Friday, July 18, 2014
UFOs, Project Pandora, MJ12
This is very interesting...
Over at the Department of Defense's website you can find a document that has been declassified via the Freedom of Information Act on the subject of Project Pandora (which, in part, was focused on how microwaves can affect the mind and nervous-system).
It's a fascinating file that dates back to the 1960s.
It's a lengthy file, too: it runs to 469 pages.
But, here's the weird thing...
If you scroll down to page 449, you'll see that it contains a copy of the controversial "MJ12/Eisenhower Briefing Document" on the Roswell affair of 1947!
Of course, as most people within Ufology know, the document is one that has been the subject of much debate regarding its authenticity or otherwise.
Indeed, the copy of the EBD in the Pandora file has a hand-written note on it stating that, "This cannot be authenticated as an official DoD document."
Well, that's fair enough, and something that most people within Ufology would agree with - it has not been authenticated.
But, here's the issue: what is a copy of the EBD doing in a DoD file on Project Pandora...?