From The Stavrosian Library Archives
You will find here, excerpts from the Stavrosian Library; short stories of past lives of members of the Stavrosian Family. These are short stories of lives lived on this planet that became their home back in the 1800s when they became stranded on Earth. They are living along side those considered “normal” humans; (of course those who have researched information on ancient aliens might really feel the urge to say “those who came long before”), with many, if not most, now as hybrids with the remnants of the original family DNA.
Read their stories, their memories of their lives, some extraordinary with their accomplishments and contributions to life here on Earth.
Perry Spencer, Inventor of the Microwave Oven.
“The next time you microwave your dinner or just a bag of popcorn, remember it as the collaboration of ideas between two men; one of Earth, the other a son of the Stavrosian people.”
Founder of the Brazilian group of Stavrosian Families
Nicholas Papalis, born 1862, Greece. He died as Neto, with three sons in Brazil. One son took over the family shop. The two older sons went out into the world to find their way. One son came to America to follow his dream of Theater. The older son spent his life as a Doctor in Africa, where it’s believed he died.
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Sergeant (Sgt.) Marco Polowsky of the Polish Army came up through the ranks. His military prowess during the German invasion had made Marco a well-
Robert Castillo, born in Arborea, Sardinia, also known as Vacilis Colliestos started a Stavrosian Family group and held an Argentine First Life Celebration. Families still hold the celebration each year in June. They honor Roberto Castillo as the founder of their group.
Emanuel Glaroies, born In 1822 on the island of Ikaria. His family lived among the Greek Jews of their community. Emanuel's father was one of the original Stavrosians that arrived in 1800.
He changed his name to Samuel Glarman and later to Samuel Gillman. Family moved to New York
The Great Hide
The Stavrosian Guard (S.G.) performs a late-
Vasilie Stavros, Bill Star, Starr, Starre
Bluefield West Virgina, Bluffton, South Carolina
“In the dark of night, the boat was rammed by a pod of whales. The ship sank fast, Bill did not survive. The men that made it back reported rough water and whales were why they sank. Bill was never recovered, each year he is remembered during a "First Life Celebration " held at Oyster Bay.”
Dr. Thomas Petsakies -
“Thomas and Robert (Oppenheimer) spent many hours talking about what new technology would uncover next. On a warm July day 1947 Thomas told Robert about Stavros and the hybrid people. Robert was not as surprised as Thomas felt he would be. The two men discussed what could be done to share each other’s technical knowledge.
The new Atomic era could have played a big part in helping the world. Sadly, its use is mostly military. There are some power plants used to create electric power. Not much more has been done with this knowledge. Thomas Petsakies had suggested that this form of power could be used to develop a man-
S.G.L. Investigator George Bancroft was on a mission to research a story about an area called Bridgewater, Massachusetts.
It was in 1955 when the story came out of a possible alien encounter. The S.G.L. will investigate such events in hopes it will find useful technology.
Samatrides – Shmitkomen – For the Republic
In WWII a small country of northern Europe found itself steeped in a war with Germany. The date was June 1942. The political leaders in Estonia had a secret meeting. These men once worked with the occupying Russian Army. That was before the German army took over Estonia. They were now forming a secret Government. It was an attempt to hold onto the illusion that they could hang onto their Republic.
By 1944 the German security agencies had arrested most of the men. The men of the organized resistance had escaped arrest. Two of these men were Karrel and Hugo Shmitkomen, born in 1902.
Brian Higley and Huber Von Hoffman were two S.G.L. security team members. Brian Higley of the London office was assigned to investigate what knowledge the British Government's Ministry of Defense, Nick Pope, had on Alien presence in England. The German office of the S.G.L. assigned Huber Von Hoffman to keep an ongoing surveillance of Pope's research as well as any important findings.
In 1950 Iosif Papanov, born 1910, arrived in Fairbanks Alaska to become a gold miner. Iosif was 40 years old. He already had a life as a Russian coal miner. He left his home on Spitsbergen Island of Norway where he, his father and grandfather worked. Life was hard at Grumant coal mine, yet it was where they made a living.
Giorgio Abetti, Astronomer
Giorgio Abetti, 1882-
Jessie kept a simple life. He worked as a steel worker and was a member of the United Steel Workers Union. He loved the outdoors spending many great hours in the fields. His grandfather had last registered the family in 1940. Jessie however refused to do so in hopes to protect his children. He had been contacted by the S.G.L. trying to get him to reregister. Yet Jessie stood firm on the old ways of anonymity. Throughout his life he kept well the secret, as well as his Stavrosian identity.
To search on this page only: On a PC-
Diamond Hunters -
1965 Ghana, Africa. Two diamond hunters were exploring the area for what they called the Orb viewer activation crystal believed necessary to operate the star chart viewer. Theodore O'Bryan with Jordan Knoxs were on assignment from the S.G.L. to locate this perfect diamond, if it was at all possible to do. No one knew if it could be done. But, if it was, the S.G.L. could reactivate a viewer in their position.
Joseph Carney, in 1968 -
Born in Kentucky in 1929 to a Stavrosian family, he was told the secret when he turned 20 years old in 1949. As he grew up it was a plan to see if Joseph was a Warrior Spirit. His first action in combat was during the Korean conflict as a Marine. He went by a different name then…
Jack (Papalas) took apart the solid-
Jack was born to a Stavrosian family -
Warriors of Israel -
An Armistice was signed in mid-
Jewish Americans sent money and supplies to help in the fight. Some went on their own to join in the fight. One such man was named Michael Gillman, a third generation Stavrosian that took on the identity to be Jewish. He lived in New York from 1924 to 1949. That 25 years was spent as a dock worker. He was born in 1894, in Germany. For thirty years, Michael worked on a farm. He was called Michael Hoffman then. He changed his name when he came to America, he signed it as Michael Gillman. He kept that name until he died in March of 1949, he was 55 years old. Michael was killed as he fought with the Jewish Civilian Force.
Stavrosians in Australia
These men came with a dream of a new life. Some came looking for fortune and riches. No matter how they came, this was going to be their big adventure. Two men, William Anderson and Franklin Moore, were among the new arrivals in 1895. William had a mining background. He, with Franklin, had hoped to find gold to make their dreams of great wealth come true. The two men were going to need help with the hard work they would be facing. William hired a man that had been sent to Australia as a prisoner. He was George Kalvakeys, but once he started to work for Anderson, George changed his name. He became George Kelly, that fit the time and place. Now George could work without interference from the law. George Kelly worked hard and was true to the task. What gold they found was due to George’s skill with the few pieces of equipment Anderson and Moore were able to get over the mountains and down to the mine.
The Night They Came
Wyoming was still a wide-
So many people needed a new home; someplace they could live without being seen. For four years they held their First Life Celebration on the banks of Sweetwater.
Jack Davis was the family head. He and his wife Cynthia held the three families together. They had all traveled thousands of miles across Europe, oceans, and America to resettle.
It was all going well until June 15, 1953. Jack and the rest of the Stavrosians had just returned home from their 1953 First Life; they all had a great day.
Cynthia recalled she had just put her children to bed when a man in their little town came over to see Jack. He had news of some kind of trouble going on near town. He wanted Jack to go with him to see what was going on. After all, in a small town anything was something to see.
A German named Herbert Karl Frahm, better known as Willy Brandit, fled Germany in 1933. He went to Norway to avoid arrest by the Nazi regime. The Gestapo wanted him for being a political opponent. He was running for his life.
When he arrived, Willy needed help to get established. Among some of the people he met and made friends with was a man called Martin Weber. The two men were good friends so in 1936 Martin revealed being Stavrosian. Willy laughed at first until Martin introduced Willy to his family. Soon, Willy met several other Stavrosians and this then convinced him that Weber had indeed trusted him with the secret.
1956 Hungarian Uprising
Several days passed before Steve reopened the shop. An older man came into the shop. As he did, he closed the door and pulled the shade. Looking nervously, he approached. He told Steve about the underground movement to rise up against the Soviet Occupation. It didn't take much convincing for Steve and his wife Sara to quickly volunteer. Now they were rebels ready to face off with their occupiers
Note: Steve and Sara Samyed
In 1892 George Stamaty left Greece at 16 years old. He went to Spain to work in a carriage factory. He was from a Stavrosian family. George wanted to see other things in his life. He met Angelina Sengos and married in 1902. Life was simple and by all accounts they were happy. By 1930 they had a daughter named Liliana Sengos, (last names by Spanish tradition). Liliana worked in a cigar factory where she met Andrew Castro and they married in 1923. Liliana had a baby boy in 1928 and named him Tony Sengos.
Eight years later in 1936 the Spanish Revolution broke out, erupting all over Spain. They called it the Workers’ Social Revolt. There was no in-
Tin Smith in Finland
Carl Rantala was the grandson of Stephen Regulies, one of the founders of the Finnish Stavrosian Families in Helsinki. Stephen was the patriarch of their First Life organization with celebrations held on Lake Pyhajarui, near the town of Tampere. Carl took the offer from Gustaf and he started to cobble by hand the gold to look like latches and hinges the kind that would have been used on fishing boats. They were able to move much of the gold into Sweden.
It took Carl over a year to complete the transformation, pack, and then ship everything. Once it was done all that remained was for Carl was to meet Gustaf in Sweden. Carl traveled to the Finnish town of Kolari. Unfortunately, he was stopped at the border, searched and was found to have a fake passport trying to cross into Sweden. It's not known what happen to Carl after that day. No records of his arrest have been recovered. No other information of Carl's whereabouts were ever found.
Gustaf Scuhrovec opened a jewelry shop in Jokkmokk, Sweden. He became a mildly successful import/export jewelry business.
Dreki Laxnees of Iceland
On April 17, 2021 an interview between Danny Laxny and George Stavros had been held in secret. George was advised by an observer / believer from Cleveland, Ohio about Danny, his story of his father’s coming to America from Iceland and how the S.G.L. helped Danny's father, Dreki Laxnees find a home and a job in the Cleveland area. Danny met George in Elyria Ohio at Saint Mary's church located off Saint Mary's Way. They sat in the parking lot as Danny told George about his Stavrosian father on how they came to Ohio.
Louie of Constantinople
Louie Nikiassis came to America in 1910, from Constantinople, Turkey at the age of 26. He grew up in the Greek sector under Turkish rule. His father Sotirios Nikiassis had a small pottery shop. The Turks would often show up to vandalize his business, mostly for sport.
Life was hard for the family and around 1900 Sotirios had enough. He was ready to leave Turkey. It took until 1904 before they could save up the money to leave. It was late September of 1904 when a gang of Turks broke into his shop. During the altercation Sotirios was killed. Louie buried his father in Constantinople, packed up the few things he had and took the first ship leaving. After an uncomfortable trip he landed in Argentina. Louie found work in a restaurant in Buenos Aires. For the next five years he saved his money. He wanted to come to America as now he had a restaurant background.
April 24, 2021, 12:00 noon. We met with L.G. Wilford in Ashtabula, Ohio at a local Outback Steakhouse. We sat in the parking lot off West 42nd Street.
L. G. had been contacted by a representative from the S.G.L.. It was by chance that his family name came up during a cross match check. This led to Wilford being contacted. L.G. agreed to tell his story as best as he could recall.
Nicholas Lesteadakis, was born 1860 somewhere in Greece, area unknown. We know he was 16 years old when he left Greece. In 1876 we know he took work in Germany as a logger. In order to fit into this new life, he changed his name to Linclous Lester. He kept this name until he died in 1959 at 99 years old. Linclous married in 1880 to Clarinda Meyer. She was 15 years old. Linclous raised a son George and made a life for him and his family in the forests of Germany. His son George Lester, born about 1880, had a different path to take. George married Elizabeth Taylor in 1910. Her family worked in the coal mines in Germany. Here George worked until he became too old to keep up the workload. He retired from the mines in 1977 at the age of 89. George died in 2006. He was 118 years old. His wife Elizabeth died in 1992. She was 98 years old. She was the rock the family held onto.
I interviewed Tony Spalekas in July of 2009 in Dover, Delaware, his hometown. His family was enjoying a First Life celebration out at Browns Beach, off route 113. His family with other Stavrosians were having a nice time. I asked Tony about the talk I had with his father in 1985. Would I be allowed to use names. He advised me that the family would rather not allow it.
The Hanger 18 report was issued in September 2020. As of March, 2021 Tony has passed away. His cousin Ellen advised me that it would be safe now to use Tony's family name as Tony was now gone.
Joseph Cohelas (1895 – 1985) at 110 years old, came to America looking for work to make a new life. He married Allison Spalekas in 1905. Joseph took her last name. As Joe Spalekas, he found work in Dover, Delaware as a bridge painter. They had four sons. This is focused on the son Pete (Patrolas ) Spalekas (1910 – 2015), 105 years old.
Pete joined the Army Air Force in 1943, which later became The Air Force in 1947. In 1944 Foo Fighters ( U.F.O s. ) were seen over the sky's of Europe then later in the Pacific . Pete had been aware of this phenomena, as a Stavrosian man this type of activity was not at all surprising. He made Tech. Sergeant in 1955
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