Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Balloon Boy Dad: "We’re Space Alien Hybrids!"

Balloon Boy Dad:

By Billy Cox
De Void

Billy Cox     “Balloon Boy” Dad Richard Heene tells “us” that “We have been visited for a very, very long time” by space aliens and “I believe we were planted here as hybrids.”

Are ya hooked? Good. De Void has been on vacation for a week, and obviously the blog traffic here has tapered off. So in an effort to reinvigorate those numbers, fully cognizant of the public’s endless fascination with Heene’s irresistability, De Void decided to play to the choir and do a phoner with Heene from his new digs in Spring Hill, north of Tampa. After assessing the corporate media’s coverage of Heene’s offer last week to sell his famous balloon for a million dollars and donate proceeds to Japanese earthquake victims, De Void knows this is a savvy move.

Btw, if you’re not familiar with the 2009 Balloon Boy saga, just, I dunno, just go away, leave me alone, you live in a hole.

Now for the new Balloon Boy Dad stuff:

Heene, 49, saw his first UFO as an 8-year-old growing up in Virginia. It was around 9 p.m., a minute in duration, more or less. An array of eight circular lights — changing from reddish to blue to white — defined its perimeters. Nobody else saw it.

Heene had a buddy with him the second time. He was 17, living outside San Diego in 1978, when the thing appeared in clear blue skies at 2 p.m. “There was a ball of light, as intense as an arc welder,” Heene recalls. “It lasted 15 seconds, tops, it got bigger and bigger and then, bang, it was gone. And all it left was a trail of smoke.”

Also, he once captured a “rod” on video during the launch of a model rocket. “A rod is a mysterious thing,” he says. “We didn’t see it until we were reviewing the footage.”

Anyhow, those experiences shape “I’d say maybe 10 percent of my thought processes” today, Heene says. That includes his passion for exploring alternative modes of transportation, for one thing. And forget the balloon episode — that’s nothing. “Free energy exists. It’s here,” he says. “Reach out your car window and feel it.”

Not only does Heene rattle off the names of anti-gravity researchers who’ve spun superconducting magnetic discs into generating a weight reduction of anywhere from 2 to 9 percent in targeted objects, he’s discovered an Air Force patent on an aluminum cryogenic generator that produces 2.1 gigawatts of energy. “There’s not an aircraft around that needs that much power!” he says.

Furthermore, Earthlings have already harnessed the sorts of electromagnetic force-field shields that presumably protect UFOs from the kind of firepower that a Peruvian pilot brought to bear against one in 1980. “You need to check out the Trophy project by Rafael,” Heene insists.

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