June 24th Prediction

I posted the following tweet on Twitter early on June 22, 2017.

Yes, I am predicting a well-known researcher, author, eyewitness, or figure (a celebrity, if you will), in the UFO field, shall pass away on June 24th this year.

For those who are familiar with my writings on the “anniversary syndrome” and what I’ve said before about the significance of “June 24s” in the ufology community, you will not be surprised.

I have written earlier that due to the Anniversary Syndrome, ufo-related deaths do infrequently occur on June 24ths. The Anniversary Syndrome or Effect is tied to birthdays and important dates in a person’s life that some people “wait” for on which to die. There is no more important date in ufology that it’s “birthday,” June 24, 1947.

For ufologists June 24th is of critical importance. On June 24, 1947, the modern era of UFOs began with Kenneth Arnold’s dramatic sighting of “saucers” flying between Mount Rainier and Mount Adams in Washington State. The primary significance of this particular date, St. John’s Day, cannot be diminished within ufology.

Here is a quick overview of 11 notable UFO-related deaths on or near June 24:

(1) June 24 or 23 (there is some dispute), 1964, Frank Scully, 72, author of one of the first crashed-saucer books, Behind the Flying Saucers (1950), dies.

(2 and 3) June 24, 1967, two British UFO contactees, Ernest Arthur Bryant, a contactee, and Richard Church, an author and chairman of CIGIUFO, die.

(4) June 23 (US) or 24 (UK), 1967, Frank Edwards, 55, popular UFO author and radio personality in the 1950s, dies a few hours before Arthur Bryant. Indeed, Edwards passes away shortly before midnight on the 23rd, which would have been the early morning of June 24th in the UK, thus being the same date as Ernest Arthur Bryant’s death. James Moseley stuns the delegates assembled for the 1967 Congress of Scientific Ufologists at New York City’s Hotel Commodore on June 24th, with the news of the sudden death of Frank Edwards.

(5) June 24, 1969, Willy Ley, 62, a rocket scientist and Fortean author, dies. Willy Ley was one of the first respected modern scientist to attempt to answer the question of what is a flying saucer. In 1952, he was one of the first, if not the first person, to say that 85% of UFO sightings are misidentified craft, leaving the other 15% open to notions of “interplanetary travel,” that he began writing about in 1926.

(6) June 24, 1978, Robert Charroux, 69, the best-known pen-name of Robert Joseph Grugeau dies. Charroux was a French author known for his ancient astronaut theories and writings on other Fortean subjects, in such books as Masters Of The World: Groundbreaking New Revelations About The Ancient Astronauts (1979).

(7) June 24, 1987, Jackie Gleason, 71, the actor, who was an early advocate of flying saucer research, dies. Gleason’s known interest in UFOs allegedly prompted President Richard Nixon to share some information with him and to disclose some UFO data publicly.

(8) June 24, 2006, Lyle Stuart, 83, the renegade publisher who published anomalist writer Frank Edwards’ Fortean book, in 1959, Stranger than Science, a paperbook full of information on ufology and other unexplained accounts.

(9) June 24, 2013, James Martin, 79, a former rocket scientist, computer scientist, and author of After the Internet: Alien Intelligence (2000), was found floating dead in the waters off Agar’s Island. Dr. Martin bought Agar’s Island in 1977 and made his home in Bermuda. The multi-millionaire kept a relatively low profile in Bermuda.

(10) June 24, 2013, Alan Myers, 58, the most prominent drummer (1976-1987) of the band Devo, dies of stomach cancer in Los Angeles. Devo played punk, art rock, post-punk and new wave music, and performed stage shows that mingled kitsch science fiction themes, deadpan surrealist humor, and mordantly satirical social commentary. Devo recorded at their own UFO Studios. More.

(11) June 24, 2015, Mario Biaggi, 97, a former Bronx congressman was involved in the “UFO disclosure” movement, and was once pictured on the cover of Ideal’s UFO Magazine, December 1978, Number 4. Within the periodical, there appeared the following, “Interview: Mario Biaggi ‘There Is A UFO Cover-Up By The Government.'” On the cover, an image of Biaggi was shown with President Jimmy Carter. More.

Checkerboards, Super Bowls, and Symbols

By: Twilight Language

What is going to happen on Super Sunday, February 5, 2017, during Super Bowl LI, the 51st Super Bowl? A football game. A music show. Something political occurring.
Will Sunday see something that is the sum of our fears or our hopes?
Are there predictive pieces of a puzzle yet to be revealed?
The recent Louvre incident reminds us of the Pyramid’s importance to Freemasonry.

Is there a subtle message being broadcast from the media also from Canada? We realize via Alexandre Bissonnette, the Quebec City mosque attacker who left six dead on January 29, 2017, this certainly is possible.

The Times of London, for example, portrayed Bissonnette as a good-kid-next-door, a student who likes to play chess. Notice the photograph below.
Why would the establishment press in the UK choose this image?
Chessboards and checkerboards have been symbolically linked to Freemasonry.
And there is heavy occult (as in “hidden”) messaging.

The Super Bowl XLIX halftime show that took place on February 1, 2015, at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona as part of Super Bowl XLIX featured American singer Katy Perry. Her performance was framed, in one detailed segment, to the checkerboard patterning. Much discussion occurred online tying it to alleged Illuminati themes.

Lady Gaga has hinted that Tony Bennett and maybe Beyonce will make cameos, plus “hundreds of drones,” in her halftime show. But it is doubtful Gaga’s will involve checkerboards, since Katy Perry did it.
Gaga has already done public displays of checkerboarding.
So what synchromystic themes will be visible?
Has Gaga gone from the Illuminati clones to the Knights of Columbus copycats (considering her oft-commented Roman Catholic-Italian background)?
Will the Statue of Liberty, with the link to the refugee protests, make an appearance, as was seen from Lady Gaga in 2012-2013?
Or does Lady Gaga have a plan “to blow the roof off” during her Super Bowl halftime show?
Perhaps that wording was not wise?
P.S.
When I began writing this, I turned my television on to the MGM Network, for background noise. This following image from a scene in My Boy Friend, jumped on the screen. Just a “coincidence,” correct? Checkerboard patterns!

The Boy Friend is a 1971 British-American musical comedy film directed by Ken Russell and starring Twiggy, Christopher Gable, Tommy Tune, and Max Adrian with an uncredited appearance by Glenda Jackson. It is an adaptation of the musical The Boy Friend by Sandy Wilson.