The Gulf Breeze Six

The Gulf Breeze Six

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  1. Ian Topham says:

    Re: The Gulf Breeze Six
    I haven’t heard of this before Mauro.  When I started reading it I thought it was going to be like the introduction to the A-Team.  It is now nearly twenty years since they deserted, have the six ever commented on the events?

  2. Mauro says:

    Re: The Gulf Breeze Six
    I pity the fool who don’t believe me… 🙂
    Vance Davis, one of the Six, wrote a book titled Unbroken Promises described even by hardcore UFO believers as “one of the most mind-boggling works ever written”. Bear in mind these are the same persons who hailed the, err, cryptic and truly mind-boggling Catchers of Heaven as a masterpiece.
    (I had the stomach to read Catchers but could barely finish it so I skipped over Promises).
    According to Davis the Six got their orders from prophet Zechariah and Saint Mark the Evangelist through an Ouija board. These orders, besides ordering the killing of the yet unnamed Antichrist, instructed them to greet a race alien telepaths named Kiasseions that would come in UFOs as vanguards of the heavenly hosts led by none less than Our Lord and Saviour.
    He didn’t write a single line about how the Six managed to desert, if they stole sensitive material, if they had accomplices etc.
    The same applies to his five companions: lots of talks about their beliefs but very little, if any, about how they actually managed to go AWOL and obtain a general discharge.

    In Distortion We Trust

  3. Ian Topham says:

    Re: The Gulf Breeze Six
    ‘Got an unnamed Antichrist to Kill? Have to greet a race alien telepaths? If you can find them, maybe you can hire, The Gulf Breeze Six. ‘ 

    These people were working in intelligence, protecting the free world and they accepted career destroying instructions through a Ouija Board?

  4. Ian Topham says:

    Re: The Gulf Breeze Six
    I thought the date of the six going missing was familiar.  Five days earlier two people may have mysteriously vanished from an uninhabited island in Orkney.

  5. BaronIveagh says:

    Re: The Gulf Breeze Six
    Ian, you might find it’s more famous then that.

    July, 9 is the Caprotinia, a Roman holiday believed to have its roots in the disappearance of Romulus, one of the founders of Rome.

    Also on that particular day in Germany, Zen Master Brigitte D’Ortschy, as well as designer Horst Rittel, expired.

    Summum Nec Metuam Diem Nec Optima