After his peculiar hypnotic session with Jaye Paro, John has an unsettling interaction with a black Cadillac. Paro’s ostensible contacts are interested in a stone, and John interviews Agar, although, as usual, they do not talk directly. For those unfamiliar with Dorothy Kilgallen, she was a columnist and TV personality who died young, apparently by mixing alcohol and barbiturates. Kennedy assassination theorists sometimes claimed her death was part of a cover-up; this is the first time I’ve seen it blamed on aliens.
February 12, 2017
February 5, 2017
Following an anonymous phone request, John and Jaye Paro visit the cemetery. She plays him a couple of tapes, one from the ever-persistent Princess Moon Owl. He then agrees, although reluctantly, to hypnotize Paro, and the result is chaotic and puzzling. We would expect no less!
February 1, 2017
We’re still in July, 1967. Jaye Paro passes along a couple of incoherent communiques from the supposed aliens. Agar was one of her usual contacts, and doesn’t make much sense. Revelation 8 concerns the four angels blowing their trumpets; it doesn’t do much to clarify the message. I also don’t know if John is being compared to John of Patmos.
After another strange phone call, John heads for Long Island. He checks into a hotel, and finds a Gideon Bible with his name in it. Of course, John is a common name, as well as a book of the Bible, but you can’t blame him for being spooked.