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Re: Roswell, My idea

Postby Tim Hebert » Wed Aug 25, 2010 11:34 pm

Mr. Mitchell believes quite a few things. I believe that he is into new age metaphysics. BTW, Mitchell is a key figure in Richard Hoagland's book, "Dark Mission, the Secret History of NASA." Hoagland has a theory that the Apollo astronauts stumbled across the ruins of ancient "domed" cities on the moon and yes Hoagland proposes similar cities on Mars, ie, Cydonia. What's your take on this?

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Re: Roswell, My idea

Postby century » Thu Aug 26, 2010 12:00 am

Tim Hebert wrote:Mr. Mitchell believes quite a few things. I believe that he is into new age metaphysics. BTW, Mitchell is a key figure in Richard Hoagland's book, "Dark Mission, the Secret History of NASA." Hoagland has a theory that the Apollo astronauts stumbled across the ruins of ancient "domed" cities on the moon and yes Hoagland proposes similar cities on Mars, ie, Cydonia. What's your take on this?

Tim


Im on the fence as to whether there is an atmosphere on the moon. if there is, Hoagland's glass structures could be something else.
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Re: Roswell, My idea

Postby century » Thu Aug 26, 2010 12:03 am

I dont think they stumbled on anything, I think they were escorted to the moon and Mars much earlier than they would have us think. I would imagine Earth is just the place we are allowed to live until we get our act together. :cry:
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Re: Roswell, My idea

Postby Tim Hebert » Thu Aug 26, 2010 12:25 am

Very well, thank you for answering my question. I have no further questions for this witness.

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Re: Roswell, My idea

Postby century » Thu Aug 26, 2010 12:38 am

Tim Hebert wrote:Very well, thank you for answering my question. I have no further questions for this witness.

Tim


:lol:
Jesse Marcel Jr. talks about UFO Crash Debris in Roswell 2010
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Re: Roswell, My idea

Postby Access Denied » Thu Aug 26, 2010 6:13 am

century wrote:Edgar Mitchell seems to think we have been visited.

As Tim points out, he believes in a lot of unscientific things like remote viewing and healing and his belief in ET visitation is not based on anything that he experienced while he was an astronaut.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edgar_Mitchell

In an interview with Fox News on July 25, 2008, Mitchell clarified that his comments did not involve NASA, but quoted unnamed sources, since deceased, at Roswell who confided to him that the Roswell incident did involve an alien craft. Mitchell also claims to have subsequently received confirmation from an unnamed intelligence officer at the Pentagon.

Go figure…

[Ed Mitchell is a known associate of Kit Green]

century wrote:Im on the fence as to whether there is an atmosphere on the moon. if there is, Hoagland's glass structures could be something else.

Ah, another John Lear fan... that doesn't realize he's laughing his ass off at you. :lol:

century wrote:Jesse Marcel Jr. talks about UFO Crash Debris in Roswell 2010

And gets paid for it…

Funny thing though, his father’s original description (as well as the descriptions from all the other first hand witnesses) of the broken “struts” (looked like, and was lightweight like, balsa wood and were rectangular) is remarkably different than his (looked like metal and were shaped like I-beams)… then again, he we only 11 years old at the time.

Anyway, welcome to RU and please note this thread is about Nazi flying saucers, not alien spaceships… :)
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Re: Roswell, My idea

Postby Count » Thu Aug 26, 2010 12:07 pm

Access Denied wrote:Well, besides the fact he was hard core SS which would make him a serious security risk and unlikely to “join the other side” willingly I would imagine, his PhD was in Civil Engineering so nothing desirable about that either. Also, according to Wikipedia…


I can agree with that, though it can't be said with certainty what someone is willing to do to save their @ss when everything is going down around them. Perhaps I took your "no brains" comment too literally.

I'm somewhat interested in all the "secret weapons of WW II" stuff from submarines to nuclear bombs and ufos and everything in between. It might not do any good to my credibility to admit that I have all books of Joseph Farrell, along with Cooks The Hunt for Zero Point, Witkowskis Wunderwaffe book etc...
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Re: Roswell, My idea

Postby Puppetburglar » Thu Aug 26, 2010 7:12 pm

I stumbled upon this bit of ranting the other day. http://www.ufocon.blogspot.com/2010/08/roswell-battelle-memory-metal-new.html

Those familiar with the Pentacle Memorandum will want to read it, carefully and skeptically I might add.

If you substitute technologies appropriated from Germany for alien technology, there may be something to this. However, he rants, but rarely cites. That is an issue.

It is possible that some of these scientists were actually told these "memory metals" were alien, to protect the real origin- if that's really what went on there... The world really is that nuts, and sometimes deviously brilliant. If so- it worked!

A fascinating bit of research, but carried and acquired through a too particular lense. Alas, the arc may be poisoned.
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Re: Roswell, My idea

Postby century » Fri Aug 27, 2010 11:17 am

Access Denied wrote:Anyway, welcome to RU and please note this thread is about Nazi flying saucers, not alien spaceships… :)


I apologize, the title does say Roswell. Well I just offered some information pertaining to Roswell along with 2 people who practically grew up in that general area. Im having a hard time seeing where I went off topic.
Screw NAZI saucers, if disk were black operations like the Manhattan project the Americans could have very well had the technology, and the same for the Russians. The question for me is where did the technology originate, or who has sufficient evidence to prove it. The story that the Germans were the first to me hasn't been proven.
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Re: Roswell, My idea

Postby astrophotographer » Fri Aug 27, 2010 5:59 pm

Puppetburglar wrote:I stumbled upon this bit of ranting the other day. http://www.ufocon.blogspot.com/2010/08/roswell-battelle-memory-metal-new.html

Those familiar with the Pentacle Memorandum will want to read it, carefully and skeptically I might add.

If you substitute technologies appropriated from Germany for alien technology, there may be something to this. However, he rants, but rarely cites. That is an issue.

It is possible that some of these scientists were actually told these "memory metals" were alien, to protect the real origin- if that's really what went on there... The world really is that nuts, and sometimes deviously brilliant. If so- it worked!

A fascinating bit of research, but carried and acquired through a too particular lense. Alas, the arc may be poisoned.



Bragalia never lists sources and his story about memory metal is all speculation with no substance. I addressed it in
SUNlite 1-2 (p. 7) and SUNlite 1-3 (p. 9)

There willl be another article in the future issue available on the website September 1 that addresses some of the exaggerations made in the present article. You are correct though that it is too narrow a field of view, which is biased by a belief in an alien spaceship crash. Once you determine that any discovery is associated with the crash, you can make all sorts of leaps of logic and ignore the history and hard work of these scientists. It is disgusting to suggest that people like Buehler, Wang, Eastwood, etc. were all lying about their achievements, which is what Bragalia is essentially saying.
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Re: Roswell, My idea

Postby Frank Stalter » Wed Sep 08, 2010 3:39 am

astrophotographer wrote:It is disgusting to suggest that people like Buehler, Wang, Eastwood, etc. were all lying about their achievements, which is what Bragalia is essentially saying.


They lied themselves about Nitinol . . . .

Assigned by the Naval Ordnance Laboratory in Maryland to find a nonmagnetic and noncorroding material for tools that could be safely used in dismantling magnetic mines, he finally hit upon 55-Nitinol, a nickel-titanium alloy.

Read more: http://www.time.com/time/magazine/artic ... z0ytxexAEg

It was first used for nose cones in Polaris missiles. Your faux outrage amuses me.
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