About Me, And Why I’ve Created This Site
Since 1995, I’ve visited 7 US crop circles in 4 states and several amazing crop circles in England alongside such researchers as Colin Andrews, Paul Vigay, Richard Andrews, Ron Russell, and Busty Taylor. Articles in which I detail my research and experiences have been published in The Circular, Circular Times, and the Colorado MUFON Journal. A precognitive remote viewing experience involving crop circles is related in Dr Simeon Hein’s book Opening Minds. I’ve amassed so many UFO sightings I’ve lost count, including two separate incidents viewed from jet windows, and many multiple-witness sightings. Many of these sightings have been captured on videotape, and I intend to post them along with some crop circle footage at my YouTube channel soon. My radio interviews include Coast to Coast AM when I was a guest regarding the Langdon, ND formations of 2000, and a related local morning radio show in North Dakota. I’ve also been featured in The Learning Channel’s 2001 documentary “Crop Circles: In Search of a Sign,” ABC’s 2009 Primetime series “The Outsiders,” and the Encore/Starz interviews accompanying their 2008 Sci-Fi movie weekend. Additionally, I investigated two wild horse mutilations in southern Colorado in 2008, and a cattle mutilation, also in southern Colorado, in 2009. I was a CSETI working group leader in 1995/1996 and an active MUFON Field Investigator for several years, until recently. I am also a member of ICCRA, the Independent Crop Circle Researchers’ Association.
For all my life I’ve been “exploring the unknown.” My mother’s pregnancy with me was so touch-and-go that my being born was an exceptional miracle. She says to me: ”I know you were born with a special purpose in this world.” That purpose probably has a lot to do with this page, and all that I plan to eventually publish here: thoughts and experiences gleaned through personal exploration and immersion in some of the greatest mysteries of our times.
I’ve had a general preoccupation with mysteries for as long as I can remember. Many of my most persistent and fascinating memories involve inexplicable events from early childhood, like OBEs, sudden vivid scars, and recurrent “dreams” of being taken to weird places and being shown presumably hybrid lifeforms. During my teens I got a bit distracted from all that, but by my mid-20s I was drawn back to the unknown as UFO-related memories started filtering through to me. As I immersed myself in the pursuit and study of ET-related phenomena, I experienced an increase in related visual, temporal encounters as well as purely-psychic ones. These experiences were accompanied by numerous profound synchronicities and, strange though it sounds, reciprocal communications with other intelligences.
In upcoming posts I’ll describe some of my speculations on the unknown, including interactions with other species, both terrestrial and extraterrestrial, from our dimension and possibly from others. I’ll share some of my ideas about how those communications may be occurring and even how to encourage contact. Expect a variety of personal recollections as well as extremely speculative musings from the fringe, because that’s where some of the greatest treasures are found.
I can’t claim that it’s all been pleasant, yet even in those most bizarre cases requiring careful documentation of disturbing evidence, I willingly and happily engage in the research. It’s something I believe I was “born to do.”
Of course I have interests other than what might be called paranormal, or what I call “extraordinary” reality - but those don’t require a formal website. My family is very important to me, and I’ve got a wonderful daughter who has brought more joy to my life than anything else. And I like to kick back with friends, adventure, be one with sunsets and sunrises, chase thunderstorms, read, write, shoot pool, cook and eat (organic as much as possible), and just relax and be mellow.
That said, when it comes to my research, I’m much more interested in evidence than in proof….and if those of you reading this share that interest, I hope you’ll find my posts both informative and entertaining. Much of what I have to tell is anecdotal; for instance I’ll be describing some of the best of my dozens of UFO sightings. Some have multiple witnesses, but I’ll also talk about those I witnessed alone by “being in the right place at the right time.” And my communications with the true crop circle makers (not those who use ropes and boards to create admittedly-amazing crop art, by the way) will be detailed, with supporting evidence.
Intently communicating with other intelligences enhances our abilities to reach higher states of consciousness using readily-available means. I’ll write about some of the concepts we might be able to play with once we’re approaching or have attained those states.
Just remember, I don’t claim to be a scientist and don’t wish to be one, but I do draw on a lot of basic tenets of science when I put them into my own far out, off-the-wall, or otherwise eccentric theories and thought experiments. While I may not always get the science right, in the bigger scheme of things what’s more important to me is thinking about possibilities, not proving anything.
Critical thinking is a part of exploring the unknown, and for me, that means actively carving new paths far beyond our immediate, mundane reality. Sometimes what I say may be confusing or interwoven in ways that are quite abstract. I do my best to say what I want to say in a way that is understandable and meaningful, and I welcome comments or questions if something needs clarification.
Most of all, I want to have fun sharing this site as it grows and evolves. I want to reiterate that I am not technically inclined, so I’m grateful for my friend Simeon and others who provide “tech support” as needed, to find new and better ways of organising and presenting my material. If I succeed in that, then anyone who chooses to check it out will also have fun. So, in the spirit of adventure, I begin this journey called “Inter-Intelligence Communications…..”
copyright Stace Tussel - Denver, Colorado - 3 December 2008
PS - Special thanks to Dustin Slade for his re-creation of my banner! Love the double helix! Now let’s find a way to make it the real banner…. March, 2009