Around 930,000 documents, totaling more than 12 million pages, have been posted online. Previously, the files were only available to the public at the National Archives in Maryland. Spanning early CIA history, the Cold War, Vietnam, and the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft, the archive also details a number of UFO incidents.
A ‘UFO’ search of the archive at Electronic Reading Room on the CIA’s website returns 1,738 items, the earliest of which is dated 1942. Strange sightings are described in files such as a 1966 file detailing an “unusual phenomenon” on the horizon near the border between Iran and the former Soviet Union.
FK – It it’s on Faux News it must be true, right?
FK – If memory serves my long ago research on Geller, very cursory, led me to think he was for real, at least to an extent. Anyone who denies the UFO phenomena is simply lying and not to be trusted.
FK – I have a hard time thinking the watchers gave up their petri dish to the tool using monkeys.
The other day I saw a report that claimed the I.Q. of the human species is actually increasing. Couldn’t tell by recent election results.
Hollywood movies, like the ancient tribal propaganda, are juiced up versions of reality, to sell movie tickets and to keep us looking for boogie men under our beds when in fact they’re in our schools, our high offices and our church pulpits. The alien franchise is sci fi horror.
So the god that’s going to burn most of humanity alive in fire forever is coming to save us? Makes me feel better.
I won’t blindly trust the first bunch that reveals themselves, nor the second, nor the 2,002nd nor any of them. Blind faith is what got us into this mess. It won’t get us out.