During the writing on a two-part study of affairs with an extraterrestrial species called ‘Ebens’(this is the Earthling’s name for them, an offshoot of ‘EBE’ from Roswell), with whom a cultural exchange was initiated, we read somewhere that the subject material was addictive. This has proved to be true, to an extent, for while we are able to ingest other interesting stories from the UFO community we retain an appetite to sample another taste of Eben news and their history with planet Earth. The more that is learned about these small, apparently unassuming beings raises the desire to supplement that knowledge until two grand questions rear into our head: Did Ebens indirectly create humans? Are they the preeminent species in the universe?
[Any referrals that might hint at the nature of a collective voice, such as “we” and “our”, are a quirk of the narrator and should not be considered as thoughts or opinions that come from anywhere other than the author’s mind. Thank you.]
Examining declassified documents more often than not deepens a student’s confusion. The language within these bureaucratic instruments is so impersonal that it leaves a reader cold and seeking warmth in the forms of anecdotal explanations. Eyewitness accounts are, of course, the best source for information yet even those may sometimes lead to a scratching on the skull. The crash at Roswell involved what became known as the “big-nosed Greys”, which must indicate they had prominent honkers although many refer to their noses as being “beak-shaped”. This is a bit disconcerting because photos of the original, alleged “EBE” do not exhibit a big nose on that being. The same species in 1954 met with President Eisenhower to initiate an open relationship and those present mentioned the visitors were the “big-nosed Greys”. Many people, including this source, felt the Greys were subservient to Reptilian aliens but further study now brings home the possibility that they were ‘created’ by the Ebens to perform this duty. The same applies for spindly mantis aliens; they, too, are creations of the Ebens. In fact, it has been asserted that Ebens can duplicate any form of life if they have a miniscule strand of the particular DNA. This brings us to Area 51, to ‘J-Rod’, and the tragic death of a human.
The Groom Lake Test Facility is a secret, closely-guarded complex that forms the perimeter of an ultra-top secret base called Area 51. This inner area is fenced and gated with both private and military security personnel manning gates to various secret sites. One of the most secretive areas is called S-2. By the time 1983 rolled around Grey aliens were pretty much considered as common coworkers to the humans who were employed by the government and assigned to Area 51. One former employee likened the experience to being cast among a tribe of pygmies in order to get a job done: a culture shock at first but nothing that couldn’t be gotten used to. They worked together to build new aircraft, as well as other advanced applications, for the U.S. military. It must be a fairly safe bet that a great number of UFOs reported recently have been piloted by humans.
A special resident at Area 51 during this timeframe was a cloned biological entity (CBE) that ‘Majestic’ personnel had dubbed ‘J-Rod’ after the entity pointed to the letter ‘J’ on a keyboard, followed by his indicating the “bar” key. Communicating telepathically he explained this combination of keys was the closest thing to the Egyptian symbol for 15 which was the number of light years he was from his home. This is how he explained ‘what’ he was for his name was Chi’el’ah. He was a “gift” from the Ebens; they had apparently made him to help us out with those projects that would get us a leg up on the technologies required to keep up with the flowing universe. The J-Rod was brilliant, cooperative, and he also adjusted quite well to Earth’s atmosphere. He was an Eben, a facet that must have placed him above the regular, drone-like worker Greys for his attendance was apparently celebrated rather than merely accepted.
The things Chi’el’ah knew and was willing to share could cover the noodles of our brain with a miasma of hapless confusion if we jumped it all at once: Stargates, magical cubes, time travel, Looking Glasses……We would do well to try his items one thing at a time in future articles. Anyway, the Ebens gave Area 51 another entity to study, a controlled worker unit, and the scientists there dubbed it an Archquloid. It was primitive compared to Chi’el’ah and was described as one of the “big-nosed Greys”. As you can see the classifications of these beings is a baffling study (there would be five classes eventually). The Archquloid was troubled from the outset, disillusioned by culture shock to the point that it “lost its mind”. The J-Rod, for reasons known only to the Ebens, released the suffering creature from its containment pod and it began to wander toward Gate 3.
The unfortunate security guard who manned Gate 3 on that fateful April evening in 1983 was probably an employee of Wackenhut Corp, a private firm that had always kept in check the strange goings-on at Area 51, most specifically the S-2 confinement area. While no one can say with any authority what transpired at Gate 3 that night, one thing is certain: the guard did not quit his post, he did not run.
Searchers in a jeep noticed the empty guard shack upon approach, dismayed when they saw the metallic gate was spattered with blood. Only a brief investigation was required to determine a horrible thing had occurred there. The guard, who must have challenged the disoriented Archquloid, had been destroyed. Witnesses reported it appeared as if he had imploded and the only recognizable piece of anatomy they could recover was an eyeball. They resumed their search, angry and determined, and found the Archquloid lying on the ground near a culvert. One of the security agents ordered the creature to rise and stay in place but it got up and began walking away. He fired a warning shot over its head and it turned to point a weapon at him. The agent then utilized deadly force, striking the creature at least twice in the center of its torso. The alien being collapsed but was not dead as the professional security personnel hurried it to the infirmary. There, incredibly, the Archquloid recovered completely from its wounds but would die one year later when “its brain just seemed to stop”.
An inquiry followed the shooting for a man had been killed and someone had to answer for it. The problem, however, was the source of the investigation; it was impossible to ascertain what the J-Rod had been thinking when he released the Archquloid. The same dilemma applied when the investigators tried to deduce where the being had gotten a weapon.
Sometimes, in the world of extraterrestrials, there are questions that will not be answered.