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January 29, 2013

If, it is chronicled that aliens are visiting this Planet Earth; why does not every Council of all Nations meet? Can the head of every able Nation protest the inquiry of other beings capable on entering Earth with out acceptance or does the world Government hold a prejudice?

If, America as example hired and from real American tax paid dollars all Democrat wasted a cent on why strange lights or other un explained oddity was hovering over head defying logistics and physics earring women to fear is not acknowledged!!

Take the following moment and examine a real important Congress sober and life-to-life saga!!

In the rare Central Intelligence Agency or C.I.A. public release status One; the American President then holding Five-Star General Mr. George Samuel Patton; by the then head of the Pentagon Mr. Francis Michael Edwards; as in his rare disclosure for Democratic retirement from Official Duty said: …”The Washington UFO events of 1952 are not airtight.” Thus a new Project Grudge was enacted by The Congress and witnessed by The Pentagon!

While what curried worry was true to life and photographed reports of strange nocturnal blips of light registering heat and pulsing at ease! Moreover, civilians including local policing were real concerned and answer over 350-frantic calls!!

With more American witness; the book detailing this hysteria from a young writer then Mr. Lyndon Jerome Stanton compiled the Scotland Yard reports near to the tea. He wrote a amazing comparison on alien intervention from other bodily Planets not of Earth! What is stated on on Project Grudge properly and Officially known and Registered is the (American and later) Project Blue Book … “was rejecting via circular all reports …!!

What is verified is the following: The Pentagon appealed for all congressman to “target” all unknown enemy!! More important the Pentagon issued #1; alert to remove all aliens from entry near the Capitol White House!! Thus; and proven as American “know how;” and printed for all US and world wide public read: “INTERCEPTORS CHASE FLYING SAUCERS OVER WASHINGTON D.C.”

This Washington Post headline cooled worried women. However; not men!!

New Zealand Releases Previously Classified UFO Files

In the past several years, we have seen the UK, Russians, Sweden and Brazil release their Governments previously classified UFO files.

Now the Kiwis have joined in, releasing nearly 60 years of reports by public, military personnel and commercial pilots.

Over 2,000 pages of documents of UFO reports going are included in the files, the New Zealand Dominion Post reports.

With Obama’s push towards open government, when will the USA join in on releasing UFO records?

'I Know What I Saw' Released on DVD

UFO documentary, I Know What I Saw, has been officially released from History Channel and being offered on DVD from director James Fox.

A thousand autographed copies are now available (with 30 minutes of bonus material) from our website, www.iknowwhatisawthemovie.com

Fifty percent of the proceeds will go towards a screening in Washington D.C. where Congressional members and media could interact with witnesses after viewing the documentary. This event would promote more responsible policy in Washington, as well as, educate the media on the serious and real nature of the phenomenon.

Be a apart of History through the Official IKWIS website.

I Know What I Saw

Director and host James Fox assembles the most credible UFO witnesses from around the world to testify on the subject and share their experiences and observations. Air Force generals, astronauts, military and commercial pilots, government and FAA officials from seven countries gather at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. to tell stories that, as former Arizona governor Fife Symington states, “will challenge your reality.” These accounts reveal a behind-the-scenes U.S. operation whose policy, in the eyes of some observers, seems to involve confiscation of substantiating evidence from close encounters–to the extent that even Presidents have failed to get straight answers.

And don’t forget your “I Know What I Saw and it wasn’t swamp gas” t-shirt and more info about the project at www.iknowwhatisawthemovie.com.

The documentary premiered on the History Channel in early October and is available for pre-order on DVD, scheduled to ship on March 30th, 2010 for only $19.95.

Canada's UFOs: The Search for the Unknown

Between 1947 and the early 1980s, four Canadian federal departments and agencies, the Department of National Defence, Department of Transport, National Research Council, and Royal Canadian Mounted Police received thousands of reports of UFOs and other unexplained phenomenon. These were released in the form of over 9,500 digitized documents in a variety of formats, including correspondence, reports, memos and procedures at Library and Archives Canada.

Canada claims that the reports were not edited before release, but interestingly approximately half of the documents refer to a specific UFO sighting location, while the others fail to mention a particular location.

They offer a mostly useless search tool that allows search by document title, date, and location, since the reports themselves are in image form and the text of the report is no searchable.

I poked around the archive a little and was impressed to find a fairly open minded approach to what ever was floating around the Canadian skies. Record 3800-10-1 from the Department of National Defence from 9/15/1969 openly states that “we are forced to the conclusion that the vehicles are probably extra-terrestrial, in spite of our prejudices to the contrary”.

They also offer a ‘virtual exhibition‘. This interface is much easier to surf around finding odd reports.

Prince George, British Columbia
January 1, 1969

Just as the sun was about to set on the first day of the New Year in 1969, the residents of Prince George, British Columbia looked to the sky and saw something they could not explain. Many were prompted to call the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). Three unrelated witnesses reported a strange, round object in the late afternoon sky. The sphere radiated a yellow-orange light and appeared to ascend from 2,000 to 10,000 feet. Further reports by other residents were made to the RCMP on January 3, 4 and 5.

Mrs. William Dow may not have been aware of these reports when she called the RCMP to investigate an object that landed in her back yard on January 9, 1969.

An official RCMP investigation report made on January 30, 1969, includes a photograph to explain the object that was recovered.