George Hunt Williamson was born on December 9, 1926 and died in January 1986, under the name Michel d'Obrenovic.
During his adolescence he developed a passion for esotericism and, from the end of the 1940s, became interested in the testimonies of "flying saucers". He will then carry out archeology studies and prepare a doctorate in anthropology (but which he will not spend for many years).
George Hunt Williamson is known to be one of the five people present with George Adamski during his contact with the "Venusian" Orthon, in Desert Center (California), on November 24, 1952. He will observe a "cigar" in the sky , then he will distinguish, from a distance, Adamski discussing with a blond humanoid and he will see a great light at the departure of the machine. Due to his anthropology studies, he had plaster of Paris with him and it is thanks to him that the symbols appearing in Orthon's footprints will be preserved. He will also submit the photos taken of the traces to a newspaper ( The Phoenix Gazette ).
If George Hunt Williamson, and his wife, Betty Jane, gravitated for some time around the "professor" Adamski (it was a title and not a diploma), he will make a whole career on his side, s' first of all interesting in ufology, before being interested in ancient civilizations by the nature of his studies.
The first part of Williamson's life course begins with the interest he will show for the mysterious flying saucers, invading the sky from 1947, then for extraterrestrial life.
Thus, after the contact at Desert Center, Williamson will distance himself from Adamski, without the reason being known, to stand on his own feet.
In 1953, GH Williamson met, during a visit to prison, William Dudley Pelley, a former leader of a far-right party (the Silver Shirts). If he meets him, it is not out of ideological sympathy but because Pelley claims to have had contacts by channeling since 1928 and that he will write two books around messages from Jesus and messages recounting the involvement of extraterrestrials on Earth, reincarnating to guide our civilizations. This theme will be taken up by Williamson in his 1956 book: Other Tongues, Other Flesh . It is in this book that, for the first time, an author will mention the thesis of the ancient astronauts, popularized later by Robert Charroux in France and Eric von Daniken in the rest of the world.
Williamson and his wife, Betty Jane, also met Dr Charles Laughead and his wife in 1954 following a lecture by Williamson. Charles Laughead was passionate about UFOs and mediumship and he will participate in the channeling sessions of GH Williamson. The influence of Pelley and Laughead will lead the Williamsons and the Baileys (a couple of six people present at Desert Center on November 26, 1952) to practice Oui-ja sessions. This technique consists of using a table, a Ouija board with letters and a “pointer” that participants point to with their fingertips. In this way, they are supposed to call the "spirits" to communicate with them using the letters on the Ouija board. Between 1952 and 1954, the Williamsons and the Baileys will thus obtain numerous messages from "extraterrestrials" from the near terrestrial suburbs: "Actar of Mercury; Adu d'Hatonn, on Andromeda; Agfa Affa of Uranus; Ankar-22 from Jupiter; Artok of Pluto; Awa from Beyond Space; Garr of Pluto; Kadar Lacu of Saturn; Karas, the “Brother of Space”; Lomech of Venus; Nah-9 of Neptune; Noro, of the "fleet of saucers"; Oara of Saturn; Ponnar of Hatoon; Regga from Mars; Ro from Torresoton; Sedat of Hatonn; Suttku from Saturn; Terra of Venus; Wan-4, from the Safanian planets; Zago de Mars and Zo de Neptune. " Lomech of Venus; Nah-9 of Neptune; Noro, of the "fleet of saucers"; Oara of Saturn; Ponnar of Hatoon; Regga from Mars; Ro from Torresoton; Sedat of Hatonn; Suttku from Saturn; Terra of Venus; Wan-4, from the Safanian planets; Zago de Mars and Zo de Neptune. " Lomech of Venus; Nah-9 of Neptune; Noro, of the "fleet of saucers"; Oara of Saturn; Ponnar of Hatoon; Regga from Mars; Ro from Torresoton; Sedat of Hatonn; Suttku from Saturn; Terra of Venus; Wan-4, from the Safanian planets; Zago de Mars and Zo de Neptune. "
A beautiful bestiary that would look great in a 1950s science fiction novel! Moreover, nothing indicates whether George Hunt Williamson was fond of this literature of the imagination, not even the very documented Michel Zirger. Of course, today, such "visitors" make people smile, both by their name and by their alleged origin, but it should be known that "spirits" (let's call them that!) Are often deceptive; as are often the "aliens" delivering their messages, especially in the 1950s and 1960s. These messages are not to be taken at face value, although sometimes a "nugget" can be found in these messages. All this explains why so many cults towards the “Space Brothers” will develop at this time.
This is why, in 1954, a book written by George Hunt Williamson and Alfred C. Bailey was released: The Saucers Speak! (The saucers speak!). In it, they recount the attempts of George Hunt Williamson, his wife and the Baileys to make contact with these "extraterrestrial" spirits. Not to speak of spiritualism (or channeling), they will rather speak of messages received thanks to a radio station (or telegraphy).
In 1958, another book devoted to ufology, written with John McCoy, was released: UFOs Confidential! The Meaning Behind the Most Closely Guarded Secret of All Time (UFOs confidential! The meaning behind the most kept secret of all time). It should be noted that in this book, George Hunt Williamson discusses the existence of two opposing factions of aliens: the good (the “reapers”) and the bad (“the intruders”). This last faction would control international banking families, which would keep the truth hidden about their presence on Earth and, therefore, at the origin of the “blackout” on UFOs.