John L. Fielder, author of the Handbook of Nature Cure Volume One: Nature Cure vs. Medical Science, the first chapter of which is “That Fallacious Germ Theory”, is Australian. Lee Finkle, however, hails from Wisconsin, but doesn’t seem to have had any contact with anywhere in reality for a long time. Finkle is a spokesperson for the Pleiadians. The Pleiadians are from the star system called the Pleiades. Whereas “[t]he Lyrans from Lyra are our common ancestors.” Finkle knows this because they told her. They also told her the history of their race and of Earth, which sounds a bit like a mishmash of Star Trek and Battlestar Galactica; apparently the Pleiadians discovered the Earth (which, by the way, is 626 billion years old) around 225,000 B.C. and mixed with the people here, who were apparently already of alien descent, and – with the permission of The Galactic Federation, no less – started to create civilizations. They left in about 10 AD, but left behind Jesus, whose lineage were part Pleiadian and who “was a very evolved soul”. For good measure, Finkle has also predicted that “as Earth enters the Photon Band by year 2000, the Pleiadians are going to help bring all humans on Earth into the light.” We are not sure whether 2000 left her disappointed or whether she finally received the help she craved.
Apparently Finkle is associated with Alienworlds, whatever that is, but we encountered her (and rants about the same stuff by one Billy Meier) at something called the Burlington UFO Center. Their webpage is here, and it’s pretty amazing. We couldn’t resist clicking on “Turn Your Television Set into a UFO Detector. Click Here for Instructions,” which took us to an even more amazing page featuring one Mary Sutherland, who, among very many other things, claims to have found Atlantis in Kentucky and promises you an “Invisible Man caught on camera, crossing the road” – an invisible green man, in fact (being both invisible and green (and catchable on camera) is pretty amazing in itself) – that Mary encountered in the form of a Thunderbird after having been telepathically told by Native Americans to do a spiral dance. But the BUC site itself really contains an almost endless supply of good information. Did you know that “the movie PREDATOR was based off a real encounter”? Or that cattle mutilations “serve a purpose for the aliens,” namely that they “have a genetic disorder in that their digestive system is atrophied and non-functional” and that they use the tissue they “extract” from cattle instead? Neither did we. Nor, for that matter, do the people at Burlington UFO center, but that is a different matter.
Diagnosis: It really is an amazing website, and will definitely make you both a little happy and a little sad at the same time. Oh, and Lee Finkle probably needs some attention, too.