Trout Lake, Washington is known for UFO activity. With clear skies and very little light pollution, Trout Lake offers good stargazing. In just 40 minutes the other night, I spotted a couple of satellites plus a shooting star.
ECETI stands for Enlightened Contact with Extra Terrestrial Intelligence. The Eceti Ranch is just down the road from our own Mt. Adams Base Camp.
James Gilliland, ECETI’s founder, has a theory, and he’s sticking to it. Why would ET’s, who must be vastly superior to us, want to engage with Earth brutes who possess weapons of mass destruction? Would you, for example, want to sit down to a chat with a hungry crocodile? Of course not. So, a prerequisite to benevolent contact from ET’s is an open mind and a loving heart.
What about Pope John Paul, II or President Obama, they both seem to have loving hearts and want to do good? Why would ET’s chose James Gilliland over them?
His answer, “The benevolent ones do not want to further any one agenda, government or religion, which answers the question why they have not landed in the Vatican or the White House lawn.” Mr. Gilliland continues, “They do not believe in structured truths which create separation, division and sometimes war in endless power struggles. They have transcended all religious and cultural boundaries into a profound love for all people and all life.”
So, ET’s select Trout Lake over Mecca or the Vatican. I live in Trout Lake. I have profound love for people that transcends any religious dogma. I do not believe, for, example, in stoning to death insolent children, and I certainly disagree with hiding women under burqas. Maybe my universal love of women and others is helping to draw ET’s to Trout Lake.
According to Eceti.org, “An unprecedented event is unfolding in a small town known as Trout Lake, Washington. This event has the potential to change the course and destiny of Humanity and the Earth. The people of Earth are being offered a chance to join the rest of the universe in peace.”
Uh oh! This could be bad. Will we have 10 million seekers rivaling the annual pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe? Will there be hordes as in Lourdes? I don’t want traffic jams driving north on WA 141 as millions visit. I like the peace, quiet and bucolic character of this excellent community.
Fortunately, our Reporter possessed the requisite open heart and open mind to obtain an invitation for a private visit to the Eceti ranch, so I can get some insight. He took Allyson. I did not go. I did not qualify because of my skepticism, born of logic and my ability to understand the English language. Logic often disables people from following love gurus. As the Bhagwan Shree Rashneesh said, “Logic ridicules love, and love smiles knowingly at the whole foolishness of logic.”
Listen to the ET believers' videos and read their papers with a knowledge of English, and nothing makes sense. Damn law school! Damn my Vulcan logic! I'll miss out on the upcoming world-altering events.
The Eceti Ranch consists of a beautiful 70 acres, if you don’t look too hard at some of the run-down structures. Eceti’s “Field of Dreams” has a full view of Mt. Adams and a nearly horizon-to-horizon window to the star-filled sky.
Our Reporter and Allyson saw many satellites and some shooting stars.
The guy with the tattoo of a feline-like alien, with whom he has contact, saw something different. The woman who has had Ayahuasca treatment in the past saw things. Believers and James Gilliland declared that moving objects were “powering up.” THEY could distinguish "the motherships" from the "scout ships." Those airplanes overhead must be keeping an eye on the Eceti Ranch and not merely be transporting people. Lights on the mountain could not be backpackers overnighting before climbing Mt. Adams. “Why would they be looking this way?” “That’s 13 miles away; lights would not go this far.”
Well, our Reporter is into science, not fantasy. Satellite speed depends on distance from Earth. The ones farther away are not "powering up" – they go faster. Allyson knows that campers look around in every direction, which would include the direction of the Field of Dreams. Could it be that Eceti folks' shining lasers at moving objects attract attention from backpackers on the mountain with headlamps?
In conclusion, CarpeSummer’s intrepid reporters could not confirm any UFO activity. That does not mean UFO’s do not visit Trout Lake with great frequency. If our reporters had stayed until sunrise, maybe they'd have made contact. Just because goofy people believe in something does not mean that it does not exist. Maybe our reporters just missed contact by a night or two. Maybe Allyson did not possess the requisite open mind.
So, without ET contact, we have no way of disputing Mr. Gilliland’s experience with ET’s, and I do not want to dispute his hope for universal peace and love. He wrote, “They all carry a universal message. Their focus is universal peace, brother / sisterly love and to honor the Creator in all creation. It is the same message handed down by every enlightened master that ever walked the Earth.”