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Roots of debunking

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posted on Jan, 11 2003 @ 12:25 PM
This history appears incredible, but there are many original documents to prove it, documents that our Center ( Italian National Center on UFO's Matters, since 1965, chaired by Mr.. Roberto Pinotti studied during several years before publishing information in question, of the documents checked using chemical tests by an indepandent scientist.

In these documents, one finds observations of UFO above Venice and Mestre in 1936, a cigar and two flying saucers (one of them ressembling to Saturn) pursued by an Italian military aircraft (there are two drawings on top).

According to the man who had these documents (secret reports/ratios, personal diary, and other files of the fascist period), a flying saucer would have landed in 1933 in Italy (perhaps close to Milan): it was recovered by the fascist secret police, the OVRA and witnesses and journalists were reduced to silence.

Following this episode, Mussolini created Cabinet RS/33, a secret office, to study these strange machines (it thought that they was foreign secret apparatuses). Cabinet RS/33 was directed per G.Marconi, with the scientists Dallauri, Pirotta, Crocco, of Blasi, Giordani of the Royal Academy of Sciences.

Between 1933 and 1940, Cabinet RS/33 collected many observations of UFO "before the letter".

In 1938, Adolf Hitler, during its voyage in Italy (Rome, Naples and Florence) met Mussolini and obtained from him documents and material relating to the flying saucers (later, the Nazis built V-7).

In 1943, under the Social Republic Italian, many documents were recovered by the Nazis (others not. .. we have them! ). Thus "not-official" ufology (with secret commissions , debunking and cover-operations) was born in Italy in 1933 and not in the USA in 1947.

Link ( Sorry, it's in french.

posted on Jan, 12 2003 @ 12:26 AM
...and it has annoying music! (not UP's fault. Interesting page.)

(UP, I managed to figure out a few sentences and then had to give up and go translate with Babelfish. But...I'm learing. Slowly!)

posted on Jan, 12 2003 @ 01:11 AM
Sorry Byrd. I didn't want to annoy you.

May be you have to look for a better internet based translator.

posted on Jun, 6 2010 @ 08:02 PM


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