Roswell alien spacecraft crash

Roswell mystery cracked by retired US Air Force captain who says crucial words on memo hold key to UFO crash

A RETIRED US Air Force captain believes crucial words on a memo may hold the key to solving the Roswell UFO crash mystery.

Veteran researcher Kevin Randle, who has interviewed around 600 people over the past few decades in his search for answers around the mysterious case, says he has “eliminated all possible terrestrial explanations”.

An unknown object crashed in the New Mexico desert in July 1947 near Roswell sparking decades of intrigue.

Witnesses claim to have picked up bizarre materials from the craft with hieroglyphic writings on – while others claim to have seen dead aliens among the wreckage.

The military issued a press release on July 8, 1947, stating they had recovered a “flying disc” however this was quickly retracted and officials claimed the crash was a weather balloon flying a part of Project Mogul, a secret Cold War project.

“What they’ve said officially is that the Roswell crash was a weather balloon and rawin target from this experiment being conducted New Mexico.

“And what I discovered is that while rawin targets were a part of the experiments conducted on the east coast, when they got to New Mexico, they didn’t use those targets.

“And therefore there wasn’t the metallic debris that shows up in the picture sent out at the time, which clearly was a weather balloon and a rawin target.

“We know they weren’t using rawin targets when they were in New Mexico. So where did that rawin target come from? That kind of points the finger at this being a government hoax to explain away the Roswell case.”

Author Randle, who wrote a book named Understanding Roswell, said that all possible earthly explanations to explain the crash had been debunked – proving that the government explanation was a lie.

“What we can say with authority is that something fell at Roswell,” he said.

“We have eliminated all the terrestrial explanations. The air force helped us out when they did their investigation in the mid 1990s they did the same thing we did. Was it an aircraft accident? We couldn’t find any. Was it a missile from White Sands? No, there wasn’t a log in the timeframe. Was it some kind of atomic experiment? Well, the Air Force said, no, they couldn’t find anything, which is what we found.

“We’d gone to all these places. The only thing they could find, they said, was Project Mogul and we can eliminate Project Mogul.

Alien spacecraft

“So we have no terrestrial explanation, which is not to say some classified document may show up that shows it was really something else and something much more mundane than an alien spacecraft, but we haven’t found that and we’ve looked for years and years and years.”

Randle, who served in the Air Force and National Guard, believes the key to solving the case once and for all is a mystery memo which can be seen in a black and white photograph sent out on the news wires at the time.

The grainy memo appears to say the words “victims of the crash” and is held in the photograph by Brigadier General Roger Ramey, at the time the commanding officer of the 8th Air Force in Roswell.

Secret memo

Ramey is holding the piece of paper slightly turned away from the camera but on which some words can be read using technology while others seem to be obscured.

“The Ramey memo could be the key to this whole thing,” Randle said.

“Ramey was holding the memo in his hand when he was photographed with the debris in his office.

“And what’s interesting is we know when the picture was transmitted over the wire, we know who took it and we can see Ramey is holding the document in his hand.

“So we pretty much have the provenance nailed down.

“There are words in the document when you blow it up, that you can read.

‘Victims of the wreck’

“Some people interpret the critical line as saying ‘victims of the wreck’

“Well ‘victims of the wreck’ takes it out of the realm of a weather balloon but it’s kind of an interpretation of what you see.

“When I look at the document, it says victims of the wreck but I also can see it saying other things, it’s that kind of faces in the clouds type phenomenon.”

Randle says he was involved in an investigation into the memo for a History Channel TV show in which experts used equipment to peel away layers of the negative but they still couldn’t confirm exactly what it said.

He believes that developments in artificial intelligence could be the key to finally solving the mystery of what the memo says.

“We’ve done all we can in regards to the investigation but the Ramey memo could be key.

“The consensus seems to be that they’re going to have to apply artificial intelligence to it, to see if it can interpret this thing in some fashion, but artificial intelligence, isn’t capable of doing that yet.

“We’ve applied all the technology we can and at one point, we couldn’t read as much of it as we can today, but the technology has taken as far as it can take it.

“But there is a possibility that AI will develop to the point where it can finally give us an answer.”

911 and the Twin Towers

Traces of explosives in
9/11 dust, scientists say

By Elaine Jarvik

Deseret News
Published: Monday, April 6, 2009 10:43 p.m. MDT

Tiny red and gray chips found in the dust from the collapse of the World Trade Center contain highly explosive materials — proof, according to a former BYU professor, that 9/11 is still a sinister mystery.

Physicist Steven E. Jones, who retired from Brigham Young University in 2006 after the school recoiled from the controversy surrounding his 9/11 theories, is one of nine authors on a paper published last week in the online, peer-reviewed Open Chemical Physics Journal. Also listed as authors are BYU physics professor Jeffrey Farrer and a professor of nanochemistry at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark.

For several years, Jones has theorized that pre-positioned explosives, not fires from jet fuel, caused the rapid, symmetrical collapse of the two World Trade Center buildings, plus the collapse of a third building, WTC-7. 

The newest research, according to the journal authors, shows that dust from the collapsing towers contained a “nano-thermite” material that is highly explosive. Although the article draws no conclusions about the source and purpose of the explosives, Jones has previously supported a theory that the collapse of the WTC towers was part of a government conspiracy to ignore warnings about the 9/11 terrorists so that the attack would propel America to wage war against Afghanistan and Iraq. 

The next step, Jones said in a phone interview on Monday, is for someone to investigate “who made the stuff and why it was there.”

A layer of dust lay over parts of Manhattan immediately following the collapse of the towers, and it was samples of this dust that Jones and fellow researchers requested in a 2006 paper, hoping to determine “the whole truth of the events of that day.” They eventually tested four samples they received from New Yorkers.

One sample was from a man who had swept up a handful of dust on the Brooklyn Bridge, where he was walking when the second tower fell. As the journal authors note, “It was, therefore, definitely not contaminated by the steel-cutting or clean-up operations at Ground Zero, which began later. Furthermore, it is not mixed with dust from WTC-7, which fell hours later.”

Another man collected dust in his apartment, about five blocks from the World Trade Center, on the morning of Sept. 12. There was a layer about an inch thick on a stack of folded laundry near an open window.

Red/gray chips, averaging in size between .2 and 3 mm, were found in all four dust samples. The chips were then analyzed using scanning electron microscopy and other high-tech tools.

The red layer of the chips, according to the researchers, contains a “highly energetic” form of thermite. While normal thermite (a mixture of finely granulated aluminum and an oxide of metal) can be incendiary, “super thermite” is explosive. He says there is no benign explanation for the thermite in the WTC dust.

Jones made headlines in 2005 when he argued that the rapid and symmetrical fall of the World Trade Center looked like the result of pre-positioned explosives. He argued that fires alone wouldn’t have been hot enough to crumble the buildings; and that even if struck by planes, the towers should have been strong enough to support the weight of the tops as they crumbled — unless they were leveled by explosives.

Essentially forced to retire, Jones says he is now paying for research out of his own pocket. He likens himself to Galileo and Newton, who stood by their consciences. “I would like to think I could stand up for the truth,” he says.

The dust study vindicates his earlier theories, Jones says, but he has mixed feelings about the implications. “As a young student said to me a while back: ‘It’s exciting from a scientific point of view, because things are now making sense. But I feel sad for my country’

JFK Assassination

The House Select Commitee on Assassinations concluded that John F. Kennedy was the victim of a conspiracy based on the recording of the gunshots fired in Dealey Plaza, captured over a police radio. A total of 7 impulses were caught on the tape, but citing budgetary constraints, the HSCA only had 4 of them analysed. The analysis concluded that all 4 were gunshots, two of them occuring within 1/2 a second of each other, too close to be fired by one man. Comparisons of the echoes with test shots fired in Dealey Plaza confirmed that at least one of the recorded shots had indeed been fired from the Grassy Knoll. Needless to say, the existance of 5, rather than just 3, gunshots destroyed the Oswald as lone gunman cover-up. Warren supporters quickly tried to dismiss the audio record of the gunshots by claiming that the recording was actually of gunshots in another part of the city, and confused for Dealey Plaza shots because of a timing error. Without explaining just where the other shots had occured, or why the echo patterns matched matched the test shots fired in Dealey Plaza, the Warren supporters declared victory. New research has shown that the report that dismissed the audio recording of the gunshots was itself deeply flawed, and ignored evidence that confirmed both the locatrion and time of the recording as being in Dealey Plaza at the time of the JFK assassination. This means that the original House Select Committee on Assassinations conclusion is the correct one. There were at least four gunshots in Dealey Plaza, two of them within 1/2 second of each other, and at least one of the shots came from the Grassy Knoll.

Dan Rather’s “fib”

Dan Rather, at the time an unknown newscaster from a small market Texas TV station, viewed the Zapruder film, then described it to America on the CBS network. As this recording of that broadcast shows, Rather lied to all of America in claiming that the head shot pushed John F. Kennedy’s head forward. Rather’s meteoric rise to network status and stardom soon followed. When the Zapruder film was finally shown publicly, during Jim Garrison’s trial of CIA agent Clay Shaw, Rather’s lie was revealed for all to see. 

Note the two Secret Service men walking on either side of the car would have been in an ideal position to protect Kennedy when the shooting started, but as this video shows, were ordered back into the Secret Service car following JFK’s car. One agent clearly expresses confusion at this order:


Obama- illegitimate president

By Bill White —

While President Barack Hussein Obama made a big show of proving that he was born in the United States, Kenyan tourism officials are making a big show of Obama’s birthplace—the village of Nyang’oma Kogelo, just outside the Kenyan city of Kisuma.

“Obama’s got a blood connection with Kenya,” says Muriith Ndegwa, chief of Kenya’s tourism board. Tours of Obama’s home village are “a product we’re supporting so people can pay pilgrimage to the place where he traces his roots.”

Ndegwa’s statement came on the heels of Obama’s trip to Africa in late summer 2015, where he made the case for spreading Jeffersonian-style democracy in countries that are led by brutal dictators and thugs.

When questioned by American reporters, Kenyan officials say with a wink that “of course” Obama was also really born in the U.S.—a legal requirement for any U.S. president—but Obama’s numerous cousins, half-brother, aunts, uncles, and grandparents disagree.

When tourists make a pilgrimage to Obama’s home hamlet, where the U.S.’s first half-black president is adored as a saint, they meet Obama’s relatives, like his step-grandmother Mama Sarah and worship at the grave of Obama’s father, an alcoholic who drank himself to death.

Meanwhile, Obama’s brother, Malik Obama, avoids the spotlight, while continuing to live in a Senate-approved shanty, while being ignored by his more famous American kin.

Obama was the illegitimate child of a white woman and a Kenyan man with whom she had a one-night tryst. Despite his mixed-race heritage, Kenyans consider Obama to be a Lou tribesman, and local media often depict Obama as fishing in the Mississippi River, fishing being a major Luo pastime.

Obama’s Mama Sarah remembers young Obama growing up in his village, carrying vegetables for her in a sack on his back.

Obama denies being born in Kenya and instead tries to emphasize the American side of his heritage. However, Obama didn’t move to the U.S. until he was a teenager, and he spent much of his youth in Indonesia, where he and his family worshipped a native monkey god, under the name Barry Soetoro.


The Formation of NASA

Werner von Braun claimed it was the self-taught Parsons, not himself, who was the true father of the American space program for his contribution to the development of solid rocket fuel. Jack Whiteside Parsons is best known for his occultists ideals, black magic and reverence to the satanic agenda. These recently released documents show our government trying to make sense of Parsons’ religious beliefs and document his frequently careless handling of classified materials: <<update-as of 12-2017, these both have been deleted!>>

https://www.scribd.com/document/272333794/Jack-Parsons-FBI1 DELETED

https://www.scribd.com/doc/272333764/Jack-Parsons-FBI-2 DELETED

Parsons joined the O.T.O. (Ordo Templi Orientis) international magical fraternity in Los Angeles in 1941. The O.T.O. venerated the famous magician Aleister Crowley. Crowley, a 33rd degree freemason, was the world head of the O.T.O.

Crowley was one of Parsons’ major inspirations. Crowley’s accomplishments had been many: as a poet, publisher, mountain climber, chess master, and bisexual practitioner of sexual magic. He was dubbed ‘The wickedest man in the world’ and considered himself to be the beast of Revelation.

L Ron Hubbard’s connection to this was due to his curiosity about the mind’s power, which led him into a friendship in 1946 with rocket fuel scientist Parsons. Hubbard’s Church of Scientology is a cult that masquerades as a religion. Its purpose is to make money. It practices a variety of mind-control techniques on people lured into its midst to gain control over their money and their lives.

And what is the Walt Disney connection? Werner Von Braun served as technical advisor on three space-related television films that Disney produced in the 1950s. And the production fakery continues- we get a fake fairy-tale saga about the cosmos, directed and produced by Hollywood at a fraction of the actual cost. It’s also been proven that director Stanley Kubrick was hired to fake the Apollo landings due to his technological advancements in front-screen projection as in 2001 A Space Odyssey. The line between Hollywood and NASA is virtually indistinguishable to the observer. It is doubtful that all the CGI computer programs and other high tech fakery used even comes close to the 20 billion dollars NASA received last year.

So here you have the NASA founding ‘dream team’:

1. Jack Whiteside Parsons – Occultist, Black Magician, Satanist, Head of Ordo Templi Orientis California Agape Lodge

2. Aleister Crowley – 33rd degree freemason, Leader of Ordo Templi Orientis, Black Magician, Satanist, The Beast ‘666’

3. L.Ron Hubbard – Mass Mind Controller, Black Magician, Satanist, Founder of The Church Of Scientology Cult

4. Werner von Braun – Ex-NAZI director of the German V-2 Rocket program and recruited into the U.S. under Operation Paperclip.

5. Walt Disney – Occultist, Mass Mind Controller, Black Magician, Illuminati-Pedophile and Freemason.

NASA Nazis?

Operation Paperclip was used by the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) program to recruit the scientists of Nazi Germany for employment by the United States after World War II. President Truman made sure that practicing Nazis were excluded from recruitment, but to work around his orders, false employment and political biographies were created for them. The name Paperclip came from the paperclips used to attach their new identities to their US Government Scientist personnel files. Most of these scientists ended up employed by NASA.

Flat Earth

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The Magnetic Mountain

Somewhere in the 14th century, a Franciscan from Oxford, a ‘priest with an astrolabe’, writes a travelogue about his discoveries in the North Atlantic, calls it the Inventio Fortunata (‘The Discovery of Fortunata’) and in 1360 presents it to the King of England.

This book has been lost since the late 15th century.

However, a Jacobus Cnoyen from the city of ‘s Hertogenbosch (in present-day Netherlands) summarizes the contents of the Inventio, related to him in 1364 in Norway by another Franciscan who had met the author. Cnoyen’s own travel-book is called the Itinerarium.

This book has also been lost.

All this we know by the extensive quotes from the Itinerarium in a letter by the Flemish cartographer Gerhard Mercator to his friend, the English scientist, occultist and royal advisor John Dee. That letter, written in 1577 and now in the British Museum, mentions that:

“In the midst of the four countries is a Whirl-pool, into which there empty these four indrawing Seas which divide the North. And the water rushes round and descends into the Earth just as if one were pouring it through a filter funnel. It is four degrees wide on every side of the Pole, that is to say eight degrees altogether. Except that right under the Pole there lies a bare Rock in the midst of the Sea. Its circumference is almost 33 French miles, and it is all of magnetic Stone (…) This is word for word everything that I copied out of this author (i.e. Cnoyen) years ago.”

A giant magnetic rock, exactly at the North Pole… well, that would explain why all compasses point north, wouldn’t it? Alas, the ominous magnet (described in the letter as “black and glistening” and “high as the clouds”) is a bit too fantastic an explanation for the phenomenon of magnetism. For even back in the late 16th century, mariners often found that their compasses increasingly deviated from ‘true north’ as they approached it.

But only later did the separate (and wandering) location of the magnetic poles become common knowledge. In the intervening Age of Exploration (and sometimes Fabulation), Mercator cites an author who clearly hadn’t seen the North Pole with his own eyes – nor had the author he quoted, nor in fact would anyone for centuries to come.

In the meantime, the invented geography in the Inventio Fortunata that came to us via that one letter greatly influenced cartographers’ views of the Arctic region. For if no other knowledge of yet-undiscovered lands is available, there’s really not much argument against unbelievable stories.

And so, the Black Cliff, the four countries and the whirlpool are evident in Martin Behaim’s globe (1492), which predates Mercator’s map. In 1956, a letter surfaced written by the English merchant John Day in 1497 or 1498 to ‘the Lord Grand Admiral’ (probably Columbus), with Day expressing regret that he hadn’t been able to find the Inventio Fortunata for him. In a marginal note on one of Johannes Ruysch’s maps (from 1508), the Dutch cartographer even mentions that two of the continents surrounding the North Pole are inhabited.

Mercator’s late-16th-century Arctic map (Septentrionalium Terrarum, ‘Of the Northern Lands’) was the first ever to be centred on the North Pole itself. It was a mix of fact and fiction, showing some recent discoveries but also the four fanciful countries surrounding the Arctic whirlpool with in its middle the Rupes Nigra et Altissima (‘Black and Very High Cliff’), supposedly responsible for animating navigators’ compasses.

On the subject of mixing fact with fiction, Mercator incongruously includes in his map two other magnetic poles, along the 180° meridian, indicating that he did know of the magnetic deviation from the ‘true North’, but wasn’t yet prepared to ditch the preceding fabulation (thanks to Greg for pointing this out).

Mercator’s map was included in the last of three volumes constituting his ground-breaking work (the first geographic tomes to be called an Atlas). The cartographer didn’t live to see it published: the last volume was brought out by his son Rumold in 1595, the year after his death.

In 1604, cartographer Jodocus Hondius acquired the printing plates of Mercator’s Atlas, and over the years improved on the Arctic map (and others) as explorers and whalers came back with ever more accurate descriptions of the coastlines, in the case of the Arctic map especially those of Spitsbergen and Nova Zembla (also, and more correctly known as Novaya Zemlya, ‘New Land’ in Russian).

Mercator’s authoritative (but wrong) depiction of the North Pole persisted well into the 17th century, only to be dispelled gradually by real discoveries.

On the map, the Rupes Nigra can be seen surrounded by the four countries, all of which are labelled with Latin texts, some of which I can make out:

• The island on the bottom right is labelled: Pygmei hic habitant & ad summum pedes longi quem admodum illi quos in Gronlandia Screlingers vocant. Which translates as something like this: ‘Here live Pygmies and (something about long feet), like those in Greenland that are called Skraelinger’.

• The island to the north of Pygmy-land is labelled: Hic euripus habet ostia et propter angustiam ac celerem fluvium nunquam congelatur. Which goes something like this: ‘This narrow channel has a harbour and due to its narrowness and swift current never freezes’.