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JFK UFO by Kenn Thomas
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Feral House is re-releasing Kenn Thomas's Maury Island UFO book under the new title JFK & UFO: Military-Industrial Conspiracy and Cover-Up from Maury Island to Dallas.

Thomas's is the only book ever written about Fred Lee Crisman, a witness or at least participant in the Maury Island UFO incident in the Year of Destiny, 1947, across Puget Sound from Tacoma, Washington, and someone Jim Garrison believed was a major part of the conspiracy to murder JFK.

This is a thoroughly updated edition by Thomas and includes new information on:

-What Kenneth Arnold came to believe about UFOs.

-Ray Palmer and the original "moon hoax."

-The obsfucated analysis of Maury Island by Ed Ruppelt, author of "The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects."

-The Nazi connection.

-Close-up on Guy Banister, an FBI agent inked to both Maury Island and JFK. Oswald worked for him as part of his "Fair Play For Cuba" cover.

-Fred Crisman as right wing radio talk show host before his time, with material from heretofore unseen newsletter from The Institute for American Democracy.

-From Danger Man to The Invaders: the changing image of the TV spy. (Crisman felt The Invaders was based on his life.)

-Gerald Heard and the missing Maury Island chapter.

Available in coming days, see
http://feralhouse.com/jfk-ufo/
for more info and release date.
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Helen Reyes Wrote:Feral House is re-releasing Kenn Thomas's Maury Island UFO book under the new title JFK & UFO: Military-Industrial Conspiracy and Cover-Up from Maury Island to Dallas.

Thomas's is the only book ever written about Fred Lee Crisman, a witness or at least participant in the Maury Island UFO incident in the Year of Destiny, 1947, across Puget Sound from Tacoma, Washington, and someone Jim Garrison believed was a major part of the conspiracy to murder JFK.

This is a thoroughly updated edition by Thomas and includes new information on:

-What Kenneth Arnold came to believe about UFOs.

-Ray Palmer and the original "moon hoax."

-The obsfucated analysis of Maury Island by Ed Ruppelt, author of "The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects."

-The Nazi connection.

-Close-up on Guy Banister, an FBI agent inked to both Maury Island and JFK. Oswald worked for him as part of his "Fair Play For Cuba" cover.

-Fred Crisman as right wing radio talk show host before his time, with material from heretofore unseen newsletter from The Institute for American Democracy.

-From Danger Man to The Invaders: the changing image of the TV spy. (Crisman felt The Invaders was based on his life.)

-Gerald Heard and the missing Maury Island chapter.

Available in coming days, see
http://feralhouse.com/jfk-ufo/
for more info and release date.

While there were and are UFO's and while the JFK assassination was a false-flag op, there is no connection between the two...and it has been hyped by the heirs to the assassination to discredit the truth of what happened. Sorry, I find any mention of books like this a knowing or naive attack on the truth of Dallas. Crisman may very well have played a minor role in the cover up of both...but NO [real] connection between the two -- other than spooks and cut outs are used for many different ops! I place this along side of the 'driver' shot JFK.....as disinfo.
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Some may be interested in the dedicated DPF Fred Lee Crisman thread.
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Yes, unrelated but it is fascinating that the same people get around in the oddest events and the odds of this are.....?
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#5
Wilderness of mirrors.
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Magda Hassan Wrote:Yes, unrelated but it is fascinating that the same people get around in the oddest events and the odds of this are.....?

Yes most definitely. Generally speaking Magda the UFO crowd don't really have a clue. If someone is say linked to the Kennedy assassination or 9/11 they are all over them like a rash. People like Novel swan around and Lear. Yeah, I agree theres something up with that for sure! For every good researcher there's numerous other kooks dribbling shit! I mean we have some problems down here on earth but god almighty lol.
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See the book Mirage men: an adventure into paranoia, espionage, psychological warfare and UFO's, Mark Pilkington, SkyHorse Publishing (Herman Graf books), New York 2010. (Of interest especially as it dovetails into Marrs' work on NASA et al)

[I have read this library book, took extensive notes, and photocopied key pages.
I will post more when I have it transcribed.]


See also a jpg of Kennedy's executive order on space
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-9QG1VqPRwWI/Tb...68x594.jpg

The Rise of the Fourth Reich, Jim Marrs, HarperCollins, 2008 (personal copy, annotated, on shelf)(not yet completed in its reading)
"Where is the intersection between the world's deep hunger and your deep gladness?"
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Ed Jewett Wrote:See the book Mirage men: an adventure into paranoia, espionage, psychological warfare and UFO's, Mark Pilkington, SkyHorse Publishing (Herman Graf books), New York 2010. (Of interest especially as it dovetails into Marrs' work on NASA et al)

[I have read this library book, took extensive notes, and photocopied key pages.
I will post more when I have it transcribed.]

Please Ed if you could Larry Hancock has told me all about and says its very good.


See also a jpg of Kennedy's executive order on space
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-9QG1VqPRwWI/Tb...68x594.jpg

The Rise of the Fourth Reich, Jim Marrs, HarperCollins, 2008 (personal copy, annotated, on shelf)(not yet completed in its reading)

I really can't believe JM fell for this bogus Timothy S Cooper:fullofit: Cooper under pressure for a source disowned the documents in 2009. Furthermore, that is not Colby's hand writing and why redact an entire document but keep a scrawl with Angleton and Colby's name on it? Colby hated Angleton by the way. I can't believe people are getting of on this garbage myself Ed. And by endorsing it JM's book is henceforth consigned to toilet paper as far as I'm concerned :joystick:
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Helen Reyes Wrote:Feral House is re-releasing Kenn Thomas's Maury Island UFO book under the new title JFK & UFO: Military-Industrial Conspiracy and Cover-Up from Maury Island to Dallas.

Thomas's is the only book ever written about Fred Lee Crisman, a witness or at least participant in the Maury Island UFO incident in the Year of Destiny, 1947, across Puget Sound from Tacoma, Washington, and someone Jim Garrison believed was a major part of the conspiracy to murder JFK.

This is a thoroughly updated edition by Thomas and includes new information on:

-What Kenneth Arnold came to believe about UFOs.

-Ray Palmer and the original "moon hoax."

-The obsfucated analysis of Maury Island by Ed Ruppelt, author of "The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects."

-The Nazi connection.

-Close-up on Guy Banister, an FBI agent inked to both Maury Island and JFK. Oswald worked for him as part of his "Fair Play For Cuba" cover.

-Fred Crisman as right wing radio talk show host before his time, with material from heretofore unseen newsletter from The Institute for American Democracy.

-From Danger Man to The Invaders: the changing image of the TV spy. (Crisman felt The Invaders was based on his life.)

-Gerald Heard and the missing Maury Island chapter.

Available in coming days, see
http://feralhouse.com/jfk-ufo/
for more info and release date.

Sorry Mary but I like Ken he's a nice guy and his Casolaro stuff is good but he's off base and he may as well be Joseph Farrell with the UFO bilge about Bannister out there.
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Seamus Coogan Wrote:
Ed Jewett Wrote:See the book Mirage men: an adventure into paranoia, espionage, psychological warfare and UFO's, Mark Pilkington, SkyHorse Publishing (Herman Graf books), New York 2010. (Of interest especially as it dovetails into Marrs' work on NASA et al)

[I have read this library book, took extensive notes, and photocopied key pages.
I will post more when I have it transcribed.]

Please Ed if you could Larry Hancock has told me all about and says its very good.


See also a jpg of Kennedy's executive order on space
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-9QG1VqPRwWI/Tb...68x594.jpg

The Rise of the Fourth Reich, Jim Marrs, HarperCollins, 2008 (personal copy, annotated, on shelf)(not yet completed in its reading)

I really can't believe JM fell for this bogus Timothy S Cooper:fullofit: Cooper under pressure for a source disowned the documents in 2009. Furthermore, that is not Colby's hand writing and why redact an entire document but keep a scrawl with Angleton and Colby's name on it? Colby hated Angleton by the way. I can't believe people are getting of on this garbage myself Ed. And by endorsing it JM's book is henceforth consigned to toilet paper as far as I'm concerned :joystick:

I pulled the jpg off the Internet because it seemed consistent with some other stuff I've read recently. Frankly, that reading was almost literally three linear feet of a bookshelf which I am going now to go back through with a finer comb and cross-correlate it as part of a larger project I hope to have done sometime before Flag Day,Independence Day, or Labor Day. But I will move the work on the Pilkington book to a higher place on the "to do" list.
"Where is the intersection between the world's deep hunger and your deep gladness?"
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