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Is Orion really the home of evil spacemen who are planning to take over the Earth?
Answer: No.
This is just bad press from the UFO entities and the space people.

Why the bad press—why we don't get along with the UFO entities and the space people!
Let's give this from the UFO entities own words...

People of Orion are not our kind of people, they do not belong to our Confederation. George Williamson, Other Tongues—Other Flesh, p.514.

The UFO entities belong to a different confederation. There is a reason for this. We just don't get on. And they say terrible things about us such as:

Orion is evil (negative). OTOF, p.501.
Orion's ... Confederation of Evil. OTOF, p.504.
"Orion" ... the general area from which the evil influences originate. OTOF, p.506.
the evil (negative) Orion ... OTOF, p.513.
People of Orion are not our kind of people, ... They interrupt and are unruly. ... They come among you to disperse all things not in keeping with their own ideas; they upset our plans. ... They prey on the unsuspecting; they are talkative; ... OTOF, p.514.
We have our own men who watch over these pirates of Creation. They have their own Council and the Orion Confederation; but they know little through their own ingenuity for they are the Universal parasites! Disturbers, negative elements; ... The Orion people are The Intruders in your world ... we will not have them disturb our preparations and plans for the Earth planet. OTOF, p.515.
This is the pattern of The Intruder—to disrupt, cause dissension, strife, trouble, interfere! OTOF, p. 526.

They just don't have anything nice to say about us. Like I said, we just don't get on. They don't like our Confederation. In fact, they hate it! And they call us Intruders. There is some truth to this. We do actually interfere with their plans and cause them trouble and strife. But there is good reason for this.

John Keel believed that the UFO phenomenon "smacks uneasily of a covert military operation." The patterns and occurrences of certain UFO incidents are such "that we must wonder if they aren't really deliberate." The UFO entities appear to be following a script of "carefully planned confusion and deception." They appear to "set up a careful smokescreen to cover their real activities." Like "the original Trojan Horse, they seem to conceal hostile intent. ... This hostility theory is further supported by the fact that the objects choose, most often, to appear in forms which we can readily accept and explain to our own satisfaction." UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, pp.27, 64, 78, 94, 167.

John Keel has also stated:

Some of the entities were evil liars.
The thousands of contacts with the entities indicate that they are liars and put-on artists. OTH, pp.283, 299.

It is the UFO entities whose activities in this world are malevalent and the Orion Confederation has actually taken on the task of helping to unmask these liars and even one day of the Orion branch of the Confederation bringing their evil plans to a final end.
So yes, there is a lot of bad press here.

Are forces from Epsilon already here in the form of poltergeists?
Answer: No.

Actually this query deserves some explanation. We are responding here to a quotation of John Keel's [at no fault of course]:

A famous British contactee, Arthur Bryant, claimed that on April 24, 1965, a UFO occupant informed him that "forces from Epsilon are already here in the form of poltergeists." Epsilon Orionis is the central star in the belt of Orion. UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p. 190.

This is just rubbish from the UFO entities. Truth be known they actually run the poltergeist business themselves. They have a lot of nerve blaming the Orion Confederation for this activity! Curiously though, since the UFO entities were originally part of the Orion Confederation millennia ago, there is actually a bit of twisted truth in the comment. As usual they deal in half-truths when they are not outright lying.

Is the Orion Confederation evil?
Answer: No.
The foundation principles underlying the Orion Confederation are built on love.

John Keel believed that the UFO phenomenon "smacks uneasily of a covert military operation." The patterns and occurrences of certain UFO incidents are such "that we must wonder if they aren't really deliberate." The UFO entities appear to be following a script of "carefully planned confusion and deception." They appear to "set up a careful smokescreen to cover their real activities." Like "the original Trojan Horse, they seem to conceal hostile intent. ... This hostility theory is further supported by the fact that the objects choose, most often, to appear in forms which we can readily accept and explain to our own satisfaction." UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, pp.27, 64, 78, 94, 167.

John Keel has also stated:

Some of the entities were evil liars.
The thousands of contacts with the entities indicate that they are liars and put-on artists. OTH, pp.283, 299.

There are now well-documented cases of people being seriously injured, even killed, by flying saucers. OTH, p.46.
Dabbling with UFOs can be as dangerous as dabbling with black magic. OTH, p.220.

Considering these quotations there is just no way we could say that the foundation principles underlying the UFO entities' rebel confederation are built on love.

If there is an evil confederation it is the UFO entities' rebel confederation.

At present time there is a small group of people on Earth working for Orion. ...
They have their own Council and the Orion Confederation; ... OTOF, pp. 514, 515.
Who are we?

This is our general information page about the Orion Confederation and who we are.

Do we support a religious group?
Answer: Yes.
See our general information page about who we are for more details.

The UFO entities are on record as not supporting any religious group. Why did they say that?
Our answer:
John Keel, well known UFO investigator, is also on record as stating that:

Some of the entities were evil liars. ...
The thousands of contacts with the entities indicate that they are liars and put-on artists. UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, pp.283, 299.

Well, we knew this long before John Keel.
They are evil and a bunch of liars. They won't be truthful in this matter or any in general!

Who was John Keel?

John Alva Keel, born Alva John Kiehle (March 25, 1930 - July 3, 2009) was an American journalist and influential UFOlogist who is best known as author of The Mothman Prophecies.
In 1967, Keel popularized the term "Men In Black" in an article for the men's adventure magazine Saga, entitled "UFO Agents of Terror". According to Keel, he initially sought to explain UFOs as extraterrestrial visitations, but later abandoned this hypothesis. His third book, UFOs: Operation Trojan Horse published in 1970, linked UFOs to supernatural concepts such as monsters, ghosts and demons. Keel used the term "ultraterrestrials" to describe UFO occupants he believed to be non-human entities capable of taking on whatever form they want.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Keel

Was John Keel a member of the Orion Confederation?
We wish. As far as we can tell he never made any profession in this direction. He preferred to be known as a Fortean.
He did do us a wonderful service though, bringing the questionable and malevalent activities of the UFO entities to the attention of the general public.

And who was George Williamson anyway?

George Hunt Williamson (December 9, 1926 – January 1986), aka Michael d'Obrenovic and Brother Philip, was one of the "four guys named George" among the mid-1950s UFO contactees. The others were George Adamski, George King, and George Van Tassel.
In 1954, Williamson and Bailey published The Saucers Speak which emphasized supposed short-wave radio communications with friendly saucer pilots, but in fact depended for almost all its contents on the Ouija-board sessions Bailey and Williamson held regularly from 1952 onward. ... Williamson also reveals that while most space aliens are helpful and good, there are some very bad ones hanging out near Orion and headed for earth in force, bent on conquest.

Other Tongues--Other Flesh

Williamson became a more obscure competitor to Adamski, eventually combining his own channelling and the beliefs of a small contactee cult ... to produce a series of books about the secret, ancient history of mankind: Other Tongues—Other Flesh (1957), Secret Places of the Lion (1958), UFOs Confidential with John McCoy (1958), Road in the Sky (1959) and Secret of the Andes (1961). These books, when not rewriting the Old and New Testaments to depict every important person as a reincarnation of one of only six or eight different "entities, ... according to Williamson, spacemen had also helped materially in the founding of the Jewish and Christian religions, impersonating "gods" and providing "miracles" when needed.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Hunt_Williamson

Considering that John Keel has described these UFO entities as a bunch of evil liars and put-on artists it would do well for the general public to reject these suppositions especially the part about the group from Orion being very bad.

Did spacemen impersonate "gods" and provide miracles when needed in Biblical history as the UFO entities claim?
The UFO entities have been shown to be evil liars and put-on artists. And there does seem to be some proof of them trying to impersonate false gods recorded in history and maybe Bible times.

Thousands of mediums, psychics, and UFO contactees have been receiving mountains of messages from "Ashtar" in recent years. Mr. Ashtar represents himself as a leader in the great intergalactic councils which hold regular meetings on Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, and many planets unknown to us. But Ashtar is not a new arrival. Variations of this name, such as Ashtaroth, Ashar, Asharoth, etc., appear in demonological literature throughout history, both in the Orient and the Occident. Mr. Ashtar has been around a very long time, posing as assorted gods and demons and now, in the modern phase, as another glorious spaceman. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.230.

From what we have read it appears that the God of the Bible did not get on well with these sorts of activities.

What methods of communication do the UFO entities and space people prefer to use?
Automatic writing, using a ouija-board, and trance communication appear to be the most common.

A large part of the available UFO literature is closely linked with mysticism and the metaphysical. It deals with subjects like mental telepathy, automatic writing, and invisible entities, as well as phenomena like poltergeist manifestations and possession. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.44.

It is likely that an outsider trespassing on the scene of a UFO contact would see the contactee standing in a rigid trance, ... OTH, p.271.

(John Keel commenting about a prophecy of a holocaust on December 24, 1967) ... Meanwhile, mediums, telepaths, sensitives, and UFO contactees throughout the world were all reporting identical messages. ... Ashtar was talking through Ouija boards to people who had never before heard the name. OTH, p.282.

The UFO contactees received the same identical messages as the trance mediums communing with spirits. OTH, p.283.

The trance phenomenon deserves extensive study because so many aspects of it are directly related to the contactee phenomenon. The contactees have been told a hundred different stories of what life is like on other planets. If you review the descriptions of heaven produced at the thousands of possibly genuine seances, you will find the same contradictions. OTH, p.243.

There is another method of communication that they sometimes use. It is alluded to in the previous quotations mentioning trance mediums communing with spirits. Here's the quote:

Two naval intelligence officers were sent to investigate the claims of a woman who claimed to be in contact with extraterrestrials. After going into a trance, she answered scientific and technical questions put to her easily. Then the woman told them that the extraterrestrials were willing to communicate directly through one of the naval officers. This then occurred with one of the officers answering questions put to him by his colleague. One of the questions put to the entities was—Did they favour a religious group? The answer was—No. On asking to see if they could see a spaceship, they were told to go to the window and look. This they did, and they observed a UFO. A call was made for radar confirmation and they were told that that particular quadrant of the area was blanked out on radar at the time. UFOs: It Has Begun.

Our comment:
We find it quite humourous that the majority of the messages from the UFO entities are riddled with Bible quotations but this book condemns these methods of communication. This should give people serious concern as to the truthfulness of the messages from the UFO entities and the space people.

What was the main method of communication George Williamson used with the UFO entities?

George Hunt Williamson (December 9, 1926 - January 1986), aka Michael d'Obrenovic and Brother Philip, was one of the "four guys named George" among the mid-1950s contactees. The others were George Adamski, George King, and George Van Tassel. ...
Having read William Dudley Pelley's book Star Guests (1950), Williamson worked for a while for Pelley's cult organization, ...
Pelley had generated huge quantities of communications with "advanced intelligences" via automatic writing, and very clearly was an immediate inspiration to Williamson, who combined his fascination with the occult and with flying saucers by trying to contact flying saucer crews with a home-made Ouija board. ...
Williamson and his wife, and fellow saucer believers Alfred and Betty Bailey, became regular visitors to Adamski's commune ...
The Williamsons and Baileys continued their Ouija-board sessions, getting their own personal revelations from the Space Brothers, which led to a drastic falling-out with Adamski.
In 1954, Williamson and Bailey published The Saucers Speak which emphasized supposed short-wave radio communications with friendly saucer pilots, but in fact depended for almost all its contents on the ouija-board sessions Bailey and Williamson held regularly from 1952 onward.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Hunt_Williamson

Contactees are persons who claim to have experienced contact with extraterrestrials.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contactees

Our comment:
We find it quite humourous that the majority of the messages from the UFO entities are riddled with Bible quotations but this book condemns this method of communication. This should give people serious concern as to the truthfulness of the messages from the UFO entities and the space people.

Is there any recorded relationship between UFO activities and poltergeist activities?

One well-known, heavily documented type of poltergeist (noisy ghost) manifestation produces mysterious fires "Haunted" houses often burn to the ground eventually. Fires of undetermined origin erupt suddenly throughout UFO flap areas.
...
There may be a definite relationship between the numbers of fires and the numbers of UFOs seen in a specific sector. A community suddenly beset with fifteen or twenty major fires within the short span of a week or two seems to produce more UFO sightings in that same period than a place with no fires. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.58.

Still others have claimed that the ufonauts simply walked through the sides of their craft like ghosts. OTH, p.64.

(John Keel mentioning a chart of known UFO reports) ...
The other is a chart of the recorded poltergeist cases for the same period. We find striking similarities in these patterns. In some cases, the poltergeist wave preceded by a few months or a year or two the UFO activity in the same area. In other cases, the UFO and poltergeist activities occurred simultaneously. OTH, p.239.

Another common factor in poltergeist cases is the sudden materialization or disappearance of physical objects. ... UFO contactees report this same kind of phenomenon shortly after they receive their first visit from the entities. OTH, p.237.

It is traditional that haunted houses eventually burn to the ground. UFO witnesses, researchers, and contactees have this same problem, as I pointed out earlier. OTH, p.238.

From 1848 to 1851 there was a worldwide UFO flap, and poltergeist cases hit an interesting peak in 1849. Strange, isn't it, that all these things should explode at once? OTH, p.251.

The following year, 1859, the UFOs were busy again. And the year after that there was another outbreak of poltergeist cases in France and Switzerland. OTH, p.252.

Our comment:
As we previously stated, the UFO entities are the ones who actually run the poltergeist business themselves. So of course we would expect there to be some kind of relationship between these activities.

Do the UFO entities and the space people really care about humans?

Do the ultraterrestrials really care about us? There is much disturbing evidence that they don't. They care only to the extent that we can fulfill our enigmatic use to them. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.247.

Our comment:
Sad, isn't it?

What are the messages from the UFO entities and the space people like?

The endless messages from the space people would now fill a library, and while the communicators claim to represent some other world, the contents of those messages are identical to the messages long received by mediums and mystics. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.183.

The trance phenomenon deserves extensive study because so many aspects of it are directly related to the contactee phenomenon. The contactees have been told a hundred different stories of what life is like on other planets. If you review the descriptions of heaven produced at the thousands of possibly genuine seances, you will find the same contradictions. The entities will lie transparently at one point in the seance, and a few moments later will come up with astounding information which could not be based upon simple trickery. The mediums themselves have always been aware of their controls' mischievous sense of humor. They speak of false shades and malevolent spirits who perform outrageous hoaxes. ...
The fact that a control can imitate George Bernard Shaw does not necessarily mean that GBS is doing the speaking from the spirit world. OTH, pp.243, 244.

And why this connection with seances and mediums?

(John Keel commenting about a prophecy of a holocaust on December 24, 1967) ... Meanwhile, mediums, telepaths, sensitives, and UFO contactees throughout the world were all reporting identical messages. There was definitely going to be an unprecedented event on December 24, 1967. Ashtar was talking through Ouija boards to people who had never before heard the name. Another busy entity named Orlon was spreading the word. The curious thing about these messages was that they were all phrased in the same manner, no matter what language was being used. They all carried the same warning. OTH, p.282.

Many predictions of the December twenty-fourth disaster had been documented well in advance of that date. These messages came through in many different countries, from people who had no knowledge of or communication with one another. The UFO contactees received the same identical messages as the trance mediums communing with spirits. A link had been established. It was now clear (to me anyway) that all of these people were tuned into a central source. My earlier speculations seemed true—the UFO entities and the spirit entities were part of the same gigantic system. ... Some of the entities were evil liars. OTH, p.283.
Comment added by John Keel.

Did the Nazis really try to contact the UFO entities during WWII?

It is probable that some small group within the U.S. government first began to suspect the truth about UFOs during World War II. There is curious evidence that Adolf Hitler and his inner circle had some knowledge of the ultraterrestrials and may have even made an effort to communicate with them. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.296.

Is there a central source for all these types of communications?

(John Keel commenting about a prophecy of a holocaust on December 24, 1967) ... Meanwhile, mediums, telepaths, sensitives, and UFO contactees throughout the world were all reporting identical messages. There was definitely going to be an unprecedented event on December 24, 1967. Ashtar was talking through Ouija boards to people who had never before heard the name. Another busy entity named Orlon was spreading the word. The curious thing about these messages was that they were all phrased in the same manner, no matter what language was being used. They all carried the same warning. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.282.

Many predictions of the December twenty-fourth disaster had been documented well in advance of that date. These messages came through in many different countries, from people who had no knowledge of or communication with one another. The UFO contactees received the same identical messages as the trance mediums communing with spirits. A link had been established. It was now clear (to me anyway) that all of these people were tuned into a central source. My earlier speculations seemed true—the UFO entities and the spirit entities were part of the same gigantic system. ... Some of the entities were evil liars. OTH, p.283.
Comment added by John Keel.

Why do the UFO entities appear to be frightened of what's coming from Orion?
In the words of the UFO entities:

Orion systems want to destroy—remember, Orion is evil (negative). George Williamson, Other Tongues—Other Flesh, p.501.
the evil destroyers ... migrated to Orion in spiritual form. OTOF, p.510.

The UFO entities believe that the Orion Confederation will eventually bring about the destruction of their rebel confederation.
This is why they are frightened of what is coming from Orion.

It is true that the Orion branch of the Confederation is working toward the final eradication of evil from the universe so the UFO entities do indeed have a genuine concern since their rebel confederation is evil in nature.

Are there any Christian groups that really believe that help is coming from Orion?
A recent Christian writer, evangelist, and retired speaker of the It Is Written telecasts, George Vandeman, has written the following about a view of the second coming of Christ, comparing it to a daring rescue of refugees that happened at the end of WWI. It is taken from the last chapter of his book Psychic Roulette. Interestingly, the chapter is titled "Rescue From Orion":

And yet, strange as it may seem, when the Son of God descends the corridors of the sky, some will want Him to come, and some will not. ...
Picture it if you can. Like the ships at Smyrna. A vast mass of humanity pushed to the edge of a smoking, ruined, convulsing world. Caught between the fires of time and the realities of eternity. Desperate for a way off this planet. Scanning the skies for the first hint that rescue is on the way. Staring into space. Straining their eyes for the first glimpse of their Lord as He emerges from the corridors of Orion and rides the cloud closer and closer to the earth. Psychic Roulette, pp. 158, 159.

Another Christian writer has given the following account describing conditions just before the return of Jesus to this world:

Dark, heavy clouds came up, and clashed against each other. The atmosphere parted and rolled back, then we could look up through the open space in Orion, from whence came the voice of God. The Holy City will come down through that open space. The Present Truth, Vol. 1, No. 3, August, 1849.

So there are definitely some Christians who believe this.

Is Evolution the biological process throughout the universe?
The following quotations give an intimation of the spiritual beliefs of the UFO entities which are directly related to this question:

All theology and science will not be done away with in the New Age. But under the incoming "Golden Dawn" Man will acquire a greater concept of Creation, free of ancient ritualism and the carried-over pagan ideas. George Williamson, Other Tongues—Other Flesh, p.38.

Yes, it is true that "God Provided—Man Divided", but man on Earth must go back to the whole which the Creator made manifest unto His creation. OTOF, p.40.

The three horizontal lines directly above indicates that the spacemen have found three different types of people on Earth. One type believes only in earthly or material things; another believes in things spiritual; and the third has faith and believes in the All Creator. Unless a man puts away the materialism that is in him, he cannot rise to the emancipated heavens of the Creator. OTOF, p.129.

The Creator has sent people from outer space to guide Earthmen as they free themselves from darkness and bondage. These spacemen, in the name of the Infinite Father, will raise up men with eyes to see and ears to hear. This message is therefore proclaimed to all the inhabitants of the Earth. OTOF, p.129.

This last quotation from George Williamson's book is probably one of the most strongest statements on this point relating to the UFO entities and the space people.

Also these UFO entities refer to members of the Orion Confederation as pirates of Creation. OTOF, p.514. We are not pirates but again the comment by the entities show that they believe in a Creation.

George Williamson's book is loaded with UFO communications. And the above quotations show very clearly that the UFO entities believe in a supreme being who created the universe. However they do hold a curious view of Evolution.

Their concept of Evolution appears to be a bit of a fruit salad:

Evolution is a fact, but does not, however, as so many assume, teach that man is descended from an ape or monkey. OTOF, p.242.
Man, therefore, came from races of angels mixed with beasts, ... OTOF, p.244.

The UFO entities and the space people clearly do not believe in the evolution of mankind as such. They do appear to believe in some form of evolution of life from the Creation but not of mankind.
Note: the Orion Confederation view is more in line with the religious group we support.

And if the UFO entities actually believe that man did not evolve but had to be brought into existence by the interaction of angels then this is a completely different view to the general concept of evolution.

So the UFO entities and the space people clearly do not believe in the evolution of mankind. On a different point they do talk about some form of spiritual evolution that the remnant undergo to be ready for the end of the age. But we mention this in a different answer. See answer for the advanced souls who will inherit the kingdom on Earth.

Is there any recorded intelligence behind so-called UFO activities?

The Wednesday phenomenon is quite evident in the historical events as well as in the contemporary sightings. A disproportionate number of UFO events seem to be concentrated on Wednesdays and Saturdays, particularly the landing and contact cases. The frequency of the Wednesday-Saturday events immediately removes the phenomenon from a framework of chance or coincidence. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.104.

UFO events seem to occur century after century in the same geographical locations. A majority of these events took place on Wednesdays and Saturdays and were concentrated around the hours of 6 P.M., 8 P.M., and 10 P.M. These facts in themselves are proof that the phenomenon is guided by an intelligence and that the individual events form part of a larger plan. OTH, p.195.

Another curious reason there is some intelligence behind UFO manifestations

The thousands of sightings of phantom dirigibles and mysterious airplanes from 1896 to 1938 provide us with a substantial body of evidence which indicates that the phenomenon is actually flexible and that it tailors itself to adopt acceptable forms for the time periods in which it operates. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.138.

Are flying saucers dangerous?

There are now well-documented cases of people being seriously injured, even killed, by flying saucers. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.46.

Dabbling with UFOs can be as dangerous as dabbling with black magic. OTH, p.220.

Is there a world headquarters on Earth for the Orion Confederation?
Answer: Yes.

The Orion Confederation World Headquarters on the Earth
World headquarters based in
Silver Spring, Maryland, United States

See our general information page about who we are. Our world headquarters gets a small mention.

The UFO entities warn of two things coming soon. What are they?

In modern UFO-contactee lore, beginning in the early 1950's, the constellation of Orion is frequently cited as the home of "evil spacemen" who are planning to take over the earth. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.190.

Williamson also reveals that while most space aliens are helpful and good, there are some very bad ones hanging out near Orion and headed for earth in force, bent on conquest.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Hunt_Williamson

We have already given a reply to this. The Orion Confederation does not agree with these comments.
There is help coming from Orion and it will be to overthrow the terrible reign of the UFO entities' evil rebel confederation on this planet.

OK so what's the second thing they mainly give messages about?

In May, 1967, Knud Weiking, in Denmark received telepathic messages including some predictions that came true. He was instructed to build a bomb shelter and prepare for a holocaust on December 24, 1967. At the same time, mediums and psychics and UFO contactees all around the world were receiving similar messages. ... One American researcher received a phone call that on December 24 at midnight a great light would appear in the sky, and then—

The Danish group waited through the night in their bomb shelter for the end of the world. Obviously nothing happened.

The following day, the American press ridiculed the Danes, but meanwhile, Mr Weiking had received a message which explained it all. What was the message?
I told you two thousand years ago that a time would be given and even so I would not come. If you had read your Bible a little more carefully, you would have borne in mind the story of the bridegroom who did not come at the time he was expected. Be watchful so that you are not found without oil in your lamps. I have told you I will come with suddenness, and I shall be coming soon!
George Vandeman, Psychic Roulette, p. 147, 148.

And some direct messages from the space people:

The Saucers constitute the "Host" which is the forerunner of the promised "Second Coming" of the Elder Brother. The ORIGIN of the Saucers, however, is not the important consideration—but their MISSION is! George Hunt Williamson, Other Tongues—Other Flesh, p.484.

The space friends have said that they would keep out all the negative forces, but they also said a "square star-body" was coming to Earth. As time goes on, the anti-Christ or negative forces will become more powerful. This is a sure sign of the Second Coming. OTOF, p.528. [typo corrected]

Who is the Elder Brother the UFO entities say is coming?

The Elder Brother, Jesus, said: "Know ye not that ye are Gods?" George Hunt Williamson, Other Tongues—Other Flesh, p.39.
The Elder Brother or Christ says He "manifests in Light", and He gives "Light commandments". OTOF, p.396.
Very few ministers are telling their congregations that the Saucers may have a connection with the "signs in the skies" that the prophets of old spoke of. Some theologians, however, believe that the coming of the Saucers heralds the coming of the Elder Brother himself. OTOF, p.432.
... the imminent return of the Elder Brother. OTOF, p.435.

Is the UFO entities' Elder Brother the same Jesus the Bible speaks of?
Our answer:
It doesn't appear to be the same Jesus. The UFO entities' Jesus is coming in a UFO. They claim:

The Saucers constitute the "Host" which is the forerunner of the promised "Second Coming" of the Elder Brother. George Williamson, Other Tongues—Other Flesh, p.484.

Well, we've had a look at the Bible and the Jesus of the Bible is not coming back in a flying saucer.
This is a classic example of how the UFO entities distort and twist what has been previously written about these sorts of things.

Are flying saucers interplanetary spacecraft?

The scope of the phenomenon and the overwhelming quantity of reports negates its validity. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.182.

The scope, frequency, and distribution of the sightings make the popular extraterrestrial (interplanetary) hypothesis completely untenable. OTH, p.316.

Many of the UFO reports now being published in the popular press recount alleged incidents that are strikingly similar to demoniac possession and psychic phenomena which has long been known to theologians and parapsychologists. OTH, p.45.

Many flying saucers seem to be nothing more than a disguise for some hidden phenomenon. OTH, p.47.

The statistical data which I have extracted, and which I have tried to summarize briefly here, indicate that flying saucers are not stable machines requiring fuel, maintenance, and logistical support. They are, in all probability, transmogrifications of energy and do not exist in the same way that this book exists. They are not permanent constructions of matter. OTH, p.182.

The flying saucers do not come from some Buck Rogers-type civilization on some distant planet. They are our next-door neighbors, part of another space-time continuum where life, matter, and energy are radically different from ours. Ancient man knew this and recognized it. The original Biblical texts employed the word sheol, which meant invisible world. Somehow the translators turned this into "hell" and gave it an entirely different meaning. OTH, p.291.

Our comment:
We may not agree with this view of "hell" but John definitely struck an interesting note that the UFOs do not come from some neighbouring or distant planet.

Since the witnesses seem to be telling the truth, we must assume that UFOs come in myriad sizes and shapes. Or no real shapes at all.
...
Project Blue Book Report No. 14 tackled this problem. Air Force teams ran 434 "unidentified" reports through a computer, hoping to come up with a basic model. They ended up with 12 very different basic objects. From the thousands of reports compiled since then, it is obvious that there may be 1,200 or 12,000,000 different types. The 12 objects described in Report No. 14 have rarely been seen since 1955. So there may not be any types at all! OTH, p.142.

These quotations show pretty clearly that flying saucers are not interplanetary spacecraft. They are something entirely different.

The most profound thought the human race now possesses from the UFO entities and the space people
Here's the profound statement disclosing the very mysteries of life itself vital to the human race! [according to the UFO entities as pieced together by George Williamson]:

"In this footprint, we also see the Germ of Man's Life encased within the darkness of the interior of the Great Fish." Other Tongues—Other Flesh, p.169.

To be fair to George and his followers, he spends a good part of a chapter investigating some footprints and trying to extrapolate some sort of spiritual significance from them.

Nevertheless, having said that, the Orion Confederation can do an awful lot better than this!
See our general information page about who we are for some suggestions as to our most likely source of spiritual truth. And it's a whole lot better than the darkness of the interior of the Great Fish!

According to the UFO entities, who are the advanced souls, or The Remnant, who will inherit the Earth?

Certain souls have evolved to the place where the old Earth can no longer teach them anything, therefore, either they or the Earth must graduate to a higher level. Shortly, the entire Earth will be made new in the new vibratory rate and the advanced souls, or The Remnant, will inherit the kingdom of God on Earth. George Williamson, Other Tongues—Other Flesh, pp. 572, 573.

As hath been told thee aforetimes, there be a change rapidly metamorphosing much of the material world through the introduction of Cosmic Energy into the very atomic structure of all material objects. ... At the appointed time, this influx of Cosmic Energy, vibrating at an inconceivably increased speed, will cause changes marvelous to behold. OTOF, p.593.

The Cosmic Energy now bombarding the Earth and her inhabitants will actually change man's thinking. OTOF, p.594.

Therefore, if man's brain is nothing but a receiving and transmitting instrument similar to a radio set, he must be able to receive and interpret the "music of the spheres" or the Great Cosmic Intelligence that forever is permeating all space; man merely must "tune in" to it. Those who refuse to receive the new vibrations mentally, will lose their physical equipment on Earth and thereby give up their "radio sets" that will not accept the new lessons. OTOF, p.595.

Those individuals who refuse to accept the higher vibrations mentally, allowing for great spiritual growth and advancement, will experience a definite physiological reaction. OTOF, p.596.

... if a person refuses to accept the new Universal lessons presented to him for his use, he sets up an action within his body that causes the RMF to collapse. Clotting occurs and he is said to have died of a "heart attack". The only reason heart attacks are on the increase is because of the new vibrations and man's inability to cope with them, accept them, and understand them. OTOF, p.597.

Then shall two be in the field; the one shall be taken, and the other left. Watch therefore: for ye know not what hour your Lord doth come.' We have registered in our records the names and locations of those who have lived with right intent. These are the ones who shall be taken up in our ships while the Earth goes through cataclysmic upheavals. ...
Later, The Remnant, will be returned to the surface of Earth where they will be the new race in a new world. OTOF, p.592.

Our comment:
this appears to be addressing some prophecies from the Bible. The Bible does mention a remnant, but nothing about them being advanced evolved souls who are taken up in spaceships.
Looks like another cooked point of belief from the UFO entities again!

Unaided without any external help, what hope do humans have against these UFO entities?

The elementals or ultraterrestrials are somehow able to manipulate the electrical circuits of the human mind. They can make us see whatever they want us to see and remember only what they want us to remember. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.302.

According to the UFO entities, what is the main cause of heart attacks?

Certain souls have evolved to the place where the old Earth can no longer teach them anything, therefore, either they or the Earth must graduate to a higher level. Shortly, the entire Earth will be made new in the new vibratory rate and the advanced souls, or The Remnant, will inherit the kingdom of God on Earth. George Williamson, Other Tongues—Other Flesh, pp.572, 573.

As hath been told thee aforetimes, there be a change rapidly metamorphosing much of the material world through the introduction of Cosmic Energy into the very atomic structure of all material objects. ... At the appointed time, this influx of Cosmic Energy, vibrating at an inconceivably increased speed, will cause changes marvelous to behold. OTOF, p.593.

Those individuals who refuse to accept the higher vibrations mentally, allowing for great spiritual growth and advancement, will experience a definite physiological reaction. OTOF, p.596.

... if a person refuses to accept the new Universal lessons presented to him for his use, he sets up an action within his body that causes the RMF to collapse. Clotting occurs and he is said to have died of a "heart attack". The only reason heart attacks are on the increase is because of the new vibrations and man's inability to cope with them, accept them, and understand them. OTOF, p.597.

Our comment:
This is complete and utter rubbish!

Do we really preach that God's throne and God, Himself, are located in the Orion nebula?
We believe that this is a case of bad reporting. The UFO entities have most likely twisted what was being presented back then by one of our members which appears to be something that they excel at. The incident occurred quite a while ago and we give you the UFO entities analysis of the discussion being given by one of our members:

In The Saucers Speak! a Wyoming evangelist is quoted as saying that God's throne and God, himself, are located in the Orion nebula. Once again, the word tells the story. He preaches that the Flying Saucers are piloted by fork-tailed devils—another Intruder! George Williamson, Other Tongues—Other Flesh, p.526.

We do not have a record of what was actually stated at this meeting. The Orion branch of the Confederation have this information but they have left us to sort this out ourselves. And it's not that hard.

It is very unlikely that one of our members would have preached that the flying saucers are piloted by fork-tailed devils. So there is little doubt that the UFO entities' reporting of this meeting is in question. So what was most likely being said about God and Orion back then? A quick investigation of current Christian writings that are in agreement with the Orion Confederation's views yields the following quotation.

It is from a recent Christian writer, evangelist, and retired speaker of the It Is Written telecasts, George Vandeman. He wrote the following about a view of the second coming of Christ, comparing it to a daring rescue of refugees that happened at the end of WWI. It is taken from the last chapter of his book Psychic Roulette. Interestingly, the chapter is titled "Rescue From Orion":

And yet, strange as it may seem, when the Son of God descends the corridors of the sky, some will want Him to come, and some will not. ...
Picture it if you can. Like the ships at Smyrna. A vast mass of humanity pushed to the edge of a smoking, ruined, convulsing world. Caught between the fires of time and the realities of eternity. Desperate for a way off this planet. Scanning the skies for the first hint that rescue is on the way. Staring into space. Straining their eyes for the first glimpse of their Lord as He emerges from the corridors of Orion and rides the cloud closer and closer to the earth. Psychic Roulette, pp. 158, 159.

This is most likely to be similar to what our member was talking about back then at the meeting reported on by the UFO entities.

What was one of John Keel's final conclusions in his book about the UFO phenomenon?

The Bible warns us that during "the last days" this planet will be overrun with wonders in the sky and false prophets and performers of miracles. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.306.

Why are the majority of the messages from the UFO entities and the space people riddled with Bible quotations?
Our answer:
A very interesting question. The messages don't seem to be riddled with passages from the Koran, or any other holy books, except for the Bible. Just why are the UFO entities and the space people not interesting in debunking any of the other holy books? There are plenty to choose from! Something for people to think about!

Is there any connection between UFOs and demonology?

Demonology is not just another crackpot-ology. ... Thousands of books have been written on the subject, ... The manifestations and occurrences described in this imposing literature are similar, if not entirely identical, to the UFO phenomenon itself. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.215.

The Devil and his demons can, according to the literature, manifest themselves in almost any form and can physically imitate anything from angels to horrifying monsters with glowing eyes. Strange objects and entities materialize and dematerialize in these stories, just as the UFOs and their splendid occupants appear and disappear, walk through walls, and perform other supernatural feats. OTH, p. 216.

Operation Trojan Horse is merely the same old game in a new, updated guise. The Devil's emissaries of yesteryear have been replaced by the mysterious "men in black." The quasi-angels of Biblical times have become magnificent spacemen. The demons, devils, and false angels were recognized as liars and plunderers by early man. These same imposters now appear as long-haired Venusians. OTH, p.216.

This premise is reinforced by an investigation of the UFO messages themselves:

The endless messages from the space people would now fill a library, and while the communicators claim to represent some other world, the contents of those messages are identical to the messages long received by mediums and mystics. OTH, p.183.

I cannot even begin to review all of the occult evidence here, but there are dozens of excellent books available covering the whole spectrum of spiritual events. If you take the time and trouble to examine some of the better literature, you will find precise parallels and correlations with the UFO phenomenon. It appears that the same forces are at work in both situations, the same patterns prevail (particularly the hoax patterns), and the same underlying purposes seem to be present. OTH, p.235.

Sir Victor Goddard pointed out that he believed that most UFO sightings were made by people with psychic ability, and by nonpsychics who were standing in the auras of the real percipients and were, therefore, temporarily tuned in. OTH, p.298.

In psychic phenomena and demonology we find that seemingly solid physical objects are materialized and dematerialized or apported. OTH, p.298.

Another common factor in poltergeist cases is the sudden materialization or disappearance of physical objects. ... UFO contactees report this same kind of phenomenon shortly after they receive their first visit from the entities. OTH, p.237.

The UFO manifestations seem to be, by and large, merely minor variations of the age-old demonological phenomenon. OTH, p.299.

Just what is coming from Orion anyway?
See our general information page about who we are. This is covered in much more detail there.

Is there a connection between UFOs and the Bible?
The majority of the messages from the space people appear to be riddled with Bible quotations. It leaves one with the very strong impression that there must be some sort of weird connection between UFOs and the Bible. This must be disturbing for those who would like to get rid of the Bible completely and embrace an extraterrestrial approach to universal salvation. However, though their messages may contain many quotations, the UFO communications are not supportive of the Bible:

George Hunt Williamson (December 9, 1926 - January 1986), aka Michael d'Obrenovic and Brother Philip, was one of the "four guys named George" among the mid-1950s UFO contactees. ...
Williamson became a more obscure competitor to Adamski, eventually combining his own channelling and the beliefs of a small contactee cult ... to produce a series of books about the secret, ancient history of mankind: Other Tongues—Other Flesh (1957), Secret Places of the Lion (1958), UFOs Confidential with John McCoy (1958), Road in the Sky (1959) and Secret of the Andes (1961). These books, when not rewriting the Old and New Testaments to depict every important person as a reincarnation of one of only six or eight different "entities, ... according to Williamson, spacemen had also helped materially in the founding of the Jewish and Christian religions, impersonating "gods" and providing "miracles" when needed.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Hunt_Williamson

Considering that John Keel has described these UFO entities as a bunch of evil liars and put-on artists it would do well for the general public to reject these suppositions.

Are the UFO entities religious? They appear to be very spiritual in their communications. What's going on?
It must be very disturbing for those expecting a very sterile scientific outlook to find themselves face to face in the middle of a UFO communication with some very deep religious sentiments being expressed.
For example consider the following quotations:

They prey on the unsuspecting; they are talkative; ... George Williamson, Other Tongues—Other Flesh, p. 514.
Watch for them; their numbers increase as the "sorrows" of Earth increase. ... they will not succeed—but we will succeed, for our mission is of the Father's authority and His will shall prevail. Worry not about these Orion influences; they cannot harm those who serve the Infinite Father. Pity them, love them, pray for them, for they know not what they do! OTOF, p. 516.

Watch ... the sorrows of Earth ... our mission ... the Father's authority ... His will ... worry not ... serve the Infinite Father. Pity ... love ... pray ... for they know not what they do ...

Could the UFO entities get any more religious than this?

Is there any connection between the Orion Confederation and the Orion Syndicate of TV's Star Trek?
Answer: No.

The Orion Syndicate is part of the Star Trek TV series mythological universe.

It has nothing to do with the real Orion Confederation.

Why does the Star Trek TV series [and various mutations] refer to the bunch from Orion as really bad and always causing trouble?
The UFO entities obviously got in early here and caused a lot of bad press about the Orion Confederation. For example:

In modern UFO-contactee lore, beginning in the early 1950's, the constellation of Orion is frequently cited as the home of "evil spacemen" who are planning to take over the earth. A famous British contactee, Arthur Bryant, claimed that on April 24, 1965, a UFO occupant informed him that "forces from Epsilon are already here in the form of poltergeists." Epsilon Orionis is the central star in the belt of Orion. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.190.

George Hunt Williamson (December 9, 1926 - January 1986), aka Michael d'Obrenovic and Brother Philip, was one of the "four guys named George" among the mid-1950s UFO contactees. ... Williamson also reveals that while most space aliens are helpful and good, there are some very bad ones hanging out near Orion and headed for earth in force, bent on conquest.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Hunt_Williamson

We suspect that there are only a few religious groups who have taken a positive view. With this large disparity in writings obviously those piecing together the TV series were left with a very negative view of Orion. And building story lines from this we have the series as it currently stands. It would be difficult to condemn them given all the negative press but perhaps they should have had a closer look at some of the positive views as well.

Is it safe to believe the messages from the UFO entities and the space people?

This is the tiger behind the door of prophecy. Some of the predictions are unnerringly accurate; so precise that there are no factors of coincidence or lucky guesswork. The ultraterrestrials or elementals are able to convince their friends (who sometimes also become victims) that they have complete foreknowledge of all human events. Then, when these people are totally sold, the ultraterrestrials introduce a joker into the deck. UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.278. Comment added by John Keel.

Once again the classic, proven pattern had occurred. Another human being had been engulfed by the ultraterrestrials and led down the road to ruin. OTH, p.281.

What would you most likely see if you watched someone having a close communication encounter with a UFO?

It is likely that an outsider trespassing on the scene of a UFO contact would see the contactee standing in a rigid trance, ... John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.271.

What is one of the favourite games the UFO entities like to play?
Answer: Prophecy and prediction.

(John comments about a prophecy of a holocaust on December 24, 1967) ... Meanwhile, mediums, telepaths, sensitives, and UFO contactees throughout the world were all reporting identical messages. There was definitely going to be an unprecedented event on December 24, 1967. Ashtar was talking through Ouija boards to people who had never before heard the name. Another busy entity named Orlon was spreading the word. The curious thing about these messages was that they were all phrased in the same manner, no matter what language was being used. They all carried the same warning. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.282.

Many predictions of the December twenty-fourth disaster had been documented well in advance of that date. These messages came through in many different countries, from people who had no knowledge of or communication with one another. The UFO contactees received the same identical messages as the trance mediums communing with spirits. A link had been established. It was now clear (to me anyway) that all of these people were tuned into a central source. My earlier speculations seemed true—the UFO entities and the spirit entities were part of the same gigantic system. ... Some of the entities were evil liars. OTH, p.283. Comment added by John Keel.

This is the tiger behind the door of prophecy. Some of the predictions are unnerringly accurate; so precise that there are no factors of coincidence or lucky guesswork. The ultraterrestrials or elementals are able to convince their friends (who sometimes also become victims) that they have complete foreknowledge of all human events. Then, when these people are totally sold, the ultraterrestrials introduce a joker into the deck. OTH, p.278. Comment added by John Keel.

Once again the classic, proven pattern had occurred. Another human being had been engulfed by the ultraterrestrials and led down the road to ruin. OTH, p.281.

Channelled messages from Orion, the Orion Confederation etc ... are these ours?
This is very curious. Any channelled messages are from the UFO entities as this is a method of communication they use:

The UFO contactees received the same identical messages as the trance mediums communing with spirits. John Keel, UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, p.283.

Meanwhile, mediums, telepaths, sensitives, and UFO contactees throughout the world were all reporting identical messages. ... Ashtar was talking through Ouija boards to people who had never before heard the name. OTH, p.282.

As we stated in a previous answer, the UFO entities are from a different confederation than ours. Or as they say it themselves:

People of Orion are not our kind of people, they do not belong to our Confederation. ... They have their own Council and the Orion Confederation; ... George Williamson, Other Tongues—Other Flesh, p.514, 515.

We are in totally different Confederations. And the Orion Confederation does not indorse or use the communication methods that the UFO entities use.
See our answer on their recommended methods of communication for further information.

So any channelled messages you read or hear about purporting to be from the Orion Confederation etc have nothing to do with us. They are actually from the UFO entities.

Why are the UFO entities giving these messages?
Wrong information and control.
As we said before there is a lot of bad press. Another approach the UFO entities take is wrong press. A very simple approach that covers the truth with a lot of rubbish.

John Keel believed that the UFO phenomenon "smacks uneasily of a covert military operation." The patterns and occurrences of certain UFO incidents are such "that we must wonder if they aren't really deliberate." The UFO entities appear to be following a script of "carefully planned confusion and deception." They appear to "set up a careful smokescreen to cover their real activities." Like "the original Trojan Horse, they seem to conceal hostile intent. ... This hostility theory is further supported by the fact that the objects choose, most often, to appear in forms which we can readily accept and explain to our own satisfaction." UFOs:Operation Trojan Horse, pp.27, 64, 78, 94, 167.

John Keel has also stated:

Some of the entities were evil liars.
The thousands of contacts with the entities indicate that they are liars and put-on artists. OTH, pp.283, 299.

And what better approach could the UFO entities take than to hide the truth about the Orion Confederation from people by drowning the world in a sea of wrong information. Anyone searching for the truth would have to wade through a mountain of junk and this is exactly the reason for their supposed messages from the Orion Confederation.

Interestingly, John Keel has used this exact same thought in the following quotation:

Thousands of mediums, psychics, and UFO contactees have been receiving mountains of messages from "Ashtar" in recent years. Mr. Ashtar represents himself as a leader in the great intergalactic councils which hold regular meetings on Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, and many planets unknown to us. But Ashtar is not a new arrival. Variations of this name, such as Ashtaroth, Ashar, Asharoth, etc., appear in demonological literature throughout history, both in the Orient and the Occident. Mr. Ashtar has been around a very long time, posing as assorted gods and demons and now, in the modern phase, as another glorious spaceman. OTH, p.230.

Mountains of messages. From the UFO entities. This is their approach in this war of information.

And another quotation that shows clearly this is an approach they take:

No, the real truth lies in another direction. The contactees from 1897 on have been telling us what they were told by the ufonauts. The ufonauts are the liars, not the contactees. And they are lying deliberately as part of the bewildering smokescreen which they have established to cover their real origin, purpose, and motivation. OTH, p.213.

So any channelled messages purporting to be from the Orion Confederation are really part of the UFO entities' bewildering smokescreen to cover the truth. They have nothing to do with us.

What about the Paul movie? Why is it anti-religion and pro-Evolution?
This is a pretty good question.
Actual UFO communications do not support the sentiments promulgated in this movie:

The Creator has sent people from outer space to guide Earthmen as they free themselves from darkness and bondage. These spacemen, in the name of the Infinite Father, will raise up men with eyes to see and ears to hear. This message is therefore proclaimed to all the inhabitants of the Earth. George Williamson, Other Tongues—Other Flesh, p.129.

and a smattering of some loose religious sentiments from this same book:

Watch ... the sorrows of Earth ... the Father's authority ... His will ... worry not ... serve the Infinite Father. Pity ... love ... pray ... for they know not what they do ... OTOF, p.516.

George Williamson's book is loaded with UFO communications. And the above quotations show very clearly that not only are the UFO entities very religious, but that they believe in a supreme being who created the universe. However they do hold a curious view of Evolution.

Their concept of Evolution appears to be a bit of a fruit salad:

Evolution is a fact, but does not, however, as so many assume, teach that man is descended from an ape or monkey. OTOF, p.242.
Man, therefore, came from races of angels mixed with beasts, ... OTOF, p.244.

The UFO entities and the space people clearly do not believe in the evolution of mankind as such. They do appear to believe in some form of evolution of life from the Creation but not of mankind.
Note: the Orion Confederation view is more in line with the religious group we support.

And if the UFO entities actually believe that man did not evolve but had to be brought into existence by the interaction of angels then this is a completely different view to the general concept of evolution.

So why the muddled views in the Paul movie?

Numerous scenes throughout the film deal with the controversy of Darwin and Evolution vs. Religion and Creationism, with the character of Paul the alien being the proverbial 'fly-in-the-ointment' of conservative Judeo-Christian doctrine. Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, who are atheists, have alluded in BBC Radio interviews they had wished to delve deeper into the controversy but cut several scenes short in favour of flow and timing on film.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_(film)

It appears that Simon Pegg and Nick Frost may very well be barking up the proverbial wrong tree with respect to their spiritual views and the UFO phenomenon.

The movie should be viewed as entertainment, and not the truth. After all, these are the guys who gave us Shaun of the Dead. You should not be expecting a documentary with actual facts about these sorts of things.

And if Simon and Nick want to delve deeper into this sort of controversy they may very well have to change their spiritual outlook a little!

And a link to Stephen's extended review of this movie and including some extra comments:
The Paul movie: a puzzling review

References

John A. Keel, OPERATION TROJAN HORSE: An exhaustive study of unidentified flying objects - revealing their source and the forces that control them, 1973, Abacus.

George Vandeman, Psychic Roulette, Pacific Press Publishing Assocation, 1973.

George Hunt Williamson, Other Tongues—Other Flesh, 1953, Amherst Press: Amherst, Wisconsin.
This book appears to be available in various formats: pdf, epub and directly on the web. There may be others. And they all appear to have different pagination. The pagination given here is for the epub version and is approximate.
Note: there are some simple typos in this book. Though there may be more, I have mainly encountered 3. And it is pretty obvious what they are meant to be. One quote I have corrected I just added [typo corrected]. The other 2 I haven't bothered, just done the correction. One original quote has _The Intruder_ when this obviously should have been in italic The Intruder. The other is very similar. These most likely are genuine typos as they both occur in my epub and pdf versions [from two completely different sources]. But one website I have looked at gives them in italic and most likely they just did the corrections like myself here.

UFOs: It Has Begun, 97 min - Documentary - 1976 (USA), Sandler Institutional Films, Inc.

Though John Keel and George Williamson are mentioned above in the Questions and Answers section, a bit more information about them is given in the following:

Who was John Keel?
John Alva Keel, born Alva John Kiehle (March 25, 1930 - July 3, 2009) was an American journalist and influential UFOlogist who is best known as author of The Mothman Prophecies.

In 1967, Keel popularized the term "Men In Black" in an article for the men's adventure magazine Saga, entitled "UFO Agents of Terror". According to Keel, he initially sought to explain UFOs as extraterrestrial visitations, but later abandoned this hypothesis. His third book, UFOs: Operation Trojan Horse published in 1970, linked UFOs to supernatural concepts such as monsters, ghosts and demons. Keel used the term "ultraterrestrials" to describe UFO occupants he believed to be non-human entities capable of taking on whatever form they want.

His 1975 book, The Mothman Prophecies was Keel's account of his investigation into alleged sightings in West Virginia of a huge, winged creature called the "Mothman." The book combines Keel's account of receiving strange phone calls with reports of mutilated pets and culminates with the December 15, 1967, collapse of the Silver Bridge across the Ohio River. The book was widely popularized as the basis of a 2002 film of the same name starring Richard Gere.

Prolific and imaginative, Keel was considered a significant influence within the UFO and Fortean genre.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Keel
Note: it is believed that the character Richard Gere plays in this movie, and actually named John, is loosely based on John Keel himself and his experiences in West Virginia. The movie also gives a fascinating insight into the workings and abilities of the ultraterrestrials.
The Mothman Prophecies is a 2002 psychological thriller film directed by Mark Pellington, based on the 1975 book of the same name by parapsychologist and Fortean author John Keel. ... The film stars Richard Gere as John Klein, a reporter who researches the legend of the Mothman.
The film claims to be based on actual events that occurred between November 1966 and December 1967 in Point Pleasant, West Virginia.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Mothman_Prophecies_(film)
Who was George Hunt Williamson?
George Hunt Williamson (December 9, 1926 - January 1986), aka Michael d'Obrenovic and Brother Philip, was one of the "four guys named George" among the mid-1950s contactees. The others were George Adamski, George King, and George Van Tassel. ...

Having read William Dudley Pelley's book Star Guests (1950), Williamson worked for a while for Pelley's cult organization, ...
Pelley had generated huge quantities of communications with "advanced intelligences" via automatic writing, and very clearly was an immediate inspiration to Williamson, who combined his fascination with the occult and with flying saucers by trying to contact flying saucer crews with a home-made Ouija board. ... Williamson and his wife, and fellow saucer believers Alfred and Betty Bailey, became regular visitors to Adamski's commune ...

The Williamsons and Baileys continued their Ouija-board sessions, getting their own personal revelations from the Space Brothers, which led to a drastic falling-out with Adamski.

In 1954, Williamson and Bailey published The Saucers Speak which emphasized supposed short-wave radio communications with friendly saucer pilots, but in fact depended for almost all its contents on the ouija-board sessions Bailey and Williamson held regularly from 1952 onward. ... Williamson also reveals that while most space aliens are helpful and good, there are some very bad ones hanging out near Orion and headed for earth in force, bent on conquest.

Williamson became a more obscure competitor to Adamski, eventually combining his own channelling and the beliefs of a small contactee cult ... to produce a series of books about the secret, ancient history of mankind: Other Tongues—Other Flesh (1957), Secret Places of the Lion (1958), UFOs Confidential with John McCoy (1958), Road in the Sky (1959) and Secret of the Andes (1961). These books, when not rewriting the Old and New Testaments to depict every important person as a reincarnation of one of only six or eight different "entities, ... and, according to Williamson, spacemen had also helped materially in the founding of the Jewish and Christian religions, impersonating "gods" and providing "miracles" when needed. Williamson spiced his books with additional Ouija-revelations to the effect that some South, Central and North American ancient civilizations actually began as colonies of human-appearing extraterrestrials. Williamson can be considered a more mystically-inclined forerunner of Erich von Däniken; Secret Places of the Lion also displays the clear and explicit influence of Immanuel Velikovsky.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Hunt_Williamson
Considering that John Keel has described these UFO entities as a bunch of evil liars and put-on artists it would do well for the general public to reject these suppositions especially the part about the group from Orion being very bad.

Further reflections on all of this:
Just about all of George Williamson's UFO communications appear to have come by ouija-board. The ouija-board is a tool that is well known to be used by mediums to communicate with the spirit world during a seance. It would appear that the UFO entities who were communicating with George Williamson were in reality just the plain old lying spirits that have been troubling the human race since the beginning of time. These supposed UFO entities are not space aliens visiting this planet in space craft as they would have us believe. In fact they are just the old lying spirits that are mentioned in the Bible and who spoke through people, just like in a seance. The Bible refers to these evil lying entities as spirits or demons or devils or fallen angels. Take your pick. And just like John Keel's "ultraterrestrials", they are non-human entities capable of taking on whatever form they want.

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Companion pages:
UFOs Operation Trojan Horse: some gems Here are some real gems from John Keel's book UFOs: Operation Trojan Horse. These quotations, taken as a sum, show the true nature of the phenomenon.

UFOs: THE ANSWER! UFO entities' hidden agenda for planet Earth finally revealed! Hidden in some UFO communications a message has been found that reveals their true hidden agenda for planet Earth!

The Paul movie—a puzzling review Why is this movie anti-religion and pro-Evolution? Actual UFO communications do not support the sentiments promulgated in this movie!

UFO ALIENS and DEMONOLOGY A challenge for those who want to believe in the UFO extraterrestrial theory. View these images and deny any relationship between demonology and space aliens!

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