UFO Conjectures

Monday, June 02, 2014

Roswell heating up again?

In anticipation of The Roswell research team’s [aka The Roswell Dream Team] impending public disclosure of the co-called Roswell slides?

This from our colleague, Spanish UFO researcher Jose Antonio Caravaca:

“Declarations by Alan Davis (NASA telecommunications engineer during the Apollo XI Project. Appointed to the Island of Antigua. 1969) to 2 Spanish  researchers, José Luis Hermida and Pepe Ortiz in 1992. Asked if NASA has evidence of "intelligent life" outside this planet, Davis replied that; "If one of these tests has to do with an incident in 1947 in New Mexico when, for reasons unknown a UFO had to make an emergency landing. A specialist team traveled to the area. There were 3 extraterrestrial creatures, 2 of them were dead, they were not breathing and had no pulsations. Now if you think they were green creatures like cartoons are wrong. No, these were as a human being, nothing 6 fingers or green skin, were similar to anyone you see on the street. As I have understood had blood and internal organs were the same as ours. One of the beings survived the forced landing was alive. He had a pretty big bleeding and needed a transfusion, but had little time for analysis, so we ended up dying. The artifact is about 12 meters in diameter.”

And this link from Anthony Bragalia, which he found interesting, as do I:



  • I append an extract (dated 1999) from the ufo.bbs.com website that you quoted:

    "The following excerpt is from a source that has information pertaining to the Roswell incident. Certain individuals have been communicating with him for a while and he has information he wishes to share." And so on.....

    Anthony Bragalia found it "interesting". You also.

    Big deal!

    Interesting as what? Why is this 'source' still not identified after 15 years, or shouldn't I ask silly questions?

    Words (almost) fail me.

    By Blogger cda, at Monday, June 02, 2014  

  • I forgot to mention that "The Sentinel" (mentioned on the said website) just happens to be the title of my local newspaper in the UK.

    I doubt very much, however, that they have the slightest interest in this subject.

    By Blogger cda, at Monday, June 02, 2014  

  • CDA:

    I find almost everything interesting, even the dopiest stuff, like some of the comments here.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Monday, June 02, 2014  

  • Not those dratted slides again! As for ex-NASA guy unless he has some evidence to back up his claims they serve no purpose but to draw the ire of sceptics and the credulous embrace of true believers.

    By Blogger Ross, at Monday, June 02, 2014  

  • Rich,

    Are you talking about my comments again? lol

    I can't take Mr Davis very seriously... it seems he's a big thing on the "Spanish Circuit" but nothing in the US [that I could find] of course.

    As for the 3D CAD images of LGM... that's a pretty poor model. There are more accurate models available from a number of 3d Model stores on line. Sorry but I have to wonder at why the images so tiny and why are they so grainy? Why are they in two different image formats? Then there is "They have not confirmed it's authenticity but will leave it to the viewer to decide." Which is to say "we know its fake but if you want to believe this... stuff... well that's o.k with us."

    Tell me how do you confirm authenticity of a picture of a picture of a picture done on a green screen video monitor?

    So no I don't find either of these things interesting. Show me a dead alien, the DNA test results, and a committee from the NSF swearing this is the real thing then there is a chance it might not be a hoax.... but "she said \ he said \ Magic Mogul Majestik Master swears it's true on a stack of holy books with a 67 Year old Ektachrome Slide on top mean nothing at all.

    Let's move on to something more interesting... like the science of how these alleged machines do what they do... oh wait no body knows that... according to sources we're either reverse engineering it or we're too primitive to understand it. Alas... it's probably the latter.

    By Blogger Joel Crook, at Monday, June 02, 2014  

  • Weren't those graphics of alien anatomy shown to be created out of whole cloth for the infamous "UFO Coverup:Live!" television show?

    By Blogger Capt Steve, at Monday, June 02, 2014  

  • Right, "UFO Cover-Up? Live." Here's some comments on the alien graphics from Jacques Vallee's Revelations page 43:
    "The production, to which New York writer John Keel now refers as the "revoltingly amateurish Strawberry Ice Cream Show," was so badly scripted and directed that some of the professionals associated with it balked at the finished product. One of my technical friends, for instance, who was responsible for making up the computer simulations of alien anatomy and the mysterious numbers, demanded that his name be deleted from the credits."

    By Blogger Curt Collins, at Tuesday, June 03, 2014  

  • Curt:

    You are right but there's more about this. However I'm not able to disclose it, but you and others will get a clarification upcoming by someone who knows what it's all about.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Tuesday, June 03, 2014  

  • Curt:

    UFO Coverup Live despite seeming like the usual trash TV was a lot more interesting than might have been appreciated by most. It outed the 'Area 51' moniker prior to it being mentioned publicly by anyone else. It also revealed the parapsychology program many years before it was officially declassified.

    By Blogger Ross, at Tuesday, June 03, 2014  

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