I thought I should update all of you on my upcoming appearances, just in case.

January 26, 2009 I'll be recording another interview with George Ann Hughes at the Byte Show in our ongoing series "Dirty Secrets."

January 28, 2009: I'll be appearing with Dr. Gianni Hayes on her show New World Order Disorder on the American Voice Radio Network. Hope everyone comes and listens!

February 22-28, 2009: I'll be speaking at the International 2009 UFO congress in Laughlin, Nevada at the Aquarius Hotel and Casino. I'll be speaking on Monday afternoon just prior to Jim Marrs, and will have a book booth there sothat if you come and want to buy any books, I'll be there for autographs as well.

April 9-12, 2009: I'll be at the 2009 Ozark UDO conference at the Inn of the Ozarks in Eureka Springs, Arkansas along with such guests as Dr. Paul LaViolette, Timothy Good, and Linda Moulton Howe. This is in my old stomping grounds, and for those who have never been to Eureka Springs, it's in a very picturesque, almost alpine area of the Ozarks, and is often called Little Switzerland. So if you missed me in Laughlin, try to come to Arkansas!

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  1. Aaron Kaplan on October 3, 2009 at 4:55 pm

    Hello Don Boehnlein,

    From Aaron Kaplan,the author of “Deep Analysis:Frightening Conclusion”.
    Thank you for your very kind and educated comment. Hope next time I’ll have a chance to reveal my new findings in regards to the planet Earth and planet MARS connection, again I connected all the dots, against all adds, with actual proof,including one actual picture with a built in secret code!!! My new findings are a MIND BLOWER !!!! The biggest secret that had been hidden for eons from man kind….
    Many of the great books published, all may contain false leads and info. I wonder why ???

  2. Aaron Kaplan on August 17, 2009 at 12:54 am

    My name is Aaron Kaplan. I am the author of the new book that was just released by “XLIBRIS” on July 19,2009.

    The book is called “DEEP ANALYSIS : FRIGHTENING CONCLUSION”. In this book, I believe that I have connected all the DOTS of the enigma that took place at the crash site in Roswell on July 16, 1947. And much more. The answer will be unbelievable! You’ve never heard this before. Nowhere!
    My book covers the Nefilim from days of old through today, and what they may plan to do with us, the Human race, around Dec 21, 2012.
    You are invited to check my Web Site: http://www.deepanalysisfrighteningconclusion.com
    As I have stated, all of the explanations in my book and the conclusions, have come about due to my extensive and comprehensive research. The results are pure DYNAMITE!
    I would like to be a guest on your show and believe that it will be a great discussion, full of new information and surprises.
    I look forward to hearing from you, and thank you in advance for the opportunity.
    Aaron Kaplan

    • Don Boehnlein on September 23, 2009 at 12:04 am

      Hello Mr. Kaplan:
      Superbly Fantastic and Incredible my friend! Thank God for you being gutsy enough to do this!!!
      I haven’t gotten your book as of yet. I did listen to the full interview with Mr. Brooks Agnew.
      Mr. Kaplan, hopefully you are familiar with the works of Brooks Agnew and (I am sorry that I cannot recall the name of the female archeologist that assisted him) on the 3 books titled Ark of Millions of Years. However, incredible as this is, it is as if it was destined to happen. Your book picks right up where those 3 left off!!!
      The best comment I can say is: “Even Mr. Spock” from Star Trek fame would most definitely say: “FASCINATING”
      WELL DONE my Friend!!!

      Don Boehnlein, Louisville, Ky.

  3. eric swan on May 6, 2009 at 2:33 pm

    The following link is an hour interview with Dr. Farrell. This is one of his best video interviews.


  4. eric swan on May 6, 2009 at 12:42 am

    Cecilia..correct me if I’m wrong, but the emails you sent concerning some sort of Nazi affiliation to tbr.org do not reveal themselves in any communication I have received from you. My point, Cecilia, is that Storch is considered an insiders insider. I’m not trying to suggest you follow the website. I’m suggesting you did not back your statements up with any information to prove the point you are making.


    – Show quoted text –

    On 5/2/09, [email protected] wrote:
    > Eric, I like your blogsites and I have no problem with you. When I post about tbr, it is NOT personal against you.
    > A few months back, did you follow up and do a search on Walter Storch, or go to the site that I recommended?
    > Cecilia

    show details May 4 (1 day ago)

    I will look at the book later. Thank you for sending it. I figure there is no use to talk to you about this, if you wouldn’t look at the other information I cited. We will agree to disagree. Meanwhile, I worry about putting this information out on other people’s websites, like Farrell’s. He works very hard and his research is very good. I wouldn’t want to trivialize what he’s doing by bringing Harring/Storch/TBR material on there. Is there a discussion forum where people are talking about these things? I am very curious about where people are going to discuss the things we’re interested in.

    On other matters, stay healthy. I am very worried about H1N1 flu. I am telling everyone I know to watch your health, get some masks and do everything to stay out of airports. Not now, but this fall is when my truly weird websites figure it will hit big.


    — On Sat, 5/2/09, cygnid wrote:


    If you had followed the Harring paper I posted, there is no less than 8 references including the page number for researches carried out often in the German language and possibly of some interest to Dr. Farrell. I believe I was on topic and will discontinue this sidebar conversation by, as you say, agreeing to disagree. eric swan

  5. Greg Parent on May 2, 2009 at 1:42 am

    Joseph Farrell will be on the Kevin Smith Show this evening.

    (If this comment is lucky enough to appear before next Monday’s show, you can listen to the show by going to the ‘latest show’ link at kevinsmithshow.com).

  6. Cecilia on April 29, 2009 at 6:33 pm

    I will send email.

  7. eric swan on April 28, 2009 at 5:27 pm

    Cecilia..did you make that up or do you have a link to that comment? It appears to me that you may be privy to information that could not be gleaned from the article that I posted. The reference to Schauberger is a reference to a man renowned around the world for his research into vortex energy derived from water or air. The rest of the article seems to be fairly well documented. What is the point of your criticism? Is it me or TBR or Nazis or saucers? I have disagred with Harring on his debunking of chemtrails but I’m not familiar with the link to 9,000 dead. Could you elaborate or link that information?

  8. Cecilia on April 27, 2009 at 7:20 pm

    That article is quoted from tbrnews.org, which appears to be a pro-nazi, vicious hate site (that opinion gleaned from websearch). Brian Harring is the writer of the debunked article about 9,000 dead US soldiers, which also appeared on tbrnews.org.

  9. eric swan on April 26, 2009 at 5:49 pm

    Flying Saucers of the Third Reich

    by Brian Harring

    The retractable undercarriage legs terminated in inflatable rubber cushions. The craft was designed to carry a crew of three The “Schriever-Habermohl” flying disc developed between 1943 and 1945 consisted of a stable dome-shaped cabin surrounded by a flat, rotating rim. Toward the end of the war, all the models and prototypes were reported destroyed before they could be found by the Soviets. According to postwar U.S. intelligence reports, however, the Russian army succeeded in capturing one prototype. After the war, both Schreiver and Miethe, another German scientist involved in the design of flying disks, came to work for the US under ‘Operation Paperclip.’. Habermohl was reported, by U.S. Army Military Intelligence, as having been taken to the Soviet Union.

    The first non-official report on the development of this craft is to be found in Die Deutschen Waffen und Geheimwaffen des 2 Weltkriegs und ihre Weiterentwicklung (Germany’s Weapons and Secret Weapons of the Second World War and their Later Development)., J.F. Lehmanns Verlag, Munich, 1956, pps 81-83. The author of this detailed and technical work on German wartime weaponry was Major d.R. Rudolf Lusar, an engineer who worked in the German Reichs-Patent Office and had access to many original plans and documents. Lusar devoted a section of the chapter entitled “Special Devices,” to Third Reich saucer designs.

    Among other things, Lusar declared: “German scientists and researchers took the first steps toward such flying saucers during the last war, and even built and tested such flying devices, which border on the fantastic. According to information confirmed by experts and collaborators, the first projects involving “flying discs” began in 1941. The blueprints for these projects were furnished by German experts Schriever, Habermohl, Miethe, and the Italian expert Bellonzo.

    “Habermohl and Schriever chose a flat hoop which spun around a fixed pilot’s cabin in the shape of a dome. It consisted of steerable disc wings which enabled, according to the direction of their placement, in horizontal takeoff or flight. Miethe developed a kind of disk 42 meters in diameter, to which steerable nozzles had been attached. Schriever and Habermohl, who had worked together in Prague, took off on 14 February 1945 in the first “flying disc.” They attained a height of 12,400 meters in three minutes and a horizontal flight speed of 2000 KMH. It had been expected to reach speeds of up to 4000 KMH.

    “Massive initial tests and research work were involved prior to undertaking the manufacture of the project. Due to the high rate of speed and the extraordinary heat demands, it was necessary to find particular materials in order to resist the effects of the high temperatures. Project development,which had run into the millions, was practically concluded by the final days of the war. All existing models were destroyed at the end of the conflict, but the factory at Breslau in which Miethe had worked fell into the hands of the Soviets, who seized all the material and technical personnel and shipped them to Siberia, where successful work on “flying saucers” was conducted.

    “Schreiver was able to leave Prague on time, but Habermohl must be in the Soviet Union, since nothing more is known concerning his whereabouts. The aged German builder, Miethe, is in the United States developing, it is said, “flying saucers” for the A.V. Roe Company in the U.S.A. and in Canada…”

    The Schriever-Habermohl Project

    The project is usually referred to as the Schriever-Habermohl project although it is by no means clear that these were the individuals in charge of the project. Rudolf Schriever was an engineer and test pilot. Less is known about Otto Habermohl but certainly he was an engineer. This project was centered in Prag, at the Prag-Gbell airport Actual construction work began somewhere between 1941 and 1943 This was originally a Luftwaffe project which received technical assistance from the Skoda Works at Prag and at a Skoda division at Letov and perhaps elsewhere. Other firms participating in the project according to Epp were the Junkers firm at Oscheben and Bamburg, the Wilhelm Gustloff firm at Weimar and the Kieler Leichtbau at Neubrandenburg . This project started as a project of the Luftwaffe, sponsored by head of the Luftwaffe’s Technical Section, Generaloberst Ernst Udet. It later came under the control of Albert Speer’s Armament Ministry at which time it was administered by engineer Georg Klein. Finally, probably sometime in 1944, this project came under the control of the SS, specifically under the direct control of SS-Gruppenführer (General) Hans Kammler

    Georg Klein stated after the war to American intelligence investigators that he saw this device fly on February 14, 1945 . This may have been the first official flight, but it was not the first flight made by this device. According to one witness, a saucer flight occurred as early as August or September of 1943 at the Prag-Gbell facility. The eyewitness was in flight-training at the Prag-Gbell facility when he saw a short test flight of such a device. He states that the saucer was 5 to 6 meters in diameter (about 15 to 18 feet in diameter) and about as tall as a man, with an outer border of 30-40 centimeters. It was “aluminum” in color and rested on four thin, long legs. The flight distance observed was about 300 meters at low level of one meter in altitude.

    Joseph Andreas Epp, an engineer who served as a consultant to both the Schriever-Habermohl and the Miethe-Belluzzo projects, states that fifteen prototypes were built in all. The final device associated with Schriever-Habermohl is described by engineer Rudolf Lusar who worked in the German Patent Office, as a central cockpit surrounded by rotating adjustable wing-vanes forming a circle. The vanes were held together by a band at the outer edge of the wheel-like device. The pitch of the vanes could be adjusted so that during take off more lift was generated by increasing their angle from a more horizontal setting. In level flight the angle would be adjusted to a smaller angle. This is similar to the way helicopter rotors operate. The wing-vanes were to be set in rotation by small rockets placed around the rim like a pinwheel. Once rotational speed was sufficient, liftoff was achieved. After the craft had risen to some height, the horizontal jets or rockets were ignited and the small rockets shut off After this, the wing-blades would be allowed to rotate freely as the saucer moved forward as in an auto-gyrocopter. In all probability, the wing-blades’ speed, and so their lifting value, could also be increased by directing the adjustable horizontal jets slightly upwards to engage the blades, thus spinning them faster at the discretion of the pilot.

    Rapid horizontal flight was possible with these jet or rocket engines. Probable candidates were the Junkers Jumo 004 jet engines such as were used on the famous German jet fighter, the Messerschmitt 262. A possible substitute would have been the somewhat less powerful BMW 003 engines. The rocket engine would have been the Walter HWK109 which powered the Messerschmitt 163 rocket interceptor .If these had been plentiful, the Junkers Jumo 004 probably would have been the first choice. Epp reports Jumo 211/b engines were used . Klaas reports the Argus pulse jet (Schmidt-duct), used on the V-l, was also considered .All of these types of engines were difficult to obtain at the time because they were needed for high priority fighters and bombers, the V-l and the rocket interceptor aircraft.

    Joseph Andreas Epp reports in his book Die Realitaet der Flugscheiben (The Reality of the Flying Discs) that an official test flight occurred in February of 1945. Epp managed to take two still pictures of the saucer in flight which appear in his book. There is some confusion about the date of these pictures. Epp states the official flight had been February 14, 1945 but an earlier lift-off had taken place in August of 1944.

    Very high performance flight characteristics are attributed to this design. Georg Klein says it climbed to 12,400 meters (over37,000 feet) in three minutes and attaining a speed around that of the sound barrier . Epp says that it achieved a speed of Mach 1 (about 1200 kilometers per hour or about 750miles per hour. From his discussion, it appears that Epp is describing the unofficial lift-off in August, 1944 at this point. He goes on to say that on the next night, the sound barrier was broken in manned flight but that the pilot was frightened by the vibrations encountered at that time . On the official test flight, Epp reports a top speed of 2200 kilometers per hour . Lusar reports a top speed of 2000kilometers per hour . Many other writers cite the same or similar top speed.

    There is no doubt of two facts. The first is that these are supersonic speeds which are being discussed.

    Second, it is a manned flight which is under discussion.

    . Some new information has come to light regarding the propulsion system which supports the original assessment. Although actual construction had not started, wind-tunnel and design studies confirmed the feasibility of building a research aircraft which was designated Projekt 8-346. This aircraft was not a saucer but a modern looking swept-back wing design. According this post-war Allied intelligence report, the Germans designed the 8-346 to flying the range of 2000 kilometers per hour to Mach 2. .Interestingly enough, it was to use two Walther HWK109 rocket engines. This is one of the engine configurations under consideration for the Schriever-Habermohl saucer project.

    Schriever continued to work on the project until April 15, 1945. About this time Prag was threatened by the advancing Soviet Army. The saucer prototype(s) at Prag-Gbell were pushed out onto the runway and burnt. Habermohl disappeared and is presumed to have ended up in the hands of the Soviets. Schriever, according to his own statements, packed the saucer plans in the trunk of his BMW and with his family drove into the relative security of Bavaria. After cessation of hostilities Schriever worked his way north to his parents house in Bremerhaven-Lehe. He later worked for the U.S. Army.

    Therefore, the history of the Schriever-Habermohl project in Prag can be summarized in a nutshell as follows: Epp’s statement is that it was his design and model which formed the basis for this project. This model was given to General Ernst Udet which was then later forwarded to General Dr. Walter Dornberger at Peenemünde. Dr. Dornberger tested and recommended the design which was confirmed by Dornberger to Epp after the war A facility was set up in Prag for further development and the Schriever- Habermohl team was assigned to work on it there. At first this project was under the auspices of Hermann Göring and the Luftwaffe. Sometime later, the Speer Ministry took over the running of this project with chief engineer Georg Klein in charge. Finally, the project was usurped by the SS in 1944, along with other saucer projects, and fell under the control of Kammler. Schriever altered the length of the wing-vanes from their original design. This alteration caused the instability. Schriever was still trying to work out this problem in his version of the saucer as the Russians overran Prag. Haberrmohl, according to Epp, went back to his original specifications, with two or three successful flights for his version.

    Viktor Schauberger [1885-1958], an Austrian inventor who was closely involved with Hitler’s Third Reich, worked on the advancement of a number of flying disc-shaped craft for the Nazis between 1938 and 1945. Based on “liquid vortex propulsion” many of them, according to records, actually flew. One “flying saucer” [fliegende untertassen] reputedly destroyed at Leonstein, had a diameter of 1.5 meters, weighed 135 kilos, and was started by an electric motor of one twentieth horsepower. The vehicle was equipped with a turbine engine to supply the energy required for liftoff.

    According to Schauberger, “If water or air is rotated into a twisting form of oscillation known as ‘colloidal’, a build up of energy results which, with immense power, can cause levitation.” On one attempt one such apparatus “rose upwards, trailing a blue-green, and then a silver-colored glow.”

    The Russians blew up Schauberger’s apartment in Leonstein, after taking what remained following an earlier visit by the Americans. Schauberger supposedly was later involved in working on a top secret project in Texas for the U.S. Government and died shortly afterwards of ill health.

    In a letter written by Schauberger to a friend it states that he once worked at Matthausen concentration camp directing technically oriented prisoners and other German scientists in the successful construction of a saucer. In this letter written by Schauberger, he gives further information from his direct experience with the German military :

    “The ‘flying saucer’ which was flight-tested on the 19th February 1945 near Prague and which attained a height of 15,000 metres in 3 minutes and a horizontal speed of 2,200 km/hour, was constructed according to a Model 1 built at Mauthausen concentration camp in collaboration with the first-class engineers and stress-analysts assigned to me from the prisoners there.

    It was only after the end of the war that I came to hear, through one of the workers under my direction, a Czech, that further intensive development was in progress: however, there was no answer to my enquiry.

    From what I understand, just before the end of the war, the machine is supposed to have been destroyed on Keitel’s orders. That’s the last I heard of it.

    In this affair, several armament specialists were also involved who appeared at the works in Prague, shortly before my return to Vienna, and asked that I demonstrate the fundamental basis of it:

    The creation of an atomic low-pressure zone, which develops in seconds when either air or water is caused to radially and axially under conditions of a falling temperature gradient.”

    Sources and References

    Combined Intelligence Committee Evaluation Reports, Combined Intelligence Objectives Subcommittee, Evaluation Report 149,page 8

    Lusar, Rudolf, Die Deutschen Waffen und Geheimwaffen des 2. Weltkrieges und ihre Weiterentwicklung, J.F. Lehmanns Verlag, Munich, 1956, pps 81-83

    Meier, Hans Justus, 1999, page 24, “Zum Thema “FliegendeUntertassen” Der Habermohlsche Flugkreisel”, reprinted in Fliegerkalender 1999, Internationales Jahrbuch die Luft-und Raumfahrt, Publisher: Hans M. Namislo, ISBN 3-8132-0553-3

    Epp, Joseph Andreas, 1994, page 28, Die Realität derFlugscheiben, Efodon e.V., c/o Gernot L. Geise,Zoepfstrasse 8, D-82495

    Keller, Werner, Dr., April 25, 1953, Welt am Sonntag, “Erste ‘Flugscheibe’ flog 1945 in Prag enthuellt Speers Beauftrager”, an interview of Georg Klein

    Zwicky, Viktor, September 19, 1954, page 4, Tages-Anzeiger52 für Stadt und Kanton Zuerich, “Das Raetsel der Fliegenden Teller Ein Interview mit Oberingenieur Georg Klein, derunseren Lesern Ursprung und Konstruktion dieser Flugkörpererklaert”

    Klein, Georg, October 16, 1954, page 5, “Die Fliegenden Teller”, Tages-Anzeiger für Stadt und Kanton Zuerich

    Der Spiegel, March 30, 1959, “Untertassen Sie fliegen aberdoch” Article about and interview of Rudolf Schriever

  10. Greg Parent on April 26, 2009 at 11:43 am

    On second thought–it is the best interview of Joseph Farrell.

  11. Greg Parent on April 26, 2009 at 10:34 am

    Thanks for bringing this to my attention–it’s one of the best Joseph Farrell interviews I’ve seen or heard. I think Joseph should do more in this format–its more engaging than the audio interviews I’ve heard.

  12. eric swan on April 23, 2009 at 6:03 am

    Might be time to update the pic above. The Camelot interview was very generous on your part and much appreciated. I wondered why you didn’t incorporate Schauberger into the “bell” story but otherwise, most of your research was beyond exceptional.

  13. From Romania on April 19, 2009 at 2:24 pm

    hi, i am a reader of yours all the way from Romania, congratulations on your work but i was wondering if any of your books are available or will be available in audiobook format.


  14. Mike on March 1, 2009 at 9:11 am

    Just passing by.Btw, you website have great content!

    Making Money $150 An Hour

  15. Steven A on February 28, 2009 at 6:36 pm

    Hope all went well at the conference, did ya have a Powerpoint or any other visual aids? Any idea if a DVD will pop up?

    I’ve seen Jim Marrs and he’s QUITE the “lecturer” can’t wait to see you in front of a crowd, especially since I’m assuming Jim gave you a great jumping off point.

  16. Ken Rundel on January 26, 2009 at 2:25 pm

    You meant UFO, not UDO conference in Eureka Springs, I hope!

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