Of all the people who have claimed direct knowledge of US government clandestine activities, few are more intriguing than a self-styled Patriot named Phil Schneider.
Do not be surprised if this name is unfamiliar to you. After only two years, in the mid-1990s, giving federal black ops whistle-blowing lectures around the country, Schneider died, an unsung hero – if his testimony is to be believed.
The story of Phil Schneider’s life, as he told it in his lectures, is nothing short of incredible. Yet, he speaks convincingly – and earnestly – about the experiences that, ultimately, led to his death.
Philip Schneider was born on April 23, 1947 at Bethesda Navy Hospital. His father Oscar, a US Navy Captain, worked with nuclear energy, including Operation Crossroads, which tested nuclear weapons by blowing up the Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean. Schneider said his father was also part of the grisly 1943 Philadelphia Experiment, where the US Navy destroyer escort USS Eldridge was claimed to have been rendered invisible (or “cloaked”) to enemy devices, using theories developed by Nikola Tesla. When it decloaked, crew members who had dematerialized along with the ship, rematerialized dead, some with parts of their bodies embedded in bulkheads or other solid objects.
A trained geologist and structural engineer, Schneider began collecting interesting rocks as a boy. He told the story of going with his dad to visit a colleague who was working on reverse engineering UFOs. This man showed the eager young mineral enthusiast samples of a substance that had congealed on the test pad, after dripping from a hovering UFO. Schneider asked his dad’s friend if he could have one for his collection – and kept it for the rest of his life.
According to Schneider, scientific analysis showed that this strange rock was composed of both terrestrial and non-terrestrial elements. He collected hundreds of strange rocks in his career. Schneider displayed some of his oddities at his lectures, and invited audience members to examine them closely – along with some of the hundreds of UFO test photos, given to Schneider by his father, which Schneider had recovered from federal government seizure.
By his own account, Schneider helped build Deep Underground Military Bases (DUMBs). At a time when the federal government denied such facilities existed, Schneider claimed he had personally worked on 13 of a total 129 multi-level cavernous underground complexes.
The most astonishing story Schneider told happened in 1979. At the time, Schneider was a government contractor who worked for Morrison-Knudsen, Inc. He was part of a team building an addition to the DUMB at Dulce, New Mexico. Schneider said it took him awhile to get over the shock of seeing alien grays at work side by side with human Americans.
The project had drilled four holes in the desert that were to be linked together with tunnels. Schneider’s job was to go down the holes first, in a mining elevator, check the rock samples, and recommend the explosives to use on the particular rock.
One detonation blasted through the top of a large artificial cavern, releasing foul-smelling gases which should not have been there. The project leaders were concerned and curious, so they sent Schneider down a mining elevator to check it out.
In this lectures, Schneider said he looked around and spotted a tall, gray alien. He said he felt menaced, and panicked. He drew his Walter PPK pistol and opened fire. More aliens came running onto the scene. One of them waved its hand in front of its torso, and a blue-beamed energy weapon hit Schneider in the chest. The lightning-like blast “literally opened me up like a fish, burnt my fingers right off of me…burned all my toenails off of me, completely crispy-crittered my left foot, burnt the shoe right off of me.” Schneider said he killed two of them: “Yes, they are mortal and they do die.”
Schneider credits his life to a Green Beret who was right behind him. Schneider fell, in a semi-conscious state, but this brave man hoisted Schneider back into in the elevator basket. The injured Schneider was raised to safety and got medical treatment for his wounds. The Green Beret lost his life protecting another’s, the ultimate sacrifice.
When the “Battle of Dulce” was over, 67 contract workers and military personnel, along with several aliens, died. Schneider was one of only three people to survive. In his lectures, Schneider showed the scars on his chest. He believed his cancer was caused by radiation from the alien weapon.
Once Schneider had proof positive that aliens exist, that our government knows about them, and is covering up this world-changing Truth, he quit his job. One of his friends convinced him to book some speaking halls and tell his story to the general public. That friend was Al Bielek, a crew member onboard the Eldridge, who claims he time-traveled and lived two years in 2749 before returning to 1943.
The Grenada Treaty allegedly gave humans ET high technology in exchange for alien bases on earth, plus animal subjects (including humans) for alien genetic experiments. Under the agreement, the ETs were supposed to limit the number of humans abducted, and report regularly the names of all those taken to the federal government.
But, as we know from the mysterious birthday card received by “high strangeness” research Linda Moulton-Howe, “Ebens [ETs] lie.”
The aliens broke the treaty, and abducted thousands of people without reporting back to the government. This is why there was a significant rise in reported alien abductions during the 1980s.
In his last public appearances, Schneider recounted several murder attempts by “men in black suits in black cars.” In one instance, he survived having the lug nuts removed from one of the front wheels of his car. Schneider called the Willsonville, Oregon Sheriff to escort a threatening federal agent from his home.
One theme that prevailed throughout Schneider’s lectures was a warning to Us the People that the democracy he loved no longer existed. The shadow government, which both Presidents John Kennedy and Ike Eisenhower identified as threats to American freedoms, was succeeding in creating their own covert power structure. Their objective is to impose their world view – the New World Order – on the rest of us, whether we agree or even like it.
Schneider told his audiences that 11 of his best friends (with insider military information) had been murdered in the last 22 years, eight of whose deaths had been officially explained as suicides.
Schneider stated publicly his days were numbered because he had physical evidence of the existence of UFOs, extraterrestrials, and government lies and cover-ups. He predicted that the CIA would continue attempts to murder him until they succeeded. Schneider told his listeners that he was not suicidal.
“If I ever ‘commit suicide’,” Schneider told a close friend, “I’ll have been murdered.”
On January 17th, 1996, Phil Schneider was found, having been dead several days, with his own catheter wrapped around his neck. The coroner’s ruling was suicide.