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Trevor James Constable

Biography:

Trevor James Constable is a world-renowned author and historian, who has produced 10 non-fiction books, many well known to aficionados of famous fighter aces. He also served 31 years at sea, 26 of them as a radio officer in the U.S. Merchant Marines.In his first book, "They Live In The Sky" in 1958 he advanced the shocking theory that UFOs were mainly invisible. He held also that our atmosphere was the home of huge, invisible living creatures, and that these were mutually confused with spacecraft when they became visible.Making use of his seafaring career and his status as a radio officer, he developed a marine weather engineering system that has been stunningly demonstrated on commercial videotape. An airborne etheric rain engineering system is now marketed out of Singapore.

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Invisible Creatures & Rainmaking

Appearing during the middle two hours, author and historian Trevor James Constable discussed his work tracking the reality of huge, invisible flying creatures and his research into weather modification. Constable detailed his initial discovery of invisible flying creatures in the 1950's, when he was visiting contactee George Van Tassel and was, himself, "extremely sensitive." During this encounter, Constable said he could feel the disturbances in the atmosphere created by these creatures, aimed his camera at them, and photographed the oddities. He alleged that these invisible entities were later captured on ultraviolet film by NASA in the infamous 1996 video release known as the "Tether Incident." Based on this footage, Constable surmised that "the whole of outer space is just crawling with these things." He also talked about his research into weather modification, notably creating rain using what he called "a biological form of energy which conventional scientific peo ... More »

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