I first learned of Robert Stanley on a Coast to Coast a.m. broadcast. His claims, while astounding and disturbing, draw parallels to observations made by Paul Levy (Wetiko Psychosis) and David Icke, among others. Listen to him read this amazing email from a licensed psychiatrist...
These creatures are identical to the objects seen swarming during the infamous NASA Tether Incident.
More interesting stuff can be found on Stanley's website: http://www.unicusmagazine.com/skyfish.htm
Updated June 23, 2013
Press Release from Robert M. Stanley
My fellow citizens,
It is time to expose the covert controllers of mankind. I assure you this is not speculation, a hoax, or simply the figment of peoples imagination. These parasitic creatures are real and they need to be dealt with immediately so mankind can evolve to the next level of existence.
Use the links below to listen to my radio interview re. this issue on Coast to Coast AM
Use this link to listen to me dicuss this on my show: The Unicus Radio Hour
Use this link to see my YouTube presentation of this issue:
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Although these parasites are not human, they are able to covertly influence our thoughts so we will do harm to oursevles and or others. In this way, they feed off the energy generated from the negative emotions of humans such as pain, fear, anger, revenge, etc.
It is unclear when these cosmic amoeba-like creatures and their reptilian counterparts first came to earth, but we know they were discovered by shamans in altered states of consciousness long ago and have recently been photographed.
The reason everyone is not seeing them on a daily basis is because these creature's energy signature is beyond our normal, narrow range of vision within the electromagnetic spectrum. What scientist call "visible light."
Here are a series of authentic, infrared photographs and other images of these creatures:
NASA photo of the same object enlarged and enhanced.
These are not space craft: they are living creatures that the modern pioneers in this field of research (during the 1950s) termed "sky fish."