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UFOs aren't extraterrestrial -- They're extradimensional.

 

From the book How to Contact Space People by Ted Owens

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CHAPTER FOUR

THE GREAT BLACKOUT

Now comes one of the most terrifying predictions I have made. And you, the reader, were in on this one. On October 26, 1965, the Si's got through to me, in their own way (I was at home with my shoes off, relaxing), and they insisted I get dressed, go downtown to Western Union, and send George Clark, of the CIA, the following telegram:

MR. GEORGE CLARK
CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY
WASHINGTON 25, D.C.

A RARE WARNING:SI'S IN FURY. SEE COPY LETTER NASA BEFORE GEMINII SIX SHOT. KEEP IN MIND VANISHING AGENA ROCKET. UNLESS U.S. GOVT. COMPLIES WITH SI WISHES, THEY WILL UNLEASH TERRIBLE U.S. CATASTROPHE WITHIN TEN DAYS. DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY HAVE IN MIND. BUT LET THE GOVT. BE WARNED.

P.K. Man (Owens)

What followed, on November 10, 1965...about ten days later?

Let's look at the news headlines for the answer!

POWER BLACKOUT PARALYZES 7 STATES

(Phila. Inquirer, 11/10/65)...

The effects of the blackout were monumental. New York, the greatest communication center in the world, could not communicate for hours except by telephone. The presses of all New York morning newspapers were halted. Planes circling New York's two airports were unable to get down and planes on the ground were unable to take off. Radio and radar communications, apparently were blacked out... In many areas of the city the flow of water was suddenly stopped because of the failure of electrically operated pumps...

26 MILLION PLUNGED INTO DARKNESS AS POWER FAILURE AFFECTS SEVEN STATES

(Phila. Inquirer, 11/10/65).

A massive electric power failure plunged New York City, Boston and vast areas of the Northeast back into the days of candlelight on Tuesday, choking traffic and disrupting communications. The blackout, which extended into parts of Canada, was estimated to have hit cities, towns and countryside in which at least 26 million people live.

It was by far the worst blackout that the Nation has ever suffered.

The power blackout over a huge area of the U.S. and Canada was the major story in newspapers around the world.

...the cause of the blackout remained a dark mystery. Several State and Federal agencies, the FBI and Federal Agencies, the Federal Power Commission included, sought the reason for the paralyzing electrical failure.

Experts Ponder ... What Caused It? Could It Recur? Wash. 11/10 UPI:

Docile electricity turned into an uncontrolled monster that defied all man-made barriers.

(Note: You can "see" the Si's "talking" through this article - Owens)

and crackled through the northeastern United States, knocking out powerhouses and creating a world of darkness for 30 million Americans. The questions Wednesday: How was it unchained? ...Residents of an 80,000 square mile area experienced the extraordinary night without electricity...

And the following article also "talked" the Si message to the American people beautifully!

BLACKOUT LEAVES PUSH-BUTTON MAN HELPLESS

by Saul Pett
N.Y. AP

Thirty million people in eight highly developed American States are thrown into black confusion in the year 1965 when men orbit the earth and their spacecraft explore the moon. Rarely has modern man appeared so vulnerable. The thing they told us couldn't happen, happened Tuesday night and all the giants of automation and all the electronic brains of the computers were helpless to stop the power failure that spread through the Northeast. In great and small ways men were stopped, imprisoned, slowed, confused, frightened, exhausted, and defeated by machines that failed.

(Note: rather, by the Si's - Owens)

...In hundreds of great and tiny ways, modern pushbutton man had a big hole in his complacency.

And finally, an excellent editorial in the Philadelphia Inquirer that spelled out the message from the Si's that, if they so wished, the entire U.S. would lie helpless before their powers, at any given moment:

MASSIVE FAILURE

It was not only the power that failed Tuesday night. It was merely 30 million people who were plunged suddenly into darkness. It was more than just the great metropolises and the smaller cities and towns that lay helpless and paralyzed when the electricity stopped. This worst power failure in history was of far broader scope than one frightful night in one section of the country. A larger failure lies hidden somewhere in the planning - or in the execution of plans - that supposedly had provided foolproof protection to prevent precisely the kind of power blackout that happened. Until the "impossible" happened at approximately 5:30 P.M. Tuesday, it had been generally believed by electrical experts that the wholesale linkage of power lines, tying millions of people in hundreds of communities into a single network, assured that no community in the system would ever be totally without power for long - even, some authorities said, if there were a nuclear attack. Then came the moment of truth - when the lights went out, the elevators stalled, the railroad and subway trains halted, incoming planes were stranded over darkened airports and near one-sixth of the population of the country, including its largest city, found themselves in all kinds of strange and horrifying circumstances.

Never before, anywhere, have so many persons discovered so swiftly how dependent they are upon electrical power in its enormous variety of manifestations. The entire Nation has a stake in the investigation of how it happened.

(Note: the entire Nation has a stake in the outcome - of the Si's trying, so far in vain, to approach the U.S. Government - Owens.)

Not only had I sent the telegram, warning of this huge event, but on October 26, 1965, just about a week before the blackout, I obtained a signed confirmation of a prediction I typed out on that day for Jim Mancini, at Murray-Jason, Inc., in Philadelphia, Pa., as follows:

Oct. 26, 1965

I predict today there will be a major disaster connected with the U.S. and/or Govt. within 10 days. This could be a major weather or natural catastrophe or military (service) catastrophe. It will be terrible.

Ted Owens
Witnessed: (Signed)
Jim Mancini
Murray-Jason, Inc.
1033 S. 53rd St.
Phila., Pa.

I knew that the Si's were going to hit the country with some major catastrophe, and within days, but did not know what form it would take. So, I covered this major catastrophe thoroughly in advance, before the Si's followed up with their usual action, once again pointing up my ability to receive communication from them.

 

 

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