UFO Conjecture(s)

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Nick Redfern makes a deal with the Devil?

Nick Redfern flirts with the forces of Evil (or someone does).

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  • Has anyone looked into Imbrogno's account of his Saudi visit? Are there other examples of US ex-military personnel being heads of royal security in Islamic nations? Does the CIA have a history of telling UFO researchers about covert multi-national groups they are involved in? One of the Djinn caves he explored is described as being big enough to fit ‘the Great Pyramid inside.’ That would make it the largest known cave on Earth and extraordinary in both its scale and apparent absence from the archaeological/geological literature.

    I'm curious about Imbrogno's claims that, as a teacher, one of the fathers of a student ran a background check on him…he was ‘in Naval Intelligence… a retired Naval admiral.’ Would Phil still retain security clearances decades after leaving the military?

    According to the account, this AFOSI guy mistook the extant security clearances of Imbrogno as evidence that he was associated with the covert multi-international force tasked with capturing Djinn in Saudi Arabia. He then went on to explain to Phil how the US Intel services had the ability to ‘open up these portals’ that lead to the world of the Djinn. This ‘Stargate Project’ is apparently identical, according to the account, to the TV series Stargate in the sense that we can travel off- world and to other dimensions.

    To put it mildly, this sounds unlikely. Imbrogno thankfully allays the doubts by affirming that the Stargate TV show is actually a cointelpro exercise in plausible deniability. It’s apparently a documentary-style show to prevent people from suspecting US/Saudi/Japanese secret services are actively engaged in travelling to other worlds to capture Djinn technology. Those sneaky bastards are ‘hiding the truth in plain sight’ again.

    By Blogger Kandinsky, at Wednesday, March 30, 2011  

  • K:

    Admittedly, I don't know the answer to that, as it's literally only been about 48-hours since I finished the book, and that was my first exposure to the story.

    Maybe publicizing the story might hopefully provoke deep debate and digging to answer these questions.

    Personally, I'm going to see what else I can find on all this.

    By Blogger Nick Redfern, at Wednesday, March 30, 2011  

  • We did an extended interview with Imbrogno this week and it's live now. He goes into detail about his Middle east research into the Djinn, and details the book as well paratopia.net

    By Blogger JR, at Wednesday, March 30, 2011  

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