After he was convicted for the Pendragon Plot murder, Mark Richards went on to claim that he was a Captain in the Not-So-Secret Secret Space Program — having become friends with chocolate loving alien raptors who only want to go antiquing. All in the course of saving the world many times over and being called a “national treasure” by Kerry Cassidy. This blog starts with Mark but explores the many symbolic friends.
Kerry Cassidy doubled down at Juan Savin’s Double Down event in Vegas. First, she confirmed that there are two Juans. Then at least two trusted sources told her that the United States had been invaded. It does not take much to realize that doubling down on a losing hand is not a good bet.
Kerry Cassidy again shows on Project Camelot that she is determined to prove that there is no conspiracy too far fetched for her to pass up. Her ability to recycle old conspiracies or create new ones is perhaps not that unusual in QAnon, but does anybody surpass her in the way she makes pronouncements?
Both Sean Morton and Añjali are tied to apocalyptic visions but their ways of going about it are different. Dean goes straight to prophecies of doom and the need for humanity to fight against the constraints of the Galactic Federation. Añjali wants to give a light and love vibe but either the Galactic Council will wrap things up or the earth itself will end things in 2027. The good cop – bad cop routine?
Sean Morton has been freed from federal prison just in time for him to fulfill a prophecy that he will save the world while accumulating fabulous wealth. Mark Richards could have saved the world but he is still in state prison. Kerry Cassidy is left to play the Fool card.
Frank Stranges wrote about the dangers of communism. Then he met Val Thor, who brought a message of peace and urged President Eisenhower to stop the arms race. What influenced Stranges to write about Venusians in a utopian way or to believe that they had never sinned and fallen from Grace?
Adam Gorightly covers a number of topics in his book, Saucers, Spooks and Kooks, but neither Mark Richards or Kerry Cassidy is mentioned. I had to wonder if they felt left out, particularly since the Dulce story first brought Mark much of his initial attention. There are reasons for Adam’s decision.