Bill Cooper - Behold a Pale Horse - UFO conspiracist

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Bill Cooper - Behold a Pale Horse - UFO conspiracist

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Christel
Oct 27, 2007 - 9:27AM
Bill Cooper - Behold a Pale Horse
Bill Coopers information was circulating prolifically throughout the early years of RSE.

Ramtha whilst not directly supporting it definitely alluded to it. He told people he would send them a "runner" from recollection it was to support all of the catatrophic predictions about the state of the earth and the demise of consciousness of humanity.
The information presented by Bill Cooper definitely motivated complacent people to "prepare."

The shootout below happened in 2001. The information heavily circulating amongst students was in 1989 and onwards.

Here is an article with a summary:

UFO conspiracist William Cooper killed in gunfight with police - News and Comment - Brief Article
Skeptical Inquirer, March, 2002 by Robert Sheaffer


Milton William Cooper, 58, a UFO conspiracist, tax resister, and "militiaman," was killed in a gunfight with Apache County, Arizona, deputies during the early morning of November 6, 2001.

Cooper burst upon the UFO scene in 1988 with spectacular claims about a UFO incident he said he witnessed aboard ship while in the Navy. He claimed he saw "a huge disk rise from beneath the ocean, water streaming from the air around it, tumble lazily on its axis.... It was a metal machine, of that there was no doubt whatsoever." He also claimed to have been a permanent member of a Naval Intelligence Briefing Team (highly unlikely for an enlisted man), which allegedly dealt with UFO matters. He spiced up his yarns with wild tales about MAJI, MAJIC, The Blue Team, and other supposed government programs associated with UFO contact. He even talked about "Project Luna," at first supposedly an alien base on the far side of the Moon, which he later claimed was actually an underground military base near Dulce, New Mexico.

About ten years ago, Cooper was a fixture at many UFO and conspiracy-related conferences. I attended his lecture at a 1991 conspiracy conference in Atlanta which he claimed that "within two years" the New World Order would take over U.S. sovereignty and suspend the Bill of Rights (see "Psychic Vibrations," SI, Spring 1992, p. 249).

It didn't take long for the UFO mainstream to turn against Cooper. He had come out of nowhere telling grossly sensational stories, and yet was quickly eclipsing those who had been laboring for decades to gain public acceptance for stories only a bit less outlandish. A little investigation quickly showed how Cooper's tales were not only implausible and unsubstantiated, but had significantly changed over time. Don Ecker of UFO Magazine ran a series of exposes on Cooper in 1990. Worse yet, Cooper acquired a reputation for belligerent and abusive behavior, and was reported to be drinking very heavily. He began to make slanderous attacks and false accusations against those who questioned his stories. Within a few years, Cooper had been marginalized in mainstream UFOlogy and turned his attention more toward politics, although UFOs and Area 51 remained part of his overall message. UFOs were supposed to have been invented by Nazis, and were being used by the U.S. government to stage a mock alien invasion to establish the one-world government of the New World Order.

Cooper found another large and gullible audience in the militia movement of the extreme right. He had a regular shortwave radio program, the Hour of the Time, heard on WHRI, World Harvest Radio International from Indiana. Cooper's wide-ranging broadcasts blamed the federal government for the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, as well as for the World Trade Center attack this past September 11. One of his last programs was titled "The Bush-Bin Laden Connection." According to James Nichols, brother of Oklahoma City bombing co-defendant Terry Nichols, Cooper's broadcasts were a major influence on Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh.

Cooper had been a fugitive for three years after failing to appear in court on tax-evasion charges. (His Web site, www.williamcooper.com, still makes the claim that the IRS has "no authority" and "no jurisdiction.") He was broadcasting his shortwave program from an armed compound near Eagar, Arizona, near the eastern edge of the state. Local and federal law-enforcement officers were wary of attempting to arrest him there. Knowing that Cooper was heavily armed and had vowed that he would not be taken alive, they feared provoking a bloody incident. According to Glenn Jacobs, a local newspaperman who knew Cooper, "he kept an AK-47 just inside his front door by a magazine rack."

Last July Cooper was reported to have recklessly threatened to shoot a local citizen without provocation, even following the man back to his house. This resulted in a warrant for his arrest. According to The Arizona Republic (Phoenix, November 7, 2001), on the night of November 5 a group of undercover police officers attempted to draw Cooper out of his house. They planned to arrest him when he walked outside. However, Cooper surprised them by driving, nor walking, the short distance to where they had gathered. A second police vehicle attempted to block his return to the house, causing him to drive off the road, where he attempted to run over an officer who was on foot. Near the door of his house, Cooper turned toward the officer who was urging him to surrender, shooting him in the head and wounding him seriously. Another officer returned fire, killing Cooper (see www.azcentral.com/news/articles/breakin ... per07.html).

Cooper's 1991 book Behold a Pale Horse remains a classic among conspiracy buffs. The book lacks a clear organization, simply moving from one dire alarm to the next in chaotic fashion. It warns of a "New World Order" being foisted upon us by a secret government, whose powers will be enhanced by sacred relics such as the Holy Grail, the robe of Jesus, and the Spear of Destiny, still being guarded by a secret surviving branch of the Knights Templar. This book contains the complete text of the notorious anti-Semitic hoax document The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Cooper adds in a note that "any reference to 'Jews' should be replaced with the word 'Illuminati'," but the trick is not convincing.

Even after his death, many UFOlogists still are defending Cooper as someone who had valuable insights, despite his admitted unreliability and violently unstable behavior. As is now well known, "big lies" are remembered long after little ones have been forgotten, and hence William Cooper's legacy will be with us for a long time.


Tree
Oct 27, 2007 - 11:21AM
Re: Bill Cooper - Behold a Pale Horse
Bill Cooper actually paid a visit to JZ around the times you mentioned.
In person-at the house for about 2-3 hours.


Tree
Oct 27, 2007 - 11:40PM
Re: Bill Cooper - Behold a Pale Horse
I find this hard to believe..
but let's say, You KNEW that Bill Cooper visited JZ.
Why 1) would she entice the visit?
why 2) would she not more proclaim, his activities as honorable and knowing?

what? SHE knew that HE knew,
that SHE/HE was a fraud???


Christel
Oct 28, 2007 - 7:54PM
Re: Bill Cooper - Behold a Pale Horse
Bill Cooper's material was heavily influential in the early years of RSE.

Whilst we were told "not to fear" the nature of the material circulating was horrific:

"William Cooper declared that he could confirm "150 per cent" of the ‘Lear Hypothesis’; a paper by John Lear containing allegations of the US Government’s alliance with ETs who, in exchange for advanced alien technology, were ‘allowed’ to abduct unwilling human subjects for experimentation and the harvesting of biological material."

Ramtha did say that the aliens were taking people and eating them.
Bill Cooper's message supported that.

He also stated the the US government had fired on an alien nation and the aliens weren't too happy about it.

The New World Order, UFO conspiracies, technology conspiracies were the food for the mind for quite some time.

The Philadelphia experiment was mentioned by Ramtha as having actually occurred.

Zaccharia Sitchin spoke at the ranch about his books " The Earth Chronicles." That was about the Nefilim, or "those who came from above" coming to earth and using humanity to fight their (aliens) family wars.

Alex Collier spoke at the ranch. He was supposedly in contact with Andromedan's. This presentation was not particularly fearful but rather speculative as there was actually no evidence to prove anything he was saying.

Many students were in complete confusion. On the one hand they were told, "never fear anything" and on the other if they did not take action to "prepare for the days to come" then they were most unwise.

After one stern delivery in the arena by Ramtha to store food and get cracking I knew one very sincere student who had nothing. She could barely afford her rent. She had few possessions and did not have the capacity to do anything about her situation at all.

Students were told to own their own land and "be sovereign" .... meaning not to be at anyone's mercy.

However when you stored food those that were hungry might come looking for it so people were to store firearms.

18 years later mountains of that food has been wasted or thrown to the chooks. (translation - chickens)

Students were told that given the state of the world and what was coming in the future the most important thing above all was the "Great Work." It was more important than one's family.

Many student's were terrified that if they survived that their families would die.

A student I know of separated from her husband and took with her their 8 year old daughter. The daughter was terrified that her daddy would die in the earth changes as he was not with them and not a student.

This sort of material and the abundance of it influenced students into making decisions they would never normally make. After all if one pays for education one expects an honest representation of knowledge.

In hindsight it looks ridiculous to ever have believed this stuff.
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whatchamacallit
Oct 28, 2007 - 8:05PM
Re: Bill Cooper - Behold a Pale Horse
.....and abhorrent that children are emotionally traumatized by hearing the stories/teachings about the upcoming (that never arrives) doom and gloom teachings.

Children, watching adults scurrying about, planning for the doom and gloom's arrival. That's abusive, imo, being exposed to all of that.

The WA STATE DEPT OF CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES needs to dig deeper into that school. Perhaps they already are.


Email
Oct 28th, 2007 - 8:05 PM

joe sz
Oct 29, 2007 - 7:32PM
Re: Bill Cooper - Behold a Pale Horse
I followed Cooper's career since his book Behold a Pale Horse came out. I met him at a book signing at the New Age bookstore "The Ark" in Santa Fe NM. He was not drunk at the time, quite affable, a big bear of a guy, but clearly off his nut--a real nutcase when I let him babble away about his conspiracy theories and ufo visions. I just smiled and nodded as if I was interested. He signed my copy of his book..
But he has nothing on at all, cried at last the whole people....

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