Originally posted by CrypticSouthpaw
do any of these documents speak of the shape shifting multi dimensionals? any reference to black dogs and large black cats?
did you get the info here?
Iv known about the vault for a while. Is there info in there that's not in the vault?
Originally posted by OneisOne
Thank you for finding that. I think I might send in a request for the Philip K Dick files just to see how the process works. If I'm successful I'll let you know.
I did find more of the documents online but not the complete set and they are scattered through an archived site. If you would like for me to try and post them let me know (fyi, they are .gif).
Happy hunting everyone!
Originally posted by ototheb85
Originally posted by Plotus
Originally posted by Blue Shift
It would be nice if these documents actually lead to the discovery of hard physical evidence of something, or at least more documents documenting some hard physical evidence the first documents helped uncover. But the more I consider them, and the longer they sit around without newer follow-up documents to help verify them or the activities they describe, the more I think that all they really add up to is a lot of interdepartmental tail-chasing.
So what happened to the saucers? I guess they just vanished, because in this day and age, paperwork multiplies like bacteria. And if there are aliens and saucers sitting around, with large groups of people actually studying them and generating reports, it seems unlikely that there wouldn't be even more documents concerning them now than there were then. Piles and volumes of documents, the sheer volume of which makes them ever more difficult to contain.
Ahh, don't get me wrong, I'll go through it, but there's a lot to digest, and to even try to follow the OP's train of thought.... hmmm.. If nothing else, I'm pleading 'Blond' ....lol
A relatively small number of blurry documents from decades ago just makes me think that whoever created them were clueless and ignorant and guessing about rumors and scuttlebutt and fantasy, and nothing ever happened to make them less clueless and ignorant.
Pretty much all I would think of to say were I articulate enough, but being 61, I'm sure My eulogy would have been over for several months by the time I made my way through all this. The amount is Staggering to be sure.
I'll go ahead and say it because it seems unlikely anybody else will out of awe and respect, and mind you I'm discounting nothing !! ....it's just that I'm overwhelmed with the volume of your thread, 'and impressed', but for us mere mortals, ........what did you diffinatively come away with.....? Any Concrete Evidence of a true extraterrestrial? I guess, I'm avoiding reading through the whole thing (too daunting at this time) and asking what others might...... Are We Alone? To paraphrase Mulder, "the truth is out there"
Excellent work, great compilation and effort.
I guess other members will boil this all down to the Key Elements........
your not even at retirement age and you can read a post like this!
whats wrong with you, how you going to spend your pension @ 65 if you cant go through this..
BTW fantastic post I got tomorrow off work to look through this! S+F
if you get this in a nut shell its not fun.
Originally posted by sean
I see there is some Carl Sagan [...]there too. [...] I remember him always saying stuff like extraordinary claims need extraordinary evidence. [...] However, pictures, video evidence and eye witness testimony has been used in the court of law everyday.
Originally posted by IsaacKoi
Unless I hear soon from any other researcher or group that has some of the files and is prepared to share them, I'll pick one of the other individuals named in Part G1 and submit a request as well. I'll report back here when I've done so.
Agencies can charge you for time they spend looking for the records you request, as well as duplication fees for making copies of any records they find. Costs and collection policies seem to vary widely among agencies. As an example, before doing a search, NSA will give you an estimate of how much they think a search will cost, and in some cases, will require you to pay this money up front before they do anything. In my FOIA requests, which were relatively simple, these fees ranged from $300-$700. In contrast, the FBI seems to charge fees only rarely (for me, one out of 57 requests), and even then the fees seem to be small ($21 in my case). They'll even send you the documents first and bill you later.