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UFO Beings Recovered

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posted on Jun, 13 2008 @ 10:19 AM
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Good Day Forumerions,

Here's an interesting article from 1974 that cites Professor Robert Carr; via a press conference he announced that the military recovered a "perfect flying saucer" with "12 dead beings aboard." (Aztec UFO Crash 1948).

He further states that the government "is preparing the populace for "disclosure."

Read the article . . .

Cheers,
Frank




posted on Jun, 13 2008 @ 10:34 AM
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Interesting, usually the Aztec crash story has 16 bodies recovered...and they're more "gray" like.... (some stories say 14, some say 12)

This recovery is deeply entrenched in the MJ-12/IPU mythos, as being just slightly after the Roswell one...

Here's another link:

www.ufoevidence.org...

Obviously though, they never did go to disclosure after '74...interesting article though...and many of the sources for this crash state the craft landed on auto, and death was caused by an opening in the hull...so there's good cohesion with the stories.

Great find!

[edit on 13-6-2008 by Gazrok]



posted on Jun, 13 2008 @ 11:21 AM
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Interesting to note that the public response precipitated commentary from the Secretary of The Air Force . . .

--FW



posted on Jun, 13 2008 @ 12:36 PM
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Good Day Gaz,


Originally posted by Gazrok
Interesting, usually the Aztec crash story has 16 bodies recovered...and they're more "gray" like.... (some stories say 14, some say 12)

This recovery is deeply entrenched in the MJ-12/IPU mythos, as being just slightly after the Roswell one...


I would say that MJ-12/IPU was entrenched in the recovery; moreover, although it's certain that some purported MJ-12 docs are forgeries/hoaxes etc., "there is wheat amongst the chaff." Additionally, the IPU's existence has been verified by FOIA, and methinks the noun, "mythos" doesn't apply to either.


Great find!


Thanks!

Here are links to more up-to-date research on Aztec by good friend and colleague Scott Ramsey:

The 'Aztec Incident' Revisited: - Part One -

The 'Aztec Incident' Revisited: - Part Two -

Cheers,
Frank



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