NASA whistleblower Clark McClelland first met Dr. Wernher von Braun in 1959 and their paths crossed many times between then and 1966. A friendship developed when both men were working on NASA's Saturn 1 mission. Journalist Mary Joyce joined Richard Syrett (Twitter) to discuss McClelland's memoirs, and what they reveal about von Braun's knowledge of extraterrestrial races and life on Mars (Related Images). "Von Braun told [McClelland] that he had seen ETs... that is where he said the Aryan race came from," Joyce reported, noting the ETs arrived many thousands of years ago and as recently as the 1930s. They worked with the Germans to develop advanced weapons, and other scientists at Kennedy Space Center admitted seeing them, she added.
McClelland's letters detail von Braun's belief that life had evolved on Mars hundreds of thousands of years ago, and the Martians had a technologically sophisticated civilization capable of spaceflight, Joyce continued. According to von Braun, future Mars missions would reveal ancient ruins of buildings and technology on the Red Planet. The Martian atmosphere was destroyed when the planet between Mars and Jupiter exploded, so to preserve their culture some Martians fled to Earth, Joyce explained. "[Von Braun] said Earth is being visited from other intelligences from the stars, and that Earth is a nursery of many cosmic races," she reported. Joyce also disclosed the fate of Hitler and Eva Braun, who did not die in a bunker during WW2 but rather escaped to a Nazi base beneath the surface of Antarctica.
During the second half of the program, former pop culture journalist Martin Keller presented an insider's journey into the "paranormal" world where he is schooled in the ways of the sprawling UFO realms, including Close Encounters of the 5th Kind. "The whole subject of UFOs and consciousness represents great possibilities that we need to embrace," Keller said, noting his experiences with UFOs began in high school and were witnessed by friends. In the early 1990s, strange things started happening in Keller's house in Minneapolis, including precognitive dreaming, lights turning on, and the sounds of a cat running through the home. "There was no real explanation for it," he admitted.
Several months after the bizarre activity in his house, Keller met ufologist Dr. Steven Greer to work on a story with him. Greer taught Keller about the non-locality of consciousness and how one can send out coherent thoughts into the universe. Close Encounters of the 5th Kind, or human-initiated contact with UFOs/ETs, is based on non-locality of consciousness, he explained, pointing out there are different modalities to initiate contact. According to Keller, one of the most successful modalities involves gathering a group of people under the stars who are good at meditative coherent thought sequencing, while other groups creates light and audio beacons. "The longer I was involved in it I saw that they were pretty effective on different occasions," he revealed. Some groups doing this in Mexico have almost had landings and onboard meetings, Keller added.