tunnel to meet the alien Council, providing scientific proof of their existence so humanity could transcend into a higher density. Neither result was surprising.
The Return of Kennedy Jr.
Even Juan Savin (Wayne Willott) – Kerry Cassidy’s leading candidate for the Kennedy role – did not come to Dallas. Cassidy believes that there are two Juan Savins, including JFK Jr., but if neither came, is there anyone to appear in his stead?
Since the Rolling Stones were playing in town that night, some people suggested that they perform Symphony for the Devil in honor of the event. Ironically, if Kennedy had appeared it would have been similar to the predictions of evangelical Christians concerning the Antichrist, a strange position for those who often proclaim themselves to be patriots who have faith in both God and Country. The Antichrist is said to reveal himself after seemingly returning from the dead to lead a troubled world and rebel against God. Under the QAnon belief, we would have all joined the band to play 666 (apologies to Larry Norman). For those who have faith, Q is the mark of the beast.
In any case, the fixation with JFK Jr. is one of the more interesting developments. He was supposed to reappear before the last election. That failure apparently did not discourage those who came to Dallas B
Still, why should Qanon have all the good fantasies? There is absolutely no reason why Kennedy would run with Trump. What if he returned and followed the family tradition as a liberal Democrat or announced that had become a socialist?
Añjali broke into public view when she announced that she would meet the alien Council before the end of the year. She claimed that three years before she had been invited to meet aliens in a desert tunnel. Now she was going to lead a team to return to the tunnel and document the reality of the higher alien beings, to help humanity transcend. Her only credentials were her former role as an intelligence officer. Other than that, she only had her story and people’s willingness to believe.
Some interviewers such as Jimmy Church had cast the time frame as a make or break event. Añjali affirmed that it would happen as scheduled. After blocking many of her critics, she started a Twitter poll about who should accompany her team. In the interests of transparency, it should be noted that this blog was not in the running for the Mojave meeting – although we visit the desert whenever there is a chance.
From that point it should have simple – show us the aliens. She had no other proof. She never identified any team member. She did not establish the type of scientific tests that would establish the validity of her beings. She apparently took no steps to arrange for the tunnel or an expedition. She simply made an announcement , based in part upon experiences were confirmed or recovered after hypnosis sessions with Barbara Lamb, during which Añjali realized more of her destiny, going back to another world of Orion. There is no reason to trust any of this. Lamb has achieved notoriety for a number of things, including introducing claimed alien hybrids at a UFO conference. As Jack Brewer explains in the UFO Trail, hypnotic regression is not a valid way to discover one’s personal history or establish the truth of an event, which is … Continue reading
Añjali should not enjoy any presumption of credibility unless she brings back actual evidence – a photographic record of her encounter, alien DNA, scientific witnesses and data, or ultimately an alien itself. She did not need to make an announcement to do that, and it only got in the way of anything real she might have wanted. Yet, her story sparked interest because she promised so much.
People put themselves into the role of believers or debunkers but there was hardly anything to debunk and less to believe. It is then that the real drama began.
Some in UFO Twitter decided to look at her story deeper and concluded they had found Wayne, who owns the land where the contact was to take place. It was not difficult to find a likely individual. One person reportedly had pictures of Añjali taken by Wayne, who knew nothing about an alien tunnel. A drone over his property near the Mojave allegedly did not find a tunnel that might lead to an alien base. It turned out that some of the photos posted by Ryan Gordon (Orion Adventures) to disprove Añjali’s story had been taken from the AllTrails site and had nothing to do with the events at issue. Other information about his interactions with Wayne were similarly doubtful.
Añjali responded that they had got the wrong Wayne. She stated that no one could have pictures because none were taken. Twitter was left in a “he said she said” situation and no one looked good. We believe we know who Wayne is, but there was no reason to take matter further. If anything, the attacks by some the critics made her look sympathetic. Ryan issued an apology of sorts that did not come to terms with the way he fabricated evidence, while blaming Añjali for misleading researchers. While that may be true to some degree, he actively misrepresented things and seemed to trying to bluff her with false … Continue reading
In any case, her Wayne is said have cancer and wanted privacy, without the drama that the announcement had created. He refused permission for her to use his land and return to the tunnel where contact with the alien beings had first occurred. The meeting with the aliens was canceled or postponed.
Given the likelihood of contact at a base in a tunnel, it is little wonder that it was postponed, but if she was genuinely being guided by higher powers should Wayne stand in the way to prevent transcendence?
Solving a Problem
Añjali states that she will meet with her team to seek a solution. This blog helpfully suggested that she hold her meeting with the Council at Giant Rock, the scene of George van Tassel’s flying saucer conventions. The Venusians are said to be familiar with the property and no one lives there. The logistics should not be hard, but in the alternative she could rent the nearby Integraton for the day.
Van Tassel had built the Integraton at the direction of aliens to give immortality – rejuvenation, antigravity, and time travel. It was never completed and equipment disappeared after his death. It is now used for “sound baths” since the building has remarkable acoustics. It is also actually in the Mojave, which somehow seems netter than the tunnel. What better place to meet the Council? Problem solved. This site will even pay the rental cost if her team and the aliens commit to being there, as long as I can come along.
Añjali has stated that the aliens have been communicating with others. Perhaps we could all meet at the Integraton.
Her story has been interlaced with her spiritual message of transcendence to a higher density. She states there are aliens coming who want to end humanity’s existence and those who do not transcend will not make it. Language has been holding us back so we have to find other ways of communicating. I probably am stuck in lower densities since I never have been a good mediator, but it seems to me that there is not much there apart from new age rhetoric.
Although Añjali’s history includes psychedelic and psychic experiences, she has insisted that her contact was real. It then comes down to the aliens – the proof of higher beings. Until that happens there is little more to be said apart from the drama on Twitter or Reddit.
Both events share a common theme of magical thinking and show how easy it is to mistake wishes for reality. The idea often comes down to the importance of belief. If you want it hard enough and proclaim it to be true, it might happen. The announcement is more important than the reality. If things don’t work out, there is always Plan B. Even some of the critics are not immune from that.
Both events also ignored a fundamental rule – never set dates.
How many times have people predicted the return of Christ, UFO disclosure, astounding Roswell slides, a kill shot such as that advanced by Ed Dames, the restoration of Trump, or other world shattering events, only to see the day come and go? Sometimes the event is reinterpreted, sometimes it is simply ignored as proponents move on to other things. It is often left to the follower to resolve the confusion.
In the ancient world such failure had serious consequences since you were identified as a false prophet. Today we rely on people’s forgetfulness and the promise the next story.