posted by RRRGroup at
Monday, November 09, 2009
Yesterday, you had the "V" floating above the three horizontal lines. Today you have the V superimposed over the three lines, which is closer, but the V should be upside down. I can appreciate the humor of playing around, but, according to Ray Stanford, the actual symbol observed by Zamora was an inverted V overlaying the three horizontal lines, in other words with the V inverted, or apex point side up. Flip your current graphic and you'll be close enough.
By steve sawyer, at Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Thanks,We're trying to determine exactly what Officer Zamora saw and reported.The "symbol" is a major clue as far as we're concerned.
By RRRGroup, at Wednesday, November 11, 2009
That symbol seems tantalizingly familiar. I've been searching the US Patent and Trademark Office's TESS database to see if I can find it. I swear, and of course this may simply be coincidence, that I have seen that image used as the logo for some company. I can picture it in my head as a stylized "A" but can't recall the context.
By Cullan Hudson, at Thursday, November 12, 2009
Cullan:We too have looked at various venues for a logo or graphic from a company or organization that mimics the Socorro symbol.Dr. Davidson did this when he ascribed the logo to the CIA many years ago.Unfortunately, he was working with the contrived symbol and not the real one, that has been hidden from the public purportedly.(We also spent a lot of time seeking and finding similarities within the Hughes Toolco and Aircraft "businesses" -- which we contend was responsible for the Socorro craft.)If the new symbol, as defined by UFO researcher Ray Stanford is the authentic symbol seen by Zamora, we believe it may be the clue to who or what promulgated the Socorro event: ET, Hughes (with CIA help), or NM Tech hoaxers.Let us know if you find anything close to what is, allegedly, the insignia that Lonnie Zamora viewed during his experience.RR
By RRRGroup, at Thursday, November 12, 2009
Okay, it suddenly hit me: The chevron bisected by the three lines reminds me of the Comic Code Autority emblem, which was a stylized CCA that had all these horizontal lines emanating from it.
By Cullan Hudson, at Friday, November 13, 2009
Cullan:The CCA emblem is close, but not close enough.RR
By RRRGroup, at Friday, November 13, 2009
Yeah, I seriously doubt it was in anyway the emblem seen, but it does answer my own personal nagging question about what that Socorro insignia reminded me of.
The original insignia as drawn by Zamora showing the arrow pointing up to an arc and a line below it is actually on my Family Shield.The shield is a white cross of St Andrew on a black background.The insignia appears on the bottom right oftheshield. The family name is Pilling and it is Norse in origin. It also has some connectin with the Connolly family. It is a Lancashire UK family.
By bacupmal, at Saturday, December 12, 2009
Hello All, I met Dr. Hynek in 1979 at the University of Il Chicago Circle campus. I asked him about the insignia. He drew a copy inside of his book for me. It had no line in the middle. Just an arc above an arrow and a vertical line under it. see:http://www.frontierscience.us/sitebuilder/images/socorro1-840x733.jpg
By Anonymous, at Friday, October 29, 2010
Anon:The symbol, drawn by Zamora, is in dispute.See more recent posts here.RR
By RRRGroup, at Friday, October 29, 2010
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