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Originally posted by watchitburn
It seams unlikely that aliens would choose to communicate with humans over a TV broadcast in only one country. And only relatively small portion of that country at that.
And no one hears about it until 35 years later? Well, I've never heard about it anyway.
It also doesn't stand to reason that aliens would speak about the "age of Aquarius"
Just my two cents
Originally posted by Mister_Bit
Apparently this is true, or at least it was broadcast...
Now whether it was actually aliens or not is another story.
Originally posted by TheBlackDog
Well it did happen although I'm not so sure it was aliens.
One of the threads on it here...
Originally posted by Xquizit
Look at that.... It even has an english accent
Ashtar appeared on the scene in 1952 to George Van Tassel who was influential in bringing the flying saucer and 'space brothers' phenomena to public awareness.
Ashtar also communicated with scientist Trevor James Constable.
He appeared to a minister's wife in her living room, is "picked up" via electronic equipment or is simply heard telepathically in people's minds.
Dozens of people have reported contacts from Ashtar.
Originally posted by angelchemuel
Was Ashtar actually 'doing the rounds' in the 'new age' community back in 1977?
When did Ashtar make his first 'appearance', anybody know?
Exclamation The origins of Ashtar and the Galactic Federation of Lies
The main objective of Project Avalon is to uncover the truth by removing the veil of lies put in place by TPTB as well as false prophets who have their own agenda. The Ashtar, SaluSa and other messengers of the Galactic Federation of Light (GFL) have hooked otherwise intelligent and awake individuals with their messages of "Love and Light" and promises of "we will be there very soon"
The followers of these messages say it isn't the messenger but the message that is important. I agree.
Based on the Messages it is fairly obvious that this has become akin to a religious cult. With an endless supply of promises of assistance and "mass decloakings" that goes back well over a decade (closer to two now) it has become quite apparent that the GFL has a agenda which is by no means benevolent.
So lets look at the history a bit to try and discern how and why these disembodied messages are suckering a generation of good people into complacency and a belief that their problems will be wiped away by friendly aliens when they finally choose to arrive.
The first recorded message from Ashtar was to UFO contactee George Van Tassel, on 18 July 1952. Van Tassel, who had a brilliant career during WWII in aviation as a landing field maintenance worker, had found the remains of a crashed starship while sweeping up. He recovered what he thought was an alien radio set,
In 1952 he transcribed the message he heard as (in part):
Quote Hail to you beings of Shan, I great you in love and peace, my identity is Ashtar, commandant quadra sector, patrol station Schare, all projections, all waves. Greetings, through The Council of the Seven Lights, you have been brought here inspired with the inner light to help your fellow man. You are mortals and other mortals can only understand that which their fellow man can understand. The purpose of this organization is, in a sense, to save mankind from himself. Some years ago your time, your nuclear physicists penetrated the "Book of Knowledge"; they discovered how to explode the atom.
On Saturday, November 26, 1977 at 5:10 p.m. in the United Kingdom, a mysterious voice who called himself "Vrillon of the Ashtar Galactic Command" performed an illegal broadcast on live television during the height of an evening news program.
The transmission lasted for over five minutes. This weird electronic voice - accompanied by a strange pulsating sound, echoes, and eerie distortions - overrode the normal audio broadcast signal in order to recite a lengthy statement warning viewers of an impending global disaster should humanity continue on its present course. (The hijack did not effect the video portion of the news broadcast and the illegal voice transmission was superimposed over the existing audio).
Near the end of what authorities have termed as a "rogue transmission," parts of cartoon dialog can be heard, including the “Looney Tunes” theme song, the sound of an explosion, strange chatter, and other noises.
The illegal broadcast was investigated by UK authorities who were unable to determine the source of the signal or who might have sent it. It is assumed that the broadcast was a hoax perpetrated by someone who sent a signal powerful enough to override the station's VHF transmitters, but in the past 30 years, no one has ever claimed responsibility for the hijack. (
Hail to you beings of Shan, I great you in love and peace, my identity is Ashtar, commandant quadra sector, patrol station Schare, all projections, all waves.