On Ancient Astronauts and Project SERPO

My first foray into the esoteric and hence, my fall from traditional Christian grace was Erik Von Daniken’s ‘Chariots of the Gods?’. I can’t remember how I came into possession of it, but it was new when I got it. It called into question many Christian, and other philosophies plus it gave the world a new theory of how ancient man might’ve developed civilization, “Was man influenced by creatures from other worlds?”

And I haven’t turned back yet from studying non-traditional issues concerning history and culture, even though I hold a traditional degree in History.

Von Daniken has been demonized since then for his theories and along with Zecharia Sitchen, they are considered the biggest frauds in the fields of ancient history and even UFOs (I don’t like using the term ‘ufology’).

So when I was scanning the ‘Tubes this a.m. for stuff to comment on, this item caught my eye and brought back some memories:

News released today about a secret U.S. Government project to analyze an allegedly extraterrestrial craft has a unique twist.
This craft did not crash in 1947 in Roswell, New Mexico.According to the anonymous sources, it crashed approximately 150 million years ago during the age of the dinosaurs.

This information has been posted on the SERPO.org Web site, home to other reports about extraterrestrial visitation reportedly provided by current and former officials of the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).

The conduit for the information is Victor Martinez, the moderator of an e-mail “stream” information service that focuses on topics related to anomalous phenomena. Martinez has reportedly worked for several U.S. Government agencies.

In late 2005, Martinez wrote that these DIA sources had reached out to him to reveal information about “Project SERPO,” a later code name for a secret “exchange program” in the 1960s, ‘70s and ‘80s between a small team of American military personnel and extraterrestrial visitors who had established contact with the U.S. Government.

Other information reportedly provided by these sources noted that the U.S. Government maintains records collected by both U.S. officials and a race of extraterrestrials that notes visitation to Earth in ancient times.


Now of course anything that has Project SERPO attached to it is instantly suspect and brings back the possible disinformation about ‘Majestic 12’ and all other sorts of government crap that gets spread on the freshly cut hay-field of alien and UFO research. But this is unique in the archeological aspect that ancient physical evidence was dug up and tucked away in some government warehouse somewhere ala ‘Indiana Jones and The Crystal Skulls/Raiders’ style.

Hammons states in his blog that this could well be disinformation and that he could be guilty of spreading it and so am I for that matter. But like he said, “What may be helpful for our perspectives, however, is considering that if extraterrestrial visitation to Earth is a reality, then it could have been occurring in time frames beyond what we might have previously thought.”

Plus it makes a good sci-fi plot!

Ancient crashed UFO claimed to be from dinosaur age, 150 million years ago.

Hat tip to the Anomalist.

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8 responses

  1. The Highwayman | Reply

    Just for the sake of argument, (notice how I like to distance myself from culpability? LOL!) let’s assume that the Earth is the great age it’s promoted to be. Would an object embedded in rock necessarily have to be the same age as the rock? Another question: why is it that alien research and collection (“abducted” was the word used in the blog post) techniques, given the myriad of alternate evolutionary paradigms one would imagine for different races throughout the cosmos, so closely mirror those of earthly scientists and researchers? Why do we continually create other cultures and races in our own image? You mentioned yourself that this would make a great sci-fi story, and a lot of what we’re being told has been kicking around Hollywood for decades!

    Now, to close off yet another of my heretical discourses, I ask why it is that (like the Global Warming fiasco exposed) those that question the accuracy of radiocarbon dating are kept pushed to the rear… as there are many who claim that C-14 and other methods are inaccurate? I know… I’ve asked that question, before, but I’m still looking for something that will dispute the actual findings of those that have used the process unsatisfactorily, and are not in the elitist’s employ.

    Just like the myriad of different religions (interpretations) there are out there, there seems to be much diversity of thought in science.

    Makes one think about becoming a sheep-herder in Nebraska… or even Quebec!

    (Just to get away from it all.)

    😦

  2. There is much diversity in science, Freeman Dyson himself there’s too much dogma flung about because ‘mainstream’ ( note: media ‘political correctness’ ) scientists want to shut down dissenting opinions, i.e., anthropocentric global warming.

    In order for something to get embedded in rock, the said rock has to be soft, like lava or volcanic ash, or sedimentary layering, so the age of the trapped object is approximate to the rock it’s embedded in.

    Plate tectonics is a proven science, ocean floors can become mountains and mountains can become dirt in river bottoms after millions of years, not layering or the grand canyon being formed in 6000 years after a Noah Flood, sorry.

    And yes, we anthropize possible alien cultures, I think that’s bullshit too. Maybe they are humanoid, maybe not.

    But like Von Daniken and Sitchen say, we could be genetically engineered offspring of alien super-humanoids who play god and mind-games with us.

    But with so much disinformation thrown around after 6000 years, it’s hard to pick the seed out of the cow shit.

    If we can get out of this NWO bullshit and a latter day “Homestead Act” gets funded for people who want to go mine the Asteroid Belt stake out a claim and get rich, I would do it.

    Providing they allow the masses to get rejuvination treatments that is. I’d like to get a little younger first before I tackle being a Belter! 😎

  3. The Highwayman | Reply

    “In order for something to get embedded in rock, the said rock has to be soft, like lava or volcanic ash, or sedimentary layering, so the age of the trapped object is approximate to the rock it’s embedded in.”

    If a pickup truck near Mauna Loa gets embedded in lava, does that make it the same age as the molten rock? Then again; we have to trust our dating methods, right? I don’t. Many scientists don’t, either. Yes, they may be Christian scientists, but many became Christians because conventional science failed to answer their questions.

    Plate tectonics is a proven science, ocean floors can become mountains and mountains can become dirt in river bottoms after millions of years, not layering or the grand canyon being formed in 6000 years after a Noah Flood, sorry.

    Plate tectonics is a process hard to disprove… we have earthquakes and the like, all the time. However, we’re still relying on theory for that, too, as none of us were around to see how fast the continents drifted apart. In a great cataclysm such as the Noachian Flood, those processes could have been greatly accelerated. Likewise, hypercane-driven, mile-high tsunamis, such as those postulated in many flood scenarios, might just be able to dredge out a chasm like the Grand Canyon… sorry! 😉

    Thing is, Marine, we’re still trying to postulate on an ancient environment using TODAY’S natural processes as a guide… it was a vastly different Earth, 6000 years ago! Just like we assume that aliens look, act, and think like we do. It is the worst kind of arrogance to view nature as something that has to be confined to the present paradigm.

    Look at the sizes of animals, today, compared with the dinosaurs… VASTLY different! Yet, try and convince an African native that his elephant is a shrimp next to Brachiosaurus! I know these animals existed, because we have huge bones to testify to that fact. They may not always get them together right, but SOMETHING was pretty fucking big, a long time ago! The Earth went through a cataclysm we’ve never since encountered, and encountered processes it had never experienced before, either!

    More knowledgeable men than me say there is room for doubt about conventional science and it’s methods of measuring and observing. Just because Harvard or MIT or some other elitist-influenced institutions says it’s so, doesn’t make it so with this cowboy!

    And, of course, anything that David Suzuki or Al Gore espouses NATURALLY rouses my suspicions!

    Unrepentant sinner, am I!

    😎

  4. Unrepentant sinner, am I!

    Not as bad as me! LOL!

    You’ll never, ever convince me humans existed with dinos 6000 years ago, ain’t gonna happen, unless we invented a time machine and went back to colonize the Jurassic, which was 65 million years ago, not 6000. And that’s not because Harvard or MIT said so, way too much physical evidence is there, i.e., iridium from a meteorite all over the world at the 65 million year ago layer.

    Hey, if some scientists are looking elsewhere for their answers, that’s fine, science has its dogma too, even though most are loath to admit it.

    Black and white viewpoints are good for obvious things like murder, war, genocide, stealing and for general assholism, but nature and the Universe aren’t supernatural.

  5. The Highwayman | Reply

    “You’ll never, ever convince me humans existed with dinos 6000 years ago…”

    Prepare to be convinced, Marine… not only did man and dino coexist, 6000 years ago, they STILL DO! Every now and then, some weird beast washes up on shore, or ends up in a Japanese fishnet. Science told us they were long extinct… I love it when shit like this screws up the paradigm! LOL!

    Read this about the things that science said couldn’t happen…

    Modern dinosaurs

    Be sure to read the whole page, down to and including the part that mentions the Paluxy River footprints. If you want rebuttals to this, Google is full of them AND supporting links, but compare them all with this article.

    I have no doubt the Jurassic was 65,000,000 years ago, but it was all alone, in that there was no Earth around at that time! 😉

    Black and white viewpoints are a refreshing change in a namby-pamby world… so I’ve been told by a certain admirer! (Ahem!) *Straightening tie*

    I wish we did have a time machine kicking around, Marine, YOU would be buying ME drinks, tonight! 😆

  6. I wish we did have a time machine kicking around, Marine, YOU would be buying ME drinks, tonight!

    I doubt that and yer on tough guy! 😉

    Where’s H.G. Wells when you need him? LOL!

    Yeah, I know how you feel about Wells, but he’d be the only one with a time machine!

    And I may be old, burned out and decrepit, but I ain’t no namby pamby! *spitting on floor, kicking cat, stubbing toe, getting hit upside noggin with a frying pan…*

  7. The Highwayman | Reply

    No, you’re a crusty old jar-headed, flat-topped Marine warhorse, with a mule-assed streak a mile wide!

    O/T… I was just over at ‘Wounded-Heart Central’… they’re really crying the blues over their sweetheart Obama, who’s seemingly flip-flopping on them, now! Big effin’ surprise, eh, Marine?

    I’m LMFAO!… BIG TIME!

  8. Well, didn’t you tell them that Obama is going to do what his elitist masters tell him to do, or else?

    It seems that Mr. Obama didn’t choose the “or else” option!

    Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!

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