Sunday, May 25, 2003


You discover all sorts of useful sites at 4 in the morning. Take this one for example; Stop Alien Abductions.

As you might well surmise I was especially interested in how this might be accomplished given my theory dealing with the possibility of memory loss due to alien tampering.

The site is apparently run by an enterprising gentleman called Michael Menkin. Mr Menkin's expressed objective is not financial but rather to render a public service by teaching people how to make thought screen helmets.

He explains; 'All wars fought until now were "technology wars." Wars were technological superiority were decisive.

Since we are being invaded by an alien force from another world, we have a different kind of war. Our war with these beings is one of mind control, mind scan, and telepathic control, as reported by Bud Hopkins, David Jacobs and Raymond Fowler. I call this type of conflict "telepathic war" to differentiate if from a "technology war." A "telepathic war" uses telepathy as a weapon in addition to the machines of a "technology war".'

The site is chock full of testimonials and the like. Constucting the thought screen helmet is astonishingly easy.

Here's what you'll need:

1* A little dexterity
2* A pair of scissors
3* Felt tipped Highlighter
4* Felt tipped pen or grease pencil
5* Sharp knife
6* Yardstick and 18" ruler
7* Paper pattern which you will make
8* Back side of dinner plate or other smooth surface such as a large piece of plastic or varnished wood that you can adhere strips of tape to. Cut many strips of tape and stick them on the surface, then remove them to tape Velostat to the hat as you make the thought screen.

He does caution however, that you shouldn't 'substitute the Velostat shielding with other materials. The Velostat made by 3M works!' and that if your helmet gets a wee warm you may 'punch some holes in the top with an a sharp instrument but be careful about the size and number of the holes. A large amount of holes may limit the shielding capability.'

5 Ninjas, 1 Kitten and a Fifth of Vodka!