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Where are YOU on this map ?


Posted on Friday, 21 June, 2013 | 86 comments
Columnist: Steve Pearse


Last September 19th, 2011 marked the 50th anniversary of the Betty and Barney Hill case, one of the world's best known and documented cases of alien abduction ever recorded in the history of Ufology. On a lonely road in the White mountains of New Hampshire, they became the victim to the perfect crime of a horrific abduction by the occupants of an unknown flying object late at night. The Hills' story is a richly detailed CEIII-5 abduction case with a highly unusual epic tale of being stopped by a group of humanoids on a side gravel road and taken aboard their landed spacecraft for medical examination. It soon became the most thoroughly investigated UFO case study ever, and their story got worldwide attention.

Within a week after they arrived back home, both Betty and Barney Hill started having nightmares, flashbacks to the missing two hours of time that they could not account for. They were taken back by the scary thoughts and images that they were experiencing, and the anxiety they were feeling was absolutely overwhelming. Barney was becoming very troubled with everything, and he later confided with his personal doctor, who then referred Barney to another doctor in the same building Dr. Duncan Stevens. After treating Barney Hill for about six months, Dr. Stevens decided that the couple really needed to see a specialist in the field of psychotherapy who used hypnosis. Doctor Stevens then referred them to Dr. Benjamin Simon in Boston, Massachusetts, and their first consultation took place on a Saturday morning on December 14th, 1963.

One of the more memorable events that took place while they were on board the alien spacecraft was Betty Hill's impromptu question to the leader being as she asks him: Where do you come from? She was very curious about their origins and wanted to know where his home port was, so she asked him where he was from; and then in response, he asked her if she knew anything about the universe. She advised him that she knew practically nothing. The leader being in the room with her then walked across the room and opened up a cabinet in the side and pulled out a map from the opening in the wall, he put it up and then he asked her if she had ever seen a map like this before? Betty then walked across the room and looked up to view the star map that she said was a three dimensional holographic image of the heavens. Betty says she leaned against the table that was in front of her. Under hypnosis Betty described the star map as being oblong. The star map that she was looking at had dots scattered all over it, some were little, some just pin-points, and two others were as big as a nickel. She went into further detail as she then said that she saw curved lines going from one dot to another. When Betty asked him to explain what the lines indicated, he told her that the broken lines were expeditions to other worlds. As she looked at the star map she wondered where he was from, and then out of curiosity she asked him where he was from, but he never volunteered the answer. Instead he turned the question around and asked her: "Where are you on this map?"



Betty Hill's star map

Betty chuckled and told him that she didn't know; and then he replied, "If you don't know where you are, there wouldn't be any point in my telling you where I am from." He never volunteered any specific information as to where their home world was at. John Fuller would later write the book: The Interrupted Journey documenting the Betty and Barney Hill story.



Betty and Barney Hill

In the fall of 1966 an elementary school teacher named Marjorie E. Fish from Ohio entered the picture. At the MUFON UFO Symposium in 1974 she opened up and gave some background information on how her Zeta Reticuli Interpretation started. The following is her lead off statement:

"I became interested in UFO's after reading Jacques Vallee's Anatomy of a Phenomenon late in 1966. Previously, Interrupted Journey had been read in the Post, but I didn't take it seriously, as I did not know about the many worldwide humanoid encounters. Once my interest was aroused, I remembered the star map (supposedly shown to Betty Hill by a UFOnaut). Here was something that could be checked. Either it represented a real set of stars which might be found and tell us something about the UFOnaut, or it might be remembered too poorly to help, or was totally fictitious. Even if a similar set of stars were found, it might be coincidental. But, unlike most UFO reports, the possibilities could be examined and the data re-checked."

Marjorie Fish started working on her star map project, constructing model after model in hope of making a breakthrough. In December 1968 Marjorie Fish had completed her final three-dimensional model of the nearer surroundings of our sun. This was the 26th model that now used Zeta Reticuli as their base-star start point. In 1969, the new addition of the "Catalogue of Nearby Stars" by W. Gliese was printed, and she used this catalog to finalize her theory. The Wilhelm Gliese catalog that she used was at Ohio State University (OSU) and she had to hand copy all of her data by hand from this book, since she was not allowed to check the catalog out of the library.

With this new data some of the star positions could be corrected. After a long period of trial and error, and the repeated construction of the star map, her model configuration finally seemed to fit the pattern of the stars that were in Betty's map. In August, 1969 Betty Hill met with Marjorie Fish in her home in Portsmouth, N.H. for the first time, to talk to her about her Zeta Reticuli Interpretation. She met Stanton Friedman in 1971. The first publication about the "Star Map" was an article of Stanton T. Friedman in the July 1973 issue of SAGA, and he also discussed Ms. Fish's work in his July 1973 MUFON paper. Marjorie Fish's MUFON paper was presented in July 1974.

In 1974 Stanton Friedman also sent a copy of the article that he had co-written to his friend astronomy writer Terence Dickinson who was now the Editor of Astronomy Magazine, Friedman suggested that he do an article about Fish's interpretation of the Betty Hill star map, and he agreed. The article was published in December, 1974 which soon erupted into a heated firestorm over her controversial theory. A scathing rebuttal written by Carl Sagan and Steven Soter immediately attacked by responding back to Astronomy Magazine. Sagan publicly stated that he couldn't believe the Betty and Barney Hill story and said that the "The Zeta Reticuli Incident" article was very provocative. The UFO community welcomed her theory with open arms, while at the same-time; the scientific community soundly rejected Fish's ZR Interpretation.

For years I believed that Marjorie Fish's Zeta Reticuli Interpretation of Betty Hill's star map could be right, and that they might really come from Zeta Reticuli as she claimed. I had never really examined her work, and I had no reason to doubt her work. I was vaguely aware of her Zeta Reticuli theory, I knew that it was very controversial; and now my opinion on her theory was about to dramatically change. Out of the blue better information suddenly presented itself, and once I had the time to thoroughly investigate the new information; and then compare it to her version of the star map, it became very obvious that her Zeta Reticuli Interpretation was wrong.

Twelve years ago (December/2000) I was surfing the Internet doing research relating to the UFO Phenomenon and accidentally found some startling new information. It was a highly unique one on one conversation about where the "Greys" come from, and I had to wonder if this very unusual anecdotal story was real and not just a made up story. My thoughts were that if it was real, it could be a major discovery that would change everything, and it might even potentially hasten disclosure one day.

If there was a word that could best describe the turn of events that have taken place, then that word would be serendipity. Serendipity is the effect by which one accidentally discovers something fortunate, especially while looking for something else entirely. According to M.K. Stoskopf, "It should be recognized that serendipitous discoveries are of significant value in the advancement of science and often present the foundation for important intellectual leaps of understanding." This amazing clue was found on Kay Wilson's web site: (www. alienjigsaw.com) while searching for other UFO information, and is the personal experience of Erik Wilson, Kay's husband. These two cases are 32 years apart and the common denominator is that they both had the courage to ask them where they came from. The conversation was so specific that the Being ends up telling him to look at a well known feature in the constellation Ursa Major in the Northern Hemisphere, the Big Dipper. Then as the conversation continues on, the Being also mentions that there is a triangle involved. My mind flashed immediately, as I recalled that there was a triangle in Betty Hill's star map too.

This hot new information from a relatively unknown CEIII-5 case boldly challenges Marjorie Fish's Zeta Reticuli contentious theory about where the "Greys" come from. It all starts with knowledgeable first hand source of information (A Grey giving directions!) which soundly beats her theory by the sheer fact that it was voluntarily given to an inquisitive lifelong chosen/experiencer who also asked: Where do you come from?

On their web site this is what at read:

In July of 1993, my husband Erik had an amazing alien encounter while we were living in Portland, Oregon. I was very careful to write down exactly what my husband said because an alien being specifically told him where he - or they –were from. Erik remembered his experience immediately - no hypnosis was used. Erik's conversation with a Grey is as follows: "We go on the deck. I ask him, 'Are you from the Pleiades?' The Being adamantly replies, 'No.' I ask him where he is from. We look in the sky to see the Big Dipper. He says, 'See the Ursa Major?' I reply "Yes". The Being then tells me, 'The star cluster to the right and below. The one with the triangle to the left and the little stars in between...we're from that one. "The fourth planet from our sun." This is where things start to get interesting as the being unwittingly gave sufficient clues that could be instrumental in deciphering the secrets of the star map and finding their home star.

I logged onto John Walker's virtual telescope ‘Your Sky' and looked at the Big Dipper, and when I panned down, I discovered a nearly perfect isosceles triangle that perfectly matched what Betty Hill had drawn so many years ago. Months later I got a copy of Norton's Star Atlas 19th edition to help confirm the identity of the three stars. Empirical evidence is established by observation, and I was looking right at this Hubble telescope image of the heavens. I had to ask myself, who is the better authority to tell us where they come from, and without question Erik's conversation has to trump Marjorie Fish's Zeta Reticuli Interpretation. It all boils down to conjecture vs. actual knowledge.

The information given to Erik unlocks the door to Betty Hill's star map as the alien being directs Erik's attention to the Big Dipper. Discovered quite by accident, it contains vital clues that were then used to find what we now believe to be their true origins. This newly discovered CE-5 case gave highly specific information in an unprecedented revelation in an amazing one on one conversation about where they come from. I was shocked and amazed to think that this might allow us the opportunity to figure out where they really come from.

In this astounding conversation about where they come from, the key reference made during this startling conversation is his saying that there is a triangle on the left. Two separate cases three decades apart have asked the same question: Where do you come from?, and now the information given to each of them individually clicks and opens that secret door. It's an extraordinary match to the famous triangle in Betty Hill's star map, thus allowing us to formally connect these two cases together. Seeing that the triangle was nearly a perfect isosceles triangle and an uncanny match to the triangle in Betty Hill's star map, it now allowed me to later conclude that Betty Hill's star map was actually Earth based and was in fact fairly accurate with minor corrections. This time they are essentially giving us critical new information on how to find their home world, which makes all the difference in the world. In both of these cases the conversation is about the location of their home star, the information meshes, and now these two cases are connected together like a puzzle piece showing us the way home. The most shocking aspect was the discovery of the true location of Sol within the star map.

I knew that the Betty Hill star map had a triangle on the left too. Seeing it for the very first time, I thought to myself that this had to be the same triangle in Betty Hill's star map. If this was real, then there had to be a star directly to the right of the triangle that could theoretically host a habitable planet by current scientific theory. Within several hours that star was identified as 61 Ursa Major, then I knew that I was on the right track. This was the acid test that proved that they're the only ones telling us the truth. It was truly amazing clue that shortly thereafter began an eight year scientific investigation and journey of discovery to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the star map drawn by Betty Hill in 1964 was fairly accurate as drawn. The combination of the star map in Betty and Barney Hill case with Kay and Erik Wilson's CE-5 case is the origin of the name for my new theory. My interpretation of Betty Hill's star map is called the Hill-Wilson star map, and it is the final end result of the massive research project initiated by the amazing clue that was uncovered in the year 2000.

One of the goals of this investigation was to finally build a bridge to the scientific world, in hope that I could help solve the UFO phenomenon by beating the scientific community to the punch of finding a second Earth. The ultimate goal was to find an alien planet capable of hosting a habitable planet with life, and proving once and for all that the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis is the only logical explanation that can adequately explain the UFO phenomenon beyond a reasonable doubt; and finally ending the debate about the validity of visitation to our world by advanced extraterrestrial civilizations with the advanced technology and knowledge to travel through interstellar space. The star map was broken in 2005, but the results had to remain secret, because I needed to start writing a thesis paper on my discovery. I also needed to research and study Marjorie Fish's Zeta Reticuli theory in detail to prove that her interpretation was wrong.

I soon discovered that the selected pattern stars in the Zeta Reticuli Interpretation was outdated, and her claim that they were all Sun like stars was not true. I wrote an article that appeared in the MUFON Journal August 2009 to update the UFO community. The article made the front cover, and it was the lead article. According to Fish's theory all of stars selected were within 55 light-years from the sun in the direction of Zeta Reticuli. In this first article I focused my attention on Fish's triangle because Betty Hill was quoted saying that the triangle appeared quite prominent, and the literature indicated that the Ufonauts from Zeta Reticuli used the triangle to navigate the stars. Fish's triangle has always been a poor substitute in comparison to what Betty Hill had drawn, but as this turned out it was minor issue. I knew that overturning a popular theory was going to be an uphill battle.

Stanton Friedman quotes:

No astronomer on Earth could have known that the triangle of background stars existed in its present geometric design - only UFOnauts coming toward our system from the Constellation Reticulum could have known those three shining stars existed in that position and would have plotted them in on their star map for visual orientation.

Friedman quote: Saga's UFO Report Page 32, Vol. 2, No. 1, Fall 1974

"It wasn't until the updated 1969 Gliese Catalogue of Nearby Stars became available to Marjorie that the last three stars with connecting lines as well as the stars in the triangle could be pinned down and identified in the Constellation Fornax. The triangle stars are identified by the Gliese numbers of 86.1, 95, and 97. With that specific star data, Marjorie had all the proof she needed to confirm that Betty's map could only have been drawn at the time as the result of contact with extraterrestrials!"

The above statement by Friedman saying that that no astronomer on Earth could have known that the triangle of background stars existed is false. Stars have many identifying numbers, and the Gliese Catalogue of Stars uses (Gl) one of the many numbers that are used to identify a star. Gl 86.1 has 19 different identifiers' and Gl 138 (Zet Ret 2) for example has even more at 32 identifiers. What is significant in this case is the Henry Draper number (HD). All three of Fish's triangle stars have HD numbers, as do mine. The Henry Draper Catalogue (HD) is an astronomical star catalog that was published between 1918 and 1924, giving spectroscopic classifications for 225,300 stars. The real triangle is visible from Earth, and the vantage point to view the star map has nothing to do with Zeta Reticuli. No alien or human is ever going to be able see her triangle, because in reality it has never existed.

Since 1974 the advances in astronomy have grown by leaps and bounds, and much of what we thought we knew has turned out to be wrong, and this is certainly the case for the stars used in her theory. The passage of time hasn't helped Marjorie Fish's interpretation of the star map, and the end result is the fact the Fish's star map has simply failed to keep pace with modern day science of astronomy, thus leaving major holes in her star map interpretation. Major discrepancies have come to light in regards to Fish's triangle positions number #13 and #15 which have now been proven to be much farther away, and out of bounds of Fish's working model "Psyche." It was a valiant effort on her part to try to break the secrets of the star map, and I admire her for her efforts; but now we must go forward without her because today's science is tolling a bell on her work. One of the main problems was that stars in the Southern Hemisphere were poorly observed and the observation data was faulty during this era. In the end number #13 and #15 have to be excluded.



Note: Marjorie Fish merges the two large nickel sized stars into one dot

The distance of Gl 86.1 was previously thought to be 42.359 light years in 1969, and now HIPPARCOS has determined that the correct distance is actually 183.651 light years which puts this star far outside the boundary of Fish's model "Psyche." (Fish placed it close to the forefront of the star map.) We still have visibility issues too since the star is a very faint 7.10 Vmag star. It's not in the close position that Fish thought, nor is it a bright and shining star as she proclaimed in her dissertation so many years ago. This is simply science fact. It cannot be seen or be considered to be prominent as Betty Hill was quoted saying.

Another major problem for Fish's Triangle is Kappa Fornacis (Gl97) one of the closest 46 stars list was thought to be 42.359 light years distance in 1969, and today HIPPARCOS has put this stars true distance at 71.49 LY. This also puts its true location outside of the boundary of Fish's model "Psyche" too, and closeness to the front of Fish's 3D model. The last star Gl 95's distance from Earth is 12.68pc (41.3368ly). It is the only star left, and it cannot form anything by itself. This effectively destroys the placement of Fish's Triangle as being part of the star map. Ironically Gl 97 has a better chance of hosting a habitable planet than most of Fish's primary selections. Today the reality is the fact that her ZR theory no longer has a triangle, which simply compounds the problem. The triangle is a key feature of the star map. The importance of the triangle is the fact that it's an integral part of the star map and a critical element. It takes on even more importance because Betty Hill is quoted saying: "These triangle stars appeared quite prominent. It's true that the triangle is not a primary star, and not one of the 6 trade or 6 expedition destinations, but its positional relationship and position within the star map is of great importance. If you look at Betty Hills star map one can clearly see that Positions #10 and # 3 fall between the upper portion of the triangle and the two lower bottom stars. Fish's triangle was based upon current information from 1969 that has been proven to be unreliable and simply wrong. The bottom line is the fact that Fish's Zeta Reticuli theory doesn't have a valid triangle which has always been a key feature of the star map. So the question is can we really continue to believe that they came from Zeta Reticuli? If they really did, one might think that the enigma of UFO phenomenon would have made some progress, unfortunately this is not the case; after nearly 40 years it's clear that the UFO community has to part company and move on.

There is a process of arriving at some degree of probability, and logic dictates that we equate the statement that the triangle stars appear to be quite prominent to their actual naked eye magnitudes as seen on Earth's celestial sphere. Saying that the triangle stars appeared to be quite prominent is a clear inference to the logical conclusion that naked-eye magnitudes of the triangle stars is an important consideration when we look at the star map. The bottom line is that it should be visible according to our standard stellar magnitudes.

The real triangle is below the Big Dipper, and as a courtesy to the readers of the UFO Encounter we are giving everyone the link to see the triangle that I found. When you look at the triangle-you'll understand the magnitude of the shock that I felt when I first gazed upon the real triangle in Betty Hill's star map.

Triangle :Aim point RA: 12h 26m 32s Dec: +35°14'59"

This is the real triangle in Betty Hill's star map

Even though I was confident that I was right, I still had to thoroughly examine Fish's Zeta Reticuli theory to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that she was wrong, and once I started to take a hard look at her work I was really shocked to see how she went about the task of identifying and using the two large nickel sized stars as base-stars and the start point in her Zeta Reticuli Interpretation.

Betty Hill drew the map in 1964 under posthypnotic suggestion given to her by Dr. Benjamin Simon. It was to be drawn only if she could remember it accurately, and she was not to pay attention to what she was drawing -- which puts it in the realm of automatic drawing. This is a way of getting at repressed or forgotten material and can result in unusual accuracy.

A verbatim quote from Betty Hill while under hypnosis:

"I walked across the room and I leaned against the table, and looked at it. And it was a map--it was an oblong map. It wasn't square. It was a lot wider than it was long. And there were all these dots on it. And they were scattered all over it."

She said it was a lot wider than it was long, which means it was elongated and oblong in the shape of a rectangle whose length is greater than its width. The dimensions of Fish's working display model "Psyche" was 3' X 2' X 3', so it kind of appears that it's true size was modified size wise to conform to Fish's Interpretation. The dimensions of three by two feet now seem to be inaccurate. Oblong is just another word for rectangle. I'm certain that they do not use our measurements, so any estimate of size is approximate at best. As far as the true size, a proper revaluation is that the estimated true size of the star map that was shown to Betty could of been up to 2.5' X 4'. Betty said "it was almost like looking out a window." The statement that it was a lot wider than it was long is a clear indication that 3' feet by 2' feet is probably understated. But, I'll still use this figure to explain the next situation.

The two large nickel sized stars are the central feature of the star map, they stand out and you can immediately sense that they were trying to tell Betty something important, and he wanted her to understand. The dimensions of the star map was said to be three feet by two (36'x 24') and using these given dimensions, gives us the estimated spatial distance between the two nickel sized stars as drawn of at least six to eight inches. Marjorie Fish made the same mistake as Betty Hill did by calling them base stars, but Fish took this one step further by altering the spatial distance between them in order to claim that this was start point in her Zeta Reticuli Interpretion. The vantage point to view her ZR Interpretation was said to be from a "slice of space" that has never been identified.

In researching the formulation of her ZR Interpretation I uncovered more disturbing information. At the MUFON UFO Symposium held in Akron, Ohio in 1974, Fish stated that all of the stars in her Zeta Reticuli theory were, and I quote: "all single, non-variable, sun-like stars". This is quite remarkable because the name itself identifies them as double stars, in astronomy double stars are designated as one and two, and it should be no surprise that Zeta Reticuli 1 and 2 are binary stars. It's very clear that she was trying to follow Dr. Kuiper's work that theorized in 1956 that multiple stars do not have planets. This posed a significant problem for her because binary stars were out of favor according to Kuipers theory, and now she had to tell a little white lie by calling them single stars to allow their inclusion. It is also quite obvious that the 1969 Gliese catalog of stars listed them as binary, and NOT single stars. This is the start her controversial Zeta Reticuli theory. The problem arises when blind faith accepts the assumptions and judgment of a novices unsound and not well founded ploy of ligitimizing the alteration of the star map. Giving her theory credence was blinded by the euphoria of the alleged discovery of the home world of the alien being's who had abducted Betty and Barney Hill. Well meaning people got swept up into this project, as she resorted to calling single stars. Fish's rules for inclusion made the statement saying: "Single stars are much more likely to have planets with life, and possibly ONLY single stars have planets. The pattern, like Betty's, is made up only of single stars."



Note:

Position number 10 is supposed to be directly to the right of the triangle, and appearing in the middle of it. Fish positions this below her triangle. The truth is that once you remove the lines from her star map, it shows little resemblance to what Betty Hill drew.

Stanton Friedman calls her an experimentalist. Experiments are the step in the scientific method that arbitrates between competing models or hypotheses. Experimentation is also used to test existing theories or new hypotheses in order to support them or disprove them. It is important that one knows all factors in an experiment. It is also important that the results are as accurate as possible. If an experiment is carefully conducted, the results usually either support or disprove the hypothesis. The two nickel sized stars are the backbone of the star map, and Fish has essentially reduced the spatial distance between them, then her bold transgression merged them into a single unit going off in the wrong direction to Sol. She should have stopped immediately when the angle to Sol was so far off. On Betty Hill's star map, the Hub star is directly to the right of the triangle, in Fish's ZR theory she has relocated them to the bottom on the far right. They are not base stars. The base star concept is based upon her manipulation and alteration of spatial distance between the two nickel sized stars. Nevertheless, it's an interesting move on paper! As a lay scientist Fish had employed some very risky moves, and this is certainly the most questionable. Her teammate Terence Dickinson once said that "Stars cannot be moved around to optimize the desired resemblance." Unfortunately that advice didn't apply to her formulation of the Zeta Reticuli Interpretation. Now it's time to move on....

The star map has two very large nickel sized stars. Star (A) for Alien, and (B) for Betty. Betty has asked the alien, Hey where do you come from? And as a quick retort, he then asks Betty to identify where Sol was at. To make a long story short, she didn't know. She had a 50/50 chance of guessing correctly, but she didn't offer any answer to the challenge. The answer is that Sol our sun is the lower and obviously B. Their star (A) the upper nickel sized star with traffic trade lines going off to multiple worlds is obviously their home star. When you look at the heavy banding between them, it's very clear that this is a major trade route; and Sol is the primary destination. The layout of the star map is very precise, and every position identified interlocks with one another; proving that the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis is for real. The center of the star map is in the constellation Ursa Major. We are in orbit around the lower of the two large nickel sized stars, and we here on Earth see the rest of the star map positions in the Northern Hemisphere. They can't be seen from the Southern Hemisphere. The Hill-Wilson star map is plotted out to their respective Right Ascension and Declination coordinates. The star map that Betty Hill was shown were three dimensional and the heavy banding between the two large nickel sized stars represents the dimension of depth.

In the star map there are six trade and six exploration positions, and it's quite plausible to consider the notion that several of the known alien species, such as the Praying Mantis and Reptilian beings that have been seen and participated in the numerous night time abduction cases with the Greys, might actually come from some of the trade destination stars shown in the star map. This is definitely unexplored territory and a topic of great interest to talk about down the road. The burning questions on everyone's mind on this subject will have to wait.



On Friday May 30th, 2010 legendary planet hunter Geoff Marcy, a leading Astronomer at Berkeley University, and SETI scientist Dan Werthimer program director at Berkeley, conducted a public debate about the existence of technological life in the universe. In this alleged great debate Werthimer postulated that when we finally make contact with an alien civilization, that they will be at least a million years in advance of our own civilization.

Their star is estimated to be 6.5 Billion years old, two billion years older than we are, and the likelihood that they could be much older is a firm possibility. Just how old might be discovered, if we listen to what they are telling us in another anecdotal story:

London, England 1976: A man reported that two short gray skinned beings had appeared in his bedroom one night and they had somehow transported him through the roof and into a hovering object. He was put on a table where a large gray eye like probe apparently examined him. He was also shown a number of images and was told by the aliens: "A thousand of your years are but one day to us."

We know that they're an ancient civilization, so based this revelation I extrapolated an estimate. Doing the math to calculate just how old their civilization might actually be is as follows: (1000 yrs x 365) (one year) = 365,000 yrs x 100 years- human life span) = 36,500,000. So the age of their civilization could theoretically range up to 36 Million years, long enough to figure out how to warp space time and travel faster than light.

Now, let's get to the exciting part by identifying the real location of where the "Greys" home world is at. Based upon the information that the being had given to Erik Wilson I'm now identifying their home world as 20 Leo Minor a 6.5 Billion year old spectral type G3 star 48.6 light years away from us. The Harvard Revised identifier number for this star is HR3951.

Their star is a metal rich star, and it has all of the scientific requirements to host a habitable planet according to Maggie Turnbill, one of the world‘s leading Astrophysicists. In a study that she did in 2003 called the Sun Life List, she selected a group of stars that had all the criteria of host a habitable planet. She screened them so tight that she said that they would "satisfy the harshest critic in their ability to host a habitable planet." Per Erik Wilson's conversation they come from the fourth planet this system. The orbit of their planet would put them at approximately 115 Million miles from their sun. There is a distinct possibility that the third planet might be habitable. It's a fluid situation as new information has came in indicating that the Eta-Earth Survey (October/2011) has found a planet around this star (1.08 mass of Earth), and I'm anxiously waiting to hear the technical information about the orbit of this planet. Finding a second Earth is the Holy Grail in the scientific community, and saying we told you so is on the tip of my tongue...

My book ‘Set Your Phaser to Stun' was released on September 19th, 2011 to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Betty and Barney Hill case. It is currently available on the Kindle reader and published in book form by Xlibris. The UFO books written today tend to tell anecdotal stories; interesting tales that lack critical scientific information that could help establish better support to the UFO community. I have never seen a UFO and was very much aware of the fact that very few writers have provided any solid scientific or technical content in the books that they have written, so for me this was a unique opportunity to build a bridge to the scientific community by writing a very sound rebuttal to the continued insistance that the study of UFO phenomenon has nothing to contribute to society. Their mindset has been stridently negative and we have been in the dark ages for far too long, and its time to open the door to this brave new world. I did what the scientific community has refused to do, and that was to simply listen to their point of view, and be willing to devote my time and energy to intensely researching this new evidence. This anecdotal information, which is so often discredited, was sufficient enough to warrant further investigation.

The information provided in this book is very powerful and scientifically straight forward. This book in my opinion is going to rock the naysayer's because it cannot be ignored or brushed aside by the scientific community. Further information about this shocking revelation is now available. The information in this article is only a fraction of the content of the book. This is a major breakthrough that hopefully will be the catalyst to force disclosure. Welcome to a brave new world.

Article Copyright© Steve Pearse - reproduced with permission.



 
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Reincarnation is a misnomer
Posted 7-29-2014 | 6 comments
Kathleen Meadows on whether or not we are born again when we die.
 
Machu Picchu's ET connection
Posted 7-25-2014 | 2 comments
Were our ancestors visited by 'sky gods' ?
 
The belief effect in psychokinesis
Posted 7-19-2014 | 31 comments
Brendan Murphy explores the mysteries of the mind.
 
New age movement linked to the Mont Order sect ?
Posted 7-14-2014 | 1 comment
Arnold Isen investigates.
 
Don't be a lazy skeptic!
Posted 7-9-2014 | 35 comments
Kathleen Meadows explores the nature of skepticism.
 
The temporal lobe gateway
Posted 7-4-2014 | 1 comment
Dan Green explores the innermost mysteries of the human mind.
 
The Newton you never knew
Posted 6-29-2014 | 0 comments
Brendan Murphy takes a closer look at the celebrated physicist.
 
The world in upheaval 3000 B.C.E
Posted 6-24-2014 | 4 comments
What happened on Earth 5,000 years ago ?
 
Owner of a lonely singularity
Posted 6-19-2014 | 0 comments
A look at technology and the New World Order.
 
Lemuria
Posted 6-14-2014 | 2 comments
William B Stoecker explores legends of lost continents and sunken lands.
 
Are you an unwitting karma yogi ?
Posted 6-9-2014 | 2 comments
Brendan Murphy explores the world of yoga.
 
The transhumanist conspiracy
Posted 6-4-2014 | 9 comments
A look at the work of Bilderberg Group expert Daniel Estulin.
 
The fortune cookie
Posted 5-30-2014 | 0 comments
Kathleen Meadows takes a closer look at the world of synchronicity.
 
False Memory and the Akashic Record
Posted 5-25-2014 | 1 comment
Dan Green explores the nature of dreams and consciousness.
 
Forrestal
Posted 5-20-2014 | 4 comments
William B Stoecker investigates the mysterious death of James Vincent Forrestal.
 
Giant Squids: they're out there!
Posted 5-15-2014 | 5 comments
Edward Crabtree investigates these denizens of the deep.
 
The Oak Island Money Pit
Posted 5-9-2014 | 14 comments
What lies buried within the elaborate depths of the infamous pit ?
 
The Mont Order
Posted 5-2-2014 | 3 comments
Arnold Isen takes a look back over the history of the enigmatic Mont Order.
 
The haunting of the Dolphin Hotel
Posted 4-27-2014 | 6 comments
A look back at several chilling ghost stories.
 
The problem with soul mates
Posted 4-22-2014 | 4 comments
Kathleen Meadows explores the concept of a 'soul mate'.
 
The Dirty Dozen
Posted 4-17-2014 | 6 comments
A look at 12 of the strongest and most convincing documented cases of UFOs.
 
The haunting of the Reina Sofia Museum
Posted 4-12-2014 | 3 comments
What lurks within ?
 
Electronic fog and Malaysian flight 370
Posted 4-7-2014 | 15 comments
Did electronic fog cause the plane to go down ?
 
The screaming skull of Burton Agnes Hall
Posted 4-2-2014 | 2 comments
A look at the legend of the ghost of Anne Griffith.
 
Cracks in the Earth
Posted 3-27-2014 | 0 comments
A look at some of the enigmas surrounding plate boundaries and earthquake faults.
 
Dreaming yourself a shaman
Posted 3-22-2014 | 2 comments
Kathleen Meadows looks at how to record and interpret your dreams.
 
Remote viewing for the Grail
Posted 3-17-2014 | 2 comments
Dan Green conducts a remote viewing experiment.
 
The death ship of the south seas
Posted 3-12-2014 | 6 comments
A look in to the chilling story of the S.S. Ourang Medan.
 

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