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July 13, 2018

Atomic bomb tests led to the aliens even become interested in this shithole planet in the first place. On July 7th, 1947, 75 miles north of the town of Roswell, New Mexico, something really did happen, which attracted the attention of the U.S. Army Air Force of the time, (http://www.theweek.co.uk/us/59331/roswell-ufo-crash-what-really-happened-67-years-ago). On July 8th, 1947, the military had let out a press release, which they changed to reflect the crashed object as a weather balloon but the thing is, they couldn’t put the genie back into the bottle. The Soviets at the time were busy conducting atomic bomb tests of their own, so Project Mogul was classified enough because of the way they were listening for these bomb tests with a microphone on balloon to see if the sound was able to be picked up on in the atmosphere.

31 years later the story came back to haunt the Air Force. New theories arose that the government’s account of the incident was not accurate. Never mind, four alien bodies were recovered in the wreckage. In 1989, Glenn Dennis had talked to a nurse that had walked in on the dissection of the dead bodies, since they resembled humans but had small bodies and were bald. Ray Santilli, a London entrepreneur spent 1995 releasing a hoax video about an alien autopsy that was received entirely as a hoax.

A UK based newspaper called The Week; states that high UFO sightings during the release of Close Encounters of the Third Kind. England saw 750 UFO sightings alone while the film was released. Project Mogul, consequently was declassified in the 1970s. In the United States, the Mutual UFO Network keeps track of all sightings that get reported. There is actual statistical data on the subject, somewhere. But on the day of the solar eclipse last year, I got on the MUFON website to see what happened and there were many sightings. I’ve seen some UFOs myself and you can find my Vocal.Media piece on the subject.



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