Billionaire Robert Bigelow believes the world is going to end soon

Robert Bigelow, the billionaire with all the top level information from the government about UFOs and the paranormal, thinks the world is going to end.

Bigelow has been working in a consortium with the highest levels of government about the paranormal for decades. He owned Skinwalker Ranch before the current owner, and his company Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies (BAASS) prepared the documents for the government’s “UFO program” Advanced Aerospace Weapon System Applications Program (AAWSAP). He said it better:

“There has been and is an existing presence, an ET presence, and I spent millions and millions, I probably spent more as an individual than anybody else in the United States has ever spent on this subject”

— Robert Bigelow on CBS’s 60 Minutes “Life in Outer Space” aired on aired May 28, 2017 (video)

Bigelow has been studying life after death and other paranormal topics through his Bigelow Institute for Consciousness Studies (BICS). BICS has been running yearly contest for millions of dollars in grants, and the 2023 contest The Challenge aims to collect data from individuals with psychic abilities regarding our impending doom:

… the 2023 BICS Challenge will fund research into contact and communication with post-mortem or discarnate consciousness leading to the reception of higher order information of benefit to humankind with the allocation of a grand total of up to $1 million in grants.

BICS officers and staff have been aware over several decades of a persistent theme in information coming from multiple sources, including from alleged non-human entities and also putative sources from the Afterlife. The consensus from these multiple strands of information is that humanity is, and has been for some years, living on borrowed time and that a catastrophic “extinction level event” may be in our near future.

BICS is interested in exploring and researching information obtained from authenticated senior sources on the “Other Side” pertaining to addressing the future viability or non-viability of mankind over the next twenty to thirty years. An important part of this project is to develop methodologies to authenticate and corroborate the information coming from, ideally, senior, evolved sources on the “Other Side.”

Robert Bigelow also expressed his pessimistic view about the future of humanity on Jeffrey Mishlove’s New Thinking Allowed, recorded on June 6, 2023 (video):

Robert Bigelow: The Challenge is an effort to involve an acquisition of information from “the other side” that proves or disproves what information BICS already has from multiple kinds of sources, as to the disposition of the human race in time coming. It’s a pessimistic view that we have relative to the data that are telling us what we see. I’m hoping we’re wrong. But I’m hoping that the data are substantial in the way that we’re trying to acquire it to tell us we’re wrong, because we’re going to do devil’s advocacy on the data that’s coming from the sources that we are out there trying to gather.

Jeffrey Mishlove: If I understand what you’re saying, it’s basically like the data that is coming into you from multiple sources leads you to have a pessimistic outlook on the future of humanity.

Robert Bigelow: Yeah.

Jeffrey Mishlove: And you’re looking for some way that we might be able to change that apparent destiny.

Robert Bigelow: I don’t think that’s an achievable goal for me. I think I’m an explorer, a researcher, and I think that problem is gigantic. It’s huge.

Jeffrey Mishlove: Because it’s coming at us from many angles.

Robert Bigelow: Yeah. It’s probably already written on the wind one way or another, and it’s going to happen. And there’s little or nothing we can do about it. Part of that is a function of nobody’s going to listen anyway, you know. And so, who are we talking to, right? So, we’ll know, maybe we’ll have more information than the average person on the street is going to have, right? And maybe that will give us some ability to have some comfort in our thought process of thinking about, not just our container has a clock ticking, from normal biological disintegration or whatever, or an accident or something coming along, but from a standpoint that things are really going to be bad. And how do you prepare yourself for that and those that you love and care for, or friends? How do you prepare for any of that, right? So, that’s probably the best that we can do.

Disincarnate entities have been saying that the world is going to end for a while now, it seems the “timelines” are constantly changing… but perhaps most disincarnate entities actually playing a long con (outside of time and space).

6.16 Questioner: What is the position of this planet with respect to progression of the cycle at this time?

Ra: I am Ra. This sphere is at this time in fourth-dimension vibration. Its material is quite confused due to the society memory complexes embedded in its consciousness. It has not made an easy transition to the vibrations which beckon. Therefore, it will be fetched with some inconvenience.

6.17 Questioner: Is this inconvenience imminent within a few years?

Ra: I am Ra. This inconvenience, or disharmonious vibratory complex, has begun several of your years in the past. It shall continue unabated for a period of approximately three oh, thirty [30], of your years.

6.18 Questioner: After this thirty-year period I am assuming we will be a fourth-dimension or fourth-density planet. Is this correct?

Ra: I am Ra. This is so.

Q: (L) What are you here for tonight?

A: Prophecy.

Q: (L) What prophecies?

A: Tornadoes Florida - several.

Q: Where else?

A: Also Texas and Alabama.

Q: (L) When?

A: Sun is in Libra.[3]


Q: (L) What else is going to happen?

A: Seattle buried; Japan buckles; Missouri shakes; California crumbles; Arizona burns.

Every reference that I uncovered concerning earthbound spirits seemed to fit the channeling phenomenon at large. And the more I learned, the more it appeared that mediums were taking huge risks in allowing themselves to become the unwitting accomplices of questionable discarnate attentions. Ancient spiritual teachings from a wide range of cultures tell of hosts of disembodied beings inhabiting a dimension which lies closest to the Earth This is the lower astral realm, a gloomy cesspool of the dead peopled by the spirits of those who have lived base, ignorant, or selfish lives. Afflicted with all manner of craving for terrestrial pleasure, their decadent existence thrives on attachment to needy and unsuspecting individuals on Earth. And so they masquerade as guides or teachers, developing emotional attachments to earthly humans and recycling the erudition available to all who inhabit the non-material universe. Their thinking processes are as rapid as they are machiavellian; their vampiric need of human energies is boundless.

These earthbound spirits or, in Tibetan Buddhist phraseology, pretas or “hungry ghosts,” are individuals whose minds, at the point of physical death, have been incapable of disentangling from desire. Thus enslaved, the personality becomes trapped on the lower planes even as it retains, for a while, its memory and individuality. Hence the term “lost soul,” a residual entity that is no more than an astral corpse-in-waiting. It has condemned itself to perish; it has chosen a “second death.” In The Astraj Body, Lt. Col. Arthur E. Powell asserts that entities who gather around mediums or sensitives are “people who have led an evil life and are filled with yearnings for the earth life they have left, and for the animal delights they can no longer directly taste” He goes on:

Such “spooks” are conscienceless, devoid of good impulses, tending towards disintegration, and consequently can work for evil only, whether we regard them as prolonging their vitality by vampirizing at seances or polluting the medium and sitters with astral connections of an altogether undesirable kind … The more unselfish and helpful a person is, the less likely is he to be found after death lingering in full consciousness on the lower levels of the astral plane, from which the earth is most readily accessible.

In his out-of-body joumeyings. Robert Monroe tells of encountering a zone next to the Earth plane populated by the “dead” who couldn’t or wouldn’t realize they were no longer physical beings. “It wasn’t nice,” writes Monroe in Far Journeys. The beings he perceived “kept trying to be physical, to do and be what they had been, to continue physical one way or another. Bewildered, some spent all of their activity in attempting to communicate with friends and loved ones still in bodies or with anyone else who might come along… ”

This thickly-peopled “dead zone” just beyond the frontiers of physical existence tallies precisely with the realm of the hungry ghosts described in the teachings of Tibetan Buddhists. The hungry ghosts, characterized by intense greed, are depicted as beings with tiny mouths, thin necks and gigantic bellies. They are tortured by their insatiable hunger even more than the pain of not being able to find and consume what they crave. Their wants and desires are seen as a desperate attempt to feed their poverty of spirit as well as to obliterate their most basic fear, the fear that they may not exist. After death, say the Buddhists, the earthly individual’s powers of resistance will be tried and tested by the hungry ghosts’ siren call. The Tibetan Book of the Dead, an eighth-century guidebook mapping out the psychic territory to be negotiated once the body has perished, advises on the temptation to come:

…together with the wisdom light, the soft yellow light of the hungry ghosts will also shine. Do not lake pleasure in it; give up desire and yearning… If you are attracted to it, you will fall into the realm of the hungry ghosts and experience unbearable misery from hunger and thirst. It is an obstacle, blocking the path of liberation…

When spirits begin to speak with man they conjoin themselves with his thoughts and affections… They pull on all things of his memory, thus all things which the man has learned and imbibed from infancy the spirits suppose these things to be their own.

Swedenborg maintained that the worst spirits of all were those “who have been in evils from love of self and at the same time inwardly in themselves have acted from deceit.” In Heaven and Hell he tells how these entities like to flutter about mortals like phantoms, secretly infusing them with evil by penetrating the emotions.

They perceive and smell out the affections as dogs do wild beasts in the forest. Where they perceive good affections, they instantly turn them into evil ones, leading and bending them in a wonderful manner by means of the others delights, and this so secretly and with such malignant skill that the other knows nothing of it … In the world these were the men who deceitfully captivated the minds of others, leading and persuading them by the delights of their affections or lusts…,

Emanuel Swedenborg, who claimed to be able to pierce clairvoyantly the veil of the spiritual worlds, warned at great length about the brilliant and delusive nature of many communicating entities. Such evil, seducing spirits were said to be deceitful men and women who desired, in death, to hold the living in thrall to their duplicity. In Arcana Caelestia —publ i shed a century before the founding of modern Spiritualism—he explained how they cuddle up to their victims.

Edgar Cayce was well aware of the disruptive agitations of earthbound spirits. Although Cayce lulled himself into trance and spoke frequently of reincarnation while unconscious, he was not a medium in the strict sense of the word because his voice was always his own. No guides or controls came forward to identify themselves and take over his physical body. Instead Cayce was able to attune his unconscious mind to communicate with the minds of people either living or dead. One day. while the “sleeping prophet” was stretched out in self-hypnotic trance, he warned explicitly about non-material mischief-makers:

There are those influences from without the veil that seek, seek, that they may find an expression, that they may still be a portion of this evolution in the earth, not considering their present estate. And these bring turmoil and strife.

The Ouija board attracts earthbound spirits more readily than any other inanimate device and those who choose to “play” this trans-dimensional distraction run the risk of being influenced by the most devious tricksters imaginable. In Ouija: The Most Dangerous Game, Stoker Hunt presents a succession of cases in which people sacrificed their will and judgement to invisible guides— with disastrous consequences. “Because of the intimate nature of the information revealed” writes Hunt, “the Ouija board is incredibly seductive. The more suggestible a “player,” the more dangerous the Ouija game.” Seth, whose eloquence gave him ambassadorial status in the New Age movement, was first contacted via an Ouija board.

Occultist Alice Bailey maintained that common trance mediumship which allowed for communication with “old Atlantean degenerates and earthbound souls, the average Indian chief and guide” was a perversion of the natural relationship between the material and non-material worlds. “There is nothing to be learned from them and much to be avoided,” she wrote of mediumship’s innumerable voices in A Treatise on White Magic.

Madame Helena Blavatsky, the founder of the Theosophical movement. warned of the dangers of drifting into “unconscious black magic or the most helpless mediumship” In The Key To Theosophy she wrote that anyone who attempted to cultivate hypnotism or any form of mediumistic communication without awareness of the philosophic rationale of those powers was like a rudderless boat launched on a stormy ocean. “Happy are those who escape…” she added “as they have neither test nor criterion by which they can distinguish between the true and the false”

The teachings of the Rosicrucians, a mystical order which can be traced to ancient Egypt, condemn Spiritualism and mediumship. The American edition of the Rosicrucian Manual states that many so-called mediums know little or nothing of the laws and principles which they are attempting to demonstrate, sometimes bringing serious situations and sorrows into the lives of those who are consulting them. The Rosicrucians insist that soul personalities who have left the physical plane do not return before the moment of their reincarnation and do not incorporate into a medium in order to communicate with the living. Not that communication with the departed is impossible. It is just that contact operates on a vibratory level without need of mediums, Ouija boards or any other paraphernalia.