The Manitou Springs man who wants to build a pyramid on top of Pikes Peak will soon be talking to the U.S. Forest Service about the project.
Phil Hill, better known as UFO Phil, will be back in Colorado for a meeting after spending the past several months in California talking to National Park Service officials about installing a similar pyramid on Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay.
Hill said plans for the pyramids, which would be nearly exact replicas of Egypt’s Giza Pyramid, were given to him by humanoid aliens with whom he has been in contact since he was a child.
The large stone pyramids, 755-feet-square at their bases, would serve two purposes — first as a landing and refueling station for alien spacecraft and, second, as hydrogen generators that would supply free energy to the United States and eventually, as more such stations are built, to the world.
On Pikes Peak, a pyramid that size would cover the entire summit above the tree line and be visible nearly to the Kansas border. On Alcatraz Island, a structure that size would require that one of its corners be held up temporarily by a massive undersea pylon until the island itself could be made bigger.
Just in case the Alcatraz pyramid is compromised, according to Hill, the aliens also want him to erect a slightly smaller pyramid behind the Hollywood Sign in Los Angeles to serve as a backup generator.
According to a news release from Hill, he has been interviewed by Peter King of CBS, reporters from The Huffington Post and other media outlets. Hill regularly contributes to the Premier Radio Network show “Coast to Coast AM” with George Noory. Hill, who is also a composer and documentary film maker, wrote the radio show’s theme song, “Listening to Coast to Coast.”
Hill can be contacted through his website, www.ufophil.com.