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Historical Ufo sightings

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posted on Dec, 22 2007 @ 01:55 AM
Hello fellow ATS members i feel it is important to pay attention to not only current events but past events as well

this is my first thread so Im not nearly as organized as i would like to be,
but i wanted to bring up the topic any ways and see what people had to say.

hears the web site i was looking at :

read through that information and do some research of your own im not sure if this has been brought up before and if it has it would be great if some one could post the link. But if it hasn't been its about time it has

this guy has stuff organized in a interesting fashion check out his home page as well

Well take a look and post any thing you got, Im hoping to eventually put together a sort of UFO history text book it would be great to get some help.


posted on Dec, 24 2007 @ 11:37 AM
i am very surprised in all of you. nothing to say?!? come on now at least bash the idea!! start conflict!! bah im not impressed

posted on Dec, 25 2007 @ 06:19 AM
Give us time to check out the site, I have been doing that now, interesting, but I suggest a section of abductions and humanoids is included

posted on Dec, 25 2007 @ 08:16 AM
reply to post by Fritz Lang

Fine I'll bash:
The cave paintings can mean anything and is hardly anatomically correct to begin with.
The whole Christian painting thing with "God UFOs" is all about religious undertones.
The early photographs are diffuse to say the least. The blimp one I question whether its as old as stated or taken in the US at all. The others are black blurbs.

Some things are interesting I suppose. One thing I'm surprised not to see mentioned is the infamous black UFO vs white UFO battle of Nuremburg I believe it was. Or that description of an entire armada from ancient Egypt. I recall a famous Chinese sighting too, which is regarded as the first real UFO "investigation".

posted on Dec, 25 2007 @ 02:22 PM
reply to post by Fritz Lang

In order to be taken seriously - or just researched in a proper fashion - it is absolutely imperative for the author of the website to list the references to the original sources.
(For example, if I was to examine the alleged 1917 incident, - involving the "Red Baron", no less - I would like to know where I can get the original, i.e. first, source of this story - and it isn't listed.)

And I, too, am surprised to see that the most compelling alleged sightings - the one in ancient Egypt, the Nurnberg incident etc. - are actually missing. How come?

Anyway, all of the above is meant to be constructive criticism, not bashing.

[edit on 25-12-2007 by Vanitas]

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