posted on May, 18 2019 @ 02:39 PM
Very sad news indeed.
I loved listening to Stan’s lectures and many radio shows, and I will miss him. He didn’t “shilly shally” on matters about his position or
stance and I felt he was spot on with much of what he said and researched, particularly on aspects like Project Blue Book Special Report 14, MJ-12
(and his research into Donald Menzel), us being a primitive society whose major activity is tribal warfare, and that technological progress comes from
doing things differently in an unpredictable way. Loved the way he would call out some stories or counter-intelligence as “baloney” or
Stan would also often repeat mantras and anecdotes, but I do feel they were at times important and worthy of repetition, even as a means of getting
these points to sink in better with some listeners (myself included; am not the best of listeners at times!).
To his great credit, I have used some of his sayings with the hope of enlightening others with regard to the opening of minds on this subject, and
that of visitation, or at least opening-up others up to the possibility of such. After all, someday in the future we may ourselves unlock the
technological means of deep space travel, and be “visitors” to another civilisation . . . that could snowball pretty quickly if we unlocked the
right tools and given our resourcefulness and adaptability.