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Oh, those have existed for I long time, but not in any universities or civilian places, if you know what I mean. They weren't called courses in Ufology either, at least not in my day.
I heard from some guys once who attended lectures like the one I went to, only they went on longer, and even had films and whatnot, basically being told "these are the types of things you might see".
It wasn't called Ufology way back then, though, but more like UAO's--Unidentified Aerial Objects and things like that. One of these films showed the object as it seemed to materialize and de-materialize near a power plant and things even more unusual than that.
I won't relay all the things I heard over the years because I didn't see any of that myself and couldn't prove it anyway.
Edited by TheMacGuffin, 22 November 2012 - 09:37 AM.
Dolan has written some of the best books on the subject. I never met him but I sent him some emails a couple times, not using my real name or the names of anyone else that I new, but just trying to provide some helpful hints.
I never used the names of anyone I knew who had been involved in UFO things, or even the ones I din't know--not unless they had already died off.
Penn Jones, the owner of a weekly newspaper near Dallas, did a great deal of investigation and interviewing of witnesses connected to Oswald, Ruby and the assassination. Jones was a fearless, independent journalist of the kind we no longer have enough of in this country.
He did find that people were afraid to talk or had gone into hiding, and in some cases had been warned by the police and FBI not to discuss the assassination. Some of them simply got "erased" completely.
Edited by TheMacGuffin, 27 November 2012 - 05:12 AM.
And this video is about a book by a retired professor who concluded correctly that the overwhelming evidence is against the Warren Commission report, and he thought James Files was one of the assassins. At least, Files told him that he was.
I've only just been pointed in this direction, and doesn't it seem an incredible coincidence whenever one of these projects is announced in advance the author seems to die before it can be completed? It's similar to the pattern of free energy companies sending out trailers for their future revelation before the website is pulled and they vanish into the zero point. I've been seeing these patterns since day dot and so far have yet to see a single claim come to completion.
The reasons may be fraud, sabotage or both, but not a good scenario either way.
"There are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy" -- Shakespeare
Posted 22 December 2012 - 09:52 PM
TheMacGuffin, on 22 November 2012 - 01:25 AM, said:
Aerospace journalist Nick Cook has some interesting things to say about these very advanced technologies being developed by the military. I think it's easy to hide just about anything from the general public, since most of them aren't paying attention anyway and can be dealt with in five-second soundbites, but this is not so easy with really informed people like Cook, who are paying attention.
I was going to watch this but it says the uploader closed their youtube account. Rats!