Thousands of reliable witnesses from all walks of life, doctors UFO/ET phenomenon is concerned, pilots, Generals and politicians, have reported encounters with alien visitation on this planet. They have witnessed, amongst other things, the alien harvesting of sperm and ova, the creation of hybrid babies, the placement of implants in human bodies and bizarre sexual experiments. Yet the whole alien phenomenon remains an enigma, their agenda with us unclear. There are however two authors who have taken a serious look at ancient Gnostic texts excluded from the biblical canon and discovered therein a wealth of information about the subject. These two authors are Nigel Kerner and John Lamb Lash.
Recently I happened in on the writings of John Lamb Lash and was intrigued by his alternative take on Gnostic explanations of the alien phenomenon. Some years ago I read Nigel Kerner’s “Song of the Greys” who also examined these Gnostic references, I was left awestruck by this author’s insight and erudite way of making his point. Here at last was literature amongst what seemed to be a melee written on the subject, a melee of reportage at best and new-age mumbo jumbo at worst. The book gave the only comprehensive and for me believable thesis I have read to date on the questions that arise when anyone takes a serious look at the phenomenon. I read his interview on the www.karmapolis.be website, bought the book and I’m now convinced that this man singularly knows what he is talking about.
In “Song of the Greys” Kerner makes the radical suggestion that Jesus Christ himself warned his apostles and disciples about the alien phenomenon and the dangers it presented for them, he quotes several examples of such warnings from the texts of the Nag Hammadi codex. It is Lash’s postulation, on the other hand, that these insights in the Gnostic texts are part of an ancient pagan knowledge that the Gnostics, whom he claims were a pagan group, were privy to. These insights, says Lash, did not come from Christ, in fact he contends that Christ himself is no more than a confabulation used by the powerful to control unwitting believers who are deluded into believing that he is an actual historical figure whose life is narrated in the Gospels of the New Testament.
I must say that Kerner’s existential perspectives as outlined in his book had great personal meaning for me as for the first time they provided a context in which the seemingly obscure texts of the Nag Hammadi codex in particular could be logically understood. I had always felt intuitively that the reports of Christ’s words in certain of these texts (especially the Gospels of Thomas and Philip and the First and Second Apocalypses of James, had profound and exceptional meaning but they were, to a great extent, inaccessible to my understanding until I read ‘The Song of the Greys’. Kerner presents his understanding of the alien phenomenon within the context of a compelling overall existential thesis that for me has been a Rosetta stone to unravel the mysteries of many Gnostic texts. The mystical Christ that then comes to light is so exquisitely beautiful and so rationally and logically pristine that Lash’s notion of Christ as, in his own words, a ‘grotesque’ concoction, is so incongruous as to be laughable.
Recent research into the Shroud of Turin suggesting its authenticity and exposing huge flaws in the original carbon dating, will, I expect, put the tin lid on the actuality of his existence as the most remarkable individual to live in the last two thousand years. For any open minded, rational sceptics out there. Lash’s hysterical denial of the messianic nature of Jesus Christ is so elaborately contrived as to place him with no more significance than any latter day Israel centred zealot.
Funnily enough last year I managed to get hold of a manuscript of one of Nigel Kerner’s books that was entitled: “The Margins of Forever.” I can’t, as yet, find a book of this title in published form but it seems his latest book “Grey Aliens – Harvesters of Souls” is out in January next year. In the manuscript (dated 2000) he predicted that the Shroud’s carbon-dating results would be revised and that the shroud would be found to be contemporary with the time of the crucifixion. At that time he felt that all the details that had emerged from the cloth suggested with near certainty that it recorded the presence of an individual who stood with capacities well beyond those of an ordinary man and he was unequivocal in his opinion that this extraordinary man was Jesus Christ. As I have said, the latest evidence indeed points to the authenticity of the Shroud and to the extraordinary manner in which the image was recorded on the cloth, a manner that may well prove difficult for Lash to accept.
However, the debate questioning the historical existence of Jesus Christ as an individual is not the subject of this article. The alien phenomenon as I have seen it reported by so many solid witnesses has disturbed me to the core and propelled me towards a vehement search for its whys and wherefores. To think that my children, or indeed any children, could be the helpless victims of alien abduction is a horror that has really hit home. To be honest I’m stunned that there aren’t more people showing serious concern. So if Kerner and Lash are right and there are clues in the Gnostic texts about the alien agenda with us and insights on how to deal with their intrusion on our lives, then these texts should be of primary interest to us all.
There are several areas on which Kerner and Lash agree. They are both the scourge of organised religion. Kerner’s indictment of the Christian Churches , particularly the Roman Catholic Church is powerful and plausible. I believe they each do the world a great service in warning us of the perils of organised belief. They both stress the power of individual behests in finding the truth. But there is no need to throw the baby out with the bath water and sadly that is what Lash seems to want to do. Kerner on the other hand, finds it preferable to hang on to the baby, and points out that the fallibilities of the flock should not indict the shepherd. He conveys to the reader a profound respect for the authors of the various master ethics and a profound disgust for the organised religious faculties that followed them
I must say I find Lash’s dismissal of the Guru ethic flawed and somewhat immature simply because it is incomplete. There is a memorable quote from one of the Nag Hammadi texts in which Jesus is encouraging his disciples to be better than him, to go further than him. This is not the kind of request that a ‘Guru’ seeking iconisation would make neither is it the kind of request that the church would wish to put in the mouth of its ‘confabulated’ Messiah to procure absolute control over its flock. Why is guidance and advice such anathema to Lash? Surely there are instances in which we can learn from each other? Anyway let’s not stray too far from the topic of this article. I would like now to compare Kerner’s and Lash’s interpretation of the Gnostic view of ‘alien intrusion.’
Here is a quote from Lash taken from an article on his website about alien intrusion:
“As far as I know, apart from myself only one writer on the ET/UFO issue has directly identified the Gnostic Archons with contemporary ETs. This is Nigel Kerner, whose book, The Song of the Greys, is a strange, singular and little-known contribution to the debate. Kerner cites the Nag Hammadi texts just in passing, and does not elaborate on Gnostic teachings about the Archons. He makes a strong case for alien interference with the human genome, but this claim does not stand up against Gnostic analysis. Gnostic texts use mythological language to describe actual events in prehistory as well as long-term developments in the human psyche. According to the ancient seers, Archons cannot access our genetic makeup but they can fake an intervention. Considering the confusion of humanity in modern times, a faked intervention would be as good as real. This typifies the Archon tactic of getting us to imagine and believe things that are not true, and to accept simulation for reality. In this way, Gnostics taught, these alien cousins can deviate the human species from its true and proper course of evolution.” http://metahistory.org/AlienIntrusion.php
I have some serious issues to raise here about Lash’s interpretation both of the Gnostic texts and of Nigel Kerner’s thesis. First, it is entirely Lash’s own subjective opinion that all Gnostic texts are ‘mythological’ and not, in some cases literal reports of the actual words spoken by Christ and his disciples. Yes a great deal of Gnostic literature is mythological but there are certain texts that may well, for all we know, be accurate records of actual conversations. Second, I don’t know if the “ancient seers” he is referring to are the Gnostics themselves, but there is no definitive statement in any Gnostic text to say that the Archons cannot “access our genetic makeup”! In fact, with respect, Lash is making a ludicrous statement when he says there is no mention of genetic interception. Two thousand years ago when the texts were written there was no knowledge of genetics so any reference to genetic interception in the Gnostic texts would have been impossible!
On the website for Kerner’s book www.songofthegreys.com, Kerner offers evidence from the recently translated “Gospel of Judas” that may well include the closest reference that could have been made at that time to alien genetic interception when Judas asks Jesus:
“Could it be that my seed is under the control of the rulers?”
I will quote here the short but remarkable article that Kerner has written about this intriguing newly released Gospel. It is entitled “The Gospel Of Judas”: Was Judas An Abductee?” The article starts with a quote from the Gospel recording an event which to all intents and purposes appears to describe Judas’s own alien abduction:
“Lift up your eyes and look at the cloud and the light within it and the stars surrounding it. The star that leads the way is your star. Judas lifted up his eyes and saw the luminous cloud, and he entered it”.
Here is the rest of the article:
“The release in April 2006 of a translation of the recently discovered ‘Gospel of Judas’ that has been tentatively dated to 130-170 C.E., has been the cause of great controversy.
Many have made the claim that this ancient text indicates that Christ actually instructed Judas to betray him and that Judas was in reality a favoured apostle who was simply obeying orders. The line goes that all this had to be done so that Jesus could demonstrate the Resurrection and thus be acclaimed the Son of God. Judas it seems, according to this interpretation, was a mere instrument to help achieve this. Another inference taken from the Gospel is that Judas was a confidante of Christ who was privileged enough to receive private instruction in the ‘mysteries of the kingdom’
However could it in fact be the case that quite the converse is true?
Could “The Gospel of Judas” contain evidence that Judas may have been following an agenda that was not human in origin ?
At one point in the Gospel Judas relates to Jesus a dream of a house surrounded by “great people”. In his dream Judas asks to be let into this house. Jesus replies to Judas:
“Judas, your star has led you astray ”¦”¦”¦No person of mortal birth is worthy to enter the house you have seen, for that place is reserved for the holy. Neither the sun nor the moon will rule there, nor the day, but the holy will abide there always, in the eternal realm with the holy angels. Look, I have explained to you the mysteries of the kingdom  and I have taught you about the error of the stars”.
Jesus thus talks about “the error of the stars” and tells Judas that his “star” has “led” him “astray”. This prompts Judas to ask Jesus: “Master, could it be that my seed is under the control of the rulers?”
Could the “stars” refer to actual locations out in space?
Could “the error of the stars” refer to the “error” of the entities who come from these locations?
Could Judas be asking Christ directly if his own biological line could be alien controlled, “ruled over” by a “host of angels of the stars”: “Master, could it be that my seed is under the control of the rulers?”
Could it be that Jesus is suggesting the dominance of Judas by an influence of some extra-terrestrial aspect, the alien ‘fathers’ that according to Nigel Kerner’s thesis have sponsored the ‘evolution’ of Homo Sapiens Sapiens?
If all the above is indeed so, it would infer that something in or about Judas is connected to the alien cartel. This inference is backed up by a remarkable account of a certain incident in which Jesus asks Judas to look up at the sky at something which resembles a space-ship:
“Lift up your eyes and look at the cloud and the light within it and the stars surrounding it. The star that leads the way is your star.”
It may be that an abduction experience is then described:
“Judas lifted up his eyes and saw the luminous cloud, and he entered it”.
Could this “star” have been Judas’s particular alien sponsor, the breed of aliens (from a planet in another constellation of stars out in space) that had intercepted his biological line?”
I for one am convinced that the ‘Greys’ are real. They are hard wired and not imaginary mind creations. Too many reliable and well set up witnesses in powerfully convincing testaments have described them as being so and some actually bear the scars to prove it. Professor David Jacobs and Budd Hopkins site a great deal of physical evidence of alien interception which I find very convincing. In the following quote from an interview with Jacobs sums up the situation:
“What you have to remember is the sheer enormousness of the abduction phenomenon; millions of people are being abducted. Moreover, in abductions people are typically missing from their normal environment. Others notice that they are missing. There are multiple abductions. People may see other people being abducted, and may or may not be abducted themselves. There are situations where somebody sees somebody else being abducted, and is abducted him or herself. Years go by and person A has a hypnotic regression, remembers seeing the other person. Person B, 3,000 miles away in another city, and for another reason has a hypnotic regression, remembers the abduction and sees person A there as well. And neither of them know that they have been regressed remembering this same abduction. To make that psychological, we have to live in a different informational world of how the human brain operates.
Furthermore, abductees come back from an abduction event with anomalous marks on their body, scars on their body, scar-tissue that was literally formed the night before. They came back wearing somebody else’s clothes, they came back to somebody else’s house by accident. People see UFO’s in the air, hovering directly over the person’s house when they’re describing being abducted, neighbors who have nothing to do with it see this. There is a very, very, very strong physical aspect to this, that is completely non-existent in all of the other dissociative behavior that we see.
The interesting thing about all these questions is, if this were psychological, if people were dreaming it up, we wouldn’t be asking any of these questions, we’d know all the answers. We’d ask people, why do you think they’re doing this? And they wouldn’t tell you, because that’s the way the brain works. In channelling for example, all questions are answered, all ends are tied up, and it’s all roses and light. With the abduction phenomenon we just don’t know.”
If the Greys are physically real, as indeed the evidence suggests them to be, it is so so dangerous to take Lash’s standpoint and view them as some pre-existant ephemeral form dallying in some mischievous exercise with life-forms in our Universe. I also have to say that I find his sweeping dismissal of tens of thousands of witness reports as the result of delusion a trifle impertinent. Is it not much more likely that his singular view is mistaken in terms of the spurious nature of the ways in which he has drawn conclusions about the alien phenomenon from his studies of the ancient texts.
Lash freely admits that he is basically picking and choosing information from the Gnostic texts that fits in with and suits his own theories, he calls it the “Lego method” where he selects the extracts, or “lego pieces”, that support his hypothetical model and then puts them together according to that model. I quote:
“The essential message of Gnosis is non-Christian in the sense that it rejects both the incarnation of a superhuman savior god and universal atonement by the suffering of the savior. Yet there are passages in the NHC that explicitly declare both of these propositions! It may seem utterly perverse to select only those elements that support a non-Christian argument and use them to develop a “radical Gnostic message,” but at least I do so in an honest and transparent way. All scholars use the Lego method, but they do not build anything out of the Lego pieces. They merely select similar Lego pieces and place them in boxes which they label Valentinian, Christian Gnostic, mythological Gnosticism, anti-Jewish polemic, Alexandrian School, Platonizing Sethian, Christian Apocalypse, Wisdom literature, and more.”
I just cannot believe that a serious and respected writer of Lash’s genre can work in this way. Perhaps he has just too many axes to grind in terms of his disaffection towards Christianity. If I have understood him correctly and he is actually asserting that Christ was not a historically verifiable individual then this quite frankly ludicrous. Josephus mentions him categorically in his historical compendium and most scholars now accept that he was indeed a real historical character.
There are other glaring inconsistencies, for example Lash transplants his Pagan outlook onto the ancient Gnostics and vehemently asserts that they were a Pagan group celebrating the “divinity” of the earth. I would be interested to know how he might explain this extract from the Gospel of Thomas:
“Whoever has come to understand the world has found only a corpse and whoever has found a corpse is superior to the world.” (Gospel of Thomas (56))
Kerner has found the ‘corpse’ and as far as paganism is concerned I think he’d prefer a living flesh and blood mother who might cherish you with an embrace and good counsel to the ‘Earth one’ you might walk and crawl on and returns only the feel of sticks and stones and the sensations of muscles and bones.
I have to say I find Lash’s ‘Gaya-centric’ promulgations somewhat obsessional. When he runs off into his pagan witchy-poo instincts he seems to lose his sense of balance and intelligent insight, disregarding huge volumes of Gnostic scripts that declare unequivocally the grandeur of a non-physical reality in contrast to the physical. It is a pity because he has such evident scholarship and makes so many interesting points outside the box so to speak. His critique in his latest book that Kerner has not done his homework on the Gnostic/ET/Archon interpretation, is way off the mark:
The following is a quote from Lash’s latest book “Not In His Image”:
“The sole writer on the ET/UFO enigma to equate the Gnostic Archons with contemporary ETs is Nigel Kerner. In ‘The Song of the Greys’, he suggests that the Archons arose due to the breakaway of a massive remote-sensing device protruded from the Pleroma. This image is arresting, to be sure, but Kerner has not done his homework. Nothing in Gnostic writings indicates that the Pleromic gods need to use Archonlike tulpas to perceive events in the extra-pleromic worlds. It is more likely that the tulpas appear in the human realm as a result of two-world duality, the coexistence of planetary and terrestrial physics. They belong to the solar system, yet they intrude upon the earth. They are messengers of deception because they do not inform us of their true nature. Nothing any ET has ever said has added one iota to the sum of human knowledge, or offered one single insight that human beings could not produce out of their own resources. To the knowledge of this writer, there is no record of any ET encounter in which the aliens confess to the contactee that they are nothing but solid-seeming phantoms.”
Far from arguing that the ET’s can add to “human knowledge” Kerner clearly points out that the ET interlopers are here strictly for their own ends and not for ours. If we improve ourselves it is despite them, not through them. They want us a captive breed, entities that serve their purposes not ours. If what they do improves us it is as part of their processes to their own ends, not ours. They will thus not confess anything to any abductee that is not designed to further their purposes.
I can see how Lash might have misinterpreted Kerner’s analysis of the alien agenda. Kerner’s thesis is based on the premise that we can look at ants in an ant hill but cannot know what it is like to be an ant from an ant’s perspective. In other words, angel-like beings from the Gnostic ‘Pleroma’ or Kerner’s ‘Godverse’ who are not yet quite physical cannot perceive the physical universe from the point of view of the physical. We ourselves, he suggests, have devolved from such a prior state of angelhood. He postulates that the alien entities that visit our planet were originally a remote viewing mechanism for angel-like being. However, says Kerner, due to the chaotic nature of a physical universe the viewing mechanism got out of control and now wreaks havoc on species such as ours who have devolved from angelhood into a physical state.
He suggests that the current alien phenomenon is a result of the fact that prior being whose origins were in what Gnostics call ‘the Pleroma’, the imperishable, incorruptible realm beyond the physical universe, had no intrinsic knowledge of the perishability and corruptibility of the physical universe. They could have no idea that their viewing mechanism would be subject to a chaotic entropic system as they knew nothing of chaos and entropy. The Gospel of Philip from the Nag Hammadi codex sums this dilemma up perfectly:
“The world came about through a mistake. For he who created it wanted to create it imperishable and immortal. He fell short of attaining his desire. For the world never was imperishable nor for that matter was he who made the world. For things are not imperishable but sons are. Nothing will be able to receive imperishability if it does not first become a son. But he who has not the ability to receive how much more will he be unable to give.” (Gospel of Philip (p.145))
Kerner defines the ‘Pleroma’, that he calls ‘Godness’, as a perfect state of perfect freedom and complete awareness of all options through which that perfect freedom could be exercised. That freedom must by definition also include the freedom to no longer be perfectly free and the physical universe, he says, is an expression of that freedom. The whole of the Pleromic state must of necessity include the potential for the parts of the universal state. Thus that which Lash terms “a massive remote-sensing device” existed to fulfil that potential. Just as we send remote viewing devices out to inhospitable locations in the universe where we ourselves cannot physically go, these prior beings, that one might term ‘angels’ created with their will viewing lenses through which they might garner knowledge of all the various states of imperfection. That remote sensing device had to become less and less pleroma-like and more and more physically robust the further it reached into the shells of tension of the universe. The furthest reach created the Greys, inorganic roboidal entities able to survive in the most inhospitable regions of the universe. Due to the entropic momentums of a physical universe the viewing mechanism gradually broke down and lost its connection to the pleromic beings.
Kerner maintains that the Greys are real, physical, actual entities, robots, or as he calls them, ‘roboids’, running according to a programme. The difference between us and the Greys is the fact that we have a ‘soul’ and he defines that ‘soul’ as a line of connection, a line of descent if you like, from ‘Godness’. Through that line of connection we are rooted in that which the Gnostic texts refer to as ‘imperishability’, the Greys in contrast are “perishable.” Thus alien abduction and genetic experimentation, is, says Kerner, based on an insatiable drive to discover the nature of the imperishability of ‘soul’ and how it can be tapped into and used by soul-less being that is completely subject to the decaying momentums of a physical universe.
Unwittingly these first beings created a mechanism that was to curse all being that stayed in the physical universe and devolved down. This is the ‘mistake’ referred to in the Gospel of Philip. Kerner feels that the vast majority of expressions of being into the Universe went back to the God-verse as soon as they discovered its dangers. A few got trapped owing to the chaotic nature of the Universe and we were amongst them or we would not be here today.
Lash states that Kerner “suggests that the Archons arose due to the breakaway of a massive remote-sensing device protruded from the Pleroma.” This, as far as I can see, is correct. But Lash goes on to say:
“This image is arresting, to be sure, but Kerner has not done his homework. Nothing in Gnostic writings indicates that the Pleromic gods need to use Archonlike tulpas to perceive events in the extra-pleromic worlds. It is more likely that the tulpas appear in the human realm as a result of two-world duality, the coexistence of planetary and terrestrial physics. They belong to the solar system, yet they intrude upon the earth.”
A “tulpa” is the concept of a being or object which is created through sheer willpower alone. It is a materialized thought that has taken physical form. This Gnostic concept fits exactly with Kerner’s thesis, however Lash has not understood Kerner’s arguments properly when he says: “Nothing in Gnostic writings indicates that the Pleromic gods need to use Archonlike tulpas to perceive events in the extra-pleromic worlds.” Kerner postulates that the necessity to create and use a telescope of view into a physical universe arises as an expression of the potential to view and know a physical imperfect universe from the perspective of a physical and imperfect state One that allows access to perceive without direct danger to the perceiver. I used the ant hill analogy to explain this concept, the one thing the ‘Pleromic gods’ could not know from the Pleromic state was what it was like to view from a non-Pleromic state.
Kerner quotes from “The Hypostasis Of The Archons” in which ‘Sophia’, or the principle of ‘Eve’ as she is more commonly known, is said to have created something alone and without her consort. He suggests in “The Song of the Greys” that this creation may well refer to a form of cloned being. He uses evidence from the text to support his hypothesis that the problems arising from this creation led to the alien abduction phenomenon we witness today:
“Clones are the result of parthenogenesis, reproduction which involves only the female germ cell. Eve’s creation is described as ‘a product in the matter like an aborted foetus which assumed a plastic form moulded out of shadow, and became an arrogant beast resembling a lion’. This does indeed sound like a description of cloned being, a product in matter ‘moulded out of shadow’. The potentially threatening nature of such being is also suggested, it ‘became an arrogant beast resembling a lion’. Thus the warning is given as quoted from Paul in Ephesians that ‘Our contest is not against flesh and blood; rather the ‘authorities’ of the universe, and the spirits of wickedness.’ Who might these ‘authorities’ be who are not of ‘flesh and blood’? Could they be roboids formed of other substances, the ‘Greys’, created by the Clones to do their will.
The text later goes on to describe how the ‘authorities of the darkness’ became ‘enamoured’ of the ‘image of incorruptibility’ that appeared to them in the ‘waters’. But because of their ‘weakness’ they were unable to ‘Lay hold of those that possess a spirit; for they, (the authorities, or our ‘Greys’), were from below, while it (the Spirit) was from above’. So the great enigma for the ‘authorities’ provided by living being with soul seems to be described here in this ancient text.”
As far as I can see Lash is often at cross purposes with Kerner. In fact he seems to have completely misconstrued what Kerner has said about the origins and nature of the ET’s/Archons. On the other hand from what I have read of Lash’s work as I have said, there are many areas where he and Kerner agree. Both authors agree wholeheartedly that the concept of a creator God is a fallacy, and both emphasize that it is crucial for each of us to understand that we are the masters of our own destinies. Both trace existence back to what the Gnostic texts refer to as the ‘Pleroma’, a state similar to the quantum zero-point field, outside the bounds of space and time.
I have followed the UFO/ET story for over 40 years with avid interest because I have a hunch it is the most important contemporary story in the world today, and I have read most of the literature about it. What fascinates me most about it is how clever these bloodless devils have been in hiding its importance from the world and more explicitly I have been interested as to why they want to hide it all if they are the wonderful benefactors to us that some claim them to be. Nigel Kerner and Professor David Jacobs in his book ‘The Threat’ are the first authors I believe to have the courage to come anywhere near the truth of it all.
It is of course all informed speculation as the authors admit, but what else would you expect it to be. If it were proved explicitly true, you and I would most probably not be around to read this. In fact I am sure nothing like it would even be written for anyone to read. Chillingly, according to Kerner we may all be in the lead in time to this now. I for one believe him.
I am convinced from my own investigations, like Kerner and many other authors writing on the subject that there are indeed governments within governments in all the major countries of the world that secretly, secret even from the eyes of Presidents, look after the interests of the Greys and their hidden agenda on the planet. These people now run into the thousands.
Some people, genuflect at the idea that these things are ethereal manifestations caused by a superior technology and that a superior intelligence is incapable of doing the negative things we do. I’d say on the contrary, the more intelligent you are the more effective and capable you are to achieve any ends be they morally negative or positive. The cold dispassionacy exhibited by the Greys during episodes of abduction is a hint as to the nature of their ethical sense. Look at what we ourselves do when we use our intelligence to experiment on animals less intelligent than us.
Kerner supports this point in his thesis with the effect the Second Law of Thermodynamics has on all things in the Universe. He makes the radical suggestion that the evil that runs in us might well be constructed in our DNA by alien genetic engineering with the intention of preserving their own interests. An example is the tendency in so many human beings towards tribalism and racism. He believes that this tendency in many of us is a direct result of Grey gene insertions. Insertions to facilitate the preservation of the geno-type of human beings they created and are still creating for their own purposes.
Many authors on the subject seem to measure things piece-meal, making their overall thesis inconsistent. Any logical threads that become apparent when the overall context is looked at are not investigated or even perceived, leaving the whole thing on its back with its legs up in the air. However I find the most troubling approach is taken by authors like Lash who present the alien phenomenon as wispy, ghost-like surreal and unreal.
It was when I read reports of young children facing the trauma of abduction that my own attention to the subject turned from mere interest to impassioned zeal. I wanted to know the whole story. We all as parents have an obligation, on behalf of those children who have been surgically and sexually assaulted by hands with four, cold grey fingers, to see that nothing and no one capable of such assault is exempt from our disdain, our scorn, and our unmitigated resistance. To do this we need to know who they are, what they are, and why they are here. We need to know this in our time not in theirs or there may be no time left at all for our species.
While the world awaits a final definitive answer as to the veracity of the UFO/ET phenomenon, I admire the courage of authors and writers Kerner who take the whole thing seriously enough to stick their necks out, and with scholarship and careful responsible research, provide the scope for us all to take a balanced, coherent and comprehensive look at what might prove to be the most important set of events that have taken place and indeed are currently taking place on our planet today.
“Not In His Image” John Lamb Lash (Chelsea Green Publishing Company – Nov 2006)
“The Song of the Greys” Nigel Kerner (Hodder & Stoughton 1998)
Nag Hammadi Library: Gospel of Thomas; Gospel of Philip; The Hypostasis Of The Archons