Monday, August 27, 2012

Imagine there's no hoaxers, it's easy if you try

What would the world be like if there were no hoaxers manufacturing their misrepresentations, deceptions and falsifications? Well, you may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one.

With that in mind, take a tour of the Museum of Hoaxes and get the lowdown on a whole lot of hoaxing going on through history. And hoaxing is still rampant. Recently, "alien" pictures came into my possession with the claim that they were taken sometime in August "on the Florida panhandle just above Eglin Air Force Base." I went into "seeking" mode to get at the truth. Take a look at these:



A savvy bunch of friends recognized these immediately as being the alien dummy used in an episode of the television program, Fact or Faked. So if you see these going around on the Internet, you'll know someone extracted still photos from the video.

I make NO accusation that any persons in this video had something to do with these photographs! I'm betting somebody just thought it would be great to see if they could fool someone into publishing these as real, and then they would come out revealing the source to discredit whatever publication the pictures were included in.



Nice try, hoaxers.

If people would put as much effort into finding the truth as they put into making up a hoax, we would have an easier time of investigating the mysteries of this world. There really are enough real mysteries to keep us occupied.

Sing it, John! Imagine there's no hoaxers . . .

Thursday, March 8, 2012

The strange case of Dr. David Lewis Anderson



Roughly during 2009-2010, a man by the name of Dr. David Lewis Anderson stepped forward into the public arena with compelling dialogue about time travel. Armed with a state-of-the-art website and a gift of soft-spoken, articulate communication which left his audiences spellbound, Dr. Anderson made the rounds of various radio shows. He also had a Facebook page.

Where is Dr. David Lewis Anderson today?


Nobody knows.

In fact, a search for his website at www.andersoninstitute.com comes up empty. The site is not even available on internet archive sites that I could find. His Facebook page is down. What is worse is that internet chitchat is saying Dr. Anderson MAY even be a fraud, a hoaxer, or a scammer.


I used to schedule radio shows during this time period, and I did schedule him to appear on our show. The interview turned out to be one of the best that we had done. We were flabbergasted at Dr. Anderson's report of research that he and his colleagues at the Anderson Institute were conducting. We hung on his every word. He also spoke of how time travel is being researched in many countries and making great gains. Since then, Dr. Anderson has been on such prestigious radio shows as Coast to Coast AM.

I attempted to reach Dr. Anderson after that interview to schedule another one for whenever his new CD was to come out, but communication broke down. He neither answered regarding the interview nor responded to a question I asked about time travel in another email. I also tried to reach him via Facebook. As time went on, Dr. Anderson completely disappeared from public view.

We are now left with the question, who is Dr. Anderson?

I found a copy of his bio that was taken from a page on the Anderson Institute’s website:

David Lewis Anderson, born in Weirton, West Virginia, is a physicist whose interests are in space time physics, special relativity and global community service. Anderson received degrees in engineering, physics and philosophy as a student graduating with honors from West Virginia University, California State University, the Joint-Services Military College and the University of Minnesota.He was employed at a young age by the United States Air Force conducting advanced research and development at the prestigious Air Force Flight Test Center at Edwards Air Force Base in the Mojave Desert. He later founded an organization call the TTRC, an advanced time-technology research laboratory located on Long Island, New York in the United States of America. During that time he proposed several new detail on theories for reversing time at sub-light speeds and laid the foundations for what would later become known as time-warped field theory, an approach that modeled and described how to use the natural forces of inertial frame dragging for power generation and to create contained and controllable fields of closed time-like curves.Anderson provided one of the first comprehensive overviews of the historical views of time, time control and time travel in the documentary "Time Travel - Journeys into Time" His ideas were later applied for the development of high performance time reactor] systems for energy production and time technology research at what is known today as the Anderson Institute.Anderson is the President and CEO of Anderson Multinational LLC, the parent corporation of the Anderson Institute and several other companies, headquartered in Rochester, New York. He holds multiple patents relating to time technology and also for time reactor designs. His published works include more than thirty articles and video lectures on space time physics, time control technologies and methods and the philosophy of time. He has appeared on numerous radio and television shows worldwide including Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell in the USA.Anderson is also President and CEO of the World Genesis Foundation whose mission is to “leave no child without hope for the future” and is active as a speaker and Ambassador for Youth for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
World Genesis Foundation does exist, but I found no reference to Dr. David Lewis Anderson as President or CEO on their website. Dr. Anderson is not on the list of UNESCO Goodwill Ambassadors either. His audio CD is still being sold on Amazon. I have never listened to it; however, the one review on Amazon gives the CD a very low score. Several internet forums talk about Dr. Anderson, an example of which is here.

The Peswiki
site documents Dr. Anderson’s harshest criticism. Yet on this page, two people maintain that they know him and he is an honorable man. Has Dr. Anderson been a victim of the usual disinformation agents?


One thing that stands out in my mind about what Dr. Anderson was promoting was ethical utilization of time travel technology. He spoke about the possibility of time wars where the threat of going back in time and changing something vital in an enemy country's history could cripple it in the future. If anything comes out of Dr. Anderson's assertions, I believe we should focus on the ethics of time manipulation. We know, however, that whenever humanity can do something, somebody, somewhere, WILL do it. Once the pandora's box of time travel is opened, in the wrong hands, we might wish it never had been.

One curious bit of information speculates that Dr. Anderson was the fulfillment of a prediction the Grand Delusion website reports as a "planetary whistleblower" who would emerge from the current period of U.S. financial collapse. Did someone bump off another whistleblower? Or is he in hiding? But if fraud, hoax, and scam accusations are correct, perhaps like a proverbial “pirate,” he may have gone under the radar and retired to someplace like a cattle ranch in Patagonia.

On a different, albeit creative note (laced with artistic license), story line possibilities for a science fiction novel come to mind. Could Dr. Anderson have time traveled out of here and now resides in another reality? Did an experiment go wrong (or right, depending upon what was intended) and the entire Anderson Institute with Dr. Anderson in tow fly off into the wild blue yonder or back into the nasty gray past? Worse yet, could Dr. Anderson have fallen into an alternate dimension much like the little girl who fell through the wall of her bedroom in one episode of The Twilight Zone?

Oh, and may I really stir the stew pot and ask: could Dr. David Lewis Anderson be a time traveller himself sent into our time to warn us of the dangers of time travel and having returned to his own time is nowhere now to be found? Incidentally, why do all of his videos look as if he were videotaped through gauze? Surely, that could be to hide a bio-clone’s imperfections.

And of course, I jest in my speculations.  

Hello . . . hello? Is anyone actually out looking for Dr. David Lewis Anderson? Where is a good conspiracy-theorist/investigative reporter when you need one? Dr. Anderson, if you are reading this, please come out, come out, wherever you are. We really do hope for the best.

Have you seen this man?





Anderson Institute

UPDATE: Be sure and read the comments below. Dr. Anderson is alive and well!


Saturday, January 14, 2012

Where have I been all this time?

Thanks to all who have been visiting my blog! I've not posted in a long while as you can see, but lots of things have taken up my time with some recent surgery added into the mix.

I have now migrated away from paranormal investigation as most "investigations" are not investigations at all, only thrill seeking and wanting to be entertained. Sadly, some property owners only want proof so they can advertise their places as "haunted" and bring people in based upon that. They have no interest in a spirit being helped, and that is just not the way I am. I've experienced too much to even consider that there is no such thing as the spirit world and have no need to go looking for more proof. I know a whole other dimension and even numerous dimensions exist, and my goal will always be to help resolve a spirit's unfinished business so they can move on to where they need to be. To me, not to help a spirit so he or she can be kept where they are so as to "study" or profit off of them is a continuance of a tragedy, cruel, and well, just not right.

I've recently had several spirits from a prior investigation come looking for me as well as one spirit I'd never encountered before. I had been watching the Harry Potter movie which had the hippogriff named Buckbeak in it. I was particularly interested in this creature and made a mental note to see if a hippogriff was a legendary creature or something that J. K. Rowling had invented. Nobody was in the house but me. I noticed when the hippogriff portion of the movie was over that the figure (below) appeared in the dust on my television screen. It looks like something a child would draw of Buckbeak. I then thought if there were a child spirit present, perhaps he or she wanted to see more of the movies, so I left the Harry Potter marathon on all afternoon for them. Nothing else happened nor did I get any more hints that someone was present.



All I can say is that I never cease to be amazed! I do have my home protected from malevolent spirit visitation, and perhaps I will write later about how to do that. But benevolent spirits are welcome to approach me. I love them and will do all I can for them. I think they do know that.

In other news, I am also now working with someone in the UFO community to write a series of books. I can only say that I am blessed to receive such wonderful opportunities to know more about the mysteries and perhaps dig a little deeper to get at truth. My only regret is the lack of time and energy on my part to write about everything that comes my way on all these subjects.

Stay curious, my friends!