ufo117 April 1952, Flying saucers again hot topic.

"Life" writes about "intelligence of extraterrestrial origin" The American weekly "Life" publishes in its edition of 7 April a surprising article, in which the existence of "flying saucers" is taken as a fact and in which the probability is expressed by their appearance must be attributed to a "Great Intelligence" of extraterrestrial origin. "Life" agrees with publishers such as Frank Scully and Donald Keyhoe who had previously reached this topic.

Discoveries of kites It is not only by publishing Life that the "flying saucers", after being out of the news for some time, again demand attention. In recent months, various unexplained observations have been made by military pilots and others over the United States, according to De Telegraaf. For example, Friday reported two American military pilots in Benson (Arizona) that they had observed an immense, shining oval object for an hour, which was estimated to be five or six times the size of a superfort, and that at an estimated 17,000 altitude. meters in the atmosphere. More gains more In expert circles, the conviction that a large percentage of the observations is based on mistakes or on more or less normal physical phenomena, but that there is a large number of cases, of which no conclusive explanation can be given. In this connection it has attracted the attention that the leadership of the American air has recently instructed all military pilots to pay close attention and to report on unknown phenomena. According to "Life" it is even true that military pilots have been ordered to intercept the mysterious objects as much as possible.This message could confirm the claim already made by other writers that the American military authorities, in spite of many "dementias, the flying saucers have taken seriously from the outset, even the last time in this connection the assumption has been made that the new,

Onverklaarbaar Somewhere in space there may be beings who know more about it, according to the magazine. i.Eriented scholars have seen these objects and attached them to them. The illustration illustrates the accompanying photograph, which was made at Lubbock in Texas on 31 August 1951, to illustrate his argument. "Life" comes to the following summary:

• 1. Discs, cylinders and similar objects of geometric shape, which give light, have been in the Earth's atmosphere for several years:

• 2. Bulbs of green light of a brightness greater than those of the full moon have repeatedly flown through the atmosphere.

• 3. These objects can not be explained by natural science as natural phenomena, but only niche man-made, manufactured and put into operation a greater intelligence.

• 4. No power source, existing or designed on earth, is capable of making these things.

So far, "Life." The US Air Force has since admitted that all "flying saucer reports" are being investigated but that this is taking place within the normal framework of the existing measures, which must guarantee the military security of the country. For the rest, the Air Force's leadership reassures the public with the announcement that there is no reason to assume that the phenomena observed in the air, usually described as "flying saucers" are caused by a foreign power, or that they are clearly and immediately endanger the United States and their citizens "

Original text plus Dutch clipping:

"Life" writes about "intelligence of extraterrestrial origin" The American weekly "Life" publishes in its edition of 7 April a surprising article, in which the existence of "flying saucers" is taken as a fact and in which the probability is expressed by their appearance must be attributed to a "Great Intelligence" of extraterrestrial origin. • "Life" agrees with publishers such as Frank Scully and Donald Keyhoe who had previously reached this conclusion.

Discoveries of kites It is not only by publishing Life that the "flying saucers", after being out of the news for some time, again demand attention. In recent months, various unexplained observations have been made by military pilots and others over the United States, according to De Telegraaf. For example, Friday reported two American military pilots in Benson (Arizona) that they had observed an immense, shining oval object for an hour, which was estimated to be five or six times the size of a superfort, and that at an estimated 17,000 altitude. meters in the atmosphere. More one wins In the expert circles the conviction field, that although a large percentage of the observations are based on errors or on more or less normal physical phenomena, there is a large number of cases in excess, of which no adequate explanation can be given. In this connection it has attracted the attention that the leadership of the American air has recently instructed all military pilots to pay close attention and to report on unknown phenomena. According to "Life" it is even true that military pilots have been ordered to intercept the mysterious objects as much as possible.This message could confirm the claim already made by other writers that the American military authorities, in spite of many "dementias, the flying saucers have taken seriously seriously from the start. Even in recent years the assumption has been made in this connection that the new missile-equipped American jet fighters "Scorpio" has also been designed with a view to more effective control of the mysterious objects.

Somewhere in space there may be beings who know more about it, according to the magazine. i.Eriented scholars have seen these objects and attached them to them. The illustration illustrates the accompanying photograph, which was made at Lubbock in Texas on 31 August 1951, to illustrate his argument. "Life" comes to the following summary:

• 1. Discs, cylinders and similar objects of geometric shape, which give light, have been in the Earth's atmosphere for several years:

• 2. Bulbs of green light of a brightness greater than those of the full moon have repeatedly flown through the atmosphere.

• 3. These objects can not be explained by natural science as natural phenomena, but only niche man-made, manufactured and put into operation a greater intelligence.

• 4. No power source, existing or designed on earth, is capable of making these things.

So far, "Life." The US Air Force has since admitted that all "flying saucer reports" are being investigated but that this is taking place within the normal framework of the existing measures, which must guarantee the military security of the country. For the rest, the Air Force's leadership reassures the public with the announcement that there is no reason to assume that the phenomena observed in the air, usually described as "flying saucers" are caused by a foreign power, or that they are clearly and immediately endanger the United States and their citizens "

Source: Free Press , 17 Apr. 1952.

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