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Blue Book (Named after Masonry's Blue Lodge) has been a mystery for a long time, it's meant to be.
Visitors have been with us for a Loooooooong Time, and they're a mix of entities.
Today, in the visible Uni-Verse there are over 200 Trillion Galaxies, each containing untold trillions, billions, millions of stars systems each.
If I told you the Pyramids in Egypt we're built with nothing more than a Tuning Fork to cut the Rock and Toroidal & Conical Stones to Levitate them into place, this would be ridiculously bantered over just like all the other things you fight over....
BTW, those first saucers seen by Kenneth Arnold were retrofited Horten Ho 229s, which could actually hit 3000mph. Mountains ranges we're used initially to cause avalanches for a variety of effects...
If I told you that you are an individualized Galaxy with the Female force (Black Hole) in your Solar Plexus and this was the Secret of Moses and the Brazen Serpent 25° Scottish Rite, you'd laugh. You're all Monkeys caught in the Coconut Trap Hole, because your cannot release that tasty morsel, which leads you to your cage. Blue Book was dropped because we got with the program of HHQs, and there is no need to research what WE already know.
Project Blue Book was so named after college exams(which were traditionally written in standard blue books) according to Major General Charles P. Cabell, the head of Air Force intelligence at the Pentagon at the time
originally posted by: data5091
a reply to: Nikola014
but what if you don't buy the official "explanation" of weather balloon, such as myself and many many others??
Date : September 23, 1947
SUBJECT: AMC Opinion Concerning "Flying Discs"
TO: Commanding General
Army Air Force
Washington 25, D.C.
ATTENTION: Brig. General George Schulgen
1. As requested by AC/AS-2 there is presented below the considered opinion of this command concerning the so-called "Flying Discs." This opinion is based on interrogation report data furnished by AC/AS-2 and preliminary studies by personnel of T-2 and Aircraft Laboratory, Engineering Division T-3. This opinion was arrived at in a conference between personnel from the Air Institute of Technology, Intelligence T-2, Office, Chief of Engineering Division, and the Aircraft, Power Plant and Propeller Laboratories of Engineering Division T-3.
2. It is the opinion that:
a. The phenomenon is something real and not visionary or fictitious.
b. There are objects probably approximating the shape of a disc, of such appreciable size as to appear to be as large as man-made aircraft.
c. There is a possibility that some of the incidents may be caused by natural phenomena, such as meteors.
d. The reported operating characteristics such as extreme rates of climb, maneuverability (particularly in roll), and motion which must be considered evasive when sighted or contacted by friendly aircraft and radar, lend belief to the possibility that some of the objects are controlled either manually, automatically or remotely.
e. The apparent common description is as follows:-
(1) Metallic or light reflecting surface.
(2) Absence of trail, except in a few instances where the object apparently was operating under high performance conditions.
(3) Circular or elliptical in shape, flat on bottom and domed on top.
(4) Several reports of well kept formation flights varying from three to nine objects.
(5) Normally no associated sound, except in three instances a substantial rumbling roar was noted.
(6) Level flight speeds normally above 300 knots are estimated.
f. It is possible within the present U.S. knowledge -- provided extensive detailed development is undertaken -- to construct a piloted aircraft which has the general description of the object in sub- paragraph (e) above which would be capable of an approximate range of 7000 miles at subsonic speeds.
g. Any development in this country along the lines indicated would be extremely expensive, time consuming and at the considerable expense of current projects and therefore, if directed, should be set up independently of existing projects.
h. Due consideration must be given the following:-
(1) The possibility that these objects are of domestic origin - the product of some high security project not known to AC/AS-2 or this Command.
(2) The lack of physical evidence in the shape of crash recovered exhibits which would undeniably prove the existence of these subjects.
(3) The possibility that some foreign nation has a form of propulsion possibly nuclear, which is outside of our domestic knowledge.
3. It is recommended that:-
a. Headquarters, Army Air Forces issue a directive assigning a priority, security classification and Code name for a detailed study of this matter to include the preparation of complete sets of all available and pertinent data which will then be made available to the Army, Navy, Atomic Energy Commission, JRDB, the Air Force Scientific Advisory Group, NACA, and the RAND and NEPA projects for comments and recommendations, with a preliminary report to be forwarded within 15 days of receipt of the data and a detailed report thereafter every 30 days as the investigation develops. A complete interchange of data should be affected.
4. Awaiting a specific directive AMC will continue the investigation within its current resources in order to more closely define the nature of the phenomenon. Detailed Essential Elements of Information will be formulated immediately for transmittal thru channels.;/font]
Source : www.nicap.org...
"Due consideration must be given....[to] the lack of physical evidence in the shape of crash recovered exhibits which would undeniably prove the existence of these subjects.
On Monday, July 7 [the day Mac Brazel showed Jesse Marcel and Sheridan Cavitt the debris field], Lt. Gen. Nathan Twining, commander of Air Material Command (AMC), flew unexpectedly to Alamogordo Army Air Field, New Mexico, then made a side trip to Kirtland AFB in Albuquerque.
He remained in the area until July 11, although reporters initially had been told that Twining was “probably in Washington, D.C. … But Twining was also scheduled for a trip to Boeing at this time, which he had to cancel. In a July 17 letter to a Boeing executive, Twining referred to a “very important sudden matter that developed here.”
Source : Richard Dolan - UFOs and the National Security State Chronology of a Coverup 1941-1973
A Radar Blip, a Flash of Light:
How U.F.O.s ‘Exploded’ Into Public View
...In the spring of 1952, though, numerous mysterious sightings had captured the Air Force’s attention. It created “Project Blue Book” that March — the third investigative government project of its kind and the one that lasted the longest, until 1969......
...July 19, as air traffic controllers at Washington National Airport noticed blips speeding near Andrews Air Force Base, according to government accounts. The unidentified aircrafts fanned out, flying over the White House and the U.S. Capitol...
It was a second sighting a week later, though, that caused the wave of hysteria that forced the government to speak out....
At one point, a pilot found himself in the midst of four unidentified aircrafts and asked what to do. “I didn’t say anything,” Mr. Chop told the interviewers. “Nobody said anything. All of a sudden these things began to move away from him and he said, ‘They’re gone!’” The pilot returned to his base...
See more : New York Times