There's a lot of photos here, so allow time to let them all load up
Well I'm attempting to recover from my trip to the MUFON Symposium this last weekend as I feel physically drained but mentally re-energized, (I know,
doesn't make much sense to me either). Wanted to share just a few shots with you prior to my making a public thread (probably in the ATS MIX
I showed up on Thursday for the Field Investigators Symposium (not available to the general public), after being stuck in traffic for about four hours
from two accidents. So it didn't matter that I had left at (5) five am to beat the traffic, but fortunately I only ended up missing the opening
As I'm running in the Hotel, I finally found a huge graphic poster detailing where to go for the "Investigators Training". I found out later that
one of ATS's very own members by the name of ZeroGhost created this great graphic. Thats him and his "significant other" below the graphic. They
wanted me to be sure to say "hello" to all you members...
The room was filled with about 200 investigators that received their revised and updated new "field and reporting binder". There was definitely
electricity in the air as this Symposium featured not only necessary information but some great guests (that even impressed me).
We got to hear from the likes of Chuck Modlin who not only is a part of the UFO Crash Recovery team, but also once worked with various different
"Alphabet Agencies" with a Top Secret Clearance. He also was head of a number of secret projects involving lasers near S-4, and lastly being
employed at Lawrence Livermore Labs. Chuck's extensive background includes radiation, radar systems, navigational aids, missile systems, telemetry,
lasers, electronic sensing devices, video monitoring and many other technologies. His discourse was on how to treat an area where a landing or crash
may have happened, what to worry about to not contaminate an area, and how to protect yourself from radiation (hazmat suits, respirators, etc.) (Below
shot is of MUFON California Director my buddy Ruben Uriarte with MUFON's James Carrion to the right introducing Chuck Modlin to the podium).
This is Chuck Modlin, talk about a wealth of information, and the stories he shared after his part of the Symposium were mind-boggling. Even
'skeptics' would've had their eyebrows tweaked upwards and jaws dropping with what he shared privately to me. Simply put, he's a man that has been
privy to some very classified events/scenarios, not to mention that he has been involved with a number of... (shhhhh.. I can't say anymore..
There were many guest speakers including Brad Sparks who spoke about the collecting and verifying of Aviation Pilot reports, and Leslie Kean who
writes for the New York Times, Boston Globe and many other established newspapers on the UFO Phenomena. But two other guests in particular really had
caught my attention and ear and I awaited to hear what they had to say. One was Marc D' Antonio who besides doing CGI work for the Alphabet
agencies, film and television companies, also is a field investigator. Why am I impressed by him? He is one of the few with visual aids able to show
how easy it is to hoax the public (and us researchers too) with incredible CGI that looks very lifelike. As an example he whipped up in less than an
hour a CGI Drone that looked very familiar to the current series of "Drone's". He showed how to be able to be suspect of what you were seeing and
what those tell-tell signs were/are. I learned more in that hour than I've learned in the past five years about CGI. And yes, he thinks/claims all of
the drones are CGI, including the close-up shots of the ones that are sitting on a table and showed us all how he came to those conclusions. (The key
is not just in the shadows, but also the "radiosity" texturing).
Now I've thoroughly enjoyed myself so far, but the last guest was the best for me as he was the featured headliner for us. And I'm speaking about
Budd Hopkins. The "abduction" experiences he shared were mind-blowing and he also was a very kind man that entertained questions and queries for
several hours after the Symposium was over. What a wonderful way to conclude the day!
Now of course what I'm sharing is solely a brief summary of what we experienced during our Field Investigators training and I can't wait to listen
to everything again and again since I recorded each speaker.
And that pretty much concluded Thursday. I had to rush back that night as I had a dentist appointment on Friday. But I returned on Saturday where
again I was blown away by a list of impressive guests.
By the way, I ran into Jordan Maxwell and Dr. Roger Lier that wanted to know where Mark Allin (Springer) and Dave Rabbit were? After my explaining the
reason for their absence we all shared a moment of silence in their honor
One of the funny things that happened on Saturday was that I was informed that George Noory's flight was delayed and would I be willing to go up and
kill some time on stage until he showed up. Well I'm always up to a challenge and so went on stage to get the proper mic levels and to get properly
stage-lit. Thats Robert Michell standing next to me that handles all the Audio-Video productions for these large events and also travels world-round
to capture and document phenomena.
Now what I didn't know was that this was all a big put-on by my buddies. Here is my pal in charge of security, Jim Demanche, getting ready to escort
me out of the building (no handcuffs were involved). Everyone had a good laugh, as apparently I turned several shades of pale-white with the prospects
of having to speak to a group of George Noory fans...!
But of course the joke was on me as George Noory was backstage and waiting to get introduced by his producer. But he did grant me a photo with him.
Here's my buddy Rob Michell (who by the way was with "Team ATS in Roswell" with Springer and Crakeur). Rob does a great job with the production-end
and all the behind-the-scenes work that makes these events a pleasure to attend. And he is as funny as hell too...
But very quickly.. Let me point out that the Symposium took up 3 huge rooms for the speakers to lecture in. The shot below is just one-fourth of the
large venue of people listening to the speakers.
I will say this, that out of all the video footage I saw there and many were very impressive, the footage from Fresno California presented by Victor
Camacho (if the name sounds familiar, he's one of our UFO Sightings reporter on the ATS MIX for all of the latin and Spanish reports) was by far the
one that everyone in the audience went WOW
on. It was approximately a minute long of some four foot tall skinny (almost tubular) sized creature
slip through the wrought-iron gate and proceed to walk in the direction of the overhead Infrared security camera. As it approaches it passes by a tree
and has almost a side to side stepping sequence to it. It cast a shadow all the time and as it kept getting closer, you begin to see a head, then big
dark eyes and what also appears to maybe be wings that were draped behind it (this is my personal conjecture on the wings part). I swear this thing
looked just like a large "preying mantis" but walking upright with it's front arms tucked up close to the chest (and again four feet tall). It had
been under scrutiny and analysis and determined that it was not CGI. It was wild looking!!!!
By the way.. I just have to include this as I'm fascinated with anything "anti-gravity" related. This is one of those "lifters" actually hovering
by use of a Ka-Zillion watts of electricity being introduced (ok.. maybe a slight stretch there on the amount of electricity :lol
continued in the next post