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MUFON NEVER INVESTIGATED THE MOST DETAILED UFO EXPERIENCE IN EXISTANCE…WHY ?
The International MUFON group, invited to discuss the Billie Meier UFO case still ongoing since 1964, reveal they never investigated it for reasons unknown, and decline opportunity to discuss on air. Since its inception in 1969, the international UFO investigation organization, MUFON, has established protocols for conducting UFO investigations. But according to Michael Horn, U.S. media representitive for the Billy Meier UFO contact case, not only has MUFON never investigated the case, the organization revealed today that it has never had any plans to do so.
Horn says that they also declined to discuss it on his radio show, which focuses on the topic. “I am unaware of any uniquely significant information from MUFON about UFOs, mainly just a lot of anecdotal ‘lights-in-the-sky’ stories. It might be understandable – if there was no such thing as the Meier case. But Meier’s ironclad UFO evidence was authenticated by top international scientists ironically scooping MUFON and all the other UFO groups,” states Michael Horn.
“While there is no doubt that the mainstream media and governmental interests suppress information about Meier’s nearly 70 years of authenticated extraterrestrial contacts, for unknown, inexplicable reasons MUFON also appears to be preventing public knowledge of the case. The question is, why has an organization supposedly dedicated to researching claims such as Meier’s failed to do so… for the past 41 years? Obviously, if it’s true, it’s the most important story in human history,” according to Horn.
“The UFO aspect of the Meier case is very attention grabbing. But far more important are the unheeded warnings of very specific threats to our future survival that are now coming down upon us. The only possible source of such disturbingly accurate information is from far more advanced beings, who verifiably provided it to Meier decades before the events occurred. Considering how long it’s been known to them, it’s quite puzzling why the Meier case hasn’t been priority number one with UFO organizations such as MUFON.
Perhaps our future would be looking very different had they been willing to investigate and broadly publish their findings,” said Horn.
Thanks to The Michael Horn Show and UFO Casebook.
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In his chapter for “UFOs,” French Major General Denis Letty reports on the case of Air Force Captain Jean-Pierre Fartek, then a Mirage III pilot, who had seen a UFO in 1979.
Captain Fartek’s case was most unusual, because the sighting did not occur while he was flying, but had taken place at his home in a village near Dijon, during the day.
He and his wife witnessed an oscillating object hovering low to the ground, in front of a row of apple trees. General Letty met with them at the location, and wrote this in his notes during the interview:
“The object looked like two reversed saucers pressed against each other, with a precise contour, a gray metal color on the top and dark blue below, with no lights or port-holes.”
The clarity and precision of the shape of the object left no doubt that it was something solid and physical, and Captain Fartek made this drawing. (seen below)
He provided many more details, as Letty describes.
The similarities between the object described by the three Captains – Guerra Schultz and Fartek –- in different countries and in different years, are both suggestive and fascinating. (Collection J. Fartek)
Captain Fartek submitted a report to the Air Guard Station at the base, and he was instructed not to talk about what he saw. Letty writes that Fartek, shown at left in a more recent photograph, was very upset by this experience.
“He told me when we met that the sighting called into question his perception of what were then called ‘flying saucers,’ because he had never believed in them,” Letty says in his chapter.
“Now, he acknowledged to me that after seeing this craft he could no longer doubt their existence. Hearing his testimony, I too did not have any more doubt about the reality of the phenomenon.
In fact, taken together, I found the Farteks’ testimony so disturbing that I have been preoccupied by the UFO problem ever since. In 1996, after he became a Major, Commander Fartek was interviewed for the COMETA study which I initiated, and even then, after seventeen years, he was still visibly shaken by what he saw.”
(photo (C) courtesy Bernard Thouanel)
Thanks to UFO Casebook and the Huffington Post.
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PAPUA – It is now 50 years since a 31-year-old Australian Anglican missionary William Gill, and 37 parishioners and staff made the best attested and least explained UFO sighting. Gill, who was priest in charge at Boianai, a large village on the mountainous north coast of Milne Bay province wrote “There had been quite a number of reports over the months from reliable witnesses.”
“The peculiar thing about these most recent reports is that the UFOs seem to be stationary at beautiful Boanai or to travel from Boianai.” “I myself saw a stationary white light twice on the same night.” Gill wrote, Then the following night, on April 10, 1960, we at Boianai experienced about four hours of UFO activity, and there is no doubt whatsoever that they are handled by beings of some kind.” “At times it was absolutely breathtaking. We saw a bright white light appearing in the northwestern sky, approaching the mission station, then hovering about 100 meters in the air.”
Gill, Moi, another teacher, Ananias Rarata, and 35 other people who all later signed a confirming document, watched what they described as a large, disc-shaped, solidly constructed object, with a wide base tapering up to a higher deck, and with what appeared to be four legs beneath, and four brightly lit panels in the side. It occasionally emitted a shaft of blue light at a 45 degree angle. Then what they described as men emerged on to a deck on the top, four at most, but in various configurations. Artist’s impression of the encounter by Australian missionary Father Gill. (credit: Brookesmith and http://www.ufoevidence.org)
Clouds, which were at about 600m, then eventually, obscured the vessel as it drifted higher. It had been stationary through most of the 25 minutes of this encounter. Gill then wrote his letter to Durie. That evening, the visitation returned in an extraordinary manner. He first saw it at 6.02 pm, as the sun was setting. Gill’s account states: “We watched figures appear on top – four of them – no doubt that they are human.”Two smaller UFOs were seen at the same time, stationary; one above the hills west, another overhead.”On the large one, two of the figures seemed to be doing something near the centre of the deck . . . were occasionally bending over and raising their arms as though adjusting or setting up something.”One figure seemed to be standing looking down at us (a group of about a dozen). I stretched my arm above my head and waved. To our surprise the figure did the same.
“Ananias waved both arms over his head then the two outside figures did the same.”Ananias and self began waving our arms and all four now seemed to wave back. There seemed to be no doubt that our movements were answered. All mission boys made audible gasps (of either joy or surprise, perhaps both).
“As dark was beginning to close in, I sent Eric Kodawara for a torch and directed a series of long dashes towards the UFO. After a minute or two of this, the UFO apparently acknowledged by making several wavering motions back and forth.
“Waving by us was repeated and this followed by more flashes of torch, then the UFO began slowly to become bigger, apparently coming in our direction. It ceased after perhaps half a minute and came no further.
“After several minutes the figures apparently lost interest in us for they disappeared below deck. At 6.25pm two figures reappeared to carry on with whatever they were doing before the interruption. The blue spotlight came on for a few seconds twice in succession.”The situation remained unchanged, so Gill returned to his regular routine and went to have his dinner at 6.30.By 7pm, the main object had moved slightly away and the observers went into the village church for evensong, as usual. By the time they emerged, at 7.45pm, visibility had become very limited with the sky covered in cloud. At 10.40 pm, Gill wrote, an “earsplitting” explosion woke up the mission-station inhabitants. Gill said it did not feel like a thunderclap.
Later, Gill said, he was always asked why he had reverted to his usual routine when there was a flying saucer apparently hovering overhead. This was partly because, he said, “there was nothing eerie or other-worldly about any of this. It was all so ordinary, as ordinary as a Ford car.”It looked a perfectly normal sort of object, an Earth-made object. I realized, of course, that some people might think of this as a flying saucer, but I took it to be some kind of hovercraft the Americans or even the Australians had built. The figures inside looked perfectly human.”
Gill’s report caused quite a sensation at the time. The Defence Ministry deployed two RAAF officers to investigate. Although they found Gill “a reliable observer”, they attributed the sightings to “natural phenomena”. Thanks to Bob Chapman, Rowan Callick and The Australian Newspaper: