posted on Jul, 26 2008 @ 04:15 AM
In a recent thread (now mostly dormant) “ATS Team In Roswell, NM”, former Sgt. Clifford Stone provided access to documents he had collected over
the years, based on FOIA requests, to Springer and Crackeur. These documents apparently show a “paper trail” proving the existence and possession
of an “artifact” determined by government officials to be “not of Earth”.
Based on details of the artifact, as described in the documents, and the provenance of the FOIA documents as Mr. Stone avails, Springer and Crackeur
are convinced of the authenticity of the documents, and conclude that (at least some) “UFO’s are from outer space” is, in fact, a valid
statement, acknowledged, though not publicly, by the US government.
The “ATS Roswell Team” then began a process whereby this data, and the conclusions drawn from said data, could be made public via the MSM. This
effort is continuing.
Meanwhile, MUFON has released its findings regarding the recent UFO sightings in Stephensville, TX. They conclude that the reports of eyewitnesses in
Stephensville of UFO’s appearing during January 2008 are supported by radar return data made available to MUFON via FOIA requests.
MUFON also concludes that at least one UFO witnessed during this episode flew in a direction that would have allowed it to encroach upon the
restricted airspace above the US President’s ranch in Crawford, TX: and, in fact the object’s last radar return showed it approximately 10 miles
from the restricted zone before it disappeared from the radar.
Disturbingly, military and security forces, however, took no apparent action to either positively identify or intercept this obvious and potential
It should be noted that this curious “Lack of Response” on the part of military and/or security forces is similar in character to an incident also
involving a UFO in 2007. That incident involved the incursion of an unresponsive UFO into the restricted airspace over O’Hare International
airport. Despite “hovering” over the airport for 30-45 minutes, there is no report of officials attempting to identify or intercept the object;
despite the obvious threat to public safety is presence in that location posed.
Now we have former astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell, on record, claiming that he believes that the famous incident in Roswell, NM involved the crash and
recovery of a UFO from outer space. He also asserts that at least some UFO’s are not from Earth, and that the US government, as well as other
governments of the world, know that “UFO’s are Real”, have known this for decades, and have been keeping this knowledge from the public.
Both Dr. Mitchell and Sgt. Stone hail from Roswell, NM. Dr Mitchell grew up in Roswell; Sgt. Stone currently lives in Roswell.
In researching the “Stone Documents”, Crackeur and Springer requested the assistance of ATS members in determining the maximum payload for launch
vehicles available during the ‘60’s and ‘70’s. Springer also mentioned that the documents they were reviewing showed that gov’t officials,
having determined that an object in their possession was, in fact, extra-terrestrial in origin, then documented the shipment of the object to a
location in the US; whereupon no further trace of the object can be located.
If the source of Springer’s “Maximum Payload” query and the “lost” artifact are one in the same, might the object in question have been too
large to ship by aircraft?
That would mean that the object would have had to been handled by either ground transport or by sea.
An object too large to be shipped by aircraft would have likely had many witnesses when it landed (crashed?) if it were to have done so anywhere
within the US/Canada. Its “arrival” would likely have been the source of media coverage and speculation. But a very large object landing/crashing
outside the US/Canada confines would be difficult and impractical to trans-ship by ground vehicle.
If the object in question was recovered from somewhere other than the US/ Canada, the most logical means of returning it to the US for further study
would be by sea: US Navy, perhaps?
One of the incident Sgt. Stone claims to have been dispatched to involved a crashed US B-52 bomber in Vietnam that he said, “looked like it had been
placed on the ground” in the jungle “by a large hand”.
Question: Could this incident have actually been a UFO recovery operation – “Masked” as an airplane crash memory?
Dr. Mitchell’s assertions regarding the reality of UFO’s arise not just from his faith in the “old timers” he’s spoken to in Roswell, but
also from other sources he’s been privy to: He specifically mentions the influence an interview he had with an Admiral in the Pentagon.
If a “B-52 -sized” UFO crashed in Vietnam, was recovered by US forces, and shipped back to the US for further study by the US Navy, who better to
know about it than an admiral in the Pentagon?
The possible relationship between/among Sgt. Clifford Stone and his FOIA documents, the “ATS Roswell Team”, the incidents at O’Hare and
Stephensville, and now Dr. Edgar Mitchell’s assertions is intriguing to say the least.
Is AboveTopSecret playing a bigger role in “Disclosure” than they have been letting on?
A much bigger role than any of us have, or could possibly, imagine?