A while back now I said:
This could be very interesting, I was just writing up a post about Sir Peter Horsley's encounter for ATS.
Which I finished then promptly lost, seeing the thread Police hunt for new Diana
reminded me about, as far as I am concerned, this fascinating encounter.
Many of you will instantly recognize the name of Sir Peter Horsley (1921 – 2001)
former RAF squadron leader who rose to the position of equerry to Prince Phillip and then on further to Air Marshall, which in itself is an
interesting turn of events.
I say this because reportedly, while in the position of equerry to Prince Phillip and with his apparent blessing and despite the request that such
undertaking should be ‘low key’ apparent encouragement, Sir Peter Horsley spent a large amount of time investigating the matter of UFO’s. At
the time the Queen’s cousin, Lord Louis Mountbatten, was also reported to have an avid interest in the subject. A interest that has been, I
believe, confirmed by his children and other around him at that time and is recorded fact. These two high status gentlemen were to find themselves in
each other’s company as they looked further into the subject.
The main reason for the connection between Sir Peter Horsley and the untimely death of the Princess of Wales is through a technique known as ‘Boston
In Stephen Reid’s book - “Princess Diana: the Hidden Evidence” he quotes an unnamed source, reportedly a former SAS sergeant, as recognizing
similarities between the ‘Boston Brakes’ technique and the tragic events of that fateful night, and it is this technique that links the Death of
Diana Princess of Wales with the story of Sir Peter Horsley. Later in the book the details of this technique are confirmed by
former SAS officer and noted in the Guiness Book of Records as “the
worlds greatest living explorer” who enlists as an example the ‘assassination’ of Major Michael Marman. In 1986 Major Marman was involved in a
fatal car crash close to Stonehenge. The details of the incident are available mailman.xmission.com...
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In his autobiography, Sounds From Another Room, Horsley says that he was accelerating to about 60 miles an hour when the car began to react strangely.
He saw a grey Volvo closing up quickly behind him and as he was about to wave it past, his BMW spun sharply to the left, the brakes screeching, and
then sharply to the right and back again. This is remarkably similar to what happened to the Mercedes before it struck the 13th pillar. Horsley was by
now desperately trying to maintain control and he went on: “Out of the corner of my eye I saw the grey Volvo accelerating past me at high speed. My
car had now developed a mind of its own as it swung broadside and skidded down the road. With a lurch it hit the central reservation, mounted the
grass verge separating the two• lanes of the highway and crossed over into the opposite carriageway. I had just time to see a small car approaching
from the opposite direction. I hit it sideways on with tremendous force. In a split-second the driver’s horror-stricken face was visible and I heard
his hoarse scream.”
But I digress, the main point I wish to focus on here is Air Marshal Sir Peter Horsley's, (then Squadron Leader), two hour long encounter with the
person he called Mr. Janus in Smith Street, Chelsea 1954.
According to Sir Peter the meeting was originally set up by a retired General (I believe it was a General Martin) for a flat in Smith Street where he
was to meet a Mrs. Markham. It might be noted at this point:
the proximity of the Smith Street address where the meeting was to occur and Markham Square
A coincidence that, was Sir Peter aware of, apparently cause no suspicion.
Recalling the meeting, Sir Peter wrote:
It is difficult to describe him with any accuracy; the room was poorly lit by two standard lamps and for the most part he sat in a deep chair by the
side of a not very generous fire.
We talked for hours about traveling in space and time. I don't know what or who he was. He didn't say he was a visitor from another planet but I had
that impression. I believe he was here to observe us. I never saw him again. I have no qualms about the reaction to my experience with Mr. Janus. I
don't care what people think - it was what happened.
Although this may have been the case, one aspect that Sir Peter did not fail to realize was that it appeared he was able to communicate telepathically
with the being.
The portion of the meeting that was to potentially have most far-reaching consequences was this apparent extraterrestrial’s request that he be
allowed to meet with HRH the Duke of Edinburgh, a request which Sir Peter declined for ‘security reasons’
Reproductions of a newspaper pieces on the subject which include interviews with Sir Peter and appeared in
The Mail on Sunday Aug 10th 1997
The Sunday Times on Sunday 2nd November 1998 by Hugh McManners and Walter
From the latter;
Horsley remembers the encounter with total recall and noted it down
in a report to his superiors. What they made of his tale is not known.
I find it of particular interest that someone who would have had such a ‘meeting’ would not only not be considered unstable but would go on to
rise to the lofty rank of Deputy Commander-In-Chief of Strike Command who should have been responsible, in the event of war, for Britain’s nuclear