MUFON is no longer a science-based UFO research group

by UFOWATCHDOG  (Royce J. Meyers III)  – – July 24, 2017:


Veteran UFO researcher, investigator and author James E. Clarkson has published a lengthy and well worth reading article on why he has completely withdrawn from MUFON.

Among the reasons cited, Clarkson in particular mentions that known cult leader and channeler J.Z. Knight is a member of MUFON’s inner circle.   Yes, you read correctly, channeler.

For those unaware of J.Z. Knight, she’s a cult leader living in Washington State who claims to channel an entity she calls Ramtha.   Problem is with a lot of Knight’s claims is she can’t prove any of them and the claims she claim are made by Ramtha have been scientifically shown to be completely inaccurate.   At one of Knight’s school, Ramtha’s School of Enlightment, two staff members were charged with repeatedly sexually assaulting a 15 year student.

MUFON has been falling apart and losing credible members for years now and many will recall the most recent upheaval with John Ventre’s racist antics.  Recently, MUFON had its symposium in Las Vegas on the subject of the alleged secret space program and featured the likes of nut job Corey Goode.  Of course, Richard Dolan appeared and talked about the implications of a secret space program.  I don’t think it any secret that Dolan was paid to appear.  Perhaps Dolan could take a lesson from Clarkson and grow a spine along with some integrity.

For those unfamiliar with the latest craze being sold by the usual UFO morons, there are those who claim the United States government has a fleet of spaceships and is cruising around the galaxy in them.  Then there are the likes of Corey Goode who outlandishly claims he’s been to Mars as part of this secret program  –  of course, he has absolutely zero proof to back anything he says, but he’ll gladly sell you a ticket at the door to tell you all about it.  This is the same Corey Goode who is part of which is fast becoming the leader in Internet sensationalist bullshit.

Anyhow, please take the time to read this illuminating piece on the state of MUFON by a long time member…



Please also read:

MUFON – – A LOOK AT THE ORGANIZATION   (from yolasite)


In 2008, Las Vegas’ eccentric billionaire Robert Bigelow  (Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies)  “contributed” $242,667.00 to MUFON. (page 2 of form)

In 2009, Bigelow/BAASS “contributed” $102,000.00 to MUFON totaling $344,667.00 for a two year period.  (page 8 of form)

In 2009 MUFON shows total revenues of $1,547,122.00 over a five year period, 2005 through 2009.  (page 12, Schedule A, Section B; Total Support, Line 13.)

Where has all that money gone?

MUFON will say it went to “expenses” but when one looks at their expenses, one sees quite a few “misc,” deductions, some in the thousands of dollars.  All this while Clifford Clift was setting up a plan to access State Directors fees based on how many members they had.

I think the 990’s speak for themselves.

MUFON has a history of “looking the other way” when it comes to their “special” members.  I have added pages concerning John Carpenter and the abductee files he sold to Bigelow:




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3 thoughts on “MUFON is no longer a science-based UFO research group

  1. Dolan was on Richard Syretts’ show just last week regretting that he agreed six months in advance to speak. He said he felt duped in to participating in a round table like discussion along with the likes of Corey Goode, as that part of the event was reportedly not disclosed to him until he arrived. Syrett and Dolan had a long discussion about MUFON.


  2. I became interested in the Mufon shake out after Bigelow bought mufon and their database went secret. Then James Carrion got handed his hat and many state directors shown the door. A splinter group formed a forum to discuss what happened and I joined them from a search of the mufon debacle.

    That forum of mufon exiles was full of information but as in all forum places I enter, They ran me off. I guess I ask the wrong questions that make some deep nefarious operatives in forums get their comfort level bumped a little to hard and have to go on the attack.

    Dolan was almost duped by the new cult messiah Corey Goode


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