Posts Tagged ‘Aliens’
At the intersection of Star Wars, George Noory and Doctor Demento is UFO Phil. He is bald and wears a blue jumpsuit, yellow vest and yellow shorts and that’s the most normal aspect of his personality. I first heard UFO Phil on “Jeremiah Greer Live” on Teancity Radio and “Tha Jackal’s Head” and I spent much of the time laughing. Click on the links highlighted here, give it five minutes and you’ll “get it,” especially as Phil celebrates the Christmas season with his latest single.
I have to admit, as an early Christmas present to myself, I wanted to interview Phil, so I immediately hopped on Facebook and harassed him until he agreed to an interview. We spoke over Skype on Sunday, Dec. 11, and we talked Christmas and the goal of his message which is three fold:
1. Warn people about the invasion from Bad Aliens.
2. Give Phil money.
For a little background, Phil was born Phil Hill and he grew up outside Roswell, New Mexico. His parents were abducted and it led to an interest in extraterrestrials. He soon earned the nickname “UFO Phil.” Because of Phil’s interest in UFOs, he was bullied.
“Can you keep a secret?” he asked. “I had two five year old girls bully me, and one of them kneed me in the stomach. What would you do if you were kneed in the stomach, especially so soon after lunch?” Both girls ended up wearing regurgitated cheeseburgers, tater tots and chocolate milk.
However, because of Phil’s connection with galactic forces outside of Earth’s atmosphere, he found friendship with the alien Zaxon. Zaxon came down and implanted a chip in Phil’s brain turning Phil into an amazing musician. “Zaxon is always about the message of love and forgiveness,” said Phil. “But only after they’ve been punished.”
Phil promised he would hold no grudges and he would offer the hand of friendship, but it wouldn’t be a bad idea to see the two five-year-old girls grown up, kicked in the stomach and forced to upchuck cheeseburgers, tater tots and chocolate milk.
However, Phil, who speaks for Zaxon, said both beings are concerned about a group of aliens holding a grudge against humanity and are currently seeking to destroy the planet Earth. “I want to warn the world about the Bad Aliens,” said Phil. “They can be here tomorrow.”
The best way to warn humanity is through music. “I am all about spreading the message of Zaxon and the Good Aliens,” he said. For several years, Phil has been writing songs for years such as “Christmas on the Moon.”
“Can you keep a secret?” he said. “I wrote ‘Christmas on the Moon’ to give a history of why the Bad Aliens hate us,” said Phil. In the song he details how aliens live on the moon that stood anywhere from three inches to three feet high. “When Neil Armstrong landed, he ended up stepping on many of the aliens. Whether he meant to or not, he did and now they are mad at us.”
He said what viewers saw on their televisions in 1969 of Armstrong walking on the moon was a tape delay. NASA used the delay to clean up the footage. “They photoshopped the footage so that way people back on Earth could not see the blood and guts,” said Phil. But he was assured by Zaxon it really happened.
Phil is hoping that Zaxon’s message of peace will reverberate on both sides of the war. “Zaxon is a very good alien and he does not like to hurt people. If someone attacks him, he will deflect the powers and turn the energy positive and reflects it back to the attacker. Should that not work, he’d probably kill them,” said Phil.
But in the meantime, folks are encouraged to find strength in the subliminal messages that are in Phil’s music, such as “Christmas on the Moon.” While his videos are on YouTube.com (click here for his channel), his music is available on download at iTunes.
“I know right now things are tough economically, so if people email me the song they want, I will email to them for free,” he said. “But I want them to send me money.”
Can you, the reader, keep a secret? You don’t need to give Phil money for a song, though he said he would graciously accept money or a big check. “I would go to Zaxon, but I have already asked him for money and I don’t like going to the same people over and over, so I will graciously accept it.”
I mean what is more in tune with the Christmas spirit than giving? Either way, at least watch UFO Phil’s movie at his site and give him a chance.
Can you keep a secret? If you listen to him, you will enjoy him.
Want to hear Don’s conversation with UFO Phil? Check it out at UFO Phil’s You Tube channel here.
All images and interview recordings between UFO Phil and Don Smith courtesy of UFO Phil.
If the title alone makes you think I’m talking about the next science fiction film, let me assure you – I’m not.
According to cnet.com and a quick blurb that appeared on the Fox News Channel this afternoon, an unidentified object that’s strikingly similar to a spherical UFO has been found at the bottom of the Baltic Sea.
If that’s not interesting enough, perhaps these facts will grab you. According to Peter Lindberg (the expedition leader), sonar images are showing the object has a diameter of 60 meters (196 feet), and there is evidence of actual skid marks where it may have hit underwater and slid before stopping.
The Ocean Explorer team made the find. They’re an experienced group of Swedish salvagers who have already found relics on the bottom of the ocean floor and rescued them from the watery depths (for example, rare and very expensive champagne). Unfortunately due to lack of funds they were unable to continue with this investigation, but thankfully due to donations that have been pouring in they’re now in a better financial place where they can – and will – revisit the area.
Could this be a UFO? Or is there a less extra-terrestrial explanation? While there are those who are skeptical and believe it could be a weather balloon, rock, etc., others aren’t so quick to discount the possibility that this could be proof of life from other planets visiting our own.
As more news develops, we’ll be sure to bring it to you.
In the meantime, what do you believe? Is it an abandoned, underwater archeological site, a boulder or something more?
You might be surprised to learn this from a self-processed sci-fi lover, but I never really considered the possibility of life on other planets. I thought it was equivalent to believing in ghosts; you can choose to or not without much consequence. See, I had grown up hearing “news” stories of little grey aliens kidnapping and anal probing helpless human victims while they sleep, but I never really could come to terms with that. I mean, look at it from their perspective – if you’ve seen one rectum, you’ve seen them all, wouldn’t you think? So I wasn’t really convinced that there was the possibility of alien life.
Something changed when I watched the movie Contact. I remember Jodie Foster’s line toward the end of the movie. A little boy asks her if there’s a such thing as aliens and she said (paraphrasing) how it’d be very egotistical of us to believe that we were the only life forms in the universe. That line struck a chord with me. I realized where my error was; maybe there actually ARE other types of life in the universe.
Still refusing to believe in the stereotypical anal-obsessed grey aliens, I started to at least become somewhat open to the idea that Earth isn’t the only planet that has life on it. At the urging of my husband, I decided to watch an episode of Ancient Aliens on the History Channel. I sat down thinking I knew it all. Who built the ancient pyramids of Egypt? Easy peasy – slave labor, of course. The narrator informed me, and I’m sure other skeptics who were watching, that we couldn’t have been more wrong.
I learned that ancient alien theorists believe that early contact was made with different peoples here on Earth thousands of years ago, which contributed to the building of landmarks and often impossible-to-replicate wonders. The things we see today – pyramids, intricate carvings in stone, colossal statues, Stonehenge, etc. are impossible for us to reproduce with the technology we have present day. Couple that with religious texts and journals which demonstrate early peoples had contact with more advanced civilization and we’re left with a choice.
We can choose to believe that these ancient civilizations somehow managed to become more advanced than we are today and their secret technology has become lost to time. Or we can believe that aliens were in contact with them and taught them how to accomplish many architectural tasks they would’ve never been able to complete without this extraterrestrial technology.
I used to believe the former; that indigenous peoples had special unknown technology that vanished with the progression of time. But when I started seeing evidence of ancient texts talking about unknown entities mixing with these early civilizations, I was floored. It’s easy to explain away ancient marvels, but how do you dismiss the writings of those who are seeing “flying machines?”
Needless to say, I’ve converted. I embrace the idea of aliens mixing with early cultures, helping them establish their place in the world. For the record though, I still resist the concept of those almond eyed aliens.
What’s your take on this issue? Comment below!