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Politics/World Events / Re: Only in Canada
« Last post by Lasha on Yesterday at 09:00:12 PM »

Bikers Against Bullying in Cape Breton. Just fantastic. Who doesn't love a biker with a heart?

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight in the Desert with Heather Wade
« Last post by Lasha on Yesterday at 03:25:14 PM »
Update: Ultra Top Secret Heather Wade document.

There are a number of articles being published about the document. I will post them here:

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I will try to keep up with all these articles, so look here for the latest ones to be posted. Also, have a read of my article several posts up.

Wow...the documents sure are causing a stir. Sheesh.

How to use this Forum / Welcome Dhanifan1
« Last post by Administrator on Yesterday at 01:42:43 PM »
Enjoy  :)

How dare yewwwwww!

JC now has a podcast. oh dear. Oh my. The truth will be known. Listen here:

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And reply or make comments in this thread. The General needs to hear from you! :)

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight in the Desert with Heather Wade
« Last post by Lasha on June 20, 2017, 04:13:39 PM »

Tonight June 20 on Midnight In The Desert...James Roy – Benevolent Contact

James Roy is an author and researcher in ufology and extraterrestrial life since 1997, a former member of the New Hampshire chapter of MUFON, and a retired teacher of electronics and robotics for Bell and Howell as well as other Fortune 500 electronics companies.  He also joined the Rhine Research Center of Parapsychology, where he was personally trained in Remote Viewing by field pioneers Russell Targ and Joe McMoneagle. James is a longtime and loyal listener of the Art Bell’s show.

If you lose your remote, this man can help you view where it is. Just sayin'
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Politics/World Events / Re: Strange American News
« Last post by Lasha on June 20, 2017, 12:10:52 PM »
Note to self: If you ever want to get rid of an American...throw some loose change down a well.

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Politics/World Events / Re: Only in Canada
« Last post by Lasha on June 19, 2017, 03:31:24 PM »
Most people don't know it, but in Quebec it is only legal to move to a new home one day of the year, July 1...Canada Day. As a result, many house pets get left to wander and look for new homes. Sad, but true. And oh can imagine the bedlam on the streets of Montreal every Canada Day.

Any way, it looks like a very clever moving company has come up with a solution....a cat shaped cardboard moving box. Yep...that makes it soooooo much easier to remember to pack the pet. :)

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight in the Desert with Heather Wade
« Last post by Lasha on June 19, 2017, 01:15:25 PM »

Tonight June 19 on Midnight In The Desert...Barrie Schwortz – The Shroud of Turin

Barrie Schwortz was the Official Documenting Photographer for the Shroud of Turin Research Project (STURP), the team that conducted the first in-depth scientific examination of the Shroud in 1978. Today, he plays an influential role in Shroud research and education as the editor and founder of the internationally recognized Shroud of Turin Website (You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login), the oldest, largest and most extensive Shroud resource on the Internet, with more than fifteen million visitors from over 160 countries. In 2009 he founded the Shroud of Turin Education and Research Association, Inc. (STERA, Inc.), a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, to which he donated the website and his extensive Shroud photographic collection, as well as many other important Shroud resources, in order to preserve and maintain these materials and make them available for future research and study. He currently serves as the President of STERA, Inc.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight in the Desert with Heather Wade
« Last post by Lasha on June 19, 2017, 01:50:24 AM »
It has to be said. Really, it does.

The recent ‘scholarly’ response to the newly released Ultra Top Secret UFO Heather Wade document – by long-trusted paranormal researchers no less – is embarrassing. Vitriolic, ill-informed and unapologetically fervent; much of what has been written seems to border on vengeful rage and, dare I say it… fearful superstition.

Is this really the right time for torches, angry mobs and pitch forks?

Some examples:

Nick Pope:

“Fake with a capital F”
“These documents are completely and utterly bogus”

“As with previous such documents that have surfaced in the US, I suspect they've been hoaxed by someone on the fringes of the UFO community, playing an elaborate practical joke to see if they can put one over on the true believers.”

“It¹s as if someone was playing buzzword bingo with all the words and phrases that excite UFO believers, and throwing in some New Age philosophy for good measure…Anyone sitting on genuine documents of this nature who really wanted to get the story out, I suspect, would have sent them to the New York Times, the Washington Post, or WikiLeaks, and not to a radio show host in the UFO community.”
        -- The London Express, June 17, 2017

Tom Livesey:

"With documents such as this I suspect a fishing exercise, whereby people on the other side - who may be as perplexed as we are - put information out to see if the internet can come up with answers through pooled intelligence”

"The documents must be poorly written and obviously fake, or disclosure would actually occur which is not the intent."
                    -- Posted online Kevin Randle, June 15, 2017

Kevin Randle:

“MJ-12 – “New Documents, Old Story”

“Okay, I’ve had time to review the document carefully, or rather given it a solid first reading and I have some points to make. I will note here that in my talks with Stephen Bassett, he suggested that all of us, meaning Stan Friedman, Richard Dolan, him and me, create a list of what our first impressions are, and the things that we spotted right off the top. I thought that idea had some merit. We’re not looking to authenticate or debunk, only at the things that disturbed us in some fashion.”

“It is now clear that this does nothing to further our knowledge and just confuses an already confused issue.”

                    -- A Different Perspective, June 15, 2017

Nick Redfern:

“It's garbage. Nothing more, nothing less”

“While I don't know who faked those new MJ12 documents, there's not a chance this is disinformation by a government agency. This is probably the work of someone in Ufology, who is just waiting for certain UFO researchers to endorse the documents - and then the hoaxer will come forward and explain how and why he did it…”

“Most hoaxers never admit to having hoaxed. But, I wouldn't be surprised if they suggested that what they did was not a hoax but a social experiment - revolving around gullibility and a yearning for the "proof" of Roswell.”

“With the 70th anniversary of the Roswell crash being just around the corner, this is perfect timing for someone to try and fool Ufology. And with the "I want to believe" factor so strong in Ufology, it will probably work.”

“I am looking forward to seeing certain ufological (sic) fence-sitters who will 100 percent refuse to denounce the documents as bullshit.”

“Why won't they denounce them? Because they fear they won't get booked at next year's conference here, or conference there, and are fearful of not being in with the "in-crowd" of Ufology anymore. Pathetic!! To those people, I say grow some balls and say what these "documents" are - total crap!”

                     --Posted online at A Different Perspective, June 16, 2017

Peter Capwell Thomas, retired U. S. Navy:

“I have briefed the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development, and Acquisition, and I can say with certainty that what I've seen of this alleged 'Ultra Top Secret' memo, it would be considered the shoddiest of work and never allowed to get anywhere near the Director of the CIA, DIA or NSA.”

“But it is certain that our radar sensors are picking up the alien Visitors routinely on a regular basis. ... the Visitors have to come fully into this world so they can do things and interact with us. Those are the times they become quite visible. And that is when the military sees the aliens trying to take a genetic sample of something or sucking water out of a lake. Then the UFOs show up on radar and the military routinely dispatches jets and helicopters to go see what They are doing.”

“I worked for the Navy at a SECRET level, not the DIA, but the classification markings don't make sense in a general way. In a properly marked document, every paragraph begins with a letter denoting the highest classification of the material in that paragraph, like (S-NF,) which means Secret-No Foreigner can read or (TS, Top Secret). Every page is carefully marked top and bottom with the highest classification of the document as a whole and each page is clearly numbered (e.g. 2 of 5). That includes blank pages which are typically marked "This page intentionally blank." Also, I have never seen the word "classified" used in any document (like this fake alleged DIA document from Heather Wade that has "classified" stamped in the author section on Page 2. It has no meaning and there is no reason, for example, the authors should not be named. The briefer always has to know who wrote the materials so that he can get answers to questions that might arise in the brief. Also, if this doc is the sole copy ("read and destroy") why did they spend time talking about how other agencies might mark it? And for that matter as far as I can tell, the Navy would not have used the markings indicated. I've never seen "read-and-destroy" on any classified document I ever handled because generally no one has permission to destroy documents!"

“Other oddities: In 1989, William Webster was already CIA Director, so in theory he was briefing someone higher. But that was not a Presidential election year, so who was he briefing? Also the claim that no vehicles were retrieved after 1957 is just not right. The Kecksburg, PA crash in 1965 is just one good example. And of course, exclamation marks on Page 5 at the bottom left after "WHITE HOUSE!!" are just plain silly. Further, the appearance of a very badly copied fax or other original is a technique that has been used so many times by hoaxers that I consider it evidence of a ruse. Finally, the pages you have reprinted so far from Heather Wade's link to the website where she placed the alleged DIA document from her two male sources on June 13, 2017, would never pass the scrutiny of the Chain of Command. I have briefed the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development, and Acquisition and I can say with certainty that what I've seen of this alleged "Ultra Top Secret" memo, it would be considered the shoddiest of work and never allowed to get anywhere near the Director of the CIA, DIA or NSA.”

                  --Earthfiles, Linda Moulton Howe, June 16, 2017

Now certainly, I am not one to immediately believe the first document plunked down in front of me. Far from it. I have simply had too much life experience and endured too many years of journalistic training to fall so safely into that dubious category.

Any professional…be they archivist, journalist, forensic investigator or literary critic…will advise a deliberately measured and, above all, patient approach to all things documentary. It is the manner in which all truly productive scholars earn their stripes.

However, the reaction to this document has been swift, unapologetic and far too histrionic to be believed. Embarrassing? You bet. And the fact that these statements were presented as genuine conclusions in a respected British newspaper? Sickening.

This 48 page document was released to the public by Heather Wade in consort with the June 15th episode of Midnight in the Desert and is available for free download. The document is a dense, information-filled and startling treatise presented by the military to the Office of the President on January 8th, 1989, It is an instructional document intended to prepare George HW Bush shortly before his inauguration on January 20, 1989 for the pending arrival of a more detailed military report.

And…oh my….it says a lot.

Much of the past information obtained through leaked documents concerning the 1947 Roswell and the 1948 Aztec, New Mexico UFO crashes are confirmed within this document. Detailed accounts are described in complex military phraseology; dates, names, command structures and crash co-ordinates are all verified and a condensed assessment of several alien species and their ‘disk-craft’ is included.

But it doesn’t stop there.

There is new information; lots of it….strange events, bizarre alien child-rearing programs and new technologies are included in the document as well as a compilation of 11 months of interrogation sessions between a military officer and an EBE (Extra-terrestrial Biological Entity). It is truly a stunning text and, as a briefing to an incoming MJ 12 official, it certainly appears to act precisely as it should; as that of a survey of verified knowledge.

And it is causing quite a stir.

Most every criticism of this document, as seen so far, is based on the appearance of the typeface selection, the linguistic style, the font used, the manner of printing and the classification stamps. All these elements have, apparently, not passed muster. Some scholars disparage the document for simply restating what has been contained in previous documents, although…it is precisely that: a briefing intended to bring the reader up to date on past events. Others take exception to the document for not referring to information already disclosed in previous documents, even though the document clearly states there are more briefings to come. And, others still, claim that the type face is wrong, word usage is peculiar and type-writers were not used by the military in 1989. I can assure you typewriters were used everywhere in 1989 and would actually be a far more ‘secure’ information reproduction system than that of a computer database. But these are small details, are they not?

The real issue here is that this document can’t be real until the old guard of ufology, all the seasoned paranormal scholars and the self-proclaimed military experts, have deemed it to be so. After all, there are careers at stake and lives hang in the balance. Reputations, you see, must be maintained.

I would like to challenge the paranormal ‘powers-that-be’ to calm down, dig in and investigate. The information contained in this document is far too serious and meaningful to be so easily dismissed. Typos don’t negate facts, style can never dispel substance and….yes…documents and their preparations can sometimes vary from writer-to-writer, change over time and differ between government departments. Don’t panic. It’s called human nature.

Perhaps there are several other factors at work here to also consider.

The entire paranormal ‘industry’, for lack of a better word, is evolving. And I, for one, am glad of it. In recent years new concepts and information sources have been developed. First-hand documentation and fresh authority figures have emerged, innovative scientific and philosophic concepts are being pondered and up-to-date media outlets are now being tested. There is just no stopping it. We are growing up.

No longer must we all wait in long lines at esoteric book stores hoping to obtain the latest tome by the all too familiar best-selling paranormal investigator. We can walk away from such rules, break free from expensive conferences and investigate all such matters all on our own. Personal experience and the internet now offer new alternatives to research. Individualism and that pesky gadfly…human experience…have finally emerged triumphant.

And I know of no other way to truly verify anything; other than to experience it and report back to others. It is how courts of law work. It is how humanity works. It is how it has always been done.

Don’t get me wrong. God bless the military and God bless science…yeah, science, go science! But, you know what? At the end of the day, a soldier or a man in a lab coat cannot speak for me. Not when human evolution and phenomenal social milestones are so at issue.

This is personal and it should be. No amount of uniform typefaces, military lingo or predictable classification stamps are going to assist me when I stand slack-jawed and awestruck before of a grey alien within his blinking, high speed disk-craft. Believe me, there will be precious few illusions to cling to at such a time. Not for me and certainly not for an unregulated industry existing so valiantly outside all academic norms.

I also wonder how this document would be received had it been obtained and disseminated by Stanton Freidman, Nick Pope, Stephen Basset or Richard Dolan. Such trusted fellows…so staid and respectable. Surely no more reliable pundits could be found. And well, they are….you know….men.

I can imagine that any one of the ‘old guard’ of paranormal study would have dearly loved to be the one chosen to take possession of so momentous a document. And if they weren’t the one chosen, well….that is certainly another reason for the document to be a fake, now isn’t it? Reputations, you see, are not so easily earned or maintained.

Suffice it to say…I want more discussion, I want more research. It is far too important a subject to dismiss so casually or in light of small printing errors, minor factual details or fading industry traditions.

We need deliberate scrutiny here and we need to stop relying on outdated dogma. We need to look at this with better eyes.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight in the Desert with Heather Wade
« Last post by Lasha on June 17, 2017, 02:08:06 PM »
oh wow...oh is an interview Heather did with Howard Hughes of the BBC just last night. wow...take a listen:

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What an interview!!!!

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