Author "Michael Wolf" (Kruvant) claimed he was a member of the satellite government for over 25 years, attained a very high "Above Top Secret" clearance level and worked primarily on joint ET/human scientific projects.
Prior to his death in 2000, Wolf became a celebrity among the "friendly alien" believers. He published a book, Catchers of Heaven in 1996, in which he revealed the global governments' involvement with extraterrestrials, their attempts to keep this information from the public, and the many human-like qualities of the Greys -- with whom he claims to have befriended and shared living quarters with during his work at secret bases like S1, Area 51 and the Foreign Technology Division at Wright Patterson Air Force base.
Wolf claims his disclosure of "above top secret" material was approved by the National Security Council (NSC) -- another agency for which he worked -- to "generate a controlled leak of secret (alien) information."
"I look forward to the day when the secrecy surrounding extraterrestrial contact ends so that our race can move forward to the next phase of its history -- now cosmic in scale." -- Wolf
Wolf said he had an MD in neurology; a Ph.D in theoretical physics; a BS in biogenetics; a JD in international law; and a D.Sc. in computer sciences. When journalist attempt to validate his many shocking claims, they can find no record of his attendance at a university, his degrees or any association with the military or government of the United States. The records seem to all have been earased. Wolf said this was to be expected and that such measures are common for people working in unacknowledged "special access programs" as their bosses must maintain plausible deniability in case a sensitive unauthorized disclosure occurs.
Among his achievements, while studying at MIT for his PhD in physics, Wolf claims to have discovered a new theory of wave particle duality which later developed into a neutral particle beam. Wolf commented, "I had hoped and envisioned that this technology would be used for treating cancer. Instead it was used as a weapon as part of the SDI Programme (Star Wars)."
Randomly picking one of Wolf's many other claims, he talks about working at Indian Springs and Dulce. Where for five years, "I met with extraterrestrial beings every day in my work and shared living quarters with them."
Wolf claims the aliens like many things about humans.
"They especially love our great imagination and creativity along with the ability to have profound dreams. But they would like to speed up our spiritual evolution."
Wolf never met a "Grey" whom he disliked. To him they were family. These "Greys" enjoyed hugging and kissing humans. One nicknamed them "kissey facey". Their smooth and soft bodies feel like dolphin skin to touch. He communicated with these ETs through telepathy. Wolf became especially friendly with one called Kolta. An actual photograph of this "Grey" is on the front cover of his book [right], Catchers of Heaven.
Dulce, New Mexico, where Wolf claims to have worked, is the location where it has been said that a lethal battle between underground aliens and special US forces took place when an alien "nest" was discovered while the military was constructing an underground facility. (Schnieder, et. al.)
According to Wolf, on May 1st, 1975, a "little misunderstanding" occurred between the "Greys" and humans at S4. During a demonstration of a small anti-matter reactor the head ET asked the guards, Blue Beret soldiers, to remove their rifles and bullets from the room. A safety precaution so these weapons wouldn't accidentally discharge during the energy emissions. The guards refused and in the ensuing commotion a Blue Beret opened fire and killed a "Grey". Two scientists and 41 military personnel were then terminated. One guard was allowed to live -- testifying that the "Greys" used a form of directed mental energy at them in self defense.
Wolf goes on to claim that he served as a scientific consultant for the American President and NSC on ET related matters. He was a member of MJ12 special studies group and appointed head of its leading agency -- the Alphacom Team -- which specializes in gathering information on the different ET races.
Our Star Nations Counselor, Dr. Richard Boyla [see top of previous page], reviewed Wolf's book, Catchers of Heaven and said, "I rate it the most important UFO book published to date."
But not everyone was convinced.
Michael Wolf is now dead. Still worried and annoyed by his claims, during late January 2004, UFO researcher and nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman mailed off a 1-page, 16-item questionnaire (prepared 1-26-04) to Ron Kruvant, brother of the late "Dr" Michael Wolf Kruvant, about his late brother. His brother dutifully completed the questionnaire on 2-4-04. Stan received the questionnaire back in the SASE he had provided on 2-12-04.
Without further ado, here is the questionnaire reproduced VERBATIM with NO alterations and/or editorial comments:
QUESTIONNAIRE Re: MICHAEL WOLF KRUVANT, January 26, 2004, prepared by
Stanton T Friedman (Please answer to the best of your knowledge):
1. Was Michael Wolf Kruvant your brother?
2) How much younger are you than Michael?
3) Were you in contact with Michael during most of his life?
4) Did Michael flunk out of Upsala College?
5) Did Michael ever receive a diploma from ANY college or university?
6) Did Michael ever serve in the military?
7) Did Michael ever work for the U.S. government?
8) Did Michael ever have a security clearance?
9) Was Michael ever married?
10) Did Michael ever father a child?
11) Was Michael a homosexual?
12) Did Michael ever have a major full-time job for more than a week
making more than $8,000/year?
HE WORKED A TOTAL OF TWO (2) DAYS IN HIS LIFETIME.
13) Did Michael ever spend time in various mental hospitals?
14) Did you inform Dr Richard Boylan of the answers to most of the above
YES, AND BOYLAN SAID I WAS LYING.
15) Was Michael's only income in the last years of his life from Social
Security and your mother's payment of $300/month to help him out?
16) Do you know of ANY meetings between Michael and U.S presidents?
OTHER COMMENTS: "Michael had a need to FABRICATE his ENTIRE life. I watched his life destroyed by FEAR, parental abuse -- both psychologically and physically -- and through the use of alcohol and drugs. He became incapable of human emotion."
Signature: Ron Kruvant (signed) 2/4/04
ADDENDUM: "He was intelligent and at an early age, he became adept at LYING. This continued THROUGHOUT HIS LIFE. He was subject to schizophrenia and delusions of GRANDEUR."