UFO Conjectures

Monday, February 06, 2012

UFO codes, mental Interceptions, or just plain coincidence?

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Rummaging through some old material I found some UFO symbols we’ve highlighted before and noted how similar some of them are to each other or to symbols of notorious UFO sightings.

For instance, Eddie Laxon, of Temple, Texas noted these markings on an alleged UFO in 1966:


And Morris Heflin, of Oklahoma City in April/May 1971 indicated he saw this on a UFO:


Then we have the symbol/insignia that Lonnie Zamora drew after his UFO encounter of 1964:

Stylized representation

(Zamora’s drawing has been compromised by the machinations of Ray Stanford (who insists the United States Air Force with the complicity of J. Allen Hynek had Zamora draw a pseudo-symbol to make sure a hoaxer wouldn’t use the “real” symbol in a bogus account, or something like that).

But if Zamora’s drawing is, in fact, the symbol he saw, one drawn from a sighting of 1964/65 is similar:


Do these representations authenticate each other?

Or has a kind of mental infection produced the images, across time and space?

Or are we dealing with coincidental hoaxing?

And then there is the possibility that the perceived markings are what was actually seen, and provide clues to the sightings appended to them.

The numbers 4,7, and 8 in the first two examples above could have been part of a prototypical aircraft, but no one followed up on that possibility at the time, accepting the sightings as other-worldly, as was the bias at the time by “ufologists” (and still is).

The Zamora insignia is more probably as indicated, despite Stanford’s attempt to make it otherwise.

And it’s a major clue as to what Zamora saw, as we’ve written over and over again: Bragalia saying it’s part of his hoax scenario and we saying it’s part of the Hughes Aircraft/CIA flight that mis-landed in Socorro.

But what about the similar drawing in the same time-frame?


Do we have UFO code here? Or something else?

And why don’t we get reports of such symbols or markings from today’s sightings?



  • The last symbol could be a fraction based on Tau, which is the golden ratio which the divisor may be some astronomic measurement ( distance, circumference of the moon) In mathematics and the arts, two quantities are in the golden ratio if the ratio of the sum of the quantities to the larger quantity is equal to the ratio of the larger quantity to the smaller one.
    A strange alchemical arrangement or pure nonsense.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Monday, February 06, 2012  

  • I forgot to add that aside from the Tau, the other symbol (the half crescent) is the astronomical symbol for the moon, not something I creatively pulled from my back pocket. A important distinction.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Wednesday, February 08, 2012  

  • BTW..
    The entire glyph I was referring to ( if it represents anything ) seems to me to be mathematical. Notice the double bar's resemblance to computer encoding as program language, and the bracketing arrangements and in the bottom bracket it seems to be drawing a distinction with the dot.
    The Lonnie glyph is easier with the bracket tying an upward symbol with ?, that bottom character is the key I suspect. It's interesting as a game to play with what if anything they might mean.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Wednesday, February 08, 2012  

  • Bruce,

    The Zamora drawing, which we're dealing with in a new post (above) is computer-oriented and suggests, to us, that Hughes techies placed it on their prototype.

    A study of Hughes Aircraft and Toolco shows that Hughes staffers were into computer coding much before anyone else.

    Bragalia will contend that NMIT students placed the symbol on their "balloon."

    His conjecture is iffy, and I'm showing why in the new post.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Wednesday, February 08, 2012  

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