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Notes:

- UFO Craft Point To Space Faring. i.e., Space Craft.
- Technology Beyond Our Own Capabilities
- Non-Terrestrial Appearance
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UFO Craft Point To Space Faring Intelligence

- No seams or riveting

 
Close-up of graphic by the witness depicting the UFO over Ft. Stockton Junior High School. Image of UFO has been added to a photograph of the scene. Graphic is created by the witness, who is an artist and photographer.

See: No Seams

- Plasma

 
Carlos Diaz
 

USAF and NASA have expressed interest in the WEAV. The wingless electromagnetic air vehicle (WEAV).

See: Glow , Heat, Injuries, Propulsion.

- Elecro-Magenetic Interference, Magnetic Field Generator

British researcher Ruth Bamford. When astronauts finally make it to Mars, they might arrive inside a ship protected by a giant bubble of magnetic energy, says National Geographic News.

See: Interference, Propulsion.

Technology Beyond Our Own

- Beams

 
RECONSTITUTION OF CHUPA-CHUPA - Above are the reconstitution of the cylindrical object
commonly called Chupa-chupa. We described the presence of two figures similar to
sighted humans through a window. In detail: the same photo, 1978, without mount.

Colonel Philip J. Corso describes weapons incorporating alien technology, including advanced particle beam weapons. Among the early weapons systems developed for his purpose were 'Saint' and 'Blue Gemini', which were 'outgrowths of USAF 7795, a code number for he USAF's first satellite program [which was] designed to locate, track, and destroy enemy surveillance satellites or, more importantly, orbiting UFOs...Both of these weapons, under the cover of other missions, of course, were eventually deployed, and today they form one of the lines of defense in an antimissile and anti-UFO surveillance system. (13 P.424)

See: Beams, Reverse Engineering

Non-Terrestrial Appearance

- Protective Helmet, Faceplate, Suit

 
1954. Maruis Dewilde.
 
1971. P. Aliranta and E J Sneck.
 


1983. Alfred Burtoo.

 
Beam of light shot out from a 5 x 15cm rectangular chamber, covered with a non-reflective surface, on the top of the "leader's" helmet. Drawing: © Lech Chacinski.

See: ET Data