Updated September 19th, 2015.
I looked a bit more into the matter of the alleged Black Goo, Black Oil, or Sentient Liquid as it has been called. A few weeks ago I discussed German researcher Harald Kautz-Vella’s mention of the Black Goo alongside with alien spiders. I must admit I am fairly sceptical on the matter of the Black Goo, as well as the alien spiders mentioned by Hatibow.
Kautz-Vella claimed in his lecture that the Falklands War in 1982 between UK and Argentina was fought over the Black Goo. As far as I’ve found out so far, the claim seems to originate from a British man called David Griffin. He is apparently part of the Exopolitics UK crowd. Quite frankly, I do not find him credible.
A lecture by Griffin at the Bases Project Conference (a UFO conference, I guess) was for from enlightening, although he did mention various interesting topics. His lecture seemed interesting, but I found it very lacking in content. In fact, I got the impression that since Griffin speaks so fast and throws out various seemingly unrelated topics he makes out to be connected to each other, his goal seems to be to make him seem smart and knowledgeable, and the listener is supposed to feel ill-informed and trust in his expertise. If he truly held important information he wished to share with the public, he would try to make the audience understand it, instead of just spouting it out and moving on. In effect, I think he is using the Emperor’s New Clothes-method of manipulation. Listening to Griffin is like you walked in on a conversation that sounds intriguing, but you don’t understand all of it since you didn’t hear the beginning. The trick is that the conversation doesn’t really have a beginning.
Griffin throws out ideas like that the Falklands War had ulterior motives beyond being a conflict over territory. That certainly is a possibility, but I remain unconvinced Griffin has any actual information on what that was. He also mentions curious deaths of 25 scientists from the British telecommunications and engineering company, Marconi, from the 80s. It is seems very likely they were murdered for some reason, but once again I doubt Griffin knows the secret behind it.
Griffin credits much of his work on a New Zealander called Alec Newald who wrote a book CoEvolution. Newald was allegedly abducted by aliens for 10 days, and taken to the world of the aliens where he learned a lot of important spiritual lessons. His abduction experience may be genuine, but I find these stories of positive alien abductions very suspicious. I am more inclined to believe French Ufologist Jacques Vallee who suggested in Messengers of Deception that whatever the origin of these alien or ET encounters is, is a deceptive agenda that seems to be pushing some sort of New Age religion. Moreover, Alec Newald speaks highly of the Disclosure Project guru, Steven Greer, which is another red flag for me. I’m not quite sure if Newald has said anything about the Black Goo, though.
Harald Kautz-Vella seems to be promoting the claims of David Griffin in the matters of the Black Goo and the Falklands War, which makes me suspicious of his agenda as well.
Another person who has provided information on the Black Goo, or Sentient Liquid, is Alistair Martin. I do not find him very credible either.
So far, I have not found the information that I have seen on the Black Goo very credible at all. Perhaps the Black Goo is simply a fictional substance made up by the writers of the TV show X-Files. Alternatively, if it is a real substance, these men could be pushing disinformation on it to confuse people. This is my interpretation on the matter, I do not have any inside information on it. I am not an expert on the Black Goo. I could be wrong about the intentions of these men, but I am sorry to say they ring of disinfo to me.
There seems to be a man called David Ray Griffin who has done work on 9/11. He should not be confused with the aforementioned David Griffin.
I was just watching a video by Arron i.e. Barbarian Rebellion/Police State Radio on the new 9/11 Holocaust cathedral in New York. He also referenced the Black Goo and it reminded me of a Star Trek: The Next Generation episode called Skin of Evil. It’s from the first season, the episode where one of the main characters, Tasha Yar, dies. The crew encounters a black oily creature called Armus. It is “a malevolent being” that was “formed when the inhabitants of Vagra II (a planet) rid themselves of all the evil they had inside”.
The episode was made in the late eighties and predates X-files references to the Black Goo by several years. I’m still fairly skeptical on this Black Goo issue, but thinking of the episode makes me feel it might be significant that the writers decided to use this black gooey monster, the manifestation of evil, to kill off Tasha Yar, instead of just having her die in regular phaser shootout or something. I also recall watching or reading an interview where the creator of Star Trek, Gene Roddenberry, said the episode was important to highlight the fact that space is dangerous.
I recently read The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail, which mentioned that another name for the secret society, Priory of Sion, is Ormus. Armus, the monster, is quite similar to Ormus. Maybe the O in Ormus stand for Omega, and Armus stands for Alpha. I doubt there is actually any connection between these names, but I’m putting it out there nonetheless.
Bases 17 ET Connection with Falklands War Parts One and Two 2nd Edition: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCJSKhtTtC0
ContActiVism : Alien Nano Toys – Marconi, black goo and Falklands War – davID griffin : Bases Event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_pk_gaxISY
Marconi company: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marconi_Company
25 Marconi Scientists, 1982-88: http://projectcamelot.org/marconi.html
Coevolution The Story Of UFO Contactee Alec Newald Full Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZvvuX8KZ6FI
Bases 18 Sentient Fluid Session One: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iv-hJUOnLik
Are Hatibow’s and Harald Kautz-Vella’s spiders the same?: https://concordiaabchao.wordpress.com/2015/08/28/hatibow-harald-spiders/