posted on Mar, 30 2011 @ 03:33 PM
I recently contacted Dr. Boylan seeking an informational exchange of ideas and theories, just a friendly intellectual discussion but was instead
bombarded with a chain like reply message labeling me a member of the Cabal and denouncing the prospect of any type of intellectual debate.
Needless to say I was highly disappointed in a "Doctor's" inability to open up for intellectual debate. I also recently read an article about a
meeting that was conducted to discuss the alien topic.
You can read for yourself and judge for yourself the way that the man carries himself in public.
As for his credibility, I'd say he's full of himself, a desperate psychiatrist whose lost his license due to scandals and is seeking a way to fill
the void left in his bank account by exploiting people and convincing them they have been contacted by extraterrestrials. If there is such an
organization as the star nations, then why wouldn't they show themselves. Boylan would argue that they have vowed not to interfere on Earth, but
also maintains the stance that they created us as a hybrid planet, thus contradicting their whole, leave the Earth alone idea.
He also seems adamantly against the Cabal/Illuminati/NWO and quite paranoid to accuse me right of the bat of being a member in such an organization.
Now I'm not trying to attack the man for his beliefs or theories about ETs and spirituality, as I myself have done a bit of seeking for spiritual
enlightenment and have arrived at a number of unusual, hard to support, arguments about the fundamental mechanics dictating the universes composition.
I've done quite a bit of ranting and understand that sometimes its hard to open one's mind to the possibility of alternative scenarios or
arguments, and can forgive Boylan for his blatant attacks and accusations against me.
But the attacks make me think there's more to Boylan than just being in contact with some type of universal Space UN, and even if that is the case,
do we really want to be part of an Inter-Galactic UN. Look at the UN today and how it drags nations into foreign wars, could you imagine dragging our
entire planet into some Space Nation's war against a revolutionary faction off in the fringes of space?
Which is why I maintain that his Star Child organization is merely a cult like way of extracting money from gullible people to fill the void in his
former "Doctor" sized bank account, and if you don't think shrinks make a lot of money, then maybe you should go see one for a bit and see how much
it costs you.
The difference between a spiritual seeker of truth like myself and Boylan is that I seek no profit, I do not impose my beliefs upon others, I offer
historically based religious and mythological evidence to support my arguments, and I mos of all do not try to convince people that they are special
members of society and ought to donate to my organization for more understanding.
I have no organization and I seek no profit from the sharing of philosophical and cosmic ideas, my compensation is further enlightenment, better
understanding and a keener grasp on the alternative ideas and theories which most likely have some of the answers but not all. For Dr. Boylan the
compensation is in donations, the agenda is to instill his beliefs in you to convince you that you belong to the Star people, and that to understand
more you should get your friends and family to donate to him and his organization money for further "research." Based on his track record, that
donation money probably goes into throwing naked hot tub parties, but whose to know, there's always a slim chance he is correct and he has mustered
quite a following of "Star Children."
Overall, based on my research and interactions with the man, he is a total fraud, playing off of others theoretical arguments and masking them as his
own, offering gullible people a false reality to ease spiritual doubt in an age where religious zeal is losing its morale.
On a side note, the whole reason I ended up learning about this so called Doctor, was because I was researching any old prophecies relating to the
civil unrest in the mid east and tsunami in Japan, as I myself predicted the rise of civil unrest and the increase of natural disasters when I was 13
(in 1999, and mind you I was 13 and knew nothing of Nostradamus or other prophetic predictions other than some stuff from Revelations that I had
learned growing up in a Lutheran church) and writing a short story which took place in the future. My story took place in the year 2994 but the earth
was a very medieval-like and scarcely populated world. The story was based off of dreams I had and being a young teenager about to enter high school
and captivated by the anime genre, I needed something to keep me occupied over summer break.
Unfortunately, in the prologue for my story I sort of claimed that terrorist attacks on the US would spark a war followed by civil violence and
increased natural disasters which would culminate in economic collapse and eventually a global civil war to over turn the powers at be. After all I
needed a way to explain how the world had reverted to monarchies and castles and horses by the year 2994 and what better way to do that than to
destroy everything already here. Back in 1999 I could have never imagined the possibility that maybe in 2994 we really will be living like peasants
with feudal lords and mounted knights.
But it happened, just look at each year since 2001 and you see the trend (9/11, dc sniper and other increased social unrest, space shuttle Colombia,
tsunami in Indian Ocean, Hurricane Katrina, The Earthquakes in the Caribbean and South America, Swine Flu, Bird Flu, the economic collapse, and now
the revolutions in the Mediterranean and "Wisconsin," and the Tsunami in Japan)
Needless to say the past decade hasn't been to kind for me, although I may be remembered as a prophet assuming I ever finish and publish my books, if
they keep coming true there won't be any book publishers left!
Anyway sorry for ranting a bit and I hope this helps settle the debate about Boylan credibility.
Oh and Google this if you get a chance, pretty eerie: "The Vision of David Wilkerson" -1974