posted on Feb, 1 2013 @ 04:54 PM
EINSTEIN WAS PART OF THE COVER-UP.
Have you guys not read your own book?
INTERPLANETARY PHENOMENON UNIT
"In a memo to General George C. Marshall, from President FDR (2/27/42), just a few days after the incident in LA, the President directs Marshall to
proceed with plans regarding "atomic secrets learned from the study of celestial devices". He authorizes Dr. Bush (Vannevar Bush is the assumption)
to proceed with the project. (This is NOT the Manhattan Project, which had started earlier and also due to Vannavar's push for it (1939).
It would appear from this memo, if genuine, that a craft was indeed recovered, and some things had been learned from examining it. This memo has a
high rating on the authenticity scale.
A week later, George Marshall writes a memo to FDR (3/5/42) where he requests that a special group be set up to study the material and phenomenon. By
now, it is confirmed to not be of a foreign power or of Earthly origin. This memo is believed to be the order that establishes the precursor to
Majestic. It is called the IPU (Interplanetary Phenomenon Unit). It must be remembered that at this time, the terms "flying saucer" or even "UFO"
had not been coined, and the references to "celestial" or "interplanetary" are consistent with the period. In addition, official inquiries via the
Freedom of Information Act for information regarding the IPU do confirm that such a unit existed. When CUFON (Computer UFO Network) tried to request
through FOIA (Freedom of Information Act), this was the official response:
"Please be advised that the Interplanetary Phenomenon Unit of the Scientific and Technical Branch, Counter Intelligence Directorate, Department of
the Army, was disestablished during the late 1950's and never reactivated. All records pertaining to this unit were surrendered to the U.S. Air Force
Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) in conjunction with operation "Bluebook".
We regret that we are unable to be of more assistance concerning this matter."
Two years later (1944), another committee in addition to the IPU, are called out as the Special Committee on Non-terrestrial Science and Technology,
in a memo from FDR to the group. In this memo, FDR basically states that due to the cost of the atomic bomb program, and the urgency to win the war,
further "exploratory research" will have to wait. For the document, the classification of "double top secret" is a little known one, but is a
Three years later (1947) and only a month before the Roswell Incident, there is the Oppenheimer - Einstein Draft. This letter goes into the social
ramifications of the alien problem, defense implications, and the legal predicament.
Einstein and Oppenheimer. According to the documentation, these two luminaries were involved in investigating the artifacts at least on a consultation
basis. Of course, their inclusion makes perfect logical sense; given their existing security clearance and secrecy for the other projects they were
involved with...namely, the atomic bomb.
Roswell was a major change in the game. On July 4, 1947, there is an IPU field order to send a team to the Roswell crash disk (not Brazel's
The next day (7/5/47), Bush writes President Truman. This memo points out the need for a joint body to implement the recommendations of the different
committees that sprung out of the IPU. This is believed to be the suggestion that later provided the basis for the Majestic 12.
~ from the book
Above Top Secret
"just a few days after the incident in LA, the President directs Marshall to proceed with plans regarding "atomic secrets learned from the study of
This makes it sound as if there was a disk recovered from the "battle" in LA and that no disk was recovered from Missouri in April 1941.