15 November 2023



An article by Milton W. Hourcade

Iowa City, 11/15/2023 9:24PM

It seems almost incredible, but 76 years have passed since the Kenneth Arnold report (known as "the case that started all") and still there is a mystery, it is said that there are some phenomena that can't be explained and that nobody knows what they are.

I think that after such amount of years, this is unacceptable. There is practically no secret in any society that could last for such a long time.

Usually, after a war, some things won't be revealed until they reach 50 years old, but after that, they are made public.

This is not the case with what started as "flying saucers", later as "ufo" and now as "uap".

In the meantime, there can't be any doubt that the United States has been the main responsible and the place where it started, and continued with relevance, to the point that any new events related to the subject, all of them started in the USA: v.g.: landings, close encounters, abductions.

At the very beginning, the U.S. Air Force was involved with the investigation, classification, and possible conclusions. In 2022 was the time of the U.S. Navy until it was decided that the Department of Defense itself should deal with the subject.

It is a fact that the United States has pioneered the intention to investigate, analyze, and classify the reports done by the people.

In the relatively private area, the National Investigation Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP) and the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization (APRO) were the leading examples that with adaptations and variations according to different cultures and geographic areas, were reproduced in around 300 private organizations spread around the world.

That was the reality during the decades of 1950 and 1960.

Among the organizations were deep variations. Some of them tried to apply the scientific method and used sane skepticism when dealing with reports until they could accept that very few of them revealed something strange. Those could be official or private organizations.

Some quickly saw that the subject could be used to make money, and they became famous for the meetings in Giant Rock, where people met to listen to the tales of many individuals who wrote books and relate their experiences of being taken by extraterrestrials, receiving messages, and made trips on flying saucers to known and unknown planets.

Along the time this "ufology for profit" assumed different forms. Publishing of monthly magazines, and selling CDs and DVDs plus the regular holding of congresses where a couple of "star" speakers and many others, met in a hotel that coincidentally has a casino, and where a bunch of people could sell a paraphernalia of different things all related to "extraterrestrials".

Some took the chance to exploit the idea of "extraterrestrials" creating new creeds, practicing certain rituals, and invoking the "brothers of the cosmos".

All these activities expanded around the planet have been an excellent smoke screen, creating confusion, delusion, faked videos, faked tales, faked investigators, and covering adequately on the one hand the top of the line new developments in military technology, and on the other hand, the real nature of the phenomenon and its evolution along the time.

And that is the big secret that only a tiny and very secretive group of individuals know and never-ever would reveal.

Because, putting aside the irrational skepticism of those suffering from "ufobia", as irrational as the belief in extraterrestrials almost living on Earth, yes, unconventional things are operating around the world, but preferentially in certain countries and areas.

All in all, the only man that publicly approached most to give a hint about those responsible for the UAP, was Lieutenant General John A. Samford, during his memorable press conference given at the Pentagon on July 31, 1952.

He spoke in the name of the U.S. Air Force and made the same arguments that led to the creation successively the UAPTF, the AOIMSG, and finally the AARO.

He said: "Air Force interest in this problem has been due to our feeling of an obligation to identify and analyze to the best of our ability anything in the air that may have the possibility of threat or menace to the United States…..we have been to explain them as hoaxes, as erroneously identified friendly aircraft, as meteorological or electronic phenomena, or as light aberration."

"However, there have been a certain percentage of this volume of reports that have been made by credible observers of relatively incredible things. It is this group of observations that we are now attempting to resolve."

"We have as to date come to only one firm conclusion with respect to this remaining percentage and that is that it does not contain any pattern or purpose or of consistency that we can relate with any to a conceivable threat to the United States. We can say that the recent sightings are in no way connected with any secret development by any department of the United States."

Regretfully, the tape played by the National Archives does not include the whole information and exchange with the press of Gen.Samford and other USAF personnel that were with him. That was cut from the tape, but fortunately, we have a transcript of that part of the press conference, and here it is:

"MAJOR GENERAL SAMFORD: I think that the highest probability is that these are phenomena associated with the intellectual and scientific interests that we are on the road to learn more about but that there is nothing in them that is associated with material or vehicles or missiles that are directed against the United States."

Two things emerge from this declaration: 1) if there are intellectual and scientific interests, obviously, it is something human, and 2) General Samford has to be very sure when he can proclaim from the Pentagon that "there is nothing in them that is associated with material or vehicles or missiles that are directed against the United States". We can suppose therefore that to make that clear declaration he already knew who was behind the so-called "flying saucers" at that time.

This leads me to an idea worked on and delivered by two relevant historians: Joseph P. Farrell and Richard Dolan who talk about a "breakaway civilization".

Dolan defines that civilization as one with "loose connections at various points to the open civilization of humanity, but, with great independence, secrecy, and a monopoly of certain key scientific secrets."

To protect this secret, and this connection, a lot of psychological operations have been developed over time by Intelligence sources, to sustain the ET myth.

And I stop here, which is too much. Sincerely, I do recognize that it is too much.

But, therefore, those who know exactly about that breakaway civilization, don't talk. 




In the night of November 20, 2023,  I saw a documentary in which two images were presented of what was described as "an extraterrestrial city on the dark side of the Moon", which is not dark at all but which we do not see.

Let's assume for a moment that such a city is real, why did the video announcer have to say and repeat that it is "extraterrestrial"?

Are ETs going to come from millions and millions of kilometers away to build a city on the Moon, when we are just one step away?

In what brain does such an assumption have any logic?

Isn't it easier to think that those who were advanced on Earth were those who were able to settle on the Moon back in the1950s?

I prefer to choose the possibility that the breakaway civilization is responsible for that, as well as the things that it is said Armstrong and Aldrin saw in the surface of the Moon, that really surprised them, and they secretly broadcasted to NASA. That broadcasting it is said that was captured by a group of radio hams from different countries, supposedly that is true.





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