U.S. Government Tells World That Aliens Exist!
That’s the headline all the UFO disclosure groups and urologists want to see, and in fact it’s true. No doubt whatsoever, but when the government told the public that flying saucers were of interplanetary origin the news went in one ear and out the other. When did all this occur? Almost at the beginning of the rise in flying saucer/UFO events of the late 1940s, early 1950s. Actually the extraterrestrial hypothesis as we’ve come to know it was originally proposed by government officials from the start. As time went on, more UFO incidents occurred and the government found itself in a scramble trying to figure things out and inform the public in a way that wouldn’t cause confusion or panic. These investigations are of historical fact, not fiction and many documents, videos, radio broadcasts can be had today.
One of the most surprising means of disclosure comes from a 1956 documentary film called: UFOs The True Story Of Flying Saucers. This film/pseudo documentary focuses on the investigations of legendary newsman Al Chop who was given carte blanche by the government and military to investigate UFOs and to communicate with the military’s top brass as well as scientists. You’ll be blown away at one scene where Chop asks one of the top German scientists now working for the U.S.’s top secret experiments about UFOs and the scientist puts him in check. We historians can figure out who this scientist was based on easily.
As Chop continues his investigation more UFO/saucer events continue until the famous White House incident of the early 1950s where squadrons of UFOs flew over the White House in plain sight prompting the Air Force to scramble jets to intercept them. Our jets were played with like toys by the UFOs and one incident became one of great suspense and mystery.
You’ll find in this documentary many of the original researchers, technicians, politicians, military personnel as well as some favorite character actors called in to portray others. This flick has the real deal people in it that were there at the time.
When the dust finally clears, reporter Al Chop and the public is told OFFICIALLY by the U.S. Government that the conclusions of years of study that flying saucers/UFOs are of “interplanetary origin but pose no threat to National Security”. Yes, those are the words given to the public by the government. So disclosure already happened. Since then no other data has come out of the U.S. Government and only speculation can take over here. The speculations have led to a cottage industry of wild tales of abduction, invasion, assaults, possible alien presence in past civilization. You name it, someone will associate it with space aliens to the point it sometimes gets deadly like with the Heaven’s Gate cult back in the 1990s.
This is what happens when you don’t give people detailed answers. Their imaginations fill in and all sorts of irresponsible nonsense rise up. Although we have this documentary that gives the U.S.’s official account to this day not one piece of physical proof of any sort of extraterrestrial presence, past or present has been offered up to public scrutiny. Until that happens we’ll just have to trust Uncle Sam.
Now here’s an interesting video from Tokyo, Japan.
What makes this video of interest is that it was taken during daylight hours by someone. The story accompanying the video says that the person who took the video hasn’t come forward yet but that could change.
With any UFO video taken nowadays there are several factors that we need to take into account. First is if the video is authentic and not some special effect easily achieved with a number of state-of-the-art computer software. Secondly, are there any other videos and pictures taken by people from different vantage points? Will those UFO videos or pictures help us to glean more information?
My first advice to any UFO story is “Do not get excited”. This avoids jumping to conclusions and badly written copy. For example in this story the UFO is referred to as a “spaceship”. There’s no evidence it is a spaceship as it’s clearly seen in the air. At best it’s an unidentified flying object aka UFO. That’s all UFO means however mainstream media lacks so much hatting regarding UFOs that they get sloppy and generalize thus compromising the scientific method which should be applied to UFO reports.
We’ll have to wait for further analysis of this UFO video to see what shakes from this tree.
If this video passes muster then it’s just one of umpteen hundreds of thousands of UFO videos that can then be categorized for further investigation. If not, the investigative process to determine it’s veracity will help others who investigate UFOs.
One of my favorite science fiction movies featuring the UFO issue is 1968’s “The Bamboo Saucer”.
It’s by no means a cinematic masterpiece but it contains issues regarding the theories and relationships regarding UFOs that surprised many who are knowledgeable about the subject.
To not give too much away, the story revolves around a pilot who is chastised for reporting a UFO sighting. He spends much of his time trying to prove his sighting and when something goes wrong, I won’t say what, he’s then recruited to a team of a congressman to venture into Mainland China to recover a flying saucer. Things go from bad to worse and the ending is a real thrill ride. It’s not a “happy camper” sort of story although there are moments of humor. You’ll see several favorite character actors of the day you wouldn’t expect to see in an espionage drama which the movie turns out to be.
What’s of major interest is what goes on with the flying saucer and I’ll leave it there.
This movie is in my top five of UFO movies of the classic era. There are alien invasion movies but there are those UFO/Flying Saucer movies that give a lot of thoughtful information and real data. Of careful note, pay attention to the theories regarding the propulsion system of the flying saucer. I saw “The Bamboo Saucer” late one night on CBS channel 2 way back in the early 1980s when I lived in the Hudson Valley area. I found this movie delightful, funny, very tense at times, well grounded in human and political issues such as the trust problems we had during the Cold War.
So enjoy “The Bamboo Saucer” and spot the actors who are the performers that the general public around the world are quite familiar with and still endure.
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I may be off target a bit, but I have to praise one of the most moving extraterrestrial science fiction movies ever made, 1952’s “Red Planet Mars”.
I’d seen it on television back in the late 1960s and now that I’m watching it in a new state of mind I’ve got to admit as a student of UFOlogy it’s not only socially powerful but it’s hysterically funny in it’s foresight and introspection.
It’s a movie that takes place at the beginning of the Cold War. When the United States and then Soviet Union were rapidly building up their arsenals to blow up the Earth to save it from one another’s ideologies. Typical human behavior to say the least.
The story wraps around the discovery of a young scientist and his wife who use a communications device to contact Martians. They detect the Martians via series of telescopic images showing signs of industry going on. They struggle to get a message back from the Martians but to no avail until the scientist’s son suggests the mathematical equation for Pi be used. That does the trick and soon the Martians and humans are chatting up a storm.
That may sound like a good thing but as any UFOlogist worth their salt who has read the declassified CIA sponsored Robertson Panel document, you can tell what happens next. That document exposed the drive that some in government planned to squash any UFO information, spy on UFO groups and discredit witnesses. The Martians tell about how they’ve solved the challenges of longevity and energy and peaceful relations. Needless to say as soon as the oil and insurance and banking cartels on Earth hear about it, riots break out, labor unions protest, and industries collapse sending the West into a tailspin.
It looks like the past ten years worth of global news except for the Osama Bin Laden thing.
Soon the US is forced to stop broadcasting the messages to the public as total chaos ensues. Adding more contrast to the mix is that the man who really invented the device to communicate with Mars is a drunk ex NAZI recluse living in the Andes mountains who is dealing with shady Soviet henchmen who are intercepting the US’ Martian broadcasts in order to use the information to undermine them. The crusty old drunk NAZI scientist is a movie unto himself as he’s such a character.
Things get worse for the Americans, bankers, and Soviets as the Martians answer the question as to why they’ve not blown themselves up using their technology by stating that belief in God and Christ is what kept them going and that we Earthlings had the opportunity 2,000 years ago but haven’t gotten the picture yet.
That leads to the Soviets dealing with a revolution that has the peasants in Russia upending the government.
Things go from bad to worse quickly as the evil drunk ex NAZI scientist’s secret lair is destroyed in an avalanche and he somehow makes it to America and confronts the good guy scientist with a plot twist that really spoils the milk.
I’ll leave the story there as there is an even bigger plot twist to come and I want you all to enjoy the flick.
The importance of this movie is that it addresses concepts that information about the US and foreign government’s reluctance to release UFO/ET data. It really explains it much.
The direction is fine, the performances are of surprisingly high quality with Peter Graves as the heroic scientist, Andrea King as his scientist wife who delivers a performance that may knock you out. She gives some dialogue that rips right through the mind and heart.
Herbert Berghof as the evil scientist is superb and would have made a great “Fearless Leader” from the classic “Bullwinkle and Rocky” animated cartoon by the great Jay Ward.
You just want to reach into the screen and punch Berghof’s character in the face a dozen times over he’s so rotten.
This is a must have movie for fans of sci-fi, UFOlogy, the Cold War, and religion.
Any villain who quotes from Dante Alighieri’s “Divine Comedy” has got to be seen.
Some critics pan the movie because of it’s religious bend however writers John L. Balderston and John Hoare put together a tight script nonetheless.
It’s black and white but that gives it an extra sense of drama and goes hand in hand with other sci fi flicks of that era that didn’t fear to give God a voice.
So go out and get some popcorn and see a movie from the golden age of UFOlogy.
I’ve found out that you can watch this video online for free, yes Red Planet Mars, on Google video by clicking here, or you can watch it below.
Also, as a giggle of sorts, look for what I call the unintentional “Toy Story” reference regarding the PIXAR movie that features favorite American toys that come to life. It’s a scene where the scientist’s son is playing with toys on the living room floor. I almost fell out of my chair laughing.
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