UFO researcher William Lyne to speak in Albuquerque, New Mexico at the UFO and Paranormal Forum




The New Mexico UFO and Paranormal Forum will present a special speaker, William Lyne, for its September forum on Saturday, September 17, 2011.  The forum is open to the public and admission is FREE.

It will start at 1:15 p.m. and will end at 3 p.m.and will be held at Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center (Room 5), 501 Elizabeth St., SE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87123.


William Lyne was born in Big Spring, Texas, and raised in West Texas oil boom towns and ranching country.  He had a Top Secret clearance in Air Force Intelligence, earned a B.S. degree with a double major in Art and Industrial Technology from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas, acquired an M.F.A. in Studio Arts from the University of Texas at Austin in 1969, and has lived in New Mexico for over 28 years.


In 1975, he rejected a high-paying and prestigious executive CIA position offered by the then director George Bush, because he believes the National Security Act of 1947 is an illegal betrayal of American Sovereignty and liberty, and that the flying saucer, as man's greatest invention, should be enjoyed by all.


He believes that the USA government should be prohibited from engaging in covert and illegal mind-control of the American people, because it fraudulently violates our bill of (Human) Rights by circumventing our right to fully informed consent or refusal.


He began research leading to the the publication of his book (Space Aliens from the Pentagon, now in its third edition under the new title Pentagon Aliens) over 48 years ago, and recognized the "Roswell Incident" as a bungled hoax when it was created in 1947 by military intelligence personnel at Holloman Air Force Base in Alamogordo, New Mexico and perpetrated in the vicinity of nearby Roswell.


His recent video interview can be seen at:



For over 48 years, William Lyne has studied and researched "flying saucers" after he and others personally witnessed these craft while growing up along the southern New Mexico border.

His discoveries led to much different answers than has been propagated by the government for over half a century.  

Lyne has written three books to present what he has found.

You will find these books to be quite profound, in not only the historical content that has been kept secret, but also in the technical description and analysis of "saucer technology".

In these writings you will discover the real truth regarding these craft and much more that has resulted in many costly and personal attacks directly upon William Lyne by government agencies wanting this information suppressed.




The truth is here -- find out what the REAL story is!

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Is the electrodynamic technology William Lyne calls "Electropulsion" real?

His book, "Occult Ether Physics", is a (non-fiction) re-discovery of what he believes to be the scientific/technical basis for a space-propulsion system invented in the late 19th century by Nikola Tesla, now used in the secret, exclusively man-made flying machines known as "flying saucers" or "UFOs".


The government conceals this invention behind false scientific theories, "space alien" hoaxes, and false propaganda, disseminated through a controlled mass media.

A "UFOlogy", "new-age", "paranormalist", and "pseudo-debunker" network is criminally maintained under "national security laws", to blur the facts of reality and disjoint inquiry, thus protecting the archaic technology and resources of coercive-monopolist, corporate-state interests from the competition of a truly free market.


submitted by Norio Hayakawa


for more info, please e-mail to:   noriohayakawa@rocketmail.com



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The best nonsense yet about UFOs and conspiracies. It never ends. He got it only partially right about the debris found near Corona in the summer of 1947. We don't even have production "electric" aircraft and he claims that UFOs are powered by electricity. He apparently slept through some of the courses in industrial technology. One toke too many eh billy boy?

Sounds great Norio! 

Thanks, Lesley.

I would certainly appreciate if you could post this on your site, too.

Mike also seems to be interested in this speaker.   It's always good to have a speaker who presents an alternative view of things.  In the early 1990s I did correspond with William Lyne for a while.  He definitely seems to be a gentleman and a scholar.  He lives in Lamy, New Mexico.


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