As usual, all questions have been rephrased and all identities kept confidential.
1.) How can I tell if a Hoodoo priest is the real deal or not? I'm currently talking to a *certain Internet-worker* (name withheld) who is a priest but I don't feel comfortable with what he is telling me.
Answer - There is no such thing as a Hoodoo priest. You are either a Hoodoo or you are not and there are no priests in Hoodoo. So my best bet is that you are communicating with a man who is not Hoodoo but who just thinks that they can slap a hoodoo label on anything. Hint: Hoodoos only worship the biblical God. Hoodoos don't worship pagan gods. If the person is a member of another religion than they are not Hoodoos. If all you are wanting is "spell work" then I'm sure that man can help you but if you want Hoodoo you will have to look elsewhere.
2.) Who should I contact if I see a UFO.
You can contact MUFON at their website:
Click on the part about reporting a UFO in the upper right corner of the screen.
Visit Peter Davenport's site (National UFO Reporting Center) below and report your sighting there:
3.) I'm a contactee and I would like to be interviewed by you. I have some important messages about the future of mankind and how in the near future humans and the 7 great races of extraterrestrials will unite in peace.
Answer - I'm not interested in the contactee movement. I don't believe we are dealing with organic extraterrestrials. I find it hard for god-like intelligent machines to live in peace and harmony with human beings. But I do believe that we will see their creations, i.e. "the hybrids", which various abduction researchers like Budd Hopkins, Dr. John E. Mack, and Dr. David Jacobs feel may one day play a greater role in society. In fact, Dr. David Jacobs believes they are already here, walking amongst us. There is no living in peace together like a happy family, if that's what you are referring to.
4.) Is it true that the aliens that were seen at Roswell were people with Progeria or deformed Japanese people?
Answer - No. This nonsense has popped-up every couple of years or so. There are even books dedicated to it. I don't want to get into detail on this because it's not worth the time or effort. In a nutshell there are certain people who make the claim that the aliens seen at Roswell were not aliens but were human victims of experimentation by the U.S. government or even other governments. Some say it was Progeria patients. Others claim it was midgets. Still others claim that it was deformed "mutant" Japanese people. It's all b.s. On top of that the U.S. government still maintains that what was seen were crash-test dummies. It's all b.s. The answer is real simple. Either the witnesses saw what they claim to have seen or they are lying. It's your choice what to believe. What we don't need is the absurd stories that serve only to give temporary attention to the person making the claim.
5.) What do you call yourself, like voodoo man, wizard, warlock or what?
In real life I generally go by my first name. :) However, you can call me a Hoodoo Man, a Hoodoo, a Conjure or a Conjure Worker. There are also many other terms that are acceptable. However, don't call me a "voodoo"-anything because I'm not of the Voodou faith. Also, I'm not Gandolf so the "wizard" part is out. Warlocks are male witches, so that doesn't apply either.
6.) I enjoy your blog. I'm very into the work of Jacques Vallee and was wondering if you could perhaps write a piece on him and his theories?
Answer - Ouch. You may get upset after you read this. I am familiar with the work of Jacques Vallee. I have read Passport To Magonia. However, I'm not a fan of his work. In fact, I believe he and John Keel are perhaps the worst offenders in helping to destroy the credibility of the field of Ufology by removing it from reality by interjecting the "demonology"-nonsense of "inter-dimensional tricksters" and what-not. To Scientists, all this nonsense translates into "spirits", "demons", "fairies", etc., and not "reality". I know Vallee is very popular amongst certain crowds. The way I personally view it is that if a percentage of UFOs, the ones that matter, are not "nuts n' bolts" then the phenomenon is of little importance and we would all be better off just ignoring it. So I put Valle and Keel in the same category as say the medieval authors who compiled works on the classification of angles, demons, fairies, gnomes, and all manner of other alleged supernatural entities.
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