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  Adamski - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Adamski (real name: Adam Tinley, born December 4, 1967) is a British dance music producer, prominent at the time of acid house for his tracks "N-R-G" and "Killer" (a collaboration with Seal).
Pop music artist George Michael later successfully married "Killer"'s bass line to the melody of The Temptations' "Papa Was a Rollin' Stone" on a live album featuring the surviving members of Queen.
Adamski's third album was issued in late 1998 on the ZTT Records label, famous for producing acts such as Frankie Goes To Hollywood and Art of Noise.
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 George Adamski - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
George Adamski (April 17, 1891 – April 23, 1965) was a Polish-born American who claimed to have seen and photographed ships from other planets, met people from other planets and to have gone on flights with them.
Adamski said the ET, named Orthon, was from Venus and expressed to Adamski his concern over the development of nuclear weapons and the inability of men on earth to have their spiritual growth keep pace with their technology.
Adamski later claimed to meet other people from other planets (mostly from Venus but also from Mars and Saturn) and said he was taken on flights by them, including one around to the back side of the Moon where he saw cities, UFO landing strips, and mountains covered with trees and snow.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/George_Adamski   (954 words)

 Edwards on Adamski
George instinctively realized that everything had to be pretty nebulous; he knew that details would be disastrous.
She made a deal with George to rewrite his epic; she was to furnish the skilled writing and he was to furnish the photographs of the space ships.
George Adamski died in 1965 of a heart attack.
www.bermuda-triangle.org /html/edwards_on_adamski.html   (741 words)

 The Why Files website your portal to unexplained phenomenon. Discover the facts about UFOs and Alien Visitation
Adamski set up his telescope in a place some distance away from the his companions where, he was later to claim, a silver disc-shaped craft landed from which there emerged a humanoid being with long blond hair.
Adamski, by now, was an international celebrity but when he declared the first Russian Moon photographs as fakes and then in 1962 announced that he was to be transported to Saturn for a conference of space travelers, his credibility began to wain.
George Adamski had described his meeting with a man at Desert Center and remarking that the flesh of his hand was as smooth as a baby's, but firm and warm.
www.thewhyfiles.net /adamski.htm   (3512 words)

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Adamski during the two remaining years of his life, were invited by Col. Freeman at the Pentagon, and a board of 22 scientists at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, to present for examination, these very same photos and films.
George Adamski was addressing the issue of life on other planets back in the 20's & 30's which included speaking on radio programs and teaching classes.
Regarding George Adamski being referred to as "professor": This was an honorary salutation of respect given to him by his students and foreign visitors due to his extensive experience and knowledge encompassing a variety of fields.
www.anomalies.net /archive/historic/adamsk.txt   (1264 words)

 George Adamski   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Adamski and others who made such claims were sometimes called "Contactees".
Adamski said they saw a large cigar-shaped object hovering in the sky.
Adamski believed that the ship was looking for him and so went into the desert by himself.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/g/ge/george_adamski.htm   (1388 words)

 George Adamski
George was born in Poland on 17th April, 1891, and he and his family emigrated to New York two years later.
Adamski and his cult followers finally settled on the southern slopes of Mount Palomar, which is famous for its peak and astronomical observatory.
When he entered the room, Adamski claims the Pope smiled and said 'I have been expecting you' and when George handed him the package, the Pope replied 'That is what I have been waiting for'.
www.ufos-aliens.co.uk /cosmicadamski.html   (1332 words)

George Adamski was born in Poland on April 17, 1891.
Adamski bought a fifteen-inch telescope and constructed a small observatory to permit him to study the skies for hours on end, protected from the weather.
George Adamski was charged with a task and he accomplished that task, in spite of his limitations, and because of his unique character.
www.world-destiny.org /cv6geo.htm   (4006 words)

 All the Planets are Inhabited!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Born in Poland in 1891, George Adamski emigrated to America with his parents at the age of one and a half years.
Adamski devoted the rest of his life to spreading what he believed was the space people's message, and was an extremely colourful character.
George Adamski died in 1965 and was buried in Arlington National Cemetery; the Arthur Bryant story detailed elsewhere in this database, however, indicates that this may not be the end of the story.
www.goddardmultimedia.fsnet.co.uk /atpai/adamski.htm   (666 words)

 Andrew Stuttaford on Raelians on National Review Online
The grandfather of galactic goodwill was George Adamski.
In similar vein George Adamski was unperturbed when shown the first photographs (taken by the Soviet lunar orbiter —; Luna 3) of a bleak and lifeless dark side of the moon (a place where this most curious George had earlier claimed to have seen trees, cities and snow-capped mountains).
Adamski simply denounced the pictures as fakes, a subject on which he was something of an authority, and stuck to his stories of those handsome folk from Saturn, Venus and Mars.
www.nationalreview.com /stuttaford/stuttaford011703.asp   (1562 words)

 THE UFO CASEBOOK Assorted Documents, Free Downloads,
George Adamski was one of the most famous - or notorious - figures on the flying-saucer scene from 1952 until his death in 1965.
Nonetheless, Adamski was shocked one day in December 1957 to receive a letter written on U.S. State Department stationery with a stamped department seal and a Washington, D.C., postmark.
Ufologists skeptical of Adamski's claims were sure the letter was a forgery - perhaps, as analyst Lonzo Dove suspected, composed on the typewriter of Gray Barker, a saucer publisher and practical joker.
www.ufocasebook.com /adamski.html   (954 words)

 Cold War Ghost Rockets Kenneth Arnold Doolittle Mount Ranier Roswell Jesse Marcel Wright Field George Adamski John ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Adamski approached the craft and was allegedly greeted by an alien with shoulder-length blond hair and wearing what appeared to be a ski-suit.
Adamski claims he was offered the chance to see what space really looked like from a spacecraft.
FBI Special Agent George Wilcox advised Hoover: "Please be advised that Dahl did not admit to Brown [Army Corps Officer] that his story was a hoax but only stated that if questioned by authorities he was going to say it was a hoax because he did not want any further trouble over the matter.
www.violations.dabsol.co.uk /confusion/confusionpart2.htm   (2393 words)

 Underground Bases
George Adamski was 62 when he first claimed to have made contact with an alien entity.
Adamski and two of his friends drove to a track to take a closer look.
After the conversation had finished Adamski was given a exterior tour of the spacecraft as he wasn't allowed on board.
members.tripod.com /~andreajp/adamski.htm   (434 words)

 Foreword - Inside the space ships   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
When they joined Adamski after the visitor’s departure, they had all examined the two sets of footprints in the desert—Adamski’s and another set the size of a woman’s “size four.” Plaster casts were taken, one of which I now have on my desk as I write.
Adamski was not the first to claim contact with a landed space craft.
George Adamski, for one, tells of the many illuminating hours he spent in the company of men from more highly evolved worlds and he has managed to recapture some of the spiritual beauty of their knowledge and philosophy.
www.rr0.org /Documents/Livres/Adamski/1955_InsideTheSpaceShips/foreword.html   (2313 words)

 The Triangle Online- The Student Newspaper at Drexel University   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Adamski eventually produced lots of photographs of UFOs, which looked suspiciously like the lids of water coolers that he delivered for a living; this was because they were, in fact, the lids of water coolers he sold for a living tossed into the air and photographed from afar.
Anyway, Adamski claimed that the first photos of other planets brought back by Soviet satellites were fakes; he'd know because his friends from beyond the sky had taken him to most of the planets in our solar system and let him look around.
When he eventually claimed that he wouldn't be in town for a few weeks because he was going to a conference on Saturn, most of his disciples became a little annoyed and he soon lost popularity, though there are still piles of websites singing the praises of his "research".
www.thetriangle.org /media/paper689/news/2005/11/11/SciTech/Adamski.Produces.Faux.Ufo.Abduction.Phenomenon-1054164.shtml?norewrite&sourcedomain=www.thetriangle.org   (511 words)

Accompanied by his wife, Mary, George Adamski eventually came to live in a commune at the foot of Mount Palomar in California, where the famous observatory is located.
Adamski regarded telepathy as an acquired skill, and had taught it as a technique for nearly 30 years.
Adamski said the creature radiated “a feeling of understanding and kindness, with supreme humility,” while imparting to the smitten human what has come to be the standard warnings of nuclear and environmental disaster, coupled with statements of the aliens’ good intentions regarding mankind.
www.coasttocoastam.com /shows/2005/06/02.html   (605 words)

 George Adamski   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
EDITOR'S NOTE: As a boy of 14, I was enthralled by Desmond Leslie and George Adamski's The Flying Saucers Have Landed, that hallucinatory early classic of UFO contactee literature.
The Journal of Pan-Dimensional Literature is privileged to present "Adamski's Palomar" by Colin Bennett, an early draft of a chapter from LOOKING FOR ORTHON (just published by Paraview Press ), in which the British author introduces us to the compelling multi-levular realities of the Adamski event.
As far as Adamski is concerned, the accusation of being a "fantasist" comes usually without reference to those operational 19th-century fantasies without which Palomar observatory could not have been built in the first place.
www.newpara.com /Adamski.htm   (3300 words)

 Why I Can Say That Adamski Was A Liar
Adamski and his believers have said that the book contained the description of a phenomenon that only a real space traveler could have known about : the fireflies which were explained by Adamski as natural little luminous particles filling space between the planets.
Adamski explained that the mother ships were made of at least two walls or "skins" with different kinds of "machinery" between them.
Adamski also said that in the middle of these tubes was a lens that permitted a person to enlarge what was being looked at outside the ship.
www.skepticreport.com /ufo/adamski.htm   (4242 words)

 Still Loving George Adamski (After All These Years), by Chris Tannlund   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Adamski's book was not filed in the 001s with the other UFO titles, but with the Aviation and Rocketry books, a section of the library I didn't get around to until Junior High.
But issues of relative time and co-existing multiple parallel dimensions have demonstrated that Adamski's critics may not even be asking the right questions.
Adamski's narrative as given, and to thrill once again, with an open mind and a grateful heart, to the tale of his personal encounter with the Mysterious Other, and his original revelation for our time of the grand Stellar Federation we are destined to someday join.
christannlund.com /stillove.htm   (604 words)

 SignOnSanDiego.com > News > North County -- Palomar campground expanding its universe
Adamski was born in Poland on April 17, 1891, and moved to New York City when he was 2.
It was during a meteor shower Oct. 9, 1946, that Adamski and some friends said they were in the campgrounds and saw a huge cigar-shaped "mother ship." A year later, Adamski took his first photograph of what he said was the ship returning and crossing in front of the moon high over Palomar Gardens.
Adamski said that Orthon refused to be photographed but asked for a photographic plate.
www.signonsandiego.com /news/northcounty/20030813-9999_7m13ufo.html   (1103 words)

 George Adamski -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
He enjoyed some popularity as perhaps the most prominent contactee, but this gradually diminished as his claims became more questionable, and he was mostly considered a crackpot when he died.
Adamski later claimed to meet other people from other planets (mostly from Venus but also from Mars and Saturn) and said he was taken on flights by them, including one around the moon where he observed valleys and bases.
The letter was the most successful hoaxed UFO document until the Majestic 12 documents were produced in 1987 (Moseley and Pflock 2002:124-27, 332; Peebles 1994:133-34).
psychcentral.com /psypsych/George_Adamski   (902 words)

 How to build a UFO - UFO Evidence   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
George Van Tassel, George Adamski, and others who have made contact with the occupants of these bell shaped crafts have offered some insights into how they are built.
When George Adamski questioned his contacts why they used electrostatic generators, they said a static charge can be created at any point in space with them, which is one of the primary energies of the universe.
At about the second story up on George Van Tassels "integreton", built in Yucca Valley, CA, by extraterrestrial request and blue prints, is a Dirod static generator developed by A.D. Moore.
www.ufoevidence.org /documents/doc1784.htm   (3103 words)

 LOOKING FOR ORTHON: The Story of George Adamski, the First Flying Saucer Contactee and How He Changed the World by ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
In a daring thesis, Bennett suggests that the defining moment of the twentieth century may well prove to be 12:30 pm on Thursday, November 20, 1952 when George Adamski met Orthon, a long-haired youth from Venus This encounter happened in the California desert in the presence of witnesses.
Adamski’s 1953 bestseller, Flying Saucers Have Landed, further ensured that images of the UFO and the space alien would haunt us.
“Adamski is therefore a battlement ghost from the immediate post-war world, appearing at the stroke of midnight to remind us of the disturbingly yet exciting possibility that what we call “reality” may be far more scandalous an affair than previously thought.
www.paraview.com /press_releases/archive/jan15_2002_press_release.htm   (533 words)

 Palomar campground expanding its universe   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Adamski was George Adamski, considered to be a founding father of ufology, the study of unidentified flying objects.
A half-century ago, Adamski was a waiter at a hamburger stand in the park, then called Palomar Gardens, owned by his daughter, Alice K. Wells.
Though Adamski was dismissed by Time magazine as "a crackpot from California," the book was published in seven editions and attracted a huge following for Adamski in this country and in Europe.
www.rickross.com /reference/ufo/ufo25.html   (1028 words)

 Inside the space ships   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Adamski’s photographs of flying saucers, originally published in Flying Saucers Have Landed, have since become world-famous as other witnesses in other parts of the world have succeeded in taking photographs identical with his.
Desmond Leslie, who was co-author with Adamski of Flying Saucers Have Landed, provides a foreword to the new book in which he courageously faces the fact that many will be initially skeptical of the astonishing facts now told for the first time by George Adamski.
Adamski’s first book, Flying Saucers Have Landed, has now sold over 80000 copies in the United States alone and has been translated into Dutch, Spanish, French and is soon to be translated into most of the other European languages.
www.rr0.org /Documents/Livres/Adamski/1955_InsideTheSpaceShips   (698 words)

 Adamski And The Straith Letter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
One critic told Adamski that the letterhead upon which Straith wrote was turned out by 'tens of thousands', with the Seal of State impressed on the blank paper.
Only the Straith letter to Adamski was typed on white-seal, blue-embossed stationery, which was used by the Department of State in memos and letters to the President, ministers of foreign affairs and charges d'affairs.
Adamski had been shrewd enough to have it locked up in his attorney's safe in Beverly Hills, so there the agents went and insisted on seeing it.
www.virtuallystrange.net /ufo/updates/2005/aug/m16-021.shtml   (1391 words)

 Looking for Orthon by Colin Bennett
“This study of Adamski has got to be one of the most eagerly-awaited UFO books to appear in the last few years.
“Adamski had something in him of the dark genius of the covered wagon and riverboat rascals of Mark Twain and Herman Melville.
When we say that what Adamski saw was created by his “imagination,” we show how far our world has fallen, not progressed.
www.ufoinfo.com /ufobooks/orthon.shtml   (423 words)

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