The world is faced with innumerable problems today, including over-population, pollution, climate change, wars, famines, natural disasters (which are
recurring at a much higher rate), economies in turmoil, and the list goes on. UFOs are just not something that seemingly impacts us on a daily basis,
but that belief might be short-sighted. The real question is how are we going to solve these problems? I say that the solution to our modern
problems will be using technology and knowledge, some of which we can only conceptualize currently.
UFOs, by nature of the overwhelming evidence concluding they are REAL (disregarding for now what they are, or where the come from), represent
technological marvels that defy our current understanding of physics, propulsion, and aerodynamics. While many will argue, despite the overwhelming
evidence to the contrary, that there is absolutely no proof that UFOs exist. This is typically either a result of, 1) ignorance of the facts (which
is usually the case), or 2) denial due to fear. Fear is a gripping human emotion. We often try to ignore things that we don’t understand. I am
not calling you ignorant if you don’t believe in the reality of UFOs. I am calling you uninformed, or perhaps sporting blinders (or both). My goal
here is to briefly try to demonstrate to you why you should do a little research to understand something very real, and I would argue for the
possibility of a technology that may be extremely important to our future.
While I could site hundreds of cases, I am going to limit this here to a few high-profile cases, witnesses, and testimonies. Some of these are rather
well known cases, with volumes of information available if you look. You can search on any of the titles below and find scores of websites that
detail the information. Read several of the sources, and specifically focus on expert testimony (military, police, pilots, astronauts, etc…).. I
think that is the best way to get an overall view of what happened.
1. Rendlesham Forest Incident in December, 1980. Base commander Colonel Halt, and other officers and enlisted men testified to a very strange
sighting around Christmas 1980 at a joint US/UK military base in England (near the Rendlesham Forest). Halt provided audio tapes documenting the
events, and physical evidence (landing indentations, radiation readings, and drawings were also provided by Halt or his team). The men witnessed a
silent hovering object, which was apparently searching the base (which had nuclear weapons) and seemed to be gathering intelligence. Sergeant Jim
Penniston claimed to have even touched the landing craft. He provided details on its shape and inscriptions/symbols. While these men had every
reason to never speak of this incident (including aledged threats from military officials) they have chosen to speak out over time. Halt has faced
public scorn from military officials who were not interested in this information being released. The military’s claim is that they spend three
days chasing after the light from a light tower, which was two miles away. If you study UFO cases you will find that the military comes up with some
of the funniest excuses. Weather balloons are a favorite, but also swamp gas, and the planet Venus.
2. “Big Sur” UFO film. Robert Jacobs is a professor at Bradley University. In 1965, he was in the Air Force and was in charge of filming
missile tests near the base. They were testing the most sophisticated missile/rockets, and he allegedly caught one of the most amazing UFO videos
ever to be denied to the public. According to Jacobs, the rocket, travelling at an estimated 11-14,000 per hour, is circled by disk shape objects.
The objects then appear to shine a laser beam, from four different vantage points, and they effortlessly and literally run circles around the missile.
Jacobs says that he was transformed by the experience. He was also told to never speak of it again, which he refused to do. His story is very
compelling and consistent with other accounts, in that UFOs seem to be very interested in our technology, while demonstrating that we are still
playing with sticks and stones, compared to theirs. Jacobs has tried get access to this film that he did for the military, but he was told to drop
the entire matter and to never speak of it. Fortunately, he hasn’t listened.
3. On March 16, 1967, the “Malmstrom Minuteman incident” took place. Captain Robert Salas testified that sixteen of the missiles where
inoperable, immediately after multiple witnesses confirmed the sighting of zipzagging UFO disks across the sky. These were witnessed by several
people. For reasons that are still unexplained, the rows of missiles, carrying nukes, were inoperable most of the day. Similar events have happened
at other air force bases over the past 40 years, including a very recent case. Salas was told never to speak of this, but he came forward with these
details (which others have done as well in 2000. For some reason the public has barely noticed.
4. Lonnie Zamora UFO landing. Zamora was a police officer in Socorro, New Mexico on April 24, 1964. What he witnessed, along with physical
evidence he gathered, changed him forever. Zamora, who by all accounts was an outstanding police officer and upstanding citizen, said that he say an
egg shape, with a strange inscription land in a remote area. He witnessed two small child beings outside the craft. According to Zamora, he believed
the beings noticed him and quickly go into the craft, and shot off at an incredible speed. Zamora was shaken and got additional help on the scene,
which eventually included the Air Force. They found landing impressions in the ground, strange metal, and burned vegetation. Dr. Harry Frankel of
NASA analyzed the metal and determined that it could not be a terrestrial alloy. Zamora, forever changed by the incident, never tried to profit from
this in any way. He was viewed as a credible and reliable witness by those who knew him, and his emotions following that event was very real. Like
most, he wished it had never happened to him.
5. The Roswell Incident. This most famous UFO incident has been the epicenter of UFO debate for decades. The facts are this. The local US
Military (Army Air Force base in Roswell) released an astounding claim, in early July, 1947. They indicated that they had captured a flying disk,
which had been all the rage nationally since these were documented by pilot Kenneth Arnold. Immediately, the story broke out around the world, and
the bases was inundated with phone calls. Several hours later, the government changed the story and said they had “captured” a simple weather
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