Project Blue Book was a systematic study of the UFO phenomena conducted by the United States Air Force from 1952 through 1970. Its goals were to determine if UFOs were a threat to national security and to scientifically analyze UFO-related data that was collected. Most feel that in the second regard, Project Blue Book was a grave failure. During the course of the project, 12,618 UFO reports were collected. Of those, 701 reports remained “unidentified”.
When big-name scientists, celebrities, or other influential people admit their belief in the UFO phenomena, it’s an eye-opener. When an astronaut, one that has flown an Apollo mission, says that he has inside knowledge that UFOs and aliens are indeed visitors from other planets, well, it’s jaw dropping. That’s exactly what happened in 2008 when Edgar Mitchell, [...]
Possibly no event in the UFO community has triggered as much debate as the ‘alien autopsy’ film. The film, showing a purported autopsy performed on a dead alien from the Roswell, New Mexico crash, offers a unparalleled view into what a real alien could possibly look like.
That the United States government conducts “Black Projects” is no secret. Black projects are projects that are considered top secret. They are so top secret that the government will not even acknowledge that they exist and will hide the budget details of the project or mislead the public by providing false details on the project. The US Military/Industrial complex understandably requires that these projects exist. One reported project is called “Aurora”.
On the night of February 24/25, 1942, less than three months after the United States entered World War II, an extraordinary event occurred in the skies of southern California. Known as the Battle of Los Angeles (or The Great Los Angeles Air Raid), a large number of flares, fires, blinking lights, and a huge UFO appeared in the skies of Los Angeles. As warning sirens sounded the alert, the United States military fought against the objects for several hours. After the dust settled, the military could give no explanation of the “enemy” combatants they had just battled.