Thursday, December 07, 2006

Interplanetary Exchange Students and the Race Car Drivers who Love Them....

Observing the weird is like watching a car race. The kind where the cars drive in a circle at tremendous speeds, jockeying for position now and then. The kind of race that gets boring--circle after circle of cars speeding by. The kind of race where you wish there would be a wreck, just to make it interesting.

I've got a feeling there's a loose wheel in this race:

Cruising around, reading the latest on UFO's a few days ago, I ran across this page on something called Project Serpo. It's a site which "is intended to facilitate the gradual release of confidential documents pertaining to a top secret exchange program of twelve US military personnel to Serpo, a planet of Zeta Reticuli, between the years 1965-78". It involves some strange claims made by an anonymous source who claimed to have worked for the Defense Intelligence Agency. These claims were first presented on a private message board about UFO's.

Basically, what is claimed (and later by more than one source), is that there was an exchange of ambassadors between our planet, and the planet where the beings from the supposed Roswell crash come from.

I read some board entries from the anonymous source in 2005. One of his claims involves the (fairly well-known) story that there were two crashes as Roswell. He gives detailed information about the crashes, and alien beings that survived the crashes. These aliens were said to have contacted their planet, and were rescued. This is when the alien exchange program began. True or not, it's rather interesting.

It's believed that three human men went to another planet as part of this exchange program. One of them died on the alien world, one went crazy, and one came back fine. That's the story. At first it was said that there were twelve individuals, but a second source came back to confirm most of the story, but add that there were only the three "bird colonels" who went.

Here's a video interview with the Project Serpo site developer, Bill Ryan. He can tell you in his own words the whole story as he knows it.

When this story first hit, there was a lot of buzz about it. (That I completely missed) There's a great discussion board blow-by-blow at the Above Top Secret Forums. There are, of course, sites dedicated to disproving the story. Here's one: The Truth About Serpo.

High speed car wreck? Certainly seems inevitable.

It'll get the race fans on their feet.

Mind you, this isn't news to the diehard fans. They've been watching this leg of the race for a couple years. Sometimes I'm slow to get back to the circles of cars in the race of weird. Sometimes I'm stuck in the pits with one of the racers, and sometimes I'm actually out there racin'.

I missed the beginning of this heat in the race to uncover the truth about the strange things we see in the sky, and the involvement of our government with the drivers in other races. I'm glad I finally tuned-in to this one.

What do you think?


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