Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Djinn, ETs, "Star Wars," and Mysterious Deaths
My latest 2-part article at Mysterious Universe is, as the title above demonstrates, a very strange and sinister one. In fact, just about anything and everything to do with the Djinn is strange and sinister.
Part-1 starts as follows...
"On June 3 of this year, I wrote an article here at Mysterious Universe titled “The Mystery of the Marconi Deaths.” It began as follows: “To many, it might sound like the ultimate plot-line of the equally ultimate conspiracy-thriller: dozens of scientists and technicians – all working on highly-classified programs, and all linked to one, particular company – dead under highly controversial and unusual circumstances.
"It’s a controversy that ran from the early 1980s to 1991 and remains unresolved to this very day. And it all revolves around the top secret work of a company called Marconi Electronic Systems, but which, today, exists as a part of BAE Systems Electronics Limited. Its work includes the development of futuristic weaponry and spy-satellite technology."
And here's the link to Part-1.
Part-2 begins like this...
"Part-1 of this article introduced you to a varied body of people, places, and projects. We’re talking about mysterious deaths, U.S. President Ronald Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative ('Star Wars,' as it became known), and the sinister and sometimes dangerous Djinn. They were issues that deeply concerned the late Gordon Creighton. For a long time, he was the editor of Flying Saucer Review magazine. Back in May 1989, I interviewed Creighton on these same issues. Specifically because he had briefly made his thoughts known on how all these things were allegedly inter-linked. It was quite an interview, to say the least.
"According to Creighton, two things were going on. First, he was of the opinion that many of the 'Marconi scientists' deaths were indeed due to suicide. However, he qualified this by adding that he felt the unfortunate individuals were driven to commit suicide via what, in simplistic fashion, has popularly become known as 'Mind-Control.' Creighton was open-minded on who the guilty parties may have been, but he suggested maybe the Russians – who would, of course, have had both a deep desire and a pressing need to derail “Star Wars.” But, he said, the Russians weren’t the only guilty parties."
Here's where you can find part-2.