Project Blue Beam by Serge Monast (1994)
Serge Monast 1945-1996, and another journalist, both of whom were researching Project Blue Beam, died of “heart attacks” within weeks of each other although neither had a history of heart disease. Serge was in Canada. The other Canadian journalist was visiting Ireland. Prior to his death, the Canadian government abducted Serge’s daughter in an attempt to dissuade him from pursuing his research into Project Blue Beam. His daughter was never returned. Pseudo heart attacks are one of the alleged methods of death induced by Project Blue Beam.
[Update from Ken Adachi: February 17, 2009: I’m only beginning now to fully grasp the entire breath of Serge Monast’s contributions to humanity and the unbelievable courage he demonstrated in coming out with these incredible revelations which were secrectly or anonymously given to him by contrite politicians, military people, or intelligent people who still possessed a conscience and a sense of humanity.
A required companion piece to this article is in astoundingly accurate prophetic discourse presented by Serge in 1994 to the Canadian Free Press of Quebec, Canada. The planned NASA/Illuminati script that Serge revealed in that 1994 talk could be taken directly from today’s headline news. The transcript from that talk can be found at:
An excerpt by Lt. Col John Alexander as part of his article on the third step in the NASA Blue Beam Project called “ The Telepathic Electronic Two-Way Communication. “If it is possible to feed artificial thought into the multigenic field via satellite, the mind control of the entire planet is now possible. An individual’s only resistance would be to constantly question the motivation behind their thoughts and not act upon thoughts which they consider to be outside their own ideological, religious and moral boundaries.
The most dangerous man to any government, is the man who is able to think things out for himself…Almost inevitably, he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane and intolerable.
H.L. Mencken 1880-1956