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Fetal-stem cell therapy –does using the “God Cell” mean your Child does Not have to Die?

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In this week of strong sentiments being voiced for the betterment of all humankind and love at the DNC, I will add another.


I have always been an admirer of innovators in medicine and healing. My father’s brother, Uncle Milty, delivered many of the babies in my hometown. He was a physician who practiced hypnosis which he taught his patients during their pregnancies. They then used it together in the delivery room resulting in relatively pain free births. Ok, some of my classmates still look at little dazed, but they there was no birth trauma.
Then a few years back I had the privilege of working with Dr. Hilary Koprowski, Director for 34 years at The Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology in Philadelphia. Dr. Koprowski, a Polish immigrant who escaped the Nazis, developed the first oral vaccine against poliomyelitis, the infant paralysis which swept across North America and the British Isles. His discovery helped saved millions of children. Dr. Korowski was also a pianist and composer and together we wrote a satire on the hypocrisies of the medical system which he often found absurd. It was called Club Med-i-cal.
In LA last week, I met another medical ground breaker Dr. William Rader. President Obama in his speech at the DNC, said “he sees doctors coming up with new cures.” I wonder if he were speaking about Dr. Rader.


Dr. Rader has had a long career. In the media, he appeared as a medical expert on ABC’s Good Morning America and for thirteen years was a regular commentator on medical issues on KABC, Los Angeles. He served as chief psychiatrist for the U.S .Navy’s alcoholic treatment program from 1971 to 1973 and developed a treatment approach to addiction that was later adopted as part of the Betty Ford recovery program at the Eisenhower Medical Center in California. He also created highly successful programs for eating disorders and built the first HIV/AIDS treatment center in Latin America. He co-created one segment of the other ground breaker, the television show All In the Family and was married to one of its stars, actress Sally Struthers. To say he is a Renaissance man is perhaps saying too little. For now Dr. Rader has been embarked on the most cutting edge of healing…the stem cell.
Prior to meeting Dr. Rader, I knew little more about stem cell therapy than it is considered the new frontier of treating a disease or a condition. Bone marrow transplant is the most widely used stem-cell therapy although there are other therapies that are derived from the umbilical cord. The controversy that surrounds this therapy has to do with the location of the stem-cell, it being felt by certain ethicists and the religious right that the embryonic or fetal stem cell (which Dr. Rader works with) is touchy. Because it requires a living fetus to donate the cells for research, there has been backlash, despite the facts that it has been proven to heal the untreatable and to prolong life.
Dr. Rader first got into fetal stem-cell work in 1995 when he was invited to Eastern Europe to meet with scientists and doctors who have been making significant strides in fetal stem-cell research. They wanted to speak to a doctor from the West to share their progress reports. He vetted all the doctors and then visited their hospital in the Ukraine to witness their research. The stem cells were not illegal there because abortion is legal and donors are given the choice as to whether they want to donate or destroy the fetal cells.
When Dr. Rader returned to the U.S., he was a changed man. He witnessed so much healing work that he didn’t realize was possible and in 1995 founded Stem Cell of America, an international corporation dedicated to the research and development of the clinical application of fetal stem cells. He currently serves as chairman of the board and chief scientist.


Disease scares me so at first I wasn’t eager to talk to Dr. Rader, but after his assistant sent me the film on his work, I was hooked.


In The God Cells, director Eric Merola shows us the patients that have given up all hope of having normalcy and a pain free life. From the sixteen year old girl with who wanted to commit suicide because of the daily pain, to the southern lady with Parkinson’s who has had a complete remission and plays piano like she did as a young woman. These are extraordinary, dare I say, miraculous stories. Even the personal physicians of patients who don’t know much about fetal stem-cell work are flabbergasted at the successful healing their patients have had.


I then looked at his book (Blocked in the U.S.A. by William C. Rader, MD) …one medical success after the next: an Alzheimer patient whose symptoms are reversed and resumes post as dean of a graduate school; a teenager who had untreatable cystic fibrosis, now symptom free; and an MS patient, now symptom free with lesions gone from his brain.
I have suffered migraines and constant pain from something diagnosed as Fibromyalgia that temporarily challenged my otherwise adorable personality. I have friends with Lupus, cancer, MS and auto-immune challenges. I love these people. So it was imperative that I meet this man who’s experienced so many successes and has such hopeful views of our health…not in the future, but now.
At seventy-eight, William Rader is filled with a crackling intellect and an ardent desire to wake the world up to what he believes works. You can’t help but notice his beautiful skin which he claims is from his own stem cell therapy. It is LA, so it’s impossible to know for sure; he looks great. But it’s his passion and devotion to his patients that really stands out. He is firm in his belief that fetal stem-cell therapy can give renewed life to those who have felt doomed by other medical models and longevity to those who believe we can live better and longer. And he doesn’t believe that we must do ten years of trials before using them… he says that he has had success with over 3000 patients and no negative reactions.
Unlike other persecuted visionaries, who spend a great deal of time talking about their lawsuits, Dr. Rader only briefly mentions that he is unpopular with the medical system and that quite a few alternative doctors have been killed. He has had to move his clinic twice due to threats from local politicians and it is now based in Mexico.
Why is it so controversial? One reason is that the pharmaceutical companies have a lot to lose when a future of curative and preventative healthcare is offered at a lower cost.
And there is the abortion issue. The abortions would happen anyway. The women make their own decisions on whether the fetal tissues will be used for medical purposes. And because he says he is able to get enough cells from one fetal stem-cell to help a million patients, it is hardly exploitative.
Because Dr. Rader has seen so much success with his patients, he doesn’t believe he needs to conduct ten years of research in double blind studies. He feels that would effectively be withholding treatment from adults and children who could otherwise be cured, many of whom do not have ten years to wait.
So Dr. Rader is like an outlaw in his own profession. To pioneer and strike out on one’s own, sacrifices are made; risks occur. Knowing this, Dr. Rader volunteered to resign his medical license so that he could pursue this healing modality …. He was not permitted to do so, and now if you look at Wikipedia, it says his license was revoked. This may have been done to disparage his work and his reputation. If I had only looked at what I read online, I may have thought…whack job. But that all changed once I started to look at the overwhelming positive evidence.
I asked him to briefly explain to a laywoman why the fetal stem-cell is considered the God cell.
The stem-cell is the only stem cell where you can get nerve cells from the brain of a fetus which is needed for Parkinson’s and other neurological diseases. For an umbilical cord transplant, for example, they are not going to put a needle into the brain of a newborn to get these neurotical cells, so it’s the only stem cell where you can get pure neuronal cells. Any other stem cells don’t make it.
He says that it is also readily available for expansion (growing more of the cells) so that the material from one fetus can treat thousands of patients.

This is why he can treat a million patients from one fetus.
Its immune privilege is different from other cells. A fetal tissue can be given to anyone without rejection which then allows it to be used for many different diseases. Also there is no matching necessary…you don’t need to match the fetus to the patient which is the most difficult part of the process.
The below procedure is of great interest to patients with neurological disease.
The technique is to inject subcutaneously where it is picked up from the lymphatic system and crosses the blood brain barrier and gets into the brain and spinal cord.
The other shot that is given intravenously is a different cell.

It is of the immune system. It searches the body for any kind of pathology, it stimulates the damaged cell to produce healthy cells and it also turns the damaged cells into normal ones. It decides through its intelligence where to go, prioritizes and then goes to that area and afterwards goes all round the body looking for areas of pathology.
Ok, now I somehow understand the process. And if Dr. Rader’s claims hold up, then standard medical care would truly be revolutionized.

He assures me that they use the finest labs and every cell goes through trenchant analysis, three times over before being considered for his work.
As for costs? Not cheap, but according to the film, many patients have been given breaks on the treatment. And when you weigh the cost of the process against illness, death and years of expensive medical procedures that don’t work, it is cost effective.
Nothing gives more weight to a subject than the voices of the healed. His book is filled with testimonies from parents who saw their child with autism, cancer, cerebral palsy and many more ‘untreatable’ diseases healed and grateful. And in the case of Brenda Nigro, wife of Dr. Dennis Nigro, a plastic surgeon whose bout with cancer received renewed health and extra time because of the treatment, “do not falter …the world needs the stem cell miracle.


Blocked in the U.S.A., The Stem Cell Miracle by William C. Rader, MD (Nanog Publishing Inc.)
In The God Cells, Director Eric Merola, (


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July 29, 2016 at 5:13 pm

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An Antidote for Now: Woody Allen’s Cafe Society

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Woody Allen’s Café Society is about as far away from current global realities as possible and that’s exactly why it’s grand. To be carried into his dream world of early Golden Hollywood Daze mixed with Brooklyn when the Dodgers were still there, is a cocktail that goes down as smoothly as the extra dry martinis served up at Les Tropiques, the swank El Morocco nightclub in the film.

Café Society is manna for the detail starved. Santo Loquasto, the Production Designer, is at his best with stunning, if not always authentic sets. The first Hollywood Hills mansion looks a little too modern for the era and Jesse Eisenberg’s (Bobby Dorfman) motel room, a little too charming for the price. But it is all gorgeous. The lighting palette is varied and delightful…star cinematographer Vittorio Storaro, who shot films like Last Tango in Paris and Apocalypse Now, captures the it beautifully.

This is a film where the details really soar. Jeannie Berlin as Bobby’s mother has a vocal pitch that is kvetchy perfect and occasionally brings to mind the young woman who insisted on eating egg salad with her mouth open in The Heartbreak Kid. Ms. Berlin is now older and fully in control of her comedic skills.

If there were doubts that Jessie Eisenberg could carry a comedy, they will be banished with Café Society. His Ben is truthful and sweet, and as a Woody stand-in, neurotic in his own unique way; a way that doesn’t preclude the possibility of becoming a man who will ‘end up’ successful, much the way Mr. Allen has in real life.

The film jogs back and forth between New York and Hollywood, with Bobby’s family providing a wonderful counterpoint to the glamour of life in California.

The acting is all good – Kristen Stewart as the earnest love interest, Steve Carell, as a Hollywood bigwig agent, urbanite Parker Posey, pious sister Sari Lennick, Ben’s father Ken Stott, socialite Blake Lively, and a terribly toupeed Corey Stall as the sexy mafia brother.

Mr. Allen’s story telling is so well plotted that you seem to fly along with the characters’ lives and that even when bad things happen, it doesn’t feel so bad. His generous sprinkling of Yiddish throughout gives the story a slightly folkish quality, especially in the Brooklyn scenes. A young guy going on the road to finding himself, getting mentored, getting love, getting disillusioned and landing on his feet is classic and yet feels fresh because the world presented is fun and colorful.

Does the critique of Hollywood values reflect Mr. Allen’s own distaste for the glitz? Probably to some extent, but the way he lovingly films that world shows bemusement more than contempt, and an acceptance that life is never 100 percent. Is he saying that a nightclub run by hoods is equivalent to a film studio… in both places you can make a killing and get killed. It may be an element, but mostly it’s about dreams of love that never quite work out… ‘that special feeling’ that never goes away, despite all the external changes you may make to forget her or him.

Mr. Allen may not deal with politics as such but he does give the characters a chance to face their own moral compass. Steve Carell dreams of leaving his wife and suffers for the dream. Decisions are not made without thought. The Jewish characters are not all alike…they don’t have the same level of guilt, even in the same family.

The one bone I’d pick is that the story never returns to the escort Candy, (Anna Camp), who Ben orders in his first lonely weeks in LA. Bobby is shocked that she’s late, not so gorgeous, a first timer and a Jew. All of that is funny and great as a metaphor for the prostituting of oneself in show business. Still, this Candy is a warm funny character doing something scary and we never find out her future. Perhaps she represents all the victims of Hollywood dreams.

That we have little real control of our lives is best felt in the nightclub singer’s rendition of Rodger and Harts’ Mountain Greenery. Mr. Allen has lived long enough to personally know that falling in love is beyond our control: In a mountain greenery, Where God paints the scenery, Just two crazy people together.


Café Society is a love story. It is ultimately Mr. Allen’s love for life, despite his protestations.





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July 12, 2016 at 3:41 am

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The Sex Play, Branagh’s Romeo & Juliet

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Romeo, Romeo wherefore art thou Romeo? How many women throughout the ages have uttered these words with the wish of experiencing perfect love? For fair Juliet, it is a specific desired object for whom she calls out, and we all wait in the dark for HIS response.

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Thursday evening, Kenneth Branagh’s Shakespeare Company’s Romeo and Juliet will screen nationwide through Fathom Events, the company that brings filmed live productions of theater, opera and more. The stage show will continue to run in London at the Garrick Theatre until August 16.
Branagh gave us King Henry in 1989 and his talent was off and running. With co-director Rob Ashford, this Romeo and Juliet star Downton Abbey’s Lady Rose and Richard Madden (Game of Thrones) as the star-crossed lovers. Meera Syal plays the Nurse and Sir Derek Jacobi is Mercutio, best friend to Romeo.
I have tried hard not to read the reviews, though two notes could not be avoided… Lily is terrific as a teen-age Juliet and Jacobi’s command of his instrument and long experience performing Shakespeare makes for a not-to-be missed performance.
I had the opportunity to speak to Sir Jacobi moments before he was gearing up for the next performance.
His voice is soft and with perfect elocution. I asked him how he was able to capture a younger Mercutio from his revered age of 77.
He told me a story about George Orwell’s trip to Paris. There, he and his friends meet an older man sitting at the café, with his drink. The group all gets on famously and when the older man leaves, the bartender shares with Orwell, that the man, a regular, was none other than Oscar Wilde. He was just like one of the boys, witty and sharing stories from his own experiences, much like Mercutio’s reflections of his own life, where in his Mab speech, he displays all sides of himself. He sees the fun side of life and makes jokes, usually of a questionable, if not Elizabethan, sexual quality.
Mr., Sir, Jacobi’s, technique is to find his emotional anchoring in a character. He can’t start a role until he’s established this anchor, inside himself. Of course, though anchoring is different with different characters, he insists that there is only one spirit, one imagination that comes through all of his characters.
I had read that he is part of a community that believes William Shakespeare did not write any of the plays. He concurred, and though positive that the “man from Stratford” is not the author we all revere, that no one yet is certain who the real Shakespeare is.

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Not to worry. Romeo and Juliet is a beautiful teaching of love and hate and redemption. I expect to cry for the fiftieth time while seeing this play.

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July 6, 2016 at 4:05 am

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Long Star Spirits, spirited fun

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From the moment you walk into the Fourth Street Theater to see Crowded Outlet’s LONE STAR SPIRITS, the environment makes you want to have a drink. The set is like a cross between a VFW cellar bar and a general store, run down and short on supplies, inviting in the way that all places which have served their purpose and yet stubbornly hang on, are. You know it has passed its sale by date and you like it even better because it doesn’t care.

lonestarThe characters, too, have been hanging around a bit too long. DREW, (Aaron Roman Weiner), overwhelmed in a Brad Paisley Stetson, tries to carry himself like he’s still playing tightend for the home team. (The reader will forgive if I mix up football positions) His glory days are now all tied up with raising the funds for a monument of him catching the winning play that took the local high school to state championship. Of course, he drinks a lot.

His friend, proprietor WALTER, (Martin LaPlatney), is a voice off-stage for the first five minutes and it is a wonderful voice. Filled with all the color of the locale and the wisdom that comes from selling too much whiskey to dreamers like Drew. Where Drew is short and wired, Walter enters like a long drink of Texas water, eliciting an interrogation from Drew because he is wearing a tie.

Soon JESSICA, (Amelia McClain), a single Gulf War widow with a kid to feed, buys whatever she needs to nullify both her son and her mom who’s babysitting so that she can go out and get drunk with the girls. The angry non-looks she and Drew throw each other are filled with all the mystery of small town life; a place where rumors fly so fast you have to wear a helmet to keep your head on. They are discreet.

MARLEY, (Mikaela Feely-Lehmann), long gone and living in Austin, arrives with her Eastern-born fiancé BEN, (KeiLyn Durrel Jones), in tow to visit Walter her father. They make it known pretty quickly that they have no interest in staying the night, though Ben wants to buy all the ‘authentic” rickety furniture for his online store…until one of the chairs collapses.

Jessica tries to remind Marley of their old high school friendship while Drew keeps flirting, talking about their dating days as often as he mentions the BIG GAME. Pretty soon we discover that Marley and her mom deserted the town and her father long time ago, but now Marley needs dad’s help so that she can move forward in her precisely planned future.

There is an abundance of humor, warmth and wisdom in this small show. Ghosts and guns play their part, but it is its well-drawn and beautifully played characters that make it a go see. Director Wes Grantom does a great job of bumping people into each other at just the right moment and playwright Josh Tobiessen knows how to spin a surprise like a master.

LONE STAR SPIRITS will be performed at the 4th Street Theatre (83 East 4th Street) beginning Friday, June 3rd (through Sunday, June 19th).

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June 7, 2016 at 4:37 am

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The Hundred We Are..3 stages of women

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Having just spent many hours at the Commission on the Status of Women at the UN and taking in so many atrocities of social injustice against my gender, I was hesitant to attend The Hundred We Are, a play about women’s issues written by a man. I shouldn’t have worried. Jonas Hassen Khemiri, a Swedish playwright, has no problem understanding the plight of women’s many life decisions and the regrets that both sexes, but women with historically less opportunity, must feel as they age. In this story, three women play different ages of one, and one speaks as the shadow.

I’ve seen many shows at the Cell Theatre and the Origin group are always inventive. For this play though, the use of projected words and the balcony space, didn’t add much to the story. I wasn’t aware of why the one actress  (Kitty Chen) wasn’t speaking, and though it may have had to do with memorization issues, her acting was so good that I appreciated her pantomime, especially as the voices of the other actors were so strong. They were all terrific; Mirirai Sithole, Caitlin Cisco and especially Orlagh Cassidy, whose range of emotions were full and honest.

I’ve not seen his other works, and though I do admire the intention, the devise of three women playing aspects of one required too much thinking for me to fully contemplate their plight. When she leaves her husband to travel the world, I wanted to know more about why she felt the need to return to a husband who among other deficits, had smelly pants.

The question of whether to live one’s life or worry about the lives of others and even do something for them was particularly timely, having just faced the plight of so many around the world. I imagine that it’s a question we may all ask ourselves as we age

The Origin (George C. Heslin, artistic director) always produces daring political shows. Directed by Erwin Maas, the play runs until April 8.


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March 28, 2016 at 1:15 am

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alienBy permission of Phillip Birch, artist
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If the Donald thinks he’s got problems with outsiders coming into the U.S, imagine the anxieties of Professor David M. Jacobs. After fifty years of research into the UFO phenomenon, creating the ICAR (International Center for Abduction Research) and writing four books on the subject, Jacobs is confident that aliens are here already and walking among us. And unlike Michael Rennie’s character Klaatu in The Day The Earth Stood Still, they are up to NO GOOD. Even a wall won’t keep them out.

We may be talking about a subject many people still find incredulous, but Dr. Jacobs has solid credits. He received his PhD from University of Wisconsin in intellectual history, but finding the UFO phenomenon fascinating, wrote his dissertation on the controversy of UFOs. He’s only recently retired from Temple University in Philadelphia where his specialization was 20th century American pop culture.

With a billowy cloud of white hair, and intense bespectacled eyes, Jacobs is not exactly what one might expect in an abduction specialist. He has a good sense of humor, but then, he has to. After 900 hypnosis sessions with 140 abductee clients, he’s heard it all. One of the tenets for studying the Kabbalah is that it’s important to have reached one’s fortieth birthday before taking on the study of this mystical part of Judaism. It’s believed that by forty, a little maturity may have formed, even in men. In Jacobs’ case, it is very important that he was married for a long time as well as being more mature. The sexual goings on with the aliens and their abductees is pretty heady stuff — vulnerable subjects may be less prone to share their intimate stories as openly with younger hypnotists.

Jacobs regards hypnosis as very down to earth. He feels it’s only slightly different than normal consciousness and not an altered state. The client is relaxed and better able to remember repressed abduction situations. Jacobs is not bothered by the idea of false memories. His subjects have verifiable proof of absence from locations, time lapse and bodily marks, internally and externally.

There are many therapists dealing with the subject, but according to Jacobs, they are practicing in a New Age style camp and don’t realize what’s at stake. Since UFO super star Bud Hopkins’ death, Jacobs is one of the only people doing this kind of research. He is emphatic about the coming danger from aliens and feels has an urgent responsibility, not only to his subjects, but to the world.

I didn’t ask him for personality bios on his subjects. I’ve read enough to know that people from all walks of life have claimed to have had this experience, including Ronald Reagan and Simon Parkes, a city labor councilor from the UK who went public on British television. Jacobs says that there are abductees on every continent.

I mentioned a friend to him who claims to have seen extraterrestrials outside the entrance to the BMT subway one early morning on his way to a proofreading job. They appeared to Sam to be giant fruit flies with pointed teeth. Jacobs seriously doubted that they were real. According to him, one only sees aliens if they are actually being abducted. My friend might be an abuductee, but what he remembers is flawed. Plus, one is never abducted in a crowd. Good news for Trump rallies.

Now my own doubts started to simmer. Was the spaceship I spotted on my upper West side roof one July 4th actually an abduction and what seemed like only seconds passing was in fact a couple of missing hours? Was I swept away? Is that why I was late for the poker party?

Dr. Jacob’s subjects have memories even I wouldn’t wish on a Republican. Bug eyed aliens sticking instruments into female abductees’ navels, stealing their eggs, getting them pregnant, and then a few weeks later, getting them unpregnant. It’s so hideous that even with the claims of the occasional cosmic orgasm, many abductees are happy to have lost the memories. Still, it’s those nagging feelings and nightmares that drive them to David’s office for help.

Perhaps many of our fables are really covers for abductions. What about that flying carpet? And did Dorothy, too, eventually realize that Oz was nothing more than another galaxy and those weird cramps she had back in Kansas were symptoms of implants? Jacobs’ patients’ stories are filled with villainous activity even more despotic than the bad Witch.

What separates Jacobs’ theories from other researchers and abductees who claim that the alien experience is benevolent, is that he’s positive they are not. Based on the information given while ‘under’, the subjects insist that the harvesting of eggs is not merely an experiment to study the human body, but a dark project of immense proportions. Jacobs says that the aliens have been reproducing with humans for a long time making hybrids; now there’s a human like group called hubrids who will assist their true alien culture into moving here and taking over ours. The purpose of the long term cross-fertilization is so they can do it without ruffling too many feathers.

I asked him what these hubrids looked like and would they stand out in a crowd? “From what I can tell, hubrids have no overt physical differences between them and humans. The only differences are in brain function, e.g. the ability to control humans neurologically.’ He calls this brain scanning, something the aliens are able to do by using their big black eyes to sear right through the human psyche.

My thoughts went to artist Margaret Keane who painted faces with black limpid peepers. Had she been abducted or was she a hubrid? Was she perhaps preparing us for the onslaught?

“They might have other brain differences as well — I am not sure if they go into a sleep-like state at night or if they do not sleep at all. The best I can say is that sleep does not appear to them to be important. Also, they are very quick learners and they appear to have superior memories. If there are these differences, then there very well might be others.”

A lot of my friends have sleep apnea these days. Is there a connection?

Jacobs started receiving instant messaging on his computer from someone he suspected as being the hubrid that had been hanging out with one of his clients. It was as if the alien was spying on him or perhaps trying to scare him off. The hubrid’s questions had an innocent, socially undeveloped point of view that they was almost childlike. Actually, sounds like a lot of my own internet correspondence.

“They are still trying to learn our ways. We don’t know what happens to a hubrid after he or she breaks off from the abductees. My assumption is that they have learned enough to be confident and that they can easily blend into any human society.”

Apparently, there are a few classes of aliens. Who are the soldiers?

“I am not sure what you mean by soldiers. The top guns are insect-like and they haven’t been interested in merging with our DNA. There is no evidence that the insectalins will change form to conform to human standards. They will remain in their own form. These Insectalins have put together others to help carry out their long term plans. They are crucially important cogs in the aliens’ plans. They have created the hubrids (hybrids who are living here) to do those duties.“

Ah, a pure race of insects. So comforting. Mothra, the singing butterly from a Japanese sci fi film comes to mind. I wondered what galaxy these super bugs are from.

“They do not discuss this. In fact would be impossible to explain this to a human because if they have a name for their planet, that name would mean nothing to us. Where they come from is useless knowledge. The only thing that is important is what these aliens are here for and what they will be doing to us. “

Dr. Jacobs speaks in a neutral tone until he talks about the scary future. I’m very good with faces and begged him for more details on their look…couldn’t I pick them out at a movie line?

“Only abductees know them because they have been introduced to them on board a UFO. There might be other ways abductees can recognize them, but that is a longer story. (We never got back to that) However, non-abductees would not be able to know who they are by their physical appearance. They have been bred to look absolutely average in order to not stand out.”

He kept repeating the plan that the abductees reported to him during hypnosis. They say that the aliens refer to it as the Change. Of course, I thought of menopause what with all the sexual business and then there’s the obvious, climate change?

“No, the abduction phenomenon can be dated back to the early part of the 20th century. There wasn’t a climate change problem when the alien program was already fully established. People thought it was the atomic bomb that led the aliens to intervene. There is absolutely no evidence for that whatsoever. What they are doing in unrelated to human actions.”

Was there a time frame for this ‘change’?

“I think time is on their side. We do not know how long insectalins live. If they have been doing this since the early 20th century, time is obviously not of major consequence. My sense of it is that time means very little and they and they will finish when their project is ready to be finished.”

Ok, maybe there’s time to make a survival plan. If the one -percenters haven’t bought up all the tickets to the first voyage to Mars, we could leave the earth. The image of waves of refugees pouring into NASA with ruthless ticket scalpers hawking at the launching pad killed that idea. Clearly, there will be no place to hide what with the insects’ advanced brain scanning tricks.

Dr. Jacobs added softened the story …he said they might not be cruel, but will definitely take away our will. We will no longer be independent, but subject to the rules and philosophy of a sort of cosmic fascism. Where have I heard that before?

What of inter-species marriage? They say you never really know your partner, really. How many are already here? Did we marry them? Do they live next door? Will they rebel from the mother planet once they get a taste of Netflix and chipolte?

Invasion by another country or planet isn’t funny. If the accounts of the aliens’ shameful probings are any indication of their health care policies, I’d rather keep Obama Care. We citizens just don’t know enough to discount this information. The government may know more and aren’t saying. Dr. Jacobs hopes to continue his research and helping abductees. Perhaps one of his patients will eventually remember something…something that a hubrid or a hybrid or even a grey slipped out when they had had too much oxygen…something that we can do to save ourselves and the earth. Maybe time will be on our side, too.

Dr. Jacobs will be speaking at Contact in the Desert, June 3-6, Joshua Tree

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March 26, 2016 at 11:59 pm

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The Ladies of Juarez

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In honor of The Commission on the Status of Women and all the missing people, all around the planet.








The ladies of Juarez

Have given their lives,

Back to the mother,

With deeply sealed eyes.


Why were they taken,

By those with brute force,

When if asked just to dance,

Would have loved to, of course.


The ladies of Juarez

Are broken and torn,

Back to the Mother,

She, alone, will mourn.


Why were they wasted

By thick heavy arms,

When flowers on offer,

Would have lit their hearts warm.


The ladies of Juarez,

Have given their lives,

Back to the mother,

With deeply sealed eyes.

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March 21, 2016 at 1:58 pm

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