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Unreleased Images From the Apollo Missions They Don’t Want You To See

Article by Arjun Walia                                     December 17, 2020                                  (collective-evolution.com)

• For decades, there has been an official government campaign of ridicule and secrecy when it came to extraterrestrial UFOs. The idea that UFOs could be real and coming from another civilization was considered a crazy “conspiracy theory.” Now, suddenly, mainstream media outlets like the New York Times and CNN are covering the topic in a credible way. Multiple military agencies from around the world, including the US Navy and the Pentagon, admit that mysterious flying objects performing maneuvers that no known aircraft is capable of, are real and that UFO study programs exist within government. They have radar tracking data, pictures, and photos – some of which has been released to the public.

• So why suddenly legitimize a subject that was ridiculed for so many years? What is the government authorities’ true agenda? People have lost trust in the mainstream media. It is apparent that they only treat the subject seriously when there is a threat narrative associated with it. Whenever it is suggested that the ETs may be here for peaceful and benevolent purposes, the story receives the traditional media ridicule.

• Government agencies have spent a lot of effort suppressing photographic evidence of UFOs. Still, officially released pictures of UFOs are abundant and available within the public domain. (see photos below)

• Robert “Bob” Dean, who passed away a few years ago, was a retired US Army Command Sergeant Major who serve for 28 years. In his lectures, spoke of NASA photographic film that the “so-called authorities determined that you did not have a right to see”. Dean claimed that NASA actually erased 40 rolls of film from the Apollo Program – the flight to the Moon, the flight round the Moon, the Moon landings and Moon walks. “Now we’re talking about several thousand individual frames that were taken… (because) they were ‘disruptive,’ ‘socially unacceptable’, ‘politically unacceptable.” Dean’s claims about NASA erasing photos has basically been confirmed by many others, including Dr. Norman Bergrun who worked for Ames Research Laboratory, NACA (National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics) and Lockheed Martin.

• Many Apollo astronauts, such as Apollo 14’s Dr. Edgar Mitchell, have been outspoken about their experiences and knowledge about the UFO phenomenon. But it is the Apollo astronauts who dutifully deny these claims that seem to get the most attention within the mainstream media.

• The implications of UFO/extraterrestrial contact is huge. Governments full disclosure of UFO/ET evidence – without a hidden agenda – would be a major paradigm shifter. This would have the potential to expand human consciousness to another level, leaving no aspect of humanity untouched.

 

photo taken by Royal Canadian Air Force pilots on August 27, 1946 in Alberta, Canada

Having researched the UFO/extraterrestrial topic for more than 15 years now and having my own unique

‘cigar’ shaped craft taken by NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong

experiences with sightings, I came to realize these objects were indeed real a long time ago. For decades there seems to have been an “official campaign of ridicule and secrecy” (Roscoe Hillenkoetter Ex CIA director), and this was quite evident amongst family, friends and the general population. The idea that these objects could be real and may be from other civilizations not originating on our planet was considered a crazy “conspiracy theory.”

Fast forward to today and we now have mainstream media outlets covering the topic in a credible way, most notably as of late the New York Times and CNN. We have multiple military agencies from around the world, like the U.S. Navy for example and the Pentagon admitting that these objects are real and that programs exist within government, and have existed within government to study them. They’ve relayed to the masses that these objects are real and perform maneuvers that no known aircraft are capable of, some of them defy our understanding of physics and

                        NASA image

aerodynamics. They’ve told the public that they have radar tracking data, pictures, and photos, some of which have been released and are accessible to the public.

                           Bob Dean

But why legitimize a subject that was ridiculed for so many years? Why all of a sudden? It’s no secret that a lot of people have lost trust in the mainstream media. A constant theme when the UFO phenomenon does seem to be covered in a legitimate form is a threat narrative, this is suspicious to UFO researchers like myself given the fact that the majority of these objects and sightings that have been documented over decades don’t seem to present any behaviour that indicates a threat. Curious, intrusive, perhaps, but no threat. When a story from a credible source emerges mentioning some kind of benevolent possibility, the story seems to be heavily ridiculed by mainstream media. Obviously there are a lot of questions that remain unanswered and as of now we can only speculate.

Officially released pictures of UFOs are abundant and available within the public domain. Here, for example, is a photo taken by two Royal Canadian Air Force pilots on August 27th, 1946, in Fort MacLeod, Alberta, Canada.

                 Dr. Norman Bergrun

Then there are photos that aren’t 100 percent verifiable but do come from interesting sources

              Dr. Edgar Mitchell

nonetheless that are always interesting to look at and speculate, like the ones shown in the lecture below by Robert (Bob) Dean. Dean passed away a few years ago. He was a retired US Army Command Sergeant Major (high rank) who serve for 28 years. According to him, as stated in his lecture:

“Ladies and gentlemen, my government, NASA, which many of us in the United States say stands for Never A Straight Answer, proceeded to erase 40 rolls of film of the Apollo Program – the flight to the Moon, the flight round the Moon, the landings on the Moon, the walking guys here and here. They erased, for Christ’s sake, 40 rolls of film of those events. Now we’re talking about several thousand individual frames that were taken that the so-called authorities determined that you did not have a right to see. Oh, they were ‘disruptive,’ socially unacceptable, ‘politically unacceptable.’ I’ve become furious. I’m a retired Command Sergeant Major. I was never famous for having a lot of patience.”

1 hour video of Bob Dean and Arthur Neumann in 2009 (‘Project Camelot’ YouTube)

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Questions Linger Over 1954 UFO Sighting in Northern Ontario

Article by Diane Armstrong                                     October 21, 2020                                         (gananoquereporter.com)

• In 1954, during the Cold War, employees of Hydroelectric Power Commission of Ontario or “Ontario Hydro” in northern Ontario, Canada were among the reliable government employees who were trained as the ‘Ground Observer Corps’ to watch for, identify and report to the Royal Canadian Air Force base in North Bay, a description and time of all planes flying overhead. Among these employees were a small ‘colony’ of ‘Hydro families’ who lived at the top of a hill near Ontario Hydro’s Wawaitin generating station, southwest of Timmins, Ontario.

• There was no TV reception up there, so people would gather socially, often with families from the Department of Lands and Forests. On the evening of Sunday, August 29, 1954, Chief Forest Ranger George Sheridan and his wife Gloria, and Don Ouimet, operator for Ontario Hydro and his wife Lois, met at the home of Ken and Shirley Kitchen who also worked for Ontario Hydro. At about 9:30 pm, George ran in saying, “Come quick! Do you want to see something strange? It just might be a flying saucer!” All three couples went outside with a pair of binoculars to view the brilliant, reddish-orange ball of light that appeared to be about eight or 10 miles away. The object kept dipping up and down, while swooping over the trees. “It was going very slowly and that’s what amazed me. You always hear reports of anything like this travelling very fast. This was so slow!” said Don Ouimet. Whatever it was, after about 20 minutes the object slowly disappeared to the southwest over Lake Kenogamissi. Sixty-six years later, Don and Lois Ouimet remember the incident vividly. They still wonder what that ball of light was that swooped up and down near Wawaitin.

• The incident was also seen by the Deputy Fire Ranger, Jack Russell. The Regional Director of the Ground Observer Corps, James Morton, was notified, as was the RCAF in North Bay. Just before dawn the next morning, a similar sighting was reported by Henry Durdie, a Royal Canadian Navy veteran, employed at the Military base in North Bay. Durdie said, “The great glowing ball of light hovered over the RCAF base while shooting out tremendous sparks like knitting needles of lightning.” Durdie said he was frightened at first, then called Tony McLeod, Leo Blais, George Noble and Manley Bailey to watch with him.

• Four months later, on December 26th, Cobalt, Ontario resident John R. Hunt, a reporter for the North Bay Nugget newspaper, received a telephone call from Willis St. Jean who was working the evening shift at the Agaunico (Agnico) Mine. “John, for God’s sake get out here! There’s a flying saucer overhead spitting out light all over the place!” Hunt sped to the mine on the shore of Lake Temiskaming and found St. Jean pointing up to the sky. “The thing came down low and scared the blazes out of me,” said St. Jean. The sighting was confirmed by St. Jean’s wife as well as William Montgomery of West Cobalt, and Hugh and Annette Montgomery, visiting from Kitchener. The light and antics were observed by the six people for over an hour.

• In his report to the Nugget the next day, Hunt said, “The light was emanating from a giant rotating disc of pure light. The light was not just spinning, but flying in circles. The cone of light suddenly reversed and the disc sent its blinding light straight up into the sky. It moved from the east to the west and stopped motionless, directly overhead. We watched the light come and go, dance in the sky, hover and dart as no airplane nor star nor meteor has ever behaved.” “What it was that this reporter saw last night I do not know. I was stone cold sober and so were the others who witnessed the phenomena. As far as I am concerned, a flying saucer flew over the mine and I saw it.”

 

Today, nearly everyone carries a cellphone with a camera. Those cameras can record proof of whatever people see, which might have sparked their interest. Without such proof, a single verbal description is lost unless more than one person can corroborate the event or sighting. Today’s column has been corroborated by many.

Now on with the stories: Let me take you back to the year 1954. Not counting the RCAF base in North Bay, there were only two airports in Northern Ontario; one in Porquis Junction and the other in Earlton. Highway 11B (now Highway 101) ended in Timmins. There were wide expanses of remote nothingness.

This was the era of the Cold War during which time the federal government established the Ground Observer Corps where reliable members of the public, including Ontario Hydro and other government employees were trained to watch for, correctly identify and report to the RCAF base in North Bay, a description and time of all planes flying overhead.

In 1954, there was a small colony at Ontario Hydro’s Wawaitin generating station, southwest of Timmins. The Hydro families there and those living at the top of the hill who worked for the Department of Lands and Forests often met socially. There was no TV in 1954. The evening of Sunday, Aug. 29 was such a night when Chief Forest Ranger George Sheridan with his wife Gloria, Don Ouimet, operator for Ontario Hydro and his wife Lois, met at the home of Ken and Shirley Kitchen. Ken was also an operator for Hydro.

At about 9:30, George ran in saying, “Come quick! Do you want to see something strange? It just might be a flying saucer!” He had been watching the phenomenon for three or four minutes already. Quickly, all three couples went outside with a pair of binoculars to view the strange, brilliant, reddish-orange ball of light that appeared to be about eight or 10 miles away. The object kept dipping up and down, while swooping over the trees.

Ouimet said, “It was going very slowly and that’s what amazed me. You always hear reports of anything like this travelling very fast. This was so slow!” The object, whatever it was, slowly disappeared to the southwest over Lake Kenogamissi after about 20 minutes. The incident was also seen by the Deputy Fire Ranger, Jack Russell. The Regional Director of the Ground Observer Corps, James Morton, was also notified, as was the RCAF in North Bay.

Just before dawn the next morning, a similar sighting was reported by Henry Durdie, a Royal Canadian Navy veteran, employed at the Military base in North Bay. He said, “The great glowing ball of light hovered over the RCAF base while shooting out tremendous sparks like knitting needles of lightning.” Durdie said he was frightened at first, then called Tony McLeod, Leo Blais, George Noble and Manley Bailey to watch with him.

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