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Restored Project Blue Book Ufo Files

Author : Cameron Pack
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For the first time ever, a series of restored documents is available from the US Air Force's 22 year study of UFOs. The span covers the beginning of the project, which includes cases from June 1947 and prior. Anyone who has reviewed the pages of the US Air Force's Project Blue Book UFO study either at the US National Archives or via online digital scans might have noticed a common thread among them all, their lack of legibility. Cameron Pack, a UFO researcher from Virginia, has spent many months worth of effort transcribing the earliest cases from the government's UFO records into a clear and legible format. In his volume, Restored Project Blue Book UFO Files: June 1947 & Before, Pack gives the public a perspective of the records that no one has ever seen until now. The US Air Force officially studied the phenomenon of Unidentified Flying Objects from 1947 to 1969 under the name of Project Blue Book. Much of the study's records were retired to the US National Archives in 1975 and made available for public viewing on rolls of microfilm, while other additional microfilm files were preserved in private collections. The microfilming process has left many pages difficult to read and some sections literally impossible to decipher. A volume of restored Project Blue Book files has no doubt long been a wish for UFO historians. The Restored Project Blue Book UFO Files: June 1947 & Before is a unique and intriguing window to the time that is often referred to as the beginning of the modern UFO era. It is a solid foundation of research for those who are interested in the US Air Force's involvement with the UFO phenomenon. The volume also acts as a great companion piece to other works written on the subject. The US Air Force officially studied the phenomenon of Unidentified Flying Objects from 1947 to 1969. The study was known as Project Blue Book. The files of the project were first available for public viewing from 1970 to 1975 at Maxwell Air Force Base. The records were maintained on rolls of microfilm. The witness names and other identifying details in the records were kept intact while at Maxwell Air Force Base. However, when the files were prepared for transfer to the US National Archives in 1975, the records were sanitized of all names, addresses and personal data. In 1998, a completely intact and uncensored copy of the Project Blue Book files was found in the US National Archives and purchased by the Fund for UFO Research. Additionally, some of the original US Air Force UFO Project Sign microfilms have been preserved within private collections. These microfilms are also uncensored. The US Air Force's processing of their Project Blue Book records onto microfilm in 1970 and 1975 has typically made those sets of the records harder to read. In some cases, words on one version or the other have become obliterated. The now-private collections of 1940s era US Air Force Project Sign microfilm typically have a better level of quality than the copies that were later prepared for public viewing at Maxwell Air Force Base and the US National Archives. However, even the 1940s records sometimes have legibility issues. This volume represents the combination of all these sources being utilized to compile a clear and legible presentation of the Project Blue Book UFO files. The collection includes sighting cases which date from June 1947 and prior. "Cameron Pack has produced a truly valuable tool for the casual reader as well as the serious Blue Book-era researcher. One can only hope that Cameron continues his work to provide many more volumes to come, giving all of us a complete and legible record of the US government's early involvement in the UFO mystery." - Robert & Susan Swiatek

UFOs and the Deep State

Author : Kevin D. Randle
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A deep dive into UFO cover-ups by the deep state. A wake-up call to what has and is being hidden. : “The leading proponent of the theory that the US government knows more than it’s saying about UFOs.” —Globe and Mail (Toronto) The deep state exists without a doubt and it has perpetrated a consistent mission to hide, obscure, and delete information as it pertains to UFOs and alien interactions. Should unelected officials be making the decisions on disclosure? Has a secret space program been developing technologies not of this world for decades? What have the U.S. Air Force and other agencies been hiding? This and more is explored in UFOs and the Deep State. UFOs and the Deep State will touch upon: Air Force Office of Special Investigations and interviews with UFO witnesses The CIA-sponsored Robertson Panel to suppress UFO research and the campaign to move Project Blue Book from the Advanced Technical Intelligence Center (ATIC) to Air Force Public Affairs Exclusive interviews with Paul Bennewitz and the military personnel involved in the Rendlesham Forest UFO incident Project Moon Dust, run by the Air Force and Department of State An examination of the Secret Space Program and other black projects Author Kevin D. Randle connects the dots at last to reveal the overlooked, including how the deep state conducted interrogations that involved various techniques using chemicals and other mind-altering techniques. The evidence is clear. The unelected officials in the deep state have been obscuring UFO incidents and intimidating those who wish to speak out. Let the truth rein free!

Cue

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WATCH THE SKIES

Author : PEEBLES CURTIS
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Looks at the history of UFO sightings since 1947, discusses the most famous cases, and suggests that UFO myths reflect public concerns

Warlocks and Warpdrive

Author : Kurt Lancaster
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This book offers ten chapters examining contemporary fantasy entertainment forms that use virtual environments to amuse the participant. Called virtual fantasies by the author (as opposed to virtual realities), these entertainment forms are categorized into three main groupings. All include performance and imaginary environments as essential elements--participants are often simultaneously performers and audience. Many involve computer technology such as multimedia, digitized video, and online chatting. Part I covers imaginative fantasy entertainments, where the participants are required to use their imaginations to see the virtual environment. These include paper and pencil role-playing games (Dungeons and Dragons), live-action roleplaying games (International Fantasy Gaming Society rules), and collectible card games (Magic: The Gathering). Part II covers physical fantasy entertainments, where the participants need little imagination to see the virtual environment. These include computer games (Star Trek: Klingon), theme park rides (Disneyland's Star Tours), and immersive museums (National Museum of the American Indian). Part III covers social fantasy entertainments, where participants have built communities based upon the virtual environment (Star Trek fandom, Star Wars influencing Ronald Reagan's Pax Americana).

Charisma and Christian Life

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Collier s Year Book Covering the Year

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Conspiracies and Secret Societies

Author : Brad Steiger
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Provides information on a variety of individuals, organizations, and events that are shrouded in mystery.

Federal Register

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The West Indies Caribbean Year Book

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Encyclop dia Britannica

Author : Walter Yust
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Books Magazine

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Video Source Book

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A guide to programs currently available on video in the areas of movies/entertainment, general interest/education, sports/recreation, fine arts, health/science, business/industry, children/juvenile, how-to/instruction.

The Houston Post

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Forthcoming Books

Author : Rose Arny
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Bowker s Complete Video Directory 2000

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Arts Humanities Citation Index

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Videohound s Golden Movie Retriever 2000

Author : Martin Connors
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Describes and rates more than twenty thousand videos, and provides indexes by theme, awards, actors, actresses, and directors

Congressional Record

Author : United States. Congress
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The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)

Los Angeles Times

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