Update - Earl Crockett passes on February 2010 - see note at bottom of article
Where have all the good people gone?
Milky Way has gone a little sour
The leaves dried and the flower fell away
I've been sitting, I've been waiting for a sign
Inhuman beings taking
up all of my time
have all the good people gone?
Time's up and we're running long
Where have all the good people gone?
Where have all the good People
gone? A Sam Roberts song
This article is dedicated to the memory
of all those intrepid and dedicated Solar system and Solar anomaly researchers from the ‘hey days’ of the late
1990’s to mid 2000’s. Being involved in that area of research at that time also, I look back with pride and privilege
that I had the good fortune to work and be in contact with these unique people.
In 2003 I produced a CD on the solar anomalies
captured on the SOHO
satellites, I called it ‘SO-OH’ Strange’ which included many images sent to me by the only researchers working
in the field at the time. To them I dedicate this CD which I am re-releasing and write this introductory article in order
that the ‘new’ and upcoming researchers in this field may get to know their research and to demonstrate these
intrepid pioneers are not forgotten.
I refer of course to the following people:
Kent Steadman of ‘Cyberspaceorbit’
fame, I shall miss our banter Emperor Kento, Doug Pooley of ‘Flash Radar’, you are also sadly missed, and to my
co-author James (Jim) Wilkie who passed away in July of this year (2009)
With special regard to the Solar anomalies
we must not forget Rusty (Retha Ruherford) who worked tirelessly in this area and who I know was quite ill some time ago,
and sadly passed away in 2006. To Liz Edwards, who coined the term ‘Solar Cruisers’;- to them my grateful thanks
and appreciation for all their hard work.
I would also like to remember Robert Ghost
wolf (who made his ‘transition in December 2005) for his early work and thanks also to Gary Goodwin of the Millennium
group for continuing this line of research alongside other related subject areas, it is good to be back in touch again.
Two other names that we were also in touch
with and now seemed to have disappeared into the mists of time are; Wayne Moody and Robert Trebor (who referred to NASA as
the people with Never A Straight Answer)
Readers may access all of the above individuals’
research by linking on the last known websites at the bottom of this article.
As an open-minded archaeologist (apart
from many other research areas) and one who consistently ‘digs for the truth’ whatever it brings, I have always
possessed an avid interest in our ancient origins. To grasp, understand and answer those age-old philosophical questions is
everyone’s dream, such as; Why? Where? What? – Why are we here? – Where did we come from? – Where
are we going? And, What happens after we die?
If I knew the answer to just one of those
questions not only would I be the richest man on the planet, but the most contented, or may be I would not be here at all!
Being one of the early 1990’s computer
enthusiasts (at a time when you could practically surf the complete Internet in one day) I began to surf around to see what
exactly I could find. Bearing in mind of course at the time we had some crazy machines, like the ‘super duper’
256 PC (requiring a ‘boot up’ three and half inch floppy disk) which basically whirred happily away as it searched
the internet at break neck speed! I think the average time to access a website was about 12 seconds, and if it had graphics
on the page, you could watch the incredible pictures unfold slowly down the page….yawn! The number of times I went for
coffee breaks while waiting was substantial!
Anyway, the resulting searches for my interest
at the time (earth’s origins, planetary anomalies and so on) was pretty low, in fact almost zero. The Internet then
comprised of mainly University, educational and research establishments – even the military were ‘hiding’
under hidden addresses and covert names etc. The military of course had ‘been there’ and ‘done that’
and we were having the cast offs!
Jumping forwards to 1998, the speed by
which the Internet and ‘World Wide Web’ grew was faster than the speed of light (gravitational speed if you like)
and soon one was amazed in shock and awe at the incredulous number of complex websites available.
By this year, 1998, I developed my first
website (now disappeared in the mists of web time) researching into archaeology, astronomy and our ancient origins with special
connections to Egypt, my main archaeological
Later in that year, after a number of email
exchanges (yes Pegasus mail, remember that folks?) with a researcher in Winnipeg, Canada we started on what was to be a 11
year friendship writing articles, books, DVD’s and of course the Ambilac website. I am referring of course to James
(Jim Wilkie) now sadly passed on to the stars in July 2009 – I hope Jim will find the answers he had been looking for
over many decades.
Jim and Dr Jan Merta (mentioned in 18 whose
who books and now living in the Czech Republic) ran the Ambilac.ca website from Canada, where we wrote many articles together
over the next 18 months or so – culminating in the year 2000 when Jim and Jan came over to UK to speak at a major conference
I organised at Swansea University – The Giza Plateau decoded – Probing the great Pyramid – You can still
access the original notice at Kent Steadman’s Orbit site (another great
gentleman who we lost in 2008 of whom I will speak more of later).
http://www.cyberspaceorbit.com/mar2.html scroll down page to see Presentation
Also – Ambilac presentations - http://www.cyberspaceorbit.com/ambannounce.html
One of my first ‘Solar anomalies’
we captured via SOHO craft and placed up on the website, was the 1999 C2 capture entitled, ‘The Stargate’ an intriguing
capture and one that generated much discussion for years to come. It was also around that time when the bizarre case of the
‘NASA man in cave’ story erupted, which you can read all about, including updates with a twist a few years later,
see one of Kent’s way back machine pages here www.cyberspaceorbit.com/nasa_lockdown.html Not long after this we wrote our first major joint article (1999-2000) ‘Our new
planet, Comet Lee and 2012’, now on the ‘missing files’ page at http://ambilac-uk.tripod.com
It was also in 1999 that we started what
turned out to be a long (in both time and distance) journey and friendship with Kent Steadman, a tireless and dedicated worker
for the truth, and I am sure I can speak for many others when I say we certainly miss the regular exchange of research and
By 2001 I developed the Ambilac UK website
and in a year or so all the new articles we wrote of the Egypt related
research, including the research on the layout of the Pyramid site at Giza, began to appear
on the UK site.
As we progressed with our research we started
to witness even more bizarre findings, both in the solar system and here on planet earth, such as the weird and wonderful
HAARP array (High Frequency Acitve Auroral Research Program) http://www.haarp.alaska.edu/.
With 2000 kicking off and the big ‘hoo-ha’
of Y2K and people wondering if the whole Internet system would crash, we started communicating with Doug Pooley of FLASH Radar
(great guy R.I.P) who maintained a watch on the electromagnetic radio frequency/microwave and radiation anomalies.
Simultaneously another solid solar researcher
appeared in the ranks, Rusty (Retha Rutherford) who kept a sharp eye on those solar anomalies constantly updating her website
with new and fascinating images of our sun and what was going on around it.
Rusty later teamed up with Jose Garrido
who concentrated on analysing and enlarging those bizarre solar cruiser anomalies producing some stunning images. All of these
can be seen in the CD ‘SO-OH Strange’.
By now we also had been in touch with another
solar researcher, Liz Edwards of ‘Iwonder productions’ (and ‘I wonder’ where you are now Liz?) where
Liz coined that well known catchphrase denoting those bizarre anomalies around the sun, ‘Solar cruisers’.
While we were working with Kent Steadman
we came across Charlie Plyler at the Elfrad group, who was looking into the intriguing research of the generation and
propagation of extreme Ultra low frequency signals travelling through the interior of our planet.
Unfortunately, Charlie passed on in 2005
in 'unusual circumstances' and much of his important scientific research destroyed - Charlie will be sadly missed.
The late 1990’s also saw the emergence
of the Millennium Group, known as TMGnow, with the likes of Gary Goodwin and Earl Crocket also searching out our astronomical
truths and ancient origins. It was not long before we also joined in with their banter and exchange of research. The Millennium
Group is still going strong and I wish them ‘long and prosper’ – check out their work.
A number of related websites erupted around
the period 2003 – 2008, many of them fell by the wayside, but one in particular that began in the late 1990’s
and continued with daily updates until 2008 (and still available now as an archive thanks to Mike Hagan of radio orbit and
Kent’s family) is Kent Steadman’s cyberspaceorbit. I do not know what we would have done without a stalwart such
as Kent (known affectionately as Emperor
Kento). He tirelessly updated his site with astronomical portions of research and truth seeking – we all owe him a great
debt and we miss him greatly – Ad astra (to the stars).
Finally (if there is a ‘final’)
before we leave the ‘Hall of Fame’ we must come right up to date and 2009, with the sad loss of my co-author and
researcher in Canada, James (Jim) Wilkie. Jim brought a certain unusual flare and unique insight into our writings. We had
many a long discussion on his Mathematical and genetic interpretations of the Old Testament, of which you can read in our
many articles and books (Giza Genesis-The Best kept Secrets
Volumes 1 and 2 – well, I am allowed to odd plug!)
Jim passed away after a long battle with
that old arch enemy the big ‘C’ in June 2009, and just prior to his passing sent me his final article which I
have left on our Ambilac site. Many thanks for your kindness and friendship Jim, I hope you now have found the answers you
were looking for.
So, to all the people I have mentioned,
and there are many more, I take my hat off to you all and offer my heart-felt thanks for sharing all the pioneering work from
the very start. In many cases unfortunately as we have seen, gone, but certainly not forgotten, and so it is that I write
this introduction and offer the work ‘SO-OH Strange’ as a commemoration and in memory of all your stalwart efforts.
I have left the work in its original form
as I wrote it in 2003, including the images as were given to me at the time, out of respect for the work of people such as
Rusty and Kent.
I hope that the more ‘mature’
researchers and readers have enjoyed my reminiscences on this short time travel journey, or as Kent would have said, the ‘way back machine’ and in the hope that the
newer young blood in this area will have appreciated all the pioneering work carried out by these stalwarts.
Let us hope in these changing times, times
predicted by many aeons ago, we see some light in the long, dark tunnel and step on the next rung of our ladder to development,
spiritual growth, awareness and understanding. Many thanks for your time
Howard Middleton-Jones October 2009
Update May 2010
Earl Crockett 1938-2010
It has recently come to my attention, via Gary Goodwin of the Millennium Group
http://tmgnow.com/TMG1/ that another Solar researcher from the ‘good ol’ days’ has passed onto the stars, Earl Crockett.
It has been an age since we last communicated, but Earl was another one of
those people with a keen-insight and dogged determination – he will be sadly missed, The list of our original ‘Solar
team’ is rapidly dwindling – I believe it is now down to Gary Goodwin and myself.
Gary has written
up an overview of Earl here:
While a further article on the blog of Nick Herbert of quantumtantra is here
With increasing severe natural disasters and weather events enshrouding our
planet and news that 2010 will herald major solar activity – the next two years will witness historical and eye opening
experiences and events – B safe B wise B prepared and Survive!