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posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 01:34 PM
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ran into this pdf document today as well, reading through it it clearly indicates procedures to handle extra terrestrial (both technological and biological) phenomenon...hmmm

Uploaded to my webspace
robbiekhan.co.uk... (5mb Adobe Acrobat PDF)




posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 01:42 PM
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Wow, that's really interesting. I haven't read thru it all, but just skimming thru it shows some pretty crazy stuff! How did you come across it?



posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 01:56 PM
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ATS google search "MJ12" for weeks of reading on this subject. The manual has been around in public domain for over 10 years. read anything by Stanton Friedman to learn even more. He is probably one of the top "experts" on the MJ12 documents.



posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 02:03 PM
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Originally posted by thirddensity
ATS google search "MJ12" for weeks of reading on this subject. The manual has been around in public domain for over 10 years. read anything by Stanton Friedman to learn even more. He is probably one of the top "experts" on the MJ12 documents.



Has that manual been verified one way or another as being authentic or not?



posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 02:07 PM
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Has that manual been verified one way or another as being authentic or not?


Haven't checked the link yet, but I'm assuming this is the SOM1-01 Security Manual? Check out majesticdocuments.com. They have a meter to show how authentic they believe a document to be, based on several factors, paper, ink, typeset, page references, format, style, etc. The manual has one of the highest ratings of confidence of ANY document.

EDIT: For me, the most interesting page is the one denoting where certain materials were to go. I've actually identified each location (another post) with a pretty good degree of confidence there... The manual was printed at Kirtland AFB if I recall correctly. Some of the locations are particularly interesting, such as WP for Wright Patterson AFB (yes, this was after the name change from Wright Field, and fits the time frame of the manual), and of course S-4. Note also, that it states tech materials go to S-4, NOT aliens. This would jive with Lazar's testimony that he never saw any aliens at S-4, only the tech. If you're puzzled on OPNAC, I was too for a bit, means Operations Naval Command, according to some other documents. Which is another interesting tidbit, as Navy Intelligence is second only to Air Force Intel as to their involvement with UFOs. (concidentally, Lazar's W-2 with the MAJ prefix (Majestic?) is from Naval Intelligence)

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posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 02:20 PM
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Originally posted by Gazrok

Has that manual been verified one way or another as being authentic or not?


Haven't checked the link yet, but I'm assuming this is the SOM1-01 Security Manual? Check out majesticdocuments.com. They have a meter to show how authentic they believe a document to be, based on several factors, paper, ink, typeset, page references, format, style, etc. The manual has one of the highest ratings of confidence of ANY document.

[edit on 5-1-2005 by Gazrok]


Bingo! It is indeed SOM!-01 Security manual. Also one of my favorite topics.

Thanks for that link Gazrock.



posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 02:24 PM
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um, I might be off here but page 20 is covered with diagrams of ufos. page 21 is all words. If you look at the photocopy of page 21 you can see the left side of the book, which should be page 20. This should be the page with the diagrams but it appears to be all words.

Also, if this is the highest security clearance level and something that is completely hush hush top secret, why on earth would they print out books with that much information?



posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 02:30 PM
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I remember that point being brought up and explained before, but will have to look on it....(the page 20 issue)...


Also, if this is the highest security clearance level and something that is completely hush hush top secret, why on earth would they print out books with that much information?


This actually fits the folklore of the rumored "Blue Team", and was likely a manual for their use if genuine. Such individuals (ones assigned to recover crash sites) would obviously have the highest clearance imaginable, and this would take a team of people to do efficiently, and quickly, without leaving any debris behind. If genuine, then we're likely looking at a former Blue Team member revealing this, or that it is part of a disinfo/disclosure campaign.

EDIT: The reason for the page 20 bit is that the back of each page has the same classification information, MAJIC Eyes Only, etc. etc. There is not an issue there.

[edit on 5-1-2005 by Gazrok]



posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 03:28 PM
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Recall the thread on the number of fingers on the Alien between SOM1-01 manual and Corso's "The day after Roswell"...never did get to the bottom of that.

In any case, there is another very interesting thing in this doc..

page 10 (14/25 in the pdf) states, "..contingency plan MJ-1949-04P / 78 should be held in readiness should the need to make a public disclosure become necessary."

I've also inquired about this reference, because it appears in *another* document.

For me, The SOM1-01 manual is the jewel in the crown, a rare perl in the sea of hoaxes, crappy pics and heresay.

I can't help but wonder about the contingency plan....



posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 03:34 PM
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Yep, I've looked at that contingency plan reference six ways to Sunday, and I still can't seem to find anything on it... From the name, seems to have been devised in 1949, but then we've got 04P (Alternate 4?, Plan 4?) then 78...

I'm assuming that in this they are talking of either one of 2 scenarios
1. The aliens decide to go public themselves,
2. Something undeniable gets into the media.

As in many of these, the search continues.....

Another interesting tidbit (in the briefing paper), is the "Special Classified Executive Order # 092447"

Now, such a number wouldn't be an ACTUAL Executive Order (doesn't fit the numbering pattern for the time period), however, I don't think that's really what it is. I think it's a "directive" instead. On a Skeptic site, they try to use this, by bringing on one of the Executive Order Clerks. However, this clerk stated that such directives on policy are common, and generally, Presidents simply come up with their own numbering system. This may even be extremely easy in this case...Special Classified Executive Order # 092447 seems to be the one formally establishing the MJ-12 protocal. Such a number 09-24-47 could mean that it was simply a directive issued on September 24th, 1947 perhaps? Makes sense to me...

[edit on 5-1-2005 by Gazrok]



posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 06:56 PM
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This is one of few (alledged) government documents that describe nordic types.

Sounds like the Vegans...

this also supports Lazar's S-4 site...

Good find...!



posted on Jan, 11 2005 @ 06:42 PM
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A good find indeed-
though in this odd case nothing more was necessary than typing keyword + .com into the browser window!
I will try this more often in the future-
instead of googeling terms like " document UFO +UFOB majic-12 majestic OR machrihanish -penis enlargement AND viagra" ...
Thanks again Gazrok for mentioning majesticdocuments.com. Would you mind posting all your bookmarks in regard to this topic?

Does anyone know where we can download pages 12 and 22-27 of "SOM1-01" ?

Thanks in advance,
*POP*



posted on Jan, 11 2005 @ 07:10 PM
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As far as I know the other pages aren't available anywhere... I've looked for quite some time, and never have seen them. My bookmarks range from being fairly good (such as the one mentioned) to being out there. I pretty much look at it all, from the completely out there, to the more factual. The reason is because one of my favorite things is to find little details that match, when you'd least expect them to. For example, one mentioned Corso's book. Did you realize, that in the largely considered debunked, "Alien Autopsy" that at one point, they removed a dark eyecover from one of the alien's eyes? This is strangely similar to what Corso described, about their eyes not actually being black, but that they have an artificial membrane-like device that allows them to have nightvision! I love finding these little things!
So, not sure you'd want my list, hehe..... I will say, that there are two primary sources I use when I want to check documents, and that's the site mentioned, and of course the FOIA site (Freedom of Information Act) reading room. Others I google on, then try to find corroboration of the document elsewhere as well.



posted on Jan, 11 2005 @ 07:21 PM
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After reading this thread, I really want to see those documents. Any idea why the link's down?



posted on Jan, 11 2005 @ 07:44 PM
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Go to the site I mentioned, you can see them there too... You can search other sites too, but www.majesticdocuments.com... has the most complete, and clearest pics I've seen of them.... I believe it's in the second group of documents there (arranged by date). PS-Prepare to be blown away....


EDIT: Here's a more direct link www.majesticdocuments.com...

Scroll down a bit

[edit on 11-1-2005 by Gazrok]



posted on Jan, 11 2005 @ 08:46 PM
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Originally posted by Gazrok
Go to the site I mentioned, you can see them there too... You can search other sites too, but www.majesticdocuments.com... has the most complete, and clearest pics I've seen of them.... I believe it's in the second group of documents there (arranged by date). PS-Prepare to be blown away....


EDIT: Here's a more direct link www.majesticdocuments.com...

Scroll down a bit

[edit on 11-1-2005 by Gazrok]



Thanks Gazrok...


So the original link just pertained to purported majestic docs? If so, I've probably already downlaoded them... Nonetheless, thx again...



posted on Jan, 11 2005 @ 08:49 PM
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Sorry Gazrok,

I have to admit that I've never heard of Corso and his book.
I think the "Alien Autopsy" video is a fake, because of the telephone argument. These eye-devices you mentioned are being interpreted as nightvision by some, and as shades by others. If memory serves me correct, somebody posted here on ATS that the "Alien Interview" video must be fake, because a genuine alien can not be bothered by bright light since they have these lens shade membranes ! What an argument!

Probably Corso was inspired by the autopsy video, or vice versa...

please let me know if I missed something...

... and let out one more of those "Majestic" links!

Best,
*Pop*



posted on Jan, 11 2005 @ 08:50 PM
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Don't know, never visited the original link....I've studied the manual A LOT, so I pretty much knew what the poster was referring to....



posted on Jan, 12 2005 @ 11:25 AM
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alternatively: Forget about Philip J. Corso, read Philip J. Klaas -

Analysis and background of SOM 1-01:

" Another "MJ-12 document" surfaced on March 14, 1994, when long-time UFOlogist Don Berliner received a roll of undeveloped 35 mm. black/white film which had been mailed from La Crosse, Wisc., by an anonymous source. When the film was developed on March 22, it contained photos of 21 pages from a 31-plus-page document titled "MAJESTIC-12 GROUP SPECIAL OPERATIONS MANUAL (SOM-101): EXTRATERRESTRIAL ENTITIES AND TECHNOLOGY RECOVERY AND DISPOSAL." The document, dated April 7, 1954, carried the classification "TOP SECRET/MAJIC EYES ONLY." Berliner, co-author with Friedman of the 1992 book "Crash At Corona," promptly gave a copy to the General Accounting Office (GAO) which had just launched its investigation into crashed-saucer claims [SUN #25/Jan. 1994].

Curiously, more than eight months would elapse before Berliner decided to inform his co-author/partner about SOM 1-01, which Friedman later characterized as "the mother of all Majestic-12 documents" in his book "Top Secret/MAJIC" (p. 161). Friedman devotes a chapter of the book to SOM 1-01 and reproduces much of its contents. Friedman says he later provided a copy of the SOM 1-01 to his friend Dr. Robert Wood for analysis and authentication, explaining that "I trust [Wood] completely; excellent technical background, sound judgment, very knowledgeable about UFOs and high security." (During Wood's employment by McDonnell Douglas he held a "Top Secret" security clearance.)

Friedman's chapter on SOM 1-01 suggests that when the book was published in 1996, he had ambivalent views on the authenticity of SOM 1-01: "A detailed proposal to validate this document by investigating internal references, the appropriateness of the procedures enumerated, the relationship to other MJ-12 documents, and the occurrences of any possible anachronisms has been made by myself, Dr. Wood, Dr. Bruce Maccabee, and another researcher, and it awaits funding. Based upon past experience, authentication will be no easy task..." Authentication, or "de-authenti-cation," would be easier if Friedman and Wood were more rigorous and less credulous.

The alleged objective of SOM 1-01, as stated on p. 4, is: "This operations manual is published for the information and guidance of all concerned. It contains information on determination, documentation, collection, and disposition of debris, devices, craft, and occupants of such craft as defined as Extraterrestrial Technology or Extraterrestrial Biological Entities (EBEs) in Section II of this chapter." But the contents of SOM 1-01 reveal it was written to provide useful "evidence" for those who promote the myth of crashed-saucer recovery and government coverup. Much of the information in SOM 1-01 would not be needed by UFO-recovery teams.

DISCREPANCIES REVEAL MJ-12 SPECIAL OPERATIONS MANUAL IS A HOAX

On p. 4, SOM 1-01 instructs MJ-12 UFO-recovery units on how to keep the press and the public from learning that any UFOs are ET craft by falsely explaining UFO sightings and crashed saucers as "meteors, downed satellites, weather balloons and military aircraft..." (Emphasis added.) But as of April 1954, no man-made earth satellite had ever been launched and more than three years would elapse before the first satellite was launched by the USSR on Oct. 4, 1957. It reentered on Jan. 4, 1958. Thus, if prior to late 1957 an MJ-12 unit followed SOM 1-01's instructions and tried to explain a crashed UFO as being a "downed satellite," it would be an obviously ridiculous explanation. Dr. Wood sought to counter this discrepancy by claiming that "in 1954 there were references in open literature talking about our plans for satellites." (Emphasis added.) Wood did not cite a single specific to back up his claim. He couldn't. It was not until April 26, 1955, that the USSR became the first to announce plans to build and launch an earth satellite. And it was not until July 29, 1955, that President Eisenhower announced that the U.S. would also build and launch a satellite. 

Some of the discrepancies are a bit subtle. For example, a "Current Situation" status report on p. 3 states that as of early 1954, "Several dead entities have been recovered along with a substantial amount of wreckage and devices from downed craft....One of the crashes was the result of direct military action" (but no details are provided). The Eisenhower briefing document states that four dead ETs were recovered in New Mexico in mid-1947, while two of the Cooper documents report five ET bodies. But nearly seven years later, only "several dead" ETs have been recovered?? SOM 1-01 reports two types of ETs:

Very skinny humanoid, 41-50 in. tall, which weigh only 25-50 lb. Skin is bluish-gray in color. Very large heads, extremely large wrap-around eyes, slits for nose and mouth. Webbed feet. SOM 1-01 states: "Creatures do not appear to be mammalian."

Humanoid, 60-64 in. tall, which weigh 80-100 lb. Eyes are small, almond-shaped, very wide mouth, skin color is pale, chalky-yellow. SOM 1-01 says: "Might be mistaken for human beings of the Oriental race if seen from a distance." [SUN Comment: "UFO abductees" do not offer similar descriptions. Perhaps this type of ET does not engage in abductions.]

STILL MORE SOM 1-01 DISCREPANCIES

SOM 1-01 contains a chart purportedly showing where recovered ET technology should be sent. Seven of the ll categories, including "aircraft" and "powerplant," were to be sent to "Area 51 S4," rather than to Wright-Patterson AFB in Ohio where the USAF's aeronautical and propulsion experts were then located. (Thus SOM 1-01 seems to confirm recent-vintage claims that Area 51, located in Nevada and part of Nellis Air Force Base, is used to test and reverse-engineer captured UFOs.) But in 1954, when SOM 1-01 allegedly was printed, that site was known as "Watertown." The "Site 51" terminology was first used in 1958. In Dr. Wood's October UFO talk, he said that SOM 1-01 critics "claim that Area 51 did not exist in 1954." He quoted a Jan. 1951 newspaper article which said "Indian Springs Project Keyed To Defense Plans," but it made no mention of "Area 51."

SOM 1-01's Table of Contents lists "Photographs" on p. 31, but that page was one of those missing from the film received by Berliner. Dr. Wood said that "all those photographs were removed by order of MJ-12 on the 12th of April, 1955," but he did not disclose the source of this information. Wood speculated that the photos showed ETs which MJ-12 officials considered far too sensitive to be included in a document even so highly classified as "TOP SECRET/MAJIC EYES ONLY." 

One SOM 1-01 page showed sketches of four predominant UFO configurations. At the time SOM 1-01 (allegedly) was written, the Battelle Memorial Institute (under Project Blue Book contract) was analyzing 1,700 UFO reports which had been submitted to the USAF from 1947 to 1952. When the Battelle report was published in 1955, it cited four different UFO shapes which seemed to defy prosaic explanation. NONE of the four was triangular shaped. But one of the four UFO shapes cited in SOM 1-01 which attracted SUN's attention was triangular in shape with lights at each apex, which closely resembled the triangular-shaped "UFO" photo taken in Belgium in April 1990. Prior to the Belgian UFO photo, which achieved international fame (and the counterfeiter's attention), reports of triangular-shaped UFOs were extremely rare. Another of the UFO configurations cited in SOM 1-01 was shaped like an ice-cream cone, which Wood admitted was unfamiliar to him. "

SOURCE: www.csicop.org...

" As a result of numerous flaws in SOM 1-01, a statement denouncing it as counterfeit was released on March 14, 1999. It was signed by Berliner and several other prominent pro-UFOlogists. By this time, a new batch of more than a dozen Majestic documents obtained from Tim Cooper had recently been made public by Robert Wood and his son Ryan at a UFO conference in Connecticut. They had strongly endorsed the authenticity of the documents, although Wood admitted that there were flaws in them. But he claimed that these anomalies "tend to indicate authenticity. . . . [Document] hoaxers generally try to make sure they are perfect. "

SOURCE: www.csicop.org...

Sincerely,
*Pop*



posted on Jan, 12 2005 @ 11:50 AM
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Originally posted by popular mechanics
alternatively: Forget about Philip J. Corso, read Philip J. Klaas -


Popular Mechanics, you have got to be kidding right? Phillip Klass??? The ultimate debunker? A UFO could fly right past him and he would have people believe that it was a frisbee that a child three blocks away threw at him. In my view he is the most uncredible debunker in the history of Ufology.

And forget about Corso? His story came out long before the alien interview video.

Search deeper my friend. I can't prove Ufo's exist, but I can prove Klass to be a disinformation agent any time of the week.



[edit on 12-1-2005 by thirddensity]



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