June 4, 2017

Special Cases – The Long Island File (41): Know That My Anger Is Born of Frustration

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Jaye Paro reported that she had attended the “Council of the Ten Men,” and that the assembled Androids had discussed John’s plans for a public UFO demonstration. They also warned that the Pope would soon be assassinated, and that three days of darkness would follow. John wrote a letter to the Council, presumably through Jaye. At this point, he’s frustrated and alarmed, and seems to believe at least some of Paro’s stories. We’re still in July, 1967, and there’s more to come.


  1. You know what I find interesting? That a religious catholic tone is in the message of these alleged alien beings. Usually self proclaimed contactees have either a new age or agnostic/atheist attitude in their claims while Jay’s aliens are devoutly catholic. Does anyone find that odd?

    Comment by Joseph — June 5, 2017 @ 10:44 pm

  2. How is the message Catholic? I am ignorant enough to not understand how flying saucers according to Keel’s plan would cocst the lives of 7 aliens. Did they have to have cattle-cars of pilots to fly to Earth?

    Comment by DaveO — June 6, 2017 @ 11:09 pm

  3. When you study UFO cases from the modern era, there are so many witnesses that seem very strange and unbelievable it makes me wonder if there is a reason for this. Could the phenomenon itself be selecting observers that can easily be discredited? The purpose of this would be to make the majority of people conclude that UFOs are just a fantasy and to conceal what is actually behind these events.

    Comment by MadMike — June 7, 2017 @ 1:57 am

  4. I think anyone who looks into the UFO phenomenon has to admit that it makes no sense.

    Comment by Doug — June 7, 2017 @ 4:57 pm

  5. Many of the messages are concerned with the potential assassination of the Pope and the third secret of Fatima, and the Biblical quotations come from the standard Catholic translation. The warning that John’s plan would cost seven lives came from the “Council of Ten Men,” according to Jaye Paro; the details were vague.

    Comment by Doug — June 7, 2017 @ 5:02 pm

  6. Jaye had an Italian name (Perranno, according to John; Paro was her professional name), so I’m guessing she had a Catholic background. So, whether she was making up stories, or reporting visions or dreams, her background probably colored them.

    Comment by Doug — June 7, 2017 @ 5:06 pm

  7. MadMike, perhaps it is selection bias? Or self-selection bias?

    Comment by DaveO — June 7, 2017 @ 9:12 pm

  8. Thanks for the replies Doug.

    Comment by Joseph — June 8, 2017 @ 7:36 pm

  9. I am quite surprised that cool headed John allowed himself to be swept up in this absurd, but elaborate, “Tricksters Game”. He played his roll with apparent unconscious enthusiasm. In doing so, he challenged his own sanity, and damaged our understanding of the metaphorical nature of the UFO/UAP phenomena. This entire “Tricksters” game seems calculated to jar us off balance and so we must admit, we have no clue what is going on. I call this “The Great Koan” necessary to relinquishing reasoning and logic, and approach reality humbly and in silence.

    Comment by Rip Parker — June 12, 2017 @ 6:57 pm

  10. Reply to Mad Mike, kind of like the “Wizard of Oz” or “Zardoz”. The director of the CIA said something like we are the “Reality Winner”; I paraphrase.

    Comment by brian — June 12, 2017 @ 10:08 pm

  11. This was at the beginning of John’s research, and he made some mistakes. He grew more cool headed later. But what a wild time it was!

    Comment by Doug — June 12, 2017 @ 10:45 pm

  12. […] obscure prank.” But what to make of the mess that enmeshed John Keel all those years ago? Special Cases–The Long Island File (41): Know That My Anger is Born of Frustration gives us a letter John had written to the “Council of the Ten Men”, and one has to […]

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  13. Well, the revelations from Keel’s notes are both interesting and disappointing. I am correct, Keel never met any of Paro’s supposed entities in person?

    Comment by Cat — June 17, 2017 @ 6:23 pm

  14. I have to point out that these notes are from the “Long Island File,” in 1967. I think it’s a fascinating story, but hardly representative of all of John’s research. And no, he never met Paro’s entities. I assume they came from her imagination, or subconscious, or some combination of the two.

    Comment by Doug — June 18, 2017 @ 9:35 am

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