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Extraterrestrial biological entity (EBE), (short plural Ebens) is a ufology term that originated in the United States to identify the occupants of UFO incidents, namely recovered from the Roswell incident and Aztec (1948). The term “Eben” was in use as early as Paul Bennewitz in the mid-1980s.[1]

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“EBE” is not an academic term. Numerical classification of EBE, such as EBE-1, EBE-2, etc., has been used by UFO researchers to identify the first “extraterrestrial” recovered from succeeding ones. Other sources designate EBE-1 and EBE-2 as being different types of extraterrestrials. There is no established rule, as the EBE designation is not authentic.

EBE are said to have effectively communicated with US officials by use of pictographs,[2][3] or logograms.[4] They supposedly serve under a hive-mind like system (see Swarm intelligence), equated to “drones” (i.e. apoidea / bees), as indicated in Counterintelligence Assessment (1989). The report also indicates that they are at least, “incapable of sexual reproduction”.[5] CI Assessment (1989) and the Project Serpo Anonymous testimony both speak of children Ebens, who are likely lab-grown.

Bob Lazar has claimed that he witnessed nine (9) UFO craft at S-4 near Area 51 at least since 1989.[6] An insider by the alias name “Kewper” (Cooper) confirms eye-witnessing seven (7) UFO craft at Papoose S-4 in August 1958.[7] Counterintelligence Assessment (1989) also debriefs seven (7) UFO craft being in US possession. The Operation Majestic papers show that all UFO craft were recovered within a ten year time span, between the years 1947 and 1957. Among the craft, twenty-seven (27) deceased EBEs were also collected for study and analysis.[8]

MJ-12 DocumentEdit

In 1984, the "MJ-12 Document" surfaced among ufology groups. The document says that “Dr Bronk's team has suggested the term "Extra-terrestrial Biological Entities", or "EBEs", be the standard term” to refer to the UFO occupants recovered from Roswell (MJ-12, pg.3).[9]

Counterintelligence AssessmentEdit

In 2017, Counterintelligence Assessment (1989) was leaked on the world-wide-web.[3] It claims four types of EBEs: (1) Earth-like humanoids, (2) the Greys, (3) Non-humanoids, and (4) transmorphic. These “aliens of one or more advanced races of beings presumed to have originated elsewhere than on the planet Earth.”[8] This Assessment paper is likely the same “Assessment” papers that Robert O. Dean spoke of, regarding four alien groups on Earth.

In Counterintelligence Assessment, EBE-2, or the “Aztec EBE”, was recovered from the Aztec UFO incident in 1948.[10] The Aztec EBE is an Earth-like humanoid male,[11] who spoke very good English with an accent. He gave his name as Sethimus during a US interrogation that lasted over an eleventh month period. His interviews were classified as Project Aquarius, codename “Digger Command”. Selected transcripts of recorded conversations are compiled in the papers, on pages 31-37. Sethimus was temporarily moved to Los Alamos National Laboratory in 1950, then was transferred to a safe-home in Vermont.[3]

Faux footage depicts an EBE-2 interview in Alien Interview (1997).

Serpo affairEdit

A correspondence of emails appeared on the internet in 2005, known as the Serpo affair. In the Serpo releases, "Eben" was used to identify entities from Zeta Reticuli, as a name designation to describe a race of “Browns” (Greys) who live on the world Serpo.[12] Numerical classifications are not used in the initial Serpo releases; But Anonymous II does give a history of EBE-1 in Release 36. Around Wed Jun 17 04:16:17 2020, Apache had shut down the Serpo server, but is now running again.

Anonymous II describes EBE-1’s demeanor as always being docile, standing 4'3" tall, weighing 60-lbs., and maintaining body heat at 101 degrees. EBE-I wore a tight-fitting one-piece suit.[4] Anonymous II partially collaborates with Bob Lazar’s review of the briefing notes on the biology of these EBE types: having one primary organ[6]— working as a heart with lungs combined.[4] According to Milton Cooper, EBE-1’s system was chlorophyll-based. Guillermo Mendoza was assigned to monitor EBE-1’s phytoid biological functions. Around 1951, EBE-I began experiencing complications, and finally died in June 1952.[1][13]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 The Strange Story of J-Rod, An EBE, by Linda Moulton Howe
  2. Nexus Magazine, Volume 5, Number 3 - (April - May 1998), Inside Revelations of the UFO Cover-Up, by Richard Boylan
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Operation Majestic papers, Ultra Top Secret, 01 Jan 1989 (PDF)
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 serpo.org, Release 36
  5. Operation Majestic, 1989, p. 41
  6. 6.0 6.1 Bob Lazar interview 2018, hosted by Tyler Glockner
  7. Kewper's testimony can be reviewed at Linda Moulton Howe’s earthfiles.com, Radio Archives May 31, 1998 Dreamland and Coast to Coast AM
  8. 8.0 8.1 Operation Majestic, 1989, p. 10
  9. Operation Majestic 1952 briefing Eisenhower
  10. Operation Majestic (1989).
  11. Operation Majestic, 1989, p. 29
  12. serpo.org, Release 3
  13. MUFON 1989 Symposium Concerning MJ-12, from Behold a Pale Horse, by William Cooper

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