John Edmonds is an Arizona rancher whose Stardust Ranch has experienced bizarre and threatening alien invasions, and now hosts an extraordinary sanctuary for abandoned horses.
Hailing from Chicago, John Edmonds worked as a photographer in the music industry, then as a counselor, before taking up his childhood ambition to be a rancher. The property he purchased in 1996, south of Phoenix, turned out to be packed with portals, stargates, and hostile aliens. John and his wife have endured tremendous adversity during this period, facing down Zeta greys, probably connected with the US military, and other hostile ET and ED beings that regularly use this interstellar hub.
He has also encountered extraordinary benevolent beings in this time period. Among the most endearing are the horses he and his wife now care for in their Hopeful Hooves sanctuary. This interview is extraordinary, as it allows glimpses into the mind and heart of a man whose fortitude in the face of inhuman trials, and sensitivity to his animals make for an unforgettable combination of character traits.
His stories are also riveting. In this two-hour interview, John relates to Alexandra one amazing event after another. The bizarre experiences began the first day when the couple found the previous residents' belongings in the swimming pool and then encountered a man with a machete who had been living on the property "to kill the monsters". The craziness culminates in the last few months with frequent episodes of earth-shaking, loud booms, water seeping to the surface of the ranch, and the recent anomalous appearance of sea birds.
Among the most incredible stories is how Hopeful Hooves began. One day when John was himself in need of healing, a herd of horses followed him home. One good turn deserved another, and John, recognizing the therapeutic value of the horses' unconditional love, transformed his ranch. John and his wife now maintain a sanctuary for 19 horses -- previously many more -- many of whom had been abused or abandoned in the desert due to increasingly difficult economic times. Healing Hooves is a 501c3 non-profit and welcomes donations to cover the steadily rising costs of food and basic care for the horses. After listening to this interview, you may well be inspired to pitch in, as Alexandra does, with an offer to help this beautiful enterprise.
For those so inclined, please send checks to:
14700 South Tut Hill Road
Buckeye, AZ 85326
(John has had Paypal interference, so prefers checks.)
John Edmonds has two websites.
Alienranch.weebly.com deals with the alien phenomena, and includes many pictures and documentation concerning alien appearances, stargates, and a stargate "key" dropped by a Grey.
Hopefulhooves.org concerns the inspiring work John and his wife have done with the horse sanctuary.
The views and opinions expressed herein are those of person(s) interviewed and do not necessarily reflect those of Alexandra Meadors and Galactic Connection.