Conspiracy Culture…..the largest gathering of people at Area 51 was held in 1998

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RACHEL, NEVADA, June 6, 1998…….Believers of an American plot to unite the world against “UFOs” say such a concept is being generated at Area 51 and the result will be a fascist rule similar to Germany under Adolf Hitler

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by Joe Schoenmann, Las Vegas Review Journal, Sunday, June 7, 1998  (http://www.poweredbychrist.com/files/journal/interview1.htm)

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RACHEL, NEVADA — For the 150 people gathered at sunrise Saturday near one of the most talked about classified military facilities in the world, “Area 51” is home not to alien UFOs but to a good old American conspiracy.

The alien-UFO story, most of them now say, is government-concocted propaganda designed to throw people off the real story behind Groom Lake, as the military prefers to call Area 51.

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If they doubted themselves before they got to this roadstop 150 miles north of Las Vegas, they likely left more-convinced as the nearby rally fell under the steady gaze of federal park rangers, security guards on distant hills and unmanned cameras and microphones behind unmarked boundaries.

Assembled at 6 a.m. on the sixth day on the sixth month — symbolic admission to the devil’s work many said is being done here — they came from as far away as New York, Illinois and Oregon for the first People’s Rally.

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Organizer Norio Hayakawa, a funeral director from Gardena, Calif., called it a historic event that will grow.  His aim for the rally was to bring attention to the plight of 39 former workers who were denied in 1996 the right to sue the Air Force facility for harm they say they suffered from exposure to toxic chemicals.

Hayakawa speaks to protesters. Ralph Fountain photo.
Hayakawa speaks to protesters. Ralph Fountain photo.

“Three have passed away and the rest are still sick and not treated yet,” said Hayakawa, speaking with a bullhorn.  “We believe the workers have a right to be cured and treated for their diseases.”

He also proposed — and figured he was being listened to and recorded through the various devices propped on the hillsides — that the government create a fence around the base and a guard station at the fence.

“They have a $22 billion budget,” he said, referring to the “black budget” tax dollars that fund the research.  “So building a guard shack and fence should be no problem to them.”

While he tiptoed on the issue of the purpose of the research, he also cautioned that research at the base could be used against the American public.

“We believe they have a right to build weapons for the national defense,” Hayakawa said.  “But we believe they could also be used for surveillance on us in the near future.”

The largest gathering of people at Area 51 was held in 1998

(Photos, courtesy of Joer Arnu, Dave Bethke and Gary Sellani)

His words drew early morning applause from the group, which included some insurance agents cum videographers from Las Vegas hoping to package their footage into a TV pilot, and New York Times columnist Phil Patton, who was mildly hawking his soon-to-be-published book, “Dreamland.”

There was also James Whisler, 30, a heavy-equipment mechanic from Battle Mountain, who is simply a devout Christian convinced that the billions of tax dollars spent at the base are not for the protection of America but for its enslavement.

He wants to save as many souls as possible before that happens.

Sitting Friday night in the Little A’Le’Inn Cafe on state Route 375 in Rachel — in the background Hayakawa plays country western music on his electric organ — Whisler exhausts himself and overwhelms listeners with a barrage of fact and belief that encompasses everything from the design of the nation’s capital to John Lennon’s song “Imagine” as proof that a one-world Luciferian government is the goal of elitist Americans.

“This,” he said of Groom Lake, “is preparation for a deception that will come upon the world.”

In a nutshell, Whisler believes that elitists known as the Illuminati control the United States through the Federal Reserve, and with their fingers on the nation’s purse strings, they are using tax dollars to design UFOs to terrorize the world for the distinct purpose of unifying it.

“Create a common enemy to unite people of the world,” he said.

Once it’s unified, the goal is to create a fascist rule, much like Germany under Adolf Hitler, he said.

“If you were to take over the world, this is how it would be done,” Whistler said.  “The population of the world will be reduced drastically very soon.”

Whisler wasn’t hateful in his delivery, just impassioned.

Syndicated radio talk show host Anthony Hilder showed more revulsion.  Wearing a magenta shirt and pants, he made a big impression in voicing his open distaste for the government under President Clinton.

“Can you imagine 100 Bill Clintons?” he asked, finishing a rapid-fire soliloquy on human cloning.  “It would be the establishment, literally, of hell on Earth.”

Another talk show host, Victor Camacho, arrived from Los Angeles with a bus load of listeners to his 1 to 5 a.m. radio program, “A Little of Everything.”  The group drove nine hours, stopping 30 minutes in Las Vegas, and got to the rally site at 2:15 a.m.

Mauricio Ramirez said he’s been interested in the UFOs since he saw one as a boy in Tampico, Mexico, 20 years ago.  He and the others planned to stay overnight Saturday and hike with Hayakawa today to a summit to view the base, which will be more than 20 miles away.

“I would like to see the base,” he said. “I would like some answers.”

Michael Schratt, 29, a draftsman from San Diego, was versed on the high-tech aircraft believed under construction at the facility.  He produced scale models of what he said were Air Force flying saucers and other craft built upon information gleaned from public documents.

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His ultimate interest is less apocalyptic than it is curiosity.  He wants to get into the base to see for himself what he’s only been allowed to imagine.

“I’d like those guys to just carry me in there,” said Schratt, looking up to a white security truck on a nearby hill.  “To get in, you’ve got to convince them you’ve got something that they need. That’s what I’m trying to find.”

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Conspiracy Culture….the Denver International Airport conspiracy…..it’s all in your mind?

The Denver International Airport conspiracy…..it’s all in your mind?

by Ricky Sans and Kari Koeppel of Buzz Feed (April 12, 2016….https://www.buzzfeed.com/rickysans/the-mysterious-conspiracy-theories-surrounding-the-denver-ai#.ycmOqN45E)

So, if you haven’t heard about the Denver airport, it’s a little different from other airports:

Seven creepy conspiracy theories about the Denver International Airport

An insane amount of money went into building it…and not everyone is sure how it was spent:

Insane amount of money

When Denver International Airport opened on Feb. 28, 1995, construction had fallen 16 months behind schedule, and $2 billion over budget.  The final cost of the Denver airport was $4.8 billion, which is a lot of money.  People wondered what it had gone toward.  The airport itself is 35,000 acres, which is almost twice as large as the next biggest U.S. airport.

The airport’s runways look like a swastika:

The airport's runways look like a swastika

An aerial view of the runways at Denver International Airport shows that they resemble the shape of a swastika.  This is not a typical formation for an airport’s runways.  However, an airport representative has said that the runways are designed that way so that they can be used simultaneously no matter the weather condition, since none of the runways overlap.  She told the U.K.’s The Telegraph, “We think the shape looks like a pinwheel.”

The airport’s dedication stone has imagery from a secret society:

The airport's dedication stone

The airport was dedicated on March 19, 1994, and a capstone was placed inside the airport to memorialize it.  This dedication stone displays the Masonic symbol of a compass with a capital G inside.  Underneath the symbol, the “New World Airport Commission” is credited with helping fund and build the airport.

What is the “New World Airport Commission”?  Airport officials have said that it was a commission for the new “world airport,’ but the wording calls to mind the New World Order conspiracy.  New World Order conspiracists believe that there has been a small group of powerful people working together in secret throughout history toward establishing a single all-powerful global government.

The Masonic symbol ties into this conspiracy.  Freemasonry is a very real secret fraternal society that’s allegedly the largest in the world and may have existed as far back as the Middle Ages.  Since this secret society has had many powerful members throughout history, people have long been suspicious that the Freemasons were looking to seize power.  Perhaps they are involved in trying to establish the New World Order?

Not helping things:  Conspiracy theorists have pointed out that if you add up the numbers in the airport’s dedication date, you get 33, which is reportedly the highest level of Freemasonry.  More helpful: This only works if you leave out “March,” making it kind of a stretch.

Some people think there’s a mysterious network of underground bunkers beneath the airport:

Some people think there's a mysterious network

Many of the conspiracies around the Denver airport revolve around what may lie beneath the airport.  A former airport construction worker claimed that the reason why the airport was so far behind schedule was because five multistory buildings were built underneath the airport. This same construction worker, as well as others, also supposedly said that there was a complex network of tunnels beneath the airport.

These claims led people to theorize that there may be anything from a vast network of underground New World Order command bunkers, to post-apocalyptic fallout shelters for the global elite (such as billionaires and politicians), to a future FEMA concentration camp waiting to be used beneath Denver International Airport.

It was later determined that the “underground tunnels” had actually become home to the airport’s rail system.

There are some super-creepy murals that may show the New World Order’s takeover:

There are some super-creepy murals

One of the most startling things in the Denver airport are the murals that line the walls on Level 5 of the Jeppesen Terminal.  Many think that the murals, painted by artist Leo Tanguma, tell the story of apocalyptic biowarfare destroying the world as we know it, with the New World Order taking over in its place.

This mural is titled “In Peace and Harmony With Nature,” and is meant to address the destruction of the environment:

This mural is titled In Peac and Harmony with Nature

The other is titled “Children of the World Dream of Peace,” and is supposed to represent the desire to get rid of violence in society:

The other is titled Children of the Word Dream of Peace

The art was chosen through a project selection panel made up of community members and artists, and was approved by several government committees and the then-mayor of Denver before being installed in the airport.  Even if this art has nothing to do with the New World Order, it seems surprising that so many government officials reviewed this art and didn’t think people would be suspicious of it.

Just a quick zoom in on this scary Nazi soldier:

Just a quick zoom in on this scary Nazi soldier

and a quote from a child who died at Auschwitz:

And a quote from a child who died at Auschwitz

Just some super-chill airport artwork.

The devilish mustang statue outside the airport killed its sculptor while he was working on it:

The devilish mustang statue outside the airport

Something truly creepy is the blue horse statue outside the airport itself.  Titled Mustang, but nicknamed “Blucifer” by conspiracy theorists, this statue is 32 feet tall and 9,000 pounds.  Its eyes glow red at all hours of the day and night, causing some to speculate that the statue is meant to represent the Fourth Horseman of the Apocalypse from the biblical book of Revelations.  The Fourth Horseman specifically represents Death.

The creepiest part is that the statue’s artist, Luis Jiménez, was actually killed by the statue.  In 2006, before the statue had been completed, a piece of the statue fell on him and severed an artery in his leg.

But how do we know what to believe?

One argument against the conspiracy theories is that if there really were such an ominous future for the Denver airport, then why would there be so many blatant signs pointing to it?

By the way, most of the original cost increases and schedule delays to the construction of the Denver airport were caused by changes to the size of the airport, including widening and lengthening concourses and adding an automated baggage system.

It’s thought that there may be a time capsule beneath the capstone of the airport, set to be opened in 2094, so stay tuned.

 

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A near-Doomsday in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1957

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A hydrogen bomb was accidentally dropped from a plane just south of Kirtland Air Force Base in 1957

Special report by Les Adler for the Albuquerue Tribune (Thursday, January 20, 1994):

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At 11:50 a.m. on May 22, 1957, I was a 15-year-old sophomore at Highland High School in Albuquerque when the city and a good portion of the surrounding region were nearly obliterated by the accidental detonation of a 10-megaton hydrogen bomb dropped on the outskirts of Kirtland Air Force Base.

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(Click above for enlargement – – near Ground Zero of the 1957 incident, distant view of the entire Sandia Base inside Kirtland Air Force Base, Albuquerque – – photo taken from Mesa del Sol by Carl Willis)

First reported to the public in 1986, this early “broken arrow,” as such accidents were referred to in military jargon, became as much a historical “non-event” during the intervening Cold War decades as the recently exposed atmospheric radioactivity showers and radiation experiments.  Like these tests, it, too, was a product of what Sen. John Glenn has called “the Cold War frenzy which gripped our nation.”

Those of us living in the region had long known, and, indeed, were strangely proud of the fact, that Albuquerque was likely to be a major enemy military target due to the region’s role in the production, testing and storage of atomic and hydrogen weaponry.

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A near-Doomsday in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1957

Nearby Sandia Base, nestled in the foothills of the Manzano Mountains, was widely suspected of housing extensive underground storage facilities where much of the nation’s nuclear arsenal was guarded.  Electrified, barbed-wire double fences, patrolled by guard dogs, were clearly visible from the highway as one entered or left Albuquerque through Tijeras Canyon to the east. Sixty miles to the northwest, the heavily guarded Atomic City of Los Alamos, creation site of the first atomic bombs and then, as now, a major national arms production laboratory, guaranteed our supremacy as a prime Soviet target.

For a town without major league credentials in any other fashion, this fact produced a certain cachet, particularly in an age of bomb shelters, civil defense programs and above ground bomb testing in nearby Nevada.

Year after year in public schools we practiced air-raid drills, dropping to the floor at the wailing of the alarm, huddling under our desks, eyes closed, heads down and covered by our arms so as not to he blinded by the flash of the incoming weapons.

With the irreverence of teen-age black humor, we short-handed our instructions to the essential and much more realistic message: ‘bend down, put your head between your knees and kiss your ass goodbye!”

On that particular day in May 1957, unknown to any of us, a huge B-36 bomber with a crew of 13 was preparing to land at Kirtland Air Force base.

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On board, as recounted in John May’s “The Greenpeace Book of the Nuclear Age” and later interviews with surviving crewmen, was the Gold War’s ultimate product.  It was a 42,000-pound, 10-megaton hydrogen bomb – the largest weapon ever made in the world up to that time, and the first droppable thermonuclear device – traveling incognito under the code name of Mark 17.

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The giant bomber, a mainstay of America’s Strategic Air Command forces, was commanded by veteran pilot Air Force Lt. Col. Richard Meyer with the mission of ferrying its deadly payload from Biggs Air Force Base in Texas to Albuquerque’s Kirtland field.

Standard operating procedure on all such flights called for the manual removal of the locking pin designed to prevent accidental in-flight release of bombs to allow emergency jettisoning of weapons, if necessary, during takeoffs and landings.

The awkward procedure required a crew member, usually the navigator, to climb into the bomb bay and lean over the body of the bomb at the start and end of each flight to set and later remove the large U-2 pin.  On May 22,1st Lt. Bob Carp was assigned the onerous task.

With the plane descending to 1,700 feet and making its final approach before landing at Kirtland, Carp began moving back toward the bomb.  As described years later by another crewman, the difficult job resulted in Carp hanging over the 25 foot long, steel-encased weapon, roughly the size and shape of a large whale, “literally by his toes” to retrieve the pin.  It was 11:49 a.m.

The plane was nearly four miles south of the airfield, and landing conditions were normal as Carp completed his stretch across the gleaming, rounded shape lying silent and inert in the plane’s belly.  Packed with the explosive power of more than 10 million tons of TNT, enough to destroy a dozen Hiroshimas or Moscows, this bomb and others like it, always in the air somewhere in the world awaiting coded attack signals, formed the foundation of America’s proclaimed military posture of “massive retaliation.”

What happened next is in dispute.  Previously published reports describe Carp reaching up to regain his balance and pull himself into the cockpit, and being unexpectedly jolted as the huge bomber bounced through a pocket of turbulent air.  Trying to avoid a fall, according to this version, he grabbed for the nearest hand-hold, a lever that immediately gave way under his weight, triggering a rapid succession of events: the giant bomb under his feet instantly sank, pulled free from its mooring and tore its way straight downward, directly through the closed bomb bay doors, ripping them away and opening a gaping, terrifying hole in the bottom of the plane; and the bomber itself; suddenly released from the weight of its 21-ton payload, bounded upward, gaining more than 1,500 feet of altitude in seconds before the startled pilot could regain control.

In a recent interview, however, Carp, now a businessman in San Francisco, has challenged the turbulence-fall scenario.  He asserts — as the one eyewitness to the entire event — that a “defectively designed” manual release mechanism had been accidentally pulled into release mode by a snag in his long cable, causing the bomb to drop the instant he pulled the pin.

There is agreement on what follows.

Bombs away!” reflexively screamed one nearby crewman, his eyes wide with shock as he peered in-to the newly opened void where the weapon and the man had been.  According to another witness, Electronics Operator Jack Resen, it was only a few seconds later that Carp, his face, “whiter than any sheet you ever saw,” slowly pulled himself out of the remaining bomb bay, yelling even above the deafening roar of jet engines and rushing air, “I didn’t touch anything! I didn’t touch anything!”

Radio Operator George Houston, seated nearby, alertly responded by sending a distress call to the Kirtland tower.  To the stunned operator, he reported the ominous news: “We’ve dropped a hydrogen bomb!

The bomb itself plummeted downward with frightening speed, the 1,700 foot drop far too short for its parachutes to slow its descent.  Long before the plane could pull away, the weapon smashed into the nearly barren mesa, where a lone New Mexico cow peacefully munched sagebrush, oblivious to the source and immediacy of its own destruction.  There was an earth-shattering explosion as the weapon detonated.

The Cold War is now officially over.  Both the looming presence of the Soviet Union, which so terrified us in that era, and the imminence of nuclear war have vanished from the horizon.  More than 36 years have passed since that day in May 1957, when my classmates and I, unknowingly, were nearly vaporized by our own forces.

For most of the intervening years the American public knew nothing of what had happened, and, officially, of course, the event didn’t happen at all.

It was only in 1986 when an Albuquerque newspaper published an account based on military documents recovered through the Freedom of Information Act that the rest of us learned of this accident, and the many other Broken Arrows, both civilian and military, that occurred both at home and abroad.

If exposure of these events is the first step in understanding them, then a subsequent stage should be a frank admission by all of us that we knew and even tacitly approved of the conditions that brought about those near-misses and what we might more appropriately call “poisoned arrows,” the above-ground nuclear tests, the uranium mines and nuclear plants whose careless use contaminated our soil, ionized our atmosphere, poisoned our animals and even irradiated our own bodies.

And if we did not know of them, like the “good Germans” who did not know of the concentration camps, then why not?  What ferocious system of denial allowed us not to know, allowed us to shield ourselves from what should have been evident?  Who is there to blame in a democratic society, finally, but ourselves?

Even the military investigators assigned to the case assessed no blame to the Air Force officers involved in the accidental bombing of Albuquerque.

According to the investigation, Field Command, a division of the Armed Forces Special Weapons Project, conducted recovery and clean-up operations at the site shortly after the nonevent.  What they found was a crater 12 feet deep and 25 feet in diameter, blown, fortunately, in uninhabited land owned by the University of New Mexico.

Only the bomb’s conventional explosives – those necessary but not sufficient to start the nuclear chain reaction – were triggered by the fall, and, according to the experts, no radioactivity was detected beyond the lip of the crater.  Traces of the luckless cow, reportedly, were scattered over a much wider area.

Reports were filed, and the case was closed for nearly three decades.  The trail was allowed to grow cold.

Extending 25 feet from nose to tail, standing more than five feet in diameter at its core and with a total weight of 41,400 pounds, this was evidently nature’s ultimate experiment in size. At what scale does any creature exceed its own ecological niche?

If there is a lesson to be learned here and in the discovery of other events that “didn’t happen” simply because we did not know of them until now, it is not whom to blame, but rather the many ways in which blind fear, magnified by secrecy, can turn all of us into our own worst enemies.

Adler is a professor of history at the Hutchins School of Liberal Studies at Sonoma State University in California.

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Eisenhower’s encounter with aliens in 1954……a tall tale that never dies

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Can’t get any better than this….a great, bed-time Science Fiction story…..READ ON….and sweet dreams!!

According to JohnThomas Didymus’s report of March 16, 2016, President Dwight Eisenhower held a secret meeting with extraterrestrial visitors during the early hours of February 21, 1954, while on a “vacation” to Palm Springs in California, according to UFO and alien conspiracy theorists.    (http://www.inquisitr.com/2939994/grey-aliens-signed-treaty-with-eisenhower-in-1954-after-u-s-government-rejected-overtures-from-nordic-or-pleiadian-aliens/)

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President Dwight Eisenhower went “missing” after he was whisked away secretly to Edwards Air Force Base and was not seen until he appeared at a church service in Los Angeles the next Sunday morning……(http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/exopolitica/esp_exopolitics_Q_0.htm)

The official explanation of his mysterious “disappearance” was that he had to undergo an emergency dental surgery….(http://www1.american.edu/salla/Articles/Exo-SP-8.htm)

The abrupt disappearance of the president was so unusual that it fueled speculation about an illness or death in the media.  The speculation became so intense that the rumors had to be dispelled by the president’s press secretary, James Haggerty, who told incredulous reporters at a press conference that Eisenhower had damaged a tooth cap while eating fried chicken and had to undergo emergency surgery……(http://www.ufocasebook.com/1954eisenhoweraliens.html)

A local dentist was later presented to reporters who claimed he had treated Eisenhower.

But strange rumors began spreading following information leaked by well-placed sources.  The rumors alleged that the local dentist was used to provide Eisenhower with a cover story while he rendezvoused secretly with the extraterrestrial visitors at the Edwards Air Force Base……(http://www.presidentialufo.com/dwight-d-eisenhower/472-eisenhower-and-his-alien-contacts-part-1)

Significantly, there are no records at the Eisenhower Library — which reportedly has extensive records related to Eisenhower’s health — that he ever underwent dental surgery in February 1954, according to UFO researcher William Moore.

Eisenhower thus became the first American president to have direct contact with extraterrestrials, according to conspiracy theorists.  The meeting took place at Edwards Air Force Base in southern California during the early hours of February 21 in 1954. It was the first in a series of meetings that culminated in the signing of a treaty between the U.S. government and an extraterrestrial race called the Greys.

The First Contact meeting, as it is termed in UFO conspiracy theory circles, involved some intrigue.  Eisenhower’s secret First Contact meeting on February 21, 1954, is believed to have been with the Nordic aliens, also known as Pleiadian aliens, an advanced extraterrestrial race from the Pleiades star cluster with distinctive Nordic appearance, such as fair hair, blue eyes, and white skin.

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The two sides were unable to reach an agreement on the night of the First Contact, and the Greys took advantage of the failure by offering more favorable terms.  The offer by the Greys allegedly led to the first treaty between humans and an extraterrestrial race.

According to UFO conspiracy theorists, several pieces of circumstantial evidence add up to support claims that the Eisenhower administration held “First Contact” meetings with extraterrestrial beings.  The first circumstantial evidence was the awkward manner in which Eisenhower “disappeared” during the night of February 20-21 in the midst of an unscheduled winter vacation in Palm Springs, California, and the clumsy efforts by officials to explain his disappearance.

One of the first eyewitness testimonies came from Gerald Light, a writer and leading member of the community dedicated to metaphysical research.  A letter circulated widely in the UFO and alien conspiracy community, dated April 16, 1954, is alleged to have been written by Gerald Light to Meade Layne, Director of Borderland Sciences Research Foundation.  In the letter (see copy here), Light allegedly claimed to have been one of a group of community leaders who was present at the First Contact meeting with extraterrestrials at Edwards Air Force Base……(https://borderlandsciences.org/project/etheria/corr/1954-04-16_-_Gerald_Light_to_Meade_Layne.html)

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The group of “community leaders” included Edwin Nourse, President’s Truman’s chief economic adviser, Cardinal James Francis MacIntyre, head of the Catholic Church in Los Angeles at the time, and 80-year-old Franklin Winthrop Allen, a former reporter with Hearst Newspaper Group.

Light claimed in the letter he allegedly wrote to Layne that he recently returned from Muroc Airfield (now Edward Air Force Base).  The letter contains a single reference to “Etherians” (presumed to be the aliens), and it includes a comment about “five separate and distinct types of aircraft being studied and handled by our Air Force officials — with the assistance and permission of the Etherians!”

The aircraft are believed to be alien UFOs stored at the facility for reverse-engineering studies.

The letter gives a vivid description of the bewilderment, confusion, and panic among the officials present at the meeting.  UFO conspiracy theorists claim that Light’s account reveals uncertainty about how to respond to the aliens and fears due to the Cold War that the aliens could turn to the Soviets if the Americans spurned them.

But it is claimed that Eisenhower finally decided to reject the proposals of the Nordic aliens he met at the First Contact meeting at the Edwards Air Force Base in February 1954, and his administration eventually signed a treaty with the Greys, who offered to transfer their technology exclusively to the United States.

Grey aliens and their agenda

Several whistle-blowers claimed to have seen documents signed at the meetings while others claimed they obtained information from inside sources.  The different versions of what allegedly transpired at the First Contact meetings leaked by the whistle-blowers agree on certain major points but differ in specific details.

One of the best-known whistle-blowers, William Cooper, a former Naval intelligence officer who allegedly had access to classified documents, claimed that the First Contact meeting at the Edward Air Force Base in February 1954 was the culmination of a series of events after astronomers discovered a fleet of huge UFOs approaching Earth in 1953. First mistaken for asteroids, they were later determined to be spaceships.

Alien radio signals were allegedly intercepted under Project Sigma just before the UFOs went into high orbit.  Project Plato was launched to receive the aliens and hold talks.

But before the aliens approaching in a huge UFO fleet landed, a different alien race contacted the U.S government and warned against the first group of aliens.  But talks with the first group failed after they demanded nuclear disarmament and warned that humanity was on a path to self-destruction.  They proposed instead to help humans to develop along a peaceful path to spiritual fulfillment.

Because the primary interest of the U.S. government at the time was signing a treaty that gives access to advanced alien technology, the Eisenhower administration rejected the overtures from the first alien group — the Nordic aliens — during the First Contact meeting at the Edwards Air Base and agreed to sign a treaty with the second group — the Greys — during a subsequent meeting at the Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico in 1954.

Elements of the sketchy account given by Cooper were allegedly confirmed independently by other whistle-blowers, including Charles Suggs, a former retired U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant, who claimed that his father, a senior naval officer, had attended the First Contact meeting with the Nordic aliens in February 1954.

John Lear, another independent whistle-blower, was a former air force pilot and the son of William Lear, who built the Lear Jet.  Lear also confirmed that two alien races had been involved in the First Contact meetings.

Robert Dean, a former intelligence officer, described Nordic aliens as humanoids with Nordic features, and the Greys as tall humanoids up to 9 feet tall with pale white skin, large eyes, large head, and spindly limbs.

Greys allegedly originated from a star in the constellation of Orion.  Other reports claimed they came from a planet in the star system Zeta Reticuli.

Details of the agreement with the Greys leaked by whistle-blowers include non-interference in human affairs in exchange for accommodation on Earth under conditions of secrecy.  In return, they would furnish the U.S. government with advanced technology to help the country to stay ahead of enemy nations.  The Greys also agreed they would not approach any other nation to make a treaty.

The Greys were housed in an underground facility in Dulce (in New Mexico) where Phil Schneider claimed he encountered them while working as a geological engineer employed by a private company contracted to build underground bases for the Greys.

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The Dulce Base

Schneider revealed that part of the treaty agreement allowed the Greys to abduct a very limited number of humans for medical research and experiments.  But the Greys proved untrustworthy and violated the agreement on abductions.

Most reports of UFO sightings and stories of abductions involved Greys freely violating the treaty with the government, according to UFO conspiracy theorists.

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A case worthy of review…..’Flying Saucer’ sighting at Westall High School in Melbourne, Australia on April 6, 1966

‘Flying Saucer’ sighting at Westall High School in Melbourne, Australia on April 6, 1966

Westall 1966     (courtesy, http://www.phils.com.au/Westall1966.htm )

The Westall UFO encounter is an event that occurred on 6 April 1966 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  Around 11:00 am, for about 20 minutes, more than 200 students and teachers at two Victorian state schools witnessed some unexplained flying object(s) which they said descended into a nearby open field.  The paddock was adjacent to a grove of pine trees in an area known as The Grange (now a nature reserve).  According to reports, the object(s) then ascended quickly in a north-westerly direction over the suburb of Clayton South, Victoria, Australia.

Description of the Event

At approximately 11:00 am on Wednesday, 6 April 1966, a class of students and a teacher from Westall High School (now Westall Secondary College) were outside on the main oval when an object, described as being a grey saucer shaped craft with a slight purple hue and being about twice the size of a family car, but very round, was seen.  Andrew Greenwood, a science teacher at the high school, told The Dandenong Journal at the time that he saw a silvery-green disc.  There were reports from some witnesses that the largest craft flew over and along some large Electricity Pylons near the school before landing.  It was further reported that there were two other smaller craft of similar design that had hovered over ( but not landed on and only hovered above ) the dirt roadway at the front of the school.   Further reports suggest that the larger main craft that landed in the paddock may have had some sort of  problems and that the two smaller craft were there to assist it.

According to witnesses the objects were descending and then crossed and overflew the high school’s south-west corner, going in a south-easterly direction, before disappearing from sight as it descended behind a stand of trees and into a paddock at The Grange in front of the Westall State School (primary students).  The main and biggest object had landed on the ground.  After a short period (approximately 20 minutes) the object – with witnesses now numbering over 210 – then rose and climbed at speed and departed towards the north-west.

None of the witnesses said that they saw any aliens or any people in or around any of the craft.  It was suggested that if there were in fact any (people) they would not have been able to stand up as the height of the craft was no higher than an average family car, the craft being round and large at the base but lacking in height.  Like the saucer of an upside down tea cup.

Local Media Coverage

The Dandenong Journal covered the encounter in detail and ran two front page stories:

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The first was on 14 April. and the next was on 21 April.

A number of small aeroplanes circled around it.  However, a check later showed that no commercial, private or RAAF ( royal australian air force ) pilots had reported anything unusual in the area.

GTV Channel 9 television also ran a news report about the encounter.  A student, Joy Tighe, described the event for the reporter.  However, a copy of this tape is not available.  Channel 9 reports that it was removed from their archive and not returned.

One of the students, a girl, ran towards the craft that had landed and reached it before the other students had arrived.

She was found in a collapsed and dazed state.  An ambulance was called and she was taken away to hospital.

This girl was one of the leading athletes in the school and could outrun almost all the others, being very fit.

Apart from that no one else was hurt in the incident.

Some of the students had rung up the local newspapers and TV stations and they had sent reporters to the school.  These media groups had rung the police and in turn the police had rung the local RAAF military base.

Soon all were involved in the incident.

After the Incident.

A full school assembly was held that afternoon at Westall High School.

The headmaster, with about three men in dark suits beside him, who no one from the school had seen before, made an announcement that “nothing had happened”.  The students and staff were told to “keep your mouths shut”.  The Headmaster further told the staff and students that “there are no such things as flying saucers” ( actual quote ).

Andrew Greenwood, the science teacher whose picture appeared in the local newspaper with the story was visited a few days later at home by two people who announced themselves as from the RAAF. (The Royal Australian Air Force).

They told him if he made any more public statements they would “leak out” that he had a “drinking problem” and that would mean the end of his career as a teacher.

The student who was taken to hospital never returned to Westall High school.

Her family moved out of the family home that night, never to return.

When one of her very good friends called around to her house, which was very close to the school, a middle aged woman answered the door, someone she had not seen before, and told her “she does not live here” and that she “must have the wrong house”.

Just after the incident two truckloads of military people arrived at the field where the craft landed, sealed off the area, and walked over it with what looked like metal detectors.

Anyone who got too close were told to “leave immediately or else”.

They took measurements of the circle and indentations made by the craft in the ground and when they finished they burnt the grass so no circle remained shown.

After that they left.

Shane Ryan has since 2005 begun investigations into this incident and uncovered much truth,

Shane Ryan, an English lecturer at the University of Canberra, is interviewing dozens of witnesses for a book he hopes to publish on the 40th anniversary of the sighting.

Mr Ryan, 38, was alerted to the events in the 1980s by a housemate who was there. Unlike most UFO sightings, the Westall objects had a large number of credible witnesses.  It was viewed in broad daylight by over 200 people and attracted a forceful response from police and the government who used all sorts of threats to cover this up.  People were told everything from “you did not see anything” to “we will cripple you if you say anything” and now in 2011 the officials are saying “nothing at all happened people – what are you on about”.  AND most of the records of the event are now “lost” or were “never there”.

Mr Ryan has interviewed about 30 witnesses, mostly former staff and students from the Westall secondary and primary schools.  He has tried obtaining police and RAAF reports, but so far with little luck.  The story was covered then by Channel Nine, The Age and local newspapers.

On the UFO, everyone seems to agree, Mr Ryan says.  It was a low-flying, silver/grey shining object, either of classical flying saucer shape or close to it, “a cup turned upside down on a saucer”.  The students were familiar with light aircraft because the schools were close to Moorabbin Airport.  Although the UFO was of similar size, “everyone said straight away that they knew it was not a plane”, Mr Ryan said, nor a weather balloon.

The object was in view for up to 20 minutes, and many saw it descend.

The Dandenong Journal, for which the story was front-page news two weeks in a row, reported that “students and staff have been instructed to ‘talk to no-one’ about the incident”.  Nevertheless, one teacher, Andrew Greenwood, gave the paper a detailed account.

“It was silvery-grey and seemed to thicken at times,” he said.  “The thickening was similar to when a disc is turned a little to show the underside.”

One of the closest witnesses was a boy whose family leased land at Grange Reserve for horses.

Shaun Matthews (not a student at Westall) was on holidays and spending time on the land.

“I saw the thing come across the horizon and drop down behind the pine trees,” he told The Sunday Age this week.  “I couldn’t tell you what it was.  It certainly wasn’t a light aircraft or anything of the like …

“I saw the thing drop down behind the pine trees and saw it leave again.  I couldn’t tell you how long it was there for, it was such a long time ago.”

Mr Matthews, 51 and now living in Greenvale, said the object “went up and off very very rapidly”.  (This article was written more than 10 years ago  – around 2004)

“I went over and there was a circle in the clearing.  It looked like it had been cooked or boiled, not burnt as I remember,” he said.  “A heap of kids from Westall primary and high school came charging through to see what had happened — ‘look at this, look at that, we saw it as well’, that sort of thing.  It was a bit of a talking point for a couple of days.”

Mr Matthews said the object, about the size of “two family cars”, passed him at a distance of about “four football fields”. “It was silvery, but it had a sort-of purple hue to it, very bright, but not bright enough that you couldn’t look at it,” he said.

“I saw that it dropped down behind the trees, and I thought, ‘hello, hang on’. A minute or so later, it went straight up, just gone.”

He said police and other officials interviewed his mother.

“It didn’t just sort of cruise and then slightly descend at an angle.  It just stopped, dropped, and then went straight up.”

The Victorian UFO Research Society investigated the incident.  VUFORS secretary Tony Cook said Westall remained one of Australia’s major unexplained UFO cases.

The top one was the case of Frederick Valentich, a 20-year-old Melbourne pilot whose light plane disappeared while flying over Bass Strait in 1978.

In the last minutes of radio communication, Valentich reported seeing a UFO hovering above his plane.  He and his craft were never recovered.

As well, “if there was a whole lot of officials investigating it, there must be an official report in RAAF archives somewhere”.

But Mr Ryan said that no one at the RAAF knew of the incident.

But given the history of the case — the way students and staff were told to keep quiet from the start — that was not surprising, he said.

“As I got a little bit older, I got a little more interested in the social and historical aspects of the story, how something like this could have happened and how it reflected society at the time, and how authorities responded to it,” he said.

” There’s been a layer of secrecy that was very, very prominent in this story from the very beginning.”

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PLEASE ALSO READ THIS UPDATE:   (August 6, 2014)

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WESTALL ‘UFO’ INCIDENT WAS ACTUALLY GOVERNMENT RADIATION TESTING, REPORTS REVEAL……OR, WAS IT?

“An almost 50-year-old mystery when more than 200 people believed they had a close encounter with a UFO landing in Clayton may have finally been solved after newly-unearthed government documents revealed a secret radiation-testing program.

Although federal and state government agencies refused to comment about the 1966 ‘Westall’ incident at the time, it is now believed that, rather than a UFO, what landed was an errant high altitude balloon used to monitor radiation levels after the controversial Maralinga nuclear tests.

The HIBAL program was a joint US-Australian initiative to monitor atmospheric radiation levels using large silver balloons equipped with sensors between 1960 and 1969.

Documents held by the National Archives and former Department of Supply indicate one test balloon launched from Mildura may have been blown off course and came down in Clayton South in a paddock near Westall High School, alarming and baffling hundreds of eyewitnesses, including teachers and students.

After hovering over the area, it landed at an area known as The Grange, behind a grove of pine trees, before taking off again and being pursued by several light aircraft in a sighting which lasted 20 minutes from 11am on April 6, 1966.”

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ABOVE, from:

Westall ‘UFO’ incident was actually government radiation testing, reports revealed……or, was it?  – – August 6, 2014

 

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