posted by RRRGroup at
Monday, November 05, 2007
This is a joke right?This paper is pure conjecture.He references a CIA saucer program,with no proof, and then goes on to speculate on the DIA, and the Russians. This guy has NO proofand is guessing. Nice...Is this the best of your "evidence"?
By star_man, at Wednesday, November 07, 2007
Star_Man:Leon Davidson provided much material about Project Bluebook and other UFO-related matters.His Socorro-CIA conjecture is bolstered by CIA and Navy documents online here (and elsewhere) which makes his hypotheses more interesting than many others that get "credence" in the UFO community.You would do well to seek out the supplemental materials that augment Dr. Davidson's "valid" views.
By RRRGroup, at Wednesday, November 07, 2007
Can we circle back and expand on the earlier evidence that the Socorro Insignia was a logo for Hughes Aircraft? You indicated you had supporting evidence for this theory many months back - but it never made it off the private website. C'mon, Rich, inquiring minds want to know! : )JoeDepartment 47
By bookseller01, at Wednesday, November 07, 2007
Joe:We have (or had) the Hughes logo that looked like the Socorro insignia online, overtly.I'll see if I can locate it, and will re-submit it here (or at one of the public sites).RRR
Hi,This reminds me of a post Greg Bishop placed over at UFO Mystic containing some alleged alien writing transcribed by a contactee.The gentleman's handwriting was terribly sloppy. While there was some Greek, Phoenician etc lettering ( about four alphabets)within it, I wrote this off as it was both beside the point and highly probable it was coincidental, not intentional, but the handwriting was nearly illegible...they certainly picked a poor transcriptionist! However it was an enjoyable exercise. As far as the CIA insignia, I tend to think its unlikely as its counterintuitive to their mission to label their technology as to their pride of ownership, and nearly every major CIA project is subbed out to other contractors, as a black box through the military as a GC,where the assembly pieces are black boxed themselves through various vendors to avoid disclosing the covert nature of the design and are later assembled as a whole at a secure location. However, that being said, I recall seeing this insignia somewhere else....I cant recall where, and if I come up with it, I'll pass it along.
By Bruce Duensing, at Friday, November 09, 2007
Thanks, Bruce...We have a full exposition on the Socorro insignia (symbol) online at one of our blogs or web-sites, and we'll reproduce that material here this coming week -- we hope.[We lost our main computer last week, and are trying to bring up material from back-ups on other computers here. The Hughes-Socorro logo and other insignia(s) are in the materials we're relocating.]RRR
By RRRGroup, at Friday, November 09, 2007
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