Saturday, April 16, 2011

A Mother talks about Richard Boylan.


So, I Googled for "Psychic Children" and "Star Children" and was drawn to a site called The Dolphin Children: Angels of Earth

... There were James Twyman's 'Psychic Children', Kryon's 'Indigo Children' and Dr. Richard Boylan's 'Star Kids'.

Hold on! Now I know why I was checking out the exploitation angle. Richard Boylan, who, according to Pamela Reynolds, author of The Dolphin Children Website - which, by the way, has actual photos of a very young girl named Amelia who, apparently, is a dolphin child - also has a link to the mother's website, so, talk about exploitation.....

Dr. Boylan was recently added to the 20th Edition of the principle biographical reference of Who's Who In The World, which mentions his pioneering work in the field of UFOs and Star visitors:

"As researcher, behavioral scientist, anthropologist, author, and emeritus University Associate Professor, Dr. Boylan paves the way in providing a nurturing and exceptional educational environment for these extraordinarily gifted children.

Aside from his impressive credentials, he is a long-time friend and one of the most courageous, responsible and dedicated people I have ever known. He sets the example that - in spite of the horrific challenges he has endured for persisting in this controversial field - perseverance, dedication, and conviction has paid off. He is now invited to important conferences all over the world as a public speaker along with guest appearances on numerous radio programs....."

Great, except for one thing, Richard Boylan was stripped of all licenses to practice as a therapist because he was found guilty of gross negligence and misconduct with patients and deemed a danger to other patients. Part of his 'therapy' involved taking nude hot tubs with female patients who had had abductee experiences. Other findings of the California State Law Court were: imposing his views of space aliens into the dreams and memories of two patients and bartering nude massages in return for psychological therapy.

So, the State of California revoked his therapist's license, marriage family and child counseling license and clinical social worker license. His practice was shut down. That was back in 1995. So, why is he working with children, today, I ask, especially after being cited as encouraging young children to trust pedophiles?

I checked out Richard Boylan's official website. His 'credentials' are:

"Dr. Richard Boylan, Ph.D., MSW, M.S. Ed. Adm., B.A.Researcher, Behavioral Scientist, Exo-Anthropologist, emeritus University Associate Professor of Psychology, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist."

His site is:

"A Web Site for Presentation of Factual Research Information on UFOs and Star Visitor Contact, the Academy of Clinical Close Encounter Therapists (ACCET), and about Dr. Richard Boylan, noted researcher of the Star Visitor and Star Children phenomena, and Director of the Star Kids Project(c)."

He holds workshops called 'Helping Children Explore their ET Encounters' and are designed for those:

"...special children, and their parents, who have been touched by a heritage from the Stars. He is the Vice-President of the Academy of Clinical Close Encounter Therapists (ACCET) in America."

The five categories of membership to his 'academy', all very clinical and respectable and is a federally recognized non-profit educational organization.

How did that happen?

Why is he being allowed to work with kids?

He's tried to admonish himself by saying things like "The traumatized experiencers I counselled were... (frankly) homely, grossly obese, lesbian, poor or welfare- dependent substance-abusers." But, they seemed good enough for him to exploit.

Do I believe in the existence of Star Children? Yes, I do.

Do I believe Richard Boylan should be working with these children and their parents? No, I don't.

Do I think having photos of children and details of their experiences on web sites like Pamela Reynold's The Dolphin Children... Angels of Earth is in the best interest of these Star or Dolphin or Indigo children? No, I don't.

Do I find it disturbing that people are exposing their kids to all kinds of questionable encounters with people of questionable credentials. Yes, I do.

"Why?", you may ask.

Because I was once one of those parents.

When people are first awakening to their spirituality or psychic abilities or find out that they are contactees, or whatever, there is a tendency to do some pretty strange things. Mostly it's because we're like sponges and just want to absorb everything out there, in order to better understand what is happening to us or to our loved ones.

In my case, I did many things. One was a real zinger and it rhymes with Springer. I won't go into details, because I don't want to put my kids through anymore. All I can say is that through the grace of God, the show did not go on, even though we'd made it all the way to Chicago,

So, parents, be wary. Be discerning. Teach your children well. They'll do what they came here to do, without any extra help from the Boylans of the world.....

And that's the view from here..."