Adamski The Movie: Life of 1950s Flying Saucer Contactee Heading for Big Screen - YouTube
Plans for a Hollywood version of the life and times of 1950s flying saucer contactee George Adamski are underway in 2017.
Adamski Foundation Director, Glenn Steckling, has revealed he is currently in discussions with unnamed parties in Los Angeles, who are interested in bringing the true facts about Adamski to cinema audiences worldwide
I've thought that a biography movie about him might be nice. I've even thought a bit about how some of it might go.
It might start with GA riding in a flying saucer above Los Angeles, chatting amiably with his ET friends, and looking at the constellations of stars above and the constellations of city lights below. Then his birth in Bydgoszcz, Poland, then Bromberg, Germany, in 1891. His family soon emigrated to the United States, settling down in Dunkirk, NY. His family's poverty forced him to curtail his formal education, and when he grew up, he enlisted in the US Army. He served on the Mexican border, and over the 1920's, he did a variety of jobs. In the early 1930's, he settled down in southern California and got involved in its alternative-religion scene. He founded an alternative-religion study group called the Royal Order of Tibet, allegedly channeling ascended Tibetan masters. He even wanted to found a monastery, and the movie could include some video of his plans.
The ROoT was never very successful, and he and some of his followers moved to the slopes of Mt. Palomar, home of that famous observatory. After trying farming, they ran a roadside diner, and GA had his first contacts during this time. His first one was in the southern California desert, and he got some of his followers to drive him there. They saw a big cigar-shaped spaceship, or so it seemed, and GA went into the hills and met Orthon, an angelic-looking gentleman with long blond hair and wearing a dark brown jumpsuit. His flying saucer was nearby. They then conversed about a lot of things with gestures and telepathy. Like Orthon warning about how horribly destructive nuclear bombs are. At the end, Orthon went aboard his flying saucer and flew off.
Then another encounter. This time, GA went to a Los Angeles hotel, and he found two gentlemen who seemed to know who he is. He went into their car, and they drove off into the desert. They met Orthon and his flying saucer, left their car behind, and flew off in it. They soon saw a huge cigar-shaped mothership, and went aboard that spaceship. After going past machinery and a control room, they arrived in a lounge, where some very angelic-looking crewwomen were waiting for them. They had some very nice conversation before GA had to go some hours later.
GA made some more such trips, and he became very famous. Famous enough to go on a world tour, complete with meeting Queen Juliana of the Netherlands. He became rather erratic in his later years, once thinking of doing some fortunetelling and once claiming to have gone on a trip to Saturn. The latter was almost too much for some of his followers. He died in 1965.