“Alara Blackwell” was a remote viewer with the American Marines. She was interviewed by”Miles” from England at the International UFO Congress, Phoenix, AZ in February 2012, as part of the BASES Series for Researchers in conjunction with the A-M-M-A-C-H Project, UK. She has quite an extraordinary story to tell about how the uses that U.S. military makes of remote viewers and of many of their technological, biological and other developments used to build and extend the national-security state.
I have to add that the interviewer casts the interview as “remote viewing in modern military warfare,” but it might be more precise to say “remote viewing in the Illuminati’s efforts to dominate the world.” The “modern military warfare” under discussion probably has more to do with the cabal’s intention to start World War III, take over the planet, and reduce the population from 7 billion to 500 million than it does with anything defensive. None of that can succeed now, however, due to the efforts of the very Galactic Federation and Ashtar Command that Alara remotely views.
Ellen has transcribed a portion of the interview. I have edited it for readability. When Alara speaks of Greys and Reptiles, we should remember that she is speaking of a period around the year 2000. I don’t think she would find Greys and Reptiles around any more. In general, no non-human ETs are permitted close to the Earth in the period leading up to Ascension.
Alara Blackwell on Militarized Remote Viewing
Miles: Tell us more about the ETs. Any characters? What’s it like to be with them? You know, do you sit down with them, metaphorically, or…?
Alara: They’re funny, at least the guys I work with.
Miles: They have a sense of humor?
Alara: They take on my sense of humor, because everything that I experience here I can relay back to them, since we’re telepathic. So they make a lot of pop cultural references, just because I think it’s pretty hysterical. And it relates to me better –because they want to try to relate to my experience down here. But I’ve even had their “Hey, how are you doing down there?” “Are you doing okay?” “How are you holding up?” And…
Miles: And what – what … Are you talking to Grays or Reps…
Alara: All of ‘em. Grays, there’s some Reptilians, I see ones that look like hybrids, some that look like humans, some that have cat faces, some that…the ones that I like working with are like super tall, 8 feet tall, have really pale skin, bigger eyes, and they’re usually different colors. They’re not black. Everyone thinks that everyone has black eyes. They don’t. They have blue eyes and green eyes and stuff like that.
Miles: And what kind of eye structure?
Alara: Anywhere from ours, where we have the irises, to … it almost looks like the irises, but they bleed out, they’re just all color, all the way through. And, yeah, they just – they’re really super, super tall, and they’re really scholarly and scientific. I’ve seen ones that are doctors, like medical doctors, physically, and I’ve seen psychic doctors, and I –
Miles: And they walk around with a stethoscope, do they?
Alara: No, they have these scanners. It’s very Star Trekky, actually, they just scan people with these things, and can go, “Oh, it’s a readout, okay. You have this wrong with you.” And the psychic doctors just come in, they generally have big giant crystals in their head or something, and they just use their hands, and they’re like “Hey!”
Because I’ve astral projected to ships, they’re like “Who are you?” And I’m like “Whoa! Hey, what’s up?” They’re like “What are you doing here? Go back to your body. Go.” I’m like “Okay. Sorry.”
Miles: So what about the everyday life of being an ET? What do they do?
Alara: There’s not really a time thing. They’re kind of outside of… they don’t have days and stuff. But they could be doing anything. They could be researching, they could be typing up stuff, whatever…
Miles: You mean like a keyboard thing?
Alara: No, it’s all telepathic. A lot of their ships are all telepathically driven and used. Oh, they hang out. They have gardens and stuff on their ships, and…
Miles: Yeah, I mean, exactly. How do the ETs hang out? What do they use for entertainment? Do they listen to music, or do they have a religious, philosophical life?
Alara: I don’t, I don’t know! Honestly I don’t – like I said, it’s kind of brief – all these brief flashes. They eat, they have cafeterias and stuff, and they all sit together. And I have talked to other people who are from here. We’ve all sat in a giant cafeteria, do a lot of training simulations, like the Holodeck thing, where they’ll pick me up and they’ll put me in a scenario, like a story, drop me in, and see how I react, just to see…what my choices are. And then …
Miles: This is the – this is the ETs?
Alara: Yeah, the ETs.
Miles: And this is on one of the craft?
Alara: Yeah, it’s on one of the craft, because I’ve walked out of one of those. I told this guy to move out of the way in my dream, and I pushed the wall open and walked out into the hallway, and it was like a metal hallway on a craft.
And they’re just like “Well, that’s never happened before.” And I’m like “Well, who are you dealing with?” I was like “Come on, guys. I read sci-fi for a living. I know how to – I know how this works.”
And so my job now I think is just to try to constantly surprise them about my agility. It’s like mental agility, how–
Miles: You’re talking about the ETs?
Alara: Yeah. The ETs, like –
Miles: And which ETs are you talking about? Just a group?
Alara: Just a group. I usually work with Ashtar Command and the whole Galactic Federation thing, because it’s a whole bunch of different ETs that all work together, trying to help out.
Miles: And is it called that? What’s it actually called? Because these are sort of terms which I would say are from the 1950s.
Alara: They are. And that’s – and it’s really – I don’t know what they call themselves. “That’s the title you want to give us? Okay.”“Cool. We don’t mind.” “Call us whatever you want.” “It doesn’t matter. We’re still a united force of,” “a federation or a united force of beings that are working for a common goal.”
Miles: Have you ever heard of a race or a type of being called a Valon?
Alara: I’m horrible with names, anyway. More visual. If you describe what they look like, then maybe I can say, yeah, I’ve seen those guys.
Miles: Now, you said there was, just briefly, good and bad. What’s involved there? We’ve got about 10 minutes.
Is there anything, is there anything we should be worried about or know about?
Alara: No! It’s all story. That’s one version of it, but we’re not really involved with the good or bad. I mean, besides the whole like…you know, keeping people in the dark thing here? That’s really what it is.
It’s not about atrocities, it’s about ignorance, and ignoring things, and being asleep and just being a zombie, and being a robot. Or taking control of your life and actually living here and doing what you need to do.
So, you don’t need to go save anybody, we don’t need to go do anything like that. At least for my … my job is to be here and to interact with people to be happy, … be happy, people, that’s it. That’s really the whole point.
Miles: That seems pretty cool.
Alara: Because it’s a consciousness thing. It’s – this war is consciousness. It’s not a galactic war, it’s not spaceships firing things at each other, it’s a war of consciousness. You’re either going to be trapped and imprisoned and asleep, and that energy I guess fuelling something, or you can just wake up and, you know, get with the picture and join and expand and do what you need to do.
Miles: What’s the best way to get people to wake up?
Alara: Ignite the curiosity. Ignite curiosity. It’s when you start questioning things. When you start looking for yourself, that’s when people start to wake up. You have to ignite that curiosity in someone.
And it could just be a passing comment. Because I know people that are like “Oh, UFOs! That’s a bunch of crap! You people are crazy!” And I’m just like “Oh, yeah, I’ve met them.” And they’re like “Wait, what? Can that happen?” And all of a sudden it’s that little spark of like “Well, maybe…” And then it goes, “Well, maybe I’ll look into it more,” “Well, maybe I’ll accept it,” “Well, maybe then I’ll actually see something, because I’m more willing to see it.”
But most people are like “No! It’s weird, forget it, I’m not looking at it. I don’t want to. Nope, didn’t happen.” People have had strange things happen to them, and they immediately are like “No, nothing happened.” So it’s turning that away, like stop being afraid of things, stop forgetting things on purpose, and just accept it. And be like “Okay, cool.”“It’s true.”
That’s why when people are like “Well, is this true, or is it…?” I’m like “It’s all true.” Why not? Why not have it all true? Why does someone have to be right and someone have to be wrong? All of it’s true. Yes. Just say yes to stuff.