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Friday, February 03, 2017

NICAP's UFO Investigator [1965]

This sample page of The UFO Investigator from NICAP for 1965 offered, besides the Pretoria, South Africa UFO encounter witnessed by police officers, two things (circled in red) that I found interesting:
(Mouse over image and click to enlarge for reading.)

An occasional visitor to this blog wondered why I and others think that the U.S. Navy knows more than the U.S. Air Force about the UFO phenomenon.

In all the materials I've read, gathered, and put online over the years, the U.S. Navy's presence keeps showing up in the shadows.

Early on, I presented examples of Navy intrusions in major UFO/flying saucer sightings and events.

Anyone who has followed the UFO enigma for some time, and paid attention, they'd see the Navy's sometimes blatant but often surreptitious handiwork and interest in UFOs.

As in the NICAP piece above, the Navy is never very far from the UFO action.

(I'll have more on this, upcoming.)

The other item, circled in red, deals with the linguistics of a possible extraterrestrial species; it would be different for biological, anatomical, and evolutionary reasons, as I noted a few weeks ago here and have pummeled readers with many times.

No species, from elsewhere in the cosmos, would evolve as we have. Their world and possible civilizations would proceed along such different lines than that of Earth, no similarity to humans would be possible, unless.....(and this for Daniel) humans were "seeded" by an alien race, the Panspermia notion, which I'll be providing more about, in a day or so, from a 1974 Saturday Evening Post article.

RR

6 Comments:

  • If humans were "seeded" by an alien race, long ago, I would assume a host; "female"
    would be required, but depending on what technology may have been, a "substitute host" A large glass Vat, of kind, with all the pluming & electronics:) or just maybe it was more elaborate than that. A large bright white light, and the AIs do the rest. Just speculating:)..I'm not sure that panspermia, the theory of the origin of life, is always going to work, because in this case, we are talking about the seed of man. "That seed needs a host" to develop in. Its not like the seed of a tree, that can fall on the ground and germinate, to develop naturally.

    If the seed of man was to fall on the ground, it might as well fall on a rock...
    If there is no host, pray tell me, how else can it work?............

    By Blogger Daniel, at Saturday, February 04, 2017  

  • I've scanned, Daniel, an article that will answer your questions, and will add it here this weekend.

    You've read, thoroughly, all the material available, on the internet, about panspermia, yes?

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Saturday, February 04, 2017  

  • Of cause, there is the theory of life on land, evolving gradually over time, from the sea or water in general, but even in water, and on land, a host is required, out of two species, to go fourth and multiply.

    I have always been curious why the, fish-eating ocean mammal, "The Seal" Barks like our land friend, the Dog!? There is a close resemblance between the two.

    Did the dog come from the sea? or did he go back to the water in evolution? and the question of; "Which came first, the chicken or the egg?" Well, a pregnant bird with five chicks on board is too heavy for flight, so right there, is an intelligent design...

    We don't think that evolution is the end & all of life on Earth, only a part explanation. Life on Earth has been tampered with, and still is! By man, for a kick off, not to speak of, past history long ago..................

    By Blogger Daniel, at Saturday, February 04, 2017  

  • Daniel:

    Go online and find, to buy, Lecomte du Nouy's Human Destiny.

    This book will fulfill your every intellectual desire to know where man came from and is going.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Saturday, February 04, 2017  

  • Even if I hover over the image and do the mouse click as you demand I get an incredibly low res image that is hardly legible. Perhaps you could, in the future, select a higher resolution mode on your scanner and upload your images a teeny bit more highres?

    Best,

    Theo

    By Blogger Theo Paijmans, at Saturday, February 04, 2017  

  • I just checked the image and it enlarges legibly if one clicks on it; a magnifier glass pops up, increasing the image to a decent size.

    Try reading it on a better computer, Theo.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Saturday, February 04, 2017  

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