Friday, April 29, 2011

Once in Aztec, New Mexico (video)

Wisdom Quarterly
Recently, the FBI opened "The Vault," revealing memos it has denied for decades. Not only has the government been lying to us, which is hardly news to anyone in the United States, there is absolutely no doubting that it has been deceiving us.

We've been spied on, disappeared, discredited, and duped into believing that we are all alone in the universe on the surface of this randomly-arisen watery globe. Worse yet, the scientific and academic communities have been co-opted. While some were bought outright, many more simply went along with the closed-minded culture and orders from superiors while claiming objectivity and inviolable integrity.

We all laugh at the mention of "Roswell." The April 28, 2011 Coast to Coast guest host explained just what happened according to her research and interviews in great detail. There is something to it, but less is known about the more mysterious occurrences in Aztec.


The 1948 Aztec UFO Crash
In 1950, controversial author Frank Scully released the book, "Behind the Flying Saucers." This effort, written during the beginnings of UFO awareness in the United States, was considered to contain fabricated, or sensationalized accounts of four UFO crashes.

One of the accounts covered an alleged crash at Aztec, New Mexico in 1948, only a brief period of time after the famous Roswell incident.

Scully's information came largely from a mysterious Dr. Gee. Depending on which commentary you read, the identity of this physician is attributed to either a real doctor, or a fictitious person who was composed of elements of several different witnesses.

Scully described the Aztec crash as that of a craft which was measured at exactly 99.99 feet in diameter, covered by a material which resembled a light weight, shiny metal that possessed incredible strength and durability. It seems that nothing on this earth could penetrate or damage the hull of this craft from another world. More