Dr Stephen Greer and Ufology

Seeing a disc-shaped craft as a child sparked Dr. Stephen M. Greer’s interest in ufology. In 1990 he founded the Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence (http://www.CSETI.org), an international nonprofit organization dedicated to scientific research and education in order to further our understanding of extraterrestrial intelligence (ETI) and extraterrestrial spacecrafts (ETS).

Convinced of a government-corporate conspiracy to suppress the truth about ETI and extraterrestrial technology, he founded the Disclosure Project (http://www.DisclosureProject.org) in 1993. Then in order to focus on his projects in ufology, Dr. Greer left his post as Chairman of Emergency Medicine at Caldwell Memorial Hospital in North Carolina in 1998.

Through the Disclosure Project, Dr. Greer convinced hundreds of military and government officials to defy nondisclosure pacts by testifying at a 2001 National Press Conference in Washington, D.C., where Sgt. Clifford Stone revealed his involvement with cataloging 57 different alien species. Regrettably, the extraordinary evidence of the existence of ETS and their occupants was overshadowed in the media by the events of 9/11.

Dr. Greer also founded the Orion Project (http://www.theorionproject.org) to develop non-polluting and cheap energy generators and the Advanced Energy Research Organization (AERO), Inc. (http://www.AERO2012.com) in 2007 to develop, disclose and establish new energy and propulsion technologies. It is common knowledge that planet Earth is in trouble from the toxicity of our current energy and propulsion systems. Passionate about making our world habitable for future generations, Dr. Greer insists that if the government came clean with what it knows about ETI technology, we could replace our dependence on fossil fuels and ionizing nuclear power with clean, safe, efficient and inexpensive energy for all.

Evidence shows that UFO activity has dramatically increased over the past five decades, since the infamous crash outside Roswell, NM in 1947, where the bodies of four extraterrestrials, commonly known as Grays, were recovered. When Project Blue Book was declassified with most details blackened-out, one can only wonder what is still being withheld from the public.

Sgt. Stone testified that all the cataloged entities were humanoid and some could walk unnoticed among us. Might not ETI live among us today? If not yet, can we deny the possibility of future contact? As part of the CSETI project, Dr. Greer conducts week-long training sessions at various locations to prepare participants to be Ambassador(s) to the Universe through psychic communication with ETI.

The calendars of ancient civilizations, including the Mayan Calendar, end in 2012. This is commonly interpreted as the end of life as we know it, or at least a major change for planet Earth. Although differing predictions exist for the cataclysmic end-date, from solar flares to asteroids to a shift in Earth’s polarity, could not humankind survive with the technologies and even assistance of ETI? If so, does not the public have the right to know the truth and to benefit from long-suppressed ETI technologies?

“One problem,” Dr. Greer observes. “That might weaken or topple the corporate-government power structure that controls our fuel and energy systems, mass produces war weapons and keeps a tight reign on the global economy.”

Certainly the good doctor is a salesman and very good at promoting his projects in ufology. However, anyone who is so committed to the environment and improving the human condition, while preparing for peaceful ETI-human relationships, cannot be all bad.