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Saturday, March 31, 2012

Were The Crashed UFOs In The 1940s Shot Down?

The Tap Blog in March opened up a new chapter featuring whistleblower testimony claiming that ETs and EDs (extra terrestrials and extra dimensionals) are having significant influence on events taking place on earth in 2012. Many readers have ridiculed this step, and prefer either not to dedicate any time to watching the longer video clips, or reject the stories out of hand.

Of course the whole thing could be a giant hoax, to fool us into swallowing ET stories whole. But anyone who has watched the videos can see that these are either extremely good actors working with very poor scripts, or they are genuine. There are so many witnesses coming forward telling different aspects of the same story, and applying different interpretations, with people recounting real life contact with alien beings, you are almost forced to the conclusion that they are far more significant than I and many others had previously realised. Or maybe we had not been ready to realise. I used to reject most of the witness statements out of hand, but now see them as providing crucial understanding of the otherwise inexplicable events taking place.

Saturday finds a new clip posted up on Project Camelot's whistleblower website. Chuck Wade made a deep study of UFO phenomena in the 1940s. This is his testimony to history talking to Bill Ryan and Kerry Cassidy, handing them a piece of crashed UFO to handle at the start.



All these ex-military types have a similar throat-clearing technique.

His father was nearby when the UFO crash happened at Roswell. The farmer on whose land the craft came down came round and asked his dad to come and help clear the debris. The whole village knew all about the UFO crash. Yet under threat everyone was afraid to talk about it. There were, Chuck Wade found out, other UFO crashes which happened that week, three possibly four others, at locations nowhere near Roswell, which is the only one that made it into newspapers, before it was covered up and presented as a 'weather balloon' incident.

Sent in from Me -

Chuck Wade's pictures of crashed UFO material from archaeological dig in 2004.

UFO debris photos http://www.chuckwadeufo.com/ChuckWadeUFO/albums/Pages/debris.html#0 Skip to 45 mins in if you don't have much time. - Me.

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Tapestry you write:- there are so many witnesses coming forward" Inferring that they are speaking the truth.
Could another reason be that they are suffering from "false memory" syndrome?

A psychiatrists explanation of witness to crimes:-
" False memory syndrome is not malingering in that the individual is not intentionally claiming something happened that he knows did not happen. Rather, the individual is accusing another person of a wrongdoing he believes did occur and is doing so because a third party has suggested in a convincing way that it must have happened. After the suggestion, the person creates a false memory about an event that in actuality never occurred."

The same syndrome cold explain "alien"and "ufo" witnesses.

Tapestry said...

The witnesses are not reporting what others saw for the most part, but what they did and saw themselves, including working alongside aliens, and flying in UFOs, both alien and reverse manufactured craft. You need to watch the videos.

Anonymous said...

UFO debris photos

http://www.chuckwadeufo.com/ChuckWadeUFO/albums/Pages/debris.html#0

Skip to 45 mins in if you don't have much time.

- Me.

Anonymous said...

I'm beginning to think the "Internet" is a strange mystical place where rumours can born and nurtured until they are fully grown into believed fact.

The whole scenario of Aliens, UFO's White Dragon Society, Jesuits, Rothschild etc. etc are told over and over again and are circulated endlessly. The people who have sites interview each other until they all begin to really believe it's true. The Project Camelot is one of these sites that spends an enormous of time interviewing people who regularly appear on each other's shows and videos. By the way never believe a man who wears a hat indoors.
This whole rumour fest has grown into a real business with spin-offs in books and videos and personal appearances. David Icke is one of the gang that seems to be travelling the World and making a nice living.
I would really like to believe that our corrupt bankers and politicians will be overthrown. The problem is there is a lot of talk and no action. When one of the "alternative in-crowd" like Fulford make timetable predictions that do not happen they suddenly get amnesia about what they've said. His followers make excuses. If you believe in the truth then the truth is the truth. No compromises. No get-out-excuse.
Until there is a definitive happening that really cannot be hidden from the mainstream media I will consider the whole thing a total unbelievable waste of time that just gives the strange people pushing these ideas a reason to get out of bed and face the day knowing their lives are rather sad.

Anonymous said...

Does he make an income out of this stuff?

Tapestry said...

I see. There is no evidence of advanced technology being used by governments? What about the flying 'ball' which was superimposed by the image of an aircraft on 911? 911 is the giveaway.

Fukushima - there was no 9.1 earthquake.

Crashed saucers? There were many all over the world, yet only Roswell ever gets discussed by the media and then denied. In four years between 1952 and 1956, the US air force and navy lost 18,000 aircraft.

The media can make whole sections of history disappear. The internet refinds them, but you need to work through a lot of material to be sure. Current events are harder to track, but as you know the media is all lies, what's the problem. Why wait til they place information for your daily consumption? You wanna be a mug? Carry on.

People protect information online to stop it from being misused. Websites cost money to maintain and feed.

Julia said...

I think that is a good point about the danger of information being endlessly recycled and the same people reappearing in the different places, repeating and renforcing things until they become accepted fact. I think this is a potential danger of the truth research world, especially as more and more people are turning to it. The chances of falsities and rumour being planted ate getting greater. We could end up like the mainstream media if we are not careful, just perpetuating misinformation. HOWEVER, this does not mean it is all a load of hogwash, as Tap has explained. There is plenty of material to prove 911 is an inside job for example. It is often hard to take something in to start with when it seems incredible. And I think keeping an open mind about everything is essential. Changing your mind or moving your point of view is nothing to be ashamed of. It is part of progressing your journey. If some experienced researcher gets it wrong from time to time, so what? It doesn't mean they are always wrong or making everything up. Noone is always right or knows everything. The only real truth is your own truth from your own experiences. Everything else is just filling in the gaps.