was released in the early 1990's, and Bill himself came out against the very UFO comments you are talking about. Not only did he admit he was wrong, but he dedicated his time and efforts to correcting those errors, both in the info he put out, and his dealings with those theories after the fact. To claim he was an alcoholic goes back to when Alex Jones fielded a faqke phone call form a staffer and made those claims, beyond that (which was b/s) there is no justifaction for saying that.
Alex Jones has been wrong about so many things (he still says doom was a game created by the pentagon; even though history shows that the bentagon made simulations based on doom, not the other way around. Just one example), yet he either continues to site inaccuracies or ignore them entirely (jesuits: see his first interview with Alan Watt).
You say RIP, so I will give you the benefit of the doubt, but it seems as if you are adhering to the systems definition of William Cooper in an effort to make him seem less credible.
The Mystery Babylon series is the most well researched, and elequently produced synopsis of the occult that has ever existed. It is the lamans quide to the esoteric, and it was created well fter Bill disavowed all UFO info. He admitted he has been a sucker and made sure to correct it. Show mmore respect to the fact, and to a good man who died for bringing you the truth.
"The radical of one century is the conservative of the next. The radical invents the views. When he has worn them out, the conservative adopts them." - Mark Twain