Friday, January 30, 2015

UFO Speech Given To Toastmaster's, 1/29/2015

We like to use the term Conspiracy Theory when we are talking about subjects that challenge our perceptions of the world. By calling something a Conspiracy it comforts us by devaluing that idea, as if the cooperation of a group of individuals to commit some kind of evil or questionable action is outside of the scope of reality. We label the people that think about these possibilities as Conspiracy Theorists and we usually tend to think of them as paranoid people with delusional fantasies. UFOs tend to fall under the subject of Conspiracy Theories, especially when we hear about people looking up in the sky and seeing strange things that turn out to be airborne frying pans, Frisbees or other some such more terrestrial phenomenon.

This all changed in September 2001. On that date, 20 courageous, highly ranking and highly credible members of the military and government contractors all spoke out and shared about their experiences with UFOs in a press conference, in Washington D.C., all calling for a Congressional hearing on the matter. They shared personal experiences that they were asked by the government not to share with other military people or their families. The government that asked them to keep this quiet is the same government that states publically that they are not hiding anything on the topic of UFOs. Although the conference was suppressed by the media and no Congressional hearings ever happened, the floodgates opened after the conference and to date several hundred people like them have come out telling what they know.

Captain Robert Salas graduated from the Air Force Academy and spent seven years in active duty from 1964 to 1971. He also held positions at Martin Marietta and Rockwell and spent 21 years at the FAA. He was a Captain at a Nuclear Missile site on the morning of March 16, 1967 where 16 nuclear missiles simultaneously became non-operational or unable  to launch at two different launch facilities immediately after guards saw UFOs hovering above. This was unusual especially considering that these missiles were not connected together, just so that if one ever went down others could launch. The guards above ground could not identify these objects even though they were only about 30 feet away. At a debriefing about the incident, an officer from the Air Force Office of Special Investigations required him to sign a non-disclosure form and told him that he was not to talk about the event to anyone including his family or other military staff. When he later tried to do an investigation of the incident, the Air Force said, "Stop the investigation; do no more on this and in addition do not write a final report." Again, this is very unusual especially in light of the fact that CINC-SAC headquarters was stating that this was of extreme importance to find out exactly what happened here.

Donna Hare was an illustrator for NASA. A technical illustrator by profession, Hare worked as a space illustrator and in the Precision Slide Lab. She illustrated space vehicles, satellites, launch pads, landing sites, lunar maps and much, much more. A technician who developed pictures for NASA directly from live feeds showed her a picture of the moon that had a UFO in them, and told her it was his job to airbrush these out of those pictures before they were released to the public. She at first thought it was some photographic artifact, but he pointed out that this particular artifact left a shadow on the ground above the surface of the moon.  

The stories of multiple witnesses to these craft all have common themes: the ability of these craft to silently hover, or reach incredible speeds in excess of 15,000 miles an hour, the ability to travel at great speeds and then come to a sudden standstill or change directions immediately, all things our aircraft are not capable of.

Another characteristic of these craft is to bleep in and out, as if they are going to another dimension altogether. Another officer witness was in charge of filming a test launch of a nuclear missile and his responsibility was to document that the missile launched properly, that it went through its launch sequence and then present video documentation to his commanding officers. This particular test missile did not carry an active warhead.

Everything went fine, and when the day was done he took the canister to his superiors and went home. The next morning he was called into that office and there waiting for him were his direct supervisor, other high ranking officers and some other civilian gentlemen that he didn’t recognize who were dressed in suits, their affiliation was never made known to him.

They then showed him the film. When the missile got to the top of the sequence, an unidentified disc popped out from nowhere and circled the tip of the speeding missile. While doing so a light came from out of this craft and encircled the tip of the missile as if it were spraying the tip with this light. This would be where the warhead would be if it was loaded. Then the craft disappeared just as it had appeared.

Again as in every case, those in the office reminded him that this was classified and never to speak about it again and that this meeting had never happened. Both this officer and the previous Captain discussed at the missile base both felt that whoever is piloting the craft is very concerned about the development of our nuclear weapons and if we use them to try to destroy one another or our planet that they will  intervene and not allow us to do that. It turns out that after listening to the collective testimony of officers and government contractors that nuclear missile sites and nuclear energy plants are frequently visited by these craft.

Continued efforts by citizens persist in attempting to get the government to acknowledge this phenomenon. There is currently a petition at calling again for Congressional hearings. Perhaps someday this will happen and we will all be in on the secret that perhaps President Reagan was in on when he told Steven Spielberg during the White House screening of Close Encounters, “I’ll bet there aren’t 3 people in this room that know how true this is.” 

Spielberg said someone else got Reagan’s attention after that comment was made and he never got to follow up on those comments. 


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