Objects In The Sky Vs. Objects On The Ground

by Travis Mateer

Objects in the sky are suddenly a very compelling topic for our leaders to be discussing in serious terms, since the first one was allegedly a Chinese provocation over American airspace. Now there have been multiple shoot-downs, a Chinese claim of tracking a UAP or something, and the conspiracy pod-talkers are all talking about Project Blue Beam.

The link is to the Wikipedia page of a Canadian by the name of Serge Monast, the man supposedly responsible for introducing the notion of Project Blue Beam. Here is the 1994 provenance of this particular conspiracy theory:

In 1994, he published Project Blue Beam (NASA), in which he detailed his claim that NASA, with the help of the United Nations, was attempting to implement a New Age religion with the Antichrist at its head and start a New World Order, via a technologically simulated Second Coming of Christ. He also gave talks on this topic.[3] Other conspiracy theorists have noted[4] the similarity of Project Blue Beam to the plots of Gene Roddenberry’s unreleased 1975 Star Trek movie treatment The God Thing and the 1991 Star Trek: The Next Generation episode Devil’s Due.

When I see fictional overlap like this I think predictive programming, so I pulled a book from my library where this particular conspiracy theory was woven into the “fictional” content of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks.

The book is comprised of all sorts of image-ephemera and does not read at all like a conventional novel, which is perfectly in line with the creepy, disturbing content Lynch made his brand on. And Project Blue Beam is all over this narrative.

Let’s shift from objects in the sky to objects on the ground and how they move, because that can be fraught with a MUCH greater risk than the fear and paranoia being pushed by sky theatrics.

The news coming from the Ohio/Pennsylvania border town of East Palestine is NOT good after a train derailment and hasty mitigation effort, which was summarized recently like this (emphasis mine):

EAST PALESTINE, Ohio (WKBN) — First News was recently informed of three more chemicals that were on the Norfolk Southern train that derailed in East Palestine just over a week ago — and we are being told that those chemicals are dangerous.

We basically nuked a town with chemicals so we could get a railroad open,” said Sil Caggiano, a hazardous materials specialist.

While this is a significant disaster that will be made clear as more time goes by, national media outlets don’t seem too interested in giving this disaster the priority it deserves. Why is that?

The media-angle on this CNN story continues adding to the disorientation I’m feeling as the lines between fiction and non-fiction are increasingly blurred and inverted. From the link:

When Ben Ratner’s family signed up in 2021 to be extras in the movie “White Noise,” they thought it would be a fun distraction from their day-to-day life in blue-collar East Palestine, Ohio.

Ratner, 37, is in a traffic jam scene, sitting in a line of cars trying to evacuate after a freight train collided with a tanker truck, triggering an explosion that fills the air with dangerous toxins. In another scene, his father wears a trench coat and hat while people walk across an overpass to get out of town. Directors told the group they wanted them to look “forlorn and downtrodden” as they escape the environmental disaster.

The 2022 movie was shot around Ohio and is based on a novel by Don DeLillo. The book was published in 1985, shortly after a chemical disaster in Bhopal, India, that killed nearly 4,000 people. The book and film follow the fictional Gladney family – a couple and their four kids – as they flee an “airborne toxic event” and then return home and try to resume their normal lives.

Ratner tried to rewatch the movie a few days ago and found that he couldn’t finish it.

“All of a sudden, it hit too close to home,” he said.

I can definitely sympathize with Ratner, since Montana is ground zero for Project Blue Beam hysteria, and David Lynch was born in the same hospital where Sean Stevenson was euthanized by the Missoula County Sherrif’s Office.

I’ll conclude this post with an image of some books of fiction from the Twin Peaks book. The caption, which you can’t see in the image I took, reads as follows: “Much can be learned in unexpected places. The library at the Bookhouse is unique in my experience as an invaluable local resource. This special shelf contains the members’ favorite tomes.”

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About Travis Mateer

I'm an artist and citizen journalist living and writing in Montana. You can contact me here: willskink at yahoo dot com
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5 Responses to Objects In The Sky Vs. Objects On The Ground

  1. webdoodle says:

    Does it matter whether the ‘spy balloon’ was a test attempt at Project Blue Beam or was just another distraction to divert attention from Ohio’s environmental disaster or Seymour Hershes report proving the U.S. blew up Nordstream 2, or any number of other inconvenient truths that the U.S. federal government is trying to bury? The trust in the U.S. government and the Billionaires from the WEF that control them is in serious doubt. All they can do is slow the downfall at this point, the tipping point has already come and gone.

    Also, nice addition of the Warren Commission Report to your Fiction shelf. For those unaware, the Warren Commission is the ‘official’ US report on the assassination of President Kennedy. It was chaired by Allen Dulles former Director of the CIA, whom JFK had fired a few months before the assassination for repeated CIA failures including the Bay of Pigs, Cuban Missile Crises, etc. Many believe he, and other elements of the CIA we in fact responsible for the assassination. It’s definitely more plausible than the lone gunman the Warren Commission peddled.

    • Pete Talbot says:

      The Warren Commission was chaired by Chief Justice Earl Warren, ergo the “Warren Commission.”

      • Roy says:

        You are correct, but webdoodle is correct to point out the involvement of the fired CIA director on the commission:

        “On November 29, 1963, President Lyndon Baines Johnson appointed Dulles as one of seven commissioners of the Warren Commission to investigate the assassination of the U.S. President John F. Kennedy. The appointment was later criticized by some historians, who have noted that Kennedy had fired him, and he was therefore unlikely to be impartial in passing the judgments charged to the Warren Commission.”

  2. webdoodle says:

    It seems the dangerous Chinese ‘Spy Balloon’ that Canada had the U.S. shoot down, was a weather balloon. https://www.rtl-sdr.com/the-us-airforce-may-have-shot-down-an-amateur-radio-pico-balloon-over-canada/

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