When ex-NORAD official Stan Fulham's prediction that alien craft would decloak over major cities of the world didn't transpire on the appointed Oct. 13 date, I was disappointed.
Now, I learn from yak on the web that some believe it did happen. Several people reported seeing UFOs over New York City. Fulham says in an interview the aliens backed off the worldwide visitation because they felt their simultaneous appearance all over the place would scare the living daylights out of people.
They chose to go ahead and appear over NYC, he says, because people there are jaded and could take it.
But let's face it, the presence wasn't overt enough to accomplish what Fulham says their goal is, which is to create such a massive spectacle as to imprint on us Earthlings that we're destroying the planet with carbon emissions. The idea is to save us from ourselves.
So, now the retired author of "Challenges of Change" has issued a new date: Oct. 29. And not just that, but he's saying "transenders" (aliens) have said they'll fly in to the World Series and land to meet the baseball players, according to blogger Dirk Vander Ploeg, who says he's in touch with Fulham. Also, the appearance will be announced by President Obama on television at 5:30 p.m. (we presume he means Eastern time).
That's tomorrow, when the Texas Rangers and San Francisco Giants will take turns practicing before Game 3 on Saturday in Arlington, Texas. Maybe one of the grays can help Cliff Lee get his groove back, or perhaps they'll capture "W" from the stands if he's there to watch batting practice.
Fulham says in the interview that the visit is being orchestrated by the Alien Council, because of their intense interest in Earth and their witnessing of numerous other plants self-destruct through war or environmental degradation. They like us so much, he says, that they monitor our communications constantly and that 100 billion aliens watched the Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
Earth to Stan. Earth to Stan. You can't make this stuff up, or at least I can't.