UFO Conjectures

Sunday, November 09, 2014

The Socorro symbol/insignia seems to be my obsession, but is it?

This is the description, by the Air Force, for its Command Emblem:

The globe reflects the command's global capabilities and the golden wings represent the dominance in the air and reflect our lineage to the Army Air Corps. The blue field alludes to the sky, the primary domain of the Air Force. The star represents clarity of purpose to maintain readiness and deter adversaries. The red disc symbolizes past and present Airmen who have made individual sacrifices to achieve mission goals. The lightning flashes, symbolic of speed and power, represent our war-fighting mission should deterrence fail, and remind us of our lineage to Strategic Air Command.

When a logo or emblem, like this, is created, it has a meaning behind the elements in the thing.

Earthians like to do that; it is de rigueur for those designing and using the emblem or logo.

This means, for me, that the Socorro insignia/symbol, which is a human an artifact, not an alien artifact (as I've pointed out in previous postings) will tell us who was responsible for the "craft" seen by Police Officer Zamora.

The problem is, which insignia did he really see? The one he drew or the one that some said was the real one?
The reason I keep harping on this, is that once the symbol is found, it will eliminate the "sighting" or event from the ET/UFO lore, finally.



  • Even if what Zamora witnesses is definitively proven to be of human manufacture, his sighting is irrevocably part of the UFO mythology, at the very least because what he witnessed was unidentified, was investigated as such (c.f., the famous FBI photographs of the landing traces). All the humanity of the symbol establishes is the equally mysterious human element (hoax, propaganda, conspiracy, etc.) in the mythology...

    By Blogger Bryan Sentes, at Sunday, November 09, 2014  

  • Bryan:

    I'd like to know who was the originator of the craft....(I truly think it was Hughes and his minions) but, either way, like the Piltdown hoax, the instigator fascinates.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Sunday, November 09, 2014  

  • ...and so the coy tight-lipped goddess Mystery seduces us...

    By Blogger Bryan Sentes, at Sunday, November 09, 2014  

  • Rich, this brings back memories concerning the semantics behind AF unit's shields and patches.

    My old squadron patch, 490th Missile Squadron, showed a sword penetrating the center of a target. It's meaning is obvious.

    It would appear to me that the Socorro symbol is corporate in nature. If you review AF shields and patches, the Socorro image is not there. The Socorro image has no military meaning or story, if you will.

    Military insignia conveys the unique mission for the command/unit. Corporate symbols convey ownership. Which is the crux of your speculation, I believe?

    By Blogger Tim Hebert, at Sunday, November 09, 2014  

  • I think so too Tim, more like a sop to engineering or technology rather than military, although I posted, a while back some possible military connection(s).


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Sunday, November 09, 2014  

  • The engineers at Northrop painted a black widow insignia on the belly of their YF-23 stealth fighter prototype during testing, but had to remove it because their military bosses objected since it was not officially sanctioned.

    By Blogger Ron, at Sunday, November 09, 2014  

  • Any picture of that, Ron?


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Sunday, November 09, 2014  

  • Yep, Rich. Here:

    By Blogger Ron, at Sunday, November 09, 2014  

  • Grazie, Ron....but it doesn't look like a "black widow" to me.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Sunday, November 09, 2014  

  • One must know his arachnids:

    By Blogger Ron, at Sunday, November 09, 2014  

  • Thanks again, Ron.

    You enlighten.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Sunday, November 09, 2014  

  • Down here in the South, they talk about the effects of what they call "The Lost Cause" not so much about the issue of slavery ( of course ) but the toll it had on folks.

    This one is ( like many in Ufology), a lost cause in my opinion. Not that taking one incident off the list of countless alleged encounters to get to the bottom of the overriding mystery ( thats admirable) is pointless or may be fruitless but rather, there is so much evidence that such and such was misinterpreted ( like Roswell etc) yet once in the public domain, it is stuck as an ambivalent possibility, even in the absence of any conclusive evidence.

    Hughes more than likely worked with the military ( thats common ..private contracts to avoid disclosure) and I suspect their confidentiality agreements as part of the contract were and are ironclad.

    I suspect this is still going on with the Bigelow bunch.

    Heres an interesting interview...some squirming involved. Nobody seems willing to dig deeper

    I found some intriguing hints that they are in this deeper than they admit. Again disclosure agreement between ( in this case ) NASA and Bigelow as well as information sharing is occurring.


    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Monday, November 10, 2014  

  • Greetings,




    By Blogger Gilles Fernandez, at Monday, November 10, 2014  

  • Thanks Gilles,

    We've seen this a few times and have placed the link online here, because it's interesting and uses many graphics from our postings, which you note (somewhat).


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Monday, November 10, 2014  

  • Gilles comment naturally made me think of what else he would be doing if it weren't for the UFO.
    He might have more in common with what he disavows then he realizes.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Monday, November 10, 2014  

  • Hughes and Arthur Young?


    By Blogger Parakletos, at Monday, November 10, 2014  

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