Thanks George Knapp and ATS for sharing this really marvelous interview.
As far as I see it was Colonel Philip Corso a very sincere and trustworthy man, and was therefore a very important and valuable whistleblower.
I really enjoyed this interview and listened as far as possible very careful to all the things Colonel Corso said.
Besides all those very interesting things of which I already was aware of some, I found these extra interesting to mention.
First this marvelous but o so true saying of him.
“The more the debunkers screamed, the more better we liked it
Then his remarks about the “low gravity” area’s and the one particular case that has happened to one of the recovered missiles back then.
• That all the holes where like the screws where taken out. Where did I did see something like that happening for the first time? It was in the film
close encounters of the third kind, quite amazing isn’t it?
• The engine look like it was taken apart by hand.
• What happened in a base in Russia, where the UFO’s come over the airdrome and the next day they found out that the tower was felt apart because
all the rivets where fall out of the holes.
Then his encounter with a being of which he make a drawing and the part of his communication he had with it.
That when he said at a certain moment to the being “what do you offer” and the being said “a new world if you can take it”.
Then his remarks about the Sumerian civilization and the name for the beings they had obvious where in contact with then, the Igigis.
Here is what Jim Marss said in a also very interesting interview on project Camelot.
Just as a “for instance”: I truly believe that one of the main reasons for our precipitous invasion of Iraq was to make a beeline for
Baghdad, and use a mob scene as a cover, for a very concerted effort to loot the Iraqi National Museum. What were they after? They were after newly
discovered artifacts, tablets, scrolls and such that were being found in the ancient Sumerian cities of Uruk and some of these other places by French
and German archaeological teams -- interestingly enough, the two countries who were most opposed to our entry into Iraq.
And what was taken? Very possibly knowledge of ancient energy manipulation technology. And this gets into anti-gravity and a bunch of weird and exotic
technologies that conventional science would laugh at. But then, when you really study the issue, you find that these technologies have been worked on
since at least World War II and have been kept under very ultra-secret classification programs ever since, because this is our leading edge
So, you can see how it all ties together; Ancient history, UFOs, secret societies, the world government. It’s all part of the same big ball of wax,
and unless you back off and take that broad overview and study a wide variety of topics, you’re never going to figure out what’s going on.
Then his remarks about the amazingly precise laser like cutting instruments that are used during cattle mutilations.
So, to keep it short, a really marvelous interview indeed.
[edit on 13/8/09 by spacevisitor]