Ufologist and paranormal speaker, writer and photographer
Andrew Hennessey, Ufologist and Paranormal researcher from Edinburgh, Scotland has been researching this subject from 1980, a member of the Theosophical Society for 20 years, he ran a discussion group in Edinburgh called the Transformation Studies Group from 1996-2000.
Interested in the ‘Close Encounter’ phenomenon from a very early age, he has an interest in folklore, myth and ancient archaeology.
He has appeared in various media e.g. the Discovery Channel, Paranormal Magazine, Jeff Rense - American coast to coast, Nightsearch internet radio, Aglobalfocus, BBC Uncanny Edinburgh project and today operates the Stargate Edinburgh Tour.
His campaign for the human rights of alien abductees called Xenopolitics began in 2007 as a dialog with that part of the exopolitics movement that thought that 'all aliens were good' - despite evidence to the contrary.
A Paranormal photographer, researcher and archivist, he is listed in a LaFayette ‘Who’s Who’ of Ufology and features on the Jean Le Climont Trust’s ‘Dissident Scientist list’ for his ideas on Cosmology.
Andrew operates the Stargate Edinburgh Tour and has unique insight into the ‘Deep Black’ Stargate program operated by US Corporations in the 1970’s called ‘the American Deep Space Platform’.
Andrew is also a Scottish composer and theatre writer having produced shows for the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival. He plays both Scottish contemporary and traditional fiddle and also specialises in Scottish dancing and has recordings in various genres including; Celtic, Country and Electronica.
THE SCOTTISH ANDREWVERSE
Ceilidh musician and man of dance
Investigator of paranormal circumstance
Composer of art and pictures and tunes
And researcher of old Scottish stones and runes
Cosmic conundrums and landing on the Moon ...
Here are some very kind words written by Bart 'aka' ATS Deck about my Internet contributions ...
Hennessey's experiences, which are backed by personal experiences of contact, as well as photographic and video evidence, combined with his own research is very well articulated in his writings. His intelligent, grounded, thorough and humorous theses on these subjects goes a very long way in clarifying, updating, and filling in the blanks to our experiences as a race.
Hennessey may not be the first to really accurately and honestly describe our cosmic dilemma, but his perspective on the subject is sorely lacking in the field. In fact, Hennessey hits it out of the park as far as his description of our current cosmic dilemma.
There's so much that can be said for Hennessey's perspective, and his writing. His compassion, intelligence and sense of humor clearly comes through, and his expression is often poetic.
In the end, despite all of his experiences and exposure to the truly darkest and most bizarre aspects of our life on this planet, it seems Hennessey comes to a position of affirmation; that there is indeed light at work on this planet, and a change is indeed occurring.
These elements come together to create a very satisfactory reading experience, which hasn't been proferred in this manner on these subjects before. It's very refreshing to see this.
I am grateful to have discovered him; another positive reflection of myself, and fellow journeyman. [Bart, ATS Deck, Forum Moderator, 2010]