Dear friends and associates;
I have some very sad news to share with you all.
I received word from Peter Moon today that our good friend George Dickson has passed away. He was a great friend to me, as well as philosopher, explorer and paranormal researcher. His passing represents a great loss for all of us. I had called his family today and gave my condolences to his wife Linda.
I had known George since the nineties when I first met him at the Eyes of Learning. He had giving an awesome lecture that night and I believe that’s when he took a direct interest in me and what I was doing with my own work.
What started out as his involvement with the original Montauk Project evolved by leaps and bounds over the years into a quest for knowledge and wisdom as well as a fiery passion for the Mayan legacy and its prophecies, evident in his ongoing Friday night radio broadcasts on the L.A. STEEL SHOW on BlogTalkRadio.
It was George himself who recently got me onboard to team up with both himself and Peter Moon to go after the JOHN FORD INITIATIVE to free John Ford. It was George who, in a recent interview on the L.A. STEEL SHOW, had stated on the air as to how impressed and happy he was to see all the progress I had made with the initiative itself.
I had always imagined that he would be there right to the end to see the fruits of our labors come to fruition. I can only hope that his spirit will be watching over us as we continue on without him. I will miss him very much. I am missing his wise and gentle voice already.
In all sincerity,
Begin forwarded message:
From: Sky Books
Date: June 15, 2012 8:33:43 AM MDT
To: John Ford
Subject: George Dickson has passed away
Reply-To: Sky Books
Rick – please notify any you know and include on your website. Also, tell John Ford if you talk to him.
I just received news that George Dickson passed away yesterday. He was identified as “Mr. X” in “Montauk Revisited” and I recently saw him for the first time in years when my Bulgarian friends visited. He was deeply involved in the Montauk scenario long before it ever became public and just recently recounted his very disturbed memories of helping to procure the technology for the Montauk Chair. George had been suffereing from different health problems over the years and his departure is not completely unexpected. One thing about him that always amazed me was that he was completely certain that he was not a body and would live on no matter what. For me to have just visited him was a very nice way to say goodbye to someone who helped along the way. His funeral arrangement, which will be upstate, are now being arranged. Goodbye George! Thank you for all your support.
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