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 Post subject: UFOs and the Pentagon
PostPosted: Thu Dec 21, 2017 5:41 pm 
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A former Pentagon official has admitted, on the basis of USAAF sightings in the now defunct Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Programme and other sources, that there is "compelling evidence" that we Earthlings may not be alone.
UFOs have been observed that have flying abilities that no country could match. Luis Elizondo's said, "We have identified some very interesting, anomalous type of aircraft. Things that don't have very obvious flight surfaces, any form of obvious propulsion; and manoeuvring in ways that include extreme manoeuvrability, beyond, I would submit, healthy g-forces of a human or anything biological. Hypersonic velocities, low observability, positive lift - again, seemingly defying the laws of aerodynamics." Some of the craft displayed abilities neither the US nor any other country was able to match "that we are aware of ", Mr. Elizondo added.
"I'm not in the US government any more ( but ) my personal belief is that there is very compelling evidence that we may not be alone, whatever that means."
Is the truth out there after all?

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Happy Xmas to all our readers, though it's sometimes known as 14960 or 1563. As for music, you might expect a 2214, but more likely to get 8074. On T.V. there's 9007 or 9618, but we hope that 1288 guided by 44613 will bring 3534 and 18360 of presents. :?:

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Thank you Stella, though I really have no idea what it all means, have a good Christmas and a happy hogmanay. Kind thoughts Bob


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2017 11:57 am 
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stella wrote:
Happy Xmas to all our readers, though it's sometimes known as 14960 or 1563. As for music, you might expect a 2214, but more likely to get 8074. On T.V. there's 9007 or 9618, but we hope that 1288 guided by 44613 will bring 3534 and 18360 of presents. :?:

(Puzzle from 2004)



does this mean anything

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2017 1:07 pm 
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Could Stella have been an extraterrestrial all along?

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2017 4:03 pm 
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Clearly these are asteroids that haven't yet hit us.

Yule, Noel, Carol etc.

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My brain hurts :cry:

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Well done David 8) I'm sure you are right .

asteroid 14960 Yule, 1563 Noel, 2214 Carol, 8074 Slade, 9007 James Bond, 9618 Johncleese, 1288 santa, 44613 Rudolph, 3534 sax, 18360 Sachs :)

while 2004 is Lexell :mrgreen:

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A problem with the possibility of extraterrestrial spacecraft visiting us ( they can't be entirely ruled out, as our snail's-paced, interstellar, voyager spacecraft can't be ruled out to them ) is that they only seem to buzz us.
Why do they never land and say the immortal words, "Take us to your leader"? The answer might be that the UFOs are unmanned probes. The craft that we supposedly encounter might come from planets that have been receiving Earth transmissions since radio was invented.
If UFOs are able to travel at relativist velocities, nearby stellar systems could send them to us in a matter of a few years.

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I thought that our 'Free world' leader was an extraterrestrial. :)

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 29, 2017 9:51 am 
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Brian wrote:
Well done David 8) I'm sure you are right .

asteroid 14960 Yule, 1563 Noel, 2214 Carol, 8074 Slade, 9007 James Bond, 9618 Johncleese, 1288 santa, 44613 Rudolph, 3534 sax, 18360 Sachs :)

while 2004 is Lexell :mrgreen:



OMG brain freeze

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