UFO Conjecture(s)

Saturday, August 16, 2014

UFO Odds and Ends

The Roswell "flying disk" was real; media said so.
What Lonnie Zamora really saw in Socorro?
The Source of Betty Hill's latter ET descriptions?
1897 airship despite what Gilles Fernandez thinks
The Navy squadron Ken Arnold thought were "flying saucers"
               David Rudiak can't get a better image of this? 


  • A piece of Sherlock Holmes detective work: The Roswell press report spells the word 'centre' instead of 'center'. This proves the extract is from a British newspaper, not an American one, doesn't it?

    And no, David Rudiak's analysis of the rolled up piece of paper in Gen. Ramey's hand will never, repeat never, produce anything useful to the discovery of ET intelligence or to science in general.

    But of course that is only a personal opinion.

    By Blogger cda, at Sunday, August 17, 2014  

  • In the United States, you have to ask what event is not contaminated culturally, either as a prelude or in a retrocausal manner? The “Roswell Stone “ is an excellent example of a retrocausal effect from a cultural point of view.
    The “flying disk” framework began this superimposition of cultural bias that remains with a devoted but small following.
    However, as a cultural phenomenon, this patently indoctrinated mindset has erased the more obvious resemblances to other “paranormal” accounts in behaviorisms of both the event and it’s effects. In the uncontaminated cases in Brazil that Pratt and Vallee investigated the physical sensation of simultaneous burning and freezing ( high internal body temperatures) with the long term effect of compromised immune systems is striking when compared to identical effects in some other categories of “ghost” encounters. In Brazil cases, the medical facilities were primitive and no extensive testing of the victims could be accomplished due to the expense. Yet, this “flying disk” circus has made a laughing stock of the subject and no funding to do any serious work has resulted.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Sunday, August 17, 2014  

  • One more curious note..
    It would almost seem as if in both cases the victims were "micro-waved"

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Sunday, August 17, 2014  

  • Can't be what Lonny Zamora saw. No red insignia! Oh, wait. Perhaps it's on the other side.

    By Blogger Dominick, at Sunday, August 17, 2014  

  • @cda

    Wouldn't it be "disc" if a UK paper?


    As a Canadian, I'd like to see "flying disque" -- much more classy.

    By Blogger Terry the Censor, at Sunday, August 17, 2014  

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