I'm thinking it's a hoax.
The folks at godlikeproductions ...err... are eager to believe things. They were longtime supporters of Nancy Lieder's "Planet X is going to hit
the solar system in April 2003" and after that even failed to materialize, continued to buy into her statements that "the brown dwarf Planet X is
now orbiting in front of the sun in synchronous orbit with the Earth" and "every time the Marianis Trench passes in front of the sun, the Earth's
rotation slows down."
I think we've got another "John Titor" fraud.
The original press release comes from PRWeb.com -- and they don't do fact checking. They're just an internet source for press releases. YOU (yes,
you folks reading this) could send out a press release on there saying that you're really a Large Pink Unicorn from Sirius B -- and it would
dutifully go out for whoever finds it.
I particularly liked this:
The revealing of his signature will also prove that Burisch is indeed a Ph.D. level microbiologist -- a title that was erased when he was
inducted into his present covert operation. That erasure was so complete that one could hardly find evidence that Danny B Catselas Burisch ever lived
if it were not for the Internet and private sharing of documents of evidence. Catselas was his father's last name. He had his name legally changed to
Burisch with a recent marriage to a woman by that last name, who is also a principal in the covert operations.
Someone did nominate him for the Nobel Peace Prize...
He also claims to be USMC (retired):
Now... I know that the Marines are recently starting to stomp on these claims by internet fraudsters and UFO hoaxers.
Oh... he's also dead (according to OLD posts in GLP) Reliably dead (according to the post... scroll down...) :
But apparently you can't keep a good man dead...err... down.
You can research his various (nonexistant) service records here:
And he is one of the ones claiming there's an "Inca City" on Mars -- the book was published back in 1998, so the claims he's making about .
I'm not sure what to think of the "protocols": scorpius.spaceports.com...
There was no plan for an experiment or trial (which is the science definition of "protocol") -- and the misuse of the word is odd. I don't have
the time to pick apart the references and do the background reading (my biology degree was too long ago) but I'm rather suspicious.