- David Adair, former contract scientific consultant to NASA on UFO propulsion technology
- Colin Andrews, crop circles investigator
- Monsignor Corrado Balducci, Vatican unofficial TV spokesman for reality of close encounters with Star Visitors and their benign nature [RIP]
- Richard Boylan, Ph.D., psychologist/Star Visitors-encounters researcher, educator working with Star Kids and Star Seed adults
- Professor Courtney Brown, remote-viewer of UFOs and Star Visitors
- Scott Catamas, UFO investigative journalist-TV producer
- Major Gordon Cooper, USAF, (ret.), Apollo astronaut, UFO reality publicist
- Lt. Colonel Phillip Corso, USA., (ret.), custodian of retrieved parts from the Roswell UFO; a publicist of UFO reality
- James Courant, commercial pilot, UFO investigator-journalist
- Marc Davenport, UFO investigator/journalist
- Command Sgt.-Major Robert O. Dean, USA/NATO, (ret.), UFO reality publicist [RIP]
- James Deardorff, Ph.D. is not currently active, but was a respected scientist vouching for UFO reality.
- Timothy Good, sincere UFO investigator, but not sufficiently discriminant about disinformation from some of his sources
- Charles Hall, former USAF Airman stationed at Nellis AFB, Nevada who reported his interactions with the Tall Whites star race living there
- Leah Haley, experiencer, MILABS victim, author of UFO reality books
- Donna Tietze Hare, ex-NASA Johnson Space Center employee/discloser of a NASA cover-up involving altering of UFO photos, etc.
- Paola Harris, Italian photo-journalist, investigator and lecturer on UFO and Star Visitor reality
- Richard Hoagland, scientist, investigator of Star Visitor artifacts on Mars and the Moon
- Ruth Hover, Ph.D., LCSW, diligent researcher and therapist specializing in human-Star Visitor encounters [RIP]
- Jack Kasher, Ph.D., professor, UFO investigator
- Captain Guy Kirkwood, USAF, Special Projects (ret.), (aka Mel Noel ), UFO investigator, whistle blower
- Barbara Lamb, M.A., MFCC, psychotherapist/hypnotherapist-researcher into Star Visitor encounters
- Robert Lazar, former physicist at Los Alamos and Area 51/S-4, gives talks on and made a famous video on UFOs he worked on at Area 51 and Site S-4
- Roger Leir, D.P.M., investigator-extractor of supposed 'alien implants' (mostly actually Cabal MILABS artifacts)
- Michael Lindemann, UFO writer-publisher, lecturer
- John Mack, M.D., Harvard Psychiatry Professor, Star Visitors encounters researcher-therapist [RIP]
- Jesse Marcel, Jr., M.D., son of Army Intelligence officer at Roswell Army Air Corps Base who participated in crash retrieval, says UFOs are real
- Jim Marrs, investigative journalist, UFO reality publicist
- Jamie Mausson, Mexico investigative TV journalist-producer, UFO reality publicist
- Clark McClelland, ScO, Kennedy Space Center, revealer of UFO information
- Edgar Mitchell, Ph.D., Apollo astronaut, UFO reality publicist [RIP]
- Mary Rodwell, M.A., RN, Australian researcher specializing in close encounters, Star Kids and Star Seed adults
- Richard Sauder, Ph.D., underground bases investigator, UFO reality publicist
- Dan Sherman, Tech Sergeant, USAF, NSA (ret.), Star Visitors communications expert and UFO reality publicist
- R. Leo Sprinkle, Ph.D., psychologist, Star Visitors encounters researcher
- Colonel Wendelle Stevens, USAF (ret.), UFO investigator/journalist [RIP]
- Clifford Stone, Sergeant, U.S. Army, tells spending 22 years in the US Army as a part of an extremely elite and secret group that was rapidly dispatched to crash sites in order to recover UFO craft, Star visitor bodies, and artifacts.
- Michael Wolf, M.D., Ph.D., Sc.D., J.D., repentant member of NSC's Special Studies Group (aka MJ-12 Committee ), publicist of UFO-reality. [RIP]
QUICK TEST FOR DISINFORMATION
It is the nature of disinformation to be an enticing but deceptive brew of both true and false statements, cleverly interwoven so that the average reader cannot tell which is which without further research and finding solid sources.
Quick Test for Disinformation
It's disinformation if it has any of these four characteristics:
(1) Does it paint the Star Visitors in a bad light?
(2) Does it pick a particular star race to disparage?
(3) Does it insinuate bad motives for why the Star Visitors are here?
(4) Does the writer claim to "channel" one or more Star Visitors who supposed utter florid, extravagant, politicized, and/or sensationalized messages?
While not comprehensive, the above Quick Test will filter out about 95% of the disinformation and phony writings on the Internet and in pop magazines.
in the light,
Richard Boylan, Ph.D., Councillor
Richard Boylan, Ph.D., LLC