Behind the UFOs

OPENING THE UFO BORDERS

By:

Steve Erdmann 

Copyright, C, Steve Erdmann and Alternate Perception Magazine

This article was previously published in the March 2019 issue of Alternate Perceptions Magazine.
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It is published here again with permission.
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“Brent Raynes has been investigating and researching UFOs since 1967. He is the author of Visitors from Hidden Realms and the editor of Alternate Perceptions Magazine. Brent has traveled extensively across the US and into Canada interviewing numerous witnesses and researchers. He has taken a comprehensive global and historical perspective on the Ufological landscape. He has also participated in Native American rituals and ceremonies, gaining valuable insights and information from his interactions with these wisdom keepers. Brent is able to make revealing comparisons between the interrelated experiences and disciplines of parapsychology, shamanism, Jungian archetypes, and ufology.”

Brent Raynes – Paranormalist

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Brent Raynes and wife.

Descriptions of UFOs seem as varied as do descriptions of the “science” that supposedly investigates them, but everything that pertains to UFOs is suddenly also in flux and question.  The fifteen authors that have contributed essays in this book on the problematic situations and solutions to the aerial mystery agree strongly on one thing: New and radical changes to the modes of investigation need to come about.

(UFOs: REFRAMING THE DEBATE, edited by Robbie Graham, White Crow Books, 3 Hova Villas Hove, BN 33DH, United Kingdom; http://www.whitecrowbooks; info@whitecrowbooksa.com; 2017, 262 pages, $17.99.)

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“Arthur C. Clarke once wrote that any sufficiently advanced technology would be indistinguishable from magic,” says Red Pill Junkie.  “Perhaps he forgot to consider how any sufficiently advanced mentality would equally be indistinguishable from madness.  In the search for the other by which to gauge our own self, what we’re really hoping for is a mirror depiction of our own expectations only slightly ahead of us such that it may still be comprehensible.  Yet a truly alien mind would be from our own earthly perspective, and by the definition of the word, crazy…carnivalesque hall of mirrors….” (p. 152, italics added) 

Red Pill Junkie sees comparisons to the “Joker” in batman and the Dark Knight movies and other Trickster Phenomena such as Indrid Cold of the tales of the 1960s Mothman flap.

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Physicist Dr. Harley Rutledge discusses the 1973 Piedmont, Missouri UFO Flap
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Progressing truly into the UFO Matrix takes both guts and creativity, says Lorin Cutts: “Within the UFO and paranormal experiences, there does appear to be some kind of an external intelligence interacting with us in a variety of ways.  Yet, for obvious reasons, the nonsense and Trickster elements are all too often overlooked.  Certainly building any kind of literal belief system round the UFO contact experience would – to say the very least – appear hugely problematic” (p.79).

By ignoring or negating the parapsychological aspect of UFOs, large portions of science are muted as puzzle pieces. There is no doubt that the UFO Mystery is “multi-casual” and needs to be approached differently.

“Currently, the testimonies of UFO witnesses that describe corresponding high-strange and paranormal events are often ignored or met with ridicule,” says Susan Demeter – St. Clair, “from ufologists who rather not deal with the more bizarre aspects of UFO reports, and the professional skeptic organizations who are open to anything other than the Null hypothesis…in my opinion, is a big mistake.” (p. 169) 

COLLECTIVE SOCIAL REALITY 

The fifteen essayists “leave no stone upturned.” M.J. Banias says the problem is much larger than any physical “Silence Group.”  It is deeply ideological. 

“There is no secret society that has imprisoned UFO discourse; rather, it is our collective social reality, governed by the mechanisms of modern capitalist ideology, that has done so…Today, science is no longer counter-cultured, but is now the arbiter of mainstream culture, the self-proclaimed hub by which all knowledge is.  Ironically, science has become what it rebelled against.” (pp. 133, 135) 

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M . J  Banias.

MJ Banias is an educator, writer and blogger. He was a former field investigator with the Mutual UFO Network, has been featured on multiple podcasts and radio shows, and contributes to Mysterious Universe and RoguePlanet.  His work has been included in Fortean TimesFATE Magazine, and in a book entitled UFOs: Reframing the Debate.  He is the author of The UFO People: A Curious Culture. He lives in Canada with his wife, two children, and a massive  cat.  To learn more, visit:www.TerraObscura.net.

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Banias talks about some of the prevailing elements “distorting” amateurs that affect ufology: Corporate influence is one, and the “ideological constructs” which our present society operates under, is another. 

“We have given ‘science’ a sort of anthropomorphic consciousness,” says Banias, “but science is not a literal ‘thing,’ rather, it is a collection of socially accepted ideological constructs, methods and mechanisms, financially controlled by economic and political forces…various established organizations…a wide range of agendas.” (p. 137) 

Smiles Lewis suggests there is a real “ParaCryptoufology” phenomenon that exists and is seen through a Gaian consciousness, but, at the same time, is being manipulated by covert earth agencies for their own hidden purposes. 

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“This is the problem I have with most people who claim to have an answer to the UFO phenomenon. They pick a theory, but it only fits part of the data,” says Lewis. “That’s also why I advocate for a multi-theory interpretation of the UFO phenomenon. I don’t think there is any one explanation that accounts for all the data; in fact, many of the ideas I’m going to talk about would provide the perfect cover for such traditional extraterrestrial encounters.” (p. 110) 

The end result of such an ‘alliance’ with the UFO denizens and earthly agencies could be seen in the “psychotronic mind-influencing techniques” connected to a “Cyber-biological-Planetary Poltergeist” in ways similarly to which science-fiction foresaw as a worldwide phenomenon of “earth energies” that evil minds about the globe have “hijacked by human agencies for nefarious purposes.” 

“It is clear that quite a wide variety of human agencies have manipulated the superstition and myths surrounding stories of contact with non-human entities – folklore has been weaponized as a means to various ends,” says Lewis, and Lewis spreads a wide blanket of information in his essay (p. 127). 

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People are waiting for some kind of “disclosure” or “physical evidence” that will prove the reality of UFOs.   Micah Hanks offers more definitive “categorization” of the phenomenon, adding many additions such as “experimental aircraft,” “drones,” “psychological components,” and several others. 

“Obviously, science and, more importantly, the scientific method, rest at the cusp of what I seek to address in the present missive,” says Hanks.  “Hence, in pointing out the adoption of a scientific ‘scientism’ amidst the modern skeptic movement is not to detract from the proper application of science by any means…perhaps more answers than we have managed to attain previously.” (p. 74) 

Joshua Cutchin says that to approach the subject as to whether UFOs are nothing but nuts and bolts extraterrestrial space ships (N & B/ETH) would be a mistake: 

“While plenty of cases superficially support the N & B/ETH view, its materialist foundations are shaken when confronted with the High Strangeness characteristics of a majority of UFO Close Encounters,” says Cutchin.  “Alleged ‘alien’ abductees report profound synchronicities manifesting in their lives, battle poltergeist phenomenon in their homes, and occasionally encounter loved ones during their brief sojourn to the Other World.” (p. 51) 

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Joshua Cutchin – Researcher
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Cutchin’s astute essay pinpoints many over-looked areas, and especially how “materialistic science” is a fading science being divorced by current evidences of psychic phenomena in a growingly “brick-by-brick” paradigm. Cutchin notes multiple studies by scientists such as Rupert Sheldrake, Daryl Bem, Ian Stevenson, Pim Van Lommel, Alex Tsakiris, and a ‘slew’ of others that say a new world of “psi acceptance domino chains” will eventually rewrite the “rule book” and finally explain many UFO episodes (pp. 55-59). 

Researchers, such as Lorin Cutts, go further and say that “almost everything you think you know about flying saucers is wrong.” 

“We should start to study all aspects of non-standard human experience together,” says Cutts.  “We can no long continue to treat the UFO phenomena as separate from other paranormal, spiritual, religious, esoteric, highly synchronistic or other currently uncategorized phenomena.  Whether we utilize science or also include other methodologies and philosophies, one thing is certain: we need to stop trying to fit that UFO subject into what we want or expect it to be.” (p. 87) 

Cutts blasts “current scientific understanding” as a societal “paper god” that just can’t presently confront in-coming “magical, high strangeness” and experiences that “mystify and confuse!”  New pathways and new escape routes, says Cutts, are needed (pp. 89-90). 

In his own personal experiences Mike Clelland sees UFOs and related phenomena as a “confusing collision of over lapping experiences, a mess of twists and turns,” as the various threads of “synchronicity spill over to the edges.” 

Researchers tend to look upon the UFOs in tight, tidy visions about visiting space ships, says Clelland, but “it’s equally important to look beyond the physical clues…We are dealing with a phenomenon that can seep its way into our reality in ways that are both outlandish and profound.” (pp. 28-30). 

In a distorted, vain, and miscalculated, search for “respectability” and the “perfect case,” says Greg Bishop, “we have backed ourselves into a corner” by routinely ignoring the “fields of psychology, physiology, and even the emerging discipline of information theory” which should be included (pp. 189-191). 

“Can we get ourselves out of the equation to see the phenomenon for what it really is, if there is such a thing?” Adds Bishop, “If there is a non-human consciousness interacting with us, occasionally, there is probably no way to see them except in relation to us.” (p. 205) 

UFO stories come to us out of every culture, says Bishop, in the symbols of “dragons, phoenixes, pearls, holy spirits, saints, giant tanks, honey-combed spider-webbed ships, glowing orbs, triangles with red lights, and football field-sized platforms that block out whole chunks of the sky.” (p. 211) 

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.Methods of investigation have been “haphazard,” “quite harmful,” and witness stories have exploded into “an orgy of squabbles over belief systems, and the wringing of hands over the imminence of government Disclosure.” (ibid) 

There are many fundamental problems and influences that have “distorted” ufology from its beginning, says Jack Brewer, ranging from deceptive opportunists to “charlatans,” (p. 42) to “involvement in the intelligence community” (p. 39), including “the long-arm of the CIA and its UFO-related interest.” (p. 38) 

“To reframe the debate, effectively, and competently, we must not only acknowledge that such dynamics are happening,” says Brewer, “but make consistent decisions to swim against the undertow and be more of the solution than the problem.” 

Brewer suggests better “methods” that will allow researchers to get to the “heart” of the phenomenon: “We would be wise to drop preconceived notions to the best of our abilities.” (p. 47) 

LOOK BEYOND STRUCTURES 

Ryan Sprague says that now is the time for an “expansion of awareness” and move past the mentality we are dealing solely with “nuts and bolts” and “physical analysis” and seek “newly-disclosed perception” which stretches the limits of our perceptional reality. 

“It may be that our established modes of logic limit us so greatly that we can’t fully comprehend the monster we created,” says Sprague. “We must ultimately face the fact that, at some point, the awareness of that monster is going to shape and mold our consciousness completely, moving forward.” 

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Smiles Lewis sees different “origins” of the UFO phenomena in the style of the “Controllers,” “agent provocateurs,” and governmental suspects that are fond of using “psychotronic mind control devices” in “the lens of covert-ops and deception” (pp. 121-122).   MK-Ultra, Project Blue Bird, Project Monarch, Rand Projects, and others that very well have been realized in certain UFO cases such as classical episodes of The Flatwoods Monster of 1952, the Antonio Vilas Boas case of 1957, Barney and Betty Hill case of 1961, and several others of this semblance. 

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But a real phenomenon exists beneath the human nefariousness and shenanigans, says Lewis, and has connected somewhere along the line of activity as a “cyber-biological planetary poltergeist.”  Lewis highlights The Excalibur Briefing by Thomas Bearden:  

“He, too, describes the onion-like aspect of the collective unconscious or the Akashic records and this idea that we could be interacting through these phenomena,” says Lewis, “through the transpersonal channel that I’ve been trying to describe here – with various aspects of our own individual unconscious, the collective unconscious of the entire species or, as he breaks if down, to family, city, state, creed, nations, race, geographical area, species, biosphere, and the universal.” (p. 116) 

Lorin Cutts points to the Yakima, Washington UFO “hot spot” as a classical case-in-point.   Like so many other “hot spots,” there is a need to utilize cutting-edge technology such as super-high resolution cameras.   But Cutts suggest the bigger mystery would be to “measure” the human experience with emphasis on the interaction with the subconscious mind (p. 87). 

When Joshua Cutchin speaks on such “elements,” he is reminded of magician Aleister Crowley’s 1918 summation of an entity called “Lam,” a typical Grey alien, asking us to “move beyond materialism” towards a “non-dogmatic Gnosticism.” 

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Aleister Crowley’s Depiction of “Lam”

“…the materialist paradigm will fall apart given time,” says Cutchin, “and consciousness studies are the proverbial star…” (pp. 61-62) 

Sunday, March 10, 2013 was Mike Clelland’s “Confirmation Event.” When returning from a UFO conference, Clelland and a friend decided to camp along the Utah roadside. Later, he awoke to see a giant round structure on top of a nearby hill that appeared to have a ring of lights around it. He observed it about an hour, assuming it was a large home. 

Clelland went back to that exact spot where the “home” should have existed: nothing was there. Clelland did find that three unusual or paranormal events fell along a 231- mile-long-straight line, including a ‘point’ where one of the events had previously occurred outside of Dolores, Colorado in the Spring of 2010, reminiscent of Aime Michel’s Flying Saucers and the Straight Line Mystery.

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“Synchronicities, more psychic flashes, number sequences, and coyotes,” says Clelland, “all play a part in this frenetic narrative…it’s not just one isolated event; it’s a lot of them…” (pp. 20-21) 

Robert Brandstetter recounts a UFO experience in 1977 that happened to him and a friend outside an ice rink in Northern Ontario. “…two classic illuminated and seemingly metallic ships descend…” within the distance of telephone pole height. Multi-colored lights were around the perimeter. They were completely silent. One object went back to join its partner UFO after passing over a neighborhood house; there were many witnesses. The two objects ascended at an incredible speed and faded into the stars (pp. 222-223). 

Brandstetter claims several extraordinary experiences; one such happening was in 2005 when he observed an object in the sky while he was meditating while walking in the woods, the environment seemed to change about him, “transforming the woods into a surreal aquatic phantasmagoria” resulting in the meeting of a “strange woman.” 

Greg Bishop relates four UFO incidents that do not match comfortably “into a standard narrative.” One case involved Jerry Townsend of Long Prairie, Minnesota which on October 23, 1965 sighted a 40-foot “rocket” standing on three ‘fins’ in the middle of the road. Three small figures that looked like “beer cans on two legs” waddled over to him and balanced themselves on a third leg. They soon disappeared back into the “rocket” which then took off with a “humming” sound, disappearing in the sky.

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THE UFO CRUX IS PERSONAL

The more “traditional stances” to the UFO question (at least those who seem to hold tinges of old-fashioned skepticism) can be seen in the essays of Curt Collins and Chris Rutkowski.   Rutkowski believes that “proper science” is being contaminated by overbearing “UFO zealots” who distort the field and are actually a fantastical “religion” that needs to be ‘negated’ to a separate track of inquiry and apart all together (p. 15). 

Curt Collins examines the November 2013 Roswell Slides case of a purported body of a photographed, retrieved small alien.  A Roswell Slides Research Group was formed and it was composed of numerous skeptics, cynics, even debunkers and some other professional people who diligently investigated the slides as a Task Force, eventually discovering the photos to be an earthly mummified body of a two-year-old boy (pp. 106-108). 

Rutkowski denotes the need for finding hard, cold facts; Collins stresses this also along with good ‘teamwork.’   The conundrum, however, is: What if this does not encompass ‘all’ the evidence and information, and what if it is guided by faulty, fundamental logic and methods that are not attached to the ‘latest’ philosophy and reason? 

Greg Bishop says there are other ways to look at this.   “We labor under this heavy legacy, but it does not have to be so,” says Bishop. “A conscious effort should be made not to assign any origin or meaning to these encounters, because we may have been fooling ourselves for so long about what they are that we have backed ourselves into a corner.” 

The fields of psychology, physiology, and also “information theory,” even Pyrrhonism, are needed (pp. 191-192). 

Ryan Sprague concludes that “new paths” depend on up-coming UFOlogists. Despite their scientific grounding or their metaphysical knowledge, they must give us their time, knowledge, and resources to live with a “foot in each camp.” 

“We must look beyond the structures we’ve helped create,” Sprague stresses again, “and bring life to a monster we want neither to destroy nor resurrect ever again. We must let it live on its own terms and in its own image.” (p.187) 

Other literature:

“Jacques Vallée, one of the first to research the covert manipulation of the UFO scenario by official agencies, concluded: ‘someone is going to an awful lot of trouble to convince the world that we are threatened by beings from outer space.’   But how does this fit in with his Magonian hypothesis? Vallée presented his most explicit statement of the big picture in the story-line of his 1996 novel Fastwalker (written with Tracy Tormé): a powerful group of human conspirators know that the UFO phenomenon is created by entities from a parallel world, but they aim to convince world leaders and the global population of the existence of ‘aliens’ – and then position themselves as the world’s go-betweens.
“Which is basically our own view of the case of the Council of Nine: they have the stamp of the Ultraterrestrial all over them – clowns, conmen and cosmic jokers – but there is also the pernicious presence of very human agencies lurking in the background. The joke is on all those who follow the Ultraterrestrials, however they choose to manifest themselves or however their human allies choose to present them to us.   But, as history has shown, it may be no laughing matter.”
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007- Henchmen of James Bond Villains … & How They Died!

 

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Ian Fleming’s James Bond novels and films are notable for their memorable villains and henchmen.  Each Bond villain has numerous henchmen to do their bidding.

There is typically one particularly privileged henchman who poses a formidable physical threat to Bond and must be defeated in order to reach the employer.  These range from simply adept and tough fighters, such as Donald ‘Red’ Grant, to henchmen whose physical characteristics are seemingly superhuman, such as Jaws.

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Eon Productions henchmen 

Sean Connery Era

(1962–67, 1971)

Dr. No

  • Professor R. J. Dent (Anthony Dawson) – Shot by Bond
  • Miss Taro (Zena Marshall) – Arrested
  • Mr. Jones (Reginald Carter) – Poisons self
  • Annabel Chung (Marguerite LeWars) – Alive
  • Sister Lily (Yvonne Shima) – Unknown
  • Sister Rose (Michel Mok) – Unknown
  • “Three Blind Mice” (Eric Coverley, Charles Edghill and Henry Lopez) – Die in car crash
  • Chen (Anthony Chinn) – Strangled by Bond

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KGB Colonel Rosa Kleb

Soviet Traitor – Spectre Operative 

From Russia with Love 

  • Donovan ‘Red’ Grant (Robert Shaw) – Garrotted by Bond
  • Kronsteen (Vladek Sheybal) – Poisoned by Morzeny
  • Morzeny (Walter Gotell) – Blown up by Bond
  • Krilencu (Fred Haggerty) – Shot by Kerim Bey
  • Rhoda (Peter Brayham) – Unknown
  • Commissar Benz (Peter Bayliss) – Shot by Grant
  • General Vassili (Unknown) – Unknown
  • Koslovoski (Unknown) – Unknown

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Gert Fröbe

Goldfinger 

Emilio Largo (Adolfo Celi)

Thunderball 

  • Fiona Volpe (Luciana Paluzzi) – Accidentally shot by henchman
  • Count Lippe (Guy Doleman) – Blown up by a masked Fiona using a motorcycle equipped with a rocket launcher.
  • Mr. Vargas (Philip Locke) – Harpooned by Bond
  • Mr. Janni (Michael Brennan) – Knocked out by Bond, implied killed when Disco Volante runs aground and explodes
  • Pr. Ladislav Kutze (George Pravda) – Changes sides, unknown
  • Angelo Palazzi (Paul Stassino) – Drowned by Largo
  • Quist (Bill Cummings) – Fed to sharks by Largo
  • Ricardo (Ian Bulloch) – Unknown
  • Colonel Jacques Bouvar (Rose Alba and Bob Simmons) – Strangled by Bond
  • SPECTRE Agent No. 5 (Philip Stone) – Survives
  • SPECTRE Agent No. 7 (Cecil Cheng) – Survives
  • SPECTRE Agent No. 9 (Clive Cazes) – Electrocuted by Blofeld after being found guilty of embezzlement
  • SPECTRE Agent No. 10 (André Maranne) – Survives
  • SPECTRE Agent No. 11 (Murray Kash) – Survives

You Only Live Twice 

  • Mr. Osato (Teru Shimada) – Shot by Blofeld
  • Helga Brandt (Karin Dor) – Fed to piranhas by Blofeld for her failure to kill Bond
  • Hans (Ronald Rich) – Fed to piranhas by Bond
  • SPECTRE Agent No. 3 (Burt Kwouk) – Killed through unknown means
  • SPECTRE Agent No. 4 (Michael Chow) – Unknown
  • Henderson Assassin (Unknown) – Stabbed by Bond
  • Bedroom Assassin (David Toguri) – Shot by Bond
  • Bamboo Assassin (Unknown) – Stabbed with his own weapon by Bond
  • Security Guard (Unknown) – Shot by Bond

Diamonds Are Forever 

George Lazenby era (1969) 

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

  • Fräulein Irma Bunt (Ilse Steppat) – Thought to have died in car crash, later survives
  • Grunther (Yuri Borienko) – Pushed against nail bed by Tracy Bond
  • Gumbold (James Bree) – Unknown
  • Braun (George Lane Cooper) – Shot by Bond
  • Felsen (Leslie Crawford) – Unknown
  • Josef (Joseph Vasa) – Unknown
  • Ruby Bartlett (Angela Scoular) – Unknown
  • Nancy (Catherine Schell) – Unknown
  • Helen (Julie Ege) – Unknown
  • Strangled SPECTRE Skier (George Leech) – Fell to his death

Roger Moore era (1973–85)

Live and Let Die

Tee Hee Johnson (Julius W. Harris) – Thrown from train by Bond

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  • Geoffrey Holder

  • Baron Samedi

  • Pushed into coffin full of snakes, later shown to have survived

  • Whisper (Earl Jolly Brown) – Bond locks him into a capsule, unknown
  • Simone Latrelle (Solitaire) (Jane Seymour) – Changed sides, loses her powers, survived
  • Rosie Carver (Gloria Hendry) – Shot by one of Kananga’s scarecrows
  • Adam (Tommy Lane) – Blown up inside a ship
  • Sales Girl (Kubi Chaza) – Alive
  • Dambala (Michael Ebbin) – Shot by Bond
  • Cab Driver (Arnold Williams) – Alive
  • New Orleans Assassin (Alvin Alcorn) – Alive
  • Jazz Funeral Procession (Olympia Brass Band) – Alive

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The Man with the Golden Gun

  • Nick Nack (Hervé Villechaize) – Arrested
  • Andrea Anders (Maud Adams) – Changed sides, shot by Scaramanga
  • Hai Fat (Richard Loo) – Hired Scaramanga; later shot by Scaramanga
  • Kra (Sonny Caldinez) – Fell into vat of liquid helium after Goodnight hit him with a spanner
  • Chula (Chan Yiu Lam) – Alive
  • Lazar (Marne Maitland) – Alive

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The Spy Who Loved Me

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 Hugo Drax 

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Moonraker

  • Jaws (Richard Kiel) – Changed sides, survived
  • Chang (Toshiro Suga) – Thrown through a clockface and crash lands on a piano
  • Blonde Beauty (Irka Bochenko) – Dies when Space Base blows up
  • Museum Guide (Anne Lonnberg) – Dies when Space Base blows up
  • La Signorina del Mateo (Chichinou Kaeppler) – Dies when Space Base blows up
  • Lady Victoria Devon (Françoise Gayat) – Dies when Space Base blows up
  • Countess Labinsky (Catherine Serre) – Dies when Space Base blows up
  • Mademoiselle Deladier (Béatrice Libert) – Dies when Space Base blows up
  • Apollo Jet Hostess (Leila Shenna) – Unknown
  • Apollo Jet Pilot (Jean-Pierre Castaldi) – Fell to his death
  • Tree assassin (Guy Delorme) – Shot by Bond
  • Corinne Dufour (Corinne Clery) – Torn apart by Drax’s dogs

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For Your Eyes Only

  • Emile Leopold Locque (Michael Gothard) – Pushed off cliff in his car after being shot in the shoulder
  • Erich Kriegler (John Wyman) – Defenestrated by Bond
  • Hector Gonzales (Stefan Kalipha) – Killed by Melina Havelock
  • Claus (Charles Dance) – Harpooned by Columbo’s man
  • Apostis (Jack Klaff) – stabbed with pike by Bond and falls off mountain
  • Countess Lisl von Schlaf (Cassandra Harris) – Ran over by Locque
  • Helicopter Pilot (George Sweeney)- electrocuted through headset by his employer
  • Mantis Man (Graham Hawkes) – Vehicle exploded
  • Kristatos’ Henchman (George Leech) – Eaten by sharks

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Octopussy

  • Gobinda (Kabir Bedi) – Falls off plane
  • Mischka (David Meyer) – Killed by Bond
  • Grischka (Anthony Meyer) – Killed by Bond
  • Lenkin (Peter Porteous) – Arrested
  • Magda (Kristina Wayborn) – Changes sides, alive
  • Octopussy (Maud Adams) – Changes sides, survives
  • Colonel Luis Toro (Ken Norris) – Killed by explosion
  • Thug with Yo Yo (William Derrick) – Killed by crocodile
  • Mufti (Tony Arjuna)- Unknown

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A View to a Kill

Timothy Dalton era (1987–89)

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The Living Daylights

  • Necros (Andreas Wisniewski) – Fell to his death
  • Colonel Feyador (John Bowe) – Blown up by grenade
  • Kara Milovy (Maryam D’Abo) – Changed sides, survived
  • Imposter 00 (Carl Rigg) – Dies in a car explosion
  • Sergeant Stagg (Derek Hoxby) – Shot by Pushkin

Licence to Kill

  • Milton Krest (Anthony Zerbe) – Killed inside a pressure chamber by Sanchez
  • Dario (Benicio del Toro) – Shot by Pam Bouvier and fell into a shredder
  • Ed Killifer (Everett McGill) – Bond pushes him into a shark pool
  • William Truman-Lodge (Anthony Starke) – Shot by Sanchez
  • Colonel Heller (Don Stroud) – Braun impales him with a forklift
  • Perez (Alejandro Bracho) – Falls to his death in a jeep
  • Braun (Guy De Saint Cyr) – Falls to his death in a jeep
  • Professor Joe Butcher (Wayne Newton) – Survived
  • Clive (Eddie Edenfield) – Harpooned by Bond
  • Bill (Carl Ciarfalio) – Killed by Bond
  • Warehouse Guard (Jeff Moldovan) – Electrocuted by Bond
  • President Hector Lopez (Pedro Armendáriz Jr.) – Alive
  • Lupe Lamora (Talisa Soto) – Changed sides, survived
  • Honorato (Honorato Magaloni) – Alive

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Pierce Brosnan era (1995–2002)

GoldenEye 

Tomorrow Never Dies

  • Richard Stamper (Götz Otto) – Incinerated by sabotaged cruise missile
  • Dr. Kaufman (Vincent Schiavelli) – Shot by Bond after being electrocuted
  • Henry Gupta (Ricky Jay) – Shot by Carver
  • General Chang (Philip Kwok) – Unknown
  • Captain Scott (Mark Spalding) – Shot by Bond
  • Paris Carver (Teri Hatcher) – Changes sides; Shot
  • Tamara Steel (Nina Young) – Unknown
  • PR Lady (Daphne Deckers) – Unkown
  • Timblin (Unknown) – Unknown

The World Is Not Enough

  • Giulietta da Vinci (Cigar Girl) (Maria Grazia Cucinotta) – Blew up her own hot air balloon
  • Mister Bullion (Goldie) – Shot by Valentin Zukovsky
  • Gabor (John Seru) – Shot by Bond
  • Sasha Davidov (Ulrich Thomsen) – Shot by Bond
  • Dr. Mikhail Arkov (Jeff Nuttall) – Shot by Renard’s Bodyguard
  • Trukhin (Carl McCrystal) – Unknown
  • Renard’s Bodyguard (Sean Cronin) – Unknown
  • Mr. Lachaise (Patrick Malahide) – Stabbed by Cigar Girl
  • Captain Nikolai (Justus von Dohnányi) – Poisoned by Renard’s men

Die Another Day

  • Miranda Frost (Rosamund Pike) – Stabbed with sword by Jinx
  • Zao (Rick Yune) – Crushed by an ice chandelier
  • Vlad (Mikhail Gorevoy) – Sucked out from Graves’ plane
  • Mister Kil (Lawrence Makoare) – Jinx kills him with a laser
  • General Moon (Kenneth Tsang) – Shot by Gustav Graves after electrocuting him
  • Dr. Alvarez (Simon Andreu) – Shot by Jinx
  • Mr. Van Bierk (Mark Dymond) – Arrested by Bond
  • General Han (Daryl Kwan) – Sucked out from Graves’ plane
  • General Li (Vincent Wong) – Sucked out of Graves’ plane
  • General Dong (Sai-Kit Yung) – Sucked out of Graves’ plane

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Daniel Craig era (2006–present)

Casino Royale

  • Mollaka (Sébastien Foucan) – Shot by Bond
  • Valenka (Ivana Miličević) – Shot by Mr. White
  • Vesper Lynd (Eva Green) – Drowned
  • Alex Dimitrios (Simon Abkarian) – Stabbed by Bond
  • Adolph Gettler (Richard Sammel) – Shot by nail gun
  • Fisher (Daud Shah) – Drowned, then shot by Bond
  • Carlos (Claudio Santamaria) – Blown up by Bond
  • Kratt (Clemens Schick) – Shot by Mr. White
  • Leo (Emmanuel Avena) – Arrested
  • Tall Man (Leos Stransky) – Crushed by elevator
  • Obanno’s Lieutenant (Michael Offei) – Unknown
  • Obanno’s Liaison (Makhoudia Diaw) – Fell to his death
  • Gettler’s Henchman (Glenn Foster) – Shot by Bond

Quantum of Solace

  • General Medrano (Joaquín Cosio) – Shot by Camille
  • Elvis (Anatole Taubman) – Incinerated
  • Craig Mitchell (Glenn Foster) – Shot by Bond
  • Edmund Slate (Neil Jackson) – Stabbed in neck with scissors by Bond
  • Guy Haines (Paul Ritter) – Unknown
  • Carlos (Fernando Guillen Cuervo) – Shot by Bond
  • Lieutenant Orso (Jesus Ochoa) – Fell to his death
  • Gregor Karakov (Gustavo Nanez) – Unknown
  • Greene’s Driver (Carl von Malaisé) – Shot by Bond
  • Haines’ bodyguard (Derek Lea) – Shot by Greene’s Driver
  • Motorcycle Cop #1 (Mike Pérez) – Shot by Bond
  • Motorcycle Cop #2 (Juan Carlos Avendaño) – Shot by Bond
  • Moishe Soref (Tsedor Gyalzur) – Unknown
  • Yusef Kabira (Simon Kassianides) – Arrested
  • Gift Bag Man (Christian Heller) – Unknown

Skyfall

  • Patrice (Ola Rapace) – Fell off of skyscraper to his death
  • Sévérine (Bérénice Marlohe) – Shot by Silva
  • Boat Captain (Milorad Kapor) – Shot by Bond
  • Sévérine’s Bodyguard (Tank Dong) – Eaten by Komodo dragon
  • Sévérine’s Bodyguard (Roger Yuan) – Knocked unconscious by Eve
  • Sévérine’s Bodyguard (Liang Yang) – Unknown
  • Silva’s Mercenary (Jens Hultén) – Drowned by Bond in a frozen lake
  • Silva’s Mercenary (Michael Pink) – Knocked unconscious by Bond
  • Boat Silva’s Mercenary (Adebayo Bolaji) – Shot by Bond
  • Boat Silva’s Mercenary (Amir Boutrous) – Shot by Bond
  • Boat Silva’s Mercenary (Elia Lo Tauro) – Shot by Bond

Spectre

  • Mr. Hinx (Dave Bautista) – Pulled off the train
  • Max Denbigh/C (Andrew Scott) – Fell to his death after a fight with M
  • Marco Sciarra (Alessandro Cremona) – Kicked out of helicopter by Bond
  • Dr. Vogel (Brigitte Millar) – Alive
  • Moreau (Marc Zinga) – Alive
  • Lorenzo (Peppe Lanzetta) – Fell to his death
  • Mr. Guerra (Benito Sagredo) – Neck snapped by Mr. Hinx
  • Marco (Matteo Taranto) – Shot by Bond
  • Francesco (Francesco Arca) – Shot by Bond
  • Gallo (Domenico Fortunato) – Shot by Bond
  • Gallo’s Accomplice #1 (Marco Zingaro) – Shot by Bond
  • Gallo’s Accomplice #2 (Stefano Elfi Di Claudia) – Incinerated by Bond
  • Blofeld’s Right Hand Man (Gediminas Adomaitis) – Killed in helicopter crash
  • Blofeld’s London Helicopter Pilot (Richard Banham) – Killed in helicopter crash
  • Abrika (Adel Bencherif) – Alive
  • Marshall (Erick Hayden) – Alive
  • Valerian (Oleg Mirochnikov) – Alive
  • Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) – Unknown

Henchmen outside Eon Productions

First appearance: Climax! Series: Casino Royale, 1954

Barry Nelson as James Bond in a 1954 episode of Climax! called Casino Royale (Picture: CBS)

                                Barry Nelson as James Bond
                In a 1954 episode of Climax! called Casino Royale
                                                (Photo: CBS)

Casino Royale (1954 TV special)

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Casino Royale (1967 film)

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Never Say Never Again

  • Lippe (Pat Roach) – hit in face with Bond’s urine sample; killed by glass shards
  • Jack Petachi – wrecks his car after Fatima Blush throws a snake in his lap
  • Domino Petachi (Kim Basinger) – changes sides, survives
  • Fatima Blush (Barbara Carrera) – shot by Bond’s explosive pen & blown up
  • Arab slave-traders – variously shot, defenestrated, and shelled by submarine deck-gun
  • “Tears of Allah” personnel – variously shot, set on fire, and grenaded by Felix Leiter’s Navy team
  • Dr. Kovacs (Milow Kirek) – survives

007 Novel Henchmen

Ian Fleming

Casino Royale

  • Basil
  • Kratt
  • Adolph Gettler
  • Vesper Lynd – shot herself

Live and Let Die 

  • The Whisper
  • Tee-Hee Johnson – knocked down stairs by Bond
  • MoThing
  • Sam Miami
  • The Flannel
  • Blabbermouth Foley

Moonraker

  • Krebs
  • Dr. Walter

Diamonds Are Forever

  • Mr. Kidds and Mr. Wint – both shot by Bond, then made to look like a murder-suicide
  • Shady Tree

From Russia, with Love

  • Red Grant
  • Krilencu

Dr. No

  • Annabelle Chung
  • Miss Taro

Goldfinger

  • Oddjob – sucked out of a broken airplane window
  • Pussy Galore – changes sides, survives
  • Jack Strap
  • Helmut Springer

Thunderball

  • Count Lippe
  • Giuseppe Petacchi
  • Kotze

The Spy Who Loved Me

  • “Sluggsy” Morant – shot by Bond
  • Sol “Horror” Horowitz – shot by Bond

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

You Only Live Twice

The Man with the Golden Gun

  • Hendriks

Kingsley Amis

Colonel Sun

  • Von Richter

John Gardner

Licence Renewed

  • Caber
  • Mary Jane Mashkin
  • Franco

For Special Services

  • Markus Bismaquer
  • Walter Luxor
  • Mike Mazzard

Role of Honour

  • Rolling Joe Zwingli
  • Peter Amadeus
  • Simon

Nobody Lives Forever

  • Nannie Norrich
  • Doktor Kirchtum
  • Heinrich Osten

No Deals, Mr. Bond

  • Heather Dare
  • Norman Murray
  • Mischa

Scorpius

  • Bailey
  • Pearlman

Win, Lose or Die

  • Clover Pennington – shot by one of her own thugs
  • Abou – arrested

Never Send Flowers

  • Maeve Horton

Raymond Benson

Zero Minus Ten

  • General Wong
  • Sunni

SeaFire

  • Mrs Tarn

Doubleshot

  • Nadir Yassasin
  • Jimmy Powers
  • Margareta Piel

Video game henchmen

007: Agent Under Fire

  • Nigel Bloch (Denny Delk, voice)–Blown away by a rocket fired by Bond.
  • Carla the Jackal (Roxana Ortega, voice)–Shoved into an industrial fan by Bond.

007: Nightfire

  • Armitage Rook (Richard Whiten, voice)–Shot to death by Bond.
  • Makiko “Kiko” Hayashi (Tamlyn Tomita, voice)–Incinerated by space shuttle exhaust.

007: Everything or Nothing

  • Katya Nadanova (Heidi Klum)–Plunges to her death in a disabled Harrier jet.
  • Jean Le Rouge (Marc Graue)–Shot to death by Bond.
  • Jaws (Richard Kiel)–Electrocuted, nearly drowns, and set on fire by Bond, ultimate fate unknown.
  • Arkady Yayakov–Metallic sphere falls onto him after his machinery is sabotaged by Bond.

GoldenEye: Rogue Agent

  • Oddjob–Vaporized.
  • Pussy Galore–Survives.
  • Xenia Onatopp–Dies in a VTOL explosion.
  • Francisco Scaramanga–Survives.

007: From Russia with Love

  • Eva (Maria Menounos)–Shot dead in her jetpack.
  • OCTOPUS Commando Team–Killed by Bond.

James Bond 007: Blood Stone

Notes

A similar ending for a James Bond henchmen appears in Thunderball, while in You Only Live Twice two Bond henchmen are killed in a piranha tank

References

Remote Viewing Defense Against Reptilian Aliens, Overlords of Human-Abducting Aliens

Remote Viewing Defense Against Reptilian Aliens, Overlords of Human-Abducting Aliens

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July 17th, 2017

I used to firmly believe that we as predators, were at the very top of the food chain.

Then, others like me, who also claimed to be abductees, some of who I met through Budd Hopkins and his house get togethers many years ago told me horror stories about some abductions.

They had seen on-board craft, a Mothman alien race, an ‘in-charge’ being who radiated rage and hatred.

This satanic, diabolical alien being was overlord of many alien races who abduct humans and who pilot UFOS.

Muscular, winged, sentient, highly technological, upright standing to seven feet tall, monitor lizards governed large craft; reptilians who looked upon us as we fancied veal violated our World’s airspace every night…

(graphic: Earthfiles.com)

These abductees had even gleaned what reptoids regular diets consisted of..

Just as bad or even worse there was a spiritual/supernatural element, an ethereal placement of young reptilians along human abductees spinal chords for aural feasting; they trespass interdimensionally as well and tamper with our energies that extend there.

When these interdimensional cloaked unseen creatures violate and intrude within our aural/psychic energies, free-floating waves of anxiety blossom, the human soul’s natural reaction to intrusion; ask any psychic medium.

That explained why so many abductees had such horrid panic attacks and spinal issues, juvenile reptilian spinal attachments tamper with astral energies and causes somatic injuries..

Imagine a whole cityscape with most people walking around with an affixed juvenile reptilian attached upside-down to their spines; it lends a new meaning to a silent invasion.

It was a chilling story I was to hear repeatedly echoed.

“Aliens” have long been on and involved with this planet, eons BEFORE mankind showed up in an altered simian form, because reptoid’s selfish and cruel tactics required tampering with our DNA to create us, a naked ape crop to harvest, a simian race who knots neckties and who rides public conveyances.


After a lifetime of abductions and research I have gotten this hard fact from abductees who have actually had their questions answered by their abductors.

It re-framed correctly, at least to my mind, what the ulterior motive, purpose was behind many alien/mankind interaction/visitations.

We are a physical and spiritual crop to be harvested, as we do with lower Earth animal forms..

And it angered me to think how blind UFO sky-watchers and media focus simply on craft, like some alien-Jedi-mind-trick, and  not the intent of alien occupants, within.

It puts one in mind of a Twilight Zone episode called,”To Serve Man”, which neatly summed up man’s importance in the galaxy as a mere condiment.

Director of CIA, Admiral R.H. Hillenkoetter: “It is time for the truth to be brought out in open Congressional hearings. Behind the scenes, high-ranking Air Force officers are soberly concerned about UFOs. But through official secrecy and ridicule, citizens are led to believe the unknown flying objects are nonsense. To hide the facts, the Air Force has silenced its personnel.” p. 58, quoted from New York Times, February 28, 1960, p. L30

But you and I, reader, should not worry as our flesh is too tough, old and tainted drungs, chemicals and age ; only our very young become simian veal, for reptilian palates.

It makes one want to change, to make an apparent moral decision and assume a vegetarian diet and not ever atavistically revert;

but we too have mouths intended by evolution, equipped with meat tearing incisors…..

Who Could Ever Imagine Such Creatures ?

My abduction recalls were of different entities, also  masters of illusions, ones who tested me in mind-imposed scenarios, of moral dilemmas and survival values choices.

They calibrated souls and assessed minds with  uncanny, telepathic images projected onto the mind’s visual screen (i.e. the optic lobe).

They were tall, white like a refrigerator, flat like a Gumby cartoon character and often, too politely spoke mind to mind.

Years later, I saw a three foot tall juvenile reptilian entity,  during a shower, under the spray,  close up.

I saw it  partially appear and then slowly vanish, like an elf, and it cocked its head at me sideways, birdlike.

I was at once both horrified and in awe, frighteningly aware of their parasitic, bottom-feeder UFO- creature reputation, gleaned from other abductees.

The adults were winged Mothmen, cat-like eyes, scaled and ceiling tall, all quite demonically possessed, and I wanted nothing, whatsoever, to  imagine about them.

I  had stupidly (and recklessly) tried an energy experiment with my mind to control a UFO by remote viewing, a mind flexing field exercise to satisfy profound irritation for the copious nosebleeds, and nightmares sustained after abductions from devices inserted into my sinuses and mentally implanted ‘screen-memories’.

By virtue of the unexpected result, the semi- transparent appearance of a saurian monstrously tall reptilian in the center of my living room who radiated a loathsome palpable rage and hatred, shortly after I tried using this psychic technique, I determined that I would never alone try this mental exercise tool again,

However, a skilled ensemble TEAM, might, by contrast, bring this warrior marvelous results.

The unused power of our minds is part of the raw quantum physics of the universe> That energy potential has latent power, both miraculous and awesome, to be seen in this power flexing exercise.

The fact that it brought almost immediate retaliation against me underlines its potential efficacy.

Will You Attempt To Be as Foolhardy as I?

With  eyes closed, I did visualize an alien craft, a disc-shaped or cigar-shaped large UFO, and ‘saw’ it perched, then flying above our planet high within our skies, many miles overhead.

I visualized all quadrants of a very large craft, filled with overlord reptilians and subservient greys, all busy at machinery.

I studied the tiers and levels of it in full detail for a full half minute.  Then, I visualized that a force from my mind sharply hit the ship and jarred the craft violently, tossed into another section of space, like a football, end over end.

Clearly I saw it hurled across a short distance in space, at a tilted pitched angle and visualized all entities onboard now suddenly very startled and frightened.

Imagination, is a word that should be eliminated from our language.

I augmented this visualization and used a quick head tilt to accentuate the strong mental suggestion of the craft’s jump.

I had totally forgotten about this experimental exercise within an  hour.

But then between me on the couch and my television set, a creature from a nightmare appeared and changed my life.
There are moments that define one’s life, moments that one says, ‘this was before that’, ‘this was after that’.

A Mothman-like reptilian, a winged scaled saurian being, ceiling-high, semi- materialized.

Without moving I was suddenly warmed; hatred surrounded me with menace as though I were near a hot radiator.

Its cat-like eyes radiated a palpable loathing and rage, which awed me rather than frightened me as I had lost my senses to surprise.

It vanished after less than five seconds .

Later, days and weeks later in my life, that saurian vendetta surely and without question manifested a series of horrid and painful accidents which seemed later to underline the smoldering, tangible hatred and rage that it had radiated towards me.

In retrospect, those agonies and sudden misfortunes were not worth the risk of what was after all a very foolhardy experiment.

But I couldn’t help but wonder how merely one single human mind could be such a powerful weapon/tool, to control alien craft, that do indeed respond to powerful telepathic messages.

And I later also couldn’t help but wonder what more a highly skilled group of focused minds, an orchestra of minds in unison, might also be able to accomplish.

We are not, as mindless and as helpless against these vile creatures and their miracle machines, as everyone has thought …

I am…

Paul Schroeder

Brooklyn, New York

July 17th, 2017

Editor’s Note:

Illustrations of reptilian aliens courtesy of

Linda Moulton Howe’s

http://www.Earthfiles.com 

(with permission)