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The Gulf Breeze 6 Revisited – AWOL Soldiers on a Mission to Kill the Anti-Christ

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posted on Mar, 4 2017 @ 06:27 PM
a reply to: mirageman

Best post I've seen in a long time. I'm pulling out my Jacques Valle books tonight.
I had forgotten about this case with all it's twists, turns and unanswered questions.
S&F! Much appreciated!

posted on Mar, 4 2017 @ 06:29 PM
a reply to: ZeussusZ


Although it is the original text from the memo and the background is from the Augsburg base. That was simply a graphic to illustrate the rather odd message transmitted to various media outlets in the days following the arrest of the Gulf Breeze Six. I think it's a rather significant part of the story,
edit on 4/3/17 by mirageman because: edit

posted on Mar, 4 2017 @ 07:13 PM
a reply to: kosmicjack


They aim to scapegoat the benevolent "saviour(s)" and gain total dominance of this world and the human race. "They" are what humans would define as, quite simply, pure evil. They seek dominance and control, stripping of free will, and utilize deception, intimidation, and other dubious methods including highly operant mind control and inducing heavy fear responses to distort critical thought.

posted on Mar, 4 2017 @ 07:35 PM
a reply to: mirageman

Thank you M. Fascinating. But I must say that I have read through the whole thread and feel a bit 'cold turkeyish" as I have not read the name I have recently become so addicted to. So just to feed my monkey, I'll say it. Trump. Ahhhh, now I'm better.

Keep up the good work M and maybe we can get the old ATS back, that is if junkies like myself can de-tox in time.

posted on Mar, 4 2017 @ 08:21 PM
Bravo to all joining in...

Reminds me of Operation Silence
Project Clover Bakery

And the Goat Lab

posted on Mar, 4 2017 @ 09:28 PM
a reply to: mirageman

So what was the proof without close ups. A picture? Is there one

posted on Mar, 4 2017 @ 09:29 PM
a reply to: mirageman

My first ever double post
edit on 4-3-2017 by ZeussusZ because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 4 2017 @ 09:47 PM
I always think that witness = subject of some test ruse to manufacture "true believers". Incidents like Bentwater or Area 51 "tours" occur and some sees something they shouldn't have or is given misleading type disinformation.

Maybe Bentweater was just a test to see how trained men will react to apparent otherworldly incidents. See what I mean? idk much about GB6 but it fits the model.

posted on Mar, 4 2017 @ 10:16 PM
a reply to: mirageman

It was in the book The Stargate Conspiracy by Picknett and Prince

Here is a link that mentions him

Most other links are dead. You could also search 'the council of nine'.

posted on Mar, 5 2017 @ 06:46 AM
a reply to: mirageman
I think Vallee hit the nail on the head (as usual), particularly if that award business was true. If the incident was an embarrassment there would likely be a coverup rather than an award bringing further attention, so it seems like support for the psy-op explanation.

They used all the stereotypical new age crap too - alien jesus, spiritual gurus, sacred year 2000 (64. Special people will emerge around the world to teach truth by 2000.), peacebringer, global spiritual evolution, pole shift -

all combined with the standard christian fare - new world order, martial law, rapture, beast system, markings, trumpets, natural disasters, etc

The prophecies even in their time weren't particularly special either. A few of them are taken right out of the Bible or Nostradamus, particularly a devastating leader arising in Europe (also called the King of the North)...

56. The man to be known as the “Peacemaker” will come from Europe

Starting in the 60s there are a whole lot of 'prophecies' concerning Japan. Maybe they were trying to influence history... Most of them seem frivolous but the one that stands out from the rest is

71. Japan and China will sign a joint agreement for the administration of Hong Kong.

And it seems like they were trying hard to self-fulfill their prophecies:

27. Six will go underground from army.

This stood out to me from the claim in the op: "There are others who are upset because they didn't get invited,"
It seems like they deliberately chose 6 to coincide with their prophecy, trying to emulate the apostles or something. Numerology in action.

Overall the prophecies remind me of the CIA's Urantia Book, using various sources to appear as having higher knowledge.

posted on Mar, 5 2017 @ 07:15 AM
a reply to: ZeussusZ

I have never seen the 'proof'. From what I can find it seems the story of the teletype message was sent with a couple of 'standard UFO pictures'

....On, or about 22 July 1990, someone sent a teletype directly to the Army. For good measure, they CC’ed the message to AP, UPI, ABC, NBC, and CBS. The press did not report the teletype’s existence to the public for about three weeks, but local affiliates, especially in Florida, shared its contents with other media, as WEAR’s (Pensacola) Mark Curtis did with the Gulf Breeze Sentinel. The message read:



The proof, referred to in the teletype, consisted of a couple of standard UFO pics, which the stations additionally received. Shortly after the receipt of the terse missive, US Senator Robert Dole (R-KS) decided to take up the Gulf Breeze Six’ cause publicly.

Source : The X Spot

There is also some more information here :

But I don't think the photos have ever been released publicly. As to what the the other files and photos consisted of? Well the there are still over a thousand pages withheld from FOIA release.

posted on Mar, 5 2017 @ 07:38 AM
SInce no-one else has yet, I'm leaving this here...

After they moved, the house was sold and guess what they found in the attic? The Gulf Breeze UFO model used to yank everyones chain.

Like I was saying in another thread, the BS is kept in front of everyones nose, the real deal, zip...


Image search
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posted on Mar, 5 2017 @ 07:45 AM
a reply to: Ridhya

The Travis Trophy Award to the 701st Military Intelligence Brigade is definitely true. See : link
So what you have written sounds entirely plausible.

Vallee also believed the answer code "AUGSBB3CM " of the teletype message to be significant

Could it be that the deserters did not simply hold top secret clearances, but were also cleared for Crypto, giving them access to critical, encoded security material?

Was the alphanumeric code in the signature a hint of an actual cypher, demonstrating the identity or the level of access of the sender?

Another weird part that I left out of the original post is a further part of Vance Davis' book

This third session ended up giving us the name of a woman in Munich that would have some information for us on the alien and UFO situation. The woman's name was Gabriel. We did, indeed, find that woman in Munich and she gave us some information and documents that were interesting, to say the least. That paperwork was taken by the officer that arrested Mike [Hueckstaedt] in Pensacola. We never saw it again........

Make of that what you will.

edit on 5/3/17 by mirageman because: fixed link

posted on Mar, 5 2017 @ 07:49 AM
a reply to: intrptr

.....After they moved, the house was sold and guess what they found in the attic? The Gulf Breeze UFO model used to yank everyones chain.

You mean left in the home of the Anti-Christ after he moved

posted on Mar, 5 2017 @ 08:07 AM
a reply to: mirageman

S + F. Awesome thread. Haven't thought of this one in a while. I was still running a BBS in the late 80's and early 90's, and a lot of this stuff was making the rounds on Fidonet, and then Usenet. Ahh. Those were the days. I still have a lot of that stuff, from back in the day.

Great OP!

posted on Mar, 5 2017 @ 08:15 AM

originally posted by: mirageman
a reply to: intrptr

.....After they moved, the house was sold and guess what they found in the attic? The Gulf Breeze UFO model used to yank everyones chain.

You mean left in the home of the Anti-Christ after he moved

Lol, okay. How about this? "500 hundred photos". Ever stop to wonder why the photographer took all those gulf breeze pics but no film camera footage? And how come no-one else saw or recorded this same clearly defined shape during the same three week time period in 1987?

It couldn't be because the only images he recorded were of his model...


posted on Mar, 5 2017 @ 09:24 AM
a reply to: mirageman

Wonder if this had any connection to the intentional release of (well known) hallucinogenic chemicals through contaminating the ingredients (or water) of a popular bakery, used by most of the residents of a small French town around the same time back in 1990. August 1990 to be precise i believe.

This was thought to have been a test carried out by US and French military scientists, to assess the effectiveness of weaponised hallucinogenics both to use as an offensive weapon and learn how to counter the effects / see how bad things would get if it were to be used against us. The test was explained away as ergot contamination of the flour, a naturally occurring wheat fungus which does indeed induce hallucinations (believed responsible for medieval people seeing 'demons' and the like).

The effects on the population infected were severe, with many of the victims being completely incapacitated and going raving mad..the effects were much to pronounced and severe for simple Ergot contaminations, and more like mega-dose - or put another way - weaponised levels of hallucinogen introduced into their systems.

Perhaps these 6 people were involved in this programme (still not officially acknowledged) and were somehow affected by their work?

I realise they were in Germany, and the weird outbreak was in France, but the distances are not that great.

posted on Mar, 5 2017 @ 09:32 AM
a reply to: intrptr

If you'd elaborately hoaxed a multitude of UFO sighting images, and kept up the pretence for years afterwards...would you be careless enough to leave the one piece of unassailable evidence of the hoax in the house you'd just sold?

No...neither would the majority of people, especially those with the tenacity, skills and IQ required to pull off a long standing hoax.

What would be more likely in this scenario...the above is a load of rot and no model was so carelessly left to disprove the reality of the sighting, or the new owners upon learning of the houses previous occupant and the subject to which they were associated decided to create a little hoax of their own?

I know which is much more likely.

posted on Mar, 5 2017 @ 09:56 AM
Apart from the pardon and the note I don't see anything too strange... Just look into any of the evangelical churches and you will see hundreds of crazies like this.

It's probably pretty rare that you get a bunch of these people in the same place other than the church. But obviously to me they convinced each other something was real... Maybe they got let off lightly because it was some kind of group psychotic episode.

From thier backgrounds though they all certainly seemed primed for such delusions... And to be honest it's why we have to shout loud and proud about logic and reason and not mamby pamby.

Anyone is free to believe whatever they like but I am also free to say they are delusional for thier beliefs.

posted on Mar, 5 2017 @ 10:36 AM
Thanks for this post, a great Sunday morning read on a topic I've never heard about.

As previously referred to by other posters, it seems to me these six were hand-selected through the vetting process for some kind of mind-control experiment. Though to what end is open to conjecture. The whole tale somewhat reminds me of the CIA's dual use programs, like Stargate, that were used to learn intelligence through psychic abilities and also as a means of mind control. A shadowy character named Andrija Puharich was instrumental in much of this: The Council of Nine

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