George Adamski: The Untold Story

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George Adamski: The Untold Story

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They are here among us. Let us be wise enough to learn from those who can teach us much — who will be our friends if we will but let them! In his 1955 book Inside the Space Ships, Adamski claimed that Orthon arranged for him to be taken on a trip to see the Solar System, including the planet Venus, the location where Orthon said the late Mrs. Adamski had been reincarnated. [6] [19] He claimed that in another voyage he met the 1,000-year-old "elder philosopher of the space people", who was called "the Master". Adamski said he and the Master discussed philosophy, religion, and the "Earth's place in the universe". [31] Adamski said he learned that he had been selected by Nordic aliens to bring their message of peace to Earth people, and that other humans throughout history had also served as their messengers, including Jesus Christ. Adamski further claimed that aliens were peacefully living on Earth, and that he had met with them in bars and restaurants in Southern California. [31] In the game Disgaea in the optional " Prinny Commentary Mode" the commentator makes reference to Adamski UFOs.

Remember, at one time the distance between the ‘~ bodies of land on your Earth, which you call continents, was considered great, and much time was required to travel from one to another. Now your aircraft have shortened this distance to a relative fraction of the time required in days past. Yet the distances are the same. And so it will be as you extend your knowledge and learn the laws operating in infinite space. About George Adamski". George Adamski Foundation. Archived from the original on 11 April 2009 . Retrieved 1 May 2007. Others, like J. Allen Hynek, took a somewhat dimmer view, accusing Adamski and others like him, of discrediting the entire field of UFO research.Over the decades, numerous critics and skeptics have investigated Adamski's claims. The aliens Adamski claimed to have met in the 1950s were described by him as "human beings from another world", usually light-skinned, light-haired humanoids that would later be called Nordic aliens. [30] Adamski claimed in his books that these "alien humans" came from Venus, Mars, and other planets in Earth's solar system. However, none of the planets he mentioned are capable of supporting human life, due to their adverse environmental conditions. The first alien Adamski claimed to have met was from Venus, yet the atmospheric pressure on that planet's surface is 92 times greater than that of Earth, and it has clouds which rain a toxic substance thought to be sulfuric acid; the atmosphere consists almost entirely of carbon dioxide, with very little oxygen, and the average surface temperature of Venus is 464°C. In one of his books, Adamski described a trip he took to the far side of the Moon in a flying saucer, where he claimed to have seen cities, trees, and snow-capped mountains; he also claimed that the first photographs of the Moon's far side that were taken by the Soviet lunar probe Luna 3 in 1959, were altered to depict a barren, lifeless surface to hide what he saw. [48] However, all scientific evidence, as well as later lunar trips by American astronauts, clearly showed that the entire surface of the Moon is barren of life and has no atmosphere. This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. ( July 2017) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message) Next I read Inside the Spaceships by Adamski, in which he was taken up in a spaceship, a saucer, onto what is called a mothership... Venusian, and he had long conversations with the Venusian Master who, I think, was the Master of the ship... Today, the American Government has dropped its original attitude of disbelief and admitted that it has over eighteen hundred authentic cases on its files. The British Air Ministry is more cautious, but grudgingly admits that it also has a secret department to deal with or to discourage questions. Since then, winter and summer, day and night, through heat and cold, wind, rains and fog, I have spent every moment possible outdoors, watching the skies,” he wrote.

When the FBI learned of Adamski's claims, three agents were sent to talk to Adamski. He denied having stated that the FBI or USAF intelligence supported his claims (even though his remarks were reported in a local newspaper, the Riverside Enterprise), and he agreed to sign a letter stating that "he understood the implications of making false claims" and that the FBI "did not endorse [the claims] of individuals." The three FBI agents also signed the letter, and a copy was given to Adamski. [38]George Adamski (17 April 1891 – 23 April 1965) was a Polish- American author who became widely known in ufology circles, and to some degree in popular culture, after he displayed numerous photographs in the 1940s and 1950s that he said were of alien spacecraft, claimed to have met with friendly Nordic alien Space Brothers, and claimed to have taken flights with them to the Moon and other planets. [2] I’ve always approached every new thing I do like an art project,” he explains. “I’ve made a living from music since signing my record deal in 1989. I don’t care if I’m rich, because I never expected to make a living from music. When I was very young, we went on holiday to Tenerife and I heard the hotel band coming up through the floor of the bedroom, playing Nights In White Satin. That was the height of glamour for me: ‘Wow, playing in a hotel band!’

The idea is that the citizens of each nation... will grow into closer united friendship with their countrymen, without discrimination or divisions of any kind. In time it is hoped that these national efforts will overflow into worldwide understanding and friendship. It is the purpose of this book to find out just what that something could be the authorities do not wish us to know... The following chapters will present the findings as they came... A word in passing, and a warning. This book is neither intended for, nor humbly dedicated to...anyone... who mistakes figures for facts, nor does it aim to please the followers of what is called Popular Science *Ever since the cliché ‘Flying Saucer’ was coined, the greatest and most exciting mystery of our age has been automatically reduced to the level of a music hall joke. The comics of Vaudeville and the comedians of State and Science banded together, most successfully, to encourage humanity in its oldest and easiest method of escape—to laugh at what it does not understand. The principle of spacecraft becoming visible by lowering the rate of vibration of their atoms, or disappearing from our sight when they return to their original state, is really not very difficult to understand... If a bicycle wheel turns rapidly, you can’t see the spokes... ~ Gerard Aartsen All this has been foretold by men of old...in your written prophecies.... we know the history of your world well. The conception of ‘We are our brother’s keeper’ applies to all mankind everywhere. ‘We are our brother’s keeper’ applies to all mankind everywhere. It is in this role that we come to you and say, ‘Let the Supreme Being of the Universe be the guiding word for your world that your troubles may vanish as darkness before light.’ For this adventure you will have to find new words. You speak of our craft—you call them Saucers—as flying, a term which applies to the operation of your own planes. But we do not ‘fly’ as you mean it. We nullify the atmos­phere by a mechanical procedure. You express it as ‘sus­pending gravity.’ In this way we are not hindered by atmospheric interference or resistance. This is why our craft are able to make the sharp changes in direction of travel and to move at the speeds that have so mystified your airmen and your scientists. Well, say he had? Would it tear his plane to pieces? I am quite willing, for anyone who will pay my expenses, to pilot a fighter plane through a Skyhook balloon any time of the day or night and observe the results, without very much fear of hurting myself. But when has a Skyhook ever cruised along at 250 m.p.h., or risen sharply at 400 m.p.h., with orange flames, etc., etc., into the bargain? At the campground and diner Adamski "often gave lectures on Eastern philosophy and religion, sometimes late into the night" to students, admirers, and tourists. [11] He also built a wooden observatory at the campground to house his six-inch telescope, and visitors and tourists to Palomar Mountain often received the false impression that Adamski was an astronomer connected to the famed Palomar Observatory at the top of the mountain. [12] Adamski would correct this inaccurate impression "only when pressed to do so." [13] Though he was usually referred to as "Professor" Adamski by his admirers and followers and he often implied or claimed to possess A beautiful golden ship in the sunset, but brighter than the sunset . . . It slowly faded out, the way they do.”– Desmond Leslie,Yet, long before Rene Erik Olsen (Denmark), Bastien Bouhaniche (France), and others published the results of their extensive research 🔗, photographic experts investigated Adamski’s photos and concluded that they could only be the real thing. We collect here the verdicts of these experts from the days before digital photography and app filters made fakery generally available. Further evidence of Adamski’s enduring popularity in Japan are two different models Zippo lighters commemorating the 1952 desert encounter. Suddenly, as though a veil was removed from my mind, the feeling of caution left me so completely that I was no longer aware of my friends... By this time we were quite close. He took four steps toward me, bringing us within arm's length of each other."

George Adamski stands in front of a painting by Gay Betts depicting the Venusian space pilot he met in the Mojave Desert, California. It was not until he was nearly forty that Adamski... settled down... in California. This was his first real home and here, through the nineteen thirties, he devoted full time to teaching the universal laws. His students soon numbered into the hundreds, he found himself in demand for lectures throughout Southern California and his talks were broadcast over radio stations KFOX in Long Beach and KMPC in Los Angeles. The Friendship Case: Space Brothers teach lessons of brotherhood – an excerpt by Gerard Aartsen Share International (2011)

HIS LIFE

In 1917 he married Mary Shimbersky. She died in 1954; they had no children. [8] Following his marriage Adamski moved west, doing maintenance work in Yellowstone National Park and working in an Oregon flour mill and a California concrete factory. [6] [8] In the 1920s Adamski became interested in the esoteric occultist religion Theosophy, and a variant called Neo-Theosophy. [9] By 1930 "Adamski was a minor figure on the California occult scene", teaching his personal mixture of Christianity and Eastern religions, which he called "Universal Progressive Christianity" and "Universal Law." [8]



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