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10 +1 Jaw-Dropping Claims Made by William Cooper in Behold a Pale Horse

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Milton William Cooper was either a gun-toting nutcase or a whistle-blowing patriot, depending on who you talk to. One of the most influential conspiracy theorists of the 20th century, Cooper was shot dead at his Eager, Arizona home in 2001 after years of anti-government activism. His seminal book Behold a Pale Horse has recently experienced a resurgence in interest, likely due to Cooper’s feverish defense of the 2nd amendment and gun ownership, an issue that is once again dividing the nation. But the right to bear arms is just the beginning. Here are the 10 most stunning claims made by Cooper in Pale Horse:

10 – Hypnosis

James Holmes hypnotized
The CIA actively experiments on people using a hypnotic process known as Orion to drive them to commit mass murder and other heinous crimes.

9 – Aliens

ET phone home
The movie E.T. is a representation of an actual extraterrestrial visitation by Ebe, a chrolorphyll-based alien recovered from the infamous Roswell crash in 1949. Later, Close Encounters of the Third Kind was another representation of a real-life alien landing known as Project PLATO

8 – Bilderberg

Bilderberg group
President Truman established the National Security Agency (NSA) for the purposes of communicating with aliens. This lead directly to the establishment of the supersecret Bilderberg Group.

7 – Alien Ambassador

President Eisenhower met with our first alien ambassador, His Omnipotent Highness Krlll, on Feburary 20th, 1954. Krlll helped establish diplomatic relations with an alien race that became known as the “Etherians”.

6 – Alien Experimentation

fire in the sky - alien abduction
The aliens have been manipulating the human race through secret societies, the occult, witchcraft, and religion; they have also been abducting humans and using them as a source of energy via glandular and hormonal secretions, enzymes, blood plasma, and genetics. Furthermore, the aliens created us through genetic experiments.

5 – Time Travel

back to the future
The aliens are capable of time travel, and that technology was passed on to humans for a clandestine operation known as Operation RAINBOW.

4 – Moon Base

Even before President Kennedy’s 1961 speech in which he called for the US to put a man on the moon, a joint alien, United States, and Soviet Union base called Luna already existed there.

3 – Kennedy’s Assassination

President Kennedy was assassinated after he threatened the Majestic 12 with coming forward and telling the American people the truth. He was murdered by the Secret Service agent who drove his car in the motorcade. An unmanipulated version of the Zapruder film, known as Dallas Revisited, shows this.

2 – UFOs

Many UFO research organizations, most prominently MUFON, are under the complete control of the Illuminati Secret Government, which uses them to spread disinformation.

1 – New World Order
Despite the fact that the human race is in intimate contact with an alien race, the government is planning to use the media to propagate a false flag alien encounter for the purposes of cementing the New World Order. It is possible that the entire alien presence is a hoax perpetrated by the Secret Government in order to create a singular global enemy and forge a one world government.



In June of 2001, Cooper predicted the attacks on the World Trade Center. He also predicted it would be blamed on Osama Bin Laden.

Turns out this one wasn’t so crazy, which makes you wonder about the others…

The first 10 are from one chapter of Behold a Pale Horse. Other chapters offer a bit more clarity on the Majestic 12 and the structure of some of the alleged secret societies pulling the strings. The book also contains an appendix that offers a variety of supporting documents. The Ghost Diaries neither endorses nor refutes any of these claims.

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  • wydok

    The guy was a nutcase, a fraud, and, ultimately assaulted officers trying to execute a 3 year old warrant. Nutjobs assume Cooper was killed because he knew about 9/11, ignoring the fact that the was wanted since 1998. His UFO proof is all plagiarized, and his Dallas Revisited video is fake.

    • over the moon

      All those claims may be true, but it still doesn’t diminish the fact that he pretty much predicted 9/11, nor does it take away from Behold a Pale Horse being an interesting book to read. The article is not a tribute to Cooper, it’s what the title says it is. Some claims he made.

      • wydok

        Actually, on June 28, 2001, Cooper talked on his radio show about a news report that came out on the 24th from CNN saying Bin Laden vowed to attack the US and Israel. All Cooper did was change that to say the attack would be by the NWO and they would frame Bin Laden.

        • over the moon

          And you’re certain he was wrong?

          • wydok

            Whether or not you believe 9/11 was an inside job, the point is that Cooper was reiterating information broadcasted by another media outlet three days earlier. That’s not a prediction.

          • over the moon

            We’re getting into semantics now–he was broadcasting it because he heard it and obviously believed it. In the days before the inane Alex Jones echo chamber of fringe media, I still think that qualifies as a prediction.

          • John H

            you’re a jerk. you think you’re so intelligent, belittling people who are 10 times the man you are.
            drink your flouride as you mock from your sofa.
            you will be a serf in the new order, clownboy.
            Alex Jones is a hero. Not perfect, but a patriot and a hero.
            You understand nothing. You are a coward.

          • Neville B.

            You sound like a paid troll from alex jones website. he is just a panic creator, sensationalizing news stories and making mad money from it. I am not defaming him as I am sure he has put much stuff out there and informed many people about things like flouride, NWO, etc…but I wouldn’t follow anyone blindly and call another person names beause they have their opinion as well. You should hear jones’s broadcast during the y2k scam…He made it sound like the end of the world as it was happening (it was amusing to say the least). As you said yourself, no one is perfect.

          • wydok

            If I were a paid troll, I should be fired for wasting time on this site.

            And Alex Jones is worse than this dude. Way worse.

          • Wolfdriven

            Alex jones is a shill……. Smell the bacon….

            The elite is smarter than you think.

          • over the moon

            Also, whether or not he originated the idea, it’s still a pretty bold assertion to be making…..I’m not cheerleading Cooper. Simply reporting what he reported.

    • Wolfdriven

      You’re a fraud.

    • Wolfdriven

      Did you read what he said in the pic above? before calling him a nutcase? the guy was practically in the fucking devils office when he found the plans for the rapage of the world, and you’re crying your fuckin eyes out “waaaa waaaa he’s a liar! he’s a fake! waaaaa!!!!” go kill yourself kiddo

      • wydok

        Yes, I read the article and the picture. “E.T is a representation of an actual extraterrestrial visitation”. You find that credible? The NSA was formed to talk to aliens? “His Omnipotent Highness Krlll”? A moonbase? You actually believe any of that? Just because this guy says he was in somebody’s office and saw a document, you believe him? Why? He’s got no reason to lie… besides to sell a book and get advertisers for his radio show.

        People believe what they want to believe. The hear someone like this Cooper and latch on to his theories because it’s better to believe in a Boogie Man like the NWO and aliens than it is to accept that fact that HIV is a naturally occurring disease and that 20 terrorists can kill thousands of people.

        • Wolfdriven

          He didn’t say he was in an office! you retarded drone this is not about worshiping what a guy says or believing everything a guy says…. it’s about trying to understand and research what people know about certain things, cooper went back on his words so many times and came clean about some of the info he researched, he didn’t believe aliens were real nor the ufo’s he said that many times… people like you have an ego problem where you believe that info doesn’t come from a fucking AUTHORITY then it’s bullshit and just some nutcase who is just trying to make money or occupy his time with some wacky hobby.

          You’re confusing Cooper with Alex jones and David icke… who are both shills… who are connected to establishments like RT news and all the other false info that the elite have organised… It’s reality is BIGGER than you think, it’s not about fishing, baking, watching football, playing with kittens and cute animals or reading about stupid human bullshit that meaningless people create. There is a fucking war on and it’s not between nations! or a boogy man (terrorism) it’s about an elite who have been at it for THOUSANDS of years, they’re not just some people living life, lie your dumb ass they are the hierarchy which have created a complex reality so that retards like you will never understand. William Cooper was in the system! he was in the navy he was in EVERY place possible to find info and docu’s about EVERYTHING that’s been going on and who are you? some fat yanky cunt. shut it and get off the planet.

          • wydok

            First of all, if he did go back on what he said about aliens, what makes anything he says credible? How is my “believing in the authority” (who says I do) any different than believing somebody else?

            Second, how does ANY OF THIS this relate to my original argument, which was that Cooper did NOT predict 9/11. He responded to a news report from 4 days earlier. That was my actual original argument. Cooper did NOT predict 9/11, and he wasn’t killed for it, either.