Out There

Provocative interview with early UFO contactee George van Tassel

George van Tassel was an early contactee who believed that he had received technical information about UFO propulsion. Using this information as the basis for his plans, he built a structure now called the Integratron in the Mojave Desert. He was unable to finish it, but it remains in the desert, a monument to a remarkable dream. This rare interview with van Tassel offers fascinating insight into his ideas, so of which contains provocative echoes of modern propulsion technology.

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Mr Van Tassel must have the patience of Job to put up with the fool that was interviewing or rather 'grilling' him. George comes across as an intelligent and thoughtful man that tells of his encounter in a straightforward manner without any embellishments of any kind whatsoever. I for one believe him completely. It's a shame that he never got to finish his time travel instrument and I can only assume it is because he died before it was finished. Dealing with blatant skeptics is never easy for those of us that have had encounters with E.T.s which is why so many people just stop telling others of their own encounters. Mankind is slowing waking up to the fact that we are just a tiny part of an enormous contingent of intelligent beings living and exploring the universe. I keep having more and more dreams while asleep of the day (or night in my dreams) when the skies will be full of many different flying craft or UFO's, showing themselves to all of us in such a way that we can no longer keep our heads buried in the sand regarding other life forms. I for one look forward to that day and am filled with excitement !

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