Al Bielek's Advocates - E-commerce and ignorance

by Golf Sierra

Before too many readers get upset after reading the following chapter, I'd like to explain my point of view here: In principle, there is nothing wrong with selling books, CDs, gadgets such as alternative healing, free / pyramid energy, colloidal silver etc. There is a market for this type of pseudo-scientific stuff and in the end everybody is responsible for himself and free to choose on what his money should be spent. However, I' like to make my point that the topics of time travel, mind control and conspiracies linked to aliens are covered by specialized individuals and companies, and that there is a profitable market for selling related books, CDs, DVDs and certain gadgets. TV serials like 'X-Files' did their share to create additional interest into these topics, which resulted in expandet merchandising since the mid-90ties.

Stephanie and Michael Relfe

In this final chapter of our debunking web site, I would like to draw a picture about those people supporting Bielek's claims and the reasons why they most likely do this.

I would like to start with having a closer look at Michael Relfe, Bielek's current personal promoter, who is -according to his own words - going for the copyrights of Bielek's CDs.
I was wondering, if Michael Relfe and / or his wife Stephanie would have any further connections to Al Bielek which could possibly explain Michael Relfe's engagement in supporting Al Bielek. When I completed my investigation into this matter, I ended up data showing almost a 'network' of web sites and e-commerce portals owned by the Relfe's.

Before going into the details, I'd like to stress a statement made by Michael Relfe himself in his letter to me as displayed above:

"GS: Looks like Bielek found in Relfe somebody, who tries to milk the cow as long as possible. This includes attacks on Bielek's former promoter, Michael Houtzager".
I can't be accused of "milking the cow" since I NEVER SOLD ANYTHING. As a person with over 20 years in the IT business, I only provided help as it related to computers, web, CD, etc.

This might be true (yet) speaking of selling Al Bielek's material. However, Relfe is a businessman and furthermore, he and his wife Stephanie for sure would like to add Bielek's CDs and books to their range of oddities which they already sell (why should Michael Relfe go for those copyrights if he doesn't want to sell the books and CDs himself ?).
Now, beginning with the URL mentioned by Relfe, TheMarsRecords.com I looked it up with the Google search engine. First thing I noticed was, that TheMarsRecords.com came up with an advertisement of an "Internet Store and Ecommerce Solution Provider" - BizHosting.com, which was exactly what I expected to find.

Next I was looking for the actual owner of this domain.
Using http://www.networksolutions.com/en_US/whois/index.jhtml, I found these data:

Registrant:
TheMarsRecords.com
109G Gainsborough Square
Suite 707
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320
United States

Registered through: GoDaddy.com
Domain Name: THEMARSRECORDS.COM
Created on: 04-Apr-00
Expires on: 04-Apr-06
Last Updated on: 03-Apr-04

Administrative Contact:
Relfe, Michael stephanie@relfe.com
relfe.com
109G Gainsborough Square
Suite 707
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320
United States
(248) 957-0085 Fax -- (000) 000-0000
Technical Contact:
Relfe, Michael iron_wolf@hotmail.com
relfe.com
109G Gainsborough Square
Suite 707
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320
United States
(248) 957-0085 Fax -- (000) 000-0000

Up to here, everything looks quite normal. But when checking the given address, I found out hat this is just an anonymous mail box. I had to do quite some 'back-tracking', but finally found it here: Using http://www.maildropguide.com/ I did a search for the given address and found it by clicking on the "Fast Links USA - Virginia. You can find this dummy address listed there as "Mail Boxes Etc #3905". It is the same address as listed in the registrar data for TheMarsRecords.com. It isn't that unusual using mail boxes instead of a real address, however it raises the question why the Relfe's did it this way.

On TheMarsRecords.com, you'll find two advertisements steering you to two other web sites owned by the Relfe's: The "Warning" and advice to try "this simple kinesiology technique called EMOTIONAL STRESS RELIEF" brings you to

http://www.kinesiologist.us/,

which is the main web site of Stephanie Relfe.

The second ad is located at the bottom of TheMarsRecords.com and brings you to www.metatech.org, a site 'sponsored' by www.kinesiologist.us and owned by Michael Relfe. I will come back to metatech.org later.

So, TheMarsRecords.com obviously is nothing else than a web portal, providing a 'teaser' (Mars Books for free download, which were heavily promoted on various other web sites and news groups/message boards) and links to other web sites owned by the Relfe's, where the 'important' stuff can be found.

Of course I did a search for the actual domain data of www.kinesiologist.us, and because of the .us domain, I had to use another search engine to get a result:

Domain Name: KINESIOLOGIST.US
Domain ID: D2500151-US
Sponsoring Registrar: GO DADDY SOFTWARE, INC.
Domain Status: ok
Registrant ID: GODA-01121846
Registrant Name: Michael Relfe
Registrant Organization: relfe.com
Registrant Address1: P.O. Box 2617
Registrant City: Show Low
Registrant State/Province: Arizona
Registrant Postal Code: 85902
Registrant Country: United States
Registrant Country Code: US
Registrant Phone Number: +1.2489570085
Registrant Facsimile Number: +1.0000000000
Registrant Email: iron_wolf@hotmail.com
Registrant Application Purpose: P4
Registrant Nexus Category: C21
Administrative Contact ID: GODA-21121846
Administrative Contact Name: Michael Relfe
Administrative Contact Organization: relfe.com
Administrative Contact Address1: P.O. Box 2617
Administrative Contact City: Show Low
Administrative Contact State/Province: Arizona
Administrative Contact Postal Code: 85902

On this web site, Stephanie Relfe gives advice for a better life. It appears with the same advertisement of an "Internet Store and Ecommerce Solution Provider" - BizHosting.com like TheMarsRecords.com. Not only that I'm personally not convinced about these kinds of alternative healing procedures, but Stephanie makes two remarkable statements here which are worth to 'take apart' a bit:

1. The Kinesiology Wernicke's Correction: How to remove sabotaging commands from your brain!

2. Are you a Natural Health Practitioner? EAR CANDLING is a great way to help your clients at the same time as you increase your income.

Let's take a closer look at what we have here: Stephanie Relfe even included some remarks concerning 'booby traps' placed in one's mind here, implanted by authorities using Mind Control techniques:

From here web site:

Booby traps fall into three categories:

1) Commands to die if the person remembers. Examples that I have found on people are:

"Have heart failure if you remember this"
"Have kidney failure if you remember this"
"Have a stroke if you remember this"
"Have an accident if you remember this"
"Have a brain hemorrhage if you remember this"
"Kill yourself if you remember this" (Note: the word "this" is usually, but not always, in the sentence, to keep it specific)

2) Commands to kill the person who helps them to remember (that is, you). Examples that have been found are:

"Kill the person who helps you to remember this"
"Kill the person who deprograms you"

3) Commands that relate to endangering others. The third category may not hurt anyone, but it could sure stop you from getting yourself free and cleaned up. Examples I have found on another are:

"Your family will die if you remember this"
"You put your family in danger if you tell anyone about this"

This clearly implies, that she believes in the existence of those mind control techniques a 'la Montauk Project, which closes the loop back to Al Bielek and the other promoters of the Montauk Project. Another reason why the Relfe's would like to have Al Bielek's material displayed in their catalogue.

Stepanie Relfe's other statement clearly implies that it is quite easy to make some bucks with stuff like 'Ear candling', easy for anybody obviously. This is another indication supporting my statement that because there is a market for alternative healing techniques and related stuff as well as for pseudo-scientific books, which still is a profitable business.

Now back to www.metatech.org. As I already said, this domain is owned by Michael Relfe, too:

Domain ID:D7349831-LROR
Domain Name:METATECH.ORG
Created On:19-Jun-1999 01:52:16 UTC
Last Updated On:06-Apr-2004 00:20:38 UTC
Expiration Date:19-Jun-2004 01:52:56 UTC
Sponsoring Registrar:R91-LROR
Status:OK
Registrant ID:GODA-0806556
Registrant Organization:META TECHNOLOGY
Registrant Street1:109G Gainsborough Square
Registrant Street2:Suite 707
Registrant City:Chesapeake
Registrant State/Province:Virginia
Registrant Postal Code:23320
Registrant Country:US
Registrant Phone:+1.2489570085
Registrant FAX:+1.0000000000
Registrant Email:iron_wolf@hotmail.com
Admin ID:GODA-2806556
Admin Name:Michael Relfe
Admin Organization:relfe.com
Admin Street1:109G Gainsborough Square
Admin Street2:Suite 707
Admin City:Chesapeake
Admin State/Province:Virginia
Admin Postal Code:23320
Admin Country:US
Admin Phone:+1.2489570085
Admin Email:stephanie@relfe.com

The same anonymous mail box as for TheMarsRecords.com has been used here. The content of Metatech.org is a mix of the usual articles and book announcements about Reptilian and Alien Encounters, Mind Control stuff, Area 51, Illuminati, implants etc. that one can find on certain other web pages of 'the scene', too. And - of course - you will find direct links to the Wingmakers (Sylphs: Living Beings that live in our Skies), the Montauk Project and of course to Al Bielek (at the bottom of the page): "IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT AL BIELEK".

The last advertsiment on this page is - of course - a link to Stephanie Relfe's web site, which again is called a 'sponsor', however, it is obvious that http://www.kinesiologist.us/ isn't a sponsor at all, because both domains are owned by the Relfe's themselves. This ad was placed to drive more visitors to Stephanie Relfe's web site in order to bring in more potential clients and customers for her benefit.

BTW: One link points to another web site owned by Ken Adachi ("Chemtrail Buster! How You can build a Cloudbuster to Disperse Chemtrails and Improve the Weather!"). I dedicated another chapter to him as another good example of Bielek promoters.

Among the books promoted by metatech.org, one can find the infamous books by Preston Nichols and Peter Moon, "Pyramids of the Montauk" and "The Montauk Project - Experiments in Time", which indicates that the Relfe's are supporting Al Bielek's claims.

Another web site owned by the Relfe's - of course - is http://www.relfe.com/. And to make sure, this web site is owned by Michael and Stephanie Relfe, I did another search for the registrar:

Registrant:
relfe.com
P.O. Box 2617
Show Low, Arizona 85902
United States

Registered through: GoDaddy.com
Domain Name: RELFE.COM
Created on: 03-Apr-00
Expires on: 03-Apr-06
Last Updated on: 03-Apr-04

Administrative Contact:
Relfe, Michael iron_wolf@hotmail.com
relfe.com
P.O. Box 2617
Show Low, Arizona 85902
United States
(248) 957-0085 Fax -- (000) 000-0000
Technical Contact:
Relfe, Michael iron_wolf@hotmail.com
relfe.com
P.O. Box 2617
Show Low, Arizona 85902
United States
(248) 957-0085 Fax -- (000) 000-0000

It's plain to see that Relfe.com definitely is a web portal for selling a huge bandwith of stuff to provide 'Health, Wealth & Happiness' (but only for the Relfe's). It is his name listed as Admin contact, not the name of his wife. Noteworthy as well is the disclaimer at the bottom of this page. Despite the site's motto is 'Health, Wealth & Happiness', the disclaimer text shows what it is really about:

"DISCLAIMER: These products have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. It is provided for informational use only and is not intended to replace the advice of a licensed professional. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, disorder, pain, injury, deformity, or physical or mental condition."

Means: "Please buy this stuff and make US healthy, wealthy and happy, but we recommend not to really use any of the products listed here, because it might be no good for your health." For example: The book 'Ear candling' by Anne Tatum definitely is "intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent" certain diseases, despite the disclaimer states the opposite.

To make a commercial web site complete, a full page with ordering information is available. They even accept credit cards and PayPal.

Why I'm going into detail with this matter ? As I said, I'd like to paint a picture about the mindset of people running such web sites, as there are quite some of them, some of them even promoting Al Bielek and the products sold there are not limited to health care, but are covering the complex of the Philadelphia Experiment and the Montauk Project, too, which then links those web sites up with Al Bielek's claims and how Bielek's material as book or CD are sold to the market. Believe me, there IS a market for this topic, that is why companies like Sky Books are still selling books about the PX and Montauk and Michael Houtzager created his web portal for selling his Bielek CDs.

I would like to add one more domain to this list, that is http://www.2012.com.au/mars.html. Although the registrar's data don't show neither Stephanie nor Michael Relfe as the owner of this domain

Domain Name: 2012.com.au
Last Modified: 16-Nov-2002 15
Registrar ID: R00010-AR
Registrar Name: Melbourne IT
Status: OK
Registrant: 2012 Unlimited
Registrant ID: OTHER None given
Registrant ROID: C0001036-AR
Registrant Contact Name: THE MANAGER
Registrant Email: 2012@tassie.net.au
Tech ID: C0001038-AR
Tech Name: Peter Lawler
Tech Email: aunic_handles@six-by-nine.com.au

There is a strong connection because of the fact that Stephanie Relfe is of Australian origin and the copyright (2000) of The Mars Records is displayed on this site. If you go to the "Updates"-page, you'll see the same variety of topics like on metachtech.org.

On this Australian web site, one can find as well links to Swerdlow and Al Bielek & Preston Nichols.

Conclusion:

Stephanie and Michael Relfe for sure do have a solid interest in supporting Al Bielek and gaining control over his copyrights. It would allow them to earn their share of profit going hand in hand with marketing Al Bielek's story, his CDs and 'underground Videos'. It would be a 'nice-to-have' and a valuable add-on to their range of products.

Again, there basically is nothing wrong with doing so, except that in this particular case everybody should know, that they are selling nice bedtime stories, despite Al Bielek still claims, that his story is absolutely true. And that is what I won't accept without fighting it.

Part III: Ken Adachi



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