Roswell’s Final Witness
The first novel of the Caesar Rising series from Michael Muxworthy is almost complete.
The alien UFO crash at Roswell in 1947 is the backdrop for the first novel of the Caesar Rising series, Roswell’s Final Witness. Honestly, I had never considered the prospect of seriously writing before, but a fateful encounter with a world-famous American hero and adventurer has left me in no doubt . . . we are not alone. I am now not only convinced that intelligent alien species have previously visited our Earth, I now realize that there are dangerous unintended consequences of past alien contact that we must soon face. The first novel of the Caesar Rising series is a warning to the world; one that must be heard.
Roswell’s Final Witness is a journey of discovery . . . my own. When I was recently approached by someone claiming to have witnessed the actual alien encounter at Roswell in 1947, I wasn’t surprised in the slightest. I have a long history of looking into the alien and UFO questions. I am often approached by people with incredible tales and amazing theories given the “tag” I promote – “Alien investigations . . . of the third kind.”
The testimony from this new witness to the Roswell alien incident claimed that a second, never officially recorded, Roswell alien crash site was attended by eight witnesses. He says that two of three aliens survived the crash initially, however, a second alien died before an alien rescue spaceship could arrive.
I must admit, I was skeptical at first. However, my investigations fully support the credibility of the witness to the Roswell alien UFO incident. I can confirm:
- He was a 17-year-old Air Force cadet in 1947, stationed at the Roswell Army Airfield Base with the 509th Bombardment Group Very Heavy;
- He was born and raised in Roswell. His family home was less than 10 miles from the original crash site;
- He knew the family well that were living on the property where the alien crash occurred;
- He is a world-famous American hero and household name; and gave genuine, valid and powerful reasons for keeping the incident secret for the past 70 years;
- He also provided powerful reasons for changing his mind and not allowing the truth about the alien encounter at Roswell die with him.
Why did the Roswell witness keep the alien encounter a secret until now?
This question is at the heart of the conflict I felt when deciding to write Roswell’s Final Witness. The Roswell witness believes that there will be terrible and dangerous consequences that come from revealing knowledge of advanced alien species. He had always believed that maintaining the secrecy around the actual events of the alien UFO encounter at Roswell in 1947 was necessary for the sake of our very survival. He was wrong.
The difficult decision to keep the alien UFO encounter at Roswell a secret was agreed upon by the eight witnesses to the encounter only after considerable communication with the final surviving alien. The alien communications are revealed in-depth in the soon to be released first novel of the Caesar Rising series, Roswell’s Final Witness.
What I can reveal here is that the alien convinced the witnesses that the unintended meeting between our two cultures threatened our chances of survival. We soon face a trial of evolution that is a necessary step on the evolutionary pathway to the “Spiritual Age”. All advanced and self-aware species that reach the threshold of the spiritual age must face this dangerous and destructive trial alone. Interference from well-meaning advanced alien species that have already survived the trial has always resulted in catastrophic outcomes. They will not contact us, nor reveal themselves in any way until we have negotiated the dangers of Armageddon.
How did they cover up the Roswell alien encounter? Six of the eight witnesses to the Roswell encounter were serving military men, including a Major and two Colonels. Their efforts of concealing the encounter were imaginative and effective and they are described in detail in Roswell’s Final Witness.
Extract from Roswell’s Final Witness:
‘Earlier that morning I’d met discreetly with Major Baker. He gave me pieces of a high-tech weather balloon to pass onto Con. Con came well prepared; he wrapped the pieces reverently in an old blanket he’d brought with him. Then, before he walked into the radio station, he put on a huge pair of gumboots, an over-sized yellow raincoat and hat, and an old pair of gardening gloves.
“Stand back” he yelled, “stand back”, as he entered the radio station holding the blanket cautiously well out in front of him. Everyone stood well back, fearful of the contents. Con refused to unwrap the blanket until they were “live on air”. It was too dangerous to be exposed to the contents for prolonged periods,” or so he claimed. Before the final unwrapping, Con removed a pair of safety goggles from the pocket of his raincoat and carefully put them on making sure their fit was perfect. The radio announcer was very nervous. He moved as far away as possible and towards the exit. The anticipation, the buildup, the . . . absolute silence as those that were present realizedwhat they were looking at. Ha ha. Rubber and balsa wood. Plain old Rubber and balsa wood.
‘Admittedly, the balsa wood did carry some rather odd markings. We never did figure out what they were. But that was the death of the hype in the media. It was a sudden and, for the radio station, very painful death.’