Monday, 29 January 2018

Nick Pope is NOT a Shill

...Or so he says. In an unprecedented outburst on the pages of the Express Online, the world's principle media UFO superstar and former official UFO investigator for the British government, Nick Pope, has decried allegations that he is a mole planted in the UFOlogy community to spread disinformation. "I accept there are people out there who think I'm still secretly working for the government, helping to cover all this up, I promise I'm not." he said. He explained how he has actually campaigned for greater UFO transparency, including the latest release of UK ministry of Defence UFO files, see: This has not satisfied many people in conspiratorial UFOlogy and exopolitics who still believe there is far more decisive evidence being held back. I am one of them; however I doubt very much if the Man from the Ministry is directly responsible. Personally, if I had a "saucer in a hangar", to use his catchphrase, Nick Pope, the public face of the UFO phenomenon who is always on television, would be the last person on earth I would tell. Source:

Nick Pope has been nominated more than anybody else as a possible government plant, somebody in the UFO community who is secretly working for the government to suppress information on UFO's and sabotage the efforts of those researching them; a "shill" in the parlance of the Conspirasphere. According to his official bio, Nick Pope joined the MoD in 1985, was appointed head of the UFO desk in 1991 and ran it until 1994. Due to those few years he became a celebrity by being appointed the media's designated spokesman on UFO's; "Britain's Fox Mulder" as the press dubbed him. He retired in 2006 and is now a freelance journalist and author. He sometimes writes for the same journal that I do, Neon Nettle. The accusations go along the lines that Pope did not in fact retire and that his MoD job was just a cover for his real role in a very different UK state institution, one whose name also begins with the letter M. It's a tricky situation because if Nick is in fact a shill he is hardly likely to publish his payslips. If he is not, how can he possibly prove himself innocent to everybody's satisfaction? My advice is to treat Nick Pope as you would anybody else, with caution if you don't trust him and openly if you do. It's important to strike a balance between the extremes of reckless naiveté and "shill fever". I know how it feels to be falsely accused of shillhood and we must avoid that at all costs, see here for details: I personally am wary of Nick Pope for several reasons, the most recent being his perplexing support for the Larry Warren Hate Cult, see: However I have no proof that he is doing this for anything other than personal motives. Pope also made some very peculiar comments during the run-up to the 2012 Olympics, the so-called "Apocalympics", see: If Nick doesn't want to be considered a shill then avoiding these media spots will make him sound more trustworthy. Conversely Nick has also just made a statement in the press that confirms the presence of possible extraterrestrial metal artefacts being found by Bigelow Aerospace as part of the recently declassified US Department of Defence project to investigate UFO's, see: See here for more details: So we are getting very mixed messages from Nick Pope. Is he running with the fox or chasing with the hounds? Should we believe him when he protests his innocence? If he is honest, then could he be a useful ally?

Sunday, 28 January 2018

"Don't Give Up!"

One thing that interests me enormously is synchronicity. Sometimes little things happen to me that make me feel as if the universe itself, or God if you prefer, is trying to tell me something. Often it is a message of hope and optimism at a time when I feel both those things slipping away from me. My last full day in portering is a good example, see: I can think of many other instances. Something like that has happened again today. Last week, after I finished my article on the last voyage of the RMS St Helena, see:, I remembered something from my past that gave me similar feelings that I should have added to the article and I made a note to bring it up in a future post. When I was a child, my family used to spend every summer holiday at my grandparents' home in the Netherlands. They lived in a town called Mook which was on the banks of the river Maas or Meuse. This was a very wide river and a ferryboat linked Mook to the town of Katwijk on the opposite bank (If you don't speak Dutch you will probably pronounce these names wrongly). For me, as a young boy, the ferry was an object of wonder and delight. She was a roll-on-roll-off pontoon ferry with two ramps and gates at each end and a conning tower on one beam. She could hold half a dozen cars with space for foot and cycle passengers at the side. The journey across the river only took about two minutes, but it thrilled me. It was symbolic of the experience of being with my Dutch family. Sometimes we walked, sometimes drove and occasionally rode bicycles. The ferry was called God Met Ons III which means "God is with us, the third". Then, one year, we turned up and the ferry was gone. I was devastated. I was a fairly sentimental boy by nature, but I surprised myself by how upset I was. We soon found out the reason; it was because a new bridge had been built at Haven Cuijk and so the ferry was no longer needed. My father has always been extremely pragmatic; today he is a staunch Remoaner. At the time he tried to pacify me: "I'm afraid that's progress, Ben. You just have to accept it." I recall imagining a story about the ferry crew refusing to give up their vessel. I was very sad for the entire holiday. I remember taking a cycle ride with my dad and brother and being unable to enjoy it because I was grieving for the ferry. For me the right thing to do would be not to build the bridge at all just so that the ferry could stay. That made sense to me. There is a part of me that still honours those priorities. This is why I felt as I did about the RMS.

I always assumed that the ferry had been dragged away for scrap, as the RMS might, but I never heard any more about the matter until this very day. Then, as I was recording Programme 24 of Third Rail Radio, see:, the subject came up where I was doing a segment on the RMS and I decided to Google the name "God Met Ons" just see what I could find. I was astonished to see several photographs of the old Mook-Katwijk ferry, recent pictures too and not from the river crossing. I visited the pages and realized to my joy that the old God Met Ons III is still afloat and in service. She was never scrapped at all! However she is no longer in the Netherlands, she is in Ireland. She crosses the channel between Knightstown and Valentia Island at Dingle Bay in County Kerry, see: Funnily enough I have been to Ireland twice and wanted to go to Dingle Bay, but was thwarted on both occasions. The first time I had to lend my friend money and ran out of funds; the second time I went with a man from a local pub and fell out with him soon after we arrived in Dublin. If I had got there I might have discovered the happy truth earlier. I don't know how God Met Ons III managed to end up on the west coast of Ireland. I'm in touch with the crew in her Facebook group so hopefully they'll fill me in. The faithful old ferry is due to be replaced; she was launched in 1965 so she's had a good innings. I was just really happy to see her again. This uplifted my spirit at just the right time when I needed it. Other things have happened recently that have got me down, see: Maybe this was another message of comfort and support from God, or the universe, or whatever you want to call it. It is telling me: "Don't give up!" I'm reminded of Dr Joe Dispenza in the brilliant film What the Bleep Do We Know!? where he says: "I wake up in the morning and I consciously create my day the way I want it to happen. When I create my day and out of nowhere little things happen that are so unexplainable, I know that they are the process or the result of my creation. I say, 'I'm taking this time to create my day. Show me a sign today that you paid attention to any one of these things that I created, and bring them in a way that I won't expect, so I'm as surprised at my ability to be able to experience these things. And make it so that I have no doubt that it's come from you,'." Source: I had another piece of synchronicity just a few days ago too. I was walking along trying to think of a name and suddenly it was right in front of me as a line of graffiti on a metal rail. It easy for a skeptic to write these events off as coincidence; but, as I explain here, that is a fallacy, see: I believe what happened today was a genuine piece of synchronicity. Whoever you are, thank you. Thank you so much.

Saturday, 27 January 2018

Careless Talk Costs Brexit

During World War II a number of warning posters were put up all over Britain with the slogan "careless talk costs lives". How right they were; more so than they knew at the time. The context is different and it is seventy years later, but it's as true as ever. A few days ago I warned that Nigel Farage's irresponsible slip of the tongue regarding a second Brexit referendum represented a very dangerous chink in the armour of the Leave campaign, see: As I predicted, the Remoaners have rushed towards it like a school of hungry piranhas. The following week, The Daily Telegraph reported that the UK could rejoin the European Union in the future, according to the deputy Prime Minister. Then today the above headline appeared in The Guardian. Here is the online version of the article: According to a poll, the popularity of the idea of a second Brexit referendum has soared. There is now sixteen points, allegedly, between it and those, like me, who think the decision of the original referendum should stand. I don't know how accurate that poll is, and The Guarr-iddian is hardly an unbiased outlet, but the fact that the report was published so soon after Farage's clanger is not coincidental. The fact that The Daily Mail is quoting it too makes it more credible. Like I said long ago, as time passes, memory fades and things said and done get shoved down the Memory Hole; the 2016 referendum is being relegated to no more than an interim opinion poll. If what the deputy Prime Minister said is true, then the pressure of the Remoaners will never cease. Even after the spring of 2019, when the Article 50 process is due to be complete, they will still be trying to crowbar this country back into Europe

How can we possibly resist that? Remember that the Remoaners have one hundred percent of the establishment backing them up. We may simply have to hope we can hold out until the entire edifice of that dictatorial continental empire comes crashing down in whole. There are encouraging signs that this is happening. The EU is suffering numerous economic, social and political problems. More and more people within it are rebelling. Austria recently elected an anti-EU coalition of two parties, the FPO and the OVP (Freedom Party of Austria and the Austrian People's Party) and these have formed a government that has ousted the pro-EU and pro-globalist SPO-Green Party alliance. Similar movements are rising in other EU countries... or "member states", as the EU government insists on calling them. The thing is, the collapse of the EU is inevitable and should be welcomed, but it will still be a traumatic upheaval when it happens and the more nations which can jump ship before it hits the iceberg the easier it will be for them, and for everybody else. You might criticize the title I've used for the post as melodramatic and an exaggeration. Being in the EU is not like facing Adolf Hitler's expansionism in World War II, is it? Yes it is. A nation occupied by an illegal foreign invader... yes, that's what the EU is... rarely endures in that state without any loss of human life. Remember, the European Commission is an unelected tyranny. They can do whatever they like with us; unless we free ourselves from them before they get the chance.

Friday, 26 January 2018

Ben Emlyn-Jones live at New Horizons St Annes 4

I'm pleased to say that I'm going back to Lytham St Annes, one of my favourite places in the world, and not just for Probe in March now. I'm presenting a live lecture at New Horizons St Annes, hopefully followed by a Q&A. The date will be Monday the 5th of February. The venue will be the Community Centre on St Albans Road in Lytham St Annes, FY8-1XD (next door to the YMCA centre) Lancashire, see: The event begins at 7.30PM and costs just £3, including refreshments. My lecture will be entitled: A Peak into Where your TV Licence Fee Goes. Details: "Ben Emlyn-Jones takes a close look at one of the world's biggest media platforms. The BBC claims to be a vehicle to entertain and educate the people, but in reality it is a mind control operation designed to demoralize, confuse and mislead us. The signs are all there, with the recent sexual abuse scandal involving some of its biggest stars, the content of its broadcasts and even in the architecture of its headquarters."
This will be my fourth appearance at New Horizons St Annes, see here for a film of the last time I was there:

Thursday, 25 January 2018

Goodbye RMS

The saddest episode of the St Helena Airport affair (so far) has dawned. I have been covering this subject for several years now, see the background links below, and explained how before the airport was built, the island's only regular link to the outside world was provided by a ship, the RMS St Helena. Named after the island she serves, the RMS was built in Aberdeen in 1989 and entered service in 1990. She is one of only four ships in the world that carries the title "Royal Mail Ship" because one of her roles is to deliver the mail to St Helena. The RMS was a purpose-built vessel which very unusually doubles up as a cargo carrier and passenger liner. She has a vast hold into which virtually all the supplies the people of St Helena ever use are crammed; food, machinery, fuel, medical equipment and drugs, and almost anything else you can think of. Along with this are facilities to carry up to 156 passengers in perfect comfort. There are plush cabins, well-furnished lounges, a restaurant, swimming pool, gym and a sick bay with a fully-qualified doctor always on board. In this way she is similar to a cruise liner and the voyages can last up to a week so such creature comforts are necessary. Up until now the only practical way to reach St Helena was by travelling on the RMS and the ship also was the only way the Saints could leave their homeland and see the rest of the world. The importance of the RMS as St Helena's sole lifeblood was made obvious a few years ago when the ship broke down and her voyage was delayed until she could be repaired. There was widespread fear on the island as supplies ran low. The trip to St Helena from the RMS' passenger terminal in Cape Town, South Africa is five to six days. This is almost a uniquely extreme level of remoteness in the modern world. When she arrives at the island there is no dock and she drops anchor off the coast to transfer her load of people and goods to shore by a smaller boat.

Voyage number 268, the final departure of the RMS, began this afternoon in Cape Town. There have been several "final voyages" before, but the ship had to remain in service afterwards because of delays in the construction of the airport. This did make me happy I must admit. However, the airport is now open and so the stay of execution for the RMS has been lifted. This really is the final voyage. When the ship put to sea it was a grand ceremonial moment. A large crowd gathered to watch, including local dignitaries who presented mementoes to the crew and passengers. A Scottish band played bagpipes and marched back and forth. A fireboat saluted the RMS with its hoses. The ship's whistle sounded multiple times as the vessel eased herself away from the wharf, aided by a tugboat. The passengers threw confetti down from the decks and the well-wishers on the dockside waved banners and flags. Source: I have been following the RMS' progress on, see: On Monday she will arrive at St Helena. From there she will head for Ascension Island on the first of February, arriving on the third. (Her last visit to Tristan da Cunha was on the fourth of January). After an overnight stay she will return to the island that bears her name for the last time. I expect there will be a major celebration and an outpouring of emotion on the sixth of February when she puts in. The Saints will want to pay tribute to their faithful guardian of the seas, but also lament the loss of a central part of their world that they loved so much. It will be symbolic of the changes made by the airport and that awareness may well hit home very suddenly and painfully as a result. I wonder if any of them will rethink some of the points I have made in this series. The RMS' final call at St Helena will last four days; then she will set sail for the last time for the five day journey south to Cape Town where her final mission will terminate. Her future after that is uncertain. The RMS has been listed by the London shipbrokers Eggar Forrester and their subsidiary CW Kellock and Co for sale, see: Will anybody buy her? If not then she will sadly be passed on to breakers for scrap. Then the proud and loyal RMS St Helena will be no more. A film maker has produced a documentary about the RMS called The Last Farewell, see: Another ship, a conventional freighter called MV Helena, will supply the island in the future; but, of course, all passenger access will be by air, landing at St Helena Airport after a few hours flight in a plane seat.
Some HPANWO readers generously suggested a crowdfunding campaign to send me to St Helena where I can report directly from the island I have talked so much about but never visited. I'm grateful for the offer, but in truth I really don't want to go there if I have to fly. I want to travel to St Helena by sea and no amount of crowdfunding could stretch to chartering a seagoing ship for me. Despite all the obvious answers to the question, I can't help asking it: Why? The building of the airport is, of course, "progress!"; the RMS is no longer needed because of that progress. However the very word implies that progress can only be a good thing and it can have no down sides. I am the kind of person who would keep something that contradicted all sound economic sense and practical reason simply because of the qualities the RMS has; beauty, dignity, loyalty, identity, pride, and a sense of adventure in a world that is becoming ever more uniform, prosaic and finite. Can these things really not be balanced with technological advancement? If not then should technological advancement always win by default? Why can't the emotional and ideological ever outweigh cold and ruthless pragmatism? These are the questions I have tried to address in this series. I shall continue to do so because the passing of the RMS does not mean the end of this series. St Helena will have many more changes to enjoy... and endure... in the months and years ahead and I will be covering these as and when they happen. However, for now, this very modern tragedy is all I can think about, and I doubt if I am alone there.

Wednesday, 24 January 2018

Bases Update- January 2018

Miles Johnston of the Bases Project has done a live update featuring myself, see:
We discuss the upcoming Dreaming Saucers conference. Both Miles and I will be speaking there. See here for details: We also review recent media presentations of UFO conspiracy and paranormal subjects. See here for Miles' website:
See here for my previous appearance on the Bases Project:

Sunday, 21 January 2018

Capel Green- Review by Col. Charles Halt

Col. Charles I Halt USAF (ret), former deputy base commander of the Woodbridge-Bentwaters airbase in 1980, and witness to the Rendlesham Forest UFO, has written a de facto review of the upcoming documentary Capel Green; see here for background: It took the form of an open letter to the director Dion Johnson, as reported by Sacha Christie who has come out of her very public retirement from UFOlogy... for the second or third time. There is a massive amount to unpack in her newest screed; most of it concerns matters that I have spoken about before so there is no need to repeat myself; simply study the Larry Warren database I have created in the links below. Col. Halt wrote his letter after Dion wrote to him asking him to comment on Larry's polygraph test. The colonel responded thus:
I hate to tell you but you are being had.  Suggest you read The Halt Perspective before getting egg on your face. For starters Mr Warren has lied about his involvement on the first night (the events unfolded over three nights). He was not present with us at the site the third night. There were no entities or a physical craft on the ground. The event on the first night occurred in the forest. The night I was out with a team what we witnessed was not at the site Mr Warren claims. Mr Warren was separated from the US Air Force as unsuitable/undesirable for the convenience of the government. In other words, kicked out. His testimony has changed through the years as he's learned details from real participants. He's asked several of his former associates to lie to support him (this is documented). Every serious researcher has written him off as a very convincing liar; even his mother made a comment to that effect. Talk to any other serious researcher (I can give you many names), other than Gary Heseltine who is using him and you'll get the truth. Even Peter Robbins who really wrote the book Left at the East Gate will verify the facts. Several years ago Mr Warren claimed to have passed a voice stress analysis. Guess what, I have documented proof he failed.  He may have passed a polygraph session but do your homework there are multiple ways to beat the test. You might ask Mr Robbins about his fraud activity and association with Operation Bullpen. Your case and problem. Do not use my name, memo or tape. By the way, the original whistleblowers were cops named J D Engles and Jim Penniston who told of the events to the authors of Sky Crash. Even though they didn't get the story right they started the ball rolling.
Chuck Halt

Again, a lot of what Col. Halt says here I have addressed before in the database. However he does posit some new positions. He claims that there are multiple ways to beat the polygraph test. It's true there are techniques that people such as intelligence officers and special forces soldiers are taught as part of their general resistance to interrogation training that can possibly slip through a poorly-conducted polygraph test, up to a certain point. However polygraph tests vary in quality and the one Larry took for the production is the best and most modern on offer. This was no backstage job with Jeremy Kyle. (The UFO community has been targeted over false claims about polygraph tests before, see: and: What's more it is extremely unlikely that Larry has ever had the training necessary that Col. Halt refers to. If polygraphs were that easy to beat then they would be evidentially useless and would never be brought in at all. It interests me that, once again, we see a pundit effectively reviewing Capel Green a long time before the film has been released and its full package of evidence tabled. This is a strange back-to-front world we're living in, where people review movies before they've hit the screens. Does this mean that straight after I have seen Capel Green I will walk out into the foyer and see a poster for it and say: "That looks an interesting film; I wonder what it's like."?

Sacha herself makes some additional new errors that I must address. Nobody, least of all Gary Heseltine, is trying to "repackage" the Rendlesham Forest Incident. This is similar to what Nick Pope suggested and I can assure you it is false. I would ask Col. Halt, Nick Pope and everybody else not to comment further on the content of Capel Green until they have watched it. Sacha also says something else at the end of her article that is most interesting: "No, we can't believe the police won't do anything about it either, but they say it isn't a direct threat and it wasn't sent to me. They use the lack of police action as some kind of proof of his innocence." This is the first time she has quoted the police response to her complaint. She has been saying for a long time that this was a direct threat against her. It was Gary, myself and other researchers who stated that Larry's declaration that if his family were in the audience and under threat by a general individual then he would jump off the stage and "put their windpipe through their spine!" was not a threat; it was a statement of intent to employ the lawful use of force. This means the police told Sacha the same thing we have all along, and now she has admitted it. Why is the lack of police action not proof of innocence? If it were otherwise would that not defeat the entire purpose of the police? Threats of violence against a specific person are a very serious matter and the police would be compelled to act under the law if Larry were not innocent. Like Peter Robbins, Sacha is wasting her time trying to resurrect this old chestnut yet again. Source:
See here for my complete detailed assessment of the Larry Warren controversy:

Saturday, 20 January 2018

Was the Hawaiian Missile Alert Real?

A week ago there was a very frightening event on the islands of Hawaii. At the time I thought that it might be some kind of psychological operation to find out how people responded to the threat of a missile attack. I still consider this the most likely possibility, see here for details: Now more information has come to light that presents a different hypothesis: the missile attack was real. There are several websites claiming that a ballistic missile was launched at Hawaii, at that time, from a submarine belonging to the Deep State or Illuminati; or a rogue faction of the Chinese navy. Possibly the Deep State used China as a proxy. There is also a theory that an Israeli submarine carried out the attack; however Israel's submarines can only launch cruise missiles, not ballistic missiles. Cruise missiles fly like drones close to the surface and have a limited range; ballistic missiles are rockets that soar several hundred thousand feet up, right up into space, and can hit targets thousands of miles away. China does have submarines with this capability. There are no reliable sources for this information; however the Australian exopolitician Dr Michael E Salla takes the possibility seriously. Salla lives on Hawaii and so knows that there is no way that the text alert sent by the Hawaiian Emergency Management Agency could be posted by accident. If that eventuality is therefore ruled out, what does it leave? Another possibility is that this was an attempted false flag attack carried out either by a Deep State vessel or a proxy; the US, Chinese, British or another navy with ballistic missile submarines. It is well known that the CIA has its own private military. It has been running spy-plane operations from Area 51 since the mid 1950's. Perhaps that is just the tip of the iceberg; if it has its own air force, why not its own navy? In 1987 a US Senator, for Hawaii ironically, Daniel Inouye, made that very suggestion and called it the "Dark Fleet", see: It is interesting that just three days after the Hawaii mistaken missile alert there was another one in Japan with an almost identical scenario, see: There was also a strange incident in Michigan USA where something that was reported as a "meteor" descended vertically down onto the land. It flared up very brightly, then went dark, see:

If this is a false flag attack then it is obviously meant to implicate North Korea. The inevitable result would be nuclear retaliation by the United States that would devastate Kim Jong Un's little country; but why now? Salla thinks it is to do with President Trump's recent move to rein in the corruption that is a source of organization and funding for the Deep State, as well as a contact point for its control of overt political structures. This could well include money from illegal drug cartels, as I've said before. Hopefully this represents a "counter-counter Trumpening", see: It does give us cause for optimism because if Trump and the Deep State are still at war it means they have not succeeded in hooking him in completely or permanently... although obviously I am not celebrating the prospect of nuclear missiles flying about the place. This brings up another question: Why have none of these false flag nuclear assaults worked? The missiles must have either malfunctioned or been shot down. Officially there is no "Star Wars" programme up and running capable of that; however there may be a covert one connected to the secret space programme. This is good because it means whoever is involved with the secret space programme, part of it anyway, is siding with the Trump administration over the Deep State. This is another reason why perhaps Steve Bassett was too hasty to dismiss Trump as the Disclosure President, see: Alternatively the saboteurs might be extraterrestrials. Salla notes a UFO sighting from a boat near Hawaii at the same time as the missile alert. Whether it was UFO's or humans involved in the secret space programme, all I can say is... Thank you guys! Sources: and: This is also very likely because UFO's have shown a distinct interest in human nuclear weapon capability many times. What's more they have interfered with them directly, as reported by Capt. Robert Salas, see:

Thursday, 18 January 2018

Gary Heseltine on Reclaiming Perceptions

The UFOlogist Gary Heseltine has been interviewed on the Reclaiming Perceptions show with Jo Lomax, see:
Near the start of the programme Jo and Gary raise the subject of the Larry Warren Hate Cult and the following discussion is one of the best analyses of this unfortunately affair that has ever been done. For hosting Gary on her show, Jo was subjected to the same insults and abuse that Gary, myself and others have for opposing the LWHC. I appreciate her very much for refusing to back down to the LWHC's bullying.
See here for my own interview on Reclaiming Perceptions:
See here for Jo's interview on the HPANWO Show:

Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Oya in conversation with Ben Emlyn-Jones 4

I have been interviewed again by the YouTube user "Oya", whose real name is Kathy. In this informal discussion we cover a multitude of subjects, including the upcoming royal wedding, 9/11, free energy, crop circles and much much more. The film is available on Kathy's channel "OYA 1100". The video quality is slightly blurry; apologies for that.

Monday, 15 January 2018

Fake Hawaii Missile Alert

Residents of Hawaii experienced a rude awakening Saturday morning as a round robin text was sent out to all their devices and online warning that the islands were about to suffer an attack by nuclear missile from North Korea. Hawaiians have been worried about the escalating tensions in the Far East seeing as Kim Jong Un has specifically mentioned the United States of America as one of his country's greatest enemies and has stated that he has missiles capable of striking it and would be willing use his full nuclear deterrent on America if he had to. The islands of Hawaii in the middle of the Pacific Ocean are by far the closet part of the United States to North Korea and would probably be hit first, as has happened in previous wars in the region. The people of Hawaii took the threat completely seriously. They hastened to whatever shelter they could. In hotels and public buildings people headed for the basements. Some people in the open streets forced their children down manholes. Along with the alarm was sadness. People called loved ones essentially to say goodbye. One woman had a tearful telephone conversation with her mother, a ninety-five year old lady who had survived the 1941 Pearl Harbour attack. She was too old to lower herself to the floor for protection. After this period of pandemonium it was revealed that the whole alert had been a "terrible mistake". The services sent out a second Tweet apologizing profusely and reassuring Hawaiians that there was no real missile threat. The state governor David Ige reported that a worker at the Hawaii emergency management services "pushed the wrong button" during a shift change. Source: You can just imagine it, can't you? "Morning Nigel. 'Ere, I've been meaning to ask you, what does this button do?" "A hell of a lot! Don't press it, Dave, whatever you do!" "Are you sure, Nigel?" "Yes, Dave. Now I'm off home. You have the shop!" "Righto. See ya, Nigel... Hmm... Maybe I'd better just press it to make sure..."
I don't think so. I strongly suspect this was done on purpose to gauge people's reactions. There were several incidents during the Cold War when I believe the same thing was done. This was, of course, an extremely cruel thing to do. It was also very dangerous; people could have been injured or killed in the panic. In this scenario some people might even commit suicide. This kind of psychological experiment does not only apply to nuclear attack; it has been played on people for other reasons as well; for example, alien invasion. In October 1938 a radio adaptation of HG Wells' War of the Worlds was broadcast. This is a story about a global invasion by hostile extraterrestrials. The style of the play was what today is called a "docudrama"; it was made to seem real. It does sound very real to me, see: Unfortunately a number of people thought it was real and they panicked. Some people jumped into their cars and fled for the hills. Others looted shops and rioted in the street. A number of people were injured by violence and car accidents. The blame was placed on the director Orson Welles. However I wonder if the purpose of the play was to see how the population would react if faced with the real eventuality of armed and dangerous UFO's. If the play was not produced for that purpose you can still bet psychological think tanks, such as the Tavistock Institute, would take a distinct interest in the response by the public. No doubt the authorities will play this heartless trick on us again as and when they think they need to.

Sunday, 14 January 2018

New Probe Website

The official website of the March Probe conference is now available, see: It is a simple, but elegant and friendly design. It only has a few pages, but all the necessary information is there. As you can see, I am the final speaker on Sunday. I am listed as "Ben Efflyn Jones", but it is me, I promise. And "ex politics" is actually "exopolitics". I feel very happy to be returning to Probe as a speaker and I'm really looking forward to the event. See here for more details:

Saturday, 13 January 2018

UFO videos by Mouthy Buddha

A YouTuber content creator has made two fascinating short documentaries about the recent surge in UFO-related news stories, see background links below. He has a brilliant username, "Mouthy Buddha". The first video gives a history of the involvement of Tom Delonge. Last year the rock star got together with a number of former government, intelligence and military industrial complex corporate insiders to set up a company called To The Stars that aims to be the medium for ET Disclosure (I missed out on covering this at the time because it coincided with the publication of Roswell Revealed, sorry). Here's an interesting interview with Tom Delonge on the Joe Rogan Experience: Two of the names on Delonge's list of collaborators are particularly interesting. Hal Puthoff, the CIA parapsychologist who tested Uri Geller in 1973 and, I believe, recruited him as a psychic spy. Another is a name regular readers will recognize, Luis Elizondo, the Pentagon official who ran the recently-declassified UFO research project; see background links below. The second video asks some more relevant questions about the UFO information released in December, the US Navy footage and the Pentagon aerial research project.

What Mouthy Buddha really suspects is going on is some kind of psychological operation similar to that perpetrated on Paul Bennewitz. As I've said before, I don't buy the line that the UFO phenomenon itself is a piece of engineered modern mythology designed by the intelligence services to launder their more down-to-earth secret operations. It's a very risky gambit to draw somebody's attention towards something with the ultimate objective of deflecting it away. It could backfire in any number of ways. I think what we are really facing is a very elaborate double-bluff; see here for details: According to Mouthy Buddha, Delonge is being exploited in the same way Bennewitz was. Unlike Pilkington, MB does not see this UFO disinformation as a distraction from non-UFO secrets, but rather fake UFO secrets being used as a smokescreen to protect the real secrets of UFO's. This is very worrying because if we are approaching a period in history when willing Disclosure is unavoidable, then the government might fall back to a fake Disclosure situation. This is something I myself have suspected. Bryce Zabel said at Exopolitics Leeds that if it turned out that the aliens were evil then we might have to forgive the government for the century of secrets they've kept from us and unite to save the planet. In that case might not somebody get the idea of telling us the aliens are evil even if they're not, in order to wriggle of that particular hook? That is just one example of possible deception waiting in the wings. The recent news stories Mouthy Buddha talks about makes him believe we are currently upstream of some further information being released; I agree. The question is, what will the objective of that revelation be? And can we trust the authorities not to control the revelation in a manner that deceives us for their benefit? I would say no.

Friday, 12 January 2018

Farage Loses his Mind

I know that is a very dramatic title by my standards, but I think in this case it is justified. Nigel Farage has just made the last statement on earth that I ever thought he would. He was interviewed on Channel 5's The Wright Stuff yesterday in which he said he was beginning to think that we should have a second referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union. His reasoning is that it would be the only way to silence the anti-Brexit agitators once and for all. He feels confident that even more people would vote Leave the second time round than did in the first vote. How can any sane person make such a reckless suggestion; let alone the figurehead and godfather of the British independence movement? What on earth can he be thinking? Is this the same man who said the morning of June 24th 2016 "Today the sun has risen on an independent Britain."? You can see the astonishment and incredulity in the manner of the presenter. Source: A second referendum is exactly what all the hard-line remoaner traitors have been calling for since June 2016; the David Lammies and Caroline Lucases of this world. Farage eloquently and successfully repelled them at every turn; is he now saying he's going to give them what they want? No, Nigel! You have to keep on resisting them! A second referendum would jeopardize the entire Brexit process, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in which the people gained a crucial advantage against the entire New World Order establishment. Since 2016 those forces have regrouped and are counter-striking. They will be a far greater threat during any potential second referendum than they were during the first. The methods they used to bully the electorate through propaganda will be far more effective. The inevitable poll-rigging will be far more widespread. Far from being a guaranteed second goal for Brexit; there is much greater risk that the decision would fall back to Remain. The good news is that Theresa May has responded to Farage with a clear and resounding "no!", but I don't trust her to stick by her word; and any ground given to the remoaners is too much ground by far. It is incredibly irresponsible to pander to their whims even in a casual remark on a television show. He really should know better. You can bet they will milk Nigel's blunder for every drop they can get, see: Farage has issued another article qualifying his position, see:, however his original statement, "I'm reaching the point of thinking that we should have a second referendum on EU membership" is unfortunately unequivocal.

A second reason Nigel is wrong is that even if the second referendum resulted in another Leave victory it simply wouldn't work. It would not make the remoaners shut up and get on with it. They would simply come up with another excuse about how the second referendum was not valid either and demand a third referendum. As an EU official said many years ago about Denmark's rejection of the Maastricht Treaty: "Member states will simply have to keep on having referendums until we get the result we want." As I explain in the background links, when Ireland rejected the EU Constitution in a referendum they were told they had to have another referendum on something called the "Lisbon Treaty" which was, word for word, the same thing under another name. There is no way Nigel Farage can possibly be so naive as not to realize that this is the very same trap being laid out for Britain... Why in God's name did you suggest it, Nigel!? A second Brexit referendum would also delegitimize the first one; and indeed all ones. All the historical and legal punch the referendum has earned would be weakened. It would be essentially stating that even a properly formatted referendum, instituted by Parliament, can be regarded as null and void in retrospect even if there is nothing in its rules that says so. It's as absurd as a football match being replayed because the winning team won three-nil. The Brexit referendum was as simple, comprehensive and open-and-shut a case as anything ever done in politics before. Its results are therefore totally decisive and ought to be the final word on the matter. I don't know why Farage said what he did. Maybe it was only a bout of temporary insanity. Either way, he has plummeted in my estimation of him; and I doubt if I am alone there. I once said that I thought Farage retired prematurely; now I'm beginning to think he should have quit a long time ago.

Thursday, 11 January 2018

Dreaming Saucers- Tickets on Sale

Tickets for the upcoming Dreaming Saucers conference can now be purchased in advance. Saturday and Sunday single-day tickets are both £20 each and all-weekend tickets are £30. Simply email me at and I'll give you instructions on how to buy them. Tickets will be available on the door unless the event sells out and I'll make a warning announcement beforehand if that becomes likely.
More information to follow soon.

Dreaming Saucers will take place on the 12th and 13th of May. Doors open 10 AM both days. The venue is: The White House (not a joke!), 38 Abingdon Road, Oxford, OX1-4PD. There is a car park at the venue, but if it's full you can always drop your vehicle at Redbridge Park and Ride a mile down the road. From there you can walk or catch the number 300 bus to the venue. The venue is also less than a mile from Oxford railway station and Oxford coach station.

Sandra Daroy
Ben Emlyn-Jones
Neil Geddes Ward
Deborah Hatswell
Nik Hayes
Miles Johnston
Ellis Taylor
Tony Topping

A screening of Sandra Daroy's film Awakening of 12 Strands. (See here for background:
Live free Truth tour of Oxford by Ben Emlyn-Jones.

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

How do we Get Back to the Moon?

2018 is an important anniversary. Most people think Apollo 11 represents man's first adventure to the moon, but it is not. It is the first time astronauts landed on the moon, but there were two manned missions to the moon before that which did not involve landings, Apollo 8 and Apollo 10. The first was Apollo 8 and it took place over the Christmas period of 1968, fifty years ago. This half-century chalk-mark should give us an opportunity to look back and reassess NASA's lunar missions and ask the questions about them that I have been asking for many years, see the background links below. I reported just before Christmas that President Trump had announced America's intention once again to put human footsteps on the moon, and that his speech totally lacked the conviction and lustre of John F Kennedy's 1961 proclamation: "We choose to go to the moon in this decade...!" etc, see: Now a new article has been published in The Washington Post revealing that NASA are not entirely sure how to return to the moon anyway. Despite being under less political pressure and enjoying 21st century technology, the agency seems to lack confidence that this objective can be achieved. The director Robert Lightfoot said: "We have no idea yet." NASA are considering asking private companies to help them, or even other countries. Source:

This news story must make some people pause and think, especially those who are old enough to remember the early Space Race. On the 25th of May 1961, six weeks after the Russian Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space, President Kennedy made a speech announcing his intention to place American feet on the moon before the end of the decade; and they made it, with just five months to spare. It is incredible that in just over eight years, with the earliest rocket technology, just twelve years after the first ever artificial object left the earth, with space itself being mostly an unknown environment, NASA not only put a man on the moon, they went on to put eleven more within just four years. Only one subsequent Apollo mission went seriously wrong and no astronauts lost their lives. Yet today that same agency is scratching its head, blushing and making excuses when all anybody is asking them to do is repeat the endeavour. Nexus magazine has recently run a fascinating series of articles by the physicist Phil Kouts, for example: Kouts explains how NASA ought to be able to continue manned lunar missions fairly proficiently by building on top of the progress they made in their earliest days. For example, NASA recently wondered how they could construct a spacecraft heat-shield strong enough for re-entry at lunar transit speeds, which would have to be far more robust than the ones used by craft descending from low earth orbit like the Soyuz or Space Shuttle. Why not just use the same ones the Apollo capsules did? They worked well enough didn't they? Even Apollo 13's which had been damaged by an explosion. One explanation is that the Apollo missions were not real manned lunar missions. I am forced to agree that this is by far the most likely one. See the background links below for more information.

Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Stick-Like Figures found on Mars

NASA has reported that the Curiosity probe has discovered some geological features on the planet Mars that are described as "stick-like". As is so often the case these days, they first released the findings onto Twitter. The reason these are interesting is that they closely resemble ancient fossils on earth. A palaeontologist called Dr Barry DiGiorgio from the University of Buckingham says that this new data from Mars closely resembles the trace fossils he has seen from the Ordovician period; this dates from 485 millions years ago to 443 millions years ago. Trace fossils are fossils not of an organism itself but of what it leaves behind, like footprints or cavities left when its body decomposes etc. There is a resemblance I must admit, see: NASA says these could be crystals or minerals deposited when crystals dissolve. Source: I loathe the sensationalist and derogatory language in this article; "alien hunters" etc. This is interesting because it's not the first time phenomena resembling fossils has been found on Mars, see:, (if indeed they are on Mars, see: If you look at the background links below you'll see additional evidence that NASA and other academic institutions are denying and suppressing evidence of life on Mars, even if it is only life that existed in the distant past. Why? For whatever reason, it is very important to the elite that we believe we live on a solitary living planet in a dead universe; an oasis of life in an infinite cosmic desert. This image is false and the fact that it is false is being reinforced with every new discovery.

Monday, 8 January 2018

Capel Green- Official Trailer

On Christmas Eve the teaser trailer for Capel Green was released, see:
On the 28th of December, the thirty-seventh anniversary of Larry Warren's experience, the full official trailer hit the net, see:
What has followed is a situation that is probably unique in the entire history of cinema, a number of film reviews for Capel Green have already been published, despite the fact that the film has not yet been released and so the critics have not seen it. I was under the impression that the necessity to view the movie concerned was one of the obvious fundamentals of cinematic commentary... Not any more! One pundit described the part of the film dealing with Larry's polygraph test as "a fraud" and that the test "was not carried out properly". The polygraph operator was attacked personally by several members and affiliates of the Larry Warren Hate Cult. They managed to find some defamatory material made about her by a business rival and based their judgement of her on that alone. A well-known LWHC hanger-on warned that the film's producers were trying to change the name of the entire Rendlesham Forest Incident to "Capel Green", which is nonsense. Some thought that the film ought to be called "Casper Green" and designed a poster featuring the eponymous friendly ghost from children's cartoon series.

The enemy appear to be digging in for a siege. I remarked a few weeks ago how strange it was that Peter Robbins did not unfriend me until Gary's statement about Larry passing the polygraph was available. This, I suspect, is because that eventuality made him realize that he has made a terrible mistake denouncing Larry and he now needs to isolate himself from anybody who delivers the information exposing his blunder. This is a far easier thing to do than simply approach Larry and publicly apologize. If Peter does the latter then he'll earn my deepest respect. The publication of the news about Capel Green has lost me more friends. This time one of them is somebody who was closer than Peter and whom I valued more; Andrew Burlington, the man known as "Victor Nevada". See here for details of our collaboration: and: I honestly don't know what motivates Andrew to ally himself with the LWHC. He appears to know almost nothing about the Larry Warren situation and whenever I tried to enter into a discussion with him about it he went silent. He has become morbidly fixated on the A10 photo and believes Gary and Larry have perpetrated a hoax using it; although he cannot articulate his reasoning. I explained to him that this is a complete non-issue. Nobody is pretending there is a print with a genuine UFO in it and so there is no hoax. This is ancient history and nobody cares about it anymore except Andrew. Gary never addressed the Sayers-Martens print with any more evidential weight than it deserved at the time. Larry's own print has no UFO in it and Larry is not pretending otherwise; so what is the nature of this alleged hoax? Andrew could not explain, yet he continues doggedly to insist that a hoax is taking place. He became more and more distant from me during the last few months. In the end he unfriended me on Facebook because I had said this in the background link above: "The LWHC have tricked, manipulated and blackmailed the weakest and most indifferent members of our community into becoming their second tier of supporters." He said that this was "insulting" and "uncalled for". I had to be honest and tell him that I thought it was completely called for; I don't care if anybody feels insulted and I do not apologize. Another friendship comes to an end. There will be more I'm sure. As I've said before, when a Truth mob comes to town everybody drops what they're doing and thinks about nothing else, see: I will be very relieved when all this is over. I know my relationships with others are passing through the eye of a needle right now; I just wish I could get it over with in one go!
See here for my complete detailed assessment of the Larry Warren controversy:

Saturday, 6 January 2018

Ben Emlyn-Jones on Enemy Within Radio 29

I have been interviewed again on Enemy Within Radio with Thomas Barnes and Chester. This show is part of the Truth Frequency Radio network, see:
I am featured for the whole programme and subjects discussed include: UFO Disclosure coming soon?, cultural Marxist propaganda in cinema, conflict within the Truth movement and much much more.
See here for my previous appearance on Enemy Within Radio, see:

Friday, 5 January 2018

Ben Emlyn-Jones live at the EAUFO Group

I will be speaking at a meeting of the East Anglia UFO Group on Monday the 19th of February. The venue is the Studlands Park and Social Club, Brickfields Avenue, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8-7RX. The event starts at 7.30 PM and costs £4, payable on the door. My lecture is entitled SETI and UFO's. "SETI- the Search for ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence" is a scientific project to find intelligent life beyond the earth. So is UFOlogy; then why are the two so divided from each other? See here for more information:

Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Ben Emlyn-Jones on the Kev Baker Show 29

I have been interviewed again on the Kev Baker Show (aka MrGlasgowTruther) on Truth Frequency Radio, see here for the podcast:
And here for the illustrated YouTube version:
Subjects discussed include: timeslips, spontaneous human combustion, new Rendlesham Forest documentary and much much more. I was feeling unwell during this show so apologies if I come across less coherent than ususal. See here for my previous appearance on the Kev Baker Show:

Tuesday, 2 January 2018

UFO Truth Magazine- Issue 28

UFO Truth Magazine Issue 28 is now available. It can be purchased on this page as a single copy, but please subscribe and save money if you want to read it regularly, see:
Issue 28 includes an article in my column which is a review of the book The Rendlesham File- Britain's Roswell? by Andrew Pike.

Also you will find in Issue 28: an interview with Nassim Haramein, secret Pentagon UFO study, UFO's in Greenland and much much more.
Also in this HPANWO Show programme I interview the UFO Truth's editor Gary Heseltine:
See here for details on UFO Truth Magazine Issue 27:

Monday, 1 January 2018

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to all HPANWO-readers, HPANWO TV-viewers and HPANWO Radio-listeners. Thank you for all your support in 2017. Lots more to come in 2018!
And here for my HPANWO TV New Year livestream: