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Brazilian 1977 UFO Case.


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#31    lost_shaman

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Posted 27 September 2011 - 04:49 AM

View PostTheMcGuffin, on 26 September 2011 - 07:28 PM, said:

Some military officials tried to "explain" this by theorizing that guerillas were responsible or that it was some secret weapon being tested by the US, but I don't think that even comes close to answering what was really going on there.  Local residents had thought for quite some time that there was a UFO base in the region, and that the ETs resented human intrusions in this area, which were increasing in the 1960s and 1970s.  


Interestingly, Brazil finally ordered a very advanced radar system from the US to keep the Amazon under observation:

"U.S. awareness of the area further increased in 1994, when the Raytheon corporation (famous for its Patriot missiles employed during the Gulf War) was awarded a $1.4 billion dollar contract to build a radar system. This in itself is hardly surprising, given the company's record of building similar facilities for the U.S. Navy, particularly the highly controversial "over the horizon" system (ROTHR) being deployed on the Puerto Rican island of Vieques. The curious note was that the call for bids had issued from Brazil, which was interested in creating an advanced radar network within Amazonia to be known as SIVAM."


http://easynowsmoonb...asion-1977.html


I posted a thread about SIVAM on ATS in 2005.

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Posted 18 February 2012 - 02:01 PM

View PostTheMcGuffin, on 26 September 2011 - 07:20 PM, said:

They did take hundreds of pictures of these UFOs, which did seem to be under intelligent control, and Hollandia even reported contact with an ET that left him very disturbed.  I would consider this as evidence of hostile UFOs, especially due to the deaths and injuries that resulted, and the island's residents even called them "flying death machines".  Definitely one of the best documented UFO flaps in history, and one that obviously spooked the military.  It spooks me, too:

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http://easynowsmoonb...asion-1977.html

Hey my friend, that's a great post and this certainly has got to be one the most freaky UFO cases of the lot - here's a new address for that link:

http://ufo-tv.com/co...o-invasion-1977

Cheers.  :tu:


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Posted 24 April 2012 - 05:21 AM

More military sightings of Colares UFOs by the team sent there to investigate the case:


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Helicopters were used sometimes to carry members of the team or other officers to and from Colares, but none of the crews ever reported seeing a UFO while flying. However, one crew, consisting of a lieutenant colonel, a lieutenant and two sergeants, did see one from the ground one night while standing near the cemetery in Colares.

It was a semi-circular object about four thousand feet high that appeared to be three inches wide at that distance. It was bright red on top and emitted flashes of blue light. It moved through the sky in a curve and vanished after about fifteen seconds.

Also present were Sergeant Santos, two other members of the team and the lieutenant colonel who commanded the air base’s Intelligence section

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There's also this diagram at the link charting UFO movements during one night.

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Posted 24 April 2012 - 03:03 PM

wow.

Does anyone know of any debunk on this case??


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Posted 31 May 2012 - 08:49 PM

View Postquillius, on 24 April 2012 - 03:03 PM, said:

wow.

Does anyone know of any debunk on this case??

Qullius, other than wilfully ignoring all the reports and labelling it all 'mass hysteria', I don't know of any.

Here's some more interesting testimony from the physician on the scene who states that she was forced to lie by the military about just how serious the phenomenon actually was.


Physician Compelled by Brazilian Air Force to lie about UFOs


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Posted 01 June 2012 - 06:48 AM

A Brazilian officer who was involved in a another UFO investigation in a differnt area in 1977 had his men get pictures of the object, which was a regular "visitor".

In a recent interview "Lieutenant-Colonel Leo Tércio Sperb demonstrated that he belongs to a lineage of Brazilian military that is quite open and prepared to face the reality of the UFO Phenomenon. He asserted that he thinks “there’s no question about the existence of other intelligences in contact with Earth’s humankind”, and that “contact between them and us is inevitable and will definitely happen in the future”.

I always appreciate this kind of military directness.

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Posted 01 June 2012 - 08:47 PM

View PostTheMcGuffin, on 01 June 2012 - 06:48 AM, said:

A Brazilian officer who was involved in a another UFO investigation in a differnt area in 1977 had his men get pictures of the object, which was a regular "visitor".

In a recent interview "Lieutenant-Colonel Leo Tércio Sperb demonstrated that he belongs to a lineage of Brazilian military that is quite open and prepared to face the reality of the UFO Phenomenon. He asserted that he thinks “there’s no question about the existence of other intelligences in contact with Earth’s humankind”, and that “contact between them and us is inevitable and will definitely happen in the future”.

I always appreciate this kind of military directness.

http://www.ufodigest...and-observation


Mcguffin, good to see you mate and that's a great post :tu:  - seems the other series of incidents in the same year sound quite similar to the Colares reports although I don't suppose we're any nearer to finding out what these 'chupa chupa'  objects actually are.

The reports of 'light beams' passing through solid structures certainly gives a person pause for thought though.



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“On May 24, 1978, the unbelievable  happened on the sloping waterfront at Baía do Sol township. The night  was dark, with no stars visible in the sky. At 2.00am as they were  sitting in their car sheltering from the heavy rain, the Estado do Pará’s reporters were awakened by a powerful beam of light which -  however unbelievable it may seem – passed through the metallic structure  of the roof of the vehicle. Alarmed, they rapidly got out of the car.  Then, when already a small distance from the car, they saw that a  tube-shaped light beam, about ten inches in diameter, was coming down  from above onto the roof of the car and passing through the metal  paneling. All of this went on for about two minutes. When they started  taking photographs, the craft, which was emitting the light beams and  hanging silent and stationary in the air, at once lit up all the  tree-tops all around.”

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He was referring to the fact that at the time many people believed the UFOs were somehow using rays of light to suck blood from victims. Villagers said UFOs sometimes hovered in the sky at night and beamed down rays of light that passed through the tile roofs of houses as if the tiles didn’t exist.

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The comments made by Lieutenant-Colonel Leo Tércio Sperb appear to show just how seriously the Brazilian Military take the UFO phenomenon and there's some other intriguing statements at the link below made by Brigadier Jose Carlos Pereira and Brigadier Socrates Monteiro:

http://www.theufochr...el-reveals.html

Cheers.


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Posted 02 June 2012 - 02:50 AM

View Postkarl 12, on 01 June 2012 - 08:47 PM, said:

The comments made by Lieutenant-Colonel Leo Tércio Sperb appear to show just how seriously the Brazilian Military take the UFO phenomenon and there's some other intriguing statements at the link below made by Brigadier Jose Carlos Pereira and Brigadier Socrates Monteiro:

http://www.theufochr...el-reveals.html

Cheers.


I think that we can say with certainty that military officers are definitely interested in UFOs and the possibility of these advanced craft fyling around like this, unless they are completely oblivious and out of touch with reality.

Here's a picture of Col. Sperb being interviewed about his UFO investigation.

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Posted 02 June 2012 - 02:52 PM

I watched a long and detailed documentary on this case as well as checking out a lot of websites.  It is clearly a very important case because it stands out as one of the very few where humans are being targeted and harmed, in some cases fatally so.  Most of the time we have the impression of human activity being 'observed at a distance' or at worst equipment such as car engines, police radios, military aircraft or missile systems malfunctioning.  Seldom we see or hear of direct seemingly intentional harm being inflicted by the UFO's.  

Was it intentional then?  Were they just trying to monitor human beings their way with innocent intentions?  This would be my default position.  Interesting that we have heard nothing like this since.

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