A few minutes later another, smaller craft appeared, and glided between two mountains which were ahead of Adamski. As he watched he noticed what he thought was a man beckoning him from about 400 metres away. But as he was about to find out, this was no ordinary man.
Adamski was born in 1891 in Poland, to parents who possessed an unusual and deeply religious approach to the wonders of creation, we are told in a biographical sketch (by Charlotte Blodget) appended to Inside the Space Ships. Two years later the family immigrated to America; and
George was raised in Dunkirk, New York, in modest circumstances. At an early age he dropped out of school. Yet Adamski had begun a regimen of self-education that would continue throughout his life. Already he knew that to learn about nature's laws would be the enduring quest of his life, and that his aim in acquiring that knowledge would be to serve Mankind. No doubt he was a familiar figure at the public library in Dunkirk, and in subsequent places of residence. At 22 Adamski joined the Army, serving with a cavalry regiment on the Mexican border. And towards the end of his enlistment, in 1917, he married.
What little is known of his activities during the next decade comes from his FBI file. During this period Adamski moved about the Western states in search of work. He served as a maintenance worker in Yellowstone National Park; a laborer in an Oregon flour mill; a concrete contractor in Los Angeles. According to that biographical sketch, his travels and variety of jobs gave Adamski an insight into the ways and problems of his fellow man. Adamski worked hard on these jobs. Yet his mind was always active. He was an eager and energetic student, in the university of the world.
Finally, the teacher emerged; and in1926 Professor Adamski (as he billed himself in his pre-contactee days) began to teach philosophy in Los Angeles. His students were anyone who cared to listen to the impromptu lectures of a sidewalk philosopher. A few years later, in nearby Laguna Beach, he founded the Royal Order of Tibet. The Royal Order met in a building called the Temple of Scientific Philosophy. There the professor expounded upon the mysteries of Universal Law, to seekers of esoteric knowledge. And he traveled about California, New Mexico, and Arizona, giving lectures in behalf of the Royal Order. These early lectures Adamski would describe as philosophical talks on the laws of life from a universal concept.
What were his qualifications for this lofty calling? Adamski would claim to have lived and studied in Tibet. In any event, he had mastered (from whatever sources, in that university of the world) a vague body of generic wisdom and philosophy. (His teachings contain little that is specifically Eastern.) This knowledge he communicated via lectures, informal discussions, and self-published tracts and booklets. One of the booklets, published in 1936, was Questions and Answers by the Royal Order of Tibet, as compiled
by Professor G. Adamski. The work was intended, declared its author, to enlighten the student or seeker of truth, and to aid him in awakening from the dream-life to the reality which leads to Mastery.
One day a student presented him with a six-inch reflecting telescope; and Adamski began to explore, and to photograph, the heavens.
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