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"Don't be afraid. We are not ghosts"
Originally posted by Beavers
"Don't be afraid. We are not ghosts"
Interesting way to introduce themselves. Did they look like ghosts then? How do aliens know we believe in ghosts?
Do aliens believe in ghosts?
Cha Leping and other students from the University of Wuhan were then in the process of forming CURO. "Cha Leping invited me first [to act as a] general advisor and then in 1986 he asked me to become president of CURO," said Shi Li. "I still am but now only regarding foreign activities." In time, CURO grew to 4,000 active members and a total affiliated membership of 40,000, making it the world's largest UFO organization.
Shi Li related some UFO cases from 1994 and 1995 which have never been published in the West. The most dramatic occurred at 3:30 a.m. on November 30, 1994, at a tree farm in southern China. Guards described "two spotlights in the air, a very brilliant ball of light changing colors from yellow to green and red, which passed above very noisily like a locomotive." This "flying train" cut trees one to two yards above the ground in a swath three kilometers long and 150 to 300 yards wide.
Originally posted by JimOberg
The latest report of widening Chinese public interest in the subject. It doesn't mention that many famous Chinese cases turned out to be missile and space events kept secret by the military.
Watch This Space as Close Encounters May Occur
Hong Kong China Daily (Asia-Pacific) Online
By Cui Jia and Wu Wencong (China Daily)
Rumors of UFO sightings and aliens visiting this planet seem to be increasing, report Cui Jia and Wu Wencong in Beijing.
The Beijing UFO Research Organization has received 14 detailed reports of UFO sightings in Beijing so far this year. All of them have been identified as kites with lights, aircraft or insects.
China's Roswell Zhu Jin, curator of the Beijing Planetarium, also believes intelligent life probably does exist elsewhere in the universe, but says that most "sightings" of UFOs have nothing to do with aliens from another planet. "Chinese people love to associate UFOs with alien spaceships.
But all UFO sightings can be explained by natural phenomena, man-made objects, illusions or hoaxes. Aliens might not even need a spaceship to travel to earth." In the most recent UFO sighting to grab the public's attention, Li Hui told the media of the UFO she saw at Fenghuang Mountain, a scenic spot in Northeast China's Heilongjiang province. On the afternoon of July 8, Li, a local tourist, claimed she had seen a flying object faintly glowing on the opposite mountain when she finished posing for photos at one of the viewing platforms.
She said the object had already disappeared when she took off her sunglasses for a clearer view, but its image had been caught on camera. Most media showed a cropped version of the photo, which showed a glowing oval with two bright "wings". But the original photo, which was obtained by a reporter from Harbin Daily, shows that Li is the subject of the photo and the "glowing" object is on the left side of the photo.
Originally posted by Brighter
Is this truly what you consider to be responsible research into the UFO phenomenon? Reading tabloid trash articles? This is beyond irresponsible and doesn't help to further the education of anyone.
Title: UFO RESEARCH CONFERENCE TO HOLD CONFERENCE IN BEIJING
Source: People's Republic of China
To: Numerous recipients including Wright-Patterson AFB
In 1978 the United Nations called on the governments of all countries to be on full alert for sightings and establish UFO investigation bodies.
CHINA UFO SOCIETY MEETS; TO CONTINUE SCIENTIFIC STUDY
The United Nations adopted a resolution in 1978 asking all nations to pay close attention to the UFO problem. This year is the international year of space; The United Nations has again brought up the issue.