I’ve long been skeptical of this claim. I can remember back when writing The Facade reading articles about how the military-industrial complex was working on electronic means to convey messages directly to a person’s auditory mechanisms or brains. It’s a mind control technology.
Hat tip to Joseph Farrell on his blog for alerting readers to this post on Neuro-Electro-Magnetic Frequency Weapons. Same stuff I’ve read about before. And a nice touch with the implant discussion. As Farrell points out, talk of this sort of technology has recently re-surface in light of the Boston Marathon bombing/Batman murders/Sandy Hook/and Navy Yard murders.
“But surely the aliens are more advanced than we are and can do that.” Of course.
Maybe they work for DARPA.
This forthcoming book by Antonio Paris looks promising: Space Science: Challenges for the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis of UFO Phenomenon. The link says that the book will “addresses what the UFO community conveniently fails to address.” For what those failures are, click on the link.
Stuart Robbins recently posted Part 2 of my interview on his Exposing PseudoAstronomy podcast. I had posted Part 1 earlier. For convenience, here are both podcast interviews:
Episode 97: Interview with Michael Heiser on Ancient Aliens and Zecharia Sitchin,Part 1
Episode 98: Interview with Michael Heiser on Ancient Aliens and Zecharia Sitchin, Part 2
I presume many readers have already heard of this, but in case not, I though it was worth a link.
Writing on Cryptzoonews.com, Loren Coleman, well known for his work in cryptozoology, writes:
The February 2014 issue Soldier of Fortune contains an article entitled “UFO Mystery Solved: ‘Mothmen’ Were Actually Green Berets.”
Author Harold Hutchison writes that Special operations forces near Point Pleasant, West Virginia, were testing high-altitude, low-opening (HALO) parachuting for use in Vietnam. According to Hutchinson, the jumpers used luminous paint to be seen during the tests.
The link includes excerpts and pictures from the one-page Soldier of Fortune article.
My two cents is that it explains a lot of what’s associated with the original mothman sightings, but not everything. There’s also no link to any specific government documentation. That would help.