TIM BECKLEY HIMSELF ATTEMPTS CONTACT
Not to be outdone by those he writes about, Tim Beckley himself has a story to tell about attempting to contact the Ultra-Terrestrials.
In the early 1980s, while in the U.K. to speak before an unofficial UFO discussion group at the House of Lords (a meeting organized by the 7th Earl of Clancarty, Brinsley Le Poer Trench, who was himself an originator of the ancient astronauts theory of UFOs), Beckley took a side trip to the small English town of Warminster, located on the heels of Salisbury Plain and Stonehenge in the southwest part of England.
“Warminster had been a UFO hotbed for quite a while before I got there,” Beckley said. “According to local testimony, it all began on a Christmas morning in 1964 when a pensioner on her way to church heard this horrific sound coming from all around her that sounded like a million bees buzzing. She soon found herself pressed to the ground by an invisible force. The sound was tied in with the sightings of various UFOs, which plagued the town for years and years.”
The sightings were concentrated around three hills in the area: Cradle Hill, Starr Hill and Cley Hill. All three hills had a history of unexplainable phenomena associated with them, including crop circles a century or more before the term was coined.
Beckley had been corresponding with Arthur Shuttlewood, the editor of the “Warminster Journal,” who regularly published local UFO reports but remained a skeptic himself.
That is, until Shuttlewood had a few sightings of his own, and became part of a regular series of sky-watches in the area, some of which were attended by celebrities like Mick Jagger and David Bowie. Some attendees felt that open contact had been established. On several occasions, the editor had beamed a powerful flashlight into the heavens that actually bounced a ray off the hull of a craft. Whoever was inside would seem to sway in the sky as if acknowledging his attempt to say hello.
Beckley arrived in Warminster and had lunch with the newspaperman and his sky-watch companion, a retired RAF pilot named Bob Strong, who showed Beckley a scrapbook filled with literally dozens of UFO photos showing craft of all shapes and sizes, from “railroad cars,” to huge, bat-like objects.
That night, Beckley and his compatriots saw several meteors streak across their line of vision. Around 10 P.M., they spotted something fairly high up that seemed to just be hovering above them. Shuttlewood went to the trunk of his car and pulled out his trusty flashlight, then pointed it at the object and flashed a light several times. He then offered the flashlight to Beckley, who also flashed it at the object.
“The reaction was tremendous,” Beckley recalled. “Every time we blinked at it, the UFO would sort of swing back and forth, like a pendulum would. It seemed to be looking down on us. Maybe it picked up our thoughts telepathically. I was told to keep a positive mind because that’s what the Ultra-Terrestrials seemed to respond to the most.”
The sky-watch went on for another 20 minutes or so and then it started to rain and clouds obscured the group’s view. When they saw nothing more, they retired for the evening.
“Had I made contact with a UFO?” Beckley still wonders. “I will never know for sure, but it did seem as if the object was under intelligent control and was responding to our request to prove it was not just an ‘ordinary object’ in the heavens. Another strange thing: We took several photos of Cradle Hill that night. When developed, one of them showed a strange phenomenon behind two of the witnesses – streaks or bolts of light which were not visible to the naked eye at the time and for which there is no explanation. There were no streetlamps or houses with porch lights nearby.”
For historical purposes we hereby provide an audio link provided to a public statement made by Arthur Shuttlewood at the time of all the Warminster hoopla.
DOING THE COMMUNICATION THING YOURSELF
“The Authentic Book of Ultra-Terrestrial Contacts” even includes instructions on building your own light-beam communicator, complete with schematic diagrams. But one should approach such communication attempts with caution, the book warns. You definitely want to make contact with the righteous side of “the Force,” to use an expression from the “Star Wars” movies.
The reality of the situation is that there are forces out there that do not
have mankind’s best interests at heart. As Tuella warns in her channeled message from Andromeda Rex, spiritual purity and love on the part of the seeker are required to make contact with the forces of good.
It’s been said that talking to God is perfectly fine, but if you hear him answer back, you’ve got problems. Hopefully that is not the case when it comes to communicating with the Ultra-Terrestrials. Perhaps there really are ways to establish voice contact with virtual angels, either telepathically or with the aid of a communicating device made according to instructions from the ones above. Any resulting conversations could be the salvation of us all.