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The K-Files


Welcome to this latest edition of The K-Files. I chose to take a break last week to spend some quality time with loved ones, but now its time to get back to the nitty-gritty of amateur paranormal investigation.

This week's Special Report follows Dr. Steven Greer's claim that SETI has discovered multiple alien signals coming in from deep space. Reported by Art Bell on his first night back to Coast to Coast AM in a while, its a story that certainly has the potential to change the world as we know it. Could it be that SETI is keeping us in the dark about extraterrestrial transmissions? And what does SETI astronomer Seth Shostak have to say about this?

You'd better get ready, 'cause here come The K-Files...

:: Special Report ::

Like most of you probably reading this, I tuned into Art Bell's big re-return this past Saturday. Although I didn't pay a whole lot of attention during the first hour, Art mentioned a rather intriguing news bit. The story sounded so important that it immediately caught my attention as something to investigate further.

For those those didn't listen to Art over the weekend, I'm talking about a claim by recurring Coast to Coast guest and all-around good guy, Dr. Steven Greer, that SETI has discovered not one, but multiple alien signals coming from deep space. A leading Ufologist and founder of the Disclosure Project, I hold Greer's credibility in high regard. Therefore when someone like Greer risks his reputation by making such a claim, I think its worthy of our attention.

Following a link provided on the Coast to Coast AM homepage, I traveled to the advertisement-laden web page where Art first got word of the story. You can check out the article posted by the webmaster 'Hybrid' here: http://www.alienvideo.net/seti-makes-contact.php

Included with the article is a video clip of Greer discussing this latest SETI controversy at an exopolitics conference.

According to Greer, people high-up on the SETI food chain leaked the story to the Disclosure Project. The informants are apparently being kept a secret for the time being, as there is hope they can be convinced to come forward on their own. For the full story, check out the above link.

If this turns out to be the real-deal, there are some interesting times ahead to be sure. But for the time being, I think this is another good example of the schism that has formed between SETI and several top Ufologists.  As was made clearly evident by SETI poster boy Seth Shostak in both his debate with Stanton Friedman and his appearance on the infamous "Seeing is Believing" Primetime Special on ABC, the group has different ideas when it comes to alien life. Its not to say that SETI is undermining the study of Ufology, but its stories like this that make me question the group's goal--considering, according to Greer, they've decided to keep this momentous announcement a secret.

*Khyron's note: As has happened in the past, mere seconds before posting this latest K-Files, George Noory gave an update on the story. According to Noory, who was in contact with the above mentioned Seth Shostak, the story is utterly false. Shostak assured Noory that if SETI was in fact receiving alien signals, they would release that information to the world.

Now, I've said some less than positive things about Shostak in the past (mainly by calling him a clown), but I'm inclined to believe him on this one. Nothing against Greer or his sources, but unless SETI has been totally overrun by the men in black, I see no reason an institution like SETI would sit on a story like this when its release would surely bring in more than a few sources of funding.

I suspect we'll be hearing more about this in the coming days. Hopefully we can hear from Greer first-hand on Coast to Coast.  Rest assured, if SETI does indeed make the announcement, you can count on it being covered here in The K-Files.

:: Dead End ::


Well, that's all for this week. I trust you enjoyed your trip into this shadowy nether-realm known only as the K-Files.

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Keep your eyes peeled for the next  K-Files, arriving sometime next week. Later.

~Khyron, 2006.


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