In July, 1947, a disc of some sort crashed near Roswell, New Mexico. For 65 years, the US government has maintained the absurd cover story that it was a crashed weather balloon.
This topic needs to be reignited often. Nothing like this has ever maintained maximum “Ultra Top Secret” status for so long. If it really was a weather balloon, it would definitely not be so classified. If it was a US government experimental aircraft as some have accused, it would still not require 2/3rds of a century at this level of top secret status. It was a disc-shaped device that crashed with occupants of a nature that would shock the world if revealed. It’s the only plausible explanation.
It continues to make news. Two months ago on the 65-year anniversary, USA Today reported that former CIA agent Chase Brandon saw documents at CIA headquarters in Langley, VA, that revealed the incident truly happened as originally reported in the initial press release from Air Force Maj. J. A. Marcel. The release ran in 30 publications including the local Roswell paper pictured above.
“It was in a vaulted area – there was one box that really caught my eye,” the Daily Mail quotes Brandon as saying. “It had one word on it: Roswell. I rummaged inside it, put the box on the shelf and said, ‘My God, it really happened.’ ”
Last month, HuffPo reported that Air Force Lt. Col. Richard French said that there were actually a pair of crashes involved.
“The first one was shot down by an experimental U.S. airplane that was flying out of White Sands, N.M., and it shot what was effectively an electronic pulse-type weapon that disabled and took away all the controls of the UFO, and that’s why it crashed.”
His statements are more far-fetched than most accounts and has been refuted by others in the Air Force. In many ways, it feels like the standard debunking campaigns that often follow legitimate releases of information. The government knows that debunking is not a matter of discrediting all of the stories surrounding an incident, just some of them. They are well-versed in casting doubt on entire events by leaking information that can be discredited. Majestic 12 is a perfect example of such a campaign, but we’ll discuss that in the future.
The “smoking gun” that drew a lot of attention a couple of years ago should be revisited:
Why It’s Important
There is a great deception coming our way. The foundation has been built. The change in attitudes has already started. The shift in the collective consciousness is already apparent.
Roswell represents a portion of the start of this change. It marks one of the important foundational elements of this great deception. What actually happened will likely never be known by more than a handful. Two Presidents and several members of Congress have set out to release the information surrounding Roswell with no success. Something, whether the truth or a variation of the truth, will be released sometime. The sooner it is, the better, because it will help shed light on what is to come.
Bare in mind: I do not believe in aliens that visit the earth, at least not in the common sense. I’m not a conspiracy theorist trying to stir a boiling pot into overflowing. I’m a seeker of truth who does not like secrets being kept by the government. Not like this.