Posts Tagged ‘General Staff’
Ronald Nussbeck writes, On November 29, 1968 the newspaper Sverdlovsk reported, “Berezovsky Dreams” with the account of Flying Lightning Balls, one of which crashed near Berezovsky. This article reveals never before seen images of a UFO Crashed Disk. I would like to thank Ron Stewart for the many long hours of research and development of the images, without people like Ron this would never make the light of day.
The Soviet Defense Ministry wrote in March 1969, Order No. 481 addressed to the Commander of the Air Defense Forces in the Sverdlosvsk Military Region Lieutenant General A.G. Ponomarenko. He was ordered to assist in every way the local KGB authorities in the operation “Sverdlovsk Midget” (small aliens), signed by the Deputy Commander in Chief of the USSR Air Defense Forces, Colonel General S.D. Lebedey, Seal stated, General Staff of the USSR Defense Ministry.
In a second letter from November 3, 1969 on the KGB letterhead addressed to Deputy Chief of the Scientific Research Department KGB USSR, Colonel Grigoriev. The letter stated that on March 5, 1969 information was received about discovery of the unidentified object wreckage, 3 meter high and 5 meter in diameter with remains of small unknown human like creature; Operation called “Sverdlovsk Midget”.
Ron S. Stewart using APEP (Advanced Photographic Extraction Process), a Microscopic Digital Imaging system (www.ufoimaging.com). APEP uses X-Ray, Thermo, Infrared and high magnification along with increased DPI (dots per inch) to extract images. The articles photos reveal the Russian’s may have in their possession a crashed Disk from another planet.
Death Certificates signed by Doctors Kamyshoy, Savitsky and Gordeenko were issued in Moscow region on March 24, 1969. Certificates in the USSR are printed by Gosznak, the documents are only some of the evidence found. Large volumes of information are available on the web including autopsy photos and expert testimony to the veracity of the crash.
The image left is an X-Ray using APEP, the KGB agent seen in image #1 is holding part of the craft, follow the numbers to image #8, in it the KGB agent is holding a piece of the craft behind his back with his left hand. In his right hand is another piece of the crashed disk.
Michael Cohen writes: The front of the UFO appears to show a ‘Gray’ on the relief of the object (circled in red). This has not gone through analysis and we eagerly look forward to the results. We are also aware that some question this video, claiming it is a scene from an old Soviet movie. It should be noted that no-one has ever identified that movie and Russian ufologists generally regard this footage as genuine.
Will analysis prove this? More on this to come….
Michael Cohen states, “I have asked a number of Russian academics about the debunking story re this footage. They said it is out of the question and impossible that in 1968 a bunch of American film makers could have come to Russia and used the army for an ad. Thanks to Mike firstname.lastname@example.org
Editor’s Note: Michael Cohen has given permission to for Filer’s Files to use this article. I was in the movie “The Secret KGB Files” with Roger Moore and was told they had paid thousands of dollars for the film from KGB officers and to the best of their information was that this was a legitimate UFO crash. We had not noticed the alleged alien face on the craft..
The Russians approached the subject of UFOs with the utmost seriousness and attention to detail. Boris Sokolov, a retired Russian Colonel ran an in-depth study in 1980. “For 10 years,” Sokolov said, “the entire Soviet Union became one gigantic UFO listening post.” There were 40 cases where pilots encountered UFOs, explained Sokolov. Initially, they were commanded to chase, and then shoot the UFOs. But when the pilots engaged, the UFOwould speed up. On two occasions, pilots gave chase, lost control and crashed, with the crew killed on impact. After these unfortunate incidents, the pilots received another order: When they saw a UFO they should change course – and get away. On October 5, 1983 Sokolov received an order from his commander to leave immediately for the Ukraine. A report from the base commander to the Chief of the General Staff claimed that the day before, from 4 until 8 in the evening, a UFO had been observed near the base. During that time, the missile launch codes had mysteriously been enabled.
UFO sightings by Soviet cosmonauts are not uncommon. Unlike American astronauts’ reluctance to talk about the subject, Soviet references to UFOs were reported from the very beginning, with Yuri Gagarin himself shown here. In documents, Gagarin is quoted as saying, “UFOs are real, they fly at incredible speeds and that he would tell more about what he had seen in orbit – provided he be given permission to do so.”
According to Cosmonaut Mus Manarov on the 1991 Mir Mission: “It happened during a visit mission, when all our attention was focused on the slowly approaching space capsule… It is possible that it was a kind of UFO.”
Yuri Andropov, the former Soviet leader and long-time head of the KGB, had an acute personal interest in UFOs and ALIENS ordered a 13-year program that required every soldier in the military to monitor sightings over Russian territory. Through Andropov’s personal interest, in 1978, two committees were established to investigate UFOs, one military and one civilian. Andropov ordered four million Soviet soldiers to file detailed reports of incidents. According to some sources, the program led to hundreds of thousands of sightings being recorded in the 13 years before it was abandoned with the break-up of the Soviet Union in 1990.
Thanks to the History Channel