August 7, 2017

Special Cases – The Long Island File (49): From the Pickwick Motor Inn

Filed under: Uncategorized — admin @ 6:11 pm

As July 1967 comes to a close, we find John transcribing a message from Apol in a motel in Long Island. He doesn’t say how it was transmitted, but my guess is that Jaye Paro dictated it over the phone. Much of it is the usual vague rambling studded with scripture, but there are a couple of interesting points. One is the request, “What do you suggest regarding our messages? How can we prove we are we,” which John later follows up on with some passwords. I was also struck by the sentence, “We can not let your people all become as a subject controlled by an operator.”

To John, that must have recalled the book Operators and Things, a disturbing memoir of schizophrenia by Barbara O’Brien (probably a pseudonym; I don’t think the author has been identified). The Operators and Things of the title refer to malevolent disembodied entities, and the humans that they control with rays (a classic influencing machine delusion). UFO buffs in the ’60s were intrigued by its similarity to the accounts of Richard Shaver. Its use here may indicate that Jaye was familiar with O’Brien. John was; here’s his definition of “operator” from his unfinished UFO dictionary. And then Apol’s message in that distinctive Keelian manuscript.

“The messenger,” by the way, is Jaye Paro.





  1. Thank you for sharing this. Did John ever group the sentences by theme, e.g. warnings about others? Reading these messages there is a lot of repititions for no reason.

    Comment by DaveO — August 7, 2017 @ 9:47 pm

  2. It’s amazing how much of this seems to continue happening within the UFO community.Someone claims to be in contact then claims that a conspiracy is at play.I really wish we knew were Jaye Paro is so we can hear her side of the story.

    Comment by Joseph — August 7, 2017 @ 11:21 pm

  3. No, I don’t think he ever did. The repetitions seem to me typical of a lot of supposedly channeled communications.

    Comment by Doug — August 8, 2017 @ 10:10 am

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