Friday, February 27, 2009

ZetaTalk - Ch.24

Project Blue Book
Since UFO sightings were in the air, the Air Force was the presumed arm of the military that would be in the know. Assigning the Naval intelligence as the primary arm of MJ-12 was supposed to be a slight of hand that no one would suspect. Thus the Air Force officers assigned bustled about and issued reams of paper, all looking very official. They were given a list of the probable explanations for strange lights in the sky, and they dutifully ascribed somethgin on the list to any sighting reported. When on occasion an officer working for project Blue Book got too curious, he was reassigned. Those who parroted the party line and didn't attempt any independent thought remained. Thus, as would be expected, the final report fell neatly into line with the original intent – UFOs were all swamp gas or meteors, or the gigment of the public's active imagination.

13 Heavens Note: Edward J. Ruppelt is the former head of the US Air Force's Project Blue Book. This report on his findings has been suppressed and out of print for decades, but thanks to Drunvalo Melchezidek, it is available and FREE... [click here]

- Pages 152-153, ZetaTalk, by Nancy Lieder

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