Extra Terestrials
Contacts - Best Case
George Adamski
..
Copyright © Adamski Foundation (from Wikipedia)
George Adamski - Ufologist

Basic Info: Source: Wikipedia

Biography:

Name:  George Adamski
Born:  April 17, 1891(1891-04-17) Poland
Died:  April 23, 1965, Maryland, USA
Resume:
Field:  Short order cook[1]
Paranormal Area:  Ufologist
Affiliates:
Royal Order of Tibet,
George Adamski Foundation
George Adamski (April 17, 1891 April 23, 1965) was a Polish-born American who became known in ufology circles after he claimed to have photographed ships from other planets, met with "Space Brothers", and to have taken flights with them. He considered himself to be a "philosopher, teacher, student and saucer researcher."
 

Early Years

Adamski was born on April 17, 1891 in Poland. At the age of 2, he and his family emigrated to America and settled in New York City. At the age of 22, from 1913 to 1916, he was a soldier in the 13th US Cavalry Regiment K-Troop fighting at the Mexican border during the Pancho Villa Expedition. In 1917, he married. Adamski then moved west, working as a maintenance worker in Yellowstone National Park, and as a worker in an Oregonflour mill. While in Laguna Beach, Adamski founded the "Royal Order of Tibet," which held its meetings in the "Temple of Scientific Philosophy." In 1940, Adamski and some close friends of his moved to a ranch near California's Palomar Mountain where they dedicated their time to studying and farming. In 1944, with funding from Mrs. Alice K. Wells - a student of Adamski - they purchased 20 acres of land on Palomar Mountain, where they built a new home called Palomar Garden and a new restaurant called Palomar Gardens Cafe.

Ufology
..

Adamski's photograph, which he said to be of a UFO, taken on December 13, 1952.
Copyright © Adamski Foundation (from Wikipedia)
George Adamski photographs a UFO using his 6-inch telescope on December 13, 1952.
..
Adamski's photograph, which he said to be of a UFO, taken on December 13, 1952.
Copyright © Grenada
The right hand side of this August 1978 Grenada commemorative stamp 
depicts George Adamski's UFO sighting on May 29, 1950.
..
Rockford Register article on Adamski's Queen Juliana visit and rumored future visit with Queen Elizabeth II.
Copyright © Rockford Register.
Rockford Register article on Adamski's Queen Juliana visit 
and rumored future visit with Queen Elizabeth II.
..
Adamski's Golden Medal of Honor, which he claimed to have received during his meeting with Pope John XXIII.
Copyright © Adamski Foundation.
Adamski's "Golden Medal of Honor", which he claimed to 
have received during his meeting with Pope John XXIII

On October 9, 1946, during a meteor shower, Adamski and some friends claimed that while they were at the Palomar Gardens' campground, they witnessed a large cigar-shaped "mother ship." In 1947, Adamski took a photograph of what he claimed was the 1946 cigar-shaped "mother ship" crossing in front of the moon over Palomar Gardens.

On May 29, 1950 Adamski took a photograph of six unidentified objects in the sky, which appeared to be flying in formation. Adamski's May 29, 1950 UFO photograph was depicted in an August 1978 commemorative stamp issued by the island nation of Grenada in order to mark the "Year of UFOs".

On November 20, 1952 Adamski and several friends were in the Colorado Desert near the town of Desert Center, California when they are said to have seen a large submarine-shaped object hovering in the sky. Believing that the ship was looking for him, Adamski is said to have left his friends and to have headed away from the main road. Shortly afterwards, according to Adamski's accounts, a scout ship made of a type of translucent metal landed close to him, and its pilot, a Venusian called Orthon, disembarked and sought him out.

Adamski described Orthon as being of medium height humanoid, having long-blond hair, a tanned skin , and as wearing reddish-brown shoes with a trouser: "his trousers were not like mine". Adamski said Orthon communicated with him via telepathy and through hand signals. During their conversation, Orthon is said to have warned of the dangers of nuclear war and to have arranged for Adamski to be taken on a trip to see the solar system including the planet Venus, the location where Mrs. Adamski had been reincarnated. Adamski said that Orthon had refused to allow himself to be photographed, and instead asked Adamski to provide him with a blank photographic plate, which Adamski says that he gave him. When Orthon left, Adamski said that he and George Hunt Williamson were able to take plaster casts of Orthons footprints, and that the prints contained mysterious symbols.

Orthon is said to have returned the plate to Adamski on December 13, 1952, at which point it was found to contain new strange symbols. It was during this meeting that Adamski is said to have taken a, now famous, UFO photograph using his 6-inch telescope.

In 1954, Desmond Leslie is said to have witnessed several UFOs with Adamski while visiting him in California. He described one of them in a letter he sent to his wife while he was in San Diego:

"A beautiful golden ship in the sunset, but brighter than the sunset . . . It slowly faded out, the way they do." - Desmond Leslie,
In 1957 Adamski was the victim of a hoax letter sent by James W. Moseley. The letter was signed by the fictional "R.E. Straith", a representative of the non-existent "Cultural Exchange Committee" of the U.S. State Department. Straith wrote that the U.S. Government knew that Adamski had actually spoken to extraterrestrials in a California desert in 1952, and that a group of highly-placed government officials planned on public corroboration of Adamski's story. Adamski was proud of this endorsement and showed it around to bolster his claims (Moseley & Pflock 2002:124-27, 180).

In May 1959, Adamski received a letter from the head of the Dutch Unidentified Flying Objects Society informing him that she had been contacted by officials at the palace of Queen Juliana of the Netherlands, and "that the Queen would like to receive you.". Adamski informed a London newspaper about the invitation, which prompted the court and cabinet to request that the queen cancel her meeting with Adamski, but the queen went ahead with the meeting saying that, "A hostess cannot slam the door in the face of her guests." After the meeting, Dutch Aeronautical Association president Cornelis Kolff said, "The Queen showed an extraordinary interest in the whole subject." On May 21, 1959, the Rockford Register published an article on Adamski's visit with Queen Juliana and what was rumored to be an upcoming visit with Queen Elizabeth II of England.

Adamski said that the photographs of the far side of the Moon that were taken by the Soviet lunar probe Luna 3 in 1959 were fake and that there were cities, trees, and snow-capped mountains there instead.

In 1962, Adamski's reputation began to decline after he announced that he would be going to a conference on the planet Saturn. In 1963, Adamski claimed that he had a secret meeting with Pope John XXIII and that he had received a "Golden Medal of Honor" from the Pope. Adamski, at the request of the extraterrestrials he was in contact with, met with the Pope in order to request a "final agreement" from him because of his decision not to communicate directly with any extraterrestrials, and also to offer him a liquid substance in order to save the him from gastric enteritis that he suffered from, which would later become acute peritonitis.

On April 23, 1965 at the age of 74, Adamski died of a heart attack in Maryland.

References:

  1. ^ abc Allingham, Cedric (February 14, 1955). Meeting on the Moor. Time (magazine). Retrieved on 2007-04-27.
  2. ^ abcdeThe Queen & the Saucers. Time (magazine) (June 1, 1959). Retrieved on 2007-04-27.
  3. ^ abcdefghijklmno Scott-Blair, Michael (August 13, 2003). UFO pioneer inspires site's astronomy theme. Sign On San Diego. Retrieved on 2007-04-27.
  4. ^ abcdeSolomon, Professor (1998). "It Can Happen to Anyone", How to Make the Most of a Flying Saucer Experience. Baltimore: Top Hat Press, 54-56. ISBN ISBN 978-0-91-250907-5.
  5. ^ Smith, T.J. (June 2003). Grenadas UFO Stamps. Retrieved on 2007-04-28.
  6. ^ abcdCommon sense abducted. Telegraph.co.uk (March 6, 2005). Retrieved on 2007-04-27.
  7. ^ ab Colin Groves in Skeptical - a Handbook of Pseudoscience and the Paranormal, ed Donald Laycock, David Vernon, Colin Groves, Simon Brown, Imagecraft, Canberra, 1989, ISBN 0731657942, p3
  8. ^ Footprints Of Space Man. Retrieved on 2007-04-30.
  9. ^ abGeorge Adamski and the Flying Saucers from Venus. Retrieved on 2007-04-27.
  10. ^ abDesmond Leslie. Telegraph.co.uk (November 22, 2001). Retrieved on 2007-04-27.
  11. ^ ab Stuttaford, Andrew (January 17, 2003). Spirits in the Sky. National Review Online. Retrieved on 2007-04-27.
  12. ^ About George Adamski. George Adamski Foundation. Retrieved on 2007-05-01.
  13. ^ Barbato, Cristoforo (2006). The Omega Secret. UFO Digest. Retrieved on 2007-04-30.
Further reading
  • Battaglia, Debbora; David Samuels, Christopher F. Roth, and Mizuko Ito (2005). E.T. Culture: Anthropology in Outerspaces. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press. ISBN ISBN 978-0-82-233621-1.
  • Zinsstag, Lou; Timothy Good (1990). UFO... George Adamski - Their Man on Earth. Tucson, Arizona: UFO Photo Archives, 208. ISBN ISBN 0-934269-21-1.
  • "Flying saucers farewell" (1960), Abelard-Schuman, OCLC 964949
  • "Cosmic philosophy" (1961), self-published (reprinted 1972, Pine Hill Press OCLC 13371492)
  • "Behind the flying saucer mystery" (1967), Paperback Library (reprint of "Flying saucers farewell"), OCLC 4020003
  • "Telenews" (1960-03-28), OCLC 79040262
  • "Telepathy: the cosmic or universal language" (1958), s.n., OCLC 45443839
  • "Many mansions" (1955), SS&S Publications, OCLC 45443779
  • "Inside the space ships" (1955), G. Adamski Foundation, OCLC 543169
  • "Inside the flying saucers" (1955), OCLC 1747128
  • "Inside the Spaceships" (1955), Abelard-Schuman, OCLC 543169
  • "Flying saucers have landed" (1953), British Book Centre, ISBN 978-0-85-435180-0
  • "Pioneers of space: a trip to the moon, Mars and Venus" (1949), Leonard-Freefield, OCLC 4722893
  • "Petals of life: poems" (1937), OCLC 47304946
External links:

Videos:

  • UFO Recording - 8mm filmed by a United States government official named Madeline Rotterfor in the presence of Adamski and several witnesses, at Silver Spring, Maryland, in February 28, 1965
Books by George Adamski
..
Inside the Flying Saucers
George Adamski
..
Inside the Spaceships
George Adamski
..
Behind the flying saucer mystery
George Adamski
MORE ARTICLES,  PHOTOS AND VIDEOS
..
Adamski's Golden Medal of Honor, which he claimed to have received during his meeting with Pope John XXIII.

Adamski Foundation:The Only Authorized & Original Source for George Adamski information
From Eyepod.Org's Video Vault, Three of Adamski's UFO Films
The Pied Pipers of the CIA - Philip Coppens - As Skeptical View
 

Adamski UFO Encounter, Copyright 1995 by Jim Nichols
George Adamski's Painting of the Venusian Visitor
FAIR USE NOTICE: This page contains copyrighted material the use of which has not been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. Pegasus Research Consortium distributes this material without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes. We believe this constitutes a fair use of any such copyrighted material as provided for in 17 U.S.C § 107. If you wish to use copyrighted material from this site for purposes of your own that go beyond fair use, you must obtain permission from the copyright owner.
~ MENU ~

 

Webpages  © 2001-2008
Blue Knight Productions