The Phoenix

Sunday, March 19, 2006

Project Serpo - Mystery Revealed?

Have you heard about Project Serpo? Did you happen to catch any of the buzz surrounding this big conspiracy on the internet lately? If you didn't, hold on to your seats...this is going to be a very interesting ride.

What is Project Serpo anyway?

It's an alleged government project that took place from 1965-1978. Project Serpo is one of those "black projects" you might have heard about. Super top secret...and super duper strange. The claim is this: 12 military personnel were specially trained and then involved in an exchange program with an alien planet, Serpo, in the Zeta Reticuli System (not to be confused with the Zeta-Jones Necrophilia System).

The chosen 12 represented three of the branches of the military, each highly trained in their respective specialty. The group consisted of 10 men and 2 women. In Nevada, the aliens came and picked up our 12, and left one entity behind. The original plan was for the exchange to last 10 years, and the Serpoians would return the 12 Americans.

But apparently, there was a delay. The aliens returned 3 years later than agreed, in 1978. Maybe it was a time zone issue??? Not all 12 made it back. 7 men and1 woman returned to Earth. 2 died on Serpo, and the other 2 decided to not come back. The remaining 8 Americans were isolated among various military installations until 1984.

Sounds like a bunch of science fiction, right?

Fast forward to late 2005, and suddenly Project Serpo has resurfaced. Apparently, a website created by a retired mathmatician Billy Ryan is home to incredible pieces of information being sent by some retired Defense Intelligence Agency person that calls himself "Anonymous." He's been sending bits and pieces of information to the website for a few months now, and the stuff he's revealing is just absolutely amazing.

If you want some good reading that I promise will make the hair on your neck stand up and captivate you for hours, go HERE and read it for yourself.

Since the website began receiving this information, two other DIA retirees have stepped forward with their own testimonies. It seems their experiences match up quite well with "Anonymous'." Then again, these guys could be playing an elaborate hoax.

Here is just a tiny sample of the revelations brought forward by these DIA retirees:

1) The 1947 UFO crash at Roswell, New Mexico didn't happen as many believe. There were actually two crashes - one in near Corona, NM and the other at Pelona Peak, NM.

2) In the first crash at Corona, the military at Roswell investigated and removed all evidence. One entity was found alive, hiding behind a rock. It refused food, and was transferred to Los Alamos. The other bodies were taken to Roswell and the pieces of the craft were transported to Roswell, and then Wright Field in Ohio.

3) The second crash was discovered in Pelona Peak in 1949. Sandia Army base investigated. 6 alien bodies were recovered, and transported to Roswell.

4) From both crashes, one alien did survive. The military was able to establish communications with this being. The creature died in 1952. What communications were exchanged between this alien and the U.S. military? Go to serpo.org to find out for yourself!

5) Ever see the Steven Spielberg movie, Close Encounters of the Third Kind? What event do you think inspired this film? Hmmmmmm?

You can learn more about the exchange program, what the planet Serpo was like, what happened to the 12 person crew, and what amazing discoveries our government made about intelligent alien life from this and other clandestine projects at the website.

Is this a hoax? Is this truth? You be the judge. It could be a massive PSYOP, or psychologal operation, to confuse the public about what's going on. You take a little bit of truth, a little bit of fiction, wrap them up together and release it to the public. It creates great confusion, and makes us all just dismiss the entire thing alltogether.

A mix of accurate information and total disinformation is a very effective way to keep secrets. Many believe that the government is allowing this slow trickle of information as a way to soften the blow for us when they finally reveal the truth.

We are not naive enough to believe our government doesn't have any secrets...and of course, only certain people with the highest of clearance protocols have the proper authority and "need to know" such things.

Here's the question...do we, as citizens, have a "need to know?"

(X-Files theme begins playing)

The Truth Is Out There...Do We Really Want To Find It?

55 Comments:

Blogger Spider Girl said...

Heh, and I thought the revelations at last year's UFO Symposium in Toronto, Canada made by our ex-Minister of Defence were intriguing.

Thanks for the site. :)

3/19/2006 9:29 PM  
Anonymous Tasa said...

Creepy. I love alien stuff, this is so cool... I'll have to check it out another time, since I'm off to bed.

3/19/2006 9:44 PM  
Blogger Keshi said...

intrigueing stuff...


**and what amazing discoveries our government made about intelligent alien life from this and other clandestine projects at the website.

gotta check that out, thanks!


Keshi.

3/19/2006 10:15 PM  
Blogger Fated said...

/o~ the truth is out there do do do do

3/20/2006 12:32 AM  
Blogger Ben Heller said...

haha Zeta-Jones necrophilia. I spotted it. Funny

3/20/2006 1:36 AM  
Blogger DaBich said...

Hmm...how many of us can claim this "surviving alien" as your ancestor? Maybe it's another Niall the Irishman thing! YIKES!

3/20/2006 4:43 AM  
Blogger Curare_Z said...

This reminds me of the Stargate episode when they pretended that Thor was really just a hologram to throw people off the trail of the cloned version of Thor that had no soul.

Wait. Did I just reveal what a dork I am? Oh well -- if you didn't know already, you'd know soon enough. :-)

But that was a great episode.

3/20/2006 5:55 AM  
Blogger ozymandiaz said...

Isn't the Reticuli system where the Hill's abductors supposedly came from? Let’s do some math here. The origin of these aliens is some 39 light years away. They were to be gone for 10 years. That means if they were to spend any time at Serpo then they would have to travel at 10 times the speed of light to get there and get back in the allotted time. Maybe that’s why they were late. Perhaps they were not able to defy the laws of physics to the extent they had planned on.

3/20/2006 8:57 AM  
Blogger The Phoenix said...

spider girl, Thanks for stopping by. I remember those remarks made by ex-Minister of Defense. I did a post on it as well after he made them.

tasa and keshi, I hope you get a chance to check out the website. It's very strange stuff.

fated, I was never actually a big fan of the X-Files. I'd watch it if nothing else was on.

ben heller, Yeah...I was hoping someone would catch it.

dabich, Hey - great way to connect my two posts...very creative.

curare, Um...ok...sure...Stargate...
Thor...holograms. Gotcha.

ozy, yes! It is apparently the same planet and same aliens that supposedly kidnapped the Hills. When you read the report, the aliens did not have the same concept of time as we did. There was a miscommunication of sorts!

3/20/2006 9:07 AM  
Anonymous Jennifer said...

I need more coffee.

3/20/2006 9:12 AM  
Blogger ozymandiaz said...

Or mayhaps they never studied law (ala Buggs Bummy)

3/20/2006 10:39 AM  
Blogger Denny Shane said...

not only do I believe we have the need to know, I believe that we have the right to know, eventually it will come out and who is it to determine that then is the right time?

3/20/2006 10:40 AM  
Blogger Jamie Dawn said...

Do I NEED to know? Probably not, but I sure as heck want to know!
These kinds of stories always peak my interest even though I think they are a bunch of hooey.
I hope they are not all hooey. How very COOL that would be!!!

3/20/2006 10:53 AM  
Blogger Sherri said...

Yes, we definitely do need to know.

My dad swears up and down he seen something 'other worldly' out in the desert in Arizona when he lived there.

Fascinating stuff.

3/20/2006 11:25 AM  
Blogger Perplexio said...

And maybe Semen Semenov was really a Serpoan that crashed in Siberia in 1908!

3/20/2006 12:07 PM  
Blogger Etchen said...

Definitely creepy. Thanks for the link to the site-it's fascinating!

3/20/2006 12:12 PM  
Blogger The Phoenix said...

jennifer, I hope you got your coffee and checked out serpo.org.

ozy, Aliens...they just never show up on time.

denny, It has always been and will continue to be the government. I agree - we have a right to know.

JD, I personally believe at least 50% of this stuff is either totally made up or is based on some truth. They do this to totally throw off the public. Or how about this - you give very credible and true pieces of information to absolute crazy quacks. How's that for misdirection?

sherri, There have been some strange things going on out in Mexico and California...and of course Nevada and Arizona. I bet a lot of that stuff is experimental US military testing.

perplexo, Great use of alliteration. Semen in Siberia sounds like a porno.

ethchen, you are very welcome!

3/20/2006 12:26 PM  
Blogger Kid Jacque said...

I will have some good reading!! Thanks!!

3/20/2006 12:38 PM  
Blogger David Amulet said...

You forgot one key element of the conspiracy: Al Pacino is a Serpo native sent to Earth to infiltrate the entertainment industry. After all, he starred in the film Serpico ... that seems a HUGE tipoff.

-- david

3/20/2006 12:46 PM  
Blogger Cari said...

I'll check out the links tomarrow, here at work...so gotta make it speedy. Love UFO stories, and shrit. It's amazing to know that there may be little beings somewhere out there.....

3/20/2006 1:16 PM  
Blogger angel, jr. said...

I wonder what kept those persons on that planet. Did they fall in love with the other beings?

3/20/2006 1:55 PM  
Blogger Karen said...

ohhhhhhhhhhh, my alien head hurts {ouch}.

the only alien i believe in is ET :phone home: ~~ now he could use a cell phone; how kEwL is that!?!

3/20/2006 2:04 PM  
Blogger BrianAlt said...

No, we don't have a RIGHT to know. It's actually okay for the government to not tell us something. BUT THEY BETTER HAVE A DAMNED GOOD REASON FOR IT!

By the way, do you think we should check out www.serpo.org? Just checking.

3/20/2006 3:30 PM  
Anonymous delmer said...

Why is is always US military personell that are taken? Is the same thing happening to members of the former soivet union? Are aliens coming from the Red Planet and snatching them up?

3/20/2006 3:48 PM  
Blogger at the Lake said...

Not me. I don't need to know. I'm happily misled. I think my X was from Serpo.

3/20/2006 5:00 PM  
Blogger :P fuzzbox said...

If it is total bunk then someone has an eye for detail. That site is off the hook on details. My birthdate is listed as 1965. Muhaha!!!

3/20/2006 7:31 PM  
Blogger Yawn said...

"2) Anonymous is operating to a planned agenda and the information is deliberately distorted, but contains a core of extraordinary truth."

Deep Throat aside, it's how most of us in security-sensitive positions publish our material.

Excuse me, as I have some more reading to do. I have been very skeptical of the existence of extraterrestrials in the past, but some of the amazing technologies in use today may very well have been reverse-engineered from somewhere else.

3/20/2006 9:16 PM  
Blogger Jay said...

You know, you're the number one reason why I don't sleep at night.

3/21/2006 4:48 AM  
Blogger The Phoenix said...

day dreamer, no problem. It's a lot of information, extremely detailed.

david, I always thought he looked like an alien. Plus, the way he pronounces "talons" is alien. "Ta-LAWNS."

cari, I myself am a skeptic.

angel, jr. Either that, or they liked playing gravity-free tennis.

karen, "Phone home" would be replaced with "Can you hear me now?"

brianalt, yes - go to serpo.org. Please. It's amazing. Serpo.org. That's s-e-r-p-o-r-n.org. Oooops.

delmer, actually - yes. The Soviets are much more open about this stuff, and there have been more exchanges over there. Maybe I'll post about that too down the road.

at the lake, ignorance is bliss.

Fuzz, I knew there was something mysterious about you.

yawn, like...say...stealth technology?

miss jay, so sorry. Stick around, my next post will MORE than make up for it. I promise it'll make you sleepy.

3/21/2006 7:48 AM  
Blogger Perplexio said...

This sounds an awful lot like the plot to The Sparrow by Mary Doria Russell. I wonder if Russell is familiar with Serpo because there are certain elements of her novel which bear an uncanny resemblance to the accounts of Project Serpo.

3/21/2006 9:06 AM  
Blogger BrianAlt said...

Alien porno site? Cool!

Haha!

3/21/2006 9:52 AM  
Blogger The Lady Muck said...

AH, I loves a good yarn...

3/21/2006 10:26 AM  
Blogger BrianAlt said...

The amount of information on the site is very impressive. However, it could all be written. After all, novels are longer than what is there. It's not beyond imagination that it was fabricated.

It also follows our fondest desires of how we wish the universe to be, with a friendly alien race. So that makes it more believable. But that makes the chances of it being true less.

Overall it's certainly compelling.

3/21/2006 11:40 AM  
Blogger Karen said...

With his camera phone, ET could get some pretty darn good pics for us to download!

3/21/2006 11:48 AM  
Blogger The Phoenix said...

perplexio, I've never read that book, but I've heard about it. I suppose it's possible. I thought Russell grew up in a military family.

brianalt and lady muck, As with everything, you need to be very skeptical. One of those investigating did print out the website and showed it to some other military retiree and the old guy almost had a heart attack. It seems the retiree couldn't believe this stuff was leaking out. His own knowledge did deviate a bit from what's on the website, but it's interesting.

karen, yeah - but imagine the roaming charges.

3/21/2006 2:31 PM  
Anonymous the weirdgirl said...

I have to second brianalt, the friendly alien race seems a bit far-fetched. Especially as we really know that all aliens are immature perverts who enjoy sticking things up people's butts for a good laugh.

Excuse me I have to go do some serpo reading now.

3/21/2006 2:35 PM  
Blogger PDD said...

This is really interesting Phoenix. I have read most of the sites main page and will continue when I get home, and continue to check in as the days go by. Thanks for sharing this. It's definitely going to take up a lot of my time.

I completely agree with you regarding distorting the truth to keep from investigating further. It is possibly the best way to keep secrets. It's like what PG&E did to those poor residence in Hinkley California; told them that their water was contaminated with chromium, and that it was good for them when the whole time it was in fact contaminated with hexivalent chromium (chromium 6), the detrimental kind. They told the truth that their water had chromium in it but just mixed up the two different chromium which makes a death of a difference (literally).

Also, David Amulet makes a good point.

Yes, I definitely think WE ALL have a right to know!

3/21/2006 2:54 PM  
Blogger Perplexio said...

Phoenix - It's entirely possible that she did which may explain her inspiration behind writing The Sparrow. In the notes at the end of the book she claims her inspiration for The Sparrow is how unfairly judged many of the explorers of the Age of Discovery are judged based on today's moral standards and not on moral standards of the era in which they lived.

So she created a new "age of discovery" in the future and instead of new continents the explorers were sent to discover new planets. Having a BA in History that concept thoroughly intrigued me.

3/21/2006 4:32 PM  
Anonymous Bruce said...

This was all a ruse started by Art Bell, right?

3/21/2006 4:41 PM  
Blogger Jim said...

As best I can figure, and assuming all were officers, each of the eight returnees would have received $912,817.64 in back pay, a fortune in 1978 dollars. There might have been additional incentives to make the figure even higher.

If the two on Serpo are still considered to be on active duty, we would owe each back pay of $50,805,455.51, assuming they had not been using direct deposit.

I believe in both instances the Alternative Minimum Tax would apply.

3/21/2006 6:03 PM  
Blogger The Phoenix said...

WG, point well taken. I'm sure Bob's butt aches at the very slightest mention of UFOs, aliens, or Baywatch.

psychic, that stuff with the chromium in the water is different - it put at risk the health of Hinkley residents. That's the kind of stuff that needs to stop.

perplexio, I might have to pick up that book it sounds fascinating. Her bio says that she was a paleoanthropologist.

bruce, NO - but art bell did have several people studying serpo on his radio show.

jim, don't forget the two who actually died on Serpo. Isn't their family due some money there as well? I'm sure they had a gigantic life insurance policy. Nice to see you back, by the way.

3/21/2006 6:23 PM  
Blogger PDD said...

Phoenix, Yes, the chromium situation is a different one. However, it was the first thing I thought of when applying the idea of distorting the truth to keep from investigating further and securing secrets.

That kind of stuff definitely needs to stop.

Okay now I am going to further investigate this piece. It's getting late, but I will have to stay up a bit later tonight. I'm sure it will be worth it.

3/21/2006 10:43 PM  
Blogger phred said...

I started reading the Serpo letters, and will finish when time allows. I found it very intriguing.
I have always believed that it was at least possible there were other beings in the universe.

So far ,in my reading, I have found no mention of anal probing. This would conflict with most other reports.

3/22/2006 5:42 AM  
Blogger phred said...

Oh, sorry...to answer your question...

Yes, the people DO have the right to know.

3/22/2006 5:45 AM  
Blogger PDD said...

Shit Pheonix, I have been reading and I can't stop. It's 10:32 am and I haven't done an ounce of work yet. I think I am going to take a long lunch today. This is fascinating!

3/22/2006 9:35 AM  
Blogger cube said...

Klaatu barada nictu.

3/22/2006 10:31 AM  
Blogger The Phoenix said...

Psychic...you can spend a lot of time reading that stuff. Either "Anonymous" is extremely imaginative and detailed, or some of this stuff is actually true.

cube, Oh man - that's funny. "The Day the Earth Stood Still" remains one of the most important films ever made.

3/22/2006 12:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

actually, I'm just visiting from Serpo

3/22/2006 6:00 PM  
Blogger Jim said...

actually, I'm just visiting from Serpo

3/22/2006 6:01 PM  
Anonymous not_jim said...

actually, Jim's just visiting from Serpo

3/22/2006 6:02 PM  
Blogger BrianAlt said...

Doing a little digging, skeptics believe that this information is actually generated by a certain religion often associated to celebrities.

I have no idea, just thought I'd throw that out there.

3/24/2006 9:38 AM  
Blogger The Phoenix said...

I too hard heard about the Scientology-Serpo link...but knowing what they believe and Xenu and stuff, it doesn't match up.

Since Scientologists believe Thetas actually posess our bodies and such, and the Serpo project asserts that Ebens are an alien race existing in physical form, I don't see the direct relationship.

Also, the conspiracy talk about Project Serpo is much much older than Hubbard's goofy religion.

3/25/2006 1:45 PM  
Blogger BrianAlt said...

True, true. But it could be an attempt to tie to together.

Again, just a possibility.

3/27/2006 8:16 AM  
Blogger The Phoenix said...

Scientology just freaks me out...I can't believe they get people to actually believe they are posessed by aliens.

Tom Cruise is a freak, though.

3/27/2006 8:40 AM  
Blogger phred said...

The Serpo papers are gone ! I went to the link yesterday to continue reading...it`s gone. Just like that>
None of your links to it work now...just gone.
Wazzup with that ?

3/31/2006 7:00 AM  

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