UFO

More and more people are seeing unexplainable things in the skies. What are these ‘craft’?

Are they experimental government machines, are they alien craft, are they energy anomalies?

Many sound, normal people report seeing strange things in the sky and this occurs all over the globe.
Are the people all seeing weather balloons?

The main stream science theories are simply- NOT GOOD ENOUGH.

Here is a collection of things from books, eye witnesses, the net, and other sources. Sources will be cited where available..

Ironically, testimony from simple, ordinary folk can therefore be the most valuable. It is essential to focus attention upon the phenomenon reported rather than the identity of the witness or other diversionary issues. When a UFO produces some observable effect in our environment, it should be amenable to scientific analysis; that is, it should have a scientific explanation.
All observed effects of UFOs, except purely mechanical processes and artifacts, carry implications of
electromagnetic and gravitational fields in their vicinity.
Technical studies of individual effects can establish limits to the parameters of those fields. So detailed studies of the wide range of effects should lead to a significant understanding of the UFO field. Limitations deduced from one effect may well be different from those of another,
and still another.
Previous studies by the author and others have converged upon microwave radiation from UFOs as a candidate
cause of many of their effects. – J. McCampbell, physics engineer

Hitler’s Prototype for a UFO-looking flying machine

PAUL HILL: UFO chart

A Roper Poll claimed that nearly four million Americans have had certain “indicator” experiences and therefore had probably been abducted by aliens. But a study of 126 school children and 224 undergraduates shows knowledge of aliens is related more to watching television than to having the relevant experiences.

Sleep-Paralysis Experience

In a typical sleep-paralysis episode, a person wakes up paralyzed, senses a presence in the room, feels fear or even terror, and may hear buzzing and humming noises or see strange lights. A visible or invisible entity may even sit on their chest, shaking, strangling, or prodding them. Attempts to fight the paralysis are usually unsuccessful. It is reputedly more effective to relax or try to move just the eyes or a single finger or toe.

SIGHT

Almost everything known about UFOs is derived from direct, visual observation of unfamiliar things in the sky,
or, occasionally, on the ground. In addition, many witnesses have reported strange creatures associated with UFOs
and involuntary visits aboard the craft, but as these aspects are covered elsewhere, they are ignored here.

HEARING

1.
Bullets
Several witnesses have responded to an approaching UFO in the manner of the Old West, that is, by drawing a
bead and firing with a rifle or pistol. The bullets have been heard to strike metallic surfaces and whine off in
ricochets.
2
Also, the landing of nearby UFOs has been heard as a thud such as would be expected from a not-so-
gentle setdown of a ponderous machine.
3
While these sounds offer no clues to the UFO fields, they suggest that the
objects under study are not imaginary, vaporous, holograms, ball lightning, or earthquake lights.
A survey of close encounter cases by the author classified five distinct types of sounds emanating from UFOs.
4
They were:
VIOLENT
(roar, explosion)
LOW PITCH
(hum, buzz)
RUSH OF AIR
(whoosh, swish)
HIGH PITCH
(shrill, whistle)
SIGNALS
(beeps, pulses)
2. Violent
Very early in the morning of September 30, 1980, near Sale, Southern Australia, George Blackwell awoke to a
whistling sound. It came from a wingless craft 8 m. across that displayed colored lights as it spun. It flew slowly at
low altitude, finally settling to the ground near a large water tank. The witness approached to within 15 m. when the
whistling sound became very loud. Then he heard an awful bang, accompanied by a blast of air and heat as the
object took off vertically and flew away.
5, 8
A highway patrolman saw a strange object sitting on the ground in the San Joaquin Valley of California. It was
early morning on a wintry day. Suddenly, the object became surrounded by a mist. Then a brilliant glow appeared as
the object rose off the ground. A few seconds later, he heard an explosion as the UFO departed. The sound was
clearly a shock wave from the UFO as the time delay was appropriate for the distance and the speed of sound.

SMELL

The idea that UFOs might produce some unique odors originally carried a touch of humor. But they really do!
An early survey of the literature turned up 18 cases where witnesses noticed peculiar odors and attempted to
describe them. Comparisons with sulphur dioxide, as in rotten eggs, were the most numerous. Other descriptions
referred to benzene and its derivatives. Finally, a number of descriptions almost certainly identified ozone.
Explanation
Irradiation of various gases with microwaves produces a wide variety of gas atoms and free radicals, the required
components for chemical reactions. In air, nitric oxide is produced. The efficiency of this reaction is greatly
enhanced when the radiation is pulsed. Ethane and methane are decomposed, but benzene is stable in the radiation.
In other words, a pulsed source of microwaves in air can generate nitric oxide and, in subsequent reactions, the
benzene family that has been detected near UFOs. As benzene is not decomposed by the field, any formed would
tend to accumulate to detectable concentrations. These concentrations need not be great considering the extreme
sensitivity of the olfactory sense. Oxidation of sulphur by microwaves has been accomplished in the laboratory,
namely conversion of sulphur dioxide to sulphur trioxide. Similar oxidation of sulphur, contaminating the
atmosphere from automobiles and other sources, into sulphur dioxide could well account for the most commonly
reported sulphurous odors.

TASTE

Three hunters in the Ocala National Forest of Florida were looking for a lost deerhound at 9:00 p.m. on
December14, 1975. They spotted a hemispherical object 8 m. high with 5 “legs” about 4.5 m. long. Emitting a
bright blue-white light, it hovered over a power line then moved away as the witness approached to within about
200 m. During the half-hour observation, their CB radio failed, a humming sound was heard, a strange odor hung in
the air, and “…they had a funny metallic taste in their mouths.”
A Canadian case on October 23, 1967, involving 17 witnesses and 5 objects seems to be significant although the
details were poorly described. A real estate salesman approached to within 200 m. of objects that had landed in a
vacant lot. “Everything he ate tasted the same and there was a taste of copper or metal in his mouth.” The objects
flew away over some power lines that lighted up and the salesman’s car and the steel flagpole at the show house
were later found to be magnetized.
Explanation
Recalling these and other such reports, the author’s curiosity was raised by a casual remark of a friend. She had
undergone a treatment of electrolysis for hair removal. When the electrode was placed on the cheek, she experienced
a taste sensation “like eating tinfoil” that lasted about 15 minutes after the treatment. The implication was obvious.
Some electrical or magnetic effect produced the same sensation in an electrolysis patient as in a UFO witness! A
professional electrologist furnished some details. Low-voltage electricity is applied to a hair root at 13.56 MHz or
with direct current. In her experience, the taste occurred only when using DC. It is most prominent during an “after
treatment” on the lower portion of the face using, as a cathode, a freely rotating conducting cylinder covered with
damp gauze. The author reluctantly submitted to such treatment and decisively experienced the phenomenon as the
device rolled over the cheeks, lips, chin, and especially the jaws. The taste is hard to describe and the word
“metallic” came to mind but seemed inadequate. There was a tingling component and a strange bitterness. The
location on the tongue was the lower edge of the front half where the tongue contacts the teeth.

Interesting Map: hope you can read it correctly- comes from another website in the UK..clickable.

Interpretative Grid of the UFO Phenomenon Version française

Translation by George Hoskins

EFFECTS

SOURCES CAUSES

Luminous UFO, close (CE1) or remote Solid-looking UFO, close (CE1) or remote Physical effects (CE2) :


Frightened animal or baby…

Engine or radio failure, power failure, TV interference …

Burned ground, radiation, depressions on surface vegetation or earth…

Movement of objects, knocking sounds…

Detection by radar

Subject paralysed, unusual feelings…

Physical marks or wounds on the subject

Material implants in the subject’s body

Missing time, different perception of the elapse of time

Extraordinary gift, miraculous healing

Death of subject, spontaneous abortion

Objects ejected or left behind by UFOs, fall of “angel’s hair

Appearance of beings (CE3), hallucination (incoherent account) Abduction by beings (CE4), hallucination (incoherent account) Appearance of Men in Black (MIB) and black helicopters, appearance of bigfoot Crop circles Cattle mutilations
Natural Misperception

Stars, meteor, halo, electromagnetic phenomenon in the atmosphere, optical illusion… Lenticulate cloud formation, cloud of birds or insects, optical illusion… Effects of electromagnetic field (geological origin…) Effects of electromagnetic field (geological origin…) Mark of a natural origin

Effects of electromagnetic field (geological origin…)

Electromagnetic phenomenon, temperature inversion Effects of electromagnetic field (geological origin…) on the brain Effects of electromagnetic field (geological origin…) on the subject

Accidental implant or generated by the body if biological materials

Effects of electromagnetic field (geological origin…) on the brain

Effects of electromagnetic field (geological origin…) on the subject Effects of electromagnetic field (geological origin…) on the subject Meteorological phenomenon for “angel’s hair

Effects of electromagnetic field (geological origin…) on the temporal lobe Effects of electromagnetic field (geological origin…) on the temporal lobe

Predators for simple cases

Human Misperception

Satellite, atmospheric re-entry, dirigible, helicopter, aircraft, electromagnetic phenomenon on high-tension lines, optical illusion… Weather balloon, dirigible, helicopter, aircraft, military aircraft prototype or reconnaissance craft… Effects of electromagnetic radiation (electrical apparatus, high-tension lines, transmitter…) Effects of electromagnetic radiation (electrical apparatus, high-tension lines, transmitter…) Mark of a human origin

Effects of electromagnetic radiation (electrical apparatus, high-tension lines, transmitter…), temporal epileptic fit

Weather balloon, dirigible, helicopter, aircraft, military aircraft prototype or reconnaissance craft… Effects of electromagnetic radiation (electrical apparatus, high-tension lines, transmitter…) on the brain Effects of electromagnetic radiation (electrical apparatus, high-tension lines, transmitter…) on the subject, temporal epileptic fit Medical or accidental implant

Effects of electromagnetic radiation (electrical apparatus, high-tension lines, transmitter…) on the brain

Effects of electromagnetic radiation (electrical apparatus, high-tension lines, transmitter…) on the subject Effects of electromagnetic radiation (electrical apparatus, high-tension lines, transmitter…) on the subject, effects of drugs… Radar decoys ejected from military aircraft

Effects of electromagnetic radiation (electrical apparatus, high-tension lines, transmitter…) on the temporal lobe, effects of drugs, alcohol… Effects of electromagnetic radiation (electrical apparatus, high-tension lines, transmitter…) on the temporal lobe, effects of drugs, alcohol…

Deliberate deceit Deliberate deception, prank, mythomania False account, trick photo, projection of light, kite, illuminated balloon… False account, trick photo… False account False account, staged event (fake failure) False account, staged event (fake markings) False account, staged event

False account

False account, staged event (fake marks) False account, staged event (fake implant) False account False account, staged event (fake illness) False account, staged event, poisoning… False account, staged event (fake materials) False account

False account

False account, staged event (fake MIB, fake bigfoot) Fake circles produced by hoaxers… Fake mutilations produced by hoaxers (or thefts…) with a knife

Activities of a sect False account, trick photo, projection of light… False account, trick photo… False account False account, staged event (fake failure) False account, staged event (fake markings) False account, staged event

False account, use of drugs

False account, staged event (fake marks) False account, staged event (fake implant) False account, use of drugs False account, staged event (fake illness) False account, staged event, poisoning… False account, staged event (fake materials) False account, use of drugs

False account, use of drugs

False account, staged event (fake MIB, fake bigfoot) Staged event (fake circles)

Staged event (fake mutilations), satanic ritual

Military False account, trick photo, projection of light, projection of plasma, holographic projection… False account, trick photo, piloted or radio-controlled saucer… False account, deliberately produced electromagnetic radiation False account, staged event (fake failure), deliberately produced electromagnetic radiation False account, staged event (fake markings, landing of a fake saucer) False account, staged event, deliberately produced electromagnetic radiation False account, detection of a fake saucer, a radar decoy or a projection of plasma False account, use of drugs, electromagnetic radiation directed at the subject’s brain False account, staged event (fake marks), electromagnetic radiation directed at the subject, LSD, hypnotic suggestion False account, staged event (fake implant), surveillance or control implant trial False account, use of drugs, electromagnetic radiation directed at the subject’s brain False account, staged event (fake illness), electromagnetic radiation directed at the subject False account, staged event, poisoning, microwave cannon or radiation directed at the subject False account, staged event (fake materials) False account, staged event (fake beings), projection of light, microwave cannon directed at the subject’s brain False account, staged event (abduction, use of drugs, hypnotic suggestion), microwave cannon directed at the subject’s brain False account, staged event (fake MIB, fake bigfoot), helicopters of the secret services Use of a microwave laser cannon fired from a low-orbit satellite, a plane or a dirigible balloon The animals are killed on the ground (by aerial shot or from the ground) then an operative on the ground carries out removal of the organs
Paranormal Hypothesis of communication with a parallel universe (PUH), poltergeist and “stigmata effect”

The consciousness of the subject contacts the parallel universe, objective vision The consciousness of the subject contacts the parallel universe, objective vision

Poltergeist generated by one of the subjects

Poltergeist generated by one of the subjects

The consciousness of the subject enters the parallel universe, with possible out-of-body experience “Stigmata effect” of the subject on himself “Stigmata effect” of the subject on himself for biological materials Differing elapse of time in the parallel universe “Stigmata effect” of the subject on himself (principle of “faith”)

The consciousness of the subject contacts the parallel universe, objective vision The consciousness of the subject contacts the parallel universe, objective vision The consciousness of the subject contacts the parallel universe, objective vision

Extraterrestrial (for the record) Extraterrestrial
hypothesis (ETH)
Extraterrestrial spaceship

Extraterrestrial spaceship

Extraterrestrial presence

Electromagnetic radiation

Flying saucer landing

Extraterrestrial spaceship

Paralysing weapon

Extraterrestrial experiment

Extraterrestrial experiment

Extraterrestrial influence

Extraterrestrial technology

Extraterrestrial influence

Extraterrestrial materials

Extraterrestrial beings

Abduction by extraterrestrials

Secret services and extraterrestrials

Messages from extraterrestrials

Extraterrestrial experiments

Last update of this grid: 30 Aug 2007

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