Discussion in 'UFOs & Sightings' started by karl 12, Oct 6, 2020.
Welcome to AE.
I was referred here by a member who I'll just call the Admiral . I'm a member at UCB old and current, same handle. I'm a retired Librarian, Lots of excellent material was lost as many sites went as someone well put it..belly up. That's a tragic shame , no less than the internet being purged of blogs, books, and archives, that even wayback can't help. I doubt it's because of less interest or cultural changes..something else is at work , not good. I look at Ufology the same way some archeolgists discover some new species in an old box, they hadn't thought to look at. That works if things are preserved..not 404 and erased as seems the case everywhere else. There is a lot out there just waiting to be rediscovered.
Anywho, I'm enjoying what I'm reading, and hope I can return the favor with the same positive and enlightening posts.
Thanks and welcome to AE.
Well if it ain't the Padre what done fetched me away from that nasty infection way back when. Good to see ya! This here's a good place, with good people and not too many kooks. That Nivek feller, he's the owner and he's a good 'un. Thar's gettin' to be a mighty fine collection of interestin' stuff here, piled up by some folks like yerself, what can dig up the dangdest things and post 'em here. /festus
Welcome aboard, Matey! I mostly lurk here, especially since I gave up trying to comment on every post that mentions Bob Lazar or that kind of flapdoodle. I'm only half paying attention to the field these days anyway, so I don't have much to add. Been trying to swear off the topics entirely, but can't seem to git 'er done.
Welcome to AE.
No, no pit stop as we would.
Most are doing scientific reconnaissance and other data logging. IMHO
Hola my friend some very fair points raised there and your insight really is appreciated - had initially looked into Terry's claims regarding the 1977 Arkansas sighting and yes he does come across quite well.
Looked more into it and didn't realise he kept it a secret for 40 years - he also claims a flying saucer hovered directly over his head in 1966 and back in 1963 there were 'masked-faced monkeymen' in his bedroom.
There's also the phone health app saga:
Don't know if he's making it all up but considering the points raised in your post (and Linda Moulton Howe's involvement) it certainly is quite a lot to swallow.
Welcome SysConfig and couldn't agree more with you there - there definitely seems to have been a digital purge over the last few years and whatever the reason it isn't good.
More below on the FBT UFO/USO flap across the Yorkshire Wolds in 2009:
NIDS Deputy Administrator Dr Colm Kelleher discusses flying black triangles.
Sure doesn't seem like these vessels are human made, some of them moving so fast leaving fighter jets in the dust whilst others are flying so silently...Unless we are using alien tech of some kind I tend to doubt our technology alone has advanced that far yet...
Rewatched that David Marler presentation the other day and god knows what's going on mate.
Following on from the vid featuring Rosita's sighting in Puerto Rico, 1971 also looks like other areas around the island like the Mona Channel, the Puerto Rico Trench, Lake Cartagena and the El Yunque rainforest have a lot of strange 'activity'.
According to Tim Good 'the weight of testimony emerging from Puerto Rico is breathtaking' and 'UFOs and USOs have frequently been observed by American military personnel'.
Once did a thread about the place but the majority of the links are now dead - here's one about a trianglular shaped UFO over a U.S. Navy airstrip.
This one's not triangular but very interesting anyway.
Following on from the vid above Major General Wilfred De Brouwer gives a 2014 interview on Belgium's 1989/1990 FBT sightings: