UFO Conjecture(s)

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Another Roswell hoax from a few years ago....

Excerpts from ALIEN INTERVIEW [2008] Edited by Lawrence R. Spencer [Author of The Oz Factors]

What Mr. Spencer tells us about this (from the book which is available from Amazon.com):

The content of this book is primarily excerpted from the letter, interview transcripts and personal notes I received from the late Matilda O'Donnell MacElroy. Her letter to me asserts that this material is based on her recollection of communication with an alien being, who "spoke" with her telepathically. During July and August of 1947 she interviewed an extraterrestrial being who she identifies as "Airl", and whom she claims was and continues to be an officer, pilot and engineer who was recovered from flying saucer that crashed near Roswell, New Mexico on July 8th, 1947.

What "Army nurse" MacElroy imparts (excerpted):

"When the news that there had been a crash was received at the base, I was asked to accompany Mr. Cavitt, the Counter Intelligence Officer, 18 (Footnote) to the crash site as the driver of his vehicle, and to render any needed emergency medical assistance to any survivors, if necessary. Therefore, I briefly witnessed the wreckage of an alien space craft, as well as the remains of the several alien personnel aboard the craft who were already dead.

"None of the other personnel present could communicate with the survivor, as the being did not communicate verbally or by any recognizable signs. However, while I examined the "patient" for injuries I immediately detected and understood that the alien being was attempting to communicate with me by "mental images", or "telepathic thought", which projected directly from the mind of the being.

"I immediately reported this phenomenon to Mr. Cavitt. As no other person present could perceive these thoughts, and the alien seemed able and willing to communicate with me, it was decided, after a brief consultation with a senior officer, that I would accompany the surviving alien back to the base.

"Although I was never left entirely alone with the alien, as there were always military personnel, intelligence agency people and a variety of other officials present from time to time, I did have uninterrupted access to and communication with the alien being for nearly six weeks."

MacElroy's female alien (Airl):

"Airl is currently stationed at a base in the asteroid belt which she refers to as a "space station" in the solar system of Earth. First and foremost, Airl is herself. Secondarily, she voluntarily serves as an Officer, Pilot and Engineer in The Domain Expeditionary Force. In that capacity she has duties and responsibilities, but she is at leave to come and go as she pleases also."

Mrs. Matilda O'Donnell MacElroy
Senior Master Sergeant
Women's Army Air Force Medical Corp, Retired
100 Troytown Heights
Navan, Meath
Co. Meath, Ireland

A site explaining the hoax:

http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?6865-HOAX-Lawrence-Spencer-s-ALIEN-INTERVIEW

So, you see, Roswell is grist for many hoaxes, not just the recent one.

And that's a shame, as the Roswell incident, whether a real ET crash or just a mythos, derived from an odd event near Roswell in 1947, could provide much for sociologists. psychiatrists, folklorists, and other disciplines involved with or in the machinations of the human species.

RR

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