by Donald M. Ware
is the first in a series of articles on ufology by Donald M. Ware.
Jan. 25, 1994
In 1952, at age 16, I developed a strong curiosity about flying saucers, after
observing seven of them over Washington, D.C. They were in the restricted area
over the White House.
I later attended Duke University, and the greatest lesson I learned was how to
think. I read all I could find about UFOs throughout my 26 years as an Air
Force officer, and I came to know six people in the service who had seen alien
vehicles up close.
In 1970, I earned a Master of Science degree in Nuclear Engineering, with the
idea in the back of my mind that it would help me to understand the advanced
science of our visitors.
After exploring much of the world, I retired at age 47 and became a UFO
investigator. With more time to use as I chose, I soon realized that man’s
greatest invention is the book — any nonfiction book. Books allow us to
condense the knowledge gained during a lifetime, and then to pass it on to
seekers of that knowledge.
In 1989, after studying and learning more about the nonphysical aspects of the
universe, I was used by a higher intelligence to send a message to the
generals at Eglin Air Force Base. I had worked there for three years as a test
manager. I did not understand what the message was about, because it was
slightly garbled by the channel through which it came. However, I chose to act
upon it. The message was apparently of considerable significance to those for
whom it was sent. I now see that that choice of mine was the passing of a test
that allowed me to have further participation in the transformation process.
I then received 15 messages through seven different sources that appear to
have come from a higher intelligence, each using one of three telepathic
processes. I started to pay attention. One of the messages said,
“...Individuals such as Donald Ware have a mission, whether they have yet
fully recognized it. They are to show that science and spirituality are two
sides of one coin and cannot be separated...” This is quite a challenge, but I
chose to accept it. I think that many people, some in important positions,
have been given similar challenges.
I see a connection among the various “UFO” stories that have survived through
the millennia, stories often recorded in religious writings. Some involve
transformational issues. I accept the idea that intelligent life is abundant
throughout the universe, in both incarnate and discarnate forms. We continue
to live after shedding these physical bodies. Our true being is the spirit
within us, rather than our bodies.
For example, we do not become less of a human being if we lose an arm or a
leg. Evidence from thousands of “UFO” cases and related phenomena indicates
that the normal means of communication by higher intelligence is telepathic,
whether that intelligence is an alien in physical form or an unseen spiritual
teacher. The direct projection of thought allows communication between beings
with different physical form.
A higher intelligence that chooses to read our thoughts can do so.
Communication with higher intelligence now involves many people around the
world. Millions of Americans are participating in a hybridization program with
short beings from Zeta Reticula. The resulting hybrid has a larger brain and
greater telepathic ability. The new body is being developed to house our souls
as many of us Earthlings join a galactic society. This same body will house
some Zeta Reticulan souls. This is a joint human/Zeta program. I think that
communication with some world leaders long ago led to alien liaison.
I think that galactic societies have a “prime directive” that limits
interference with lesser-evolved species such as we. This concept is fed to us
repeatedly on the Fox network through the Star Trek series.
The main reason alien liaison is increasing now is because our planet is being
transformed to support a new world order. This process involves the evolution
of the soul. The new order is destined to support a learning process that is
one step beyond the human experience of free-will choices. It is the
experience of learning to develop unconditional love of others.
I think this outcome is unlikely, unless the selfish or negative souls stop
reincarnating here. I hope, for the sake of our stressed environment, that we
will get this kind of divine assistance. If this happens, then the new world
order can become what Jesus described as heaven on Earth.
Many of the above ideas have inspired secret societies. For centuries, the
secrecy has been required for self-protection. I think the Bilderburgers, the
Tri-lateral Commission, and the Council on Foreign Relations in America is
influenced by alien liaison. I think some of their members have accepted a
challenge to help bring about a new world order, just as I accepted a personal
challenge in 1989 to help bridge the gap between science and spirituality.
I think many members of these groups recognize that having a government that
can speak for all of the people of the world is a prerequisite to joining a
galactic society. However, because of strong nationalistic feelings, there is
strong resistance to establishing a world government. This resistance is
driven primarily by greed, hate or fear. I think these are feelings that we
can overcome, given some divine assistance.
Fortunately, I see progress being made. We now have only one super power in
military might. Economies are coalescing into three major economic blocks, and
advanced communication and transportation systems are allowing a great
intermingling of societies.
I think the US government did recover an alien vehicle in 1947. I think the
aliens flew around in the restricted area over the White House in 1952 because
they wanted to make us aware of their presence. I think President Eisenhower
did have a meeting with aliens after being given a demonstration of their
technology at Edwards AFB in 1954. Most people did not accept this story,
because the widest exposure was in the National Enquirer. (I wonder who put it
there.) MJ-12 must have existed in the 1950s, much as described in Admiral
Hillencoetter’s briefing document . I think MJ-12 continues to exist in
In 1953 the Robertson panel found, in essence, that it is in the national
interest to keep the public from getting too excited about our alien visitors.
While some people insert disinformation into major “UFO” cases, others are
covertly raising our awareness of a larger reality through a variety of means.
The disinformation provides a control lever for our covert agents to influence
public reaction to major “UFO” events and to covertly released documents. And
the educational programs are carefully designed to mold our thinking about our
visitors without forcing us to accept any ideas, without violating the prime
directive of the aliens with whom some people had liaison.
The Friendly Spook Letter
In February 1989, Wendelle Stevens, well-known UFO investigator and publisher,
received a letter from someone he has chosen to call a “friendly spook,” a
government intelligence agent . The letter concerned the US government’s
investigation of the Billy Meier case in Switzerland that Stevens had
investigated. It also had much to say about the development of government
policy on “UFOs.”
Following are a few paragraphs from that letter:
“...In 1945, when it was
first proven that UFOs were real, from space, operated by intelligent beings,
most of whom were in human form, the American Government did a soft touch
check to see what the great unwashed public would say, and how the public
would respond to UFOs, and space people, if the President informed the public
over national radio.
“...The public’s response was all bad. Ninety-seven percent of the public took
one of two approaches. Shoot first and ask questions later. Or call the UFOs
agents of the devil, the prince of the power of the air, the anti-Christ, and
set up an even worse situation, where UFOs would become a real negative
religious issue. What was surprising was the response of the religious
leadership, which was by far worse than the general public’s response. It
could only be called grim news.
“The science community showed no leadership at all, just a super case of
stupidity, and prejudice.
“As you might guess, the original investigations were by military men, under
orders from General Marshall, under the direction of the President. And if you
know your military men, finding one who wants to get into a fight with the
preachers, over what is or is not the anti-Christ, when neither the military
man nor the preacher knows a hell of a lot of factual information, about
either the anti-Christ or the UFOs, would be like sending a blind person out
to spot UFOs...
“...To say that the military community successfully avoided a fight with the
religious community over UFOs would be an accurate observation. To say that
the military was real damned sneaky about how they informed the public about
UFOs would also be an accurate observation.
“...The military mind drew one conclusion. The single most important thing to
do, in the situation it was in, namely sitting on some hot, highly
controversial information, was to keep the general public from getting a bad
response by controlling the public’s response to UFOs. In other words, keep
the damned religious mentality out of the issues involved, as long as
“But, do not ever say that the military never did anything about informing the
public about the existence of UFOs. That will mean you have not figured out
the methods used by the government to spread the word about UFOs. You might
say the military took the Bible’s advice about not to let the left hand know
what the right hand is doing.
“The military pulled the very same trick Moses pulled, when he did not like
the attitude of his troops after crossing the Red Sea. He took the time to
grow a new batch of troops, whose response and thinking was more to his
liking. And that is what the military did about UFOs...”
I think the concept of
educating a new generation has merit, and is supported by history. Consider
how alien vehicles and aliens have become a part of our society with minimal
Cartoons have included them for decades, and now Ghostwriter is
influencing the young, and some older folks too. Advertisements of all sorts
show alien interaction with us. Even our most commonly reported aliens have
beer parties with Miller Lite. I was told that Bob Oeschler knows an
individual, apparently in some government service, who visits CEOs around the
country to encourage such advertisements. And Jamie Shandera said he was told
that government agents influenced the making of The Day the Earth Stood Still,
Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and ET, to help shape public perceptions.
Donald M. Ware may be
contacted at email@example.com, or visit the Web site at http://home.earthlink.net/~donware.
To Be Continued