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Book: "Triangular UFOs - An Estimate of the Situation"

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posted on Dec, 8 2013 @ 08:23 PM
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Astr0

mbkennel

Astr0
Nice thread.

Now why not have a look at what would be the greatest use of a big floaty triangle silent airframe? currently off the top of my head: anti ballistic missile radar, anti mobile ICBM hunters, long duration passive AWACs style use... and of course, easy space access for covert payloads.


Then why do they float so slow low to the ground?



Why they come down to the ground? well, which ones are we seeing? manned? the unmanned ones? the space access ones? caught in a dipping gulf stream and its accidental?


Maybe going down to the ground is part of their mission and capabilities?

If I'd have to guess? Logistics (a billion dollar minivan) for special operations.

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Let me clarify my words a little if I may?

The need for a covert VLO insertion asset is undeniable, and that one exists and is in use is also in certain circles absolutely undeniable. However... its not five football fields in length.

The bigger super massive chevrons and triangles pose a unique puzzle then. Which article does what, and how come the smaller vehicles can vanish in the blink of an eye? (visual camouflage certainly is highly possible).

Was this entire 'triangle' field a spin off from SDI research? maybe, but i'd also look at it being the forefront of research on the covert side of technology development.

Food for thought and I hope, further discussion.


Side looking and ground penetrating radar platforms. It isn't much of a stretch from the RQ-170, Boeing's Bird of Prey was a demonstrator for some kind of optical stealth.

Granted, this doesn't explain all the sightings so...




posted on Dec, 8 2013 @ 10:40 PM
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Read the book and you'll never say things like that again
about triangular ufos.



posted on Dec, 8 2013 @ 10:50 PM
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KellyPrettyBear
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Read the book and you'll never say things like that again
about triangular ufos.



Just grabbed the Kindle edition. I'll let you know how I find it.



posted on Dec, 8 2013 @ 10:55 PM
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That's cool... the author is NOT my brother in law btw ;-)
I'm just fascinated about the subject and the book, and
it's interesting how much good info on the subject exists.

KPB



posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 06:01 PM
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KellyPrettyBear
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That's cool... the author is NOT my brother in law btw ;-)
I'm just fascinated about the subject and the book, and
it's interesting how much good info on the subject exists.

KPB


Well I finished it. It was worth reading, good information and a whole bunch of cases for folks to poke around with. The common characteristics of the objects that the author lays down makes for some fascinating reading. A friend of mine apparently saw something triangular at night, so I'll have to see if his observations fit the pattern.



posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 06:03 PM
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What is your take on the pattern?



posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 06:39 PM
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KellyPrettyBear
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What is your take on the pattern?



I don't honestly know.
It seems to represent something - but I don't know if it is a physical object, or one of the weird plasma holograph things that I've been reading up on. It certainly complicates the explanation that these are all black project aircraft, since the sightings began well before we had anything of that shape flying around.

Did your sighting have the object moving blunt end first?



posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 07:03 PM
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The flying 'door' is far rarer vehicle on the sighting reports, but there it is. The question I would like to ponder upon is what purpose would a football field sized rectangular vehicle serve ?

My thoughts? an extreme high altitude docking station would be my bet.



posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 07:25 PM
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Did your sighting have the object moving blunt end first?


It had no 'end'. Meaning it was 'blunt 360 degrees'.
Think giant trangular flying cheese wedge.
I think it could have started flying at any angle it wanted,
as it at least visually had no 'tail pipes' at all.

But on the other hand, it DID DEFINITELY fly at a 30 degree
angle, so that I could see the thickness of the thing clearly.
It was flying NE to SW and so I saw not just the front 'chunk'
but one side 'chunk' of thickness. I couldn't see the far
side in it's entirety, but presumably it was a full chunk.
And for an instant I saw the temporarily aft chunk.

So I pretty much saw 3 fully full cheese wedge chunks
of thickness.. that's why I'm 100% certain that it was
not a stealth fighter; not a tr3b or any other 'aircraft'
I've ever seen a picture of, as I've never seen a huge
flying chunk of wisconsin cheese wedge with no
aircraft components whatsoever visible fly off a
manufacturer's runway.

Does that help explain?



posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 07:28 PM
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My thoughts? an extreme high altitude docking station would be my bet


That was buzzing trac homes in a high population area at relatively
low altitude?

Why would it do that?

Who was it docking with at something like 2,000 feet over my house?



posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 08:11 PM
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KellyPrettyBear
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Did your sighting have the object moving blunt end first?


It had no 'end'. Meaning it was 'blunt 360 degrees'.
Think giant trangular flying cheese wedge.
I think it could have started flying at any angle it wanted,
as it at least visually had no 'tail pipes' at all.

But on the other hand, it DID DEFINITELY fly at a 30 degree
angle, so that I could see the thickness of the thing clearly.
It was flying NE to SW and so I saw not just the front 'chunk'
but one side 'chunk' of thickness. I couldn't see the far
side in it's entirety, but presumably it was a full chunk.
And for an instant I saw the temporarily aft chunk.

So I pretty much saw 3 fully full cheese wedge chunks
of thickness.. that's why I'm 100% certain that it was
not a stealth fighter; not a tr3b or any other 'aircraft'
I've ever seen a picture of, as I've never seen a huge
flying chunk of wisconsin cheese wedge with no
aircraft components whatsoever visible fly off a
manufacturer's runway.

Does that help explain?



Well, it certainly makes me lean away from it being a black project aircraft of some kind.
Maybe it WAS a literal cheese wedge - Trickster and all.



posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 08:38 PM
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Well, it certainly makes me lean away from it being a black project aircraft of some kind. f Maybe it WAS a literal cheese wedge - Trickster and all. %


Well it might be a psp manifestation.

but it also looked 'efficient' and 'metallic' and purpose-built.
The circular ring looked functional. The red lights looked
manufactured. The white central light blinked like an aircraft
light.. but was also a powerful and 'long' search beam' in
appearance.

Now if you read "Encounters with Star People" you'll read
about 100% 'real looking' 'UFOs' being touched and entered
by Native Americans.. but sometimes splitting off into
blobs of light and flying off... and later reforming a 'ship'.

So the border between 'spiritual blob' and 'physical' in
the case of some or most UFOs seems to be exactly
zero.

Which if proven, would make some scientists commit
suicide I think. It would be like a giant cosmic turtle
showing up as a component of a working unified
field theory.

KPB



posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 08:41 PM
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KellyPrettyBear
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My thoughts? an extreme high altitude docking station would be my bet


That was buzzing trac homes in a high population area at relatively
low altitude?

Why would it do that?

Who was it docking with at something like 2,000 feet over my house?


Have you ever seen a lift cell for a chevron shaped lighter than air vehicle? if you were to describe it - it would read like ' a deep cheese wedge with blunt sides'.

Put a graphene skin over it and you are describing what you saw. A gigantic flying wedge.



posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 09:26 PM
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These things go mach speed and also change shape
while you watch them?



posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 10:00 PM
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I got this book through Amazon as soon as I heard about it some time back but found it disappointing in that all it reveals about these objects is that we know next to nothing about them, publicly at least.

For those who've never seen one for themselves, you're expected to be skeptical and, in fact, I'd consider it an obligation to take any and all tales of them with a huge grain of salt. I'd never heard of these 'triangles' up to the time when I saw one for myself so I had no pre-conceived ideas about them at all yet what I saw matches quite closely to descriptions of experiences I've read about since that sighting nearly 30 years ago with the exception of lighting - my sighting had no visible lights at all.



posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 10:10 PM
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For what it's worth, or not, there's a NIDS report floating around the webs in pdf format about Black Triangles.



posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 10:21 PM
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I imagine that even super-advanced aliens or cosmic spirits
who can materialize reality, might also be capable of
inventing and using a light switch!

Did the one you saw do any shape-shifting? Either right
away or after a while your mind let you know that there
were a number of images tucked into it and only one
was chosen at that time?

I'd imagine that some people might not see any shape-shifting
and some might see some or a lot.

KPB



posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 10:49 PM
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I observed no shape-shifting but it was difficult to see against the black night sky. I only made out its equilateral triangular shape as it crossed the bright band of the milky way blocking out stars in the background and lost its position as it moved into the much darker southern sky. The military aircraft that pursued it seemed to just give up flying in a circle around where I estimated it to be before returning to base. If any report is ever released it will be in about 3 years time when the 30 year seal on such reports expires.

Having lights would seem to go against the idea of moving covertly through a controlled airspace at night, sounds somewhat counterproductive to me at least so this thing must have been detected by radar. All I know is that it was large, black, dark, totally silent and appeared to defy the 'normal' principles of aerodynamic flight (thrust, lift, etc). A lighter than air craft is a big possibility for what I observed.



posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 10:57 PM
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Thanks for the additional detail.

I seriously think that one of the goals is to keep us perpetually
confused; that's why the sightings are all different enough
to get some people to rant about military or industrial-complex
creators of real technology, to those who follow the ET hypothesis
to those who actually expect it to be a trickster phenomenon.

It's just like religion; convince some people so that they would
sacrifice their own first born (literally) it's so real to them..
so true.. while to others, the whole thing is bollux with not
a single dot of proof.

I wonder when the general population as a whole realizes that
they are being played on an epic scale.

KPB



posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 01:00 AM
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This references the nids report:

nids report reference

The main point of the report is that the black triangles
are mostly being reported flying low over dense population
centers, especially near freeways and military bases;
making no attempt at stealth whatsoever.. with bright
lights in most cases.

The report states this behavior is totally contrary to the
normal behavior of 'experimental military aircraft'.

It seems to indicate a 50/50 split on opinion as to
whether this was military in origin or some other
explanation.
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