Project Blue Beam Countdown: Don’t Bet On It
by Richard M. Dolan
October 1, 2010
According to the latest flurry of internet rumors, Project Blue Beam is supposed to take place on Wednesday, October 13, 2010.
This is said to be a false-flag operation in which an alien invasion scenario is undertaken in order to create a one-world global police state.
I am not sure who originated this latest rumor, nor why the date of October 13, 2010 was selected. Perhaps it was this person. I do know, however, that the claims for Project Blue Beam were first made in 1994 by Serge Monast, a Quebecois Canadian.
The Death of Serge Monast
Monast argued that NASA and United Nations were working together to implement a New Age religion and and start a New World Order, with the Antichrist at its head. He only got the chance to make this claim for a few years. In late 1996, Monast died under circumstances that, to some people around him, seemed suspicious.
Serge Monast on Project Blue Beam.
Monast’s Wikipedia entry states that by 1995 and 1996, he claimed he was:
“being hunted by the police and authorities for involvement in ‘networks of prohibited information.’ He had homeschooled his two children, who were then taken away and made wards of the state in September 1996 so that they would receive education. He died of a heart attack in his home in December 1996, at age 51, the day after being arrested and spending a night in jail.”
As a father who has homeschooled both of his children, I sympathize with his situation. Even though I am not aware personally of anyone who has lost custody of their children simply because they homeschool, it is also true that the U.S. has fairly friendly homeschooling laws compared with many other nations. Things may have been very strict in Quebec during the 1990s (although a quick search found many resources for current Quebec homeschoolers). I don’t know the circumstances of why his children were taken, if indeed this is what happened. Was it because he homeschooled them, or were there other issues in his house? Or, was it because of his political views, as he and his friends claimed?
It is possible that clandestine weaponry induced Monast’s fatal heart attack. After all, heart attack-creating capabilities have been with us for some time. However, we must also at least acknowledge the other viable alternative: that Monast simply died. He was living under extraordinary stress: he had not only lost custody of both his children, but had recently been incarcerated. Prior to that, he had been a political activist for many years. Nor did he look especially healthy based on the few photos I have seen of him. Men do die of heart attacks at age 51. It happens.
Indeed, it has been claimed that not only was Serge Monast killed in this manner, but also another journalist who was also researching Project Blue Beam, within weeks of Monast’s death. The other journalist was said to be Canadian, also, and was in Ireland at the time. However, the name of this other person is not given in any of the articles I have found. More vagueries.
But these are peripheral issues. What did Monast say about Blue Beam, and what evidence did he present for it?
False Flags Do Occur
First of all, there is an abundance of evidence that the CIA and other agencies do create false flag operations in order to fool the public into supporting political-military agendas. Journalist James Bamford, who wrote two books on America’s National Security Agency, discussed the CIA’s 1962 program called Northwoods.
Northwoods was breaktaking in its audacity. It called for the CIA or other operatives to commit acts of terrorism inside the U.S. and elsewhere, which would then be blamed on Cuba and would justify a U.S. invasion of the island (Cuba of course had recently come under the rule of Fidel Castro). President Kennedy rejected the Northwoods proposal, but the plan itself shows that operatives in the clandestine world had no compunction against lying — or killing their own citizens — in order to push a certain agenda.
Indeed, the Gulf of Tonkin incident, which followed the Northwoods proposal by just two years, has many markings of a false-flag operation. We now have a declassified NSA study which concluded that no attack by North Vietnamese boats took place against the U.S. during the night of August 4, 1964. Yet such an alleged “unprovoked” attack provided the pretext for the escalation of the war in Vietnam — a war that the U.S. fought for eleven years after that non-incident.
It would not be hard to make a very long list of U.S. government lies that have had a major impact on domestic and global affairs. Indeed, this is a regular feature of its action, right on down through the non-existent WMDs that justified the war with Iraq. In the foreign policies of nations, lies are the rule rather than the exception. But that’s not my purpose in this article. My purpose here is to look at Project Blue Beam.
Let’s see what Monast actually wrote about it.
One of Monast’s articles stated that Blue Beam will occur in four stages.
First, a series of artificially created earthquakes at “certain precise locations on the planet,” which will uncover archaeological evidence that will “be used to discredit all fundamental religious doctrines.”
Second, we will be subjected to “a gigantic space show.” This will involve “three-dimensional optical holograms and sounds, laser projection of multiple holographic images to different parts of the world, each receiving a different image according to predominating regional national religious faith. This new ‘god’s’ voice will be speaking in all languages.” These staged events will show the “new Christ” or Messiah, and will be a false Second Coming.
Third will be the “Telepathic Electronic Two-Way.” This involves “telepathic and electronically augmented two-way communication where ELF, VLF and LF waves will reach each person from within his or her own mind.” These communications will fake a communication from god.
Fourth, according to Monast, would be “the universal supernatural manifestation with electronic means.” He said it would take on three specific “orientations.”
One would simulate an alien invasion, which would then provoke nations with nuclear weapons to strike back. Then, once the U.N. demonstrates that the invasion was false, it would “require” the offending nations to disarm. “And how will the United Nations know that the invasion was false? They will have staged it, of course.”
The second element of Blue Beam‘s alleged fourth stage “is to make the Christians believe that the Rapture is going to occur.” This will involve “the supposed divine intervention of an alien (off-world) civilization coming to rescue earthlings from a savage and merciless demon. Its goal will be to dispose of all significant opposition to the implementation of the New World Order in one major stroke, actually within hours of the beginning of the sky show!”
Let’s give a full quote of Monast regarding the final phase of the fourth stage.
"The third orientation in the fourth step is a mixture of electronic and supernatural forces. The waves used at that time will allow “supernatural forces” to travel through optical fibers, coaxial cables (TV) electrical and phone lines in order to penetrate to everyone at once through major appliances. Embedded chips will already be in place. The goal of this deals with global Satanic ghosts projected all around the world in order to push all populations to the edge of hysteria and madness, to drown them into a wave of suicide, murder and permanent psychological disorders. After the Night of the Thousand Stars, worldwide populations will be ready for the new messiah to re-establish order and peace at any cost, even at the cost of abdication of freedom."
I included this long passage just so that you could get a whiff of the mind of this man. Very intense, no understanding of science. At no point in any of Monast’s writings is anything like evidence offered for any of this. To say nothing of the fantastic capabilities he attributes to NASA or the United Nations. Now, are there deeply classified elements in our world that have truly exotic technology at their disposal? I would say the answer is a resounding “yes.” But Monast here offers no support for any of his prophecy.
For instance, how to pull off the earthquake scenario? Even if you posit the existence of earthquake-creating weapons (debatable but let us keep open as possible), you still have to have the “archeological evidence” perfectly positioned and perfectly manufactured to be persuasive to the world — to say nothing of archeologists themselves.
The logistics of the various sky shows also seems daunting, to say the least. First there is the false alien invasion scenario — presumably this could be done with a fleet of black triangles, although could they blanket the world? Doubtful. But then, regarding the religious fakery, are “they” really going to blanket the world with holographic images of, what — God? Jesus? Krishna? Allah? All the while sending a message into our brains via extra low frequencies in all languages of the world? All in a way that convinces us to abandon our previously held faiths?
Monast was clearly a millenarian Christian. See this 1994 presentation by him, which states the goals of NASA’s Blue Beam (once again, he identifies four). They are:
First, “to abolish all Christian traditional religions in order to replace them with a one world religion based on the cult of man.”
Second, “to abolish all national identity and national pride in order to establish a world identity and a world pride.”
Third, “to abolish the family as known today in order to replace them with individuals all working for the glory of the new one world government.”
Fourth, “to destroy all individual artistic and scientific creativity to implement a one world government, one-mindset.”
Rather than make a case for the existence of Project Blue Beam, Monast preferred to discuss its Satanic agenda. He was clearly more at home focusing on the New Age conspiracy going back through such writers as Helena Blavatsky, Alice Bailey, Nicholas Roerich, and David Spangler — the foundation, as he saw it, of the Luciferian New World Order.
Monast was strongly Christian in his outlook, was affiliated with a political movement that promoted French separatism in Canada, and was deeply interested in uncovering New World Order conspiracies. He spoke French, and apparently little to no English (his articles in English are all translations). He shows no evidence of moving in the elite circles that presumably would have inside information about NASA or the United Nations. I have a difficult time of seeing how Monast got any true inside information. His writings show no evidence of actual investigation.
Blue Beam: No Evidence, No Logic
Okay, you might say. That was Monast, and that was way back in 1994. Although he did not offer a precise prediction for Blue Beam’s implementation, he seemed to suggest it would happen around Year 2000. Other people have written about Blue Beam since his death, and other dates have come and gone since then, all of which were supposed to be Blue Beam events.
Now it’s supposed to be Wednesday the 13th. Forgive me if I fail to run for cover.
Nearly all of the writing on Blue Beam today is derivative of Monast’s writing. No one has offered anything original, except to downplay the Christian element of it and to mix in some new technologies, like HAARP, to make it sexier. But even the connections to HAARP do nothing more than offer speculations. No research, nothing tangible. None of these sites offer anything resembling evidence to support the alleged existence of Blue Beam. I am not asking for proof, only evidence. And I see nothing.
In general, over the years, I have had a problem with the concept of a Blue Beam type of scenario — that is, something in which the New World Order is created by causing a fake alien invasion or a fake second coming of Christ.
Regarding the staged alien invasion, I have just never seen the logic. Most of the people promoting the notion don’t believe in what I would consider to be “true” UFOs. That is, they don’t believe in ETs, and generally argue that all UFO sightings are of deep-black completely man-made origin. Some of them even argue that alleged gray aliens are “programmable life forms” or PLFs, artificial beings created by black-ops,, although no evidence is offered for this contention. In my own assessment, all of those who have argued for the “fake alien invasion” scenario have displayed great ignorance of the history of UFOs.
The staged alien invasion scenario only makes sense if you don’t believe in UFOs other than as a black-ops ruse. If you believe (as I do), that there are “real” UFOs, then it seems wholly illogical.
I am also deeply skeptical of the faked “Second Coming” or heavenly arrival scenario. To put it mildly. There are many religions on this world. Monast did claim that the Blue Beam operation would be designed to speak to the various religious belief systems of the world. I for one would love to know how that would be done. How to persuade Christians (of countless individual persuasions), Muslims, Hindus, and the billions of non-religious people in the world that God has arrived in the sky?
If I have the time, I would love to go back over the last ten or twenty years and make a list of all the predictions that have littered the field of UFOs and alternative culture in general. An alien armada has passed Pluto and is headed for Earth. A major UFO display will occur on (fill in the date). President (Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama) is going to disclose the reality of UFOs on (fill in the date).
There are bad people with a preponderance of power in our world, and there are false flag operations afoot. We must be aware, vigilant, and ready to oppose them. But we also need to do this intelligently. We need to gather evidence. We need to make a case.
Although I am so tired of encountering other people’s predictions, I love offering my own. Ready? Here it is:
Project Blue Beam will not take place on Wednesday, October 13, 2010. It could be that all this advanced publicity scared off the planners. Or, maybe it’s because Project Blue Beam does not exist.